News: A new play questioning female legacy debuts at Brighton Fringe

News: A new play questioning female legacy debuts at Brighton Fringe

Re:Production plays its debut show at Brighton Fringe festival’s The Warren this May.

Can you have it all? Do you want it all? A scientist, on the cusp of a new IVF discovery, is faced with difficult decisions about her own fertility. Re:Production is an intimate story exploring women’s choices, and the science behind those choices, when weighing up careers, parenthood, and where self-worth is found.

The award-winning White Slate Theatre debut at Brighton Fringe with their third piece of new writing. Following on from the iconic tumultuous story of Your Fragrant Phantom and the exposing Captured, Re:Production has engaged public opinion from the start with a behind-the-scenes blog White Slate Undone, raw & honest open rehearsals and Parent & Baby workshops.

Written by Jenna May Hobbs, it stars Dan Burman and Catherine Nicholson, directed by Suzanna Ward.

White Slate Theatre are a female-led Director/Playwright collaboration touring new writing across the UK.  Established in 2013, the company unveils intimate & intricate human relationships through a unique playful style creating electric performances that are different every night.


Re:Production plays The Warren: Theatre Box as part of Brighton Fringe Festival. For more information and to book tickets, please visit the website.