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Theatre

Stage
Admn: £9.00/£7.50
Tue 21 Oct 7:30pm
@ Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly
Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly
Upstairs at Three and Ten)
Brighton


Brighton Comedy Fringe
Two alien ambassadors have travelled millions of miles to find out if love is the drug they need to save their dying planet. It’s in the air, it’s in the way you comb your hair… but what on Earth is love?

Taking recorded interviews from the inhabitants of earth, these two creatures build a hilarious scrapbook of advice for those who just don’t know… at all.

‘Behind all of the buffoonery (and there’s a lot) are two clear, sharp and utterly brilliant comic minds.’ ★★★★★
VIEW FROM THE GODS
Winner of Brighton Fringe Best Comedy 2014.
Fringereview - Outstanding Show.

Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly - Upstairs at Three and Ten), Brighton,
| Website

Stage
Admn: £9.00/£7.50
Wed 22 Oct 7:30pm
@ Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly
Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly
Upstairs at Three and Ten)
Brighton


Brighton Comedy Fringe
Two alien ambassadors have travelled millions of miles to find out if love is the drug they need to save their dying planet. It’s in the air, it’s in the way you comb your hair… but what on Earth is love?

Taking recorded interviews from the inhabitants of earth, these two creatures build a hilarious scrapbook of advice for those who just don’t know… at all.

‘Behind all of the buffoonery (and there’s a lot) are two clear, sharp and utterly brilliant comic minds.’ ★★★★★
VIEW FROM THE GODS
Winner of Brighton Fringe Best Comedy 2014.

"Outstanding Show". - Fringereview
Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly - Upstairs at Three and Ten), Brighton,
| Website

Stage
Admn: £8.50/£7.00
Sat 25 Oct 6pm
@ Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly
Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly
Upstairs at Three and Ten)
Brighton


Brighton Comedy Fringe
A bounding comedy for your bitter heart. An awful story, beautifully told.

We fell side by side, Vincent and I, like two eggs from a tabletop. For 40 falling stories, Vincent shared his story. It was awful, disgusting and really funny. I'd like to tell it to you.

Co-creator of The Lounge Room Confabulators (winner of the Underbelly Edinburgh Award 2011), the sole idiot behind A Night to Dismember (runner-up Best Comedy and Best Comedy Performer Auckland Fringe 2013) presents a stupid new study of guilt, grief and gravity.
Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly - Upstairs at Three and Ten), Brighton,
| Website

Stage
Admn: £12.00 (£10.00).
Tue 28 Oct 8pm
@ The Old Market
The Old Market
BN3 1AS


The multi award-winning company Tortoise in a Nutshell build an entire world in front of the audience’s eyes.

Combining puppetry, immersive soundscapes and multimedia technology, the multi award-winning company Tortoise in a Nutshell build an entire world in front of the audience’s eyes. With barely a word spoken, Joe looks back at his childhood home and traces its journey from idyllic seaside town to community gripped by anarchy.

Supported by the Arts Council England.

Feral is a Fringe First Award winner, Total Theatre Award nominee and Edinburgh Festival Fringe sell-out show.

“Sophisticated and highly entertaining. The level of detail here is extraordinary,” The Times.

“Mesmeringly inventive… technically, visually, aurally and politically, it’s a tremendous show,” The Scotsman.

“A genuinely exciting young company who are brimful of ideas,” The Guardian.
The Old Market - BN3 1AS
t: 01273 201 801 | Website

Stage
Admn: £9.50/£8.00
Wed 12 Nov 7:30pm
@ Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly
Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly
Upstairs at Three and Ten)
Brighton


A moving, honest and comical one-man show exploring issues of homophobia in sport through the experiences of a young professional rugby player. Drawing on recent events, the show looks at how the culture of male sports, and pressure from fans and the press, can intimidate sports stars to live a lie.

"Funny, uplifting, thought-provoking and clever... all delivered with explosive energy and pinpoint accuracy"
★★★★★ Everything Theatre

"The show I’ve been waiting half my life to see... a dynamic physical performance, as exciting and involving as the best of sport can be."

"a sympathetic, respectful, but gently challenging script, which poses questions that are as relevant in daily life as they are on the field of play."
★★★★★ Fringe Guru

"I had wondered whether this would simply be another coming out show but I really cared about James and wanted to know what happened next, a sure sign of a great script and a great actor... a moving and unforgettable performance"
★★★★★ ScotsGay Magazine
Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly - Upstairs at Three and Ten), Brighton,

Stage
Admn: £9.50/£8.00
Thu 13 Nov 7:30pm
@ Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly
Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly
Upstairs at Three and Ten)
Brighton


A moving, honest and comical one-man show exploring issues of homophobia in sport through the experiences of a young professional rugby player. Drawing on recent events, the show looks at how the culture of male sports, and pressure from fans and the press, can intimidate sports stars to live a lie.

"Funny, uplifting, thought-provoking and clever... all delivered with explosive energy and pinpoint accuracy"
★★★★★ Everything Theatre

"The show I’ve been waiting half my life to see... a dynamic physical performance, as exciting and involving as the best of sport can be."

