Brighton Fringe is over, and Edinburgh is ages away…
Where are you going to get your Fringe fix from now, eh?
IYAF. Of course.
We have double-bills running at The Rose Theatre every night of the Festival so you can enjoy that Fringe feeling…
You know, where one minute you’re watching ‘pure clowning gold’ with Retina Theatre and the next you’re exploring the struggle for truth and power with Scupltress. Or immersed in the dark world of Grafting courtesy of Fine Mess and then captivated by the amazing physicality of George Contingency Theatre.
That sort of thing.
Shows run at 7pm and 8.30pm – so you can also enjoy a beverage in the Rose Cafe in between shows. Winner. Line-up below, click on the shows to book tickets.
Sunday 7th July
7pm – Forget Me Dot – a tragic comedy from IYAF Best of The Fest Winners 2018
8.30pm – Cult Classic – interactive comedy from the brilliantly anarchic Bad Clowns
Monday 8th July
7pm – The Book of Thel – a new musical adaptation of William Blake’s prophetic poem created by Kingston School of Art Community Engagement
8.30pm – 00:00 – Critically acclaimed multimedia documentary theatre piece; a high-speed journey beneath the facades we all wear…
Tuesday 9th July
7pm – Girl World – playful and provocative coming of age comedy. Expect love, laughter and wrestling and the trials of friendship when you’re growing up
8.30pm – The Feminazis – Gender inequality gets the Feminazi treatment in this exciting production from Curious Dispute Theatre Company.
Wednesday 10 July
7pm – Bully Beef – tense and gripping drama set on the battlefields of WW1. Shortlisted for New Writing South Best New Play Award Brighton Fringe 2018
8.30pm – Grafting – Gripping show exploring how the internet is, and should be policed
Thursday 11 July
7pm – Grafting (see above)
8.30pm – George – Stunning choreography and surreal comedy. Follow George’s journey through a world of bizarre and dangerous ambition.
Friday 12 July & Saturday 13 July
7pm – Form – ‘pure clowning gold’ (The Scotsman). A hilarious and moving journey of one man’s attempt to escape routine.
8.30pm – Dark and Lovely – How do you make your voice heard in a world where honesty is not always the best policy? Sculptress Theatre brings their first production to IYAF.