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May 2014

Thursday, May 1st, 2014

Rotifer

+ Papernut Cambridge

+ Five Thieves

Rotifer – “Rotifer is not the only contemporary songwriter writing intelligently about post-recession era Britain but he is one of the few. His songs are by turns both bracing and inspiring.” – Penny Black Music

Papernut Cambridge – “Supposed to be tidying the shed but the Papernut Cambridge album has put a stop to that. Very good record.”
Gideon Coe, BBC 6Music. Ralegh Long – “melodic, sweeping songs”

Plus local special guests Five Thieves

Doors 8.00 Show 8.30 Price £5 /£6door

www.wegottickets.com/event/264876

Friday, May 2nd, 2014

Private Party

We love to throw a party. If you are looking for a venue to hold your birthday, civil partnership, wedding or anniversary party or you just feel like letting your hair down and dancing with your friends and family ’til the early hours, call 01273 687171 or email us at bookings@thelatest.co.uk.

Check out comments from satisfied party customers under ‘Hire Venue’ above.

Saturday, May 3rd, 2014

Amy in the Winehouse

A Friday night with some serious balls, Amy classics delivered in a way that only Laura knows how.

Expect adult humour, foul language, shots, wine, a short black dress and a whole bunch of Amy classics.

“The dialogue is razor-sharp, she loves her audience and layers her song introductions with witty observations. It can’t be emphasised enough her singing voice is incredible.”

Doors 7.30 Price £8

Fringe

Nights at the Music Hall

Set in a fantastical Brighton ‘Nights at The Music Hall’ invites the audience to the final performance of a once thriving theatre. Incorporating traditional Music Hall songs and original material we watch the show unravel, realising the dramatic effect the going’s on outside the walls have had on life inside. As the first show produced by Brightonian Charlotte Dearing, ‘Nights at The Music Hall’ draws on political and global events affecting the City to fuel the satire Music Hall is famed for.

Doors 11.00 Price £11 (£9) conc

Sunday, May 4th, 2014

Fringe

Tribal Remix Hafla

+ Chaos Carousel

As part of the Tribal Remix festival, this student hafla will showcase some up and coming talent from all over Europe. Tribal Fusion is a revolutionary dance style where Middle Eastern dance is creatively fused with other dance styles, such as flamenco, street dance, contemporary, Indian dance,… People that book for this show are also invited to come to the Chaos Carousel after party, that starts at 9.30pm.

Chaos Carousel – Blending music of Eastern Europe and the Balkans with mesmerising Tribal Fusion belly dance, Chaos Carousel takes us on a journey that not only crosses continents but takes us deep into ourselves. Skilfully weaving elements of Klezmer, Fasil and Demotika into new repertoire and using rhythms and grooves both reminiscent of the shtetl and the souk, the 4 players weave a frenetic and alluring evening of hypnotic and intoxicating live music and belly dance.

Doors 7.30 Show 8.00 Second Doors 9.30 Second Show 9.45 Price £11/ £7 (Second Show Only)

Tickets here – www.tribalremix.co.uk

Café Bar

The Big Bite-Size LATE Breakfast

Join us for a unique theatre experience! The chance to meet and share breakfast with other lovers of theatre over a Late Breakfast of award-winning new plays. Collections of 10-min plays, hand-picked & lovingly prepared. Latest Festival Award Winner for ‘Best Theatre Performance 2013′. BBC Picks of the Fringe, Angel Award, Shortlist for Carol Tambor ‘Best of Edinburgh’ & Three Weeks Editor’s Award. Press acclaimed 5* from WhatsonStage, Latest Mag, Fringe Review. “Without fail funny & moving” (The Guardian) 2 Play Menus available. Menu 1: 4 & 18 May, Menu 2: 11 & 25 May. Gala Performance on 1 Jun. £10 for Plays, New Friends, Croissants, Coffee & Strawberries!

