Brighton Fringe

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Brighton Fringe 2007

Believe

Soaring text and a masterful performance as Old Testament heroines re-imagined for today


Bite-size

Plays and food, a winning combination


Bite-Size (second show)

An innovative concept that not makes theatre accessible to a wider audience


Brecht on Magic

Magic, socialism and a lot of humour


Carol Cleveland – War Baby

An engaging and moving evening


Cassandra

Strong performances in a engaging take on the Cassandra myth


Death by PowerPoint

Deft humour from Rational Madness


Gamarjobat

Silly, splendid, street theatre by penguins with Mohicans


George Dillon’s Gospel of Matthew

An awesome and inspiring evening


Googled Out

Vacant bodies slumped at the keyboard - the computer generation


Hamlet

The best production of Hamlet I have ever seen


Hysteria

A wacky and well crafted comedy


Idyll- a comic lament

A charming and lively piece, which uses physicality and text


James Dean is Dead …

Long live James Dean


Lady Boys of Bangkok

Cavorting, lady-boy Cabaret


Lunatics

Overall, breathtaking, intense, and impressive physical theatre


Mein Gutt

A pot-belly full of mirth from a master story teller


Queen of the Slaughter

A display of virtuosity in music and movement that uses stage and stagecraft with detailed precision.


Radio

Heartwarming storytelling in an impressive one-man show


Road Safety

A physical and unique exploration of relationships


Sweet Panic

A young company successfullly performs this thought-provoking comedy


The Beast of Taylor Mac

A fantastic evening of glitz, songs and humour


The Caesar Twins

Mind-blowing physical stunts by creepy identical twins


The Confessions of Punch and Judy

A breath of fresh air and a slap in the face


The Devil Chess: a Burlesque

An enthralling Burlesque


The Little Girl who was too fond of matches

A great performance but too many words.


The New World Order

A medly of short political plays by Harold Pinter


The Treason Show

The usual high standard of satirical sketches and great songs


This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen

A rich, if deeply uncomfortable seam of human history with real life accounts of the Nazi’s concentration and labour camps


Waking

An intimate and intense meeting of a woman and her past, well staged and impressively performed


What I Heard About Iraq

Powerful theatre that reports with real punch verbatim the Iraq Conflict


Wildwood Park

Simply staged, powerfully evocative version of Doug Wright's psychological thriller, exploring the seductive draw of the macabre.