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Tunnel by Mags Chalcraft

8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th May

7.15pm

Dining Room

Contains swearing. 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

Tunnel by Mags Chalcraft

Sandpit Arts

professional smuggler Salim finds himself trapped with 17-year-old Ammar, a surfboard and a goat.

Moving between hilarity and melancholy, Mags Chalcraft's brilliant play combines poetry and physicality to create a magical realist parable.

Winner of the Bulbul Playwriting competition.

Boldly metaphoric, brilliantly surreal, devastatingly economical, and with moments of physical and verbal poetry that take unexpected flight in the gloom (the boy’s pain feels ‘like a bird brushing its wings inside my head’), Mags Chalcraft’s ‘Tunnel’ has the feel of a magical realist parable.

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Miss Givings

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

7.15pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

Fringe Box Office: 01273 91 72 72
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Miss Givings

Debbie Bridge

A’Nother Productions presents MISS GIVINGS a new one-woman play with music about a year in the life of a musical superstar-to-be – with songs by American legends Samuel Barber, Amy Beach, Bernstein, Aaron Copland and the Gershwins.

Performed by Debbie Bridge, script by Robert Cohen, direction by Nicholas Quirke.

Robert Cohen was awarded the 2012 Fringe Review award for his own one man show – the Trials of Harvey Matusow.

Great script, good selection of songs, well performed.

Audience response

Tremendous Potential for accomplished Singer

Remote Goat

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Wild Thing I Love You

6th May

3pm, 6pm and 8pm

Dining Room

7th May

9pm

Dining Room

Limited capacity

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

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

Wild Thing I Love You

Ella Good and Nicki Kent

In September 2011, we took a trip across America to see if Bigfoot is out there. We’d like to tell you about it.

Ella Good and Nicki Kent present a new performance examining their experiences of searching for a legendary mythical creature. An exploration into things we cannot see, the spaces they might exist in, and our desire to believe.

Developed with support from Bristol Ferment and Residence. Supported by the National Lottery through Grants for the Arts.

... beguilingly delicate

Andy Field, Exeunt Magazine

www.ellaandnicki.com

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Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking

5th, 12th, 19th and 26th May

5pm

Dining Room

Suitable for ages 11+

Tickets:
£8.50/£6.50

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

Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking

Tangram Theatre Company

Meet the genius behind the übercoolest moustache in scientific history, in the show where Einstein=Music Comedy2.

From the boys behind international smash-hit ‘The Origin of Species…

Science has rarely been so fascinating and never so much fun.

The Stage

John Hinton is an absolute joy… This guy would get anyone interested in science.

Adelaide Theatre Guide

www.tangramtheatre.co.uk

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Mess

4th and 5th May

7.15pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
£10/£8

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

Mess

China Plate presents Caroline Horton and Company

Josephine is putting on a play, Boris and Sistahl help. It's about anorexia. But don’t let that put you off.

A new play with songs from ‘You’re Not Like The Other Girls Chrissy’ creator Caroline Horton.

2012 Stage Award Winner for Best Ensemble.

Comes perilously close to genius and announces Horton as a major major talent

Time Out

www.carolinehorton.net

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Brighton Fringe 2013

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