A twisting, taut psychological drama.
Rachel will never forget Mary Day, the damaged local legend.
After their sell-out Brighton Fringe 2018 run, Ariel Company Theatre are back with a double-bill of two hard-hitting and contemporary plays.
Four lonely souls in an economically depressed mining town, left without social net and support, share dreams and regrets with a silent witness, hoping to regain their pride.
Back by popular demand and with new material!
The hilarious and sometimes unfortunate results of wrong or mangled messages and mistaken identity, all mixed up in some very human s…
Are you black or white.
No one talks about the parents.
Exciting new play exploring mental health and depression, by Women in Black Productions and Skyers Productions.
Follow the adventures of ‘The Fairy Prince’ as he tries to prove to everyone that he is a Prince! The only problem is that nobody knows where the crown is.
Ariel Company Theatre are proud to make their Brighton Fringe debut.
Following a successful debut in 2017, we’ll be taking another trip to ‘Grace Eyre Street’ to meet some new characters!
A showcase of live short performances made by artists with …
An evening of new and exciting work from students nearing the end of their acting training at Strode’s College.
I’ve always been partial to a bit of prestidigitation.
Mix stunning magic, baffling illusions and cheeky comedy with a young, energetic, enthusiastic magician and what do you get?
‘Miraculous Magic’ is a brand-new magical experience fo…
An iconic performance by all involved in the unnerving Fast.
‘Spin City’ by Karen Bartholomew
The original Greek tragedy of Medea was by Euripides, but Jean Anouilh’s 1947 version is fantastic and many thanks to the Wretched Strangers theatre company for choosing it as th…
A tag team of five young women play a young British black woman.
The Little Creepers by Charlotte Bell is a debut show that explores the trials and tribulations of a teenage girl with schizophrenia in the 21st century.
A showcase of live performance and film made by artists with learning disabilities from Brighton & Hove and beyond.
Harry Harrington leads an ordinary life; family, friends and a good education.
One Board Man is one
of the most unique shows I have ever seen.
Revered in India for centuries, known as the Lord of beginnings, the remover of obstacles and the one who is worshipped first.
Kate Winslet soaking wet, porcelain thrones and dancing sausages.
Statistically, January is the month in which tickets to musicals sell best, largely due to the miserable weather and post-Christmas blues.
If you’re a budding ecologist who also has a love of physical theatre, Terabac is the show for you.
Young people get a rough deal, what with social media, normal media, parents, general education (nice one, Michael Gove), friends and worst of all, old people.
Lindsay, Kells, Maria and Lee have just got back from Nicky’s funeral.
A country at conflict with itself, torn between it’s culture and the growing need for democracy, turns to its often-absent King to save them, but does he even care?
Now those clos…
Wake is an original new work written and
directed by Kevin Wilson who has brought his company over from the Isle of
Wight for their first ever Fringe and indeed first foray off t…
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