After thoroughly impressing with their adaptation of Dracula, TRUESTORY return with another legendary gothic tale as they find all the right parts for an excellent take on Mary She…
A reviewer's job can sometimes be a miserable one.
Feeling othered and unwelcome in London, Daisy returns to Poland just before Christmas after almost a decade of absence.
Styling itself as a 'heartfelt and hilarious musical tribute' to the city of Brighton, All Things Brighton Beautiful utterly triumphs as a celebration of everything we love…
The makers of last year's Love Letters to Rappers and the winners of the Brighton Fringe Audience Choice Award 2018 invite you to a moment of reflection as they gather for the …
Directed and written by Suzanne Andrade with film, design and animation by Paul Barritt, The Animals and Children Took to the Street arrives at The Old Market theatre in Brighton.
LifeLikeTheatre brings the Orton Diaries to the stage at Rialto Theatre, Brighton and attempts to explore the final months of Orton’s life at the height of the swinging sixties.
On the roof of multi-storey car park, two strangers collide.
It's a very difficult thing to talk about Artificial Intelligence Improvisation by Human Machine.
Crawling out from the wreckage of a nasty breakup comes the grotesque figure of Prune.
Ever find yourself singing along to music on the radio and then realising the lyrics are kind of messed up? Do you know the words to all of Eminem’s songs but some bits you rap j…
In the suitably gothic grandeur of the Rialto theatre, David Crawford bounds onto the stage to tell us the tale of H.
An inspired slice of sketch comedy served up by Laura Curnick and Jack Mosedale, MOTHER is brimming with great ideas and executed by two fantastic comedic talents that should be on…
Brighton has long been a home for artists, creators and the alternative.
Welcome, watchers of illusions, to a review that shall dispel your confusion.
The latest production from Windmill Young Actors attempts to explore the spirit of revolution and a multitude of ambitious ideas with varying degrees of success.
This isn’t the gentle comedy romp through the Lord of the Rings that many may believe from the title.
Joe Wells returns with his unique brand of acerbic political humour about how we all grow increasingly right wing as we age.
Forget Spaceballs, there is a new sci-fi comedy champion in town.
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