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Brighton Festival

Two new plays featured at the 2015 Brighton
Festival began life as A-level devised examination
performances at Eastbourne College.The plays have subsequently been developed into full-scale
professional performances.

Trailers for both productions can be seen on
the College’s dedicated You Tube Channel:

All Change was performed at The DukeBox Theatre, Hove and The Twelfth Disciple at the Pit Theatre, Brighton. Both plays were very well received by audiences and theatre critics. Here are brief synopses and some reviews:

All Change

waits, his train of thought broken by fragmented memory. His daughter
Lily packs his things as she prepares him for life in a ‘home’. The
moment her back is turned, he unpacks…

Confusion reigns as misunderstandings multiply. Ivor won’t go quietly…

“A thoughtful play, taking challenging issues and making them richly entertaining” Eastbourne Herald.  

This production supports the work of St Wilfrid’s Hospice. Donations may be made at:

The Twelfth Disciple

21st-century Judas is forced to give up his leader. As religious
violence continues to tear the region apart, questions raised by
imagining the emergence of a charismatic leader of a non-violent
movement are every bit as pressing now as they were 2,000 years ago…

“Immediate, contemporary and poignant” Eastbourne Herald.

cinematic footage with an on stage interrogation, ‘The Twelfth
Disciple’ is a political thriller with biblical bite. This production
supports the work of the charity Children of Peace. Donations may be
made to this cause at: