Frank Wedekind’s controversial 1891 play Spring Awakening – which follows a group of young German teens who struggle through their newly discovered sexual feelings without any guidance from their parents, which proves to be fatal for some characters – was subject to censorship for practically a century. It was being banned from being performed in Germany until […]
Calling Brighton ears! As fundraising for our next performance we are putting on a tournament at The Globe. All are welcome. Disclaimer: we are not all winners, there can only be one. The rest are losers, sorry. May the odds be ever in your favor.
It had been decades since a carnival came to town, all steam, canvas and elephant urine. Only Mrs. Donley remembered the last time, over 80 years ago. I wasn’t sure if I should laugh or cry as I entered the ragged tent. Dirty costumes covered skeleton-thin actors. The tricks and and jokes were ancient and […]
In a world fascinated by the unicorn designer that is a coding savant, I want to call on designers to pay closer attention to something else: words.
With The Litterati opening in just over a week, we can’t wait to show it to you. Here’s a little round up of the people taking to the stage to tell you this new story – our cast. You can get tickets right here!
Originally posted on BlondeWriteMore: ? Have you ever experienced that heart stopping moment when you realise you have a whiny character? Have you created a character who repeatedly complains at length (be it internally or externally) about the problems facing them, and does nothing significant to address their problems? For the record, I would rather tackle…
by Winnie M Li In the wake of Moonlight’s Oscar triumph, what role do LGBT film festivals continue to play? This question lingered over the latest edition of BFI Flare, which ran 16-26 March at the British Film Institute (BFI) in London. In 2017, are LGBT stories finally moving out of the margins and into the […]
Radiohead’s OK Computer is 20 years old this year, and Anwen Crawford pens a lovely review-slash-analysis-slash-ode to this enduring album.
Aaaaaand we’re live (kind of), bare with us whilst we noodle your brains with our fantastic powers of mystical standards. We are available for functions across Brighton and are always up to scratch a back or two as long as similar sauna-like treatments are returned! In the meantime, in this hazy period of committee handovers and initial preparations for the Camden Fringe, here are a few candids from our x-rated Anti-Panto, Cinderella. Poster credits: Jessica-Jane Carr, Photo Credits: Charlie Goodall