Acting and Creating a Character

Acting and Creating a Character

As a performer myself, I eagerly awaited this workshop, convinced that I would leave The Warren on that damp, soggy day a better actress – or at least with a few hot tips on character embodiment... 

Man Up, Jonny Fluffypunk

Man Up, Jonny Fluffypunk

A poignant, defiantly lo-fi expedition to the heart of late-onset responsibility and the struggle for self-belief, with a nationally renowned stand-up poet, a cardboard suitcase and sock puppets... 

Tea at Five

Tea at Five

This one-woman show is compelling, moving and funny. Led deftly by the skilled Meg Lloyd, we are treated to moments from one of the most-well known lives in history: Katharine Hepburn... 

Casting the Runes

Casting the Runes

Let’s see: an alchemist receives a bad book review and enacts his revenge by first driving the reviewer mad and then making him commit suicide. This does not look good for me. Luckily there are many positive things to say about this adaptation of the classic ghost story by M... 

The Revelations

The Revelations

Combining powerful physicality, song, word and live music, 'The Revelations' invites you on a journey in which one man evokes the realms of myth and navigates through other worlds to find his sense of belonging... 

5 Kilo Sugar

5 Kilo Sugar

What would you do if your late grandfather started appearing in your life through people you know or randomly meet? In a theatrical mockumentary style '5 Kilo Sugar' follows the story of Gur Koren, who is sent on a mission that begins with sugar smuggling in the Second World War and ends in the bed of a junior lecturer of Eastern European history... 

Hansel & Gretel

Hansel & Gretel

Once upon a tea time, there lived a very strange witch in the woods. When Hansel and Gretel are worried about their father, they set off to pick strawberries to cheer him up. Soon, distracted by the beauty of the forest and after playing for too long, it gets dark and Hansel and Gretel are lost! Through hunger, hope, cruelty and courage, Hansel and Gretel go on a journey to escape the very strange witch and to find their way home... 

Mike Wozniak: Master of Disguise

Mike Wozniak: Master of Disguise

New stand-up show being previewed ahead of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe by this Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee (2013), **** (Sunday Times), **** (Chortle), ***** (Daily Express), **** (Telegraph)... 

Tamar Broadbent at The Warren

Tamar Broadbent at The Warren

Following her five-star debut 'Almost Epic' in London and Edinburgh, Tamar Broadbent hits Brighton with a brand-new musical comedy show. Join Tamar on a quest of self-discovery filled with disastrous dates, dangerous baths and disappearing grandpas... 

Gavin Osborn: Slightly Tattered Heart

Gavin Osborn: Slightly Tattered Heart

Gavin sings songs whilst playing an acoustic guitar. Hardly groundbreaking stuff. But it is funny, moving, uplifting and beautiful. Like meeting a long-lost love on a train and then slipping in the aisle on a banana... 

Music in the Dark

Music in the Dark

Acoustic guitar duo JP & Xochitl bring you their unique and haunting sounds: a fusion of Arabic, Spanish and Gypsy music. The sequences in the dark will wow your senses. An experience you will want to relive! Much more than a performance, Music in the Dark is about feeling sound in its purity... 

Waves

Waves

An intimate solo theatre piece about the woman who invented the butterfly stroke. Combining new writing, highly expressive storytelling together with delicate movement and humour, the work promises to delight audiences young and old... 

Philosophy Garden

Philosophy Garden

An inspirational day of storytelling events. ‘Stories for Children’ and ‘How to Tell Stories: Workshop for Adults’ by Fleur Shorthouse. Stunning Drut’syla Storytelling from the Jewish Tradition by Shonaleigh Cumbers... 

'Bud' by Nick Darke

'Bud' by Nick Darke

Bud by Nick Darke is a one-man show that was originally written for the RSC and performed in 1985. The writing is slick, Neil Sheffield’s performance is engaging and the play fits well in the beautiful Burrow at The Warren... 

Vincent Goes Splat

Vincent Goes Splat

In the atmospheric nest that is ‘The Burrow’, a good crowd of us are introduced to our storyteller, friend and comic of the night, Wil Greenway. He weaves us two tales – his own and that of the eponymous Vincent - in a world of contradictions, unbelievable lies and the odd goose or two... 

The Colin Hoult Shows

The Colin Hoult Shows

Master character comedian and star of 'Derek' and 'Being Human' performs all his critically acclaimed, sell-out, weirdly wonderful comedy shows, fresh from his hit Radio 4 series. Featuring bizarre, yet familiar characters, stand-up, song and sketches... 

Hansel & Gretel

Hansel & Gretel

No child forgets the story of the witch, the breadcrumb trail and the gingerbread house in the woods. Join Hansel and Gretel’s journey through hunger, hope, cruelty and courage to find their way home... 

The Tom Show

The Tom Show

A family-friendly one man variety spectacular, with magic, circus skills, comedy and a stunt bunny called Stu. 'The Tom Show' has something for everyone! "A magical act…Real fringe gold" ***** (Broadway Baby)... 

Rob Auton: The Sky Show

Rob Auton: The Sky Show

A show about the sky and the things in it (you know, clouds, birds, weather, etc.) by poet/comedian Rob Auton. This show is suitable for people who have seen the sky and enjoy looking up... 

Bob and Jim: Sex Fire

Bob and Jim: Sex Fire

Hold on to your hats, it’s Bob and Jim! “This offbeat duo’s updated take on vaudeville is a delight”(Fringe Guru), “Laid-back and on-point” (Three Weeks), these “old pros” (Chortle) deliver “charming buffoonery that is impossible to resist” (The List)... 

Rob Auton: The Sky Show

Rob Auton: The Sky Show

Like Rob Auton, I’m Yorkshire born and bred so I speak as I find. So let me say from the outset that The Sky Show is as ace as a deck of cards missing all its cards save for the four aces... 

Tea at Five

Tea at Five

Tea at Five is a wonderfully detailed, informative and enjoyable monologue that delves into the career of the late, great Katharine Hepburn; the memorably boisterous, hard skinned actress who left her mark on golden-age Hollywood...