Last update: 2012-09-03

Birdy Man – Tim Bat

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2012-09-03 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
I often wondered who the guy was behind the bird whistling man who walked the streets of Brighton. I recently had the pleasure of spending 50 minutes with him – and this is what I found… PS: Look out for The Tim Bat Trick Show at The Old Courtroom (Church Street) during Brighton Fringe 2013…


Kemptown Carnival 2012

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2012-06-11 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
A montage of people enjoying the Kemptown Carnival, Brighton, UK. Andy gets a custard pie in the face and finds out what a positive experience this can be… Film by Andy White…


Dirty Scavenger – Hanging Gardens of Brighton – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-06-11 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
Dirty Scavenger chats about her music, her life and performing at the Hanging Gardens of Brighton, the finale party to the Brighton Fringe 2012. Film by Andy White…


Rodrigo Kerr – King Lagoon’s Flying Swordfish Dance Band – Hanging Gardens of Brighton – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-06-11 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
Rodrigo Kerr of King Lagoon’s Flying Swordfish Dance Band talks about his band and performing at the Hanging Gardens of Brighton, the finale party to the Brighton Fringe 2012. Film by Andy White…


An Interview with Jonathan Brown, The Last Lunch – Best New Play – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-06-08
We recently spent a pleasant and some what hilarious afternoon chatting and drinking tea with Jonathan Brown in his garden. We talked about him receiving the New Writing South / Brighton Fringe 2012 Best New Play Award. We went on to discussed his winning play, The Last Lunch, the inspiration behind it and his theatre [...]…


Brighton Fashion Week 2012 – An Interview With Lizzy Bishop, Director/Founder – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-06-08 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
Lizzy Bishop the Director and Founder of Brighton Fashion Week talks about it’s origins and what exciting things to expect this year. Film by Sarah Chambers…


Trouser Wearing Characters – Rose Collis – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-06-08 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
Rose Collis talks about her latest production, Trouser Wearing Characters, and the history behind it. Film by Sarah Chambers…


Final Week – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-05-29 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
We talk to Julian Caddy, Brighton Fringe MD at the Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings and Damian Barr, Curator and Host of the venue, then we take a look at all the Cultural Olympiad’s Dip Your Toe project and all its bathing machines. This video was 3 of 3 that appeared on the Independent [...]…


For Families – Week 2 – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-05-29 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
We chat to Julian Caddy about the hundreds of shows for families at Brighton Fringe this year, before having a look at The Hurly Burly – Brighton Fringe’s first ever family dedicated venue. This video was 2 of 3 that appeared on the Independent Newspaper website. Film by Sarah Chambers…


Week One – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-05-29 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
We speak to Brighton Fringe managing director Julian Caddy about the first week of Brighton Fringe, take a look at some exciting new performance spaces and take in the atmosphere at Fringe City. This video was 1 of 3 that appeared on the Independent Newspaper website. Film by Sarah Chambers…


The Marlborough Theatre – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-05-21 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
Tarik Elmoutawaki and David Sheppeard chat about the Marlborough Theatre, it’s programme for the Brighton Fringe 2012 and the Dip Your Toe project. Film by Sarah Chambers…


Kissing The Gunner’s Daughter – Grist To The Mill, Dip Your Toe – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-05-21 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
Dorothy Max Prior and Isobel Smith talk about Grist To The Mill’s production, Kissing The Gunner’s Daughter. This production will be performed in one of the Victorian style bathing machines for Dip Your Toe during the Brighton Fringe 2012. Film by Sarah Chambers…


All Fingers and Thumbs – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-05-15 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
David Weedall talks about his new black comedy and we get a sneak preview of one of the scenes from the play. Music by David Weedall Film by Sarah Chambers…


Headcase – Touched Theatre – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-05-11 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
I chatted with Beccy Smith and Darren East of Touched Theatre about their forthcoming production, Headcase. It’s the first time anyone’s given a name to my furry microphone wind cover – from now on, it shall be kown as Gordon (more likely Brown, not the gofer). From the headcase website: Combining tabletop puppetry and object [...]…


The Department of Unreliable Memoirs – Stillpoint Theatre, Dip Your Toe – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-05-09 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
Emma Kilbey of Stillpoint Theatre told us about The Department of Unreliable Memoirs. This production was created and will be performed by Emma and Rachel Blackman in one of the Victorian style bathing machines for Dip Your Toe during the Brighton Fringe 2012. Film by Sarah Chambers…


Puppet Paramour and Sock Puppet Side Show – Boogaloo Stu, Dip Your Toe – Brighton Fringe 2012

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2012-05-09 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
Boogaloo Stu explains all about his Puppet Paramour and Sock Puppet Side Show, which will be taking place in one of Dip Your Toe’s six Victorian style bathing machines. Look out for him in his brightly coloured hut at various location around Brighton during the Fringe. Film by Sarah Chambers…


