Lianne Jarrett set up the Press and Marketing Department for Brighton Festival, the largest mixed arts festival in England, in 1985.
The Festival - a programme of innovative dance, international theatre, literature, visual arts, classical and contemporary music, community and children's activities, with world premieres and exclusive appearances - remained a client until 2002. During this time, Lianne Jarrett Associates established and ran the press and media campaign for this entire event.
Coverage for 2001 included:
Boris Godunov – review
Boris Godunov – listing
Ensemble Tozai - feature on Gavin Bryars mentioning Brighton date
Brighton Festival – ‘What’s on When’ listing
High Art - Seaside festival draws on chimneys; black and white picture of Michael Munday on rooftops.
26 – 1 June
Machiko Agano Installation at Fabrica & Textural Space–listings; 1984 – listings; Marlena Shaw – listings; Mirrorman – listings; Orchestre National
D’ile De France – listing
19 – 25 May
Ixion, New Music Players & Bailey, Barb Jungr & Mari Wilson, Machiko Agano, Textural Space, Antony Gormley, DV Entertainment, Blush, Kim
Itoh + The Glorious Future – Listings; Don Weller – ‘Hear This!’ listing; 1984 ‘See This!’ listing; NDT2 – ‘See This!’ listing
12 – 18 May
NDT2 – small article in Dance, colour photo; Spotlight Southeast, Antonio Forcione Trio, Ian Hamer, Ensemble Tozai, Il Re Pastore, Tom Poster,
Apollo Saxophone Quartet, Dido and Aeneas, Galliard Wind Ensemble, Glyndebourne, Philhormonia/Atherton/Maxwell Davies, Maria João Pires,
Tippett Trio, Boris Godunov, Cover Yourself, Who Goes There? – listings
5 - 11 May
Small article on Festival music in Music, colour photo; Festival music mentioned under ‘Classical & Opera’; Joe Lovano – ‘Hear This!’ listings; Parsons
Dance Co – small article in Dance, colour photo and listed in ‘See This!’ Ian Shaw & Claire Martin, Dave Green Trio, City of London Sinfonia/Hickox,
Alban Berg Quartet, Duncan Gifford, Felicity Lott & Ann Murray, Goldner Quartet, Sarah Field, La Traviata, Aina Kalciema, Barbara Bonney,
Children’s Parade, Machiko Agano, Asian Art 2000, Feast For The Eyes, Anthony Gormley, Textural Space, Richard Whadcock, Cover Yourself,
Who Goes There? – listings
28 April - 4 May
Festival - small article in Exhibitions, in particular mentions Japanese visual arts exhibitions - with details in listings, colour photo; Asian Art
2000, Machiko Agano, Contemporary Japanese Textile Art, Frederic Bererd, David Burgess, Francesca Cho, Feast For The Eyes, Antony
Gormley, Renate Grant, Bill Hodgson, Richard Whadcock - listings
Le Martyrdom de St Sebastien - review
Boris Godunov - review
19 Nov 2000
Feature in ‘Escape pull-out guide to arts festivals in 2001’; Moshi Moshi recommended under ‘where to eat’; Brighton shown on map of arts festival
venues; colour photo of NDT2 on front of section, other colour images of Alban Berg Quartet, Barbara Bonney, Nederlands Dance Theatre.
