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Company: Brighton Rep Theatre
Venue: Brighton Rep Theatre at The Globe
25 May, 1 June 15:00 £7 4-5, 14, 18, 23, 30 May, 2 June 19:00 £7 10 May 20:30 £7 [1hr30mins]
The victim of a joke, a chance encounter with another side of life, revenge, spite. What would make a perfectly ordinary human being commit an act of unspeakable evil? Neil Labute tells stories of seemingly harmless, ordinary people pushed to extraordinary acts by chance encounters with what life has to offer. What will life push you to do?
Company: Tanglehead Productions directed by Rikki Tarascas
Venue: Clarendon Centre
17-18, 24-25, 29-31 May, 1 June 19:30 £14 (£12) [3hrs]
A cult novel by Charles Webb,a classic film starring Dustin Hoffman,a hit of the sixties,now Benjamin's disastrous sexual odyssey is brought to life in a stage adaptation by Terry Johnson. Following their productions of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest last seen at The Komedia,and Faustus the Imaginarium Tanglehead are back with another Cult Classic directed by Rikki Tarascas.Come dressed for Benjamin’s Graduation Party. Meet his family and friends. Party Hats Welcome.
Company: Philomena Harmsworth
Venue: New Steine Hotel, Bar and Bistro
Category: Visual Arts
2-31 May, 1-30 June, 1-16 July 11:00 Free, non-ticketed [10hrs]
That deep aching noise rumbles from his verydepths, from his rich, crimson depths. Erupting.Black dots on a page: a type of dialect and hiswhole persona transforms them. Through their playing they converse with each other, synchronising their cues by looks. Vibrating and reverberating with the contact of the bow. The scene is a furnace.
Company: ST Enterprises
Venue: Purple Playhouse
5, 8-12, 24, 26, 29, 31 May 17:00 £10 (£8) 1 June 17:00 £12.50 (£8) 22, 23, 29 May 20:00 £10 8-9, 15-16 May 20:00 £10 (£8) 4, 10-11, 17-18 May, 1 June 20:00 £12.50 (£8) [2hrs5mins]
A new play based on the boy who inspired an iconic literary masterpiece. He returns to Venice as a grown man to unravel the mystery behind the chance encounter with the acclaimed writer, Thomas Mann, twenty-five years earlier. A feast for the senses and the spirit and homage to Thomas Mann and Luchino Visconti. Music by Gustav Mahler. www.returntovenice.co.uk
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