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Keith James in concert   The Songs of Leonard Cohen   These remarkable songs – stripped back, desolate, naked and sensual             Enigmatic, mysterious and sub textural, songwriter Leonard Cohen was an unflinching character, with an exact sense of prose, wry humour and courage to wrestle with the unspoken, forgiving human frailty with the stroke of each line.   […]

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A bundle of Shakespeare – one ticket for two shows on the same evening Richard III Pushing the boundaries of Shakespearean performance, Brite Theater have re-imagined  Richard III as a bold and engaging one-woman show. The fourth wall has been utterly obliterated, as the audience take on the roles of all the other characters at […]

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THE MUSIC OF GEORGE HARRISON – A CONCERT BY THE ALL THINGS MUST PASS ORCHESTRA It is exactly 50 years since the release of George Harrison’s masterpiece, the triple album “All Things Must Pass”. To celebrate this special anniversary, the Brighton-based All Things Must Pass Orchestra has assembled a programme with a special focus on […]

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Jazz at the Kenton Theatre is back!  Max Wright Trio featuring Jason Rebello and Yuri Goloubev This trio led by emerging drummer Max Wright features two internationally renowned musicians. On piano, Jason Rebello, one of the UK’s finest musicians who has performed with the likes of Sting, Wayne Shorter and Branford Marsalis, and whose latest […]

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Chevalier Ballet presents Beatles Ballet Come join us for a special evening of dance choreographed to some of the Beatles greatest hits including Something, Yesterday and Penny Lane to name a few.  Choreographer Sara Knight (Royal Ballet School Graduate) and Artistic Director of New York’s innovative ‘Chevalier Ballet Company’ has teamed up with Jonathan Newell […]

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The History of Soul   The History of Soul is a celebration of Soul music through the decades. A night transporting you through the greatest eras of Soul. Featuring such artists as Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, James Brown, Sam Cooke, Ray Charles and The Temptations and many more.  Rediscover the songs that shaped the music industry […]

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Rolling Clones “Keith Richards cannot be killed by conventional weapons” – Del Preston, Wayne’s World 2.  We’re choosing to believe this is true. How else could you explain the fact that despite fifty years of death, drugs, destruction and falling out of coconut trees, the greatest show on earth is still on the road?   While […]

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CHAPLIN: Birth of a Tramp    Written and Directed by Ross McGregor Produced by Christopher Tester “What a sad business, being funny” – “Limelight” (1952)   For over 100 years, Charlie Chaplin has been the world’s best-loved clown. His brilliant comic creation of “The Little Tramp” is the first and most recognisable cinematic icon in […]

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THE HISTORY OF ROCK …is a celebration of ROCK music through the decades. A jaw dropping night transporting you through the golden ages of ROCK! Featuring the music of artists such as Led Zeppelin, Cream, Guns n Roses, AC/DC, Queen and many more.   Rediscover the seeds of ROCK & ROLL in the 1950s, the birth […]

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COUNTERFEIT BEATLES Now in their 20th year with tours to India, Thailand and Europe under their belts; It isn’t surprising that the Counterfeit Beatles performed at two of the highest profile performances ever undertaken by any Beatles tribute. Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival – headlining with Coldplay, Steve Winwood, Primal Scream and Bjork – performing to a crowd […]

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