Punk, poetry and performance: Thinking Queer Review
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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Punk, poetry and performance: Thinking Queer Review

Louisa Streeting - November 16, 2017

How do you imagine the contemplations of the Bloomsbury Group in a modern cultural climate? The Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA) achieved exactly that, showcasing…

Simon Amstell: What is This? Preview
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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Simon Amstell: What is This? Preview

Georgia Grace - November 14, 2017

This weekend, critically-acclaimed comedian Simon Amstell will be visiting the Brighton Dome on his UK tour of stand-up show What is This?. Amstell rose to prominence on…

A Thousand Faces Preview
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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A Thousand Faces Preview

Ketan Jha - November 14, 2017

India’s tradition of dance-theatre is wrapped up in a contested historical narrative.  A masterful mix of storytelling and footwork — or recitation and gesture — Kathak weaves…

You Can’t Polish A Nerd Review
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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You Can’t Polish A Nerd Review

Georgia Grace - November 14, 2017

When I decided to feature Festival of the Spoken Nerd in The Badger, it was with plenty of confidence that the show would be a definite hit…

Komedia’s Bent Double Review
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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Komedia’s Bent Double Review

Alex Hutson - November 14, 2017

I went to see Komedia’s monthly gay-friendly stand-up comedy show Bent Double on the 5th November. The show runs every first Sunday of the month and consists…

The Kite Runner Preview
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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The Kite Runner Preview

Alison Collins - November 9, 2017

Khaled Hosseini’s The Kite Runner is a novel about change. It chronicles the progression of two inseparable friends, Amir and Hassan, and how their relationship is forever…

Thor Ragnarok: Review
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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Thor Ragnarok: Review

Michael Humphreys - November 8, 2017

It is fair to say that out of all the Marvel superheroes, Thor has not had the best run, commonly seen as having the worst solo outings.…

Mindhunter Review: A New Kind of Darkness
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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Mindhunter Review: A New Kind of Darkness

Veronica Heney - November 8, 2017

You might think, given the 13 whole seasons of Criminal Minds already in existence, that the last thing we need in 2017 is another serial-killer-drama. But Netflix…

Sexy Preview
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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Sexy Preview

Lucy Pegg - November 7, 2017

With Sexy, Vanessa Kisuule arrives at the Brighton Dome ready to ask some probing questions; what do you find sexy, are you sexy, and what does sexy…

A Number Review
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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A Number Review

Ricardo Reverón Blanco - November 7, 2017

Identity politics is a pertinent issue in today’s society, and A Number exposes the struggle of defining identity in a categorically saturated world. In a futuristic narrative…

BONER KILLER Review
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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BONER KILLER Review

Alex Hutson - November 7, 2017

On the 26th October I had the chance to go see Erin Markey’s BONER KILLER at The Marlborough. I wasn’t sure what to expect from a show…

Will audiences be the key to changing the mainstream film industry?
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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Will audiences be the key to changing the mainstream film industry?

Sophie Coppenhall - November 3, 2017

Content warning: sexual harassment To an extent, we are all complicit in maintaining the established power structures at the core of the Western film industry. Hollywood has…

Visual masterpiece and cult classic: a tribute to Drive
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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Visual masterpiece and cult classic: a tribute to Drive

Gabriel Ross - November 3, 2017

Usually after hearing nothing but positive reviews of a film, I watch it with a slight scepticism; scepticism that my reaction won’t match the high expectation set,…

Theatre: A Woman’s Place?
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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Theatre: A Woman’s Place?

Sonaili Vasta - November 3, 2017

The origins of theatre can be traced as far back as 532 BC during the classical Greek and Roman times. For most of that, it was men…

Thinking Queer: Bloomsbury Group Preview
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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Thinking Queer: Bloomsbury Group Preview

Louisa Streeting - November 2, 2017

The Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA) will be hosting a discussion centring around the influential intellectuals of the Bloomsbury Group on Friday 10 November. In partnership…

“Merging science experiments and gawky comedy” – You Can’t Polish A Nerd Preview
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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“Merging science experiments and gawky comedy” – You Can’t Polish A Nerd Preview

Georgia Grace - November 1, 2017

Comedy-science trio Festival of the Spoken Nerd are heading to The Old Market as part of their UK tour: You Can’t Polish A Nerd. Merging science experiments…

Séance Review
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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Séance Review

Ricardo Reverón Blanco - November 1, 2017

In darkness: twenty minutes, twenty participants, twenty headphones, and one container - Séance is an audio performance that will send chills down your spine. As a Halloween…

Dracula: The Bloody Truth Review
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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Dracula: The Bloody Truth Review

Florence Dutton - October 30, 2017

At Hove’s The Old Market, the stage was spectacularly set for a ghoulish night of horror (and light-hearted entertainment) for fast-approaching Halloween. Unfortunately, Le Navet Bet’s performance…

Bent Double Preview
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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Bent Double Preview

Alex Hutson - October 30, 2017

Sunday 5 November Komedia will be hosting monthly stand-up comedy night Bent Double. The show runs every first Sunday of the month and consists of 2 acts,…

“Vastly unique and sensational to watch” – Trump Depression Hotline Review
Arts, Film & Theatre
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Arts, Film & Theatre
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“Vastly unique and sensational to watch” – Trump Depression Hotline Review

Georgia Grace - October 29, 2017

“Stop! Stop shopping! Stop! Stop shopping!” So chants the procession of the neon-clad, New York-based gospel choir into the little theatre at The Marlborough. With vibrant dungarees,…