MY GAY BEST FRIEND is a heart-warming, ultimately moving exploration of friendship, co-written and performed by Nigel Fairs and Louise Jameson.
It was first performed in 2012, when it won an Argus Angel Award during the Brighton Festival, and has since been performed around the world, including Off Broadway and ...
MORNING IS RED is a love story with a difference, a moving, thoughtful reflection on the "War to end all wars"
It was first performed at the Old Red Lion, Islington in 1989. In 2018 it was revived by 368 Theatre Company at the Brighton Festival, directed by Louise Jameson.
"A commemorative and ...
MY MOTHER WAS AN ALIEN - IS THAT WHY I'M GAY? made its debut at the Brighton Festival 1998, after which the play transferred to Earl's Court. In 2011 the play was rewritten and performed at Arundel Jailhouse, as part of the Arundel Festival. A year later an audio version was released by Big Finish productions.
IN CONVERSATION WITH AN ACID BATH MURDERER tells the chilling true story of John George Haigh, the infamous 'Vampire killer' of 1949.
It was first performed by the Classic Reaction Theatre company in 1999 at the Brighton Festival, transferring to Norwich Playhouse later that year. In 2010 it was revived by 368 ...