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A Candid Insight into my Brighton Fringe Production: #6: The Run

THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON INDIEOMA.COM As all things come to a close, so do Fringe productions: the show run. However, what for the cast, crew, production staff, friends and partners thereof, etc. will be the end of a process, for the audience it is just the beginning. This is what all of the … Continue reading

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A Candid Insight into my Brighton Fringe Production: #5: The Production Diary

THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON INDIEOMA.COM With the final night of When All the Crowds Have Gone approaching (tonight at 7.30, in fact), it’s time to draw this article series to a close: today is the second-to-last article, discussing various production details in a Brighton Fringe show, with examples from When All the Crowds … Continue reading

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A Candid Insight into my Brighton Fringe Production: #4: The Rehearsal Process

THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON INDIEOMA.COM And so all planning falls down… yes, this was meant to be a daily column for the beginning of the Fringe, apologies for the ‘epic fail’ on my behalf… When All the Crowds Have Gone opened on Monday, and it all built up rather quickly. Still, a longer … Continue reading

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A Candid Insight into my Brighton Fringe Production: #3: First Steps

THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON INDIEOMA.COM I’m now going to assume you’ve always read the pieces that come before this; you really should, otherwise this won’t make much sense. In shortened form: you should now have a pretty decent idea of how most Brighton Fringe shows come together, and how much planning and thought … Continue reading

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A Candid Insight into my Brighton Fringe Production: #2: Finding Everything

THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON INDIEOMA.COM So, assuming you read yesterday’s piece, you know about how most Brighton Fringe shows come about, generally speaking, and a little bit about how the show I’m currently working on, When All the Crowds Have Gone, came into being. However, creative planning aside, the first few months of … Continue reading

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A Candid Insight into my Brighton Fringe Production: #1: First Thoughts

THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON INDIEOMA.COM Most Brighton Fringe shows actually start being planned around October/November of the year before. A collection of random ideas and thoughts, normally shared with friends and/or colleagues over a pint or a coffee or something similar, develop into a full idea, and suddenly the next 6-7 months are … Continue reading