13
Jun 2016
Lucy Hopkins, last seen at Brighton Fringe provocatively swirling her red scarf in Le Foulard, wants to surprise her audience and herself. She is using her three shows in the Bosco to work out...

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10
Jun 2016
Puppeteer Joni-Rae Carrack presents two shows, in rep on alternating days, at the Warren’s Brighton Fringe venue. At the heart of Buttons, the first show by emerging puppetry company Sort of Theatre, is a...

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7
Jun 2016
Robert Cohen has ploughed a lonely, yet finely turned, furrow in solo character comedies in the past few years, taking on communist-turned-informer in The Trials of Harvey Matusow or maligned (or was it malignant?)...

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4
Jun 2016
‘This is a true story. In the early 90s in Chicago, I fell in love with a man who was running for president – in a dress.’ George Orange’s entertaining and engaging autobiographical show...

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1
Jun 2016
This is a refreshingly accessible live art work that is by turns amusing, intriguing, and oddly moving. It is constructed in two halves, with the quirky charm of the first setting up a quite...

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