Page 1

001_LS855_cover_Layout 1 09/11/2017 17:15 Page 1

/latestbrighton @latestbrighton /latestbrighton

BRIGHTON FREE | 14 – 20 November 2017 | Issue 855

Channel 7 Channel 159

online at thelatest.co.uk

SIMON AMSTELL Coming to the Brighton Dome BRIGHTON & HOVE FOOD & DRINK AWARDS Andrew Kay’s tastiest highlights

MORE!

Contemporary hip hop dance show Fagin’s Twist comes to Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, exclusive interview with artistic director Tony Adigun Page 5

Interview with

Jon Richardson page 9


002_LS855_Wired Sx_Wired Sussex 3-13 09/11/2017 17:21 Page 1

Paid Search Manager – SiteVisbility (Brighton & Hove) Software Support Engineer – Bailey Solutions Ltd Skills & Talent Manager – Wired Sussex (Brighton & Hove) Visual Designer – TrustedHousesitters (Brighton & Hove) Marketing Executive – Linnworks (Chichester) Sales Executive – Evermade Ltd (Brighton & Hove) New Business Development Manager – Ingenious Design (Lewes) Senior Software Developer – General Distribution Ltd (Brighton & Hove) Digital Analysis Executive – Sightsavers (Haywards Heath)

Unity Developer needed – to help on a number of children’s based projects. Animator needed – to help with the motion graphics for a science based tv show. Paid Social Manager needed – with previous work with consumer-facing brands.

Open Source Drives Microsoft to the Edge and Beyond – Nov 15 at The Skiff, Brighton Wired Sussex Breakfast Session: How To Be a Thought Leader – Nov 23 at The Fusebox, Brighton InsideOutsideSeaside in VR for Artists – Nov 25 & 26 at DC3 Workshop Space, Eastbourne


003_LS855_Contents_Layout 1 09/11/2017 17:16 Page 1

from the

Tom Gabb

@latestvicky

EDITOR

COCKTALES

Dark nights and brushed cotton

Beer in cocktails

I

love it when Autumn and Winter arrive. They seem to turn up like a pair of kids just back from school, a muddle of limbs and entanglements, both clammering for attention and easy to muddle up, but equally distinct and with their own cheeky elements. One of my earliest bits of being self­aware was knowing that although my bedtime didn’t change year­round, I would go to bath and bed with a lot less hassle in the cooler months. Obviously one part of this was that it was just cold – and bed clothes are a lot more appealing when it’s chilly. The second was that going to sleep in the dark made a heck of a lot more sense than going to sleep while the sun was still in the sky. This time of year moves into what the Scandis call ‘hygge’, which is defined as; “A quality of cosiness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well­ being.” Hot water bottles move into rotation, bed socks turn up, brushed cotton pyjamas become the height of luxury, and real fires show real competition with smart phones for capturing hypnotised gazes. Nesting sets in, and I tell myself that the carbs I eat the rest of the year round are now alright as they keep me warm with the likes of homemade cottage pie and roast dinners. And having pigs in blankets for dinner is alright so long as I have a veg with them too. Hurrah for party food in supermarkets! As much as living by the coast allows me to celebrate the summertime, I love witnessing the sea churn in the storms, the rain coming down in sheets like a chilled monsoon, and shingle pelting onto Kingsway – all allow me to watch the marvellous seasons’ change. And I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Victoria Nangle editorial@thelatest.co.uk

wo rd

s

L7

LATEST GROUP

To advertise call

01273 687171

Managing Director Bill Smith Business Director Angi Mariani Creative Director Andrew Kay

I

was sat in a bar the other day sipping on a refreshing watermelon wheat beer when I realised that attitudes towards my malty fermented friend have changed in recent years. My epiphany was simple, for better or worse the conceptual space between beer, spirits and cocktails seems to be closing. If you walked into an establishment ten years ago and ordered a tequila beer, a peanut butter ale or an IPA Pina colada you would probably be met with some trepidation, and that’s putting it politely. While adventurous craft beers with names such as ‘Death by Coconut’ are extremely popular, they’re a topic for a different time. I think the more interesting concept is beer as an actual cocktail ingredient, where that idea came from and the rich history behind it. In a sense beer cocktails rose to popularity in the same way that a lot of other cocktails have. Some incredibly expensive bar somewhere came up with a high concept cocktail that involved beer, this drink garnered a lot of attention and soon after everyone including your local Lola Lo’s has replicated it (and they have). In a lot of ways this kind of life cycle of trends is not dissimilar to the way high fashion trickles down from the catwalk to Primark. Interestingly though, the first recorded example of beer actually being used in a cocktail was from 1695, before the term ‘cocktail’ was even coined. It was mentioned by playwright William Congreve in his restoration comedy Love For Love: "Thus we live at sea; eat biscuit, and drink flip", a “flip” being a mixed drink comprised of beer, rum, and sugar, heated with a red­hot iron. The iron caused the drink to froth, and this frothing (or "flipping") engendered the name. Fast forward to the writing of the first influential bar guide (Jerry Thomas’s 1862 How to Mix Drinks) and the recipe is there, but with no beer. This says to me that had Mr Thomas been more of a traditionalist, beer would have never been robbed of its rightful and early status as a cocktail ingredient and we could have enjoyed 100 years of beery boozy beverages.

LATEST 7/HOMES

LATEST TV

Head of Sales & Marketing Lesley Lawrence CEO Bill Smith Editor Victoria Nangle Sales Manager Tracey Davidson Design/Production Kyle Moon Studio Manager Dean Kilford TV Scheduling Dan Roberts

LATEST HOMES, 14-17 MANCHESTER STREET, BRIGHTON, BN2 1TF Editorial: editorial@thelatest.co.uk

LATEST MUSICBAR Ali Cluney­Hickford Jeff Hemmings Lesley Lawrence

Advertising: lesley@thelatest.co.uk

Special Offer PIZZERIA RISTORANTE

www.donatello.co.uk tel 01273 775477

Italian house red or white wine (75cl bottle usually £14)

£7.50

PIZZERIA RISTORANTE

www.pinocchio.co.uk tel 01273 677676

with this voucher

1-3 Brighton Place Brighton BN1 1HJ

Valid at Donatello & Pinocchio Valid until end of November 2017 (excluding Saturdays and Bank Holidays) One voucher per table. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Christmas bookings now being taken – call our office 01273 771190 mon-fri 9am – 5pm for details

22 New Road Brighton BN1 1UF


004_LS855_BCentreHOI_Layout 1 09/11/2017 17:21 Page 1


005_LS855_ACCA_Layout 1 09/11/2017 17:16 Page 1

MORE! Fagin’s Twist is the marvellous show from hip hop dance company Avant Garde Dance Company. Its artistic director Tony Adigun, speaks with Victoria Nangle What particularly attracted you to Dickens' Oliver Twist as a tale to lend itself to contemporary hip hop dance? At first the appeal was the idea of telling a well known story. Then came the need to bring something fresh and innovative to the stage. A new version of a story you thought you knew. There was a constant tug of war between respecting the old but wanting to usher in the new. It is appositely relevant to tell a tale of Dickensian poverty in the current times of change. Can you explain how this is reflected in the performance? Our story concentrates on five of the main characters – Fagin, Oliver, Bill, Nancy and Artful Dodger – and their want for more... be it wealth, love or trust. I think that is what is relevant and is something that is somewhat a constant through changing times. I try to connect with the basic instincts we have as humans in order to connect and evolve. I’m a fan of the underdog and I’m

COMING

HIGHLIGHTS

continuously trying to rally people who aren’t as confident to go for that ‘Disney Dream’ – I think this story carries that same optimism. Your Fagin has been created in a form that sheds a light of benevolence in his behaviour – what was behind your decision to do this? I started with the original story and wasn’t satisfied. In Fagin, I saw a character, a villain who in many ways was misunderstood. People loved him and people hated him, and this was why I chose to base the show around him. Was he bad? Was he good? I think the jury may still be out on that one but he definitely offered so much as a character to explore.

“ Trying to rally people who aren’t as

confident to go for that ‘Disney Dream’ ”

You also, provocatively, cast a woman to play Oliver. This feels inkeeping with British theatre history of 'principal boys' being played by women and Shakespeare's cross­dressing. What were your motives? To be honest, it’s not really a conscious political statement. For me the right performer is the right performer no matter what. Sometimes portraying a character is more about taking on their demeanour and their aura. If they have that then they are in! Fagin’s Twist is co­programmed with South East Dance, Attenborough Centre For the Creative Arts, Thursday 14 & Friday 15 December 7pm, Saturday 16 December 3.30pm & 7pm, £12/10, family ticket £35

The Famous Laren Barri Holstein: Notorious The famous plunges into the ghostly underworld of popular culture, seeking the redeptive purity behind her own promiscuous behaviour, in this irreverent pop­phenomenon of music, dance, & witch­bitch ritual. Thursday 23 November, 8pm, £12/10

Brighton Rock: Redux As part of his onging Redux Project, Richard DeDomenici collaborates with local volunteers to recreate sections of popular films, shot for shot, in the original locations, with budget props, costumes and effects – which he edits and premieres in front of an audience, often with a few days. From Brighton DeDomenici plans to remake scenes from Brighton Rock, on the anniversary of its original release in 1947. See ACCA website to learn how to take part in the film ­ www.attenboroughcentre.com

Picture credit: Briony Campbell

A

David Hoyle: Diamond Presented in association with The Marlborough Theatre, Diamond is an unforgiving queer performance of sexuality and British culture exploring LGBT history from 1957 to 2017 throguh the personal biography of avant garde performer David Hoyle.

ttenborough Centre for the Creative Arts is an interdisciplinary arts hub connecting University of Sussex with Brighton & Hove and the wider national and international arts communities. The centre is cultural hub for the University of Sussex and the wider arts and local communities to come together for regular performances, screenings, exhibitions and conferences. Led by Creative Director Laura McDermott, the centre presents a programme of contemporary arts including music, theatre, dance, live art, discussion & debate and digital practices. Formerly known as the Gardner Arts Centre, the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts opened in 2016, following a bar/café fit­out and installation of state­of­the­art lighting, sound and audio­visual equipment. The building is Grade II* listed and containing a 350­seat flexible auditorium, studios and stunning cafe­bar on the edge of the South Downs.

