Monday, 3 May 2010

Brighton Rock - Socks at Brighton Fringe

Big thanks to the great people of Brighton. The Socks just enjoyed two nights at Komedia, performing ...Goes To Hollywood, our touring show based on last year's Edinburgh show, but with a couple of new bits of material squeezed in (thanks for bearing with those, Brighton). The second night was a sellout, the first was nearly there too, so a fine way to spend a bank holiday.

Among the new material was Brighton Rock, specially written for our Brighton visit and still taking shape. Here's its world premiere (or the first few minutes before it started crying out for a rewrite):

Star spotting while in town: saw David Walliams Saturday and on Sunday a presenter off kids TV whose name I can't place. So not as starry as star spotting gets, to be honest. And we can heartily recommend the artwork 77 Million Paintings by Brian Eno which is showing at Fabrika in Brighton. I watched it for a good 20 minutes and it is riveting. Go see. And enjoy the rest of the Fringe everyone, it's only just begun.

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