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Park Play

Park Play

Brighton Festival (May 2006), The Sensory garden, St Anne’s Well Gardens. Click here to read Miriam King’s Review of PARK PLAY for Total Theatre Magazine Park Play, set in the Scented Garden of a popular Hove park was the second… Continue Reading

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Ah Yesterday

Ah Yesterday

Brighton Festival (May 2005), in the garden of 12 Nizells Avenue, Hove. This was Wired Theatre’s third production to be set in the domestic environment of 12 Nizells Avenue, Hove. It was linked to the previous show “Get Up Those… Continue Reading

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Get Up Those Stairs

Get Up Those Stairs

Brighton Festival (May 2004) 12 Nizells Avenue, Hove. A review by Tim Chilcott, MA, DPhil, formerly Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at University College Chichester. Get Up Those Stairs is a fascinating piece of performance art that both excites… Continue Reading

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Maybemurder

Maybemurder

Brighton Festival (May 2003) 12 Nizells Avenue, Hove. Maybemurder was a performance installation, consisting of video material and live action which audiences were invited to view in a promenade around the house. This show continued the group’s policy of developing… Continue Reading

Lula and Marietta

Lula and Marietta

In David Lynch’s film Wild at Heart, women are demons or victims; they seem to have been constructed to fulfil certain archetypal male fantasies. The patterns defining the wicked witch/domineering mother and the victimised heroine/sexual temptress are specifically represented in… Continue Reading

Ladies in Waiting

Ladies in Waiting

5 Brunswick Square (May 1999) and Belgrave House (2000) Ladies In Waiting was inspired by Valasquez’ painting, Las Meninas and Picasso’s numerous studies of this work as well as the following texts:- The Birthday of the Infanta by Oscar Wilde,… Continue Reading