Rock Bottom

Rock Bottom By Fresh Life Theatre 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 […]

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Prison Dialogues

Prison Dialogues 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 […]

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The Sweet Science of Bruising

The Sweet Science of Bruising by Joy Wilkinson “When that bell rings, your life is entirely in your hands.” London, 1869. Four very different Victorian women are drawn into the dark underground world of female boxing by the eccentric Professor Sharp. Controlled by men and constrained by corsets, each finds an unexpected freedom in the […]

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Landmines

ACT Diploma In Acting present Landmines by Phil Davies A stark, fast-paced and fraught play about political upheaval and the media’s relationship with civil violence and terrorism in modern Britain. A peaceful politician is slain on the streets of Vida’s hometown. Reeling from the tragedy, Vida embarks on an increasingly dangerous mission to confront the […]

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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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The Zoo Story

The Zoo Story by Edward Albee The Unconscious Theatre Collective proudly presents (Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award Winner) Edward Albee’s seminal piece ‘Zoo Story’. Two very different men meet by chance in Central Park on a sunny Sunday afternoon. A play about isolation, social disparity, hope and connection, and the inhumanity of modern life. Witty, […]

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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 Mark Hewitt Mark C. Hewitt’s 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 that leans […]

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