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Brighton Review Team

Our review team in Brighton changes from year to year so it isn’t easy to keep up to date with who is live on the team. Here’s our current line up. If you want to contact a reviewer directly please use the form below.

Alice Booth


Alice Booth has been a theatre producer, performer and has worked in the field of forum theatre in recent years.

Didi Craze


Didi is a midwife, a yoga teacher and a blogger. She’s been involved with FringeReview for over eight years and specialises in reviewing health-related theatre, new writing, feminist, performance art and one woman shows.

Paul Levy


Paul is the founder and editor of FringeReview Brighton as well as a theatre maker. He founded award-winning Rational Madness Theatre, whose recent production of Text was a sell-out at the Brighton Spiegeltent’s Bosco in the Brighton Fringe.

Strat Mastoris


Strat is a regular part of the production team at New Venture Theatre. He writes passionately about theatre, blogs regulalry, is an accomplished photographer,  and is a stalwart member of the FringeReview team


Bill Parslow


Bill Parslow has been a performer, writer and is an established performance storyteller. He’s a core member of the Brighton FringeReview review team but is taking a sabbatical from Brighton Fringe this year and is reviewing over the road at Fringeguru.com

Guy Wah


Guy is an established theatremaker, writer, musician and improviser. a regular reviewer for us in Brighton and Edinburgh. He is founder of Hove Grown

Simon Jenner

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Simon is a playwright and prize-winning poet . He cisurrently writing three plays for The Weird Sisters Theatre Company in Guildford who toured here last year with Crimp’s Fewer Emergencies.

Lisa Douglas

Lisa is a senior dramatherapist, director, teacher and actor for over the past twenty years she has been working with people in a variety of settings from rehabilitation centres, schools, youth services, foster care teams to women refuges and prisons.  She has a 1st degree BA (Hons)  Arts Therapies (Drama) which drew together a significant understanding in dramatherapy, facilitating, acting, directing, human development and psychotherapy.

Andrew Allen

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Andrew is a founder of Cast Iron Theatre and Iron Clad Improv. He has many years experience as a theatre maker, improviser, writer and reviewer.

Philippa Hammond

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Philippa is an actor in both theatre and film. She has starred in numerous plays as well as in the acclaimed film Born of Hope

Rikki Tarascas

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Rikki Tarascas is an award-winning theatre maker and director. He creates immersive theatre and also film. Find out more here

Zelah Senior

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Zelah has many years’ experience in the arts, not only in the UK but also in South Africa, Sri Lanka and the Balkans. She studied English literature and has also worked as a performer and arts maker.

Nigel Nevinson

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Nigel has been an actor for many years. His recent Fringe show about Dickens’ Mr Picwick has toured all over the UK. You can find out more about his impressive acting repertoire here

Tanushka Gill/Marah

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Tanuskha is an internationally recognised theatre maker and director, founder of Company Collisions and a teacher of theatre making.She works with Windmill Young Actors.

John Hinton

John is a writer/director/performer with the rather famous Tangram Theatre, recently playing Marie Curie, Charles Darwin and Albert Einstein in respective shows.

Chris Cresswell

Chris is founder of Voodoo Vaudeville. His recent production, Lost in Transit, was a sell-out hit at the 2015 Brighton Fringe. He is an accomplished clown and teaches performance at the University of Chichester.


Contact one of the review team

If you’d like to get in touch with any of our reviewers, please fill out the form on our contact page and we’ll ensure your message is received. If you leave contact details they will be treated respectfully and not passed on or added to a mailing list.

Our reviewers do not work full time for FringeReview. They are volunteers so the timing and manner of their reply is in their hands and not something we are responsible for. They do however, when they join our review team, agree to abide by our values and review policy whilst reviewing for us.