Small Brighton Festival feature under ‘Go See’, colour photo
Boris Godunov - review
Antarctic Symphony, review with Brighton date mentioned
Festival mentioned in article about Japan 2001; Textural Space – listing, plus mention of ‘Japanese authors’ at the Festival
‘Openings’ slot giving overview
‘Strolling players and roving salesmen’. Feature on UK literary festivals including Brighton Festival. Colour image of Maya Angelou
Le Martyrdom de St Sebastien - review
Boris Godunov – review mentioning the Festival, large b/w photo
Parsons Dance Co. – review mentions the Corn Exchance, b/w photo; Brighton Youth Orchestra – review; La Traviata – review
La Traviata listed under ‘play choice’; Adam Phillips, Sophie Marceau, Margaret Atwood under ‘Book events’; NDT2, New Music Players, Ixion, [rout]
Antarctic Symphony, review and date mentioned; Who Goes There? listed under ‘play choice’
By the sea, a festival without peer – roundup article, colour photo
Boris Godunov – review (Moscow, b/w photo of Declan Donnellan, large colour photo, date mentioned
Feature in ‘Britain's Best Literary Festivals’ on Literature and Debate in Brighton Festival
19 – 25 May
New Music Weekend, small article under ‘Classical Choice’ and colour photo of Michael Finnissy
Preview of Textural Space, NDT2 with colour photos;
5 – 11 May
The Drummers of Burundi, small article under ‘World Choice’ mentioning Brighton date, colour photo; ‘Brighton Festival’ mini-article featuring Parsons
Dance Co under ‘The five best productions nationwide’, colour photo, and mentioning Passage.
London List (The Times)
26 May -1 June
Textural Space, David Thomas, Orchestre National d’ile France – listings
19 – 25 May
Antony Gormley, Textural Space, Best Disco in Town 4, Blush, Kim Itoh + The Glorious Future, NDT2, 1984, Bare, Designs for Living – listings
12 – 18 May
NDT2 under ‘The five best productions nationwide’, colour photo; Textural Space under ‘Best shows nationwide’; Apollo Saxophone Quartet, Ensemble
Tozai, Galliard Wind Ensemble, Philharmonia/Atherton/Maxwell Davies, Maria João Pires, Tom Poster, Tippett Trio, Antony Gormley, Rankin,
Textural Space, Boris Godunov, Cover Yourself, Who Goes There?, NDT2, Passage, Dido and Aeneas, Il Re Pastore – Listings
5 – 11 May
Barbara Bonney under ‘The Week in Two Minutes’, colour photo; Machiko Agano, Asian Art 2000, Feast For The Eyes, Antony Gormley, Renate
Grant, Rankin, Textural Space, Richard Whadcock, Brighton Dance Company, Who Goes There? - listings
Vertavo Quartet - review
Boris Godunov – review, b/w photo
Dance Choice listing, mentioning NDT2 and Kim Itoh + The Glorious Future; Vertavo Quartet – listing
Travel article : A walk through Brighton & Hove at Festival time. Maria João Pires, NDT2,Oliver Postgate - listings
Boris Godunov – feature, b/w photo
Maxwell Davies - listing
General Festival, Irvine Welsh, Parsons Dance Co – listings
The Sunday Times - Culture
Boris Godunov – review and small colour photo
Lyric Quartet, Apartment House – listings; NDT2 – listing, colour photo; Noel Fielding under ‘This week, don’t miss’
La Traviata Play Choice Listing. NDT2 listing. Sophie Marceau, Margaret Atwood, Adam Phillips listings under book events. Festival Music listings.
