It is a truth that should be universally acknowledged; you do not need to possess an extensive understanding of the books of Jane Austen to fully enjoy Austenatious.
If the thought of watching a one woman play about a Kurdish refugee turned lawyer helping to broker a major arms deal for a Swedish law firm doesn’t thrill you then think again, …
Is the comedy gene something you can inherit from your parents? If so then Siblings: Acting Out sisters Maddy and Marina Bye have been blessed with it in spades.
Emma Sidi’s one-woman show Faces of Grace is absolutely bonkers.
"In theatre no-one can hear you scream" unless you head down to the Sweet Dukebox this Fringe to see One Woman Alien, billed as a one hour (standard Fringe fair) one woma…
Have you ever turned up at a party to find yourself surrounded by people you didn’t know who all seemed to be united by an in-joke you didn’t get? That was my Space Doctor expe…
Set in an apocalyptical world, After feels like a theatrical experiment on many levels.
Martin’s overbearing mother dies leaving him homeless, helpless and unfortunately hopeless.
As the audience files into the dark Rialto
theatre space, a lonely figure paces across the stage, dressed in baggy
tracksuit bottoms, a grubby white T-shirt and baseball hat, ang…
It should be compulsory for discerning audiences to attend at least one Fringe show every year that is totally bonkers, and if it were, then The Starship Osiris would be a fine cho…
Each performance of Blue Heart Theatre’s relationship based plays features five short dramas where the company chooses the first three and the audience the last two.
We are told in the blurb that being a grown up sucks.
The cramped prison cell under Brighton’s Town Hall once more plays host to 368 Theatre Company’s trilogy of jail-based plays, which includes the sad tale of Olive and Bosi…
From the slapstick physical beginning of this self-penned one-man monologue, through to the show’s philosophical conclusion, the laughs come thick and fast in Bad Dad.
The cramped prison cell under Brighton’s Town Hall once more plays host to 368 Theatre Company’s trilogy of jail-based plays, which includes the sad tale of Olive and Bosie.
The premise of Get Fit With Bruce Willis promises a fun-packed frivolous hour of disco, Jimmy Somerville songs, fitness and a Faustian pact with the devil but sadly fails to live u…
What do you get when an
impressionable young writer moves into a London squat with a couple of crack
addict ballerinas and a pack of rats? Swan
Bake! This mash-up of song, dance…
Golem is an intense experience that proves being taken out of the
normal fringe comfort zone of cabaret or comedy is what makes Brighton such
an interesting and divers…
Gus Watcham hurries onto the stage as Kathy, looking
frazzled, determined and slightly deranged.
We’ve all been dumped.
There can’t be a more perfect setting for In Conversation With An Acid Bath Murderer than the bowels of Brighton’s Town
Hall, where 368 Theatre Company takes full advantage …
Local thespians in Brighton may be familiar with the Academy
of Creative Training (ACT), which strives to offer instruction to the ordinary
individual who dreams of a life on the…
The Herbal Bed is a cunning cloth-capped caper, skillfully shaped around a real life event in the summer of 1613.
It’s the second year for the Rialto Theatre at the Brighton Fringe but it’s already gaining a reputation as a home for local talent.
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