Film and comedy lovers alike will appreciate this increasingly
popular show, led by an impressive group of comedians that changes every performance,
along with the film they choo…
Nathan Cassidy is
pretty angry about a three star review he once received.
Pets come in many forms.
Slam is a raucous celebration of sex in all it’s
glorious, awkward and heart-warming forms.
We’ve all been to a gallery
and not paid much attention to the invigilators there to watch over the
An hour of friendly, casual
entertainment and standup comedy for kids, with a few ‘jokes’ that only adults
Some people might think
that setting the Battle of Stalingrad to Britney Spears’ Baby One More Time is
somewhat trivialising the matter.
With the election and the possible demise of the National Health Service just around the corner, Pretty Villain Productions could not have picked a better time to showcase Joe Penh…
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.
The Fool, The Champ and The Bandito is “presented
by BA(Hons) Acting and Creative Performance students, from the University
Centre Colchester” who “in their final year of study p…
What to wear to a cabaret show where the dress code was “dress for
the end of the world or the beginning”? Sorry, my supernova outfit is still in
Award-winning writer and comedian Nathan Cassidy’s new one-man theatre show for 2017.
“Every once in a while you come across a couple of guys who are just so goddam funny, so goddarn crazy and so godforsakenly good that you gotta just sit up and sign ’em.
His conniving manager, Mr.
Apples and Snakes and New Writing South present a spoken word poetry show for ages 6 years and up.
this delightfully satirical and shoddy retelling of Macbeth, spunky
Heidi Niemi commands the stage with focus, hilarity and precision.
On an epic adventure to halt ageing in its tracks, writers and performers Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards swim the sea of apology, march the bridge of tears and conquer the dark de…
Life-drawing glamorous, quirky-cabaret performers in an atmosphere of boozy hilarity? Founded in Brooklyn, Anti-Arts School events now take place in 150 cities worldwide.
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.
Following last year’s all-night session, Brighton begs for more!
A 12-hour marathon of unstoppable panel show mayhem - if the captains and host can last that long!
For 14 years the poets and rappers of Brighton have been locked in an epic struggle.
‘Who Do You Think You Are? Barbara Brownskirt’ is a darkly funny, pathos-fuelled show inspired by the TV show of similar name by writer and performance artist Karen McLeod.
Religion, rap, Pogs, sexism, Gaviscon, mental illness, success, commitment and coffee coasters.
Nik Coppin returns with some new hilarious anecdotes and jokes from his many shows and journeys around the world.
When Sherlock Holmes unknowingly murders his own client, the game is on to track down the criminal mastermind who did it - Holmes himself! But does Watson’s rent have anything to…
Stephanie talks about mental health problems and boys for an hour, but it’s totally funny, she promises, and won’t be as awkward as you think it will.
I love edgy cabaret - give
me songs about Chemsex (thanks Bourgeois and Maurice), or anti-drag (thanks
David Hoyle) or blood, sweat and other bodily fluids (thanks Christeene) an…
Predicting the next big
show on the Fringe circuit is a little like trying to squeeze a champagne cork
back into the bottle after it’s popped.
Terriane Falcome offers a tour de force of
writing and comedy,
playing at the Theatre Box this Brighton Fringe.
Taking a much loved pop culture reference point is always a sure fire way to fill seats.
I wasn’t sure what I was expecting to see when I arrived at the Rialto Theatre.
Sometimes you stumble on a stand-up so freshly funny that you remember why you started liking unknown comedy shows in the first place.
Taken on a whirlwind of what it means to have desires, unconscious and conscious thoughts, Alex Sergeant performed an entertainingly educational stand-up show.
Polite, comedy-maverick Jim Holland in a funny show about shoes, shyness, and love, where Fred Astaire meets Metallica.
Join Covent Garden’s cheekiest street performer, award-winning magician Tony Roberts for mind-blowing card magic and more! There’ll be laughs, mayhem and classic conjuring for …
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.
On the hottest day of the year, the Warren was worlds apart from the shady alleyways of Victorian London.
Set in the near future, Hang imagines a world where the death penalty has returned and, with a sinister game-show-like feel to it, the victim determines the fate of the offender.
Three scousers, two angry mobs and a horse.
“A second once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the greatest living comic of every generation.
How do fathers and sons communicate? Sports? Cars? The Jeremy Kyle show? For Aidan and his dad, it was films.
Spilling, dripping and leaking comedy from every angle, come and join Spilt Milk, a brand-new sketch group, for their exciting show, packed with original new comedy writing.
With candid, poignant and irreverent original songs, Mac and Eden present ‘The Unbearable Pleasure of being a Woman’, a side-splitting comedy/cabaret, brain-child of singer/songwri…
After last year’s sell-out run, the Blues and Burlesque are back with a new show.