Saturday 2 December, 8pm, £12/10

www.attenboroughcentre.com / 01273 678 822

Friday 24 November, 8pm, Free

DakhaBrakha Reflecting fundamental elements of sound and soul, Ukrainian ‘ethno ­chaos’ band DakhaBrakha create a world of unexpected new music. Expect theatrics and tribal musical moments reminiscent of Radiohead, Chicks on Speed and Beastie Boys. Thursday 30 November, 8pm, £15

LATEST TV | VIRGIN MEDIA 159 | FREEVIEW CHANNEL 7

LATEST 7 | 5


006_007_LS855_dinesouthotlist_Layout 1 09/11/2017 17:18 Page 1

ANDREW KAY The best of chefs

Señor Buddha

S

o the Brighton and Hove Food and Drink Awards are over for another year and the awards ceremony was as usual a busy and friendly event where the rivalry was good­ hearted and the who food industry joined together in celebrating the city’s status as the UK’s most exciting gastronomic destination. For me the highlight had to be the awards for best chef and young chef of the year, the two categories that I had the privilege of chairing the judging panel. And after that judging I was asked to sum up my thoughts on all of the competitors, so here they are. The chef of the year award was given to – Michael Bremner from 64 Degrees. Michael is, unsurprisingly, a chef cooking at the top of the game, but probably not his top as we are never surprised by the invention that he employs in creating exciting new dishes. And on this occasion it was that combination of classic skill, modern techniques and pure invention that really shone. Highly commended was Steven Edwards from Etch. Steven is a confident and precise chef whose seemingly simple dishes are actually the culmination of talent and experience – and that manifests itself in food that is in fact in its construction complex – but simply delicious. Also highly commended was Duncan Ray from The Little Fish. Duncan’s cooking is based on classic ideas and combinations that he takes to the next level, precise cooking, clean flavours and expert seasoning made his dish a real delight that we kept returning to. Our Young Chef of the year is George Boarer from Etch. Watching George work in the kitchen was fascinating – focused and clean, his process was a fine example of the intelligent care that a modern chef needs to make it in the competitive arena of modern cuisine. We all agreed that this

HOT LIST

| | | | || | | |

Dines Out

THE

Chef of the Year: Michael Bremner from 64 Degrees

Young Chef of the Year: George Boarer from Etch

Señor Buddha is a modern tapas bar located at Preston Circus, offering an ever changing tapas menu based around Spanish and East Asian cuisine. With just 24 seats, this small tapas bar is always busy so booking is recommended. 9 Preston Road, Brighton, BN1 4QE | www.senorbuddha.co.uk 01273 567832 | bookings@senorbuddha.co.uk

Coggings & Co was a very fine dish that respected and showed partridge at its best. Highly commended was George Ousley from Isaac At. George created a dish that we loved and tackled the cooking of oysters, a route that could easily go wrong but was actually a triumph. It was a brave and stylish dish that we really admired – and finished. Also highly commended was Jackson Heron from 64 Degrees. Jackson cooked partridge and certainly got it right, but he also showed us that he is a chef who, whilst working at 64 Degrees has learned a great deal but is also developing his own style of dish rather then simply copying his employer. These young chefs are the names to look out for in the coming years and we all felt that they had the makings of becoming culinary stars.

Coggings & Co is all about great burgers, made with local ingredients sourced with care, prepared with skill and served with warmth. We serve the best burgers you’ve ever tasted with a delicious set of sides and puddings. 87­93 Dyke Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 3JE www.coggingsandco.com | 01273 220220


006_007_LS855_dinesouthotlist_Layout 1 10/11/2017 10:24 Page 2

THE

| | | | || | | |

HOT LIST

Chaula’s, Lewes

The Restaurant at Drakes, Brighton

Chaula’s is renowned for its signature dishes, distinctive décor and friendly staff. All meals are made fresh to order and every curry has its own distinctively flavoured sauce. There is also a wide variety of vegetarian and vegan, as well as gluten and wheat­free dishes. Buffet available 12pm–3pm, Monday to Saturday. Lewes, BN7 2LP, 01273 476707, www.chaulas.co.uk

Chaula’s, Brighton

A second venue for this brilliant Indian restaurant is now open here in Brighton. Chaula and her team breathe fresh air into the idea of Indian food with authentic recipes served in stylish surroundings. The cooking has an altogether healthier approach – but not at the cost of flavour. Thali Deals available 12pm­3pm; Meal Deal £9.99. Brighton, BN1 1HT, 01273 771661, www.chaulas.co.uk

The exceptional standards of the fine dining Restaurant at Drakes has earned them poll position once again in The Good Food Guide 2018 as the top scoring restaurant in Brighton ­ for the 9th consecutive year. Classic British and Modern European dishes are created using only the finest, seasonal ingredients, locally sourced whenever possible. Shuttered windows, brick arches and mellow lighting create an airy yet relaxing atmosphere for any dining occasion. For that extra special touch, book The Private Dining Room. Suits 6 to 12 guests and includes the services of a dedicated waiter. ORDER A TWO COURSE LUNCH AND HAVE THE THIRD COURSE ON US! Just quote “THE LATEST” at the time of booking. (not valid on Sundays ­ max 6 people) The Restaurant at Drakes Hotel, 43­44 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1PE 01273 696934, www.drakesofbrighton.com

Moksha Caffe, Brighton

Boho Gelato, Brighton

We are an independent, family run café and restaurant and our aim is to make our customers feel at home. So sit back, relax and enjoy great coffee and our delicious food. We believe that we are Brighton's best independent café so stop by when you need that caffeine kick or you’re feeling hungry! We promise to satisfy the biggest of appetites! Our food is locally sourced and free­range and we use organic milk. Check out our reviews on TripAdvisor. www.mokshacaffe.com | 01273 248890 Moksha Caffe, 4­5 York Place, BN1 4GU Brighton

24 ever­changing Italian Ice Cream flavours ranging from Vanilla to Violet, Mango to Mojito and Apple to Avocado taken from an ever growing list of now over 400! Handmade on site daily at 6 Pool Valley Brighton – Off East Street near the Palace Pier and also available at their new shop in Ship Street. www.bohogelato.co.uk | 6 Pool Valley, Brighton New Shop – 31 Ship Street, Brighton | 01273 727205


008_LS855_cros/city_Layout 1 09/11/2017 17:18 Page 1

www.southerntaxis.co.uk

8 | LATEST 7

LATEST TV | VIRGIN MEDIA 159 | FREEVIEW CHANNEL 7


009_LS855_Interview_Jon Richardson_Layout 1 09/11/2017 17:19 Page 1

JON RICHARDSON Jon Richardson discusses fatherhood, Twitter­stalking and shingles ahead of taking his new show Old Man to Brighton Dome.

T

he stand­up Jon Richardson is chatting from a rather unusual location. He reveals that, “I’m currently in the Aldi car park in Clevedon.” Who said that the life of a comedian isn’t non­stop glamour? Still, Jon admits that being on a nationwide tour in places such as Clevedon with his new show, Old Man, is a blessed relief from his full­on domestic life. He is a very proud new father – but things have been understandably frantic at home.

