Some people might think
that setting the Battle of Stalingrad to Britney Spears’ Baby One More Time is
somewhat trivialising the matter.
How funny is
Non Violent Communication? Apparently, NVC is a way of talking which involves
getting your needs met, as well as the needs of others.
Nigerian Tunji Sowande quietly breaks through multiple barriers to become Britain’s first Black judge in 1978.
The Little Creepers by Charlotte Bell is a debut show that explores the trials and tribulations of a teenage girl with schizophrenia in the 21st century.
Sex: we (almost) all do it, but we hardly talk about it.
Go on an award-winning, magical, musical, multi-sensory adventure in the Kalahari desert with Little Meekat and her friends Elephant and Wise Monkey to find out all about Calm and …
On a lake somewhere not far away, a mother duck is sitting on her eggs.
Join us in our make-believe restaurant! Grab a table, order your black and white ‘plate of food’ and get colouring! Ready Steady Colour is an interactive theatre experience for all…
“The UK has voted out.
This Brighton-based forum theatre company produce thought-provoking performances about social and political matters, using storytelling, discussion, and re-enactment.
A musical story for children where each character is a musical instrument .
Florence and Watson are honey badgers of a very rare sort.
Meet Megan and Sophie.
An afternoon of creative writing, poetry and stories.
A song about science for every letter of the alphabet.
This is the fourth show in the series ‘Lions Led By Asses’ using poetry, song and facts.
Dementia is everybody’s business so let’s get talking about it.
A day offering people the opportunity to step into our experiences of living with loss and bereavement.
Fusing stand-up, cabaret and live documentary, we go on a journey through that most deceptively fascinating of subjects - debt!
With comedy vignettes (laughs), appearances from …
Do you struggle to tell the difference between your ego and superego? University lecturer turned stand-up comedian Alex Sergeant has the answer.
Come and take a look around our beautiful church.
Notorious performer Hypnotique tells her personal story about the world’s first electronic instrument (from 1920s Russia) and it’s influence on music today – including Led Zepp…
Once upon a time, you were just a cell in your mother’s womb.
Brighton Death Forum present Gimcrack Productions’ ‘Moribund’, a piece of
contemporary performance addressing our relationship with death, both
light-hearted and poignant.
For businesses interested in more than profit.
Brighton’s award-winning Curry Leaf Cafe is running a series of interactive talks & cookery masterclasses at its new Kemptown Kitchen.
New writing about the Great War, this poignant, funny play follows the story of innocent and enthusiastic men who volunteer their services to Britain after Kitchener’s call to arms…
Shoreham Port is a thriving commercial port.
Discover Brighton’s Grade II* Synagogue (Thomas Lainson 1875).
Before World War One most immigrants to Brighton were French and German speakers from the Continent.
George Egg, the stand-up comedian who cooks onstage using absurd and innovative techniques, returns.
Geoffrey Mead will be conducting a special tour dating back over 90 years of cafe and family history.
Over 200 years of history from a lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer perspective including Regency Dandies, 1950s lesbian and gay life and political activism.
These amazing tours only happen during Brighton Fringe.
Award-winning comic Dave Chawner premieres his new show about turning vegan.
Come along and learn to throw your own pot on the potters wheel at the Painting Pottery Cafe! Learn a new skill alongside other beginners with one of our fabulous potters in this s…
“I was born on the 18th December, 1988.
Guided tours of this magnificent Grade I* listed church - one of the finest Victorian churches in the country.
Brighton’s most popular 90 minute traditional city walking tour.
We are a group of young people concerned about our future in the UK, with such dramatic changes happening all around us.
The Den is a new, purpose-built family-friendly area at The Warren.
Poetry show about what makes us feel confident – or not.
One soldier’s story of coping with PTSD.
Inspiring solo play about Eglantyne Jebb, a courageous, passionate, Edwardian human rights activist.
Rural Ranga, the Australian artist who created an art book from his happy ending massages in New York City, brings you an informative, interactive and playful masterclass of origin…
A fact-filled walk celebrating our unique city.
not to be confused with the 2015 Broadway musical of the same name, is this
time Hamlet’s villainous uncle, Claudius’s version of events, told as if he
A 60-minute, non-stop highly-interactive and energetic show, jam-packed with singing, dancing, spectacular acrobatics and music, featuring original tracks from the hit TV show.
Aidan Killian’s World Tour - ‘Around the World in 80 Jokes’ is here.
“In christening shalt thou have two godfathers.
A UFO has crashed over Brighton and your help is needed to save them from the Agents In Black.
The current situation of low and no pay in many parts of our industry is very damaging, and a hot topic for everybody whether the work is live or recorded.
Professional percussion duo ‘Bang On!’ show you how to make music with anything from a plastic bottle to a garden rake.
Well-loved street performers, Edinburgh Fringe sell-outs, and ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ semi-finalists, Bang On!, create captivating rhythms using anything from plastic bags and wat…
A one-man drama about Indian chief, Crazy Horse that captures the high adventure of the Sioux Wars of the Wild West.
