Eight award winning monologues, two each night, about love, death, revenge and other serious matters:

 

A Strange Romance - performed by Thomas Everatt

​Can you fall in love with someone if you don't know their gender?

Love in the time of Corona - performed by Ivan Comisso

When the lock-down brings an abrupt halt to Jake's hedonistic lifestyle he strikes up a platonic friendship with Lauren. A filmed version of Love in the Time of Corona was winner in its category of the Vesuvius International Film Festival in 2021.

The Beast - performed by Melanie Thompson

Knowing Grossman's reputation for preying on young female employees, Caroline keeps her distance but an opportunity to advance her career propels her into his lascivious clutches.

Confession - performed by Neil Summerville

Detective Sergeant Dunderdale is on the brink of solving a bloody murder but is it acceptable to bend the rules if the only alternative is for a dangerous killer to walk free?

Denial - performed by Neil Summerville

'Denial' explores the dramatic consequence of one lonely man's attempt to make sense of a complex and frightening world.

Transhuman - performed by Melanie Thompson

Given the chance, would you choose to be immortal by uploading your consciousness to the cloud?

Trivial Dispute - performed by Neil Summerville

Two worlds collide when self made millionaire Trevor, suddenly finds himself at odds with the cosmopolitan and liberal minded Ewan

Solitaire - performed by David Vale

Reaching a ripe old age has it's downside. Nearly everyone Arnold ever cared for has gone. But at least he has his wife Claire. Or has he?

 

REVIEWS

A STRANGE ROMANCE:

★★★★★ Theatre Monkey

★★★★ London Theatre 1

★★★★ The Reviews Hub

 

DENIAL:

★★★★★ (four and a half Stars) Theatre Monkey

“A terrific piece of short theatre” ★★★★ The Reviews Hub

 

THE BEAST:

★★★★★ (four and a half Stars) Theatre Monkey

★★★★ London Theatre 1

 

LOVE IN THE TIME OF CORONA:

"A timely and relevant production." ★★★★ London Theatre 1​

★★★★ Theatre Monkey

TRANSHUMAN:

"an intriguing twist" ★★★★ The Reviews Hub

★★★★ Theatre Monkey

CONFESSION:

★★★★ Theatre Monkey

 

SOLITAIRE:

★★★★ Theatre Monkey​

"Vale’s performance as Arnold is exemplary – he gives us a fascinating and moving study of isolation. Dixon Potter invites us to listen, with a script that never feels in a hurry to cast judgement." ★★★★ (Three and a half stars) The Reviews Hub

 

TRIVIAL DISPUTE:

“Trivial Dispute is a play that lingers with you.” ★★★★ A Younger Theatre

★★★★ The Reviews Hub​​

★★★★ London Theatre 1

★★★★ Theatre Monkey

 

COMPANY

Writer & Director: Ian Dixon Potter

Music composed by Neil Thompson

Cast: Neil Summervile, Melanie Thompson, Thomas Everatt, Ivan Comisso, David Vale

 

Presented by: Golden Age Theatre

Twitter: @GoldenAgeTC

Facebook: @goldenagetheatre

Website: www.goldenagetheatre.com

Testimony

 
£15 / £10 Concession
GENRE

Theatre

DATE/TIME/LOCATION

Brighton Fringe 2022

Tue 17 May @ 7:30pm

Wed 18 May @ 7:30pm

Thu 19 May @ 7:30pm

Fri 20 May @ 7:30pm

RUNNING TIME

Two Monologues each night:

70 min, no interval

TICKET PRICE

Brighton Fringe 2022

Standard £15/ Conc £10 

Standard Full Price applies to all Adults aged 16 and over.

Concessions Price applies under 16s and to Over 65s only.

SUITABLE FOR

All Ages