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Credit: Mark Senior

Ahead of the award-winning comedy The 39 Steps coming to Theatre Royal Brighton, later this month, Patrick Barlow (Adapted) and Edward Snape (Produced) took time out to give us an insight into the production.
Credit Karla Gowlett

BAFTA-nominated comedian Rachel Parris is best known for both her viral satirical segments on The Mash Report and Late Night Mash (over 100 million views), and as one of the founding cast members of the award-winning improv group Austentatious, who regularly perform to sold out crowds in London's West End.
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Theatre Royal Brighton's CollyFest, a month long programme of free events running in the theatre foyer and Colonnade Bar on New Road until 14th July.

The Sweet Science of Bruising premiered at Southwark Playhouse in 2018, before transferring to Wilton's Music Hall, and is now entering the ring at Brighton's New Venture Theatre (NVT) this July.   
Credit Ellie Kurttz

WOW - Women of the World is coming to Brighton this autumn with a brand new live series, The WOW Show with Jude Kelly

After captivating audiences around the world, a new production of Nick Payne's award-winning play Constellations is set to take to the stage in Brighton.
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Brighton Festival has announced Anoushka Shankar as next year's Guest Director. The Festival will take place from 3-25 May and is a celebration of music, theatre, dance, art, film, literature, debate, outdoor and community events in venues and locations across Brighton, Hove and Sussex.
Credit: Matt Crockett

Star of TikTok Henry Rowley will arrive at The Old Market, in Hove, on Friday 15th November, displaying his knack for comedic timing and engaging storytelling.
Credit Steve Ullathorne

Malawian-born stand-up comedian Daliso Chaponda did his first solo show Feed This Black Man twenty years ago in Canada, the show saw him dissect the way Africans were always portrayed as starving, negative stereotypes that were all supported by charities.  
Credit Daniel Alka

First introduced in 1952, the programme book has established itself as a highly collectible item featuring beautifully illustrated, expert articles that celebrate and explore the operas on stage at Glyndebourne each summer. 

Brighton Dome launches a brand-new annual Comedy Festival this October. Bringing together new talent alongside established stars, a diverse line up will feature traditional stand up performances alongside improv, storytelling and art installations, plus events and workshops for participants of all ages.
Credit Matt Crockett

National Comedy Award and triple Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Amy Gledhill returns to this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe with a brand new show – Make Me Look Fit On The Poster. Following a strictly limited two week run Amy will embark on a UK tour, which brings her to The Old Market, in Hove, this October.

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