Brighton Festival Fringe 2017
And Love Walked In
How many times can you fall in love? How many people can you love at the same time?
These questions arise when certain people – expected and unexpected – arrive, disrupting the
comfortable lives of an ageing psychotherapist and his charming wife. Confusion, delight and
anxiety ensue. Can reason overcome insane passion or will the fragile bubble of marital bliss
burst in this quirky, original production by old Fringe favourites? The outcomes can be witnessed
in close-up in this promenade production performed in a quiet house, in a quiet street in Hove.
WIRED THEATRE aims to present devised work that will challenge and entertain.
This Brighton-Based company has presented new work in the Fringe for over fifteen years.
The performance continues the company’s policy of making pieces in non-theatrical spaces.
Apart from productions staged in a derelict basement, an art room, a café, church and local park,
most performances have taken place in houses, i.e. maybemurder, Get Up Those Stairs, Ah
Yesterday (2003/04/05) at 12 Nizells Avenue, Hove, Look Now (2007), Above Below (2010),
After Money (2011) at The Regency Town House, Gone But Not Forgotten (2012), Come Unto
These Yellow Sands (2015) at a house in Poet’s Corner, All Found and up for Action (2014),
St Barnabas Vicarage, Hove and Dancing in the Dark (2016) at a house in Fiveways.
WIRED is known for taking risks, but “provided you concentrate – you’ll be treated to an experience unlike any other in Brighton.” Brighton Guru 2015
Dancing in the Dark (2016) ‘The house is the stage and the audience can enjoy close proximity with the actors. No rigid barriers distance the audience from what is happening in the house.’ (Arts Award Voice 2016) *****
- Gillian Eddison
- Angela Ferns
- Robin Humphreys
- Jackie Thomas
- Graham White
- Sylvia Vickers
Thank you to our Sponsors
- A and S Hair
- Bird Control Brighton
- Pelham Associates
Arka Original Funerals