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Ebeneezer and Me – The Space, London

Writers: Nigel Fairs Director: Louise Jameson Reviewer: Maryam Philpott We are surrounded by controversy, views we thought were retired at the end of the 20th Century are suddenly part of the political debate again. Of course they never really went away they just didn’t have a voice, and with the rise of social media and key celebrity mouthpieces they have ...

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BRIGHTON FRINGE: The Brighton Killers – The Old Police Cells Museum

The Brighton Killers

Writer: Nigel Fairs Reviewer: Fergus Morgan   Everyone shares a morbid fascination with murderers. It’s just a fact. And it’s a fact that Nigel Fairs exploits in The Brighton Killers, his 80-minute play about killers from the south coast, staged atmospherically in The Old Police Cells Museum. It’s part promenade production, part museum tour, and all sinister, spooky, bloodstained fun. ...

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In Extremis – King’s Head Theatre, London

Writer: Neil Bartlett Director: Caroline Devlin Reviewer: Lizzie Kirkwood [rating:2] On March 24 1895, Oscar Wilde visited the supposedly celebrated palm-reader Mrs Robinson. In February of the same year, Wilde took the Marquess of Queensbury to trial for libel, having publicly accused him of sodomy. As details of Wilde’s private life began to emerge in the press, the evidence against ...

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