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  • WILDER STORIES #2: BLUE

    Sit back, relax, and join us for a pigment drenched journey themed around the colour Blue. The colour of sadness and a signifier of wide open space, blue evokes duelling senses in harmonic tension; isolation and freedom; sadness and openness; the cold and the wet. Listen to this collage of contributions centred around and inspired […]
  • Festivals ’18 – Team TOM’s picks…

    With Festivals season lurking around the corner, we’re getting a wee bit giddy to say the least. So to celebrate, some members of the TOM Team have picked out what they are most excited about this season and why… Helen (Programmer) The Fabulous Backstrom Brothers is sure to be a giggle! Spymonkey’s outrageous and brilliantly disruptive […]
  • A Word With Abigail and Emma – The Duo Behind The Award-Winning “Enter The Dragons”

    Ahead of their short run of Enter the Dragons with us next month, we spoke with Abigail and Emma (of A&E comedy) about the show and what inspired them to write it.  Enter the Dragons won “Best of the Brighton Fringe 2017”. What’s the show about? The show takes the classic mythological quest and re-imagines it […]
  • WILDER STORIES #1: RED

    Make yourself as comfortable as you can and for the next hour we dive into the colour red. Red is the most human of colours, it is sex and blood, fire and passion. Red never sits in the background, patiently waiting its turn like blue did: red pummels you for attention the moment you glimpse it.It is the standout moment, the [...]
  • Interview with Robin Hood composer and performer Callum McIntyre

    This half-term, we welcome back New Mutiny Theatre Company with the world premiere of a new staging of Robin Hood. We spoke to Callum McIntyre – company founder, composer and actor who plays the title role of Robin – about why this new adaptation promises to be a such a swashbuckling experience. Can you tell us a […]
  • A big welcome to the cast & crew of Cinderella and the Beanstalk

    We’re over the moon to welcome the company of Cinderella and the Beanstalk to The Old Market this week, as we prepare for our opening performance on Thursday night. We’ve untangled the fairy lights, donned our festive jumpers, and put the sprouts on a gentle simmer. Look out Christmas, we’re coming to get you! Cinderella and the Beanstalk is the panto to […]
  • Hurrah! Pre/Post show meal offers this Xmas!

    Get delicious discounts off your Christmas meal with your Cinderella and the Beanstalk tickets...   If you like your panto with a twist, Cinderella and the Beanstalk is the show for you - a fast-paced, bare-knuckled comedy penned by the multi-award winning trio Sleeping Trees and directed by Tom Attenborough.  To ensure your festive night out goes with a bang, [...]
  • WILDER STORIES: SERIES 2 – A CALL FOR STORIES

    Do you have a story to tell? Earlier in the year we launched a brand new podcast series called Wilder Stories.  We invited storytellers from all disciplines to spin their yarns -  with each podcast having a unique theme. The first podcasts were recorded in front of a live audience during Brighton Fringe and were [...]
  • Autumn season launch – #TOMtech, TOM’s Film Club and more!

    Brighton Digital Festival begins in September and we’re serving up our biggest #TOMtech season ever. A Technology Takeover? Throughout Autumn, we'll be hosting workshops, events and meet-ups that will explore how new technologies are changing the creative landscape, with one burning question - how can the latest developments in tech improve how we experience culture? [...]
  • May is wilder than you know…

    Are you sitting comfortably? We've been busy sharing our own stories down in the basement, to warm up for our brand new storytelling night Wilder Stories... Story Mash #wilderstories The TOM team and friends spinning yarns. At the heart of any arts festival is the sharing of stories, so we've brought together artists, academics, musicians, poets and raconteurs [...]

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