FUSEBOX opens as a new creative space in Kingston upon Thames.
Otherplace Productions Ltd, better known as the production company behind The Warren and Electric Arcade at Brighton Fringe has recently announced that it has appointed liquidators...
Kate Copstick reveals the mind of a reviewer.
Six Plays One Day provided a platform for productions in various stages of development to be performed in front of an audience and to receive feedback.
With so many shows to choose from, it can be difficult to know where to start so here’s ten must-see shows at Vault Festival:
Sol Taibi has won the Luke Westlake Scholarship 2022.
Kakilang celebrates the work of artists from across the diverse regions of East and Southeast Asia using dance, visual arts, live music, cabaret and puppetry.
Prague Fringe 22nd - 27th May 2023. Applications open to perform.
A chance to be one of the SIx Plays One Day Festival at The Space on the Isle of Dogs.
Three shows were presented with a Broadway Baby Bobby Award at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
I have this wish to be obscured. All the time. And obstructed and unseen. So I have made a ventriloquist horror comedy show. Let me (try to) explain.
Typecasting can be a plight for any actor.
As any pastor’s daughter would, German comedian Freddi Gralle finds humour in the rather bizarre chapters of her evangelical upbringing.
History is essentially chaos.
I’m going to be honest with you: I have next to no understanding how joke-writing works.
When you’ve been working on a play for over two and half years with two other writers it becomes hard to pinpoint the exact reasons behind why decisions have been made!
Episode 3 of Slaughtered Again is hosted by the ever fragrant Copstick, with special guests Luca Cupani, Simon Schatzberger, Joanna Lipari, Mike Blaha, and Paul Vickers.
Internationally renowned singer-pianist Jeremy Sassoon tells the amusing story of alternating careers that have now landed him onstage at the Edinburgh Fringe with his show MOJO (M...
Corey Weekes and I have been working on Rapsody for the best part of 2 years now.
We last came to the Fringe in 2019 with our take on Medea.
I love opera.
Olivia Zerphy is one of four theatre artists with a passion for film who formed Voloz Collective in 2019.
Richard Beck goes behind the scenes to see an improvised show is developed.
Every year the Fringe Society organises an event called Meet The Media for participating companies seeking coverage of their shows – Broadway Baby has supported the event every y...
Stephanie Green interviews Morag Deyes, outgoing Artistic Director of Edinburgh’s Dance Base on curating her last Fringe this year, 2022 and about her extraordinary childhood, he...
Is the right to own weapons of war more valuable than the lives said weapons claim? A play that provides space to discuss what needs to be discussed.
There’s no access guide to sex; how to consensually shag your blind girlfriend.
From lifelong ambitions to accessibility roadblocks, Joe Friedman talks about EdFringe and more.
Celebrating it’s 20th anniversary, The Woodstock Fringe, under the artistic production of the founder Wallace Norman, is set to bring three theatre productions to Edinburgh as a ...
From The Iliad to Afghanistan, Jonathan D'Young takes us through Troy & Us and its beginnings.
Ventnor Fringe, 'an authentic, bohemian festival experience', runs from 22nd - 31st July
Paul Stone provides some fascinating insight into drag and its place in WW2.
The Belgrade Theatre, Coventry is offering the opportunity for five Midlands-based creatives and companies to develop their work in the Theatre’s B2 auditorium
Jason Slavick has three weeks to embrace the Clown and find his inner child - and so a yellow bird is born and flaps its way to EdFringe.
Exploring art, performance, joy and culture with Franko Figueiredo.
Hip-Hop Orchestra Experience fuses the precision and refinement of classical music with the gritty edge of rap and hip-hop, pushing the boundaries of both. This is how it began.
Desmonda Cathabel wins 14th annual Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year 2022
Welcome to Brighton Fringe 2022! This is your ultimate guide to everything on at Brighton Fringe 2022, including cabaret and comedy, theatre and workshops, and much, much more.
A brand new night at Brighton's biggest comedy venue starts this April as Komedia teams up with comedy producers Berk's Nest whose previous shows shows include the Edinburgh Comedy...
For the last three years, COVID has meant that nearly all of my performing has been in my living room with my cats as the audience, or occasionally on Zoom.
Comedian Lubna Kerr’s fears on returning to the stage.
A new festival provides Edinburgh with a laid-back weekend of entertainment for all.
As Brighton and Hove leaves lockdown and enters Tier 2, socially distanced live performances are back on the cards.
Since the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis has caused the world to shut down, the theatre industry has gone dark, at least at first sight.
Does technology have a role in live performance? In 2014 The Old Market’s #TOMtech season blasted into Brighton, exclusively showcasing performances shaped by technology.
Copstick is back at Surgeons' Hall chatting to Martha McBrier, Darcie Silver, Pope Lonergan and Lisa Frischemeier.
Slaughtered, from the Underbelly Abattoir. Hosted by Copstick, with guests including Alun Cochrane, Luca Cupani, Langston Kerman, Taigé Lauren, and Darius Davies.
Unlike its sister crawl, Old Town North, Old Town South traverses more of the South Side’s bars that lie adjacent to many Fringe venues.
Kate Copstick chats to Paul Wady of Stealth Aspies about questioning labels on the topic of autism.
Hosted by Kate Copstick and featuring the equally fierce female voices of Kirsten Vangsness (yes, Penelope Garcia!), Elaine Miller, and Martha McBrier.
Kate meets the folks behind the [email protected] and finds out more about this unique venue.