Maria João Pires – listing
Textural Space – review, colour photo Alban Berg Quartet, Barbara Bonney – Critics’ Choice listing
Textural Space & Machiko Agano – Critics’ Choice listing
Brighton Festival Chorus - review
Kim Itoh – review
Contemporary Classical Music Weekend – review
Galliard Wind Ensemble , NDT2 – listing
Ensemble Tozai, Rosemary Lee, Robert Reich, Courtney Pine listings
Tom Poster, Boris Godunov – listings
Textural Space, Maria João Pires, George Monbiot, DV Entertainment - listings
Barbara Bonney, Aina Kalciema - listings
Parsons Dance Co. – review
Boris Godunov – review with Brighton date mentioned, colour photo; Goldner Quartet – listing, Antartic Symphony – review with Brighton date
Carlos Fuentes – listing
Simon Singh, Elizabeth Jane Howard, Felicity Lott & Ann Murray, All-comers Ceilidh – listings
Guide to Best of Bank Holiday Weekends - Brighton Festival paragraph, b/w photo
The Independent Information
26 May - 1 June
Amy’s View, 1984, Marlena Shaw, Orchestre Nationale D’Ile De France - listings
19 –25 May
Brighton Festival, Asian Art 2000, Boris Godunov, 1984, Designs for Living, Bare – listings; Mackerel Fair - What to Do this Weekend; Richard Ford,
Margaret Atwood, Adam Thorpe and William Rivière, Agnes Desarthe and Sophie Marceau, Germaine Greer, Tobias Hill and Robert Edric,
Vertavo Quartet, Kim Itoh + The Glorious Future, John Shuttleworth - listings; Noel Fielding – Gig of the Week + colour photo
12 – 18 May
Boris Godunov, Who Goes There?, Duke of York’s Cinema Programme, East Brighton Park Fireworks, NDT2, DV Entertainment, Arnold Brown
Stands Up, Il Re Pastore, Dido and Aeneas, Jeanette Winterson, Roy Porter, Alberto Manguel, George Monbiot, Terry Waite, Robert Reich,
Adam Phillips, Textural Space, Machiko Agano, Asian Art 2000 – listings; Annie Proulx – Pick of the Week + b/w photo
Children’s Parade, Streets of Brighton, Who Goes There?, Joe Lovano, Ian Shaw & Claire Martin, City of London Sinfonia & Hickox, Felicity Lott
& Ann Murray, Barbara Bonney, Goldner Quartet, Alban Berg Quartet; Brighton Festival – 2 colour photos and paragraph in ‘Going Out’, ‘Event of
the Week’ in Books section + colour photo, ‘What To Do This Weekend’ in Children’s section + colour photo.
The Independent on Sunday
Rosemary Lee – review; Boris Godunov - review
Sticky - listing in Choice.
Textural Space – review, Fright Knight – preview
Travel feature on Brighton & Hove at Festival time, large article with B&W photos
Michael Coveney – review of Brighton Festival including Boris Godunov and review of Lunchtime Concert
Boris Godunov - review
Times Literary Supplement
Boris Godunov review
Evening Standard (Hot Tickets)
11- 17 May
Il Re Pastore – listing
4 – 10 May
Small colour photo of programme on inside cover. Large piece on Festival Highlights in Leisure and colour photo of programme. Mentions Parsons Dance
Company, Boris, Who Goes There, Philharmonia, Courtney Pine, Annie Proulx, Cottle & Austin Electric Circus and Fiveways La Traviata - Listing
27 Sep 2000
Festival seeks aid of Brighton businesses. Article on sponsorship.(no original copy in file) What's on in London
2 – 9 May
Large General article on Festival, including colour images of Parsons, 5-Ways, NDT2,Courtney Pine, and Streets of Brighton.
Small piece on festival highlights with small colour photo.
BBC Music Magazine
Full page on luxury weekend for 2 competition at Brighton Festival with 3 colour photos mentioning opening concert with City of London Sinfonia
and Brighton Festival Chorus, The Grand, and general information on the Festival.
Brighton Festival in Festival feature – no copy available
Photo of Richard Hickox and City of London Sinfonia; classical listings including City of London Sinfonia, Alban Berg Quartet, Felicity Lott, Anne
Murray, Graham Johnson, Barbara Bonney, Tasmin Little, Philharmonia Orchestra, Maria Joao Pires, Dido and Aeneas, Songs and Sonnets, Martyrdom of
Classic FM Magazine
Preview of The Martyrdom of St Sebastien with photo of James Wilby.
Music and Opera Magazine
Rejoice in the Lamb, Dichterliebe (Bonney), Antarctic Symphony, Piano Sonata (Pires), Il Re Pastore, Le Martyrdom de Saint Sebastien listings
Felicity Lott, Ann Murray, La Traviata, Bonney, Il Re Pastore, Dido and Aeneas, Mark Padmore, The Martyrdom de Saint Sebastien - listings
Review of Kim Itoh
Small piece with colour photo in News Extra on Blush
Front cover and 11 pages of features on Brighton including Festival Highlights – Open Houses, Parsons Dance Co., Philharmonia Orchestra, Alban
Berg Quartet, Brighton Jazz Bop, Boris Godunov, Parsons Dance Company
Colour photos Streets of Brighton, Irvine Welsh, Courtney Pine, David Thomas - listings
Feature on Fiveways.
