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Bobby Awards Shortlist Announced for Brighton

Bobby Awards Shortlist Announced for Brighton

After hundreds of shows, thousands of performers and a month of the most exciting shows from around the corner and around the world, Brighton Fringe is almost over. That means it’s about time to present the coveted Broadway Baby Bobby award. This prized accolade is awarded to the show that is considered by our panel to be the best in the festival. For the 900 shows at the Brighton Fringe, there is only one Bobby award. Continue Reading

Something for the Weekend: Brighton Fringe 21-22 May

Something for the Weekend: Brighton Fringe 21-22 May

It’s the halfway point for Brighton Fringe and there are still hundreds of shows left to see. With a beautiful Brighton weekend ahead, it’s the perfect chance to discover some unearthed talent, experience epic extravaganzas and watch some little beauties. Continue Reading

​Interview: Gran Consiglio (Mussolini)

​Interview: Gran Consiglio (Mussolini)

A smash hit at the 2015 Prague Fringe, this is the portrayal of a complex man who thought of himself as a genius and ended up being a clown in the eyes of the world as The Grand Council of Fascism meets to discuss the deposition of Benito Mussolini. Continue Reading

​Interview: Hardly Still Walking, Not Yet Flying

​Interview: Hardly Still Walking, Not Yet Flying

German theatre isn't well known outside Germany. In fact it's probably not that well known inside Germany. Laura Hermann talks to us about her excitement for Hardly Still Walking, Not Yet Flying, entirely performed by Germans speaking perfect English. Continue Reading

​Something for the Weekend

​Something for the Weekend

Weekends are when Brighton Fringe truly comes alive. With a plethora of sunshine and shows, no weekend is complete without a trip along the beach and going to see a few shows. Take a stroll down Fringe City, see the finest street performances and gather another collection of flyers to help you decide what shows to see this weekend. We’ve picked out our top 5 performances for this weekend (14-15 May) that you’re guaranteed to love. Continue Reading

Interview: The Tim Bat Trick Show

Interview: The Tim Bat Trick Show

Gentleman Juggler and unwitting clown Tim Bat performs his impressive repertoire of amazing tricks with aplomb. But when the props get the upper hand, frantic hilarity ensues. We find out why there’s plenty for adults to enjoy and the kids have a really good laugh. Continue Reading

Interview: Un-titled

Interview: Un-titled

Katy Matthews tells us about Un-titled, her play about art, told by art. From working with Brighton's comedic cream in The Treason Show, this is her debut work at Brighton Fringe.  Continue Reading

​Interview: Birthday in Suburbia

​Interview: Birthday in Suburbia

Ally Cologna tells up about Birthday in Suburbia, a rich mixture of clown, dark comedy and rich visual imagery. Join a rollercoaster ride through a parallel world of despair and joy and hold on tight... it’s a rough old journey. Continue Reading

​Interview: Twig the Pixie

​Interview: Twig the Pixie

Tom Veryzer talks to us about his pixie-fuelled comedy riot packed with adventure, mischief, stand-up comedy and storytelling and leaves us wondering exactly was a fun-splosion is. Continue Reading

​Interview: Ballistic

​Interview: Ballistic

Inspired by Elliot Rodger’s manifesto, Ballistic is a one-man tour-de-force about the life of a loner & the vulnerabilities & violent capabilities of a young man today. Continue Reading

Interview: It\'s Okay I\'m Dealing With It

Interview: It's Okay I'm Dealing With It

Award winning, comedic dance-theatre duo present their new show and we’ve been talking to them to find out a little bit more. Described as a humorous yet sensitive insight into how we deal with imperfections and vulnerabilities, this may well prove to be another smash hit piece of comedy theatre for the pair. Continue Reading

​Interview: Transgendered Shakespeare

​Interview: Transgendered Shakespeare

On his 400th anniversary, can Shakespeare help a father and child explore each other’s worlds? We talked to Rory and Simon Waterfield discussing how the bard inspired their transgender issues show. Continue Reading

News - Brighton Fringe Opening

News - Brighton Fringe Opening

After months of waiting, Brighton Fringe opened its doors last night with the launches of three major venues. The glorious sunshine was the ideal weather for the openings of Republic, Sweet Venues and The Warren and the perfect combination of sun, shows and high-spirits made for some splendid pre-fringe entertainment. Continue Reading

​Interview: Just a Few Words

​Interview: Just a Few Words

Nye Russell-Thompson invites you to take a look into the mind of a man who stammers in this dark comedy that was nominated for a Total Theatre award at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe. Continue Reading

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