Brighton Year-Round 2019
The most original, potent and uplifting Christmas Carol I’ve ever seen
Adaptor Gary Andrews’ presence is also the chief reason to be uplifted
Can science give back the life that was lost?
A sovereign cast-bronze production.
Howard Blake playing his own compositions beyond The Snowman, made this treasurable
Anne Allen and Charles Matthews are superb, stylish recitalists
An absolutely first-class chamber recital in the middle of Brighton
A very silly and fun evening romping through Jane Austenesque drawing rooms
A truly exploratory programme, with not one standard in it.
It couldn’t be done any better and puts several touring shows to shame.
Magnificent. It alters the settled world of this music.
A gently melancholic concert, with moments to touch any soft-grained heart.
A characterful, assured debut.
Hannah Gadsby's hilarious new show, named after her dog!
A deeply satisfying recital.
A stunning play beautifully revived by one who knows it intimately.
Five-star already, a stunning Brighton and Hove debut
There’s a clean sharp fusion between these two writers that heralds something special.
A superb recital with unique material, played with distinctive authority.
You won’t see a better revival of this drama anywhere.
A professionally-realized NVT production, consummate and brooding
A masterly recital, sovereign technique.
We don’t know our luck.
Yet another superb Collins recital, impromptu.
Pretty unbeatable for summer jazz.
Wallin must return to play more Finnish music
Another quiet thrilling debut
Consummate and pretty well flawless. Unique and uniquely lively in their field.
An Unmissable Harrowing Halloween Treat
A heartfelt, truthful recital.
A terrific way to blow the summer haze
Another sovereign afternoon from the most innovative regional new music group in the UK.
Immensely satisfying in this repertoire.
A consummate exploration of music we need to know.
The three lead actors, divas and a superb cast give this production its beating pink heart.
This premiere firmly establishes LLT as a superb try-out for new work
A fine musician back on evocative form
These sisters comprise two of a rising new generation.
A thunderous and revelatory recital.
Worth 110 minutes of any July evening.
An auspicious return of this pianist.
What better way to spend 105 minutes in the city?
Singers set a few benchmarks and piansit Kevin Allen in particular ferociously adventuring to fresh sonorities
It really is purrfect for summer
A dark, cruel and seductive yet strangely beautiful show
There won’t be a better repointing of any Osborne work.
Consummate and wholly satisfying.
A first-class production. Crisply paced, beautifully detailed, this ensemble is flawless, the finest Bill Kenwright’s team have produced
Stunning. This consummate, flawless production is an event for BLT and Brighton
Jackanory for naughty Millennials.
Bold brave, and mostly beautiful work: a consummate double-bill.
A superb revival, and the best production of this popular play I’ve seen.
An assured showcase of shorts
A quietly magical production that knows its own truth and serves it hot.
The trials and tribulations of dating in the digital age.
There mightn’t be a finer adaptation at BOAT this year.
Magnificently idiomatic playing.
A truly distinguished recital
The Zoffanys are sovereign performers, and this stands with the best chamber concerts I’ve heard at this venue.