Shows 11.00-12.00 & 12.30-1.30 Price £10 per show

www.wegottickets.com/f/7439

Monday, May 5th, 2014

Fringe

Drfitwood Productions and The Foundry Group present

Mitchell & Nixon’s

‘The Opinion Makers’

When world-famous cure-all ‘Dr. Campbell’s Lotion’ gets a rebrand, all hell breaks loose. And the chaos and corruption go right to the top. This swinging 60’s comedy musical, by Multi-Award-Winning writers Mitchell and Nixon (‘Big Daddy Vs. Giant Haystacks’ and ‘Those Magnificent Men’), comes to Brighton Fringe in a zinging new production starring Maydays and Treason Show stalwart Heather Urquhart (‘Best Female Performer’ – Brighton Festival Awards 2013) and ‘Count Arthur Strong’s Radio Show’ regular David Mounfield.’Great songs and very funny lines…Leaves the audience physically crying with laughter’ – Colchester Gazette. ‘Sublime heights of ridiculousness’. – Public Reviews

Doors 8.00 Price £10/£8 – brightonfringe.com

Audience comments - www.foundrygroup.co.uk/?attachment_id=1840

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014

Action for Happiness

 

Action for Happiness is a movement for positive social change. We’re bringing together people from all walks of life who want to play a part in creating a happier society for everyone. For fifty years we’ve aimed relentlessly at higher incomes. But despite being much wealthier, we’re no happier than we were five decades ago. At the same time we’ve seen an increase in wider social issues, including a worrying rise in anxiety and depression in young people. It’s time for a positive change in what we mean by progress.

Doors 7.30 Show 8.00 Price Free

Cabaret Bar

Fringe

Drfitwood Productions and The Foundry Group present

Mitchell & Nixon’s

‘The Opinion Makers’

When world-famous cure-all ‘Dr. Campbell’s Lotion’ gets a rebrand, all hell breaks loose. And the chaos and corruption go right to the top. This swinging 60’s comedy musical, by Multi-Award-Winning writers Mitchell and Nixon (‘Big Daddy Vs. Giant Haystacks’ and ‘Those Magnificent Men’), comes to Brighton Fringe in a zinging new production starring Maydays and Treason Show stalwart Heather Urquhart (‘Best Female Performer’ – Brighton Festival Awards 2013) and ‘Count Arthur Strong’s Radio Show’ regular David Mounfield.’Great songs and very funny lines…Leaves the audience physically crying with laughter’ – Colchester Gazette. ‘Sublime heights of ridiculousness’. – Public Reviews

Doors 8.00 Price £10/£8 – brightonfringe.com

Audience comments - www.foundrygroup.co.uk/?attachment_id=1840

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

Tango Boot Camp

Argentine Tango with TangoBootCamp ( www.tangobootcamp.co.uk ). Come and learn the world’s most passionate dance. Authentic but fun classes and friendly social dancing. Total Beginners can start any night, no need for a partner. After the classes we run a social dance (milonga) where we play traditional and modern tango music.

Details:

Time: 20.00-23.30 (end time dependent on numbers remaining)

Price: £8.00 whole night (1 or 2 classes + social dancing) /£5.00 students or concessions

OR £3.50 social dancing only (after 21.45) /£3.00 students or concessions

Alternative Great Escape

 

Thursday, May 8th, 2014

Alternative Great Escape

 

Friday, May 9th, 2014

Alternative Great Escape

 

Saturday, May 10th, 2014

Alternative Great Escape

 

Sunday, May 11th, 2014

Fringe

Drfitwood Productions and The Foundry Group present

Mitchell & Nixon’s

‘The Opinion Makers’

When world-famous cure-all ‘Dr. Campbell’s Lotion’ gets a rebrand, all hell breaks loose. And the chaos and corruption go right to the top. This swinging 60’s comedy musical, by Multi-Award-Winning writers Mitchell and Nixon (‘Big Daddy Vs. Giant Haystacks’ and ‘Those Magnificent Men’), comes to Brighton Fringe in a zinging new production starring Maydays and Treason Show stalwart Heather Urquhart (‘Best Female Performer’ – Brighton Festival Awards 2013) and ‘Count Arthur Strong’s Radio Show’ regular David Mounfield.’Great songs and very funny lines…Leaves the audience physically crying with laughter’ – Colchester Gazette. ‘Sublime heights of ridiculousness’. – Public Reviews

