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Greater Expectations at the Brighton Fringe produced by Tuppence Films

Brighton Unitarian Church New Road, Brighton, The City of Brighton and Hove, UK

Tuppence Films presents, Greater Expectations, a quartet of bodice ripping short plays, all written by women and put together, to make a sometimes funny and thought provoking hour. The plays are about wanting something more, whether personally, politically or socially .

Thursday the 29th and Friday the 30th of May at 7.45pm
Tickets £10 and £8 concession which include a free glass of wine.

Brighton Unitarian Church
New Road

Tickets available from the Brighton Fringe Box office
01273 917272


With individual plays directed by

Sarah Hamilton-Baker
Nohar Lazarovich
Ed Nash
Niall Phillips

Shani Erez will direct the whole evening, connecting all the pieces into Greater Expectations.

Play 1: 'Are you there though?'

Set amongst a game of musical chairs, sal and Jim navigate their way through dodgy party tracks and their separate lives, in the ten years after Uni. Sometimes, they come together, mostly they are apart. What happens when the music stops?

by Lorna Jones, Author of the 'Lolly does London' Blog

Directed by Nohar Lazarovich

Play 2: Battle lines

A fast paced play; exploring sexism and class in the city, that will get you cringing and chuckling in equal measure. But who's right, Victoria or Lauren?

by Maude Hirst and Sophia Jackson

Directer by Niall Philips

Play 3: The day Iain Duncan Smith came round for a brew

Jackie's got a temporary lodger, her daughter, Lauren! Manchester City Council doesn't know Lauren is living there, so whilst stuck at home all day, applying for jobs, Jackie won't allow her to open the door ! Lauren takes no notice.

by Natalie Bridge

Directed by Sarah Hamilton Baker

Play 4: The Unfree

What is life like in a female prison? How much control over our lives do we really have? Does everyone have the same chance? An honest, eye opening look into the world of the Unfree, told by the innocent and the guilty.

by Sophia Jackson

Directed by Edward Nash

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