The Warren: Studio 2

The Warren: Studio 2
York Place, Brighton, BN1 4GU
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Agamemnon

Berkoff's brutal description of war that delves into the dirty details of battles on the field and between the sexes. Performed by a strong cast of eight youths from Windmill Young Actors.

Mon 8 May

£9 (£8; £7)

Tue 9 May

£9 (£8; £7)

All Cashed In

Quids In Theatre Company's musical comedy paying tribute to Johnny Cash, as Greg sees his life starts to mirror that of his musical hero.

Sat 13 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Sun 14 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Mon 15 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Cabaret: O.T.T

Following a sell-out run and rave audience reviews of Cabaret RIP, Nuno Sabroso returns to the Canal Cafe Theatre with a brand new show. Cabaret OTT follows an ordinary platform attendant on his extraordinary journey underground. Get ready to meet the city's crazy, lonely, joyous, manic, glamorous, tragic and downright…

Fri 5 May

£10 (£8.50)

Sat 6 May

£10 (£8.50)

Folk It

Acoustic music from guest acts, curated by singer-songwriter Sylvie Lewis.

Wed 10 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Wed 17 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Wed 24 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Wed 31 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

The Gin Whore Tour

Katherine O'Neil delves into the history of gin. Tastings included.

The Girl Who Fell In Love With The Moon

Human Zoo Theatre Company's exploration of humanity's eternal fascination with the skies, told through puppetry, poetry, movement and live music.

Fri 12 May

Sat 13 May

Sun 14 May

JoJo Bellini: Crash-Bang Cabaret!

The songstress returns with a new routine of cabaret and tongue-in-cheek songs.

Mary And Me

Wild Productions presents a dark drama written and performed by Irene Kelleher, and directed by Belinda Wild. In Ireland, 1986, a 15-year-old girl dies giving birth at a grotto.

Fri 5 May

£10–£11

Sat 6 May

£10–£11

Sun 7 May

£10–£11

Mine

Put The Book Down present their critically-acclaimed one-woman show about a mother questioning her love for her son when he is arrested for something unthinkable

Thu 11 May

£8–£10.50

Fri 12 May

£8–£10.50

Sat 13 May

£8–£10.50

Sun 14 May

£8–£10.50

Octopus

Set in a world where 'Britishness' is state defined, three women decide to resist definition altogether. And form a punk band. An anarchic new comedy by Afsaneh Gray (2014 Royal Court studio group), presented by Paper Tiger Productions and Greenwich Theatre in association with Fine Mess Productions.

Tue 9 May

£11 (£9.50; £8.50)

Wed 10 May

£11 (£9.50; £8.50)

Fri 12 May

£11 (£9.50; £8.50)

The Picture Of Dorian Gray

Box Tale Soup's adaptation of Oscar Wilde's story, featuring puppetry and a powerful original score.

Sat 6 May

£11 (£9.50; £8.50)

Sun 7 May

£11 (£9.50; £8.50)

Rap Guide To Consciousness

Baba Brinkman explores the study of consciousness, the how and why behind your thoughts and perceptions. Mixing cutting-edge research with comedy and mind-bending rap storytelling.

Sun 7 May

Mon 8 May

Tue 9 May

…and 2 more dates until 11 May

Super Hamlet 64: Parody DLC

Edward Day explores mental health and addiction to technology, through clowning, mime, live music, retro animation and video projection.

Mon 8 May

Sat 20 May

Sun 21 May

They Built It. No One Came.

'Neither of us were very charismatic…that was a problem.' Eight years ago Tobias and Alexander came together to form a spiritualist commune based on their shared vision of a peaceful and harmonious community…they are still awaiting their first member. Following a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe and a sell out run…

Fri 5 May

£11.50 (£9.50; £8.50)

Sat 6 May

£11.50 (£9.50; £8.50)

Sun 7 May

£11.50 (£9.50; £8.50)

Wed 24 May

£11.50 (£9.50; £8.50)

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