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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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Brighton Fringe: You Left Me In The Dark – The Old Police Cells Museum, Brighton

Devisers: Spun Glass Theatre Director: Jessica Cheetham Reviewer: Joanna Trainor [rating:3.5]   “No dawn, no day; I’m always in this twilight…” Spun Glass Theatre does a brilliant job creating this twilight where nothing appears to be achieved for our two characters, nothing moves forward; instead everything is in a perpetual state of waiting. Coupled with the inevitable uneasiness the venue, ...

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