Brighton Festival Article.
Large general colour article entitled Brighton Rocks with listings and small colour photos of Festival highlights.
(British Airways Magazine London-Tokyo)
Brighton International Festival listing (in Japanese)
Paragraph on Nick Dodds’ appointment and small photo.
Fiveways Group – listing kk
general review of Matsuri, with Brighton date mentioned
Small Festival listing under Nation Wide Events
Room Magazine (Ikea)
Small piece and colour photo on Children’s Parade
Spring Tactile textile - Article on Textural Space exhibition plus colour photo.
Homes and Gardens
Mention of Brighton Festival in Diary plus photo. No copy available
30 April – 6 May
Small preview and colour photo of Boris Godunov Who Goes There, Bare – listings
Small article on Garden of Earthly Delights exhibition at Montpelier Hall
Small article about Jewish involvement in Festival incl Brighton & Hove Hebrew Congregation
Small piece on Darren Abrahams singing in Mozart opera Il Re Pastore at Brighton Festival
BBC Food & Travel Magazine
Listing for Brighton Festival under Events for May
review of Matsuri across Britain, including paragraph about Brighton Festival article on Textural Space touring exhibition
New York Times
Brighton Festival featured in roundup of International festivals;
Boris Godunov also featured in overseas publications::L’Express; Trouw; De Telegraaf; De Volkskrant
Radio and Television
Interview with Nick Dodds
Blue Skies - Full programme from Brighton Festival recorded and presented by Peter Nunn; Broadcast from the Friends Centre during the
Poetry Oscars; Interviewees: Nick Dodds, Pippa Smith, also, general atmosphere and activity; Also from Fiveways, at Annalies Clarke’s house.
Live music from Brighton Youth Orchestra; Interviews with the Fiveways Artists.
Book Club – programme broadcast from Brighton Festival with Annie Proulx, James Naughtie and Waterstone’s Festival readers group
Loose Ends – programme broadcast from Brighton Festival; With Ned Sherrin. Featuring: Val Guest, Louise Rennison, Oliver Postgate and Simon
Fanshawe; Music from: Brighton based Blue Hearts, Herbie Flowers and Richard Durrant; Also, comedian: Stephen Grant.
Just a Minute broadcast from Brighton Festival (two programmes). Featuring: Jenny Eclair, Paul Merton, Clement Freud + Julian Clary
Building Stories – Four programmes produced by Pier Productions for Brighton Festival. Broadcast on Short Story slot; Four authors living in
locality were commissioned to write short stories inspired by famous Brighton landmarks (West Pier, Theatre Royal, Brighton Station and
Wykeham Terrace). The broadcasts were made from these locations.
Nightwaves with Paul Allen - Boris Godunov
In Tune – feature on Ensemble Tozai
In Tune - interview with Nick Dodds , Sarah Field and Simon Lepper at start of Festival. Field and Lepper also played three pieces.