Universal Pictures (UK), says that, “I’m determined not to talk about my baby in a way that’s alienating. “But it’s been such a big change in my life that I can’t not talk about it. It’s also nice to have something new to stress about. I can really get my teeth into this stress!” Jon, who is as warm and witty in person as he is on stage, is still appealingly humble about his role as a stand­up. “I can’t believe I get to do this job! As I get older, I’ve got more and more to talk

“ Our baby is only two months old, so

it’s obviously the perfect time for me to be leaving home for several weeks! ”

Jon laughs that, “Gigs have become very cathartic for me, as things are so hectic at home. Gigs are now the equivalent of going to the pub or the cinema! “Our baby is only two months old, so it’s obviously the perfect time for me to be leaving home for several weeks! It has to be said, I’m not terribly popular at home. But I’m assuming that by the time I get back home, my daughter will be toilet­trained, capable of dressing herself and able to drive!” One of Jon’s main worries is that his daughter will grow up resembling him. “What I’m dreading is raising her to be like me. If I hear her saying, ‘I can’t eat that chip because it’s touched those baked beans’, I’ll know she got too much of me in her!” Jon doesn’t want his observations about the impact his new baby daughter has had on his life to put people off. The comic, who has put out two live successful stand­up DVDs, Funny Magnet in 2012 and Nidiot in 2014, both of which are released through

about and I have more and more confidence. “I love the privilege of looking back on my life every three years, turning it into a comedy show and sharing it with an audience. It’s incredibly cathartic. It’s a way of converting the difficult elements of life into comedy. None of us know what’s going on at the moment, so to be able to laugh at it in unity for two hours is absolutely great.” Since last touring the country, Jon has watched on as the UK voted to leave the EU and witnessed the inexorable rise of Donald Trump to the US Presidency. All of this prompts one key question: Why does it seem that no one else alive can correctly load a dishwasher? As well as this pressing matter, Jon will be ranging over an array of other comic topics, including stress, a constant theme in his dazzling act. “I got shingles on the day of the EU referendum. It’s good to see that my stress has got worse as I’ve got older and that now there is a physical element to it!”

Another amusing element of Old Man is that Jon uses Twitter to interact with his audience. The comic, whose bestselling book It’s Not Me, It’s You, was published by HarperCollins in 2012, recollects that, “Recently, I talked to a man in the audience, and he was shocked because I knew where he had been that morning, what football team he supported, and what his wife’s name was. It’s a good about­turn. That’s the joy of Twitter.” Jon adds, “That man had messaged me earlier, but people don’t always realise that when you Tweet, you’re building a public record of yourself. It’s nice to have all that free material. It means I can spend more time with my daughter and just take the mickey out of someone in the audience!”

The stand­up reflects on how much he adores the experience of live comedy. “It’s such a buzz. The instant reaction you get from the audience is such a privilege. "Each show is a very honest portrayal of how I’m feeling that night. It can go off in any direction. The show is different every night, and that makes it much more exciting. Every evening is unique.” But, much as he loves touring, Jon reveals, “I’ll have a break over the summer. People would rather be out in the sun than inside listening to a whingeing moron!” And when the Old Man tour finally comes to an end, Jon discloses what he will do next. “I’ll be back at home, concentrating once again on being a dad and a pernickety husband!” Jon Richardson: Old Man is at Brighton Dome on 12 Dec. For tickets visit brightondome.org or call 01273 709709.


010_LS855_Stage_Layout 1 10/11/2017 09:30 Page 1

STAGE

Jethro Compton’s White Fang UK Premieres at the Connaught Theatre Worthing

I

nspired by the classic novel and other much loved works from American author Jack London, Jethro Compton presents his new play, White Fang.

her tribe, a young girl is rescued from the snow by an old huntsman from a nearby settlement who offers shelter and the strength to survive. Torn from centuries of

“ White Fang is an epic story of love,

loss, and redemption – red­written in the snow ”

The show opened at freeFall Theatre, Florida, this October, in the midst of Hurricane Irma. Despite the enormous destruction which left the theatre entirely unusable, White Fang opened in a custom­built pop­up space and has been running for the last month to sell out houses and rave reviews. The story is set in 1898, North­Western Canada, deep in the forests of the Yukon Territory. After the massacre of

10 | LATEST 7

tradition, facing a new and violent land, she struggles to find her path in the world. An outsider to all, she discovers hope in the friendship of an abandoned wolf, White Fang.

With this newfound alliance, the two unite with the land, learning the ways of her ancestors. Lethal with blade and bow, there are few who can match her skill in the wild. But when the time comes and she faces her greatest challenge of all, the threat of assimilation and the extinction of her identity, will these skills be enough to make a difference? Will they be enough to survive? White Fang is an epic story of love, loss, and redemption – red­written in the snow. Jethro Compton is a Cornish writer, director and theatre producer. He began his theatre career in 2008 as the Producer and Co­Artistic Director of Belt Up Theatre, company in residence at York Theatre Royal. In 2010 he established Jethro Compton Productions to develop his own work as a writer, director, and producer. In 2017, Jethro directed his first foreign­language production, translated from his own adaptation of Louis Sachar’s Fuzzy Mud in Vienna. In 2018 he returns to Vienna to direct two new productions in German, starting with a translation of his adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s A Little Princess. In 2010 he was awarded a bursary from Stage One to support his development as a commercial producer. Between 2011 and 2013 he was Associate Producer of Southwark Playhouse, London. In 2016 he became an Associate Artist of Hall for Cornwall. White Fang Thursday 7 & Friday 8 December 2017 7.30pm Connaught Theatre, Union Place, Worthing, BN11 1LG 01903 206 206 www.worthingtheatres.co.uk

REVIEW Blondie

A

ll too often when the iconic bands of the 1970s come out on tour they have an air of “heritage” about them. The sound set in aspic, the edges rounded off and made comfortable, partly for our aging 21st century ears perhaps and often it would seem for the ease of the performers – not with Blondie. Emerging in the 70s from the New York new wave punk scene there was always a raw energy to their sound – and it’s still there, hard edged, pumping rock that, because of their excellent catchy tunes, took them across that barrier from edgy into chart­topping pop icons. Debbie Harry is simply brilliant, the voice as good as ever, and the rest of the band have not lost their edge, delivering searing solos throughout. Nor has their new work lost that edge either, tracks from their brilliant new album ‘Pollinator’ pepper rather than dominate a set that delivers many, not all, of their great hits and gets the crowd on their feet from start to finish. This is pop, rock, punk at its very exciting best. The Brighton Centre, 8 November 2017

★★★★★

Andrew Kay

LATEST TV | VIRGIN MEDIA 159 | FREEVIEW CHANNEL 7


011_LS855_Brighton Lights_Layout 1 09/11/2017 17:20 Page 1

BRIGHTON LIGHTS WHAT TO DO IN THE CITY > MUSIC, ENTERTAINMENT & COMEDY WITH VICTORIA NANGLE

1

One half of F**k Buttons Andrew Hung tours his new melodic debut solo album Realisationship. Positive, a bold step forward, and music as a pure expression of colour and fun. The Joker, Saturday 18 November, 7.30pm, £8.50

2

Ever since bulldozing his way onto the scene with unforgettable tracks like ‘Cuddly Toy’ and ‘Family Man’ in the late 80s, Andrew Roachford’s maverick take on music has spread far and wide. With Platinum­ and Gold­selling albums, and a career that spans two decades, Roachword is still touring and writing with some of the best. Watch out for his ‘guests’ tonight. Lewes Con Club, Sunday 19 November, 7.30pm, £16

3

Brighton & Hove’s first annual Poetry Competition and Festival features the fabulous headliner of poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy, plus Brighton's very own punk poet – Attila the Stockbroker, and acts by Hammer and Tongue, plus a poetry slam competition featuring the students from the Brighton University. The Old Market, Saturday 18 November, 4–8pm, £20

4

An interrogation and a spate of gruesome murders in a totalitarian state create a contrasting backdrop to a twisted imagination rich with equally gruesome and equally grim tales. A ragtag gaggle of performers and musicians bring a new twist to Martin McDonagh’s award­winning play The Pillowman. Promising dark humour and a stark Orwellian reality.

Marlborough Pub & Theatre, Tuesday 14 – Friday 17 November, 7.30pm, £9.50/7.50

5

Mr Ed Gamble has risen in profile steadily over the years, from getting into scrapes with his former podcast partner in crime Ray Peacock, to stepping out on his own and appearing on Mock The Week, Drunk History, Conan and Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central, gathering fans as his fame rises to match the dizzy height of his carefully swept back quiff. After a successful tour last year, he’s back with an entirely new stand­up show – Mammoth.

Komedia, Wednesday 15 November, 8pm, £12

6

Intelligent, cutting, sharply funny and unflinchingly honest, Simon Amstell had already set his stand­up style way back when he hosted Popworld and Never Mind The Buzzcocks. Having more recently picked up acclaim with his Netflix programme Carnage, and newly penned film Benjamin in the wings of post production, Amstell is back at the mic with his new stand­up show What is This? For more see our exclusive interview at preview.tinyurl.com/y7vvsydw Brighton Dome, Sunday 19 November, £24

7

Marking the centenary of the birth of many classic (think Ella Fitzgerald, Thelonious Monk and Dizzy Gillespie) jazz icons, Nu Civilisation Orchestra (originally Tomorrow's Warriors Jazz Orchestra) delivers a spectacular evening combining archive film portraits with big band classics featuring some of the finest jazz musicians of the moment. Opening the show for these outstanding artists are talented young musicians from six Brighton schools performing as part of The Jazz Ticket schools programme. Brighton Dome, Sunday 19 November, £24

COMING SOON The daffodil­loving crooner of the 80s, icon for ‘Meat Is Murder’, and creative lyricist Morrissey is on tour again! Off the back of the success of his autobiography in 2013, and playing tracks from his latest album ‘Low in High School’, The Smiths’ frontman is coming to Brighton.

8

Brighton Centre, Saturday 3 March 2018, from £35

To discover 20 more things to do this week, watch Brighton Lights show on Latest TV every Monday at 8.30pm.

