We recently spent a pleasant and some what hilarious afternoon chatting and drinking tea with Jonathan Brown in his garden. We talked about him receiving the New Writing South / Brighton Fringe 2012 Best New Play Award. We went on to discussed his winning play, The Last Lunch, the inspiration behind it and his theatre group, Something Underground Theatre Company.
We talk to Julian Caddy, Brighton Fringe MD at the Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings and Damian Barr, Curator and Host of the venue, then we take a look at all the Cultural Olympiad’s Dip Your Toe project and all its bathing machines. This video was 3 of 3 that appeared on the Independent Newspaper website.
We chat to Julian Caddy about the hundreds of shows for families at Brighton Fringe this year, before having a look at The Hurly Burly – Brighton Fringe’s first ever family dedicated venue. This video was 2 of 3 that appeared on the Independent Newspaper website.
We speak to Brighton Fringe managing director Julian Caddy about the first week of Brighton Fringe, take a look at some exciting new performance spaces and take in the atmosphere at Fringe City. This video was 1 of 3 that appeared on the Independent Newspaper website.
Dorothy Max Prior and Isobel Smith talk about Grist To The Mill’s production, Kissing The Gunner’s Daughter. This production will be performed in one of the Victorian style bathing machines for Dip Your Toe during the Brighton Fringe 2012.