Radio 2 Arts Programme
Radio 2 Arts Programme - Interview with Nick Dodds
BBC World Service
Colin Grant’s interviews with: Alberto Manguel, NDT2 and Susana Baca
BBC1 Weekend Watchdog
Filmed from Cottle and Austen’s ‘Electric Circus’
Millennium 7 TV
Fiveways - Filmed at Annalies Clarke’s Open House and interviewed Annalies; Interviewed Helen Grundy at Textural Space and administrator at
Fabrica; Interview with Dave Reeves, Zap Productions on seafront; Interview with Nick Dodds outside Royal Pavilion; Interview with Kim Itoh
Weather from Brighton Pier
h3. British Satellite TV (broadcast around the world, not in England)
Filmed at Textural Space and Fabrica; Interview with Nick Dodds on sea front; Filming of Sarah Field and Simon Lepper Lunchtime Concert at Friends
Centre; General Filming around Brighton
The Martyrdom of Saint Sebastien, David Thomas, Yoram Ish-Hurwitz – reviews
Winner of window display competition with 3 colour photos
Matsuri – preview & colour photo; Mirror Man – preview
Alexandra Wood & Huw Watkins, preview in News Review; Limited Editions & artist Michael Baker & colour Photo, article in What’s On
Theatre and Beyond – preview; Blush – preview and colour photo; Fringe Round – Up; Reviews including Bare & b/w photo; 1984; Umbrella What’s on
Reviews including: Kim Itoh and the Glorious Future; Susana Baca with b/w photo; Touch Two Thousand and One; Umbrella reviews; Fringe Round
Reviews including: Galliard Wind Ensemble; The King’s Consort; Biosphere/Fennez/ Hazard; Apollo Saxophone Quartet & colour photo; Castle
Services provide Japanese Style School dinner; Fringe Round – Up; What’s On
The Mackerel Fair & colour photo; Reviews; Fringe Round Up; What’s On
Discovering Japan Exhibition – preview; JAPAN – HAI! 2001 Festival Window Competition & 2 colour photos; Margaret Atwood and Richard Ford –
Preview; Fringe Round – Up
Reviews including: Terry Waite; Il Re Pastore & colour photo; Passage & colour photo; Fiveways Open Houses & colour photo; Fringe Round – Up;
Reviews including: Spirit of Africa featuring the Drummers of Burundi; Dimitry Alexeev; Boris Godunov & b/w photo; George Monbiot and Adair
Turner; Kami Shibai; Sewer Tours & 2 colour photos; Fringe Round – Up; What’s On.
Reviews including: The Tippet Trio; Boris Godunov – preview & b/w photo; Tansy – preview; What’s On
Reviews including: Loose Ends from Brighton Festival; Spotlight South East & b/w photo; Annie Proulx; Virtual Festival & colour photo; Sixteen
artists exhibit at American Express & colour photo. Previews: Terry Waite & colour photo; Fringe Round-Up; What’s On
Reviews including: Streets of Brighton & colour photos & 1 b/w photo; Barbara Bonney; Sir Peter Maxwell Davies and Philharmonia Orchestra& b/w
photo; Keith Waterhouse; Fringe Round-Up; What’s On
Louise Rennison – preview; Streets of Brighton in East Brighton – preview; What’s On
11 May (morning)
Article and colour photo on Open House, Previews Nicki Jackowska, Brighton Youth Orchestra Ekstasis. Reviews including: Duncan Gifford; Just a
Minute from Brighton Festival; Grab a Ticket; What’s On.
(Evening Final) Reviews: Goldner Quartet, Cottle and Austens Electric Circus with colour photo, Who Goes There, La Traviata, Sarah Field & Simon
Reviews including: Felicity Lott and Ann Murray; Jo Lovano Quartet; Textural Space at Fabrica; Parsons Dance Company; Article on 5 Ways with
B/W Photo; Preview Brighton Youth Orchestra, Ekstasis; What’s On
Streets of Brighton – front page colour supplement; Parson’s Dance Company & colour photo; Open Houses & colour photo; Textural Space at
Fabrica & colour photo – review; Oliver Postgate interview & b/w photo; Giant Silk Flags at Brighton Marina & colour photos; Reviews including: City of
London Sinfonia; Alban Berg Quartet; Irvine Welsh; What’s On.
Young People in Streets of Brighton – preview & 2 b/w photos; What’s On; Pier Productions’ Series ‘Building Stories’ broadcast on Radio 4 from
Brighton Festival – preview & 2 b/w pictures. Reviews including: City of London Sinfonia; Irvine Welsh; Alban Berg Quartet; What’s On.
