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Experiments with Live Literature

9th December

Session 1

6pm

Dining Room

9th December

Session 2

8pm

Dining Room

Tickets:
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Presented by the Nightingale

Experiments with Live Literature

works in progress

Six scratch performances of work-in-progress by writers that have been on New Writing South’s ‘Experiments with Live Literature’ course, led by Mark Hewitt, Artistic Director of LLL Productions.

Session 1: 6pm - 7.30pm

Broadcast by Deborah Martin
In a future world, everything is unravelling. No one has any answers. But an unseen speaker has something to say…

A Visitation by Jasmine Mercer
A man receives a phone call. A butterfly is caught in a window.

Leaning to See by Liz Porter
Told partly in the dark, Liz Porter interweaves strands from her own life with traditional story and song.

Session 2: 8.00pm - 9.30pm

Snow by Christina Sanders
Snow's falling. Kitty walks across town, a tattered envelope in her pocket, wondering if today is the day she should open it.

White / Talking to the Plants / Door by Sabrina Giles Three short poetic works challenge perceptions of what is and what isn’t.

Black Curtain by kicking_k
An actor trapped in a theatre. A room full of detectives. A beach at night, inside.

Scratch (work in process)

8th December

7.30pm

Dining Room

image: Clare Seviour

Tickets:
Pay what you can on the door (all monies divided between artists)

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the Nightingale presents

Scratch (work in process)

Rachel Blackman (Stillpoint), Clare Seviour, Touched Theatre and Tracy Forsythe

A chance to see short drafts of new work being developed. Afterwards, artists and audience will be invited to move to the bar downstairs and take part in a guided, facilitated conversation about the work that has been presented.

Moon Project, by Rachel Blackman

The early markings of a new work: Two people suffer nostalgia for impossible futures: One yearns for home but can never return. The other yearns for escape but can never leave. Moon Project is about a car crash. About life (and love) after death. You are invited - with us - to exhume the anatomy and cosmology of their colliding trajectories.

Spellbound - A Modern Parable of Survival, by Clare Seviour

'Chantileesha tells tales, lots of tales, in fact she never stops; weaving them into the very fabric of her being. When there is no way back and the escape into fantasy is all that is keeping you alive, no-one but no-one had better try to take that away.'

Work in progress by Tracy Forsythe

Whose Shoes Productions present the opening ten minutes of "The Pasfir Programme" by Tracy Forsythe in a rehearsed reading performed by Tessa Cushan and Catherine McGirr. Initially written as a radio play, Tracy is keen to develop it into a full-length stage play with a view to it being a multi-media piece.

Blue by Touched Theatre

Blue is a feeling, it is a quality, it can be a world. What stories can we paint with this most precious pigment? Touched Theatre is exploring puppetry fragments, snapshots of story and playful visual pieces combining physical theatre, digital imagery and puppets.

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Cinecity at the Nightingale

2nd December

2pm

SUNDAYS SOME DAYS CAN KILL (FREE - limited tickets available on the door so come in good time)



2nd December

3.15pm

DOCUMENTARY SHORTS



2nd December

4.45pm

EXPERIMENTA 2



2nd December

6pm

B'TON SHORTS 3



2nd December

7.30pm

TRICKSTER

Tickets:
£4

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part of Cinecity's Brighton Film Festival

Cinecity at the Nightingale

SUNDAYS SOME DAYS CAN KILL, DOCUMENTARY SHORTS, EXPERIMENTA 2, BRIGHTON SHORTS 3, TRICKSTER

Enjoy a full day of screenings at the Nightingale

SUNDAYS SOME DAYS CAN KILL (2pm) Director: Geoff Woods (FREE)
How has a man allowed his childhood fear of Sunday devastate his adult life? After a successful career in advertising, Robert Cooper finds himself out of work, in his mid-forties and going nowhere.

