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How to Get Published

June 10th

7:30PM

Tickets:
£7

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Bookstock, the Brighton Book Festival (June 9-12)

How to Get Published

Isabel Losada

An informative, realistic and entertaining evening with author Isabel Losada (100,000+ copies sold, translated into 16 languages). Isabel draws on her own experience to offer her honesty, wisdom and every tip she can think of for experienced collectors of rejection letters, those with their novel still under the bed and anyone who has yet to put pen to paper. The event includes a Q&A section.

Isabel is the author of The Battersea Park Road to Enlightenment, For Tibet With Love and her new book (The Battersea Park Road to Paradise) is published on May 12th.

Brighton Festival Fringe 2011

at the Nightingale

This Festival Fringe marks one year of Steven Brett (Theatre Manager) and Kate Gowar’s (Theatre Producer) tenure of the Nightingale. During this exciting year we have emphasised a vital and strategic shift in moving away from the name The Nightingale Theatre and re-imagining the venue as the Nightingale: making reference to the ‘hotel’ it was originally. The spaces within the Nightingale, now open for the development of work and performance, have reverted to their original function names: the theatre - the dining room, the dressing room - the kitchen, the green room - the smoking room, and the flat on the third floor and all its rooms - the hotel. Performances are now placed in the Grand Central bar downstairs and off-site. The aim of this contextualisation is to give both audience and performer a sense of the building itself, and allow for unique and surprising engagements with work.

Caruso and the Monkey House Trial

May 26th

10:00PM

Dining Room

May 29th

7:30PM

Dining Room

Special Festival Preview (50 min)

Tickets:
£5

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BRIGHTON FESTIVAL FRINGE

Caruso and the Monkey House Trial

Celebrity. Scandal. Monkeys. Opera! When legendary Tenor Enrico Caruso is accused of pinching women's bottoms at the Central Park Zoo in New York, it's not his reputation but his whole career that's at stake. With text drawn from contemporary newspaper accounts, the audience plays the jury and must pass judgement: Did Caruso commit an act of gross indecency? Was he a notorious womaniser or the victim of police entrapment?

Prodigal's opera hero returns to the Fringe in a new collaboration with Andrew G Marshall. Featuring live singing from Puccini and Verdi.

Magnificent

Three Weeks

Compelling

Stage

Opera singing with a pure fresh quality

Scotsman

Shift

May 26th

7:30PM

Dining Room

May 27th, 28th

7:00PM

Dining Room

May 27th

9:00PM

Dining Room

Suitable for ages 15+

Tickets:
£8.50, (£6.50 Concessions)

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BRIGHTON FESTIVAL FRINGE

Shift

A long, dark night, a telephone, faceless voices in the ether. A solitary soul struggles to lend life support to the needy over a very crowded night... By the wee small hours, she's starting to see the light.

A darkly wry, funny and deeply human look at the art of living close to the edge.

Sun Damage

May 23rd, 24th

7:00PM

Dining Room

May 23rd, 24th

9:00PM

Dining Room

May 25th

8:00PM

Dining Room

Suitable for ages 15+

Tickets:
£8.50, (£6.50 Concessions)

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Subject to availability there may be tickets on the door 30 minutes before the performance

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL FRINGE

Sun Damage

Rules are what you make them. In a remote community of women, miles away from a world of war, the routines of a new religion prosper - until the soldier arrives.

A play that asks; if you see the world differently, can you yourself ever be seen?

Dance Marathon

May 21st, 28th

9:00PM

Dining Room

Suitable for ages 15+

Tickets:
£7.50

Ticket allows you stay as long as you like and re-enter at any point, as often as you like, on a one out/one in basis.

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Subject to availability there may be tickets on the door 30 minutes before the performance

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL FRINGE

Dance Marathon

Antonia Grove, Lucy Suggate and Theo Clinkard

For two nights the Nightingale will treat you to a terpsichorean marathon. Come, stay as long as you like and know that you will have a special dance experience. Artists will have come from far and wide and include new works from local favourites in classy line-ups of artists.

The dance Marathons are drop-in and stay as long as you like performances. Re-enter at any point, as often as you like, on a one out/one in basis.

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