Brighton Fringe / Dance Physical Theatre and Circus

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Tales

Tales

As the audience wandered into the Sweet Dukebox theatre for the start of Tales Michelle Madsen and Lizzy Margereson of BAIT were already standing by the seats, welcoming people warmly and having a little sashay to Grace Jones’s Slave the Rhythm. They were smiling and the audience was smiling before the show even started... 

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We Are Ian
We Are Ian

Loud rhythmic music and screens with flashing slides with We Are Ian written on them in different colours and fonts, provoke high expectations for something cool and exciting for the audience just arriving to the show... 

Ceyda Tanc Youth Dance
Ceyda Tanc Youth Dance

This spectacular cluster of dance pieces not only astounded through the sheer physicality of their presentation, but to produce piece after piece of originally choreographed narrative, so experimental yet clearly owing to Ceyda Tanc’s traditional Turkish folk training, was utterly remarkable... 

OUT
OUT

We are presented with two bodies: a loud Jamaican dance hall music and disco lights. As we enter The Marlborough we are not seated in the usual position... 

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Victorious Victorious at Brighton Fringe Awards

Victorious Victorious at Brighton Fringe Awards

And so we reach the end of Brighton Fringe 2018 and the Broadway Bobby Award to the Outstanding Show of the Fringe. Each year Broadway Baby makes an award to the show that has, in the eyes of our editorial team, been the stand-out show at the Fringe. 

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Something For The Weekend: Brighton Fringe Final Weekend
Something For The Weekend: Brighton Fringe Final Weekend

Just like that, we approach the final weekend of Brighton Fringe. We’ve been dazzled, bemused and wowed, but there’s still time for more... 

How Fundraising Has Taken Over Brighton Fringe
How Fundraising Has Taken Over Brighton Fringe

Despite the costs many performers experience putting on a production there are plenty who use the platform provided to them to fundraise or raise awareness for a cause close to their hearts... 

Something For The Weekend: Brighton Fringe Week 4
Something For The Weekend: Brighton Fringe Week 4

​​May is marvellous. Two bank holidays, Brighton Fringe and sunshine. What's not to love? If you're still undecided about how to spend the long weekend, we have all the top recommendations to make this the best bank holiday yet... 

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Rosetta

Rosetta

Award winning, internationally developed movement piece. Rosetta is a collaboration between movement and cutting edge responsive motion tracking technology. The performance explores the construct of language and how two forms, light and movement are used together to form a dialogue... 

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Guru Dudu's Silent Disco Walking Tours
Guru Dudu's Silent Disco Walking Tours

Sold out at Edinburgh Fringe 2017! Guru Dudu returns with his hilarious dance-walking tours of spontaneous flash mob dancing through the streets, interpretative dancing around local landmarks and lots of crazy interaction with onlookers... 

Home Solo - How to Survive the Future
Home Solo - How to Survive the Future

Two female soloists exploring intimacy and freedom and how to be human. 'Home Solo' - Hayley Matthews/Hej Jones, composer is an intimate performance that weaves together contemporary dance with spoken word and original live music and song, in an epic tale of feeling at home in your own skin... 

My Feminist Boner
My Feminist Boner

Fierce and funny, Sarah Blanc breaks down the rules of beauty in her new one-woman dance comedy show...