Doors 8.00 Price £10/£8 – brightonfringe.com

Audience comments - www.foundrygroup.co.uk/?attachment_id=1840

Café Bar

The Big Bite-Size LATE Breakfast

Join us for a unique theatre experience! The chance to meet and share breakfast with other lovers of theatre over a Late Breakfast of award-winning new plays. Collections of 10-min plays, hand-picked & lovingly prepared. Latest Festival Award Winner for ‘Best Theatre Performance 2013′. BBC Picks of the Fringe, Angel Award, Shortlist for Carol Tambor ‘Best of Edinburgh’ & Three Weeks Editor’s Award. Press acclaimed 5* from WhatsonStage, Latest Mag, Fringe Review. “Without fail funny & moving” (The Guardian) 2 Play Menus available. Menu 1: 4 & 18 May, Menu 2: 11 & 25 May. Gala Performance on 1 Jun. £10 for Plays, New Friends, Croissants, Coffee & Strawberries!

Shows 11.00-12.00 & 12.30-1.30 Price £10 per show

www.wegottickets.com/f/7436

Monday, May 12th, 2014

Fringe

Blowfish Presents

Quartet

Doors 9.00 Price £9/ £7 Cons

Cabaret Bar

Fringe

Twins

 

Twins is a play about a pair of Twins born two weeks apart. In a very humorous way you see how love deepens between them. Twins also shows the development of multiculturalism in our society

Doors 7.00 Price £9/ £7.50 conc

Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

Fringe

Blowfish Presents

Quartet

Doors 9.00 Price £9/ £7 Cons

Cafe Bar

Have A Word

LGBTQI Arts Performance Spoken Word & Music events.

Supporting The Sussex Beacon

Doors 7.00 Show 7.45 Price £6

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014

Tango Boot Camp

Argentine Tango with TangoBootCamp ( www.tangobootcamp.co.uk ). Come and learn the world’s most passionate dance. Authentic but fun classes and friendly social dancing. Total Beginners can start any night, no need for a partner. After the classes we run a social dance (milonga) where we play traditional and modern tango music.

Details:

Time: 20.00-23.30 (end time dependent on numbers remaining)

Price: £8.00 whole night (1 or 2 classes + social dancing) /£5.00 students or concessions

OR £3.50 social dancing only (after 21.45) /£3.00 students or concessions

Cabaret Bar

Hush Hush presents:

Hush hush goes under the surface of the latest music on the last tuesday of every month. Promising to deliver you a range of bands all different to each other. One of our favourite and most intimate venues in brighton. We throw the chairs and tables away, get the floor cleared, Crank the sound up, and the rest of the world disappears for a few hours, Under the surface.

Doors 7.30 Price £4

Thursday, May 15th, 2014

Fringe

Nights at the Music Hall

Set in a fantastical Brighton ‘Nights at The Music Hall’ invites the audience to the final performance of a once thriving theatre. Incorporating traditional Music Hall songs and original material we watch the show unravel, realising the dramatic effect the going’s on outside the walls have had on life inside. As the first show produced by Brightonian Charlotte Dearing, ‘Nights at The Music Hall’ draws on political and global events affecting the City to fuel the satire Music Hall is famed for.

Doors 10.00 Price £11 (£9) conc

Saturday, May 17th, 2014

Fringe

Jim Walker Productions Presents

Normal Heights

Masculinity exposed in a musical exploration of sexuality and the cost of silence. Straight from the Western U.S., Jim Walker’s one man show is an original tour de force of satire, cabaret and theatrical storytelling which American audiences hailed as “hilarious and moving”, “knee-slappingly funny,” and “deep entertainment…such an important piece of theatre.”

