A unique Fringe experience!
A unique Fringe experience!
Review: Tree Confessions
Innovative, entertaining, meaningful and creative!
A short but extremely satisfying diversion
Review: Migrant Shakespeare
A tremendous idea which works in some parts.
Abstract performance set to a fascinating musical soundscape.
Review: Yin Wee Ceilidh
Braw. Simply braw.
Review: Prelude #1- The Circle
From Quebec- highly satisfying and professional unraveling of gesture and motion in a ritualistic circle
Review: The Brunch Club
A hit and miss look at what achieving a certain age now is like, given the clique culture in post war Britain
An immersive lying down of your fears which ends with you getting up feeling exposed by an innovative theatrical experience.
An unmitigated yell for old-school feminism
Review: Dismantle This Room
Dismantle this space? Yes. This theatre at least can take it.
Review: Funeral Flowers
Strength and determination shine through in this story of a young woman in they care system
Review: The Empty Chair
Interesting play about a serious topic.
A joyous celebration of relationships in all their glorious messiness
Take a moment from your busy day. Now breathe.
Review: Morning Is Red
Not the Last Post for this Thought-Provoking War Story
Review: Notorious Women of Brighton
To Miss This Tour-De-Force Would Be Scandalous
Review: Rear View
Where live street theatre and guerrilla film-making mesh in perfect harmony.
Review: Meeting at 33
An immersive meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous with truth, dignity and power in the performance
A haunting choral journey through the mysterious Newhaven Fort
Big, bold, beautiful, baffling.
Review: Five Short Blasts
A sound-meditation on the water
Fringe theatre at its best. A unique intimate experience with outstanding production values.
Review: Still Here
“If you have the media - please tell to all the people of nation about my country; Is very important.”
Review: One Hundred Homes
Impactful storytelling, subtly provocative!
Review: Dancing in the Dark
Inspired off-centre situationist drama from acclaimed Wired Theatre about family, grief and sexual identities.
Review: The Last Resort
A sinister walk through an unfamiliar familiarity
Review: Operation Black Antler
A very immersive experience exploring undercover police ops
A magical entertainment in an urban woodsy setting!
Meditative and mysterious performance set in the beautiful grounds of Dryburgh abbey
Review: Comfort Slaves
A successful immersive show with strong performances and graphic content
Review: Vacant Possession
An old house in Lewes holds many stories.
Review: PAND 7090
Unreviewable. Unmissable. Highly recommended.
Review: The Wedding Reception
This is a warm and inviting combination of live comedy interactive performance and a delicious dinner - a great night to plan with friends or to even make some new ones
A Site-Specific Audio-Walk Around Barnstaple
A dark, brilliantly immersive exploration of Lewis Carroll and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Review: No Weddings but a Funeral
"It really is great fun."
"characters of Brighton these walks could become very popular"
Intense piece of immersive theatre