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Petrushka

5th, 6th, 12th, 19th, 20th May, 4th June

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In a world where puppets move without strings, who will win the girl and craved freedom.

The Intimate Strangers: Mister Bond

6th - 7th May

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Hit dark sketch comedy show.

Stones

5th - 8th May

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The mind can make a heaven of a hell... and vice versa.

At the Junction Cafe

6th - 8th May

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A new, experimental black comedy.

The Writers' Bloc

5th - 8th May

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Five great writers are placed in a room with an infinite supply of vodka, cigarettes and fear.

Bad Dad

6th, 7th, 9th, 10th May

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The hit one-man comedy about parenthood.

The Unknown Soldier

5th, 8th, 11th, 25th May

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Grist To The Mill bring their Edinburgh Fringe sell out 5 star show to Brighton Fringe for one last time.

The Empress and Me

6th, 9th, 12th, 26th May

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The amazing true story of the Princess Der Ling.

Gratiano

7th, 10th, 13th, 27th May

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He was never the hero – just a minor character – but he never thought he played the villain. 

Open Sky presents 'Scorched'

9th - 13th May

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A two day chase across the brutal Sahara. A triumphant capture. A hero’s return. 

Acting & Creating a Character

14th May

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Come and get your teeth into a refreshing approach to acting.

Something Wicked this way Comes

13th - 15th May

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Shakespeare's Prospera presides as Macbeth and Goneril battle each other for a chance at redemption.

Living with George

13th - 15th May

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One of the winning Rialto Scratch Night plays

A Murder of Ravens

14th - 18th May

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A brilliant weaving together of vocals, poems, music, song and performance.

Cinebra: a History of Horror

10th - 12th, 16th, 18th, May

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A multimedia frenzy featuring live scares and unforgettable songs.

Poe's Last Night

13th - 20th May

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American actor David Crawford portrays Edgar Allan Poe in his final desperate hours.

The Frow Show

18th - 20th May

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Good ol'fashioned sketch comedy, done well.

New York Stories

16th - 21st May

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Two wise-crackin’, fast-talkin’ Damon Runyon 1930s short stories.

Doing What it Says on the Tin

14th, 15th, 21st - 22nd May

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This one man tragicomedy written and performed by Tom Dussek is about struggle, wisdom, dignity and swearing. Lots of swearing. 

Maisie Adam: Living on the Edge - Live

17th, 21st - 23rd May

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The new one-woman Stand-up Comedy show from Maisie Adam.

Bug Camp

20th - 23rd May

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Bug Camp is a joyful new play about the collision of imagination, memory and loss.

The Missing Special

21st, 23rd - 26th May

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The winner of the Rialto Scratch Night.

The Elephant Girls

20th - 26th May

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 Devious and daring; they stole from the rich and gave to themselves.

Poet of the Impossible

24th - 28th May

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Not just a magician but a 'poet of the impossible'.

Cracked Tiles

24th - 28th May

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Blending farcical comedy, poetic storytelling and an unfolding mystery into an unforgettable one-man tour-de-force.

Motherhood: (Unspeakable), (Un)spoken

27th - 29th May, 3rd June

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Unflinchingly honest journey to every mum.

Double Whammy

13th, 27th - 29th May

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‘Next to Normal’ spin words, music, vocals & their sweet sweet moves into sketch forms.

Dark Matter

1st June

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A puppetry show and workshop that explores the journey of dementia.

Blue / Orange

27th May - 3rd June

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A modern masterpiece, exploring what it means to be ill in the mental health system. 

Tennessee Williams Double: Ivan's Widow & Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let me Listen

29th May - 3rd June

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Two unforgettable Tennessee Williams tales.

27 Wagons Full of Cotton

29th May - 3rd June

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Classic Tennessee Williams.

Slooshy Wordshow

28th-29th May, 3-4th June

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Stories, comic nonsense, social comment and wry humour from Greg Byron.

Fake Hip Gnosis

29th May, 4th June

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'Fake Hip Gnosis' speaks to that camp desire to believe in earnest in those things our intellect tells us are ridiculous.

Bones

2nd - 4th June

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A poignant, emotionally charged monologue about trying to find your place in the world.

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