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…
Award-winning Dutch performer Hiske Eriks presents a physical workshop in which we will search for a believable character by making small transformations.
BGT’s Crumble Lady (David Walliams’ Golden Buzzer winner) in a fun fashion catwalk cabaret starring her personal collection of polyester dresses, jackets, trousers and housecoats f…
A mermaid play with a pizza-delivery-guy, songs, romance and an adult-sized-tricycle ride to the pub, with pug (in a basket), though the mermaid can’t pedal because she’s got flipp…
Critically acclaimed musical satirists make a triumphant return to Brighton Spiegeltent with their out-of-this-world Edinburgh Fringe smash hit.
A joyous and empowering hour of cabaret, burlesque, and labels that just don’t stick.
Valerio brings surreal stand-up with a pinch of spice, whilst Dervish brings hilarious musical and spoken word idiot genius.
In this lushly hilarious show, noir superstar Joe Black conjures up the atmosphere of the Eldorado; the Berlin nightclub that served as a regular haunt for gay men and women before…
GIANT follows the never-ending, whirlwind of generations in protagonist, Tommy’s family.
Old people, eh? A bunch of forgetful wasters who always have a hatchet to unbury or a cup of tea going cold.
Doktor James is sick of living at home and not being taken seriously as a supervillain.
Did you know the Brothers Grimm collected together over 200 different stories? Why do we only ever hear about Cinders and Snow White? Were the others too scary? Too gruesome? Or a …
The Ahhgee Crow-Barred in Material Emporium Extravaganza.
The WWII official secrets act is over and Eva is ready to set the record straight.
‘Pelican’ is a whirlwind hour of narrative comedy that’s “wildly funny” (BroadwayBaby) and “thrives off ingenuity and playfulness” (EdFringeReview).
‘The Funny Women Awards’ are back at Brighton Fringe!
‘The Funny Women Awards’ has left a massive impression on the UK comedy map, with previous winners and finalists including …
With guitars, bodhrans and mandolin in hand, The Sorries sing, play and banter their way through a selection of traditional songs from Scotland and beyond.
Two of the UK’s best new comics, Sophie Duker (Funny Women finalist 2015) and Sophie Henderson (SYTYF? finalist 2016) ride into Brighton for an unrelentingly hilarious hour of subv…
An unbeatable theatrical dining experience where you become guests at a wedding reception to remember.
‘Late to the Party’ is an autobiographical romp on a mid-life diagnosis of ADHD and Dyslexia in two women.
Do you remember Dave Benson Phillips?
If you were a child in Britain from the 80s to the early 00s, there’s a fair chance you watched him on TV.
Left-wing, highbrow, feminist, atheist comedian Kate Smurthwaite finally takes on the issue right at the very heart of women’s rights: men.
“The average person
will speak 123,205,750 words in a lifetime”.
We are told in the blurb that being a grown up sucks.
Florence and Watson are honey badgers of a very rare sort.
A preview performance of a new jukebox musical is due to take place.
A dog is man’s best friend, and is for life.
Lambs to the s-Laughter showcases the very best of new comedy talent from around the UK.
Funny. Political. Ends with a hanging.
Known for his highly imaginative and hilarious writing, and as a natural born performer, Addy brings a new show of his unique style of comedy to Brighton Fringe.
A year ago he inherited his father’s crumbling fast food shop.
Being inspired by fairy tales, Gothic themes and the warped imagination of Tim Burton was all-too-clear in the wide and undeniably impressive range of sketches, theatre troupe The …
A refreshingly innovative take on Mary Shelley’s 19th century novel, Augustus Stephens’ one-man performance effortlessly portrayed mental illnesses through the depiction of Vi…
Are we ending our indulgence of ‘man-babies’? If Adam Sandler films were the tipping point and presidents with Twitter tantrums were the moment when it stopped being funny, the…
In 1987, celebrated BBC weather forecaster Michael Fish stood up on national television and shrugged off reports of an oncoming hurricane.
“Bye!”, Kate (Laura Curnick) chirps as a disgruntled man with a beer leaves from the front row ten minutes into the set, a rather awkward start to Blocked, which is followed by…
After a (tiny) mental breakdown, Isobel has decided to take her upcoming untimely death into her own hands and throw her own funeral, skeptics be damned! An intimate look at mental…
Do you like humour, the world of clowns, excesses, beautiful and unlikely stories of love?
With Dandy Danno and Diva G.
A high-energy comedy reworking of classic game books such as ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ and ‘Find Your Fate’.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the most mediocre of them all?
