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Prison Dialogues

28th May - 3rd June  2021@ 7.45pm

By Mark C. Hewitt

Prison Dialogues consists of interweaving male and female dialogues set in the everyday of prison. Two men, three women and a text full of banter that leans playfully towards the futile.

 
Prison Dialogues is written by Mark C. Hewitt, whose last Brighton Fringe play, The Revenge Fantasy Club, was shortlisted for the Best New Play Award in 2013.
 
 
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Rock Bottom

15th - 16th June  2021@ 7.30pm

Shakespeare’s best loved clown, Bottom, is reimagined in Fresh Life Theatre’s new one-man show.

Bottom has spent his life pushing the people closest to him away, so it makes sense for him to perform a socially-distanced show. Combining the masterful wit and language of the Bard with fast-paced, sensitive new-writing, Charlie Day has created a production which has something for everyone. Bottom has been left to put a play on all by himself. Watch as he battles his demons, all in an effort to...make you like him.

 
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Duty

19th June  2021@ 7.00pm

By A Little Twisted

When a Nigerian family moves to London, it's a far cry from the life they'd hoped for. 'Duty' explores how detachment, discontent, gender and racial constructs play out for a young black woman, both in society and intimate relationships. Plus, the bittersweet hope of finding life's purpose in the midst of it all!
 
 
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Like You

Tuesday 22nd June 2021 @ 7.30pm

by Footdown Productions

Six people, five stories, one truck. Follow the lives inspired by real people as they experience the world of modern slavery.

Like You is a live, abstract, physical theatre performance about the timely subject of Human Trafficking. This show put on by Footdown Productions, focuses on the journey of six young adults, five females and one Queer male, that are being trafficked, around the UK, in the back of a truck. This project deals with different types of trauma, including how the characters have been manipulated and betrayed by people they trusted.

 
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Appetite Everywhere

Fri 25th June - Sat 26th June 2021 @ 7.30pm

by Hot Lemon

For women, says the philosopher Susan Bordo, hunger is themost insistent raving and pre-eminent source of their anger and frustration. The anger and frustration I experienced in my life was persistent and clever. It was a literal hunger for food, for sex, for pleasure, power and respect. Now I want to eat the world. Will you join me at the table?

A new writing feminist comedy piece.

 
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