Otherplace Productions, Brighton

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Official Data

Official Name
OTHERPLACE PRODUCTIONS LIMITED
Reg. office address
OTHERPLACE LOFTS, 11 JEW STREET, BN1 1UT, BRIGHTON, East Sussex
Company Number
07096732
Jurisdiction
England/Wales
SIC Code
90010 - Performing arts
90020 - Support activities to performing arts
90030 - Artistic creation
90040 - Operation of arts facilities
Date of Incorporation
05 Dec 2009
Company Type
PRI/LTD BY GUAR/NSC (Private, limited by guarantee, no share capital)
Previous addresses
24 Kensington Street Brighton BN1 4AJ
10 Steine Street Brighton BN2 1TE

Description

OTHERPLACE PRODUCTIONS: Our main venue is Otherplace at Bar Broadway, an award-winning fringe theatre in the heart of Brighton. Comedy, Theatre, Music - Brightons best boutique venue Bar Broadway is a fabulous pub in the centre of bohemian Brighton, and Otherplace at Bar Broadway is the award-winning fringe venue upstairs.


Company description
Otherplace Productions manage and run Otherplace at Bar Broadway, one of Brighton’s leading fringe venues and winner of Best Venue in the Brighton Fringe 2008 and 2009 (also coming runner-up in both subsequent years). The venue also won the prestigious Best Venue in the South at the Chortle Awards 2010. Otherplace Productions was founded in 2007 and has since promoted, produced and presented a whole host of work, the first of which was The 24-Hour Plays: The Red Bull Sessions in association with The Old Vic (2007, Komedia, Brighton). Theatre productions include The Haunted Moustache (Brighton Fringe 2008); Chris Fittock's Red (Brighton Fringe 2008); Hard Chair Stories (Brighton Fringe 2008; The Rose Theatre, London, 2008); A Harold Pinter Double-Bill: Ashes to Ashes/ One for the Road (2008); Three Vanêk Plays by Vaclav Hável: Audience/ The Unveiling/ Protest (2009); Have I None by Edward Bond (2009), Eurovision, A Month of Sundays, Tipping and Janis (Brighton Fringe 2009), with Janis going on to be nominated for Best Solo Performance at Edinburgh Fringe 2009; Tuesday (Brighton Fringe 2010), Dracula (site-specific at Latest Music Bar, 2010); Harold Pinter Shorts and Dario Fo’s The Open Couple (Brighton Fringe 2011); Arnold Wesker’s The Mistress (2011).
Co-productions include the following: I Kissed a Frog and it Gave Me Herpes (2008), Cabaret Brecht (2009), Huis Clos (2010), David Bramwell's The No.9 Bus To Utopia (Brighton Fringe 2010), The Importance of Being Earnest (Grand Hotel, Brighton Fringe 2010. Dir:Nicola Haydn). Otherplace Productions Associate Director Aine King's production of Tuesday by Edward Bond for the Brighton Fringe 2010 at Upstairs at Three and Ten, saw a rare visit from Bond himself who took part in a post show discussion on the opening night.
Co-production of Congregation (an installation of contemporary portraiture in association with Shardcore, at St Paul’s Church, Brighton Fringe 2009). The production company and venue retains its commitment
Keywords:
Theatre, Performing Arts Venues, Artistic Creation, Performing Arts Services, Performing Arts Support, Festivals, Fringes, Fringe Festival, Art Facilities
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