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Fairytale nostalgia, desperate grief and the immense taboo of fear are stitched together with a delicate storytelling thread in Savage Heart Productions new play.
Far more than an evening of monologues on the topic of autism, Stealth Aspies self-titled show educates, entertains and inspires.
Puppetry, stand-up, music and clowning; Little Bit of Theatre’s debut comedy promises a little bit of everything.
‘Our twenties don’t mean we’re invincible’ is the sting in Eleanor Dillon-Reams’ self-exploratory tale.
Drunk with a pen, Joseph J. Clark is returning to Brighton Fringe to perform 13.5 poems that will make you laugh, cry, and reach for a pint
Kitchen sink meets dark, heart-break humour in Natalie Audley’s ‘Cooked’.
An eclectic and welcome mix of hilarious one-liners and absurdist storytelling stand-up; unmissable comedy joy from William Stone and Simone Belshaw.
Cosy, simple Sweet Werks is the sort of venue that Fringe theatre was made for, and Joseph J. Clark’s show ‘Drunk with a Pen’, fits in here like a cork in a bottle.
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