Kate Copstick presents episode 1 of Slaughtered at The Surgeon's Hall with President Obonjo and Zach Zucker.
After a year of excellent shows, picking the winner was harder than ever.
There’s been disco-dancing to Madonna in an old church, vegan based stand up in a room above a pub, incredible acrobatics, hilarious cabaret songs about near-death experiences an...
Today theSpaceUK announces its 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Season with over 400 shows and the biggest new-writing programme at the Fringe.
There have been some stellar hits and some definite misses, but with some five star performances just starting their runs it could be that your favourite show of Brighton Fringe 2...
That’s right, we’re already coming towards the halfway point of Brighton Fringe.
From dark comedies, to sci-fi authors, to an uncooked lump of dough, Brighton Fringe certainly offers surprises for everyone as we head into this second weekend.
After taking on a LOT of research to create their new cabaret show, What Doesn’t Kill You [blah blah] Stronger, Tyler and Erin have discovered some tips on how to survive some pr...
The Old Market are excited to announce that they have managed to raise £1,057 for Brighton Women’s Centre throughout their Reigning Women season.
Welcome to Brighton Fringe 2019! We’re ready to welcome back old favourites, discover new talent and generally have a jolly good time.
This week culminates in International Women’s Day on Friday 8th March and The Old Market’s fiery mini-season, Reigning Women, has never seemed so relevant.
Ditch the messy arts and crafts this half-term and entertain your little darlings with the best live family friendly performances Brighton and Hove have to offer instead.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year (apart from Brighton Fringe, of course) and there are plenty of delightful performances to entertain you this winter.
If you’re not a performer, it can be impossible to imagine how anyone is able to get up on stage and entertain.
The Warren will be relocating for Brighton Fringe 2019 to a brand new venue in the heart of the city
Welcome to our top 5 picks from the third year of Brighton HorrorFest, the spooktacular celebration from Sweet of all things that go bump in the night.
Just like that, we approach the final weekend of Brighton Fringe.
The Museum of Ordinary People (MOOP) is a pop-up museum, running for one week only, as part of The Spire’s secret Fringe programme.
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 the...
May is marvellous.
You've probably walked the circumference of the globe the amount of times you've been up and down the pier.
Want to know who Broadway Baby is and our codes of conduct? Read on.
You have probably seen an awful lot about GDPR coming from all angles recently and although I’ve no desire to add more white noise to the conversation, in the spirit of compl...
We're almost mid-way through the Fringe and it seems like there are more shows than ever to pick from.
After the glorious sunshine of the opening weekend, you might be forgiven for thinking that the fun might be over.
The relationship between poetry and alcohol is renowned and Joseph J Clark continues in this tradition with his show, Drunk With A Pen (Sweet Werks 2, 5th-13th May, 19:00).
Do you always listen out for the screeching sound of the TARDIS? Have you dreamed of captaining the Enterprise to boldly go where no one has gone before? Does other people’s lack...
It’s the bank holiday and you’re ready for the long weekend – but what to do? Read on to discover how to kick-start your weekend with comedy, beer, parties and Julie Andrews.
Know your camembert from your comté? Your seitan from your soy? If you serve your steak on a Himalayan salt block or enjoy covering your chargrilled cauliflower with chermoula the...
Broadway Baby Publisher, Pete Shaw, offers a comprehensive guide to marketing your show at a fringe festival such as Edinburgh with tips on budgets, creating a press release, socia...
Writing a press release that a journalist will use is a skill even experienced PRs can get wrong.
Some years ago I wrote an article about the best strategies for getting Broadway Baby to review your show.
Olivier award-winning Kinky Boots celebrates its 1000th performance and has now welcomed over 1,000,000 customers in the West End.
Visit Westminster Abbey this half term and celebrate the Commonwealth during a week of special events for families.
As one of the heavy hitters at Brighton Fringe, Sweet Venues have announced they doubling their number of spaces in 2018 with two new venues.
The Rolls-Royce of English comedies, Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband, brings an act of political sin into the heart of the English home.
Former Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry heads to the London Palladium for one night only in May 2018.
The world’s longest running American musical, the multi award-winning Chicago, returns to London’s West End after a 5½ year absence.
All this week we've got some fantastic offers on your favourite West End shows. Check back daily for the latest offers.
Tipped to be London’s theatrical event of 2018, the multi-award winning and critically acclaimed Lincoln Center Theater’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King And...
Get last minute tickets to see Ronan Keating in the Mane Chance West End Charity Gala Spectacular at up to 72% off.
Barry Humphries is our masterfully seasoned emcee and cabaret diva Meow Meow our chanteuse in this risqué, sophisticated and seductive tribute to the jazz-infused music of the Wei...
Booking for Matilda has been extended until 19th February 2019.
The debut novel from McFly star and bestselling children's author Tom Fletcher The Christmasaurus comes to the London stage for a special Christmas spectacular in December.
There’s Murder in the West End this Halloween as an ancient curse turns cast members of London’s leading shows into method-acting murderers! The curtain has fallen on unsuspect...
Tickets go on sale at 12pm today for the world premiere of TINA - The Tina Turner Musical, which opens at London's Aldwych next Spring.
Sondheim’s musical comes to the West End starring Rosalie Craig and Patti LuPone at the Gielgud Theatre for a strictly limited season next year, and you can get your hand on ti...
Rehearsal photos released of Julian Clary and James Nelson-Joyce in the world première of the two-handed black comedy, Le Grand Mort.
Mutterings about star ratings are as much a part of the Fringe as plastic pint glasses.