Brighton Fringe 2008
The home town debut of Robert Cohen's cleverly crafted and admirably performed ‘melanchomedy’ from Monkeydog productions
A hilarious Victorian Melodramatic Comedy!
"...a well-performed show that served as great introduction to the theatre for the young audience and proved to be equally entertaining for adults as well."
You would be hard pushed to find a better storyteller or more informative and entertaining drag show in this year's Fringe.
"Around the World...seems to be a victory for style over substance"
An excellent concept that fails to live up to its true potential
An engaging mix, the strong writing and performances make this a must-see
The premiere of a subtle and humorous examination of the human experience
"...an interesting social document regarding the civil rights movement and the transitory nature of celebrity"
"...a very entertaining couple of hours"
This inimitable drag performer delights the crowd but breaks no boundaries
An intriguing and novel premise
"...his consistent wit is truly impressive, as is his gift for improvisation."
Rich, subtle and first-class all around.
The Japanese duo return with more japes and slapstick humour
An engaging and intense series of interwoven monologues
"A penetrating look at the surface of things."
A hilarious dissection of modern romance
A Users Guide
More evidence that burlesque is slowly taking over the world... or at least Brighton.
An entertaining audience with the infamous Robert Maxwell
A beautiful and haunting site-specific performance
Hilarious improvised comedy muscial
"...well executed piece of theatre, that tells a good story simply."
A recommended excursion for the family.
"...a very potent and memorable piece of theatre"
Chris Fittock’s hypnotically poetic drama starkly examines the nature of love in a world desecrated by hate.
These pieces certainly raise some vital questions.
A very watchable and well presented drama
A physical and unique exploration of relationships
A witty and wonderful story about death
"...wonderfully sketched characters"
"...a really enjoyable and colourful hour of theatre."
"...an interesting experiment"
"...funny and entertaining, with a bit of the cerebrals thrown in for good measure"
"This is a five star show to watch more than once."
This play faced a formidable challenge doing justice to a woman of such stature.
Definitely ones to watch
A jaw dropping spectacle
The only interactive 1930s office theatre. Part-time audiences required with good and bad typing skills.
"The Tall Tales of The Terrible Infants is an absolute delight of a show..."
High energy acrobatics, beat boxing and break-dancing
"...a hugely likable comedian who has found a perfect way to combine his talents."
"...this reviewer was certainly left wanting more."
Quirky, poetic and darkly fundamental insight
Captivating from the outset