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A season of work presented with Pink Fringe

Somnambules

4th February

8pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£6/£5

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Somnambules

A work in progress created and performed by Yael Karavan and Tanya Khabarova

Who are we? What are we made of? How many archetypes, characters, energies, moods, memories, experiences and ancestors are moving within us and leading the choices we make in our life?

With physical and visual theatre, dance and site responsive elements, this work in progress is a journey in which everything is possible... Inspired by the 7 deadly sins.

Karavan’s physical discipline is extraordinary. Every pulse and movement count … all is communicated.

Total Theatre

Khabarova is a true master of her art, and a performer completely devoid of vanity.

Edinburgh Festival

www.yaelkaravan.com

“Stranger Than Fiction….”              The Art of Improvisation:  a Workshop
Workshop

29th January

10am-2pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
workshop and performance £25/£20

performance £7/£6

£25/£20

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“Stranger Than Fiction….”          The Art of Improvisation:  a Workshop

Exploring Movement and Vocal Expression with Kate Hilder

A free ticket for the performance is available when you book a place for the Improvisation Workshop!

This workshop is open to every body, whether you are interested in experimenting with new ways of expressing yourself or are a performer wanting to develop your physical and vocal vocabulary – all are welcome. Kate is a certified teacher of Action Theater™, a form of physical theatre improvisation, pioneered by Ruth Zaporah. She has been teaching classes in London and Brighton for the past 8 years. Through practicing simple improvisational exercises, in solo and with partners, Kate will guide participants to find the creative potential of the body and voice, paying attention to the details of our physicality, rhythm, pitch and patterns in space.

“Stranger Than Fiction….”           The Art of Improvisation:  a Performance
Performance

31st January

7.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
workshop and performance £25/£20

performance £7/£6

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“Stranger Than Fiction….”        The Art of Improvisation:  a Performance

Elle Osborne, Tamar Daly, Emma Roberts & Kate Hilder, Jenny Hill & Amaara Raheem

Witness the art of improvisation at Stranger than Fiction, a performance event which takes place regularly in Brighton and London.

Stranger than Fiction presents a range of different approaches to improvisation and supports the taking of artistic risks in performance. Performers in January include folk musician Elle Osborne, dance & theatre artists Tamar Daly and Emma Roberts and members of the Stranger than Fiction Collective: Jenny Hill, Amaara Raheem and Kate Hilder. For full programme details contact Kate at info@katehilder.com

Way Out West
Previews:

24th and 25th January

7.30pm

Dining Room

Performances:

27th and 28th January

7.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£5 (Previews)
£8.50/£6.50 (Performances)

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the Nightingale presents

Way Out West

by The Future Is Unwritten, written by Paul Hodson

Two strangers stand, alone, in a busy pub. They chat as they wait - they seem to know more about each other than strangers could, or should.

A few pints in they’ve touched on the big things in life - creation, happiness, grief, and the small things - mobile phone reception, watered down lager, crisps. And they think that they might be Laurel and Hardy reincarnated… but that’s ridiculous and beyond comprehension isn’t it?

Way Out West by Paul Hodson (Meeting Joe Strummer, Don’t Shoot The Clowns, Brighton ‘Til I Die!) is a surreal, tender and melancholic comedy starring Mike Goodenough and Damien Lyne.

a brilliant show … an audience of big burly football fans, with tears in their eyes, leaning over the threshold at the end to shake the hands of the actors on stage

The Observer on Brighton 'Til I Die!

Glowing with warmth, humour and self-deprecation… sincere and inspiring

The Metro on Meeting Joe Strummer

required viewing for anyone who enjoys funny, perceptive and passionately sincere new writing

Manchester Evening News on Meeting Joe Strummer

www.the-future-is-unwritten.co.uk

The Winter’s Tale

11th, 12th, 13th, 14th January

7.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£8/£6

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The Winter’s Tale

The Barefoot Players

A jealous king with an unsettled mind. An innocent queen. A lost princess. And an unfulfilled prophecy.

William Shakespeare's late romance is a bittersweet tale of love, betrayal and reconcilation brought to life in a new production by The Barefoot Players. 'A sad tale's best for winter...'

The Barefoot Players have energy, passion, skill, and an incredible ability in bringing to life a classic text with real conviction and believability that you feel like your there. There is not one bit of this production that has not been carefully thought about and solved with ease.

The New Current

www.barefootplayers.co.uk

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