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Brighton Fringe 2016

A Dirty Get-Away!

Brilliantly silly and profound meditation on the nature of memory loss as innocence


A Good Jew

Keenly-anticipated new play by Jonathan Brown breaks new territory; it’s both theatrically challenging and disturbing.


Airswimming

Superb revival of Charlotte Jones’s play abut two women incarcerated for fifty years for bring different.


And the Rope Still Tugging Her Feet

Compelling, downright funny yet tragic true narrative of the Kerry Baby affair of 1984. Caroline Burns Cooke triumphs as writer and actor.


Blackbird

"Intense, revealing, disturbing"


Broken Glass

Superb revival of Miller's late classic. Jerry Lyne's production is one of NVT's finest.


Distortion

Disquieting premiere about sexual abuse torturing the memories of a child, her adult self, and her abuser


East

Sizzling standout revival of Berkoff's first play


Glengarry Glenn Ross

Riveting must-see revival of Mamet's breakthrough play at the Rialto directed by Roger Kay


Groomed

Patrick Sandford's groundbreaking play, acted by himself, of his own childhood abuse, acted alongside a sax player...


Insomnia

Superbly conceived speculative gambit by ZLS Theatre. Prepare to be immersed.


Persona

Clean focused reading by Bexelei Theatre's young talent of Jon Barton's new play on trolling


Sex, Strokes, Death, Denial

Jack Duffel's new play mixes extreme naturalism with verse in a play creatively probing death and displacement in the family


Simon Says

A touching brief play scooped out of the air by two bright students with only a title to go on.


Something Rotten

Scintillating subversive and original take on Hamlet’s unhappy uncle, weighed down by doubts and too many jokers. Beware of complicity.


Sparkleshark

A captivating and engaging piece of transformative storytelling


StrEAT Film “The big city”

it open important issues of our society


The Bald Prima Donna

Spirited pacey revival of Ionesco’s first play, with one stand-out performance and superbly idiomatic one. A perfect introduction to the playwright.


The Bula Loop

A searing but warm-hearted examination of autism in the family.


The Marlowe Papers

A diamond in Shakespeare’s or Marlowe’s ruff? Ros Barber’s novel adapted for the stage, starring vaulting Jamie Martin.


Thorn

Tremendously energised one-man play about an Australian minister's son on a mission, but which one?


Year Without Summer

Fascinating sideling glimpse of Romantic poets and writers through a chaise-long laced with gothic intent.