Brighton Fringe 2018 Closure

The festivities have drawn to a close.

Brighton Fringe 2018 Closure

Another year, another Fringe in the books. I have enjoyed reviewing the shows this year and how they work with their audience.

If I had to pick a favourite for this year, it would have to be A Robot in Human Skin and Stealth Aspies - both of them touch on mental disabilities and how the protagonists cope with them.

The rest of the shows were a great watch and I am honoured that I got the chance to review some more.

Was that my last Fringe? Who knows? All I do know is that if the festivities knock on my door again, I will welcome it with open arms and a clear mind.

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Sarah Hobden

Sarah Hobden Local Reporter

I was a member of the New Writing South Young Writers Programme (Year 3) at Theatre Royal Brighton and I had an amazing time there making my own play 'The Secret Operation' come to life at the start of May 2016. I have now reviewed a total of 13 shows from 3 years of Brighton Fringe.

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1 Comments

  • Luke Taylor

    On 5 June 2018, 09:52 Luke Taylor commented:

    I'm really glad you got to go to Brighton!

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