Brighton Fringe 2016
Brilliantly silly and profound meditation on the nature of memory loss as innocence
Superb revival of Charlotte Jones’s play abut two women incarcerated for fifty years for bring different.
There is a story, but we can't remember the details.
Deftly structured, evenly paced, informative and entertaining, Crème de la Crem is a must see for anyone who'd like a great funeral.
Inspired off-centre situationist drama from acclaimed Wired Theatre about family, grief and sexual identities.
Disquieting premiere about sexual abuse torturing the memories of a child, her adult self, and her abuser
Patrick Sandford's groundbreaking play, acted by himself, of his own childhood abuse, acted alongside a sax player...
Showstopping numbers stud this heartwarming, touching new play with numbers by Liz Tait.
Bold, loud, passionate and engaging – poetry for the masses with a wonderful energy
A well-produced show that holds the attention and provides plenty of laughs along the way.
Clean focused reading by Bexelei Theatre's young talent of Jon Barton's new play on trolling
"it's full of joie de vivre and a real pleasure to watch."
Four interlocking narratives tell women's experience through the 20th century
Jack Duffel's new play mixes extreme naturalism with verse in a play creatively probing death and displacement in the family
Scintillating subversive and original take on Hamlet’s unhappy uncle, weighed down by doubts and too many jokers. Beware of complicity.
A searing but warm-hearted examination of autism in the family.
Advice on how to sex up your life and your period appendages sets tongues wagging for a second year in this warm comedy from Alpha males to a wicked Omega-
Tremendously energised one-man play about an Australian minister's son on a mission, but which one?
Profoundly silly and farcically serious show with just the kind of anarchy that offers coke to audience members. Contains brief and ghastly nudity.
23 reasons to see this refreshing and engaging show