A man called acceptance


#FindYour Funny, Story

Six people, in a room, somewhere, someplace, some time.

They're part of a group. A support group. The amount of support that actually takes place in that group is... debatable, but it works for them.

On their journey navigating the difficult pathway of grief, we find them mourning the death of a celebrity.

However, slowly but surely we uncover why they're really there.

Written by Daisy Feeney Part Of The BN1 Arts Centre CIC Graduate Development Scheme*

BN1 Arts Centre CIC Graduate Development Scheme.
Graduates from varied artistic backgrounds will be chosen to develop their already existing short play, choreography, composition, visual art, film etc. They will be given the space and time and mentoring to work on creating a piece to be performed, played or screened at the Brighton Fringe Festival.



The scheme gives students who have been studying at a university in Brighton the opportunity to perform in one of Brighton's biggest festivals, The Brighton Fringe. By taking away the obstacles of not being able to afford a space to rehearse, a theatre to perform, a recording studio to mix etc allows graduates to make a positive start in their professional careers and develop their great ideas.

This year's graduate Miss Daisy Feeny wrote a 20-minute piece titled A Man Called Acceptance in which her cast performed a small excerpt from the play at last year's Brighton Fringe Student Showcase at Ironworks. Daisy is developing her script into a 45-minute play to perform at this year's Brighton Fringe Festival. Daisy Feeny trained at ICTheatres and graduated in the summer

Company: BN1 Arts Centre CIC (Graduate Development Scheme).

Genre: Theatre

Duration: 60 mins


Venues: BN1 Arts Centre


Venue Accessibility:

Assistance Dogs Welcome Assistance Dogs Welcome

Wheelchair Accessible Wheelchair Accessible

Accessible Toilet Accessible Toilet

For any queries about venue accessibility, including step free access, please contact box office.


Age suitability:
16+ (Guideline)


Babes in Arms policy:
Under 2's are allowed in for free on the lap of a guardian.


Content Warnings:

 Strong Language Strong Language

 Loud Noises Loud Noises

 References to Mental Illness References to Mental Illness

Additional Content Warning:
Drug or alcohol use not abuse.


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May 11, 2024

7.30pm

BN1 Arts Centre

Performance runs for 45 minutes, followed by a 15 minute Q&A.

Standard: £5

Conc: £3

May 12, 2024

7.30pm

BN1 Arts Centre

Performance runs for 45 minutes, followed by a 15 minute Q&A.

Standard: £5

Conc: £3



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