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All Roads Lead To Rome

23rd April

8pm

at The Marlborough Theatre

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

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the Nightingale presents

All Roads Lead To Rome

CHRIS DOBROWOLSKI

We are delighted to welcome back Chris Dobrowolski (you might remember Poland 3, Iran 2 at the Nightingale Fringe 2011). Part of the Nightingale off-site programme, this performance will be at THE MARLBOROUGH THEATRE.

Chris has lovingly repaired his family Triumph Herald Estate so that he can drive it from his childhood home in Braintree to Rome via Turin where this quintessentially English car was designed.

Part investigation into his father's time as a Polish soldier in the Italian Campaign and part muse on consumerism, All Roads Lead to Rome brings together car mechanics, a road trip, dictators and the fetishisation of possessions in a solo performance using old photos, new film and surprising mechanical objects.

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A simple, effective and intellectual piece, told with warmth and a twinkle.

FringeReview

He takes us from the personal to the political, across a great swathe of 20th Century history, all without leaving the driving seat of the Triumph Herald.****

The Scotsman

Dobrowolski’s one man show is an hour of charismatic storytelling which invites its audience inside the Triumph Herald for a multimedia drive through his life.

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the Nightingale Social # 5

26th March

7.30-10pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
Free (£3 Suggested donations welcome)


the Nightingale presents

the Nightingale Social # 5

Hosted by kicking_k in association with New Writing South and the Nightingale

The Nightingale Social is a monthly mini-conference for Brighton's dramatic types to network (or just mingle) ...

Simply show up, collect a colour-coded badge (to let others know if you're a writer, an actor, a director - or whatever other theatrical role) and allow us to start connecting you. This month will be the last in this venue - to tell you why, there will be a Q+A with the Nightingale's Artistic Director Steven Brett.

A TALK, MOST ERUDITE

25th March

7.30 – 9.00pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£5/£3

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the Nightingale presents

A TALK, MOST ERUDITE

Red Herring Productions

In which we’ll share stories about the eccentric acts and weirdly wonderful performers who have graced the stages and streets of our saucy seaside resort, from the Theatre Royal to the Palace Pier, the twisting Laines to the Promenade.

The evening will include reminiscences from various characters that we have interviewed along the way as well as video clips of the best of Brighton’s entertainers.

Side Shows Rehearsed Reading programme

23rd March

6pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£5

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the Nightingale presents

Side Shows Rehearsed Reading programme

Melody Bridges : #CardiganGirl

The Nightingale is pleased to be working with New Writing South on a new series of Side Shows, rehearsed readings that bring new scripts to life and give you the opportunity to see fledgling work move from page to stage.

#CardiganGirl is a play that sets the question: what happens when porn affects your teenage daughter, your son, and then your marriage? Annabel has lived for years in a cosy bubble but when explicit photos are brought in by to the house on a mobile phone she is forced to confront the reality that modern day life is not what it first seems.

Unexpected Animal / Kindling

21st March

7.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£8.50 / £6.50

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the Nightingale presents

Unexpected Animal / Kindling

Saffy Setohy

The tender movement of mother and son dancers Lois Taylor and Jake Taylor-Bruce reveals the unique unfolding of an on and off-stage relationship seized in the live moment of performance.

Unexpected Animal | Kindling is a poignant, playful and personal double-bill of duets choreographed by Saffy Setohy, using live and found sound designed by Nick Janaway and film by Charlotte Jackman-Bloom to explore a young man’s visceral sense of home and its environment, and a primal relationship on the cusp of change.

beautiful, honest and engaging work...

Audience member

a completely unique experience – joyful and painful – haunts you at a deep, deep level

Audience member

...very powerful....a portrayal of two souls.....very moving

Audience member

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what remains and is to come

19th March

8pm

Dining Room

with post performance discussion

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

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the Nightingale presents

what remains and is to come

Katrina Brown and Rosanna Irvine

An immersive performance installation event with sound by Tim Sayer

Intimate and quietly compelling, What Remains and is to Come invites audiences into the upcloseness of shifting relations between two performers, paper and charcoal.

Inspired by the question of how to treat materials as equals and not as tools for our desires, the performers’ bodies exist as both human and material presences.

Time slows down as the audience moves freely through the space, catching intimate glimpses of increasing relations between materials. The audience becomes witness to a visceral accumulation of haunting images evoking the enduringness of human work, of living, and of dying.

Inventive and intimate … I was left immensely moved, touched on both a personal and universal level

Audience comment

Intrinsic, silent, forceful

Audience comment

The images are somehow non-representational as they capture a process. … a magical accomplishment

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