Based on the journals of Edward Walker, a gay man forcibly outed in 1950’s San Diego, Jim Walker & Gary Grundei’s original songs deploy “razor-sharp lyrics” (Andrea Moore) to explore coming of age (and coming to terms) in the land of don’t ask-don’t tell. California suburbs awash in pool play, foreplay, playboys & word play. Shower scenes! Outings in the park! Sit back and enjoy – the elephant is in the room.

Doors 7.00 Price £7/ £8/ £10 door

Cafe Bar

Tallahassee Five

Saturday 17 May is a big night for the Tallahassee Five. While drummer Barry Wright and guitarists Chris Godfrey and John McMillan, bassist Tony Willcox and vocalist Melony Rocque-Hewitt have played and sung in several other bands over the years, this Saturday in May marks the band’s musical debut. Lovers of Americana, Tallahassee Five reprises some of the best contemporary country tunes ever written in a rhythmic, ambient style that is sure to chill and thrill!

Doors 9.30 Price £5

Sunday, May 18th, 2014

Fringe

Jim Walker Productions Presents

Normal Heights

Masculinity exposed in a musical exploration of sexuality and the cost of silence. Straight from the Western U.S., Jim Walker’s one man show is an original tour de force of satire, cabaret and theatrical storytelling which American audiences hailed as “hilarious and moving”, “knee-slappingly funny,” and “deep entertainment…such an important piece of theatre.”

Based on the journals of Edward Walker, a gay man forcibly outed in 1950’s San Diego, Jim Walker & Gary Grundei’s original songs deploy “razor-sharp lyrics” (Andrea Moore) to explore coming of age (and coming to terms) in the land of don’t ask-don’t tell. California suburbs awash in pool play, foreplay, playboys & word play. Shower scenes! Outings in the park! Sit back and enjoy – the elephant is in the room.

Doors 7.00 Price £7/ £8/ £10 door

Cabaret Bar

Fringe

Twins

 

Twins is a play about a pair of Twins born two weeks apart. In a very humorous way you see how love deepens between them. Twins also shows the development of multiculturalism in our society

Doors 9.00 Price £9/ £7.50 conc

Café Bar

The Big Bite-Size LATE Breakfast

Join us for a unique theatre experience! The chance to meet and share breakfast with other lovers of theatre over a Late Breakfast of award-winning new plays. Collections of 10-min plays, hand-picked & lovingly prepared. Latest Festival Award Winner for ‘Best Theatre Performance 2013′. BBC Picks of the Fringe, Angel Award, Shortlist for Carol Tambor ‘Best of Edinburgh’ & Three Weeks Editor’s Award. Press acclaimed 5* from WhatsonStage, Latest Mag, Fringe Review. “Without fail funny & moving” (The Guardian) 2 Play Menus available. Menu 1: 4 & 18 May, Menu 2: 11 & 25 May. Gala Performance on 1 Jun. £10 for Plays, New Friends, Croissants, Coffee & Strawberries!

Shows 11.00-12.00 & 12.30-1.30 Price £10 per show

www.wegottickets.com/f/7437

Monday, May 19th, 2014

Fringe

Jim Walker Productions Presents

Normal Heights

Masculinity exposed in a musical exploration of sexuality and the cost of silence. Straight from the Western U.S., Jim Walker’s one man show is an original tour de force of satire, cabaret and theatrical storytelling which American audiences hailed as “hilarious and moving”, “knee-slappingly funny,” and “deep entertainment…such an important piece of theatre.”

Based on the journals of Edward Walker, a gay man forcibly outed in 1950’s San Diego, Jim Walker & Gary Grundei’s original songs deploy “razor-sharp lyrics” (Andrea Moore) to explore coming of age (and coming to terms) in the land of don’t ask-don’t tell. California suburbs awash in pool play, foreplay, playboys & word play. Shower scenes! Outings in the park! Sit back and enjoy – the elephant is in the room.