I should have known from the start.
Why is Brighton the LGBTQ capital of the United Kingdom? That’s the question tour guide Ric Morris poses at the start of Piers & Queers, a queer-historical walking tour that span…
Get inside your now, taste the Mind Pie and journey into art with Mikey. “Just about the greatest thing ever” **** Best Shows of the Fringe (The Skinny, Edinburgh 2015)
Discover forgotten WW1 stories of Sussex’s Edwardian film and entertainment personalities who were the real life inspiration for ‘Oh! What A Lovely War’ and who were behind the cam…
Five afternoons of energising art, food and wellbeing! Eat your happy and put a tang in your step this May.
Club Cairo offers an exotic array of entertainment from Arabia.
The village hall, church and school are focal points for rural life and afford a familiar, informal space in which local people can enjoy the arts.
The Dharma Primary School has successfully integrated mindfulness into its curriculum for the past 20 years.
An aeroplane crashes in the Sahara Desert.
In this lecture, Danny Dorling considers how the UK, one of the 25 richest countries in the world, has become one of the most unequal and is on course to win the ‘global race’ to b…
Population growth, climate change and food inequality mean we need to take a fresh look at what’s on our plate.
Written when he was
nearly 70 years old, Arthur Miller’s Broken
Glass, had been in his mind’s development ever since his marriage to
Marilyn Monroe ended shortly before her deat…
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe attracts media and arts professionals from all over the globe.
“Mate, it wouldn’t surprise me to find out you’d snapped one day and gone on a killing spree.
David Benedictus sipped champagne at 2am while sitting on Joanna Lumley’s bed.
Thinking about taking your theatre company further? Join Jackie Elliman, Legal & Industrial Relations Manager at ITC, for a workshop covering all aspects of setting up as a legal e…
Once upon a time you were just a cell in your mother’s womb.
An interactive performance exploring our death rituals in the gorgeous Extra-Mural Chapel.
Acclaimed violin and piano duo Sophia Bartlette and Amoret Abis return for their third Brighton Fringe recital to celebrate women composers.
So much history, so little time.
Brighton-based percussion and dance group, Maracatu Cruzeiro do Sul, brings you a colourful and exciting array of dances and sounds from the North East of Brazil with a British tou…
Alan Felton and Tim Roycroft will give an insight into Skiffle, a form of entertainment influenced by American and British folk and jazz music that encouraged do-it-yourself music …
Visit people’s memories of toys and take the opportunity to share your own toy recollections via video, writing, drawing or whatever other media inspires you.
A day offering people the opportunity to consider living with loss and bereavement.
Tanglehead Productions & Spiral Arts present ‘Cut’.
‘The Synagogues of Great Britain’: Dr Sharman Kadish is the Director of Jewish Heritage UK and a research fellow and lecturer at the Centre for Jewish Studies at the University of …
Based on the true story of Crookshank’s time in the R.
Heritage bus tour of places of historical Jewish interest in the Brighton & Hove area in connection with the 250th Anniversary, ending with a tour of Middle Street Synagogue.
The concert, which is being held in the synagogue, is in celebration of the 250th anniversary of the first recorded Jewish family who lived in Brighton at 22 East Street.
A stunning exhibition in a beautiful, spacious setting.
Inspired by the new democratic movements at home and abroad, this is a day of creative engagement aiming to develop a vision on how democracy can be extended, enriched and made fit…
Louis thrills audiences with bubble art, magic and science.
Ecological art weekend, raising awareness of plastic pollution, toxics in our seas and our bodies, women in science, art and exploration.
Join us on a journey through the magical forest where three fairy tales are imaginatively brought to life.
Learn all about the life and work of a theatre producer! What is a producer? Who are they? What do they do? Could you be a producer? Come along and find out.
Tour this iconic 20th century Modernist apartment block on Brighton seafront.
His teacher believes Jamie is being bullied because he’s gay.
Share the excitement of ensemble performance of brand new works by young composers, with the Orchestra of Sound and Light.
The Den is a purpose-built family-friendly area at The Warren, encompassing a beautiful covered play area and a spacious, colourful outdoor space.
Dressed only from the waist up and ankles down, Truscott undoes the rules and rhetoric about rape, comedy and the awkward laughs in between.
Once again, this busy, central, printmaking studio opens its doors to the public, exhibiting members’ works amid the tools and presses of their creation.
Jewellers dedicate their craft to transform our waste into desirable objects.
A walk celebrating all that’s unique, and a little bit weird, about Brighton.
“A fascinating stroll through the city’s association with the occult, packed with detail and entertainingly dodgy conjecture” **** (The Argus).
Have a go on the potter’s wheel.
Brighton’s rich cinema history rediscovered on this acclaimed 90 minute tour.
Barbara Graham’s case is a shocking miscarriage of justice and a declaration should be made by the Governor of the State of California to rectify this injustice, which stands to th…
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