Running time: 62 mins

DOCUMENTARY SHORTS (3.15pm)
Undercliff (11 mins)
Newhaven Cormorant (11 mins) Dir: Sarah Saeed
The Wise Ones (9mins) Dir: Maria Eva Russo
Lewy Body (15 mins) Dir: James Johnson
Son of Liverpool (13 mins) Dir: Annis Joslin
Wild Horses (10 mins) Dir: Synergy Creative
+ Reverse Too Dir: Gary Cove

EXPERIMENTA 2 (4.45pm)
The Subterraneans (5 mins) Dir: Toby Tatum
Medway Hymns (10 mins approx) Dir: Simon Barker
Wire (1 min) Dir: Kate Coultas
Waters Meet: Breath (3 mins) Dir: Emma Critchley
March (6 mins) Dir: Liang Hu
Triangulation (25 mins) Dir: Jonathan Hyde

Programme approx. 55 mins.

B'TON SHORTS 3 (6pm)
Sweetheart (15 mins) Dir: Eva Riley
Out of Order (7 mins)
A Weekend In Venice (10 mins) Dir: Eleanor Brent
James (5 mins) Dir: Liang Hu
REP (15 mins) Dir: Kate Lloyd
The Ticket (6 mins) Dir: Holly Stone
Santas Blotto (9 mins) Dir: Patrick Myles

Programme approx. 70 mins

TRICKSTER (7.30) Director: Iain Faulkner
Tim Bat (aka Birdyman of Brighton) is a fool. At least on stage. And it’s taken years of practice. Trickster is a film about the fortunes of a variety entertainer, and what it takes to be a professional fool.

Running time: 72 mins

Experimenta 1 / Brighton Shorts 2

1st December

6pm

EXPERIMENTA 1



1st December

7.30pm

B'TON SHORTS 2

Tickets:
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part of Cinecity's Brighton Film Festival

Experimenta 1 / Brighton Shorts 2

presented by Cinecity at the Nightingale

Spoilt for choice! Various directors screen work at 6pm and 7.30pm tonight

EXPERIMENTA 1 (6pm)
The Deformity of Beauty (20 mins) Dir: Valentina Lari
Shutter (4 mins) Dir: Jorge Mena
Zobeide (6 mins) Dir: Julian Krispel
Caveo Vestri Mens (4 mins) Dir: Simon Mclennan
The House (4 mins) Dir: Erika Pal
I Am Going Backwards (3 mins)
Hey Presto! The Secret Sound of Travel (2 mins) Dir: Jayne Wilson
Xenon (23 mins) Dir: Mikhail Karikis.

Programme approx 70 mins.

B'TON SHORTS 2 (7.30pm)
Days of Awe (10 mins) Dir: Rehana Rose Khan
Supply (10 mins) Dir: Peter Coventry
Le Grand Festin (4 mins) Dir: Dan Childs
Treasures (15 mins) Dir: Graeme Cox
Hotel Room (6 mins) Dir: Mark Mallabone
Catalyst (12 mins) Dir: Matthew Losasso
Dog Day (9 mins) Dir: Laura Henry
Status (2 mins) Dir: Richard Standen

Running time: Approx. 70 mins

Brighton Shorts 1 / Low

30th November

7pm

B'TON SHORTS 1



30th November

8.30pm

LOW (FREE - limited tickets available on the door so come in good time)

Tickets:
£4 or FREE

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part of Cinecity's Brighton Film Festival

Brighton Shorts 1 / Low

presented by Cinecity at the Nightingale

Take a look at the goody-bag of films presented at the Nightingale as part of Cinecity's 10th edition of the Film Festival!

B'TON SHORTS 1 (7pm)
Man In Fear (11 mins) Dir: Will Jewell
Automaton (11 mins) Dir: Tom Richards
Plaster (4 mins) Dir: Gina Kawecka
The Collector (18 mins) Dir: Andrew Rainnie
A Kiss From Grandma (14 mins ) Dir: Janet Sate & Neil Salvage
In The Back Seat (10 mins) Dir: David Scurr

Programme approx 70 mins.

LOW (8.30pm) FREE
Director: Tom Bartlett. A lonely city girl finds herself taken hostage by disturbed outsider. Miles from home she must not only escape her captor, but also protect a dark and dangerous secret.

Running time: 63 mins

Cinecity’s 10th Brighton Film Festival - at the Nightingale

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