Doors 7.00 Price £7/ £8/ £10 door

Cabaret Bar

Fringe

Twins

 

Twins is a play about a pair of Twins born two weeks apart. In a very humorous way you see how love deepens between them. Twins also shows the development of multiculturalism in our society

Doors 9.00 Price £9/ £7.50 conc

Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

Cafe Scientifique

Talking about a revolution: X-ray vision then and now – Silvia Pani, University of Surrey

Doors: 7.30pm Show: 8.00pm Price: Free, collection made to cover costs

Blowfish Presents

Fringe

Quartet

Doors 9.00 Price £9/ £7 Cons

Cabaret Bar

Fringe

Danielle Imara’s in Jail

Danielle Imara’s in Jail deals with the thorny issue of prison, in an upbeat entertaining way. Via short scenes of original music and songs, gritty dialogue and dance, Danielle brings to life her own experience of jail, while introducing the stories of other, longer term inmates. Among these, it is Babs (Carmel Morrissey) with whom she strikes up a friendship via meetings in the refectory. Babs is a long term repeat offender whose life transforms as a result of meeting the victim of one of her crimes face to face at a restorative justice conference.The characters are based on real people, and much of the dialogue is verbatim. Dance numbers include Dehumanized: an electro track where Danielle and The Warden (Carmel Morrissey) perform a robotic duet, and Drugs on Tap: a poignant tap-dance commenting on the high level of heroin use in UK prisons. Music styles cover reggae, dub, electro and soul. Appearances by classic crooner Steve Lucas soften the edges of this often uncompromising show, which comments on the ways prison often fails both inmates and society as a whole. Harsh and reality-driven though it is, this show is a highly entertaining piece of theatre, whose message is ultimately optimistic.

Doors 6.45 Show 7.00 Price £7/£5 conc

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

Tango Boot Camp

Argentine Tango with TangoBootCamp ( www.tangobootcamp.co.uk ). Come and learn the world’s most passionate dance. Authentic but fun classes and friendly social dancing. Total Beginners can start any night, no need for a partner. After the classes we run a social dance (milonga) where we play traditional and modern tango music.

Details:

Time: 20.00-23.30 (end time dependent on numbers remaining)

Price: £8.00 whole night (1 or 2 classes + social dancing) /£5.00 students or concessions

OR £3.50 social dancing only (after 21.45) /£3.00 students or concessions

Cabaret Bar

Fringe

Blowfish Presents

Quartet

Doors 9.00 Price £9/ £7 Cons

Cabaret Bar

Fringe

Danielle Imara’s in Jail

Danielle Imara’s in Jail deals with the thorny issue of prison, in an upbeat entertaining way. Via short scenes of original music and songs, gritty dialogue and dance, Danielle brings to life her own experience of jail, while introducing the stories of other, longer term inmates. Among these, it is Babs (Carmel Morrissey) with whom she strikes up a friendship via meetings in the refectory. Babs is a long term repeat offender whose life transforms as a result of meeting the victim of one of her crimes face to face at a restorative justice conference.The characters are based on real people, and much of the dialogue is verbatim. Dance numbers include Dehumanized: an electro track where Danielle and The Warden (Carmel Morrissey) perform a robotic duet, and Drugs on Tap: a poignant tap-dance commenting on the high level of heroin use in UK prisons. Music styles cover reggae, dub, electro and soul. Appearances by classic crooner Steve Lucas soften the edges of this often uncompromising show, which comments on the ways prison often fails both inmates and society as a whole. Harsh and reality-driven though it is, this show is a highly entertaining piece of theatre, whose message is ultimately optimistic.

Doors 6.45 Show 7.00 Price £7/£5 conc

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

Fringe

The Treason Show-Festival Edition

Brighton’s much loved, resident satirists with their legendary mix of bang up to date topical sketches and songs, all wrapped up in Mark Brailsford’s festival package.
Written by a team of over 40 writers and now in it’s record breaking 14th year, this is one festival show you can’t miss.

