1 - 31 May 2015
Type of Event:
Company: Bard & Troubadour
Venue: Emporium Theatre
Category: Kids and Youth
25-29 May 11:00 27-28 May 14:00 £9 (£7) (£26 Family Ticket) [1hr]Plus booking fee
Grab your boots and join Jack and his wily cat Puss on a quest to defeat an evil ogre and win the hand of Jack's true love, Princess Joy. Following the sell-out success of 'Thumbelina', award-winning storytellers Bard & Troubadour return to Brighton Fringe with a whirlwind two-man version of this fantastic feline fable. Expect music, puppets and plenty of audience participation! “It was the best show EVER!” (Bryony, age 6)
Company: Rust & Stardust
Venue: The Dukebox Theatre
29, 31 May 15:00 30 May 12:30 £7 (£5) [1hr]Plus booking fee
Orford, the Suffolk coast, 1167. A fisherman hauls up a mysterious catch: a scaly, glistening creature from the depths of the sea. Man or monster? Is the wild man barbaric or simply free from the constraints of society? A tale from English folklore, fusing puppetry and video projections with live action and music. Rust & Stardust is a new Sussex collective combining theatre, puppetry, animation and music, through storytelling, folklore and mythology.
Company: Malcolm Campbell
Venue: MEET: Outside Royal Pavilion Shop
2, 9, 16, 23 May 14:00 £8 4, 25 May 17:00 £8 6, 13, 20, 26-27 May 19:30 £8 3, 8, 15, 22, 24, 29-30 May 21:00 £8 [1hr20mins]Plus booking fee
Exploring Old Brighton Burial Grounds revealing bizarre funerary art and customs, also the terrors of premature burial and body snatching. A tour for the curious, not the squeamish!Tickets also available on the day from tour leader.
Company: Fellowtraveller Theatre Company
Venue: The Rialto Theatre
21-24, 28-31 May 18:30 £9.50 (£8) [1hr]Plus booking fee
Visceral solo show on Sussex-born writer Patrick Hamilton, author of classic plays 'Rope' & 'Gaslight' and iconic novels including 'Hangover Square' and 'The West Pier'. In the late 50s, desperate to escape chronic alcoholism, Patrick turns to electro-therapy. An hour before his last treatment, he surveys the highs & lows of his tattered existence. Writer/ Performer: Mark Farrelly. Director: Linda Marlowe.Post-show talk: Sun 24th May 8pm. Guest speaker: Nigel Jones. Donations to MIND in Brighton.
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