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Trench Brothers

Trench Brothers

Trench Brothers opens with a lone Indian Army First World War soldier walking slowly in spotlight through the audience. Above the stage sit over 100 primary school children, flanked on both sides by other primary school children. Two other Indian Army soldiers sit on the bare stage with traditional Indian instruments: Tabla drums and Sitar; below them is a full orchestra… 

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Crucible
Crucible

Something pungent was bubbling away on the cauldron, centre stage, when I took my seat on the grassy knoll last night… 

Edinburgh Preview: Suzi Ruffell & Jen Brister
Edinburgh Preview: Suzi Ruffell & Jen Brister

Suzi Ruffell loves doing stand-up - and it shows. It was previously her hobby, but now it’s her job she has a new pastime: trolling on the internet… 

Frankenstein
Frankenstein

When SISATA was formed in 2012 they originally focused on the re-telling of Shakespearean plays, but they've always followed the central aim of bringing 'classic stories to life'… 

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5 Brighton HorrorFest Shows To Sink Your Teeth Into This October

5 Brighton HorrorFest Shows To Sink Your Teeth Into This October

Welcome to our top 5 picks from the third year of Brighton HorrorFest, the spooktacular celebration from Sweet of all things that go bump in the night.  

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Dracula

Dracula

He appears like a fog, but only at night, lusting for blood… and fearing daylightThis Halloween, join TRUESTORY for an evocative, thrilling and haunting tale of a cursed man’s eternal search for true love and world domination.Set in the atmospheric Spire, this new adaptation of Bram Stoker’s chilling classic by Gary Sefton combines physical, fast-paced storytelling with the company’s bold and exciting style. 

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Trench Brothers
Trench Brothers

Trench Brothers opens with a lone Indian Army First World War soldier walking slowly in spotlight through the audience… 

The Raven and Other Nasty Poems
The Raven and Other Nasty Poems

Paul Voodini’s The Raven and Other Nasty Poems brings to life (and Death!) classic Gothic and Victorian poetry of a decidedly macabre nature! Expect to hear tales of ghosts, witches, death, and the terrible fates that await naughty children! Darkly humorous, immersive, and told with a twinkle in the eye, you have never experienced poetry like this before! 

The Worm King
The Worm King

An audio drama performed live and scored, produced by the team behind the podcast series Whisper Through The Static…