@latestvicky

LATEST TV | VIRGIN MEDIA 159 | FREEVIEW CHANNEL 7

LATEST 7 | 11


012_013_LS855_latesttvmoviepage_L7wed14apr.qxd 09/11/2017 17:20 Page 1

MOVIES ON LATEST TV All day & late night

Tuesday 14 November

Thursday 16 November

6.00am The Last Journey 1935. Drama directed by Bernard Vorhaus. Bob (Julien Mitchell) is distraught with his upcoming compulsory retirement and believes his wife is having an affair. The day arrives for his final journey.

6.00am Shipmates O' Mine 1936. Musical. Directed by Oswald Mitchell. Stars John Garrick, Jean Adrienne, Wallace Lupino. Throughout The Years story with songs and sentiments following the life of a sailor.

7.50 Home to Danger 1951. Crime directed by Terence Fisher. Barbara (Rona Anderson) returns from abroad after her father's suicide. A changed will leaves Barbara in mortal danger.

8.10 Man From Tangier 1957. Drama. Directed by Lance Comfort. Starring Robert Hutton, Lisa Gastoni & Martin Benson. Chuck Collins finds himself involved in a passport and forgery racket, just through taking the wrong coat!

9.10 It's a Wonderful World 1956. Comedy directed by Val Guest and starring Terence Morgan, George Cole, Kathleen Harrison. Two struggling composers hit on a novel way of producing music backwards!

10.00 Dangerous Cargo 1954. Drama directed by John Harlow. Tim (Jack Watling) is tricked by a wartime friend (Terence Alexander) into revealing details of a gold shipment.

FILM OF THE DAY 12.00pm Bundle Of Joy 1956. Musical Comedy. After being fired from her job, Polly (Debbie Reynolds) finds an abandoned baby. People believe the baby is hers. Directed by Norman Taurog. Starring Eddie Fisher.

FILM OF THE DAY 12.00pm The First Travelling Saleslady 1956. Comedy Western. A corset store owner goes broke and becomes a traveling sales lady in Texas 1897. Starring Ginger Rogers, Barry Nelson and a young Clint Eastwood.

2.00 The Iron Petticoat 1956. War. Director: Ralph Thomas. Stars Katharine Hepburn, Bob Hope, James Robertson Justice & Robert Helpmann. A female pilot lands a Russian aircraft on German soil after flying off in a rage.

2.00 Defence Of The Realm 1985. Thriller. Directed by David Drury and stars Gabriel Bryne, Greta Scacchi, Denholm Elliott and Robbie Coltrane. After an expose article is published, an MP dies in mysterious circumstances.

4.00 Quiet Woman 1951. Crime drama directed By John Gilling and starring Derek Bond, Jane Hylton and Dora Bryan. A proprietress of a country inn becomes involved with smugglers.

4.00 Floodtide 1949. Drama. Directed by Frederick Wilson. Starring Gordon Jackson, Rona Anderson, John Laurie and Elizabeth Sellars. David becomes a ship designer and falls in love with his boss's daughter.

10.00 End of the Line 1957. Directed by Charles Saunders. Starring Alan Baxter, Barbara Shelley & Jennifer Jayne. Given a fake alibi Mike robs a 'fence' of stolen jewels. The fence is found dead and Mike is blackmailed.

10.00 Grand National Night 1953. Crime drama filmed at Nettlefold and a George Minter production. A horse-trainer kills his spiteful wife after a bitter fight and tries to cover up the murder. Starring Nigel Patrick.

Wednesday 15 November

10.50 Saps at Sea 1940. Comedy. Director: Gordon Douglas. Stars Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, James Finlayson, Richard Cramer & Ben Turpin. Oliver suffers a nervous breakdown as a result of working in a horn factory. 12.05pm Cheaper By The Dozen 1950. Comedy. Director: Walter Lang. Stars Clifton Webb, Myrna Loy, Jeanne Crain & Betty Lynn. Based on a true story. Follow Frank Gilbreth and his wife Lillian, as they raise their 12 children. 1.55 Buffalo Bill 1944. Western. Director: William A Wellman. Stars Joel McCrea, Maureen O'Hara, Anthony Quinn & Linda Darnell. The story of William 'Buffalo Bill' Cody, legendary westerner. 4.05 Here Come The Huggetts 1948. Comedy. Director Ken Annakin. Stars Jack Warner, Kathleen Harrison, Petula Clark. The Huggetts have a telephone installed, along with a niece who causes disruption when she turns up. FILM OF THE DAY 10.00 Beyond the Valley of the Dolls 1970. Drama. Director: Russ Meyer. Stars Dolly Read, Cynthia Myers, Marcia McBroom & John LaZar. Three girls go to Hollywood to make it big but find only a scene of debauchery, drugs and rock n roll.

FILM OF THE DAY 12.00pm Boy on A Dolphin 1957. Drama. Director: Jean Negulesco. Stars Sophia Loren, Alan Ladd, Clifton Webb and Alexis Minotis. A sponge diver on a Greek island discovers a sunken ship filled with artefacts. 2.15 Behemoth The Seamonster 1959. Sci-Fi. Atomic marine tests cause the resurrection of a dormant sea-monster who then threatens to destroy London.

12.00pm Lilli Marlene FILM OF THE DAY 1950. Drama. Lilli, (Lisa Daniely) the French girl whose song 'Lilli Marlene' is loved by the Germans and the allies alike, is captured by the Nazis and rescued by the British.

Beyond the Valley of the Dolls

Friday 17 November 6.00am Lena Rivers 1932. Drama starring Charlotte Henry, Morgan Galloway and Beryl Mercer. Young Lena, born out of wedlock, goes to live with a rich uncle, but his wife and daughter don't like her one bit. 7.45 Life In Danger 1959. Crime thriller directed by Terry Bishop and stars Derren Nesbitt. A child murderer escapes from an asylum. 9.00 Witness In The Dark 1959. Drama. A burglar murders an old woman but a girl who is blind witnesses" the robber as he flees. Starring Patricia Dainton. 10.15 Ambush In Leopard Street 1962. Crime Thriller. Stars James Kenney & Bruce Seton. A retired thief forms a gang for one last job, A diamond shipment. With good locations and a British cast it's an enjoyable British B film. 12.00pm Clash By Night 1963. Drama. Directed by Montgomery Tully. Starring Terence Longdon , Jennifer Jayne & Harry Fowler. A prison bus enroute to jail is hijacked by a gang determined to free their leader. 2.00 Secret Mission 1942. War. Director: Harold French. Stars James Mason, Michael Wilding, Carla Lehmann & Hugh Williams. British intelligence are sent to assess the German defence of Nazi occupied France. 4.00 King Solomon's Mines FILM OF THE DAY 1937. Adventure.Stars Paul Robeson, Cedric Hardwicke & Anna Lee. Kathy's father is intrigued by the stories about Solomon's diamond mines. So he steals away in the night.

Bundle Of Joy

9.25 Down Among The Z Men 1952. Comedy directed by Maclean Rogers and starring Michael Bentine, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers. Prof. Heart loses a secret formula in the grocery shop.

10.25 Dick Tracy 1945. Action. Director: William A Berke. Stars Morgan Conway, Anne Jeffreys, Mike Mazurki. Police detective Dick Tracy must identify and apprehend a serial killer known as 'Splitface'.

9.50 Gasbags 1941. Comedy. Directed by Walter Forde and Marcel Varnel. Starring The Crazy Gang, Moore Marriott and Wally Patch. A mobile fish and chip shop is accidentally dragged to Nazi Germany.

10.00 The Night Caller 1965. Sci-Fi starring John Saxon, Maurice Denham and Patricia Haines. Aliens need to find mates from another world or they'll become extinct, they start with earth females.

7.45 The Masquerader 1933. Drama. Director: Richard Wallace. Starring: Ronald Colman, Elissa Landi and Juliette Compton. A politician enlists his doppelganger cousin to take his place to ease the pressure of his life.

6.00am Mysterious Mr Davis 1936. Comedy. Businessman Julian (Henry Kendall) invents an important but imaginary partner to stave off his creditors. Stars Alastair Sim.

8.15 Night Was Our Friend 1952. Crime Drama. Missing for two years, Martin (Michael Gough) returns home to his wife who is now with another man. Starring Elizabeth Sellars & Michael Gough.

4.00 The Black Tent 1956. Romance. Directed by Brian Desmond Hurst. Starring Donald Sinden, Anna-Maria Sandri and Donald Pleasence. After the war, a young man sets out in search of his missing older brother.

6.00am Lash 1934. Drama. A moral tale of a millionaire who has a weakling son (John Mills) who fails his father at every turn. One of John Mills' first films.

Sunday 19 November

6.00am Love From A Stranger 1937. Drama. Stars Ann Harding, Basil Rathbone & Binnie Hale. A lottery winner breaks up with her fiancĂŠ and marries a fortune hunter who proves to be dangerous.

2.00 Piccadilly Incident 1946. War. Director: Herbert Wilcox. Stars Anna Neagle, Michael Wilding, Coral Browne & Edward Rigby. A missing Wren returns from a desert isle and finds her husband has a new wife and son.

Saturday 18 November

10.00 Undercover Agent 1953. Crime Drama. An auditor (Dermot Walsh) is caught up in a murder and espionage whilst visiting a company. Starring Hazel Court.

