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Two of the UK's most innovative theatre companies, Gecko and Mind the Gap, have announced a co-production called A Little Space, which will visit The Old Market in Brighton, this December.

This summer Theatre Royal Brighton will welcome attendees to the Age of Aquarius. It's 1967 and Hair's hippie 'tribe' youngsters in the East Village of New York are yearning to change the world, questioning authority and the American flag. 
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Mathew Prichard was given The Mousetrap for his ninth birthday. The giver of the unique gift (and one that will last a lifetime and beyond) was Prichard's grandmother, known to the world as Agatha Christie.

In Emily Brontë's classic novel, romance and passion are accompanied by revenge, ghosts and death — it is definitely not just a love story between Cathy and Heathcliff.

To emphasise just how much they are into his new show, Rich Hall's Hoedown, the American comedian's many fans are turning up at venues dressed in a full cowboy hat and cowboy boot ensemble. 

On behalf of The Brighton Magazine, Billie Eliot Turner was at the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, in Brighton, to witness BERLIN's True Copy, a documentary theatre work that dissects the meaning of authenticity within a world in which value is based on the ego. 
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Mark Moraghan, along with Irish actress and singer Lucy O'Byrne, has joined the cast of the quirky off-Broadway hit musical Little Miss Sunshine, which, as part of its UK tour, will visit Theatre Royal Brighton, next month.

Reviewer Gary Cook took in the world-renowned comedy/clowning quartet Spymonkey's appearance at Brighton Festival, which was mysteriously transposed a few miles west, to a packed house at Worthing Pavilion Theatre.
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The Brighton Magazine's Brighton Festival reviewer Simon Turner was lucky enough to capture a one-off performance of TrapTown, at Brighton Dome Concert Hall, last night (21/05/19).

As Brighton Festival 2019 entered its second (and middle) week, reviewer Simon Turner attended the opening performance of Superhoe, at the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts.
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“If we can't imagine a positive future, how on earth could we possibly create one?” - Lucy Neal.

This month's, Brighton Festival, the largest annual, curated multi-arts festival in England, announces a new partnership with Worthing Theatres. This move sees three events brought to Pavilion Theatre.

Imagine what life would be like in Brighton following a nuclear attack on the UK? The chaos, the anguish, the resilience ..

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