the Nightingale

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The Nightingale selects…Brighton Festival & Fringe favourites

In the run-up to Brighton Festival & Fringe, the Nightingale team will pick their five top shows to see this May.  First up is Artistic Director Steven Brett, whose choices … Continue reading

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A new nest for The Nightingale…

  We have a new home! We’ve just set up an office in New England House, a brilliant and sympathetic community of artists, makers, designers, bakers and all sorts of … Continue reading

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An evening of dance, drinks and discussion…

This Saturday, the Nightingale will present something a little different – a double-bill of performances with time for eating, drinking and socialising in between. Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion together with Gillie … Continue reading

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Five Minutes With…Flying Eye

Brighton-based theatre and performance company Flying Eye has been supported by The Nightingale to develop Wind Of Lights, their latest work for very young audiences. After an early audience preview … Continue reading

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HOST wins Most Groundbreaking Show in Latest Festival Awards

                  We were delighted to pick up the award for Most Groundbreaking Show for HOST in Latest 7’s Brighton Festival & Fringe … Continue reading

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The Nightingale launches HOST with Tim Crouch – Brighton Fringe 2014

The Nightingale believes that theatre can happen anywhere and how better to illustrate that philosophy than with our new project HOST, a performance model designed to take place in any location … Continue reading

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We are flying the nest…

AFTER many years in our Surrey Street home above the Grand Central pub, The Nightingale is set to fly the nest in April. The pub has recently been taken over … Continue reading

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Jan 21, 2014; A mini-season of unmissable dance

In amongst a packed season of work – condensed partly because of our issues with the water invasion – are some extraordinary dance works.  Because We Care by Simon Ellis … Continue reading

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Nov 22, 2013: Navigating stormy waters – the future of The Nightingale

  The grand old lady, that is the building that houses The Nightingale, is creaking. She is stretching at her seams and taking in water. We are doing what we … Continue reading

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HOST wins Most Groundbreaking Act in Latest Festival Awards

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