In his 2016 debut show, Gavin shared the story of his struggle to accept the reality of his own mediocrity.
Anthony Ayton, mid-forties, middle-class ex-criminal lawyer, raised in the East End of London before attending a public boarding school, a comprehensive, and finally a grammar scho…
A song about science for every letter of the alphabet.
Brighton writer Richard Hearn’s comedy/drama asks the question “If you could replay a key moment in your life, what would you do differently?” ‘The Missing Special’ won the R…
“I collect bags of sugar from cafes and restaurants I’m in.
Do you lack basic skills? Do you want to be good at everything? Then you should watch ‘How to be Good at Everything’.
Sarcastic, satirical and hilariously self-deprecating, Woolly is a sheep with serious issues! But he wasn’t always so.
Fast hands, smart mouth.
“Anyone else a massive fan of the divine Miss Vogue and her ukulele? Thought so.
A Taiwanese gay boy who fled from his tiger mum, trained as an accountant in London, but escaped to “find himself” in Berlin, ended up performing stand-up comedy in English, in Ger…
Deirdre Me is on a mission to show the world how awesome it is, one person at a time, starting with you.
A new work-in-progress show from this multi award-winning comedian.
Hijinx Theatre in association with Blind Summit.
Writer/director Sofia Rendall and a cast of Sussex University students bring you a brand new satirical piece in several parts that each parody business culture and its various inad…
The original Educating Rita met Buddha of Suburbia and pretended to be an ordinary working class housewife whilst she went on strange spiritual quests, educated herself, and got an…
Join the brewers of Gem Electric house ale Bison Beer and host i-am-Doe (“An original and infectious talent”, (The Evening Standard)), for a fun evening of music, comedy and delici…
Brighton comics Vicky Gould and Joe McCarthy join forces to bring you an hour of quirky off-beat humour.
Voted ‘One To Watch’ at Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival 2016 and nominated for Amused Moose Best Show 2016 at the Edinburgh Fringe, James is back with another hour of hilarious st…
Cinephile comedian Sooz (Funny Women Variety Award winner) really wants to win an Oscar and in this brand new stand-up show for movie fans, she’ll make the case for how she can.
Chaos ensues as soon as you arrive at this fully immersive show where you dine, served by Basil, Sybil and Manuel.
Everyone has experienced the dreaded ‘bad day’ where nothing seems to work out.
An emotional yet comedic performance from Tom Dussek on Sunday evening at the charming Rialto Theatre.
As seen in ‘Derek, Murder in Successville’ and ‘Being Human’, award-winning character comedian Colin Hoult brings his hit show ‘Anna Mann’s Sketch Show for Depressives’ to The Warr…
Does the perfect man exist, and at age 83, does Lynn Ruth Miller need to find him? Her 70 minute show, autobiographical, takes us on a journey from 1943-2017 (11 years old - 83yea…
As seen on BBC3’s ‘Live at the Electric’ and BBC Radio 4’s ‘Sketchorama’, ‘The Twins Macabre’ is a dark character-comedy duo like no other.
Three performers from the UK, Italy and Spain that belong to the so called Generation Y, are confronted onstage with a simple but controversial question: what do you want for your …
Kate Winslet soaking wet, porcelain thrones and dancing sausages.
Apparently, one of the men involved in the Great Train Robbery of 1963 resides in Hove - but this story isn’t about him, instead it’s about the women behind the heist, the ones…
By Heather Alexander.
Mark Cram has had enough.
“Ilyas has a slickness more reminiscent of US comics, and the gags to back it up, though his most prized asset could yet be his bold, subversive streak” (The Guardian).
Aisha’s front room doubles as a depression-era cinema, her bedroom a Parisian salon and her study a library from the psychedelic Sixties.
A bejazzled clunge? A muff, minge, vadge, landing strip or front bottom? Ah, it’s just too much fun delving in the dirty dictionary of lady slang but that’s probably enough for…
Remember Brighton Fringe 2013? Music comedy duo Eccentronic tried to write the UK’s song for Eurovision by identifying what it means to be British, while musing on how we can co-…
The award-winning true story of the lives of the best-loved comedy duo of all-time.
Lamb Comedy are beside themselves with excitement to be welcoming Barcelona’s No.
Winner of the 2016 Stella Wilkie Award and the 2016 Eddies Award, BUZZ is a hilarious musical journey through the history of the vibrator and a brutally honest story of a singleton…
A rip-roaring rollercoaster of laughter where six improvisers make everything up on the spot as they race from one game to another.
On February 22nd 1952, 50 strangers gathered in the vaults of BBC Stoke to hear a groundbreaking new comedy act.
