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About our 2015 performances

Brighton Laboratory's House has been included in the Brighton Fringe's 2015 'Window' category!!! What does this mean? Ten performances, each year, are given the 'WINDOW' accolade and are recommended to industry professionals.

"WINDOW is Brighton Fringe’s Arts Industry programme created to develop and encourage artists ready for the next step in their career. It is a platform for high quality, new work to be highlighted during the first days of Brighton Fringe (1 – 7 May 2015)" http://www.brightonfringe.org/participants/window

 

About our upcoming performances 15/02/2015

Brighton Laboratory's House has been included in the Brighton Fringe's 2015 'Window' category!!! What does this mean? Ten performances, each year, are given the 'WINDOW' accolade and are recommended to industry professionals.

"WINDOW is Brighton Fringe’s Arts Industry programme created to develop and encourage artists ready for the next step in their career. It is a platform for high quality, new work to be highlighted during the first days of Brighton Fringe (1 – 7 May 2015)" http://www.brightonfringe.org/participants/window

 

 

House (May 2015)

 

 

Have you ever looked through a window into someone else’s world? The house is ‘for sale’ but what is left behind when we move?  Staged by twelve actors in two properties – a Victorian townhouse and a converted council house, this intimate devised performance invites the audience to travel through time and memory to explore the tension of house as home and house as capital,  

 

-'Intriguing, dark, poignant. Magnificent performances!'

-'A brilliant production. I was completely immersed, I need to talk for the next hour non stop...'

-'Brilliant. Insightful, moving and original. It will stay with me.'

 

 

House 2 (May 2015)

 

 

 

 

Location. Location. Location. How does location shape our desires and perceptions? If buildings could speak what might we hear? House 2 is an alternative option to view  –  a converted council house whose tenants have not quite gone.  This  live art installation offers extends the conversation between house as home and house as capital presented in House, and investigates the ways that the architecture of a building can shape our lives 

This free event can stand alone or be seen alongside House.  

 

 

 

Behind the scenes at The Brighton Laboratory 20/11/2014

We have had a very busy summer filling out forms, dotting i's and crossing t's and now are thrilled to announce our success at obtaining Arts Council backing for our forthcoming project...woohoo!  The new production, yet to be announced, will be taking place in Brighton during May 2015. 

We are also excited to announce that we will be collaborating with internationally renowned performance and installation artist Simon Wilkinson.  You can check out Simon's exciting work by clicking here http://www.circa69.co.uk and, please, watch this space for more news.

 

 

 

The House Project, May 2014 production

Performance Lab 27th August 2013

The Sun That Casts No Shadow, May 2013

Festival show nominated for award