3.45 A Pilgrimage Through Palestine 1944. Director: Philip Brown. Visit Haifa, the Sea of Galilee, Tiberius, Capernium, Jericho, Bethlehem, Jerusalem, and the daily lives of the local fishermen, shepherds and townspeople. 4.00 Cheaper By The Dozen 1950. Comedy. Director: Walter Lang. Stars Clifton Webb, Myrna Loy, Jeanne Crain & Betty Lynn. Based on a true story. Follow Frank Gilbreth and his wife Lillian, as they raise their 12 children. 10.00 The Boston Strangler 1968. Drama. Director: Richard Fleischer. Stars Tony Curtis, Henry Fonda, George Kennedy & Sally Kellerman. When a string of women in Boston start turning up dead, the police launch an investigation.

Monday 20 November 6.00am Shadow of A Man 1954. Crime drama. A town drunk is found dead and the police suspect murder. Starring Paul Carpenter. 7.50 Vicar of Bray 1937. A Julius Hagen Production. Torn from his poor Irish parish to the Royal court in London, the Vicar finds himself appointed tutor to Charles I's young son. Stars Stanley Holloway & Hugh Miller. 9.15 Sailor Beware! 1956. Comedy. Director: Gordon Parry. Stars Gordon Jackson, Peggy Mount, Ronald Lewis & Shirley Eaton. A Seaman gets cold feet about his wedding when his mother-in-law to be takes control. 12.05pm The Night We Dropped a Clanger 1959. A Wing Commander (Brian Rix) is on a mission to find out about the flying bomb. Stars William Hartnell, Leslie Phillips, Leo Franklyn & Liz Fraser. FILM OF THE DAY 2.00 The Beachcomber 1954. Comedy-drama. Directed by Muriel Box and starring Glynis Johns, Robert Newton and Donald Sinden. Drunken womaniser, Ted, is sent to a tropical island by his family where he meets new friends. 4.00 A Kid For Two Farthings 1955. Comedy. Director: Carol Reed. Stars Diana Dors, Celia Johnson, David Kossoff & Brenda De Banzie. A boy, who is heartbroken when his pet chicken disappears, buys a goat believing it is a unicorn. 10.00 Beyond the Valley of the Dolls 1970. Drama. Director: Russ Meyer. Stars Dolly Read, Cynthia Myers, Marcia McBroom & John LaZar. Three girls go to Hollywood to make it big but find only a scene of debauchery, drugs and rock n roll.


012_013_LS855_latesttvmoviepage_L7wed14apr.qxd 09/11/2017 17:20 Page 2

TV LISTINGS Masterchef: The Professionals BBC2, 8pm This is gonna make your mouth water and your throat emit that Homer Simpson noise that means something looks too delicious for words. It’s the professional chefs’ turn to compete, making each challenge shine and guaranteeing Gregg, Monica and Marcus the tastiest jobs in telly.

Grand Designs: House Of The Year Channel 4, 9pm Glorious-looking homes with a watery connection come to the attention of Kevin McCloud and the judges of the prestigious 2017 Royal Institute of British Architects House of the Year. There’s a gorgeous curvy cliff top home, a controversial rustysteel clad home by a river, and a cork-clad house on stilts.

Tuesday 14 6.00pm Latest News 6.30 The Vote Guests from the world of politics discuss local and national issues. 7.00 Rugby AM Alex Simmons hosts a Rugby League Chat Show, offering expert analysis and witty banter on the comings and goings in the world of Rugby League in Yorkshire and the North. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Guy Lloyd's Telly Show Guy finds out what makes people laugh and if they pray. 9.00 AK Soufflé Andrew Kay introduces special guests in this LGBT-focused chat show. 9.30 Queer Say Andrew Kay's look at LGBT news and media from around the world with the help of his studio guest. 10.00 End of the Line (1957) Directed by Charles Saunders. Starring Alan Baxter, Barbara Shelley & Jennifer Jayne. Given a fake alibi Mike robs a 'fence' of stolen jewels. The fence is found dead and Mike is blackmailed. 11.20 Empires, Hippodromes & Palaces 12.00am Noise Reel Extra 12.15 Noise Reel Extra 12.30 Noise Floor 1.00 AK Soufflé 1.30 Queer Say 2.00 Latest News 2.30 Rugby AM

BBC1

6.00pm BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders Ben is left seething by recent discoveries. Gethin's plan does not go how he hoped. Carmel pulls out all the stops to make amends with Stacey. 7.57 BBC News And Regional News 8.00 Holby City Oliver is determined to win funding for his chest wall reconstruction project, but he has a tough decision to make when he realises why Roxanna is going up against him. Morven is faced with a shock from her past when she discovers the identity of Lofty's mystery patient. 9.00 The A Word Drama series. As Joe starts his first day at a specialist school in Manchester, Alison and Paul find themselves questioning how to make decisions on his behalf and unprepared for how he reacts. Louise confronts Maurice about appointing her son Ralph as his new brewery assistant, claiming that he should not be working for Maurice. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.30 South East Today 10.45 Saying Goodbye Documentary presenting powerful testimonies from children who have experienced the death of a parent. 11.45 Life And Death Row 1.05am Weather For The Week Ahead

BBC2

6.00pm Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 Strictly - It Takes Two Zoe Ball talks to the lucky couple who managed to avoid elimination at the weekend. 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Celebrity likely lads from Liverpool, pals Ricky Tomlinson and Micky Starke, are joined by Catherine Southon and Margie Cooper on a rollocking road trip adventure. 8.00 MasterChef: The Professionals See highlights. 9.00 Rick Stein's Road To Mexico Rick Stein continues travelling down the Californian coastline immortalised by Steinbeck, past citrus groves, vineyards that inspired one his favourite movies, Sideways, and into the city of dreams, Los Angeles. 10.00 Motherland Sitcom. A school fundraiser is not Julia's idea of an evening out but somehow she finds herself heavily involved in order to impress a former colleague and new mum crush. Kevin has a battle with the cloakroom and despite Anne's protests, Liz takes care of the bar. 10.30 Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines. 11.15 NFL This Week The latest American football action from the NFL, with expert analysis by Osi Umenyiora and Jason Bell. 12.05am Extreme Wives With Kate Humble

AK SOUFFLE Andrew Kay

ITV1

6.00pm ITV News Meridian All the latest news, sport and breaking stories from across the region with Fred Dinenage and Sangeeta Bhabra. Including Meridian weather. 6.30 ITV Evening News Mary Nightingale presents the latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 7.00 Emmerdale Pollard plays the hero. Rhona's feeling deepens. Robert tries to prove himself. 7.30 International Football Live: England V Brazil Mark Pougatch is joined by Lee Dixon, Ryan Giggs and Ian Wright as England take on Brazil in the second of their high-profile friendlies at Wembley. It is another chance for Gareth Southgate to experiment with his side as he plans ahead for next year's World Cup. Brazil finished top of the South American qualifying table and boast a whole array of attacking talent including the world's most expensive player, Neymar. 10.15 ITV News Tom Bradby presents the latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast. 10.45 Regional News And Weather 10.50 ITV News Meridian 11.00 World Cup Qualifier Playoff Highlights Jacqui Oatley presents highlights of the second legs of the 2018 World Cup qualifying playoffs. 12.10am Jackpot247

Channel 4

6.00pm The Simpsons Monkey Suit. Lisa is arrested when she defies the town's new law on evolution, but a family member unexpectedly saves the day in court. 6.30 Hollyoaks James is suspicious of Ryan's behavior and Grace uses Sami to make Glenn jealous. Jesse prepares for a date with Lisa. 7.00 Channel 4 News Including sport and weather. 8.00 The Secret Life Of 4-Year-Olds Observational documentary series which follows a group of four-year-old children as they meet for the first time. In the second episode, uncover a fascinating world of playground friendships, romances and rivalries. Self-proclaimed "geezer" Harper already has several girlfriends, but has eyes on new girl Ava. How will sassy and confident Ava react to his overtures? 9.00 Grand Designs: House Of The Year See highlights. 10.00 Gogglebox Comedy series in which TV viewers share critiques from the comfort of their sofas. 11.05 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown Jimmy Carr hosts the hit comedy show. Team captains Sean Lock and Katherine Ryan take on Jon Richardson and David Mitchell. Nick Helm is in Dictionary corner with Susie Dent, while Rachel Riley is back on numbers-and-letters duty. 12.10am The Great Songwriters: Music On 4 Victoria Nangle

@latestandrew

Ancient and modern

I

want to see the pyramids, the Sphinx, the valley of the kings, I want to relive the reality of the fantastic histories that I learned of as a schoolboy, the excitement of Tutankhamen, a world of stories heard in a classroom or church, second hand… but I don’t think I ever will. It makes me sad but I have to live with a reality that so many of these wishes are in places that I simply cannot bring myself to visit.

