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Juicy Lime Productions bring Killing Steve to Brighton’s Unitarian Church on Tues 20 & Fri 23 - Sat 24 Oct 2020 as part of Brighton Fringe

Killing Steve at Brighton Fringe this Autumn

An award-winning director and award-winning actor join forces to deliver a mind-bending piece of theatre for our modern times.  Juicy Lime Productions present this new piece of contemporary writing which will see its debut at Brighton Fringe’s Autumn Season. Coming to Brighton Unitarian Church on Tues 20 & Fri 23 – Sat 24 Oct, it’s dark and humorous, exploring psychological warfare at its best… or worst.

Zoe and Nikki have been in lockdown for three months. Nikki’s started talking to the walls. Zoe’s been stalking celebs on Instagram whilst binge eating chocolate.

A long-term friendship is at breaking point. Frank’s getting involved, or is he? And where the hell is Steve?

Two women, one room and a whole lot of chaos.

“This piece has been in development for a long time,” said the show’s writer and cast member, Helen Pepper Smith. “To see it finally come together is such a joy. We have a talented director who really understands the piece. He has found some surprising and beautiful moments hidden within the dialogue, which makes it even more exciting for me as both an actor and the writer.”

Brighton based Juicy Lime Productions produce original plays. They plan to tour Killing Steve and support of other Fringe events throughout next year.

Contains strong language, reference to violence, triggering content and references to mental health

Juicy Lime Productions’ Killing Steve comes to Brighton Unitarian Church, New Road BN1 1UF on Tues 20 & Fri 23 – Sat 24 Oct 2020 (7:30pm-8:30pm) as part of Brighton Fringe

Tickets £15.00, concessions £12.50

To book tickets visit www.brightonfringe.org or call 01273 917272.

www.juicylimeproductions.com

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