In this unsafe space, with Brexit looming and Trump trumpeting, Daphna Baram attempts to clear us all a path.
Get ready to laugh at the regular comedic odd couple.
Bryony Twydle (New Comedian of the Year 2016 semi-finalist, Funny Women 2015 semi-finalist, BBC Radio 4’s ‘Sketchorama’, one fifth of award-winning sketch group The Jest) bri…
This show is the perfect way to start off your night at Brighton Fringe, as you spend an hour in the company of genial Scottish comedian Vladimir McTavish and guests in an early ev…
Jane Postlethwaite (Funny Women and Squawker Award finalist 2015) brings her multi-character, one-woman show, ‘The House’, to Brighton.
‘Elixir’ is circus like you have never seen before - uninhibited by cliché or expectation, subversive and hilarious at the same time.
“It wasn’t a particularly spectacular night, as she sat stargazing in her room .
With humour and sarcasm, a musician tells a story about his relationship with the Gadulka - an instrument often overlooked and unremarkable in its appearance.
A double bill from: Joe Hart (SYTYF finalist, Tickled Pig winner, as seen on BBC Trending) and Liam Webber (Best New Act nominee, Midlands Comedy Awards).
Back by popular demand following last year’s sell-out shows at Brighton Fringe and Camden Fringe!
Brighton’s improvised comedy favourites return to present another series o…
Mozzz! A week in the life of an undercover mosquito.
Join Shhh Dating for a session of flirting games, eye gazing and no talking (till the end)! Shhh Dating has been storming the dating scene in London for 4 years and been praised by…
Helen is the only insecure woman in the world trying to navigate through this thing called life.
Before John became a comedian he spent ten years as an amateur escape artist.
Friends’ fantastical journey through the depths of their imagination in this multi-roling, fast-paced farce.
After the roaring success of JoJo Bellini’s ‘Kitchen Cabaret’ at Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe in 2016, the salacious songstress brings to Brighton a brand-new, and much naug…
In a delightfully funny series of two person plays, ‘Nature Knows Best’ by Devonshire playwright Nick Discombe, takes a look at love and life through the eyes of a Seagull duo,…
No one does satire quite like Brighton’s very own ‘The Treason Show’.
Steve Adams, Colin Galletly and Johnny Murph return as the entity: AGM.
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 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…
‘Stick or Wizard?’ It’s your choice!
Gaulier-trained clown, Oli Weatherly, invites you to take a trip with him through the wilderness of his imagination and to make a cho…
Boogaloo Stu’s dark comedy ‘Last Orders At The Dog & Dumplings’ is an uproarious and merciless exposé of the cold-blooded takeover striking our communities in the name of regene…
The well-known children’s entertainer and TV presenter Dave Benson Phillips (‘Playdays’, ‘Playhouse Disney’, ‘Fun Song Factory’, ‘Boj!’) performs popular children’s songs on his …
Saby Kang offers some useless and random anecdotes in this one-woman operation.
‘Father God’ is a family sitcom based on the Holy Trinity in the preceding 3,000 years before Jesus came to Earth.
New Zealand’s finest Mikey the Aartist returns to Brighton Fringe for the launch of AART TV Live with special guest artists Jim Parkyn (Aardman Animations) and George Egg (Anarch…
The untamed and inimitable Jet Black Pearl from the port of Amsterdam sings about macho roosters, ecstatic slugs and other voluptuous creatures, while squeezing one hot accordion.
WMD Comedy is a three man sketch troupe with an online following for making strange and wonderful content.
If you’re a budding ecologist who also has a love of physical theatre, Terabac is the show for you.
Brother and sister duo Jack and Anna Harris bring us a stand-up comedy show using sketches inspired by their life as siblings.
Amid the abundance of hard hitting and harrowing new work presented at the Fringe, one could be forgiven for wondering why we’re all taking ourselves so seriously.
Megan Juniper takes us on a quick romp through a
date gone wrong, intertwined with fun, catchy songs and important messages for
the modern day woman Standing centre stage in a fa…
Bram Stoker’s classic
Gothic tale of the infamous Count Dracula is one that has been retold countless
times, but don’t be fooled - this high-octane production by Let Them Cal…
Juliet Meyers (Writer on ‘Sarah Millican TV Programme’, ‘8/10 Cats’ and ‘News Quiz’) returns with her show about her clingy rescue dog, unconditional love and being a wolf.
Adele can’t work out how the Tories are in power – everyone she knows voted Labour, and don’t get her started on Brexit.
Ever wondered what a pavlova recipe sounds like in bossa nova? Or craved fitness tips set to industrial techno? Part improv, part concert, ‘re:Verse’ is an interactive musical come…
Holiday Snow is just your average woman from the Valