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Graham Greene's classic thriller about 1930's gangland Brighton. 'Pinkie Brown' a teenage would be gangster with psychotic tendencies tries to hang on to his mob rule in the town. Following the murder of Daily Messenger man, Kolley Kibber, Pinkie is trailed by amateur detective, Ida Arnold, who tries to save Pinkie's girl, Rose, from his violent behaviour. Branded as something of a "Lock Stock and Brighton Rock" by those in the press, this new and exciting production, set against a background of video projections and B&W photos of 1930's Brighton is sure to be one of the highlights of this year's Brighton International Festival.Performers Mark Burgess, Joe Marshall, Clea Smith, Maggie Clune, Richard Felix, Philip Barnes, Trevor Littledale, Isabel Scott Plummer, Mark Katz.
Book by Graham Greene. Company Hanover Productions. Adapted by Terry James. Director Chris Beaumont. Lighting Jem Hammond. Sound Sarah Sansom.
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