Dip Your Toe – Bathing Machine Build – Brighton Festival Fringe 2012

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2012-04-10 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
Steven Brett, Artistic Director of the Nightingale talks about Dip Your Toe, a large scale arts event, produced by the Nightingale with Brighton Fringe and The Marlborough Theatre, to take place in the streets of Brighton to celebrate the Maiden Voyage of Lone Twin’s, The Boat Project. This spectacular event will see the creation of [...]…


Knock Knock – Antik – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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2011-05-27 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
We talked with Rosalind Georgeson and Clare Halstead, of Antik about the premiere of their first production Knock Knock. Film by Sarah Chambers…


#22: Acampada Brighton

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2011-05-25 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
I first noticed an encampment on the Old Stein yesterday. Today I spoke to Carlos Genova, a resident of the camp, about what it’s all about. It goes under several names including Spanish Revolution and Global Revolution – but I like the Twitter tag – #AcampadaBrighton (apparently this is going on in many countries across [...]…


The Cock & Tail Inn – Driftwood Productions – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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2011-05-25 :: andy@wireworldmedia.co.uk
Nick Green and John Scott Cobb of Driftwood Productions chatted to us on the set of their 70′s themed pub comedy, “The Cock & Tail Inn”. Film by Sarah Chambers…


#19: Richard Stamp – developer of the iFringe app

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2010-05-14 Length: 17m 6s
I spent some time with Richard Stamp in Pavilion Gardens Cafe. Richard and his team developed the iFringe app for the iPhone. He talks about ...…


#18: Brighton Marathon

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2010-04-18 Length: 36m 40s
Yikes! Brighton's first marathon. So in my usual style I sauntered through the relevant streets soaking in the atmosphere of this historic event. The actual winner ...…


#17: Giovanni sings Elvis

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2009-10-02 Length: 5m 55s
I was in one of my favourite cafes this morning, La Gigo Gi, and found Giovanni, the owner, playing guitar and singing away - ...…


#16: Youth Arts Fringe Launch Night

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2009-05-04 Length: 11m 2s
I take a walk around the Youth Arts Fringe Launch Night at The Old Market Place, Hove . Many thanks to Sarah Pain and crew ...…


#15: Nelly Mystic Warrior plays the Sitar

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2009-04-22 Length: 8m 51s
Yes, I know I'm always hanging around Pavilion gardens and the last episode was from Pavilion Gardens but I've been trying to interview this guy ...…


#14: Trance Music in Pavilion Gardens

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2009-04-16 Length: 12m 32s
Another mesmerising treat here with Didgeridoo, Hang Drum and Drums played to perfection. We are so lucky to have folks like this performing publicly and ...…


#13: Starting Over Show

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2009-04-14 Length: 22m 55s
The Starting Over Show took place on Sunday 15th March 2009 at the Ship Hotel in Brighton. Here I talk to Suzy Miller, the lady ...…


#12: Stop Starbucks!

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2008-09-22 Length: 34m 2s
I speak with Louis Loizou who is heading a weekly protest against Starbucks who opened in St. James Street, Kemptown despite the council turning their ...…


#11: Anston House Protesters

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2008-01-11 Length: 31m 51s
In June 2007, to the anger of many Brighton residents, developers arrived on land next to Anston House, Preston Road, Brighton and bulldozed about ten ...…


#10: Brighton Earthship

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2007-09-16 Length: 28m 26s
Mischa Hewitt (http://www.lowcarbon.co.uk/) takes Andy on a tour of the Brighton Earthship. Imagine a building that heats itself during the winter, cools itself during the summer, ...…


#9: Pride 2007

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2007-09-10 Length: 28m 56s
Andy does his best to get a feel for Pride even though he arranged to go visit his in-laws on the day - Wooooops! http://www.eventfulbrighton.org…


#8: Ingenious at the University of Sussex

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2007-06-15 Length: 26m 58s
Meet a guy who regularly performs a three point turn - with an atom! Learn how to measure the charge separation in a neutron - ...…


#7: Hang Drum and Didgeridoo Music

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2007-06-09 Length: 7m 39s
Strolling along Gardiner Street in the North Laines, I heard these two guys producing an amazing sound, they were Danny and Matias, who call themselves ...…


#6: Brighton Festival Reviews 2007

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2007-05-31 Length: 14m 48s
Opinions and thoughts on some of the acts in the Brighton Festival from two of our reviewers Jo in Brighton and Lee in Shoreham. Listen ...…


#5: Greedy and The Pros from Dover at the Udderbelly

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2007-05-25 Length: 22m 18s
The Udderbelly is a big, blue, up-side-down cow that tours the country attending various festivals including our very own Brighton Fringe Festival. I had the ...…


