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Cinebra at Brighton Fringe

Posted by Ultimate Planet on 21 May 2017

Guiding us through the show are lovable characters Megan and Sophie, two seventeen year old girls who LOVE horror films. But the cabaret-cum-theatre show is less about their relationship to the films, and more about the relationship between the pair.

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Deep in the Heart of Me at Brighton Fringe

Posted by Ultimate Planet on 07 May 2017

Deep in the Heart of Me is produced by Behind the Lines theatre company. It is showing in Brighton as part of Brighton Fringe 2017 at Sweet Venues (inside Jury's Inn on the seafront) on 7, 14, 21, 28 May at 13:00.

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Eglantyne at Brighton Fringe

Posted by Ultimate Planet on 07 May 2017

Eglantyne is written and performed by Anne Chamberlain. It is showing in Brighton as part of Brighton Fringe 2017 at Sweet Venues (inside Jury's Inn on the seafront) on 5-11 May at 16:00.

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Nicole Henriksen: Techno Glitter Penguins at Brighton Fringe

Posted by Ultimate Planet on 07 May 2017

Nicole Henriksen: Techno Glitter Penguins is the latest stand-up performance from comedian Nicole Hendriksen. It is showing in Brighton as part of Brighton Fringe 2017 at The Marlborough on 6 May at 19:30 and 12 May 22:15.

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Super Cally Fragile Lipstick at Brighton Fringe

Posted by Ultimate Planet on 07 May 2017

Super Cally Fragile Lipstick is the latest stand-up performance from comedian Cally Beaton. It is showing in Brighton as part of Brighton Fringe at The Blue Man Cafe on 6 May, 27 May and 3 June at 15:00. 

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Milk Presents... Joan

Posted by Ultimate Planet on 12 April 2017

What happens when you combine a historical plot of sieges between France and England with a talented actor and drag king... this is in no way a drag to your evening.

Joan plays with history, gender, comedy and song and produces a wide range of emotions from comedy to despair and everything in between.

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The Elephant Girls

Posted by Ultimate Planet on 07 April 2017

The Elephant Girls takes you back to London since forgotten. This one woman play is both entertaining, and gives onsite to the world of London gangs post World War 1 London.

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Review of The Lezzwardians - Murder at Lezzton Abbey

Posted by Maz Ogden on 04 April 2017

Think Murder mystery, lesbians in Victorian times, maids, mistresses, and bondage and a fantastic comedy; The Lezwood players did not disappoint.

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Her Aching Heart is a huge success

Posted by Ultimate Planet on 06 December 2016

Her Aching Heart is the best lesbian-themed play I have seen in the last 5 years!

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Princess the Show hits every note!

Posted by Ultimate Planet on 22 November 2016

Princess the Show is an energetic, musical performance that takes you on a real journey through modern fairytale Disney and feminism. It has an amazing 80s soundtrack and was full on from start to finish - the actors really had some stamina!

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New lesbian theatre with Her Aching Heart

Posted by Ultimate Planet on 15 November 2016

The Hope Theatre Will Revive Bryony Lavery’s Hilarious Mills and Boon Pastiche 'HER ACHING HEART' feat. Original Music in a 25th Anniversary in-House Production.

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Who wants to be a princess?

Posted by Ultimate Planet on 13 November 2016

The Princess Show is a show of acceptance, accepting yourself, and loving who you are without needing the approval of others, something that really rings true with me not just in my personal life as a lesbian woman, but in my professional career. 

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Wanting more from the eminent Rose Collis

Posted by Ultimate Planet on 20 September 2016

Exquisite, moving and historical - the latest one woman play from Rose Collis does not disappoint 

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New Theatre: Wanting the Moon by Rose Collis

Posted by Ultimate Planet on 08 September 2016

After four sell-out previews in Brighton, Arundel and Hove earlier this year, Rose Collis is taking her new one-woman play Wanting the Moon to the award-winning London venue Bread & Roses for six performances in September.

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Victorian and Gay - Theatre Review

Posted by Sarah Lavender on 20 December 2015

Victorian and gay, an Another Soup production brings good natured Christmas cheer to whatever times one could be living this holiday season.

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