Archive 2015-16


Dealer’s Choice

Talking Scarlet
April 5 – 16
‘It’s some feat this gritty mix of sparring vulnerability comes across as both sensitive and caring’ ★★★★ – The Latest

Gertrude – The Cry

Brief Hiatus
March 30 – April 2
‘Minimal.  Visceral.  Unforgettable.’ OUTSTANDING – Fringe Review

The Tempest

88 London Road in association with Droll & Folly Theatre
March 8 – 26
‘Outstanding for its ownership of the space and a Tempest delivered with generosity, inventiveness, skill, fun and a passion for performance throughout’  OUTSTANDING  – Fringe Review

The Albatross 3rd & Main

Shiny Pin Productions
February 2 – 20
‘Razor sharp and wickedly funny’ – Treat Williams



88 London Road
December 4 – January 9 2016
‘With risqué double-entendre, brilliantly written leads and unbeatable audience participation, James Weisz and his team have certainly created a pantomime worthy of the Christmas season in their laugh-a-minute take on this timeless tale’ – BN1 Magazine

Dial ‘M’ For Murder

Talking Scarlet
October 28 – November 21
‘The intimacy of the venue propels the audience into the living room of Tony and Sheila Wendice, intensifying the uncomfortable moments of suspense’ ★★★★★  – The Argus

Once Upon A Wonderland

 Chocolate Box Theatre & Muscial Theatre 2000
13 – 18 October
‘Eschewing over-familiar musicals they introduce over 30 numbers from more contemporary shows. The choice of songs is inspired … The whole show is ensemble work of the highest quality’ ★★★★★ – The Argus

The Jungle Book

88 London Road
July 7 – 31
‘Forget Disney – this alternative musical adaptation of Kipling’s classic shimmers with jungle heat and theatrical magic’ ★★★★  – The Stage

Singin’ in the Rain

Bird Studios YTG
June 9 – 21
‘Singin’ in the Rain is the ultimate expression of joie de vivre and Bird Studios’ own take on this classic will certainly leave audiences with smiles on their faces’★★★★  – The Argus


The Hiccup Project
Brighton Fringe: May 26 – 30
‘The show stands out as one of the most genre-splatting, refreshing, silly, lovely, heartbreaking, trivial, profound, inventive, upbeat, enjoyable productions at this year’s fringe’ OUTSTANDING – Fringe Review
WINNER Outstanding Theatre Award at Brighton Fringe 2015

Puss in Boots

Bard & Troubadour
Brighton Fringe: May 25 – 29
‘A really magical show!’ ★★★★★ – LoveFringe

What the Butler Saw

Talking Scarlet
April 21 – May 9
‘This is a splendid production … Kirk is magnificent … so much is wonderful about this evening which is full of highlights’ – Gscene