A moving and powerful performance in four pieces by a group of talented dancers.
Devised storytelling and physical theatre combine to create a series of rather unconvincing everyday encounters in Yes No Maybe.
The Common Land is a stark one-man show which recounts a coming of age tale set in The Fens, in language that is raw and brutish.
366 Days of Kindness is the uplifting story of one woman’s journey through a leap year, doing something kind for a stranger every single day.
A house reverberating with the sounds of different generations; different times – joined together by the walls around them.
I left Lead Pencil and Friends still wiping tears of laughter from my cheeks.
Come Rhyme With Me provided a warm atmosphere, shared food and most importantly, some truly talented poets.
Meet Freddie Hammond (Simon de Cintra), a bank manager who wakes up to find the proverbial rock has become a reality - to be precise – a large boulder blocking his drive and prev…
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.
Perfect comic timing, razor sharp writing and the most dynamic and talented performers I have seen in a long time.
Elegant, bold and beautifully choreographed, Square Peg Theatre will take your breath away with Forwards and Backwards.
A bright and dynamic performance of Kafka’s Metamorphosis, this is an impressive piece.
What is it like to sustain a relationship if one of you is dead? Bath Street Productions hurl themselves into this ambitious topic, with a quirky and playful approach.
This is the holy trinity, well acted, well directed and well written.
Lyrically charged filth mingles with sex, violence and perfectly executed mime, By Moonlight Theatre return with their original twist on Steven Berkoff’s East.
Should he go to heaven or face eternal damnation? The audience decide in this fresh and raucously funny musical.
Quirky and engaging, this one-woman show tells the painful tale of coming of age.
Brighton’s Extraordinary Mystical Heritage Tour only partially lived up to its name.
Join the magical world of explorative illustration at Hove’s very own Boxbird – a name which conjures up the playful content of this little gallery.
Interactive musical theatre sounds like my idea of a bad dream, yet I was pleasantly surprised.