Members of the Brighton branch of Equity will be rehearsing at West Hill Hall for another presentation of their play, A Midsummer Night’s Madness, at the Unitarian Church, New Road on 21, 22 and 23 April.
On 22 June the Marlborough Theatre was packed on-stage with Brighton Branch Equity members and off-stage with a full house. Carole Bremson had miraculously condensed Shakespeare’s forest scenes, offering a pine-fresh perspective on transformation, displacement, temporary loss of inhibitions in five plays and several sonnets. The sylvan inter-cutting, […]
Lee Town of Brighton & Sussex Equity branch arranged a wonderful evening at the Shakespeare’s Head pub in Spring Street to celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday. We were welcomed by a jovial landlord to an upstairs room, where Lee had thoughtfully laid on waitress service so the evening went with […]
The Whistler looks at the case of Burmese comic Zarganar which demonstrates the dangers faced by performers across the world The King’s Theatre, Glasgow has a reputation daunting to comedians but while performers might get the bird there, they don’t have to do bird. In a nation ruled […]