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Bonnie in Brighton

solo performance · wasif productions · Ages 14+ · United States

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A moving and funny one-woman show about a Texan girl’s unconventional adventures in a British seaside town. This award-winning coming-of-age story has charmed audiences in Brighton, London and Edinburgh festivals as well featuring in Best of Hollywood Fringe and the LA Women’s Theatre Fest. Part travelogue, part love-letter to a city, the show explores the idea that sometimes you have to pretend to be someone else to find out who you really are.

Beautifully written and simply staged by Guy Picot, “Bonnie in Brighton” is for theatre lovers and novices alike.

Erin Parks – Winner Best Female Performer Brighton Festival


“There aren’t big flashy costumes or sets, and the sound primarily comes from Parks, yet the overwhelming feeling of having witnessed a grand event washes over you as you walk out of the theatre.” LA Theatre Review

“…brilliant piece of writing and performance. Go and see it. I mean, GO AND SEE IT. SIX STARS IF I COULD." FringeReview

“Erin Parks is a phenomenon.” **** Latest 7 Magazine

“A truly gripping yarn spun into a great piece of theatre.” **** Three Weeks

“This one-woman show about an American girl who falls in love with Brighton in her year out is a revelation, thanks to an extraordinary performance from Erin Parks.” **** Brighton Festival Review

“Erin Parks gives a remarkable performance. Guy Picot’s script is superb. Theatre doesn’t come any better than this.” The Stage

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