1 - 31 May 2015
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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: BurntOut Theatre
Venue: The Dukebox @ St Andrew's
5-6, 26-27 May 19:30 7 May 14:15 £8 (£6) [1hr50mins]Plus booking fee
Muscovado is the scorching new play by Matilda Ibini about slavery in 19th Century Barbados. A heady mix of sexual intrigue, piercing choral music and extreme racial tension, Muscovado provides an unflinching portrayal of life on a sugar plantation in 1808, accompanied by an original musical score and atmospheric soundscape. “A truly visceral experience.” **** British Theatre Guide“This isn’t theatre for the faint-hearted – it’s gruelling stuff. Go if you can.” **** FemaleArts.com
Company: David Sheppeard
Venue: Marlborough Theatre
5-6 May 20:30 20-21 May 19:30 £9.50 (£7.50) [1hr]Plus booking fee
I am making a show about my dad, but I don't want him to see it.In Hard Graft David Sheppeard investigates how much can change between one generation of a family and the next and the lengths we go to bridge the divide. A performance about reluctant fathers and wayward sons set against the backdrop of the occasional mining disaster and the fading industrial landscapes of South Wales.Produced by Faith Dodkins.Outside eye and Mentor, Stacy Makishi
Company: The Jest
Venue: The Warren: Theatre Box
23-24 May 17:30 31 May 20:30 £9.50 (£8) [1hr]Plus booking fee
Stars of BBC Radio 4’s Sketchorama and New Acts of the Year finalists, The Jest are bringing their critically acclaimed debut sketch show to the Brighton Fringe.Prepare for seemingly innocent observational sketches with dark, subversive twists. And Maggie Smith.The Jest are a five-person sketch group. For their 2014 debut Edinburgh Fringe show at the Pleasance Courtyard, they received critical praise for their unique brand of “intelligent, inventive and absurd” (The List) sketch comedy.
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