Brighton: A Film Fan’s Guide

Words by Yazz James Cinemas  Aside from the central, Przym-neighbouring Odeon or the Marina’s Cineworld, Brighton is home to many…

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Badgers Centre Stage

As I sit and reminisce about all the joy being theatre editor has brought me this year I stumble across…

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A poorly-written review

The poorly written play festival written by Carolyn Gage performed over the last weekend was a true demonstration of comedic…

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A Parliamentary Production

Last week I attended the Politic Society’s quiz night in Falmer Bar, which led to me being coerced by a…

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Giselle: A review

Dada Masilo’s Giselle presents the fourth reinterpretation of a ballet classic by the female choreographer, following her reimagining of Romeo…

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Mayday Mayday: Improv inbound

Komedia recently hosted The Maydays ‘Tonight’s Top Story’ featuring Gramski and Jenny Moloney, drawing from the day’s local newspaper and…

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Haunted Houses

When we think of drama and theatre the orthodox image that comes to our minds is a stage with people…

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