Fatal Attraction | Theatre Royal Brighton | Review

Fatal Attraction Theatre Royal Brighton 18-22 January 2022 by James DeardenDirected by Loveday Ingram Based on the Paramount Pictures Corporation picture Every so often a film, a book, or a song becomes the talk of the people: a must see, Read More …

Theatre South East’s 2021 Favourites

Considering for much of 2021 theatre’s have been dark, it is so glad to see them bouncing back and enjoying packed houses once again. Our reviewers have been very busy and have enjoyed getting back into the theatre and have Read More …

Everybody’s Talking about Jamie | Theatre Royal Brighton | Review

Everybody’s Talking about JamieTheatre Royal Brighton When I last saw Everybody’s talking about Jamie, I had had an horrendous day (one you still remember years later) and for once, I wasn’t in the mood for theatre! Jamie was well established Read More …

The Rocky Horror Show | Theatre Royal Brighton | Tour

The Rocky Horror ShowTheatre Royal Brighton Monday 29th November – Saturday 4th December 2021 “It’s astounding, time is fleeting, madness takes its toll.” Familiar words of an all-time party classic ‘The Time Warp’, guaranteed to get people onto the dance Read More …

Groan Ups | Mischief Theatre | Tour | Review

Groan Ups Theatre Royal BrightonMischief Theatre Mischief Theatre return to Brighton with their latest offering and this time nothing goes wrong. Groan Ups is an observational comedy which follows the progress of five children at three stages of their development, Read More …

The Cat and the Canary | Tour | Review

The Cat and the CanaryTheatre Royal, Brighton 1st – 6th November 2021 Directed by Roy Marsden Who is the Cat? Even though a caged canary may be safe from the cat’s claws, how does it know that? Can a canary Read More …

Heathers the Musical | Tour | Review

Heathers the Musical

Heathers the MusicalTheatre Royal Brighton October 2021 Having never seen the 1989 film of Heathers and very little knowledge of the musical my pre-show research taught me it was a high-energy black comedy which opens conversations about dark issues, including bullying, Read More …

Looking Good Dead | Theatre Royal Brighton | Review

Looking Good DeadTheatre Royal Brighton 11-16 October 2021 The Brighton born, best selling author Peter James, has another of the Roy Grace books adapted for stage, with Looking Good Dead, playing at The Theatre Royal Brighton this week. If the Read More …