“ I simply do not want to fuel a travel

industry in a country where this kind of homophobia is commonplace ”

Only too often on Queer Say we discuss news from abroad, from countries where homosexual oppression is a day to day reality, a reality that only too often leads to suffering and even death. Cruel death meted out by the pious leaders of faiths where they believe that being homosexual goes against their ancient religious teachings. I have ruled them out as destinations for two reasons. The first is for reasons of safety. I simply fear that being in a country where homophobia laws and attitudes are rife is not an option. Recently we have said about police using LGBT+ online networking sites, they are being used as what we might have once called ‘honey pots’, luring people into assignations that are

dangerous, encounters that can lead to arrest and imprisonment. Well that’s not my idea of a holiday no matter how much culture, ancient and modern, there is to absorb. The second reason is this; I simply do not want to fuel a travel industry in a country where this kind of homophobia is commonplace. I am aware that this of course could have an economic impact on a small country and especially a poor country. Not of course caused by me alone – that would merely be a token gesture – but if the LGBT+ population of the world started to boycott these destinations that would have an impact. Of course there would be collateral damage, the economic impact would affect the whole country, the homophobes and those who do not believe in that oppression, and of course resident homosexuals of all genders, trans, bi you name it. But would that boycott be able to change the world? I’m not sure but it has to be worth a try. I’m not just suggesting that this boycott is just from the LGBT world. I urge the entire world to consider cutting these destinations from their bucket lists, it’s a terrible loss culturally but we need to be safe when we travel and we need also to be respectful of course. But we don’t need to buy into homophobia.


014-015_LS855_TV_wed-thurs-mon_L7wed14apr.qxd 09/11/2017 17:21 Page 1

TV LISTINGS Love, Lies & Records Thursday, BBC1, 9pm Fab new drama from Kay Mellor, starring Ashley Jensen as Kate – a registrar trying hard to keep her work life and relationship together. All fine and good until a disgruntled colleague comes along threatening to expose a secret from Kate’s past. Pesky.

The Apprentice Wednesday, BBC1, 9pm New cars – they sell themselves, right? Looking all cool and with whizz-bang special features, the teams can’t go wrong when one team is asked to create a TV advert and the other to make a digital billboard ad, right? We know the format. Carnage. *pun intended*

Thursday 16

Wednesday 15 6.00pm Latest News 6.30 Democracy Now! Politics and discussion from the USA. 7.00 TerraPura NonLeague Show Lewes v Shoreham. All the latest non-league football news and action from around the region. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Democracy Now! Politics and discussion from the USA. 9.00 The Rosies The Rosies interview Emma Hiwaizi, from the Brighton Laughter Club, and the team tries some laughter yoga for the first time. Jessica explains the word of the day, Radical Feminism. 9.30 Queer Say Andrew Kay's look at LGBT news and media from around the world with the help of their studio guest. 10.00 FILM: The Night Caller (1965) Sci-Fi directed by John Gilling and starring John Saxon, Maurice Denham and Patricia Haines. Aliens need to find mates from another world or they'll become extinct, they start with earth females. 11.40 BFI: Lock Your Door 12.00am Adrenalize

BBC1

6.00pm BBC News At Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. 7.57 BBC News And Regional News 8.00 DIY SOS: The Million Pound Build For Children In Need The team descend on Swansea to build a centre and supported housing for young people in care and leaving care. 9.00 The Apprentice See highlights. 10.00 BBC News At Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10.30 South East Today 10.45 A Question Of Sport Sue Barker hosts the lighthearted sports quiz. 11.15 Junior Doctors: Blood, Sweat And Tears 11.45 The Week The Landlords Moved In 12.45am Weather For The Week Ahead

BBC2

6.00pm Eggheads Quiz. 6.30 Strictly - It Takes Two Zoe Ball gives us all the news and gossip from Strictly. 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip Chesney Hawkes and Debbie McGee scour south east England in search of all things antique. 8.00 MasterChef: The Professionals Gregg Wallace, Monica Galetti and Marcus Wareing present as professional chefs battle to be crowned culinary superstar of 2017. 9.00 Peaky Blinders Period crime drama set in Birmingham. Tommy is estranged from his family and focussed only on business. But when he receives a mysterious letter, Tommy realises the Shelbys are in danger of annihilation. 10.00 The Apprentice: You're Fired Advertising - Cars. Rhod Gilbert is joined by a panel of experts and fans who analyse this week's task. 10.30 Newsnight 11.15 Ireland With Simon Reeve An epic journey around the island of Ireland. 12.15am Harry Potter: A History Of Magic

ITV1

6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Paddy and Chas go public. Pollard is evasive. 7.30 Coronation Street Phelan fields some tricky questions from the police. Zeedan pushes Rana and Kate together. 8.00 Gino's Italian Coastal Escape Tuscany and Lazio. Gino D'Acampo chooses ten gems along the Mediterranean coast. 8.30 Coronation Street Nicola threatens all that Phelan holds dear. Todd begs Billy not to dredge up ancient history. 9.00 Gone To Pot: American Road Trip Five famous faces embark on a road trip like no other when they board a magical mystery bus in the US, to explore the legalisation of marijuana. 10.00 ITV News At Ten 10.30 ITV News Meridian 10.40 On Assignment Rageh Omaar presents the current affairs series. 11.15 Heathrow: Britain's Busiest Airport Documentary series. 12.10am Jackpot247

Channel 4

6.00pm The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Tegan is concerned about Grannie Campbell being back and spills too much information to Jesse. 7.00 Channel 4 News 8.00 The Secret Life Of The Zoo What happens in the lives of the animals at Chester Zoo when no one's looking? The Secret Life of the Zoo finds out. 9.00 Lifers Behind Bars The first half of a ground-breaking twopart documentary series exploring what it's like to serve a long-term prison sentence in Britain, from the moment of sentencing through to release. Filmed over a year with unprecedented access. 10.00 Man Down Sitcom. Dan takes his Behavioural Unit on a historical school trip with desperate hopes of becoming a 'bright light' his troubled kids can follow. 10.30 Greg Davies: The Back Of My Mum’s Head Greg Davies' acclaimed live show. 11.35 999: What’s Your Emergency? 12.35am Pokerstars Championship

BBC1

6.00pm Pointless Celebrities Sci-Fi and Fantasy. A special celebrity sci-fi and fantasy edition of the general knowledge quiz. 6.45 Strictly Come Dancing Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present from the worldfamous Blackpool Tower Ballroom as the eight remaining couples raise their game and take to the floor to impress the judges and the viewers at home. 8.10 Michael McIntyre's Big Show See highlights. 9.10 Casualty A flashback to the secret story of Dylan and his surprise journey with Robyn's ex-fiance Glen. 10.00 BBC News The latest national and international news from the BBC. 10.20 Match Of The Day Gary Lineker presents Premier League highlights, including the north London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham. 11.50 The NFL Show Mark Chapman presents the best of the latest action from the NFL. 12.20am FILM: Man On The Moon (1999)

6.00pm Latest News 6.30 The Vote 7.00 Albion Women Following the Albion Women's team throughout the 2017/18 season. 7.30 Football Fanatics 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Digital Nation The best of Local TV from across the UK. 9.00 Miss Jason's House Party An entertaining game show hosted by the talented Miss Jason where the star-studded panellists, studio audience and TV viewers have to guess a well-known celebrity’s home from a set of video clues. 10.00 FILM: Grand National Night (1953) Crime drama filmed at Nettlefold and a George Minter production. A horse-trainer kills his spiteful wife after a bitter fight and tries to cover up the murder. Starring Nigel Patrick. 11.40 Glimpses: Families Of The World 12.00am British Wrestling Weekly

BBC1

B

BBC1

B

6.00pm BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders Ben makes a brave decision. Louise tries to help Shakil and Bex get back on track. 7.57 BBC News And Regional News 8.00 Room 101 Frank Skinner referees three celebrities as they compete to banish their top peeve or worst nightmare to the depths of Room 101. 8.30 EastEnders Ian is concerned by Kathy's latest plan. Carmel worries about Shakil and asks Kush to find out what's bothering him. Kim makes a surprising discovery. 9.00 Love, Lies & Records See highlights. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.30 South East Today 10.45 Question Time David Dimbleby presents topical debate from Newcastle. 11.45 This Week Andrew Neil reviews the political week. 12.30am Weather For The Week Ahead

6 s 6 T m 7 R D O C t 8 P W a p c c s 9 J F s l f a m r r f 1 P G w p 1 1 S 1 A

Sunday 19

Saturday 18 6.00pm Latest News 6.30 DJ Box Get to know the world of DJing and dance music. 7.00 Albion Women Following the Albion Women's team throughout the 2017/18 season - including game highlights and interviews. 7.30 Football Fanatics More nostalgic football stories looking at the absolute legends of the game. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Adrenalize Highpowered thrills and spills from the world of extreme sports. 9.00 Queer Say Andrew Kay's look at LGBT news and media from around the world with the help of their studio guest. 9.30 Queer Say Andrew Kay's look at LGBT news and media from around the world with the help of their studio guest. 10.00 FILM: Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) Drama. Director: Russ Meyer. Stars Dolly Read, Cynthia Myers, Marcia McBroom & John LaZar. Three girls go to Hollywood to make it big but find only a scene of debauchery, drugs and rock n roll. 12.10am Deliver Us

Children In Need 2017 Friday, BBC1, 7.30pm Hosted by Tess Daly and Ade Adepitan – at least at the start of the night – with highlights, sandwiched inbetween promos explaining why it’s a good idea to give to this worthy fundraiser, including a peek at the Doctor Who Christmas Special, an EastEnders cast singalong, a Blue Peter Strictly special, and more.

