Brighton Fringe 2019
A sovereign production: one of Pretty Villain’s finest.
If you can, make this your last stop on the Fringe.
A must-see for anyone who values fine drama.
If this territory appeals, Marsh’s is the show to head for.
a superbly realised piece, vying with Carding’s own outstanding Quintessence.
An unmitigated yell for old-school feminism
A stinging look at modern love and betrayal.
The story of he leper priest of Moloka'i and patron saint of outcasts.
Intimate, funny, moving - a brilliant one-(wo)man show!
If you enjoy Ayckbourn, catch this in Edinburgh.
A Thought Provoking and Sagacious Escapade into an End of the World Immersive Experience
For the play and Sorcha Brooks particularly it’s a must-see.
A play everyone should see – and a first-rate revival.
A strong, committed production of a very fine comedy
The Alford touch is worth a diversion for. Or a trunk call.
“A slick combination of politically driven theatre, dance and comedy with more than a touch of the Blarney…”
In all the flurry of Fringe, don’t miss this gem.
A week in the life of an underground mosquito
How many ensembles can boast of an Ayckbourn first outside Scarborough?
Elvis in Hawaii meets Milton's Paradise Lost
There’s a superb cliff-edge to this outstanding production.
It’s a must-see. Whatever warp factors you have to go through.
The imaginative force, language and unsettled serenity of this work demands a sustained run.
As a storytelling adaptation it couldn’t be bettered. Necessary and uplifting.
An eclectic mix of strange and unusual entertainment
Don’t wait for another West End revival see this one.
13.10 is a good lunchtime to watch a Mam’s legend in.
This is more than a first-rate revival. It’s outstanding. See it.
Find out what happens to these Magnificent Men; for they were, and are.
Written and performed by Jenny Rowe