Children’s Parade & 6 colour photos
Sarah Field Kicks off the Festival! – colour photo, front page. Previews include:Robert Miles to sing with City of London Sinfonia; Ceilidh & colour
Photo; Road Closures for Children’s Parade; The Festival has begun & colour photo of Children’s Parade; Editorial Preview; What’s On.
Small article mentioning Streets of Brighton, Carnival Collective, Zap Productions
Festival 16 page guide with listings, umbrella events and photos; Textual Space article & b/w photos; Piece on Who Goes There? with photos
Article on Brighton Festival, Window Dressing Competition with Japanese theme; Article and photo of trapeze artist at Carbaret Venue Komedia; Advert for
2nd May free 16 page guide to Festival.
Large article in Features on women only art exhibition at Phoenix Gallery with Colour photos; Article on Brighton Festival Umbrella Programme with b/w
Large article Art is Turning Japanese in What’s On with photo of Japanese Textile Art
Large article on Future Theatre with colour photo from Boris Godunov
Article on Young Street of Brighton Project Cactus Kids head for streets with colour photo of children
World Moves half page article on Brighton Festival Dance
Programme & Colour Photo
Percolator pair prove their bubbling over Spring Entertainment – Company Collisions (Sarah Leaver + Tanushka Marah) - a taster of Brighton Festival
21 / 22 April
A towering tribute to an artistic city The Improbable Theatre Company - Sticky erect a huge 3 dimensional tower - a taste of what's to come.
Short Circuit Circus School at EDS, creating website & colour photo preview – Children’s Parade & Streets of Brighton
In Picture News b/w photo of Middle Street Nursery School previewing Brighton Festival events
‘Dramatic shift would be best’ Article by John Parry on direction of Festival under Nick Dodds, plus b&w photo of Nick Dodds. Correction that Michael
Munday designed poster, plus b&w image of poster.
Brigade fired the imagination of brochure designer 1st edition. Article on Michael Munday and Festival poster. East will meet West at action-packed festival
1st edition. Article on launch and forthcoming events. Festival launched with a taste of sushi; City final. Article on launch with 2 colour photos. Salty
designs spike fireman's interest; Article on brochure with colour photos of poster and Richard Wolfstrome.
Front 1/2 page picture and article Dome is delayed to 2002, due to Structural Problems Setback
first read the book, then meet the author. Article on Waterstone’s reading group
New ways to get cash rolling in; Front page article on sponsorship in Business section. Colour photos of Jessica Hepburn and Nick Dodds. Cash appeal
as new arts chief takes over; Article on hand-over from Chris Barron to Nick Dodds and sponsorship with b&w photo.
9 August 2000
New Festival chief aims for a seaside centre to rival London. Full page article on Nicholas Dodds with 3 photos.
7 August 2000
Festival chief’s Brighton switch. Appointment of Nick Dodds. Front page article and colour photo continued within.
Brighton & Hove Leader
Review of Mackerel Fair, front page & colour photo
Reviews including. Streets of Brighton & 3 colour photos. Previews of: 1984; Kim Itoh; Orchestre d’ile de France; Sushi on menu for School Dinners &
Listings for: Terry Waite; Sophie Marceau; Germaine Greer; Kim Itoh; NDT2; Merchant of Venice; Boris Godunov; Antartic Symphony
Preview of Festival in general, Streets of Brighton & Spotlight South East. Listings for Fantasia, La Triviata; Who Goes There? Shakespeare to Go;
Irvine Welsh, Anita Roddick, Keith Waterhouse, Opening Concert & Brighton Youth Orchestra
Small piece in entertainment on Joe Lovano Quartet; Small article on Brighton Festival opening concert and other event with small black and white photo
Front cover: Festival brings touch of Japan plus b&w photo. Bang the drum! Article on launch plus colour photo.
Frontpage article on £21m Dome Opening Put Back
Exploring Authors. Announcement of first meeting of Brighton Festival Waterstone's Readers Group.