#4: The Streets of Brighton

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2007-05-13 Length: 52m 18s
The Streets of Brighton took place on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th May. Enjoy an outdoor period drama, giant prawns doing a striptease, lively outdoor ...…


#3: Queens Park – May Day in Albion

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2007-05-09 Length: 7m 36s
On the first Sunday every May, Queens Park in Brighton becomes host to a bunch of May Day celebrations from green-clad nymphettes doing fertility dances ...…


#2: Fringe City

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2007-05-07 Length: 22m 7s
With mike in hand, I venture into Jubilee Square to capture the essence of Fringe City. I meet a man wearing a judge's wig, a ...…


#1: Children’s Parade

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2007-05-05 Length: 3m 8s
The children's parade opens the festival every year. This year the theme was inventors and inventions and over 70 schools from in and around Brighton ...…


The King’s Face – Iambic Arts Theatre – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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I spoke to Steven Young (Director), Graham Rowe and David Trosko of The King’s Face playing in the Fringe at the Iambic Arts Theatre. A lively interaction ensued that gives us some splendid insights into story behind the play.…


Jessica Fostekew – Luxury Tramp – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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We spoke to comedian Jessica Fostekew before the first performance of her show, Luxury Tramp at the Quadrant this Fringe. Jessica talked about performing in this years Fringe and the inspiration behind her latest show. Film by Sarah Chambers…


Melvin Brown – Soul To Soul – Komedia – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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Melvin Brown gave a preview of his show, Soul To Soul (I have a dream), at Fringe city. We caught up with him after his performance and asked him about his forthcoming show at the Komedia and found out a … Continue reading …


The World’s Biggest Pompom – Brighton Fashion Week – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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Brighton Fashion Week breaks the record for the World’s biggest pompom in Jubilee Square, Brighton. Music by The Morning Orchestra Film by Sarah Chambers…


Duncan Sibbald – Keep Taking the Tablets – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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I chatted to Duncan Sibbald who wrote and produced Keep Taking the Tablets – a moving and funny play about mental health and mental health services. Duncan told me about the story and inspiration behind the play which is based … Continue readi…


Mark Restuccia – Kiss Yourself – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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Comedian, Mark Restuccia chats to Andy White about performing his latest show, “Kiss Yourself”, in the Fringe, and the inspiration behind it. Film by Sarah Chambers…


Kevin Shepherd – Caronicle – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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Comedian Kevin Shepherd talks to Andy White about the inspiration behind his latest show, Caronicle Film by Sarah Chambers…


Kemble’s Riot – Adrian Bunting – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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I speak to Adrian Bunting – playwrite and author of Kembles’s Riot which is playing at the Old Court House as part of the 2011 Fringe. On December 20, 1808, the original Covent Garden Theatre was destroyed by a fire. … Continue reading <…


Matthew Highton’s Shadowed Vagary – Quadrant – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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We spoke to comedian Matthew Highton after his first performance of Shadowed Vagary at the Quadrant.…


Underbling And Vow – ‘Ave A Banana – Marlborough Theatre- Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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A preview/review of Underbling and Vow performing their Music Hall time travellers knees up at the Marlborough Theatre.…


Preview – The Importance of Being Ernest at the Iambic Arts Theatre – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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Highlights of a scene performed by the Barefoot Players of Oscar Wilde’s, The Importance of Being Ernest, from the preview at the Iambic Arts Theatre…


Neil By Mouth – Neil Cole – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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Neil Cole talks to Andy White about performing his latest show, “Neil By Mouth”, for this years Fringe. Neil also reminisces about a past Fringe performance and gives his unique view on comedy.…


The Spy and the Femme Fatale – David Weedall – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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David Weedall talks about his latest production and we get a sneak preview of one of the scenes from the play. Music by David Weedall…


Youth Arts Festival launch – Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

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I spoke to Sarah Pain and others at the launch party of the Youth Arts Festival at the Jubilee Library in Brighton.…


Chi Kung in the Community – Ele Denman – Brighton Fringe Festival

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Ele Denman explains all about Chi Kung and how she is bringing it into the Community for the Brighton Festival Fringe. Music by We are Swift Film by Sarah Chambers…


#21: Jon Barrenechea of the Duke of York’s Cinema

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Andy speaks to Jon Barrenechea, manager of the Duke of York’s Cinema in Brighton, who tells us about the history of the cinema, the ledgend of the roof legs, and how to join the cinema.…


#20: Sam Chara – street opera performer

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I met Sam on New Road last year – I was attracted by her superb opera style singing (which I could hear several streets away). I made the firs tpart of the recording last year, and the second part of … Continue reading &…


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