BBC2

5.00pm Rugby Union: Scotland V New Zealand John Inverdale presents live coverage from Murrayfield. 7.30 Rugby Union: England V Australia Highlights Lee McKenzie presents highlights 8.30 Dad's Army Getting the Bird. Classic wartime sitcom. 9.00 My Country In the days following the Brexit vote, a team from the National Theatre of Great Britain spoke to people nationwide, aged 9 to 97, to hear their views on the country they call home. In a series of deeply personal interviews, they heard opinions that were honest, emotional, funny and sometimes extreme. 9.55 QI XL Naming Names. Quiz show. Sandi Toksvig kicks off the N Series by naming names with Cariad Lloyd, Romesh Ranganathan, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies. 10.40 David Gilmour: Live At Pompeii Live album and film. 11.40 FILM: Spike Island (2012) Drama set in 1990. 1.20am FILM: Badlands (1973)

ITV1

6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.05 ITV News 6.15 Catchphrase Stephen Mulhern hosts the popular game show. 6.50 You've Been Framed! Harry Hill narrates more home movie howlers. 7.15 Ninja Warrior UK Ben Shephard, Rochelle Humes and Chris Kamara host the fourth heat. 8.10 The X Factor Live The UK's favourite singing competition kicks off its fourth weekend of live shows as the remaining contestants sing their hearts out. 9.40 The Jonathan Ross Show Chat show hosted by Jonathan Ross. Jonathan chats to comedy star Peter Kay, Hollywood star Luke Evans and awardwinning actress and singer Sheridan Smith. 10.40 ITV News 10.55 FILM: Rambo: First Blood (1982) Fast-paced action adventure. Brooding Vietnam veteran John Rambo is pushed too far by the sheriff of a small American town. Starring Sylvester Stallone. 12.40am Jackpot247

Channel 4

5.35pm Grand Designs Property series following householders as they build their own homes. 6.30 Channel 4 News 7.00 Volatile Earth: Killer Hurricanes Documentary series in which scientists analyse some of the most extreme natural disasters. 8.00 First Humans: The Cave Discovery Documentary. A look at an investigation in South Africa that has discovered the remains of an entirely new species of human ancestor. 9.00 FILM: Lucy (2014) Sci-fi thriller. Starring Scarlett Johansson, Morgan Freeman, Minsik Choi Amr. A student starts to display superhuman powers when she unwittingly comes under the influence of a new drug. 10.45 FILM: RIPD (2013) Starring Jeff Bridges, Ryan Reynolds, Kevin Bacon. Action comedy. When cop Nick Walker is murdered by his partner he is snapped up by an otherworldly law enforcement brigade called the Rest In Peace Department. 12.35am The Simpsons

6.00pm Latest News 6.30 Family, Faith And Fun Sarah Hopwood presents show looking at a different emotion every week and how it relates to family life, the Christian faith, and a sense of fun. 7.00 Rugby AM Alex Simmons hosts a Rugby League Chat Show. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Brighton Album Chart Show Probably the coolest music video chart on telly. 9.00 AK Soufflé Andrew Kay introduces special guests in this LGBTfocused chat show. 9.30 Out With Allan Jay Your weekly guide to what's on and where with a behind-thescenes look at LGBTfriendly venues in and around Brighton. 10.00 FILM: The Boston Strangler (1968) Drama. Director: Richard Fleischer. Stars Tony Curtis, Henry Fonda, George Kennedy & Sally Kellerman. When a string of women in Boston start turning up dead, the police launch an investigation. 12.20am Guy Lloyd's 2Minute Telly Show

5.50pm BBC News 6.05 South East Today 6.15 Countryfile Countryfile is in Hertfordshire. 7.15 Strictly Come Dancing: The Results Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present the results show from the world-famous Blackpool Tower Ballroom. 8.00 Blue Planet II Big Blue. Documentary series narrated by David Attenborough which explores the planet's oceans. This explores the big blue, a vast ocean desert where dolphins race to beat the competition and sperm whales must dive 1,000 metres just to feed. 9.00 Howards End See highlights. 10.00 BBC News 10.20 South East Today 10.30 Match Of The Day 2 Mark Chapman introduces highlights from the day's Premier League fixture between Watford and West Ham. 11.15 Ronny Chieng: International Student Comedy. 11.45 Michael McIntyre's Big Show Family entertainment. 12.45am Weather For The Week Ahead

6 W B c t F w t h o 9 S O B i t t c r m 1 S d b e A a t c h 1 D D e c b m 1 L D s 1


014-015_LS855_TV_wed-thurs-mon_L7wed14apr.qxd 09/11/2017 17:21 Page 2

Howards End Sunday, BBC1, 9pm Part two of this four-part adaptation of EM Forster’s novel. Home is in upheavel, as 1907 dawns and the Schlegals are given a move-out date from their house at Wickham Place. Before heads stop spinning from that, Leonard Bast’s wife arrives announcing his disappearance.

Michael McIntyre’s Big Show Saturday, BBC1, 8.10pm Michael is back with a brand new season of fun and silliness, plus music and frivolity. Tonight offers another addition to the list of where to find former politicians who think they’re entertainers, as Ed Balls plays Celebrity Send To All. Plus there’s music from Emeli Sande and comedy from Joe Lycett.

I’m A Celebrity... Get me Out Of Here! Monday, ITV1, 9pm The celebrities set off for camp last night and hopefully will have arrived and munched down on their first meal of grubs and creepy-crawley anxiety. After a sleep they’ve got their first Bushtucker Trial, with Ant and Dec on hand too.

Friday 17 BBC2

6.00pm Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 Strictly - It Takes Two Zoe Ball serves up more backstage gossip. 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip Strictly Come Dancing champions Ore Oduba and Joanne Clifton are hunting for treasure. 8.00 MasterChef: The Professionals Gregg Wallace, Monica Galetti and Marcus Wareing present as professional chefs battle to be crowned culinary superstar of 2017. 9.00 Exodus: Our Journey Continues Following migrants searching for a better life. This last episode follows the fate of Nazifa and her family as she makes a final attempt to reach Germany. It also reintroduces us to Sadiq from the first series. 10.00 MOTD: The Premier League Show Gabby Logan hosts the weekly magazine programme. 10.30 Newsnight 11.15 Ireland With Simon Reeve 12.15am Chris Packham: Asperger's And Me

ITV1

6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Moira is struggling. Tracy is unimpressed with Pollard. 7.30 Acid Attacks: How Scared Should We Be? Tonight Acid attacks have doubled over the past five years and becoming the weapon of choice for some criminals that leave their victims with lifechanging injuries. Fiona Foster investigates. 8.00 Emmerdale Moira opens up. Pollard feels the pressure. 8.30 Paul O'Grady: For The Love Of Dogs Paul O'Grady is back at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. 9.00 Serial Killer With Piers Morgan Piers Morgan meets convicted murderer Mark Riebe, a killer who has confessed multiple times to the abduction and murder of 13 young women along Florida's Gulf Coast. 10.00 ITV News At Ten 10.30 ITV News Meridian 10.40 The Last Word 11.10 Parking Wars Documentary series. 12.10am Jackpot247

Channel 4

6.00pm The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Tegan is concerned about Grannie Campbell being back and spills too much information to Jesse. 7.00 Channel 4 News 8.00 Ugly House To Lovely House With George Clarke Design series with George Clarke. 9.00 Trump: An American Dream Four-part series. The major new four-part series exploring Donald Trump's extraordinary life continues. It's the 1980s and just like the rest of America, Donald is going big. Against his father's advice Donald plunges into the casino business. 10.00 British Workers Wanted Documentary. Recruitment agency Opus Loco, from Bognor Regis, specialise in providing businesses with temporary workers. But with 98% of their workforce from Eastern Europe, the agency now faces a challenge as many are choosing to leave the UK. 11.05 Gogglebox Comedy series. 12.05am Random Acts

6.00pm Latest News 6.30 The Vote Frank Le Duc is joined by guests from the world of politics to discuss local and national issues. 7.00 Moments Of Truth: Sports First-hand stories from sporting events. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Guy Lloyd's Telly Show Guy discovers people's specialist subjects and talks to football fans. 9.00 Tales From The Margins Extra Professor Rainer Schulze presents a series of films looking at issues affecting LGBT+ people around the world. 10.00 FILM: Undercover Agent (1953) Crime Drama. An auditor (Dermot Walsh) is caught up in a murder and espionage whilst visiting a company. Starring Hazel Court. 11.35 Haunted Palace 12.00am Brighton Album Chart Show

Victoria Nangle

BBC1

6.00pm BBC News At Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 6.30 South East Today The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South East of England. 7.00 The One Show: Children In Need Special If it's got Britain talking then it will get talked about on The One Show. Presented by Alex Jones. 7.30 Children In Need 2017 See highlights. 10.00 BBC News At Ten The latest national and international news, with reports from BBC correspondents worldwide. 10.25 South East Today The latest news, sport, weather and features from the South East of England. 10.40 Children In Need 2017 Marvin and Rochelle Humes co-host as the entertainment extravaganza returns to BBC One, with Rita Ora joining them in the studio. 12.30am DIY SOS: The Million Pound Build For Children In Need

