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 […]