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Brighton Fringe 2012

15% of the Seagull

Well paced, plenty of laughs


A Dirty Martini with Evelyn Waugh

The roaring 1920s is the theme, parties parties and bright young things..


A Right Pair

Hilarious and touching


A Séance with the Ogden Sisters

Astral comedy with a laugh-aloud aura


Birdy

"a simple story told with immense energy"


Blonde Poison

Gail Louw's powerful play examines the motivation of evil.


Bug

A visceral and intense drama of paranoia and distorted reality.


Cheer Up It May Never Happen

A beautifully British one-woman show.


Coward at Sea

A rare gem” indeed!


Cult of the Wrong

A fearless, funny and absurd theatrical experience.


Deckchairs

Slightly bright and slightly breezy


Faulty Towers The Dining Experience

Consistently hilarious, a worthy new episode


Fever Pitch

This adaptation scores a comedy hatrick


Fleeto / Wee Andy

Honest, powerful and richly theatrical


Forever 27

" sweet, funny and at times sad"


Good Time Charlie’s Got the Blues

Full-hearted and powerful journey into a fading star


Head Full of Red

Bottles full of potential


Hedda Gabler

a well crafted adaptation


Krapp’s Last Tape

The simplicity, the economy of structure of the play, is stunning.


Mauve New World

Three glimpses into what the future might have in store for gay people.


Murphy’s Legacy

a spirited entertaining comedy with some lovely highlights, and pig-racing


Not, Treasure Island

Set sail and walk the plank into a ferocious sea of hilarious mischief and nautical shenanigans.


Pinter’s Victoria Station and Family Voices

a bold, intelligent, skilfully acted production that shines a new light on these vintage Pinter shorts


Rachael’s Cafe

Involving and well constructed


Radio

High octane solo show


Scrublands

‘A man who doesn’t know he’s in prison can’t escape‘.


Soldiers’ Wives by Sarah Daniels

Fine writing, a fine performer.


Something Fishy

A delightful solo performance of an amusing family comedy.


Standards

Sharp, impressive writing,


The Alchemist

A successful revival of a classic satire


The Cheeky Chappie

There'll never be another central performance as good as this


The Importance of Being Earnest

"very fine theatre fare"


The Lover The Wife

An intriguing look at romance with a difference


The Lover, The Wife

An impressive sophisticated French comedy, skilfully played.


The Prayer Meeting

An original, well acted and hilarious depiction of man's desperate attempts to get God's attention.


Trouser-Wearing Characters

"entertaining and accessible "


Two-Headed

An intense two-hander


Watch the Birdy

a captivating crescendo


What About Samuel?

A highly entertaining comedy drama


White Rabbit, Red Rabbit

If George Orwell had written stand-up comedy about Pavlovian conditioning, it would have sounded a lot like 'White Rabbit, Red Rabbit'.


Who Did I Think I Was?

A crisply delivered one-man two-hander


Winston On The Run

Engaging Churchillian romp!