BBC2

ITV1

Channel 4

BBC2

ITV1

Channel 4

6.00pm Strictly - It Takes Two As all the couples head to Blackpool, Zoe Ball presents a one-hour special to celebrate. 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. 8.00 Mastermind John Humphrys presents another heat of he classic quiz. 8.30 Only Connect Quiz. 9.00 Extreme Wives With Kate Humble Kate Humble explores three diverse and communities in Kenya, Israel and India to reveal the complex dynamics between men and women. In the second episode, Kate tries to access the intensely private Ultra-Orthodox Haredim in Jerusalem. 10.00 Weakest Link Celebrity Special For Children In Need The Queen of Mean Anne Robinson returns for a special celebrity edition of the Weakest Link for Children in Need. 10.40 Newsnight 11.15 Snowfall John Singleton's hard-hitting drama. 12.00am Student Loan Scandal - Panorama

6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Cain is reflective. Faith feels contrite. 7.30 Coronation Street Rana spends her wedding day thinking of Kate. 8.00 Australian Wilderness With Ray Mears Dampier Peninsula. Ray Mears goes down under to explore the magical landscapes of the southern continent. 8.30 Coronation Street Anna tells Gary about Phelan's latest blackmail. 9.00 Gone To Pot: American Road Trip All aboard the magical marijuana mystery tour for the final leg of the journey through the weird, wonderful and worrying world of legalised weed. 10.00 ITV News At Ten 10.30 ITV News Meridian 10.40 FILM: The Chronicles Of Riddick (2004) Sci-fi action sequel to Pitch Black. Starring Vin Diesel, Thandie Newton, Judi Dench. 12.45am Jackpot247

6.00pm The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.30 Unreported World Foreign affairs documentary series. 8.00 Food Unwrapped Jimmy Doherty, Kate Quilton and Matt Tebbutt travel the globe to uncover surprising secrets behind food. In Scotland, Jimmy finds out how some whisky gets its smoky flavour. In Cyprus, Matt asks why halloumi cheese doesn't melt. In France Kate visits the world's biggest sweetcorn factory to find out how they get corn off the cob so neatly. 8.30 Travel Man: 48 Hours In Stockholm See highlights. 9.00 Gogglebox Comedy series in which TV viewers share critiques from the comfort of their sofas. 10.00 The Last Leg The satirical comedy show hosted by Adam Hills, Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe. 11.05 First Dates Dating reality series. 12.05am FILM: Your Highness (2011)

Monday 20 BBC2

6.00pm Tennis: ATP World Tour Finals Sue Barker introduces live coverage of the final of the ATP World Tour Finals from London, where the best male tennis players of 2017 have been doing battle over the past week. 9.00 Britain's Cycling Superheroes: The Price Of Success? Sir Dave Brailsford and other insiders tell the story of the extraordinary triumphs and recent controversies that have rocked Britain's cycling medal factory. 10.00 Snowfall John Singleton's hard-hitting drama about the beginnings of the crack epidemic in 1980s Los Angeles. Franklin, Leon and Kevin take a road trip to meet Kevin's cousin, who he says can help them. 10.40 Mock The Week Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis host a special edition of the topical comedy show featuring best bits and unseen material. 11.10 FILM: The Lighthouse (2016) 1801. Drama based on a true story. 12.50am Question Time

ITV1

4.30pm Elton John: The Nation's Favourite Song Elton John talks to friend and fan David Walliams about an extraordinary career - and his song writing partnership with lyricist Bernie Taupin spanning 50 years. 6.05 ITV News Meridian 6.15 ITV News 6.30 The Chase Celebrity Special Quiz show. 7.30 The X Factor Live The UK's favourite singing competition continues its fourth weekend of live shows as the remaining contestants sing their hearts out. Dermot O'Leary hosts. 9.00 I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! Ant and Dec return with a new series and a fresh batch of celebrity campmates ready to take on the jungle, but will they all be brave enough to cope with the toughest journey into camp yet? 10.45 ITV News 11.05 Peston On Sunday Robert Peston interviews the key political figures, newsmakers and cultural figures. 12.00am Gone To Pot: American Road Trip

Channel 4

5.20 FILM: Men In Black II (2002) Starring Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones, Rip Torn, Lara Flynn Boyle. Actionpacked sequel to the sci-fi comedy about a top secret government task force set up to deal with unruly extraterrestrials. 7.00 Messages Home: Lost Films Of The British Army Between 1944 and 1946, the Directorate of Army Welfare in India recorded a series of short films called 'Calling Blighty.' 8.00 Guy Martin's WWI Tank Documentary. Guy Martin wants to build a full working replica of a World War One tank. 10.00 Gogglebox Comedy series in which TV viewers share critiques. 11.00 FILM: Atonement (2007) Starring James McAvoy, Keira Knightley, Romola Garai, Saoirse Ronan. Romantic drama. The affair between the daughter of a wealthy family and the son of their housekeeper is interrupted when her younger sister falsely implicates him in a sexual assault. 1.15am The Secret Life Of 4-Year-Olds

6.00pm Latest News 6.30 The Vote Guests from the world of politics discuss local and national issues. 7.00 TerraPura NonLeague Show All the latest non-league football news and action from the region. 8.00 Latest News 8.30 Brighton Lights A roundup of the week's must-see events in Brighton, Hove and beyond. 9.00 Tales From The Margins Extra Professor Rainer Schulze presents a series of films looking at issues affecting LGBT+ people around the world. 10.00 FILM: Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) Drama. Director: Russ Meyer. Stars Dolly Read, Cynthia Myers, Marcia McBroom & John LaZar. Three girls go to Hollywood to make it big but find only a scene of debauchery, drugs and rock n roll. 12.10am Guy Lloyd's 2Minute Telly Show

BBC1

6.00pm BBC News At Six 6.30 South East Today 7.00 The One Show 7.30 Fake Britain Matt Allwright investigates the con men who are trying to get their hands on your money by using fakes, forgeries and frauds, and shows you how to avoid being taken for a ride. 8.00 EastEnders Whitney gets a surprise visitor, causing tension with Woody. 8.30 Would I Lie To You? Rob Brydon hosts the award-winning comedy panel show with David Mitchell and Lee Mack. 9.00 Elizabeth & Philip: Love And Duty As the Queen and Prince Philip approach their seventieth wedding anniversary, Kirsty Young offers a unique view of their life together. 10.00 BBC News At Ten 10.30 South East Today 10.45 Stalkers With access to a national charity that helps protect victims of stalking, this film follows the stories of three victims. 11.45 The Apprentice 12.45am Weather For The Week Ahead

6.00pm Eggheads Quiz show. 6.30 Strictly - It Takes Two Zoe Ball kicks off your weekly fix of Strictly action. 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip Television presenters Anthea Turner and Andi Peters team up. 8.00 University Challenge Another two teams battle it out for a place in the quarterfinals. 8.30 Nigella: At My Table Another serving of irresistible dishes as Nigella shares some of her go-to favourites. 9.00 Labour - The Summer That Changed Everything Film-maker David Modell follows Labour MPs through an extraordinary six months in the life of their party, through the election and its aftermath, as the shocking result changes British politics in ways few of them predicted. 10.00 Insert Name Here Sue Perkins hosts the comedy panel show. 10.30 Newsnight 11.15 Exodus: Our Journey Continues Following migrants searching for a better life. 12.15am Countryfile

6.00pm ITV News Meridian 6.30 ITV Evening News 7.00 Emmerdale Lachlan is confronted. Harriet voices concerns. Debbie evades questioning. 7.30 Coronation Street Sinead jumps at the chance to let her hair down. Michelle tackles Robert about his lie. Colin seeks Moira's help in his quest for the truth. 8.00 The Harbour Documentary series looking at life in and around Tenby Harbour. The harbour community have enjoyed a mixed summer season, but the sun eventually shines and brings a last boost for the harbour businesses. 8.30 Coronation Street Sinead is shaken by Joseph's brush with disaster. 9.00 I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! See highlights. 10.30 ITV News Tom Bradby presents the latest headlines from around the world. 11.00 ITV News Meridian 11.15 Serial Killer With Piers Morgan 12.15am Gone To Pot: American Road Trip

6.00pm The Simpsons 6.30 Hollyoaks Louis and Leela are frantic when baby Daniel goes missing. Mandy worries that Luke might still be drinking. Jack struggles to cope with the loss of Frankie. 7.00 Channel 4 News 8.00 How To Avoid The Dementia Tax: Channel 4 Dispatches As local authorities struggle to meet the huge costs of funding long-term social care, reporter Tazeen Ahmad reports on the so-called 'dementia tax'. 8.30 Tricks Of The Restaurant Trade Consumer series which reveals how customers can ensure that they get the best quality food and service at restaurants across the UK. 9.00 999: What's Your Emergency? Documentary series following police and paramedics at work in Wiltshire. 10.00 First Dates Dating reality series following those looking for love in a restaurant. 11.05 Naked Attraction Dating show. 12.05am A Very British Brothel

Latest 7: No. 855  

More! Contemporary hip hop dance show Fagin's Twist comes to Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, exclusive interview with artistic di...

Advertisement