Brighton Fringe 2022
A thoroughly absorbing play whose polemical agency is none the less tempered by the people it’s refracted through.
Bonkers brilliance. Cocky couldn’t have been premiered with two more stunning actors, and the author’s flawless stepping-in remains remarkable.
Exceptional, both as dramatic writing, design and performance.
A film censor navigates turbulent times in his work and at home - a comic one-hander with some horror thrown in.
Brand new show by performance makers Jon Haynes and David Woods
There’s no greater writer/performer working in Brighton, or Sussex, and Spirit of Woodstock Parts I and 2 is Jonathan Brown’s most dazzling show to date.
Chittenden’s done a great service not only to Mary Shelley’s novel, but to the way we imagine. And Amy Kidd’s exemplary.
There’s a great act struggling out of this blissfully baggy monster.
An immersive ghost story
The latest play by Brian Mitchell (Lord God, Ministry of Biscuits) and Joseph Nixon (The Shark is Broken)