Brighton Fringe 2013
Outstanding and life-affirming.
Alternative realities of Anton Chekhov
A good idea in a tricky venue
Both funny and moving - doesn't miss a trick.
"Definitely worth a look ... moments of genius."
Makes your heart leap and your feet busy!
Tour de force high-octane one woman show
Inventive, creative and atmospheric
Charming, gentle and engaging.
Surreal and entertaining gallop through aspects of religion and philosophy. Includes jokes about solipsism.
Affecting and relevant
When you write someone a letter - it's personal...
"Fast, witty and furious two-hander"
Sharp, witty and dark.
"I came out warmed and charmed"
a one woman performance art – confessional – manifesto, that is a strange mix of autobiographical detail, feminist theory, advertising imagery, slap-stick and charmingly lo-fi home-made music.
An evening of musically accompanied performance poetry.
One of a series of entertaining gin-related talks from the Scottish distiller.
Well worth double parking for.
Volcanoes change the planet - they can change your life, too.
A stunning portrayal of one woman’s search for her homeland using song, dance, poetry and stories.
A beautiful piece of work. Funny, gently shocking and charming.
A cleverly conceived and well-acted two-header.
Florence Leon astonishes
Straight talking and gory
An brilliant adaptation of Jane Austen’s humorous novel with puppets
A double-header mix of stand-up, amusing routines and a short radio play by two comedy professionals.
"recommended for the stand-out acts"
Outstanding for all the right reasons
"convincing and engaging "
Disturbing, as all good visionary theatre should be.
Perfectly imperfect, truthful and inventive
The Devil’s own house band play twisted tunes to curdle your soul.
Fine singing, evocative and sweet
Two hours of storytelling genius
An evening of musical virtuosity by a pair of award-winning performers.
The classic music drama written by Neil Bartlett and Nicolas Bloomfield
A fascinating and enjoyable stroll featuring local history, tea and cake
Life, the Universe and Everything
A psychological drama with a difference
Power comes at a price, but who is willing to pay it?
Exactly what it says on the tin..
Very funny physical, verbal and mental romp though the Oyssey
A story of women and astronomy
Brilliant psychological feats and magic.
"something strange and worthwhile"
A highly impressive selection of short plays.
Fascinating, funny, true, and really informative, life of a call girl.
"some very good acting, a few moments of gold"
A warm and inspiring evening of wonderfully daft nostalgic hippy escapism
In the mind of the fantasist, the real and the fanciful become dangerously blurred.
A thought provoking and unsettling human story, with strongly crafted images.
Witty, smart discussion on science and religion.
The stage version of the film of the book.
A part-mime adaptation Nikolai Gogol’s tale of aspiration, sacrifice and despair.
A modern, physical theatre interpretation of Chaucer’s classic tale
A soft-shoe shuffling tribute to one of the world’s greatest musicians.
Intense staging of a rarely-seen Joe Orton play
Rip-roaring, tremendously entertaining, very accessible version of the Taming of the Shrew for all.
An hour of delightful tricks
A bleak World War One fantasy epic with puppetry and an impressive musical score.
Pickwick brought to vibrant life
A one-man masterclass in tragi-comedy.
A physical, musical, family friendly version of Shakespeare's play The Tempest.
A mash-up of two erudite salon events.
Deft storytelling with subtle theatricality.
Universal issues of love and loss inspired by The Seagull
Vintage pop perfectly kicks off the Five Pound Fringe.