Tag Archives: Spymonkey

Blackpool Winter Gardens

Red for the City, Blue for the Seaside

March 4th, 2013 by

A weekend at ‘the nation’s capital of seaside entertainment’ by Lisa Wolfe (writer) and Peter Chrisp (photographer/researcher) Friday 15 February 2013 Vic Godard and the Subway Sect’s lyrics accompany our journey North from one slightly seedy beach-front tourist destination (Brighton) to this one: “Good old fun-packed Blackpool by the sea. Flat-capped sex trap Blackpool. One […]

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Feral Theatre, Triptych

Feral flyers, displaced seas and singing lepers – a Brighton Festival and Fringe round-up

July 30th, 2012 by

So, why are some things in the Festival and some in the Fringe? This was asked of me by an interested ‘non-artist’ friend visiting Brighton in the hectic month of May. Once, the answer would have been straightforward: the Brighton Festival is curated, and artists are invited to take part and paid a performance and/or […]

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