Company: Pretty Villain Productions Ltd
Venue: Clermont Church & Vestry
3 May 19:30, 4 May 15:00 £11 (£9), 7-8, 13-14 May 19:30 £9.50 (£8), 9-10, 15-16 May 19:30 £11 (£9), 17 May 19:30 £12.50 (£10) [2hrs]Plus booking fee
When the village girls of Salem are discovered dancing in the woods, they turn the accusation of witchcraft back on their accusers. Politically-motivated hysteria grips the town; no one is safe from imprisonment or hanging. One couple struggles to stand above the madness and hold on to the truth. With a growing reputation for its original approach to the production of quality theatre, Pretty Villain bring a promenade approach to Miller’s text that places the audience at the heart of the action.
Venue: Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin
26-29 May, 1 June 20:00 30-31 May 16:15 Free, non-ticketed [40mins]
Join 'LetLuce' for more surreal, anarchic joy. If you like bold characterisation and bizarre subject matter you will have a nice time. Think 'The Mighty Boosh' meets 'The Sisters Grimm'. “Frankly Joyous, together they are dynamite” **** (thegoodreview.co.uk)
Company: Cabaret of the Mind
Venue: Brighton Spiegeltent
21 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [1hr]Plus booking fee
A Catalyst Special: The brain is the ultimate pleasure organ so come and get yours stimulated at events designed to blow your mind. Join Dr David Bramwell as he guides you through the mind of Ideal's Graham Duff, the world of werewolf erotica and the trippy bizarre imaginations of cinematic dream sequences. Be warned, the Catalyst regular nights sell-out early so don't delay.
Company: Simply Soweto Encha
Venue: The Warren at St Paul's Church
24-26 May 18:30 £10 (£8.50, £30 Family Ticket) [1hr]Plus booking fee
Fresh, unpredictable, vibrant music and dance fusion of soul, jazz, doo-wop and R’n’B both in African and popular styles presented by a five-piece a cappella group, formerly known as Africa Entsha. The holders of 2013 Brighton Fringe Best Performance title will be performing new material under Simply Soweto Encha. Be entertained, moved and inspired in Brighton again. Unmissable.