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Speakers’ Corner: A Platform For You

25th May

12-5pm

off-site - details to be published soon

Tickets:
FREE

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

Speakers’ Corner: A Platform For You

Red Herring Productions

Giving a voice to the social, political, contentious, eccentric, wonderful, irritating, heretical, the unwelcome and provocative…

This is a call to speak, to anyone who wishes to be heard, who needs a voice. Anyone can apply to speak on any subject – as long as it’s lawful and expressed with respect to others.

Take part, speaking for 5-10 mins, please contact

How a Man Crumbled

25th, 26th and 27th 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

How a Man Crumbled

Clout Theatre

Award-winning Clout Theatre invite you to dive into the absurd world of Russian poet Daniil Kharms.

Three storytellers let narrative escape them as metaphysical ponderings and senseless violence provide constant distraction. Silent film meets grotesque slapstick in a world where clocks have no hands and a cucumber can kill a man.

Winner: PhysicalFest Audience Award

Full of vim and vigour... without doubt a company to watch

Total Theatre Magazine

Jennifer Swingler, George Ramsay and Sacha Plaige make expert work of Mine Cerci's tight direction and together the team is notable for its technique as a great sense of humour. This one should tour and tour and it will make a lot of converts to physical theatre.

The Stage

The piece can feel like being part of a weird silent movie with the actors startling mime skills at the fore.

The Edinburgh Guide

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How to Host a Dinner Party

24th and 25th May

9pm

Dining Room

Performance lasts 40 minutes

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

Fringe Box Office: 01273 91 72 72
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How to Host a Dinner Party

Park Bench Dance Theatre

The stage is set with dining room furniture. Two women enter; they prepare for a lavish dinner party.

Will anyone turn up? Join them on a journey of expectation, nerves and despair in this minimalist dance work which looks at the challenges of throwing a dinner party and the character developments the party has on the hosts. Recipient of the IdeasTap Brighton Fringe award

FAILURE (other opportunities for non-linear success)

22nd, 23rd and 24th May

7.15pm

Dining Room

Suitable for ages 16+

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

Fringe Box Office: 01273 91 72 72
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FAILURE (other opportunities for non-linear success)

Mary Pearson

Fashion victim, aspiring pop diva, and chronic underachiever is consumed by delusional fantasies of commercial success.

New solo performance bringing together visual absurdity with contemporary dance, comedy and social commentary. Written, directed and performed by Mary Pearson with Jules Beckman, Mamoru Iriguchi, Hannah Silva, and Jamie Wood.

Mary Pearson's warmth and incredible sense of comic timing was breathtaking

Total Theatre

The Life and Adventures of Billy the Kid

21st and 22nd May

9pm

Dining Room

Suitable for ages 14+

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

Fringe Box Office: 01273 91 72 72
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The Life and Adventures of Billy the Kid

presented by Livestock

Many mysteries remain about Billy the Kid; Who he was? Why he did what he did? How many died at his hand?

Finally the mysteries are resolved in this unique show performed by those who knew him personally; Chevron Malaise (aged 154) and Acapulco Beans (aged 146). Released from their retirement home for the day, Chev and Al present words, music and stories about the legend that was Billy the Kid. Performed by Rex Horan, Musician (Mama’s Gun, Neil Cowley Trio – Winner, UK Jazz Artist of the Year 2013) and Chris Johnston, Actor/Director (Fluxx, Rideout, the RSC).

You and Me

17th, 18th and 19th May

9pm

Dining Room

Suitable for ages 8+

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

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

You and Me

Little Soldier Productions

A bitter-sweet physical comedy about two elderly sisters sharing the intimacy of a life lived together.

The pair shifts between hilarious defamation, tender reminiscing and pure madness; but is this behaviour just eccentricity or something more destructive?

Directed and adapted by Bryony Shanahan, and featured in 'What to See: Lyn Gardner's Theatre Tips" ‘You and Me’ tackles old age with much humour, imagination and tenderness. A show for everyone who is a day older than yesterday!

impeccably-timed physical theatre

The Stage

A compelling masterstroke of physical comedy

A Younger Theatre

★★★★ Beautiful, strident harmony

Exeunt (London)

www.youandmetheplay.com

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