Company: Wired Theatre
Venue: St Barnabas Vicarage
3-5, 10-11, 17-18, 24-26, 31 May 17:00 4, 11, 18, 25 May 15:00 3, 5, 10, 17, 24, 26, 31 May 19:00 £8.50 (£7) [1hr15mins]Plus booking fee
May 1914. War is imminent. Suffragettes threaten public buildings; moving pictures are the latest craze. All are welcome at Minnie’s – be they fugitives or spies. But why is one man staying in the ladies’ boarding house?Wired Theatre presents a unique vision of life in pre-First World War Brighton in this original promenade production staged in a rambling Victorian Vicarage. It offers the opportunity to wander and watch as intriguing stories unfold behind closed doors and curtained windows.
Company: Unique Brighton Walks
Venue: MEET: Brighton Town Hall/Rear of Thistle Hotel
3-5, 10-11, 17-18, 24-26, 31 May, 1 June 13:00 £7 2, 5, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 26, 30 May, 1 June 19:00 £7 [1hr40mins]Plus booking fee
Historically and visually interesting city centre pub walk. Not a dedicated pub crawl but we will sample a couple en route. Drinks not included. Over 18s only please.
Company: Chickenshed Theatre
Venue: Marlborough Theatre
24-26 May 18:00 £9 (£7) [1hr10mins]Plus booking fee
Inspired by the life story of Zimbabwean Christopher Maphosa who left his homeland at the age of fourteen to join the revolution against white rule. Live and breathe his dramatic journey from innocence to escape, and finally the return to his homeland to witness Mugabe’s greatest betrayal. An extraordinary tale, both funny and warm as well as brutal and shocking. ***** (What's On Stage 2014), **** (London Evening Standard 2013)
Company: Cameryn Moore/Little Black Book
14-17 May 21:00 £10 (£9) [1hr]Plus booking fee
From the award-winning creator of 'Phone Whore'… A raw, real exploration of Cameryn Moore’s very sexual life. How did it feel? What the hell was she thinking? And how will it affect tonight’s hook-up? For mature audiences.“a study in vulnerability that manages to achieve catharsis and healing through a talented performance... not a show for... the faint of heart, but those who stay will be in for a touching performance and one heck of a show.” (The Marble, Victoria)Best of Fest, Winnipeg Fringe