H3. Brighton & Hove Leader continued …
29 Sep 2000
Ready to ‘make things happen’ Article on handover to Nick Dodds with b&w photo.
11 Aug 2000
Nick’s the man at hub of Festival. Headline and colour photo on front page. Full article and colour photo within.
Mid Sussex Times
Review of Amy’s View
Review of Il Re Pastore. Preview of Final Concert at St Bartholowmew’s Church
Textural Space - listing
19 April 2001
Festival's Support for New Art Work Small Article about this year’s programme
1 March 2001
Japanese influence on Brighton Festival, Article on launch, also mentioning Moshi Moshi
5 October 2000
Just the Guy for the job. Article on appointment of Guy Walker with b&w photo.
17 August 2000
Article and b&w photo on Nick Dodds.
Day the circus came to town. Article on EDS and Short Circuit plus B&W photo.
Festival Listings in Art Diary, Textural Space, Asian Art, Streets of Brighton; Music Diary: Philharmonia, Ensemble Tozai, Orchestre; D’Ille de
France, Biosphere, Mirrorman, Passage; Previews of Asian Art and Jazz Bop, SEMS, Matsuri, Small b/w photo Marlena Shaw
Festival City - Festival Edition: Upfront, Festival News in brief; Festival Face - Full page interview with & b & w photo of Lisa Wolfe interview with and
large b & w photo of Margaret Atwood; Article and b&w photo of author William Riviere; Article on 'the cream of the Festival's literatti'; Article and b&w
photo of David Thomas (non-classical music); Article on 'alternative' Festival music; Article on 'World Music' with b&w photo of Susana Baca; Interview
with Anton Lukoszieve about 'Apartment House'; Article on and colour photo of Kim Itoh & the Glorious Future; Article on Parsons Dance Company
and b&w photo; Article on Nederlands Dans Theater 2 & b&w photo; Live cinema at the Duke of York listings & b&w photo; Preview of Textural Space
exhibiiton and b&w photo; Article on pianist Maria Joao Pires and singer Barbara Bonney; Sound Setting small article of settings for some of Festival
highlights; Article on tours around Brighton (Festival Umbrella); Article on Fiveways Artists Group & b&w photo; Review of Boris Godunov & b/ w
photo; Review & b&w photo of Bare; Interview with director of Who Goes There? Tristan Sharps & colour photo
Nice Nick: Interview with Nick Dodds with b&w photo.
Review of Fabrica colour photo of Cottle & Austin Circus
Front page colour photo of brochure cover illustrator Michael Munday and small article and inset of brochure design; Double page article covering
Theatre, Dance, Classical & World Music, Opera, Visual Arts, Literature & Radio, Film and Around and about Streets of Brighton, incl. photos of Bare,
Drummers of Burundi, Textural Space, Street Theatre; Small article on history and refurbishment of Dome & management of Dome by Brighton Festival
Festival news with brochure details plus colour photo of Children's Parade.
Brighton Festival has a new boss. Article and colour photo.
West Sussex Gazette
Reviews of Dido and Aeneas; Mostly Monteverdi
Review of Amy’s View and NDT2
Reviews including: Anita Roddick, Aina Kalnciema
Preview of Who Goes There?
Review of Asian Art Exhibition; International theatre mix at the Komedia
Article on New Dance Programmer for 2002 and Brighton Venue for Gormley's work
Festival chief has some gems in the line up; Article on Nick Dodds.
Japanese theme to feast of spectacular festival events; Brief listings details of Dance, Theatre, Classical Music, Opera, Jazz & World Music, Visual Arts
2 November 2000
Article on Nick Dodds.
Front cover colour photo of Blush; General article on Brighton Festival (double page incl 6 colour photos of Streets of Brighton, Bare, Fuentes,
Children’s Parade, and Blush) Extensive listings incl small pieces and colour photos on Theatre and Beyond, Annie Proulx, NDT2, Marlena Shaw, Il
Re Pastore, Fiveways.
