The Tiger Lillies are a band that everyone should experience at least once in their life times.
Fringe veterans Max and Ivan bring their show Unstoppable to The Warren for this year’s Brighton Fringe.
Off the Cuff, the Brighton based improvisation troupe, bring their show Crime and Funishment to the Fringe.
The Bookbinder is Trick of the Light’s enchanting fairy tale of a young apprentice bookbinder’s encounter with an old woman and her mysterious book.
For those of you who have yet to encounter the fringe phenomenon that is Shit-Faced Shakespeare, this is a show that does exactly what it says on the tin.
The story of Macbeth’s tragic demise has been told many times by hundreds, if not thousands, of theatre makers.
When little in your life seems to be easy then perhaps, for some, the only way to take control is to adopt a persona.
Life-sized animal puppets with fully articulated limbs come to life in front of your eyes in a cacophony of singing, dancing and plenty of audience participation.
The Marked follows Jack’s crusade against the haunting demons that follow his life living rough on the streets of London.
An inconspicuous townhouse in Fiveways plays host to the promenade performance Dancing in the Dark.
A classic piece of American literature and a popular text for study in education, Of Mice and Men was John Steinbeck’s first venture into writing a novella aimed for the stage.
Turning up to a Box Office and asking for “A Threesome” is always a great way to start the evening.