Paler, Still

Paler, Still by Oonagh Wall in collaboration with the company. Nothing grows in Dublin anymore. Concrete, glass and grey. The landscape is the same everywhere, Beyond the Pale, in the rural Irish boglands, an abandoned Hotel rots. This would be a safe place to stagnate. Or so it seems. Set in a near-future Ireland were […]

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Paler, Still

Paler, Still by Oonagh Wall in collaboration with the company. Nothing grows in Dublin anymore. Concrete, glass and grey. The landscape is the same everywhere, Beyond the Pale, in the rural Irish boglands, an abandoned Hotel rots. This would be a safe place to stagnate. Or so it seems. Set in a near-future Ireland were […]

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Love And Money

Love And Money by Dennis Kelly I’ll get a job and a house and the right shoes. David conducts an office romance by email. He has love at his fingertips but a shocking admission unravels his relationship. Jess loves David and she believes that if she has a job and a house and the right […]

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Prison Dialogues

Prison Dialogues by Mike Hewitt By Mark C. Hewitt, whose play The Revenge Fantasy Club was shortlisted for the Best New Play Award at Brighton Fringe 2013. Prison Dialogues consists of interweaving male and female narratives set in ‘the everyday’ of prison. Two men, three women, three chairs, and a compelling text full of banter […]

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Love And Money

Love And Money by Dennis Kelly I’ll get a job and a house and the right shoes. David conducts an office romance by email. He has love at his fingertips but a shocking admission unravels his relationship. Jess loves David and she believes that if she has a job and a house and the right […]

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Duty

Duty by Bomafabia Wokoma When a Nigerian family moves to London, it’s a far cry from the life they’d hoped for.’Duty’ explores how detatchment, discontent, gender and racial constructs play out for Petal, a young black woman, both in society and intimite relationships. Plus the bitter sweet hope of finding purpose in the midst of […]

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Paler, Still

Paler, Still by Oonagh Wall in collaboration with the company. Nothing grows in Dublin anymore. Concrete, glass and grey. The landscape is the same everywhere, Beyond the Pale, in the rural Irish boglands, an abandoned Hotel rots. This would be a safe place to stagnate. Or so it seems. Set in a near-future Ireland were […]

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Love And Money

Love And Money by Dennis Kelly I’ll get a job and a house and the right shoes. David conducts an office romance by email. He has love at his fingertips but a shocking admission unravels his relationship. Jess loves David and she believes that if she has a job and a house and the right […]

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Ghost Stories For Christmas 2019

Ghost Stories For Christmas 2019 Now in its 7th year, the original Brighton Ghost Stories For Christmas charity fundraiser returns to The Lantern Theatre from 18th to 21st December 2019. Featuring stories by Ramsey Campbell, John Paul Fitch and Neil Gaiman, this year we return to our roots and are raising funds for The Clocktower […]

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