Textural Space - Visual Arts Listing; Article on Nick Dodds Appointment and small colour photo; Full colour page of listing highlights for Dance, Drama,
Classical Music, Modern Music, Literature, Film and Children. Incl. 5 small photos.
Front Page colour photo of ‘The Festival City’. Festival highlights incl 2 colour photos & Mirrror Man Competition
Fiveways Open House Article
Full-page article on Moshi Moshi with colour photo; with competition to win tickets to see Kim Itoh and dinner at Moshi Moshi plus colour photo of Kim
Article on Nick Dodds plus colour photo in ‘Who’s Who in Sussex’.
Feb - April 2000
Textural Space. Front page image . 2 long listings with 2 other images within. Back page image with long caption.
Brighton Celebrates Japan A4 sized article on Japanese Highlights at Festival with 2 small pictures
Parsons Review – Sussex university paper
Large section in What’s On Guide: Children’s Parade – preview & 3 colour photos; Streets of Brighton – preview & 3 colour photos; Kim Itoh – preview
& colour photo; Philharmonia – preview & colour photo; City of London Sinfonia – preview & colour photo; Courtney Pine – preview & colour photo;
Drummers of Burundi – preview & colour photo; Boris Godunov- preview & colour photo; Bare – Preview & colour photo; Amy’s View – Preview &
colour photo; Fiveways – 8 colour photos and short piece
Sussex Jewish News
Reviews of Il Re Pastore and Yoram Ish-Hurwitz
Reviews of Creativity and Mental States,
Festival Highlights - previews
Radio and Television
Southern Counties Radio
Daily throughout the Festival, including previews, interviews and reports from events and competitions.
Interview with Nick Dodds to give Festival Roundup
Interview outside Moshi Moshi at Brighton Festival Launch.
Interview with Nick Dodds concerning Dome. Mentioned Festival and Moshi Moshi
Interview with Peter Guttridge Re: Waterstone’s Brighton Festival reading group
Interviews at first gathering of Waterstone’s Brighton Festival reading group.
26 Sep 2000
Interview with Chris Barron and Nick Dodds.
Breakfast show interview with Nick Dodds.
The ‘Juicy Crew’ broadcast live from the following events and did several ‘live reads’ giving updates and raising awareness of what was going on during
Streets of Brighton
26 Sep 2000
Interview with Jessica Hepburn, Nick Dodds and Guy Walker.
Coverage/reviews of a range of events throughout the Festival
21st May 2001
Short interview with Nick Dodds, down the line. Giving overview of Festival Highlights
Live features on Brighton Festival from sea front. Lunch time - featuring Sarah Field saxophonist; Interview with: Gill Kay broadcast on lunch time and
evening bulletins; Evening - featuring: Short Circuit; Children’s Parade – preparation at Woodingdean Primary (pre-recorded), Carnival Collective;
Fabrica – interview with Nick Dodds; Interviews with: Peter Guttridge & Pippa Smith.
Festival Press Launch
BBC South Today
Three separate items, broadcast during the Festival:
Southern Ways Evening & Lunchtime News Featuring: General Festival information filmed around Brighton including details of travelling to Brighton and
Box Office details (short interview with Maxine Hort); Fiveways - filming at Annalies Clarke’s house including busking in front garden; Interview with
Terry Waite. This was broadcast three times
Southern Ways -Evening News featuring: Fiveways Open Houses – interview with Annalies Clarke, and inside Fiveways Public House at Launch
Streets of Brighton – Company Collisions; Poetry in Motion – interviews with children about poetry competition on buses – driving around Brighton.
Southern Ways – Evening News visiting and highlighting: Duke of York Cinema showing ‘best of live cinema’ and Japanese Classics; Gardner Arts
Centre – Who Goes There?; Museum: Textural Space; Interview with Nick Dodds at Moshi Moshi; also mentioned Dome Complex; Lunchtime Recitals
- short interview with Duncan Gifford in Friends Centre; Fretful Federation of Mandolins in Royal Pavilion Music Room