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BEEN & GONE

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You’re Not Like the Other Girls Chrissy

May 12th, 13th, 14th

9:00PM

Dining Room

May 13th, 14th

7:00PM

Dining Room

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

You’re Not Like the Other Girls Chrissy

Caroline Horton

Paris 1945. Christiane waits for a ticket to England that will reunite her with her fiancé. While she waits, this irrepressible mademoiselle recounts the love story between her - an eccentric, acutely-myopic Parisian - and a tongue-tied English teacher from Staffordshire. A tender, comic portrayal of one woman's experience of love and war.

A family friendly event (i.e. suitable for all ages). Best Solo Performer, The Stage Awards 2010.

The Art of Catastrophe

May 11th, 12th

7:00 PM

Dining Room

May 11th

9:00 PM

Dining Room

Suitable for ages 15+

Tickets:
£8.50, (£6.50 Concessions)

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Or call Brown Paper 24/7 on 0800 411 8881

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

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL FRINGE

The Art of Catastrophe

Stillpoint

The first instalment of Stillpoint’s trilogy of female solo works, Triptych–followed at the Nightingale Theatre by Steal Compass, Drive North, Disappear (Fringe Review Award 2010 ‘Outstanding Theatre’); and concluded in this year’s final instalment The Growing Room, a Brighton Festival 2010 premiere.

Wallstories

May 8th, 22nd, 29th

3:00 PM

Dining Room

Suitable for ages 3+

Tickets:
£3.00

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BRIGHTON FESTIVAL FRINGE

Wallstories

Cinema, books and cartoons rolled into one: beautifully illustrated stories on the wall. See, listen, even read!

Sold out in 2010. Profits go to the National Literacy Trust. Age: 3+ There might even be popcorn!

It’s Like He’s Knocking

May 7th, 8th

5:30 PM

Living Room

May 8th

8:00 PM

Living Room

Suitable for ages 15+

Tickets:
£8.50, (£6.50 Concessions)

BUY TICKETS

Or call Brown Paper 24/7 on 0800 411 8881

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

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL FRINGE

It’s Like He’s Knocking

Unfinished Business

Telling it how it is even when you don’t quite know how it was.

A stripped back performance incorporating story telling, dance theatre and Afro-Brazilian percussion set in the intimacy of a bed-sit. A collage of moments from the lives of three generations of men, the piece explores ideas surrounding ritual, ancestry and the magic of coincidence.

A Live Trail

May 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th

Various Time Slots

Site-specific locations

Tickets:
£8.50, (£6.50 Concessions)

Book Through Fringe Festival Box Office

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL FRINGE

A Live Trail

Let the Nightingale lead you around some of Brighton’s homes to experience a remarkable sequence of intimate performances.

You may find yourself in a living room, a kitchen or even on a street corner. Wherever you are, keep your eyes wide open as you may be surprised by where you happen upon them!

Hangover Square extract narrated by Ashley Cook

May 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th

Events Times:
Sat / Sun 11am – 2pm

Upstairs Bedroom

Open talk in the dining room 4pm Sunday 29th May

FREE ENTRY

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL FRINGE

Hangover Square extract narrated by Ashley Cook

Presented by Cinecity for HOUSE Festival

Patrick Hamilton’s masterpiece, subtitled ‘A story of darkest Earl’s Court’ features a memorable, pivotal section set in Brighton. First published in 1941, the darkly comic novel is set in 1939 in the countdown to the outbreak of the Second World War.

This audio installation in a former hotel room transports the visitor to the time and place depicted in Hamilton’s bleak hymn to obsessive desire. Lonely drifter George Harvey Bone is hopelessly infatuated with Netta Longdon though she has no shred of compassion or kindness: ‘She was completely, indeed sinisterly, devoid of all those qualities which her face and body externally proclaimed her to have - pensiveness, grace, warmth, agility, beauty.’ Bone has persuaded Netta to meet him in Brighton for a romantic getaway but he realises at their rendezvous at the station she had not had the same plan...

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