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Theatre Company Successfully Use Pleasefund.Us To Bring Their Production To Brighton Fringe

London based 8fold theatre company are presenting their new play, The Door, at this year's Brighton Fringe thanks to a successful campaign with online crowdfunding site PleaseFund.Us.

by: Mike Cobley
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After two years away the most popular ice show in the world, Holiday on Ice, is returning toThe Brighton Centre  for one week only with their 70th anniversary show Platinum, featuring Dancing on Ice All Stars winner, Ray Quinn.

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A new acting school backed by Dakota Blue Richards, the star of The Golden Compass film, that will give children and teenagers the training to work professionally in stage and screen, has been set up in Brighton. 

The Young Actors Group will run weekly two hour drama classes for children and tee... more >>

South East Dance has won funding to continue to lead innovative dance projects in Brighton's Circus Street over the next two years, helping to improve the emotional and physical wellbeing of people in one of the country’s most deprived wards. 

A wide-reaching programme of dance activity is already taking place in Circus Street Market, which once housed Brighton's old municipal ma... more >>

This Big Ass comedian – if we are going by the name of her hit sketch comedy show – is certainly talented. A successful stand-up and with a novel to boot, Katy Brand has somehow found the time to appear in Walking on Sunshine, this summer's hit rom-com sing-along. 

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Following the postponement of the planned last ever performance of Bryony Kimmings' Credible Likeable Superstar Role Model, new dates have been announced for 23 and 24 July at Brighton Dome. 

The 3 July show was cancelled when 11 year Taylor (who performs in the show) went down with the Norovirus just an hour before she was due ... more >>

Billed as a tantalising mix of Absolute Beginners and, A Clockwork Orange, The Modernists is a play set in 1962, where Mod band, The Now, are on the cusp of widespread popularity.

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Brighton based playwright Gail Louw is the winner of the 2014 NWS/ Brighton Fringe Best New Play award for her true life drama Duwayne, which played at The Old Market, Hove. 

Duwayne is based on the true story of Stephen Lawrence's friend Duwayne Brooks who was with Lawrence on the night he was murdered in a rac... more >>

The UK theatrical release of the micro-budget British feature Common People was set to be a special one-off screening at The Clapham Picturehouse, earlier this year. 

However, the film proved to be such a hit with audiences that it went on to play for nine weeks to packed houses, screening alongside Osca... more >>

Having been commissioned by Glastonbury Festival in 2011, it seemed only good and proper that our city's very own maverick annual shindig, Brighton Festival, should welcome Flown; a promised 'world of the unexpected!'

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Over 5,000 people have already visited Circus Street Market to see the William Forsythe installation Nowhere and Everywhere at the Same Time No.2 - including the American choreographer himself, who experienced the piece ahead of his own Brighton Festival event.

Throughout this month the derelict Circus Street Market site near Grand Parade plays host to the unique choreographic art instal... more >>

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