Doors 8.00 Price £10/ £12.50

Friday, May 23rd, 2014

Speaky Spokey

Speaky Spokey – a literary cabaret entertainment of short stories, music, performance poetry and film.

Doors: 7.30 Show: 8.00 Price: £7/ £5cons

Cabaret Bar

Mikelangelo: Cave – Waits – Cohen

From La Clique and Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen, the charismatic winner of the Star of the Festival award and Best Cabaret in 2013 returns to deliver a stunning solo show of Cave, Waits and Cohen songs with masterful skill. Be transfixed, be astounded, be moved.

Doors 10.30 Show 11.00 Price £8adv/£10 door

Cabaret Bar

Fringe

The Treason Show-Festival Edition 

Brighton’s much loved, resident satirists with their legendary mix of bang up to date topical sketches and songs, all wrapped up in Mark Brailsford’s festival package.
Written by a team of over 40 writers and now in it’s record breaking 14th year, this is one festival show you can’t miss.

Doors 8.00 Price £10/ £12.50

Saturday, May 24th, 2014

Fringe

The Treason Show-Festival Edition

Brighton’s much loved, resident satirists with their legendary mix of bang up to date topical sketches and songs, all wrapped up in Mark Brailsford’s festival package.
Written by a team of over 40 writers and now in it’s record breaking 14th year, this is one festival show you can’t miss.

Doors 8.00 Price £10/ £12.50

Fringe

Nights at the Music Hall

Set in a fantastical Brighton ‘Nights at The Music Hall’ invites the audience to the final performance of a once thriving theatre. Incorporating traditional Music Hall songs and original material we watch the show unravel, realising the dramatic effect the going’s on outside the walls have had on life inside. As the first show produced by Brightonian Charlotte Dearing, ‘Nights at The Music Hall’ draws on political and global events affecting the City to fuel the satire Music Hall is famed for.

Doors 11.00 Price £11 (£9) conc

Sunday, May 25th, 2014

Café Bar

The Big Bite-Size LATE Breakfast

Join us for a unique theatre experience! The chance to meet and share breakfast with other lovers of theatre over a Late Breakfast of award-winning new plays. Collections of 10-min plays, hand-picked & lovingly prepared. Latest Festival Award Winner for ‘Best Theatre Performance 2013′. BBC Picks of the Fringe, Angel Award, Shortlist for Carol Tambor ‘Best of Edinburgh’ & Three Weeks Editor’s Award. Press acclaimed 5* from WhatsonStage, Latest Mag, Fringe Review. “Without fail funny & moving” (The Guardian) 2 Play Menus available. Menu 1: 4 & 18 May, Menu 2: 11 & 25 May. Gala Performance on 1 Jun. £10 for Plays, New Friends, Croissants, Coffee & Strawberries!

Shows 11.00-12.00 & 12.30-1.30 Price £10 per show

www.wegottickets.com/f/7438

Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

Polly and the Billets Doux

+ Eyes for Gertrude

“a harmonious blend of folk, rock, blues, soul and gospel” -The Sunday Times

“an eclectic and inspired musical blend” -The Guardian

“The new Duffy? No! Polly Perry is way better!” 4/5 **** -Q Magazine

Polly and the Billets Doux are something brilliantly different. Known for their authentic and energy-filled live performances, the genre-defying quartet boast a genius combination of folk, rock ‘n’ roll, soul, country and even gospel. This impressive independent band have gone from strength to strength since the release of their debut album in 2010, which had them topping many ‘ones to watch’ lists. That same year, they reached number 21 on the BBC Radio 1 Indie Charts and were invited to do live sessions with BBC 6 Music’s Cerys Matthews and BBC Radio 4’s Loose Ends. The buzz hasn’t stopped since.

Doors 8.00 Show 8.30 Price £6/ £7 door

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Tango Boot Camp

Argentine Tango with TangoBootCamp ( www.tangobootcamp.co.uk ). Come and learn the world’s most passionate dance. Authentic but fun classes and friendly social dancing. Total Beginners can start any night, no need for a partner. After the classes we run a social dance (milonga) where we play traditional and modern tango music.

Details:

Time: 20.00-23.30 (end time dependent on numbers remaining)

Price: £8.00 whole night (1 or 2 classes + social dancing) /£5.00 students or concessions

OR £3.50 social dancing only (after 21.45) /£3.00 students or concessions

Thursday, May 29th, 2014

Cabaret Bar

Fringe

Danielle Imara’s in Jail

Danielle Imara’s in Jail deals with the thorny issue of prison, in an upbeat entertaining way. Via short scenes of original music and songs, gritty dialogue and dance, Danielle brings to life her own experience of jail, while introducing the stories of other, longer term inmates. Among these, it is Babs (Carmel Morrissey) with whom she strikes up a friendship via meetings in the refectory. Babs is a long term repeat offender whose life transforms as a result of meeting the victim of one of her crimes face to face at a restorative justice conference.The characters are based on real people, and much of the dialogue is verbatim. Dance numbers include Dehumanized: an electro track where Danielle and The Warden (Carmel Morrissey) perform a robotic duet, and Drugs on Tap: a poignant tap-dance commenting on the high level of heroin use in UK prisons. Music styles cover reggae, dub, electro and soul. Appearances by classic crooner Steve Lucas soften the edges of this often uncompromising show, which comments on the ways prison often fails both inmates and society as a whole. Harsh and reality-driven though it is, this show is a highly entertaining piece of theatre, whose message is ultimately optimistic.

Doors 6.45 Show 7.00 Price £7/£5 conc

Cabaret Bar 

Fringe

 Snow White:The Whole Grimm Affair

New black comedy musical satirising celebrity culture in a modern take on Grimm. 34 eccentric characters are performed by a cast of 5, dishing the dirt on an ex-page three model’s fabulously entertaining fall from grace. With it’s dark theme devilishly juxtaposed against its tongue in cheek sing-a-long hooks, the show takes you on a Python-esque journey on the back of Rocky Horror’s motorcycle to dizzying heights of hilarity.
“A catchy, hilarious musical. Fun, fast, sadistic farce, Disney this isn’t!” ***** (Broadway Baby)

Doors 8.45 Show 9.00 Price £10/ £8conc

Friday, May 30th, 2014

Cabaret Bar 

Fringe

Snow White:The Whole Grimm Affair

New black comedy musical satirising celebrity culture in a modern take on Grimm. 34 eccentric characters are performed by a cast of 5, dishing the dirt on an ex-page three model’s fabulously entertaining fall from grace. With it’s dark theme devilishly juxtaposed against its tongue in cheek sing-a-long hooks, the show takes you on a Python-esque journey on the back of Rocky Horror’s motorcycle to dizzying heights of hilarity.
“A catchy, hilarious musical. Fun, fast, sadistic farce, Disney this isn’t!” ***** (Broadway Baby)

Doors 9.15 Show 9.30 Price £10/ £8conc

Cabaret Bar

Fringe

VD

Every year she’s single on Valentine’s Day, Sophie buys a cat. She has 10 cats. A 50 min award winning comedic One Woman show by Pete Malicki; directed by Lisa Eismen; performed by Eliza St John. Originally staged in Australia, ‘VD’ has quickly spread across the globe exploring the neurotic, loveable, adventurous, spiritual, cringe-worthy world of Sophie Webb, a 35-year-old romantic who likes a bit to much gin.

Doors 7.30 Price £6/ £8 door

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

Private Party

We love to throw a party. If you are looking for a venue to hold your birthday, civil partnership, wedding or anniversary party or you just feel like letting your hair down and dancing with your friends and family ’til the early hours, call 01273 687171 or email us at bookings@thelatest.co.uk.

Check out comments from satisfied party customers under ‘Hire Venue’ above.