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In Conversation With An Acid Bath Murderer

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 Theatre ... More

Love’s the Thing

"high quality theatre... a wonderful afternoon." Eastbourne Herald LOVE'S THE THING was a celebration of William Shakespeare, compiled by Nigel Fairs. Inspired by the Jane Austen novel "Mansfield Park", the evening took the form of a 19th Century "private theatrical", in which the arrogant Edmund, his stoically ... More

My Mother Was An Alien – Is That Why I’m Gay?

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. R... More

The Snow Queen

THE SNOW QUEEN was a new musical version of Hans Christian Anderson's story, presented by the students of Louise Jameson's Sunday Drama College in Tunbridge Wells, at the Trinity Theatre. With book & Lyrics by Nigel Fairs and music by Adam Rood, it told the story of two contemporary 'street kids', journeying through ... More