"a sympathetic, respectful, but gently challenging script, which poses questions that are as relevant in daily life as they are on the field of play."
★★★★★ Fringe Guru

"I had wondered whether this would simply be another coming out show but I really cared about James and wanted to know what happened next, a sure sign of a great script and a great actor... a moving and unforgettable performance"
★★★★★ ScotsGay Magazine
Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly - Upstairs at Three and Ten), Brighton,

Stage
Admn: £9.50/£8.00
Sat 15 Nov 7:30pm
@ Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly
Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly
Upstairs at Three and Ten)
Brighton


A moving, honest and comical one-man show exploring issues of homophobia in sport through the experiences of a young professional rugby player. Drawing on recent events, the show looks at how the culture of male sports, and pressure from fans and the press, can intimidate sports stars to live a lie.

"Funny, uplifting, thought-provoking and clever... all delivered with explosive energy and pinpoint accuracy"
★★★★★ Everything Theatre

"The show I’ve been waiting half my life to see... a dynamic physical performance, as exciting and involving as the best of sport can be."

"a sympathetic, respectful, but gently challenging script, which poses questions that are as relevant in daily life as they are on the field of play."
★★★★★ Fringe Guru

"I had wondered whether this would simply be another coming out show but I really cared about James and wanted to know what happened next, a sure sign of a great script and a great actor... a moving and unforgettable performance"
★★★★★ ScotsGay Magazine
Otherplace at Bar Broadway (Formerly - Upstairs at Three and Ten), Brighton,


Hundred Watt Club is taking a trip to the seaside to bring you a good old fashioned, riotous night of burlesque, cabaret & variety entertainment! With a stunning line-up of the gorgeous and grotesque, the sexy and sublime including :

· Your host : The ‘songbird of Trafalgar square’, classically trained immaculate vintage beauty LILI LA SCALA
· Burlesque from international bump & grind powerhouse CHERRY SHAKEWELL
· Unique musical comedy care of gin addled cabaret chameleon JOE BLACK
· CHI CHI REVOLVER : astonishing hula & circus trickster and world record holder
· Effervescent striptease from the sultry Big Mama herself, VIOLET BLAZE!
And more tba!

So don your vintage finery for a chance to win our infamous best dressed competition – or just come along, sit back and soak up the joys, laughs and titillation! Be warned : not for the faint hearted, strong language and adult themes employed and embraced!

Show starts at 8pm and includes an interval.
The Old Market - BN3 1AS
t: 01273 201801 | Website

Stage
Admn: £9.00 / £7.00 concession
Fri 24 Oct 20.00 - 22.00 until Sat 25 Oct
@ Marlborough Theatre
Marlborough Theatre
4 Princes Street
Brighton
BN2 1RD
t: 07782 278521
Website | Email


Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the theatre....
Sell-out puppet extravaganza Punched is back with a night of brand new, smoking hot puppetry. Glamorous glove puppets! Saucy shadows! And the animation of objects that should probably be left alone!
Featuring an array of acts from local artists and special guest visitors from the astonishing worlds of contemporary puppetry, all compered by our never-wooden drama queen and ex-marionette, Miranda.
Now that's what I call puppetry!
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/828448
Marlborough Theatre - 4 Princes Street, Brighton, , BN2 1RD
t: 01273 570028 | Website | Email


In this First World War Centenary year, Imitating The Dog utilise their award-winning theatrical vision, with video projection, stage design and original music, to tell one of the great love stories of the twentieth century.

Acclaimed theatre makers imitating the dog bring their unique theatrical vision to this adaptation of A Farewell to Arms, one of the great stories of the twentieth century.

In war-torn Italy, 1918, ambulance driver Frederic Henry begins a relationship with nurse Catherine Barkley, discovering the redemptive power of love whist experiencing a loss of innocence in a time of devastating conflict.

This new adaptation will fuse video projection, stage design and original music to create an extraordinary version of Hemingway’s powerful meditation on love and the brutality of modern warfare.

“The premier American war novel from that debacle World War I,” Michael Reynolds

“Multi-platform theatre makers of rare ambition,” The Guardian


More about Imitating The Dog: www.imitatingthedog.co.uk
Supported by Arts Council England

A Farewell To Arms
Dates & Times:
Thursday 27 November // 7:30pm
Friday 28 November // 7:30pm
Saturday 29 November // 2:00pm
Saturday 29 November // 7:30pm
The Old Market - BN3 1AS
t: 01273 201 801 | Website

Stage
Admn: £12-£16
Tue 28 Oct 19:30 until Sat 01 Nov
@ Barn Theatre
Barn Theatre
Southwick Community Centre
24, Southwick St
Southwick Brighton BN42 4TE
t: 01273 597 094
Website | Email


Bugsy Malone will be performed by City Youth Theatre Co during October half term. A fabulous production team has put together this wonderful production which is not to be missed!
Barn Theatre - Southwick Community Centre, 24, Southwick St, Southwick, Brighton BN42 4TE
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