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BEEN & GONE

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Pause

After a very busy and successful Brighton Fringe the Nightingale is taking a short pause.

There will be a few special events during the Summer, and we will be resuming our full programme in September 2013, so check back soon and see what's new.

Blue: An experiment in puppetry

1st and 2nd June

3.30pm, 5.30pm and 7.30pm

Dining Room

Limited capacity

Suitable for ages 12+

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

Fringe Box Office: 01273 91 72 72
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Brighton Fringe 2013 at the Nightingale

Blue: An experiment in puppetry

Touched Theatre

‘The last time I saw her she had on her blue jacket with the hood…’

Close-up puppetry, stunning video design and live music animate the Nightingale’s spaces in this new story of the green in our roots and the blue in our hearts. From the company who brought you sell-out ‘Punched’ and ‘Headcase’.

... a very beautiful and moving show

Total Theatre (about Headcase)

www.touchedtheatre.co.uk

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Buddhism: Is it just for Losers?

30th, 31st May and 1st June

9pm

Dining Room

This performance lasts for 40 minutes

Contains swearing. Children (16 and under) must be accompanied by an adult

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

Fringe Box Office: 01273 91 72 72
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Brighton Fringe 2013 at the Nightingale

Buddhism: Is it just for Losers?

Inconvenient Spoof

Life isn’t complicated: it just requires the right type of effort, applied in the correct direction, and an appropriate choice of wall - or so says Larry.

But how happy is he? A compact performance-lecture with props, puppets and poetry, en route to a mid-life epiphany.

Rudkin has amazing stage presence

Total Theatre (about Naïve Dance Masterclass)

www.inconvenientspoof.co.uk

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VIDEO

Fish Pie

29th, 30th and 31st May

7.15pm

Dining Room

Suitable for ages 14+

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

Fringe Box Office: 01273 91 72 72
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Brighton Fringe 2013 at the Nightingale

Fish Pie

Colossal Crumbs

A puppetry feast following the troubled tales of three lonely sea creatures – Cuthbert (fish), Ludwig (prawn) and Myrtle (sea cucumber) who all live in the same murky pond.

Told alongside animation all encompassed within the setting of a 1920s silent film. The show is narrated with text, beautiful music from Matti Bye and an alluring French(ish) man.

Awarded with IdeasTap Fringe Fund and supported by Arts Council England.

White Canvas

27th May

1pm, 3pm and 5pm

Dining Room

28th May

1pm and 3pm

Dining Room

Suitable for ages 7+

Fringe Box Office: 01273 91 72 72
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Brighton Fringe 2013 at the Nightingale

White Canvas

Bespoke Taylors

One man on a mysterious journey. When he looks back, he can’t see where he came from.

In this interactive show, co-written with Little Green Pig Writing Project, a strange world is brought to life with music, puppetry, paint and the audience’s artistic skills. With pens, paint and a world of paper, you will help create the adventure!

Creators of ‘Robin and the Big Freeze’ as part of an Unpacked production made in Brighton.

Expiry tbc

27th and 28th May

9pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

Fringe Box Office: 01273 91 72 72
buy tickets

Brighton Fringe 2013 at the Nightingale

Expiry tbc

LLL Productions

Movements and improvisations for ‘electronically enhanced’ solo cello written and performed by Brighton composer, Peter Copley, with an accompanying text by Mark C. Hewitt combining live and recorded voices and lighting design by Kristina Hjelm of Flying Eye.

This rich multi-media work explores memory, mortality, and the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves. Peter Copley composes for the Brighton Philharmonic, amongst others.

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