Interview: Comedian Chris McCausland On Being Blind, A Husband, A Dad & The Future Ahead Of Show @ Komedia Brighton
He's blind. He's a dad. He's a husband. That's just the half of it. Multi-award-winning comedian Chris McCausland
tells all ahead of bringing his show, Speaky Blinder
, to Brighton as part of his debut national tour.
Maximum Rock 'N' Roll: The Singles: Primal Scream Celebrate Almost Forty Years Of Seven Inch Singles
Over the past three and a half decades, Primal Scream
have embraced everything
from psychedelic pop to degenerate rock'n'roll; euphoric rave to industrial gloom.
Learn To Play Day: Free Event To Encourage Everyone To Start Making Music Comes To Sussex
Supported by Jools Holland, and run by charity Music for All
, the 2019 Learn to Play Day
will take place this coming weekend and will see music shops, teachers, venues and schools throughout the county partner with leading musical instrument makers to offer thousands of free music lessons.
First Ever Brighton Comedy Garden Plants Its Roots In Preston Park Brighton
The first ever Brighton Comedy Garden
plants its roots this June with five nights of stand-up comedy presented in a boutique festival
at Preston Park.
Brighton Writer Weaves Politics Old & New To Create A Tale Of An Investigative Journalist's War Against The Far Right
Brighton writer Tom Johnstone
launched his new book The Monsters are Due in Madison Square Garden
earlier this week at quirky city eaterie, Bom Banes, in Kemptown.
Interview: Award-Winning Author David Baddiel On Writing AniMalcolm & Bringing It To Theatre Royal Brighton Stage
To many, David Baddiel
is known for his award-winning work as a comedian and presenter;
including Newman and Baddiel, Fantasy Football, Baddiel & Skinner Unplanned and his platinum number one single Three Lions.
Interview: Reginald D Hunter Talks A Love Of Comedy & How The Right Wing Has Triumphed In The US
For Reginald D Hunter,
nothing beats the buzz of stand-up. The American comedian says that: “It's the only time of day that everyone I'm talking to is smiling. It's the only time of day that people are very happy to see me – I can't even count on that from my own family!”
Interview: A Servants Of Science Tinkler Talks To Moody Blue Stalwart John Lodge About Music, Friendship & A Love Of Brighton
Moody Blue John Lodge
, talks to Servants of Science
founder, Stuart Avis, about a half-century career in music and his love for Brighton;
ahead of an intimate and unique concert on the outskirts of the city, next month.