BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: Moral Panic

Blue Dog Theatre presents MORAL PANIC
A play by Stuart Warwick

It’s 1984, and Charles Hawthorne is working as a film censor. It’s a turbulent time, with national hysteria around a gaggle of extreme horror films – branded the video nasties. Charles is taking it all in his stride though, and even sniffs a possible promotion. That is until there’s a new appointment at the board. An appointment of a female censor who turns Charles’ world upside down, and has murderous consequences….

TICKETS REQUIRED
7 Performances:

  • Mon 16th May 18:30-19:30
  • Tue 17th May 18:30-19:30
  • Wed 18th May 18:30-19:30
  • Thu 19th May 18:30-19:30
  • Fri 20th May 18:30-19:30
  • Sat 21st May 18:30-19:30
  • Sun 22nd May 17:30-18:30

Unallocated seating
Tickets available from the Brighton Fringe Festival website.


SUITABLE FOR AGES 16+


  • ABOUT THE VENUE:
    This show will take place in the Conclave Events Space, located in the basement of CONCLAVE GALLERY, 9 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3WA.
    NB. The space is accessed via the gallery, and then down a flight of 14 stairs; there is no lift available, sorry!

BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: George Sawyer: True. Mostly.

Sawyersaurus Productions presents
GEORGE SAWYER: True. Mostly.

Brighton Fringe 2019 People’s Choice Nominee, George Sawyer, returns with a bunch of stories that may or may not have happened to him or to anyone, ever. Don’t believe everything you hear, except everything in this show. Expect tall tales of a cosh-wielding cockney gran, a psychotic Jack Russell terrier, a movie maniac alarm clock and some rapping. Dad rapping.

TICKETS REQUIRED
3 Performances:

  • Fri 6th May 18:45-19:45
  • Sat 7th May 18:45-19:45
  • Sun 8th May 17:45-18:45

Unallocated seating
Tickets available from 1st March 2022 from the Brighton Fringe Festival website.


SUITABLE FOR AGES 16+


  • ABOUT THE VENUE:
    This event will take place in the Conclave Events Space, located in the basement of CONCLAVE GALLERY, 9 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3WA.
    NB. The space is accessed via the gallery, and then down a flight of 14 stairs; there is no lift available, sorry!