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BRIGHTON ROCKS: Our Brighton Fringe Picks – 9-13 May

The sun has been shining down on Brighton Fringe for opening weekend, and following an explosive opening, courtesty of fireworks from the roof of St Peters, crowds have been enjoying the feast of events on offer for the first weekend of Brighton Fringe 2016. Though the weekend has drawn to a close, the Fringe party continues and below are our ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: Rebecca Crookshank – Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Rebecca Crookshank tells us about her show,Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, which is be performed at Sweet Dukebox.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? A supersonic eye opening true story uncovering scandal in the military institution, you'll be grooving ...

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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot –The Barbican Theatre, Plymouth

Rebecca Crookshank

Devisor and Performer:Rebecca Crookshank Director: Jessica Beck Reviewer: Karen Bussell   Whiskey Tango Foxtrot is,appropriately, alot about booze, dancing and sex. And penguins. But it is much more too. Courageous Rebecca Crookshank's debut show is an engaging, funny and movingstory, highly personal but with a wider reach. Thenarrative is brave and intimate butalso pays homage to the too-often overlooked women ...

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FIVE FAST FRINGE QUESTIONS with…Rebecca Crookshank

In one sentence tell us about your show. Fear of failure can paralyze you; embracing the unfamiliar can make you feel alive. What made you decide to bring a show this year? The show's been in my head for over ten years, finally it's ready for take-off. This is my debut show as a writer/performer - it's time to get ...

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Impotent – Lion and Unicorn Theatre, London

Writer: Matt Reed Director: Graham Hubbard Reviewer: Joanna Forest [rating:5] Talented new writer Matt Reed’s ‘Impotent’ is an absolute gem of a piece as a fascinating yet humorous look at the world of erectile dysfunction. The author is quoted in the programme as saying “if you can’t get either humour or poignancy from the subject matter you should have your ...

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