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Side Shows Rehearsed Reading programme

27th October

6pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£4 available on the door, cash only please



the Nightingale presents

Side Shows Rehearsed Reading programme

Tragic Rainbow - a new play by kicking_k, directed by Jo Mcinnes

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.

The first Side Show is a rehearsed reading of a new play by kicking_k - runner up in the 2013 Verity Bargate Award - about the darker side of friendship. Tragic Rainbow is a three-hander behind the fourth wall. Two housemates exploit each other day and night - one's conscious and one's...not. It is about how bullet-point plans for success and escapist fantasies of paradise parasitise unattached youngish individuals lost somewhere in between the end of school and a job that Means Something.

the Nightingale Social

23rd October

7pm-10pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
Free (£3 Suggested donations welcome)


the Nightingale presents

the Nightingale Social

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

Introducing the Nightingale Social: a monthly mini-conference for Brighton's dramatic types to network (or just mingle) above a conveniently-located pub...

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.

Additionally, each month, The Nightingale will give all present the exclusive backstage chance to meet artistes developing work in the building. This first time out, we're pleased to welcome Emma Kilbey and Caroline Hunt, who'll discuss their fringe-bound piece on Ayn Rand.

#Mango

15th October

7.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£5

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

Independent and Community

#Mango

Take the Space Digital

#MANGO is a digital arts project that tests the possibility for audience engagement using holograph performance. With performances having taken place in a shopping centre and high street shop we have explored how digital and live art can combine to create interactive digital experiences.

Hosted by Take the Space Digital, join us for an evening of performance installation and conversation. We'll start the evening with a digital and live art installation by Brighton poet Akila Richards; and then share with you feedback data collected from our audiences.

The installation is followed by a panel discussion with digital artist Stan Forczek , performance poet, Akila Richards; and Dr Philip Twoga from University of Westminster a leading expert in augmented reality.

Supported by the Arts Council England

The Worst of Scottee

14th September

8pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

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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

Pink Fringe presents at The Nightingale

The Worst of Scottee

Scottee

Scottee encounters past flames, ex-friends and people who no longer like him in an attempt to find out where he went wrong.

Why did he pretend to have AIDS, what prompted him to steal money from his Nan and why did he tell everyone his friend had committed suicide when she hadn’t?

This show will give you reasons not to like him - it is Scottee at his very worst.

Directed by Chris Goode, ‘a theatre-maker who’s up there with the very best’ The Guardian

Witty and accessible, frightening and wondrous in equal measure

WhatsOnStage ★★★★★

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THE COLLISION OF THINGS

23rd and 24th July

7.30pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

Please use the BUY TICKETS link to reserve your seat. Please bring cash to pay on the door before the performance

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

THE COLLISION OF THINGS

Move To Stand

An award-winning show about three friends who lose one life to gain another.

Combining striking physical theatre with compelling storytelling, this is the tale of a young couple, their lodger and the city in which they live. As each of them searches for a new beginning, tragedy strikes. Will they be able to find each other in their darkest moment? A delicate account of home, foreignness and speaking your mother tongue, an international cast brings to life a compelling new story featuring live music, a razor-sharp script and highly skilled physical performances.

Simple, evocative and really rather beautiful ****

One Stop Arts

This beautifully choreographed piece of physical theatre has really raised the bar

Broadway Baby

We were gripped from start to finish

Fringe Review

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Habeas Corpus by Alan Bennett

9th-12th July

8pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£8 / £6

Buy tickets here

Independent and Community

Habeas Corpus by Alan Bennett

Presented by the Academy of Creative Training

Students of the ACT Foundation in Acting present a comedy set in Brighton in the 1970s. The lust and longing of the permissive society has well and truly taken hold of the apparently respectable Wicksteed family.

With a succession of characters ranging from a rampant doctor and a randy vicar to a frustrated flat-chested spinster and a baffled domestic cleaner, this rollicking farce is as saucy and English as a seaside postcard...

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