DORIAN RETURNS TO BRIGHTON FRINGE 2022
After its sold out, multi award winning run at Brighton Fringe 2021, Ross Dinwiddy's play, The Tragedy of Dorian Gray, is now showing at Brighton Fringe online 2022 in a beautiful black and white filmed version. Hit the link below to watch now!
It’s 1965, the world has changed and London is swinging...
In a studio in Chelsea, a young man is about to have his portrait painted. From there, Dorian’s story of fame, vanity, lust and corruption takes us on a twisted odyssey through heartbreak, betrayal and a touch of bloody murder.
Having played to full houses in London, Brighton & Hastings and winning the inaugural OffFest award from the Offies we are excited to bring this bold reimagining of the Oscar Wilde classic to Brighton Fringe this May.
BLUE DEVIL'S PAST PRODUCTIONS
Here are extracts from our scrapbook of past performances. We have had the privilege to work with some incredible actors over the years and played in some beautiful spaces.
Deadly serious comedy.
A young man says he's just looking for a place to stay, but he's got sex, violence and revenge on his mind. When Mike and Joyce open their door to Wilson, they're letting in so much more than a handsome stranger.
Joe Orton's Ruffian on the Stair was our first production back in 2017 at Brighton's Lantern Theatre. With a great cast and crew, we were nominated as Best Newcomers at the Brighton Fringe Award and the reviews were great.
With Kiki Kendrick as Joyce, Elliott Rogers as Wilson and Pádraig Lynch as Mike.
You are cordially invited to a most unusual, mechanically achieved execution.
2018 saw us back with Ross Dinwiddy's Franz Kafka - Apparatus, a reworking of Kafka's short story, In the Penal Colony. We received fantastic reviews for our previews at Brighton's Rialto Theatre plus a nomination for Best New Play as the Brighton Fringe Awards where it won the Best Design for Print Award. Apparatus transferred to London's White Bear Theatre in January 2019.
With Emily Carding as The Officer, Maximus Polling as The Soldier, Luis Amalia as The Condemned man and Matt Hastings as The Traveller.
Somewhere aboard The Geminus hides a dark and dangerous secret.
2019 and time for the premiere of Ross Dinwiddy's The Geminus, a reworking of Joseph Conrad's short story, The Secret Sharer. It opened to great reviews and audiences in Brighton's Rialto Theatre and transferred to Tristan Bates in London the following August.
With John Black as Hotson, Gareth Wildig as Legatt, Rober Cohen as Skeres, Ben Baeza as Frizer with Christine Kempell as Ma Gwen.
Berlin, 1931. The decadence is divine.
2019 also saw our production of I am a Camera by John Van Druten inspired by Christoper Isherwood's Berlin Trilogy which then inspired the musical, Cabaret.
We opened for 6 nights at Brighton's Rialto Theatre to packed performances.
With Kitty Rose Newbury as Sally Bowles, John Black as Christopher Isherwood, Karina Mills as Natalia Landauer, Ben Baeza as Fritz Wendel with Christine Kempell as Frauline Schneider.
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