Brighton Fringe 2010
Exciting interactive theatre that takes it back to basics
Heartful and beautiful
An original and impressive theatrical display from the Brighton Swimming Club
Great attention and energy
"strong direction and evocative piece "
A gentle and charming bitter sweet comedy about Sid Lester, a tap-dancing, ex-Vaudevillian performer
A touching and unusual performance in a kitsch living room
"Shakespeare’s classic comedy is fun and vibrant...It has all the right ingredients"
"a very enjoyable and original piece of work"
Bluebeard's story is given a daring new twist
Musical wit so sharp it’s almost in a different key.
An enjoyable show with fascinating local insight
"...a jubilant, life affirming show that should not be missed"
A Masterclass in original sketch comedy
Thomas hits the comedy spot in a touching look at teaching and life
A different cabaret show that gives you a glimpse into the secret world of a cabaret star
Comedy double-act play
Chainsaws, Fire and hammering nails into soft places ...
An exciting production with top quality performances
A very impressive and thrilling-chilling piece
Sizzling and intimate portrayal of master/servant love.
A sizzling production of this classic camp extravaganza
A heartwarming, outstanding musical
A charming theatrical version of a trip through the Sussex countryside
Heartwarming and endearing
The classic Greek myth is given a new dynamic reworking that is not to be missed.
Wonderful, imaginative and too short!
An intelligent & irreverent romp through a little-known episode in the life of Jesus
A one woman show that is good fun to watch.
Improvised comedy from two accomplished performers
Energetic, versatile comedy from a confident young ensemble
A promising, well crafted piece
An intense one man show with pub culture at the heart of it.
A good storyline and sensitively handles the subject matter well.
A stellar portrayal of a jaded, fading star
A brilliantly performed, engaging and poignant story of an unusual life.
A pleasant and uncomplicated show about the Internet and relationships
One man’s year long search for a utopian paradise
Inventive, surprisingly funny, visceral and moving.
A flawed, yet compelling production
Reminisces with melodies, monologues and magic.
A gem of a show
Enjoyable pastiche of film noir
“German” musical parody duo.
High octane sock-based comedy duo
An impressive collaboration that deserves a wider audience
An exceptional physical character piece: touching, fascinating, simply brilliant.
Refreshing Cafe theatre
Part show, part psychological assessment - a thought provoking experience for 2 people.
Haunting account of a journey not taken.
More vibrant and challenging plays that will appeal to everyone’s taste on a lazy Sunday afternoon
A highly enjoyable and funny journey through food, fatness and dieting
An impressive recreation of this cult classic, in a perfectly-matched setting
"highly entertaining and somewhat surreal"
Homer’s epic poem given a brand new lease of life
A feast of fun, from worms to wasps for all the family
Touching, revealing and humorous
Ernest Hemmingway’s classic tale spellbinding to watch!
Sinatra imaginatively re-styled
Rich, evocative theatre that engages children and adults alike.
"quick witted and often hilarious"
A powerful and cerebral one-man study of truth
One of the highlights of my Fringe
The naked truth about loneliness.
A sassy and vibrant take on the current political and economic climate from Tina C!
A taut, gripping production of a timely revival
A sensitive, moving and extremely challenging piece of theatre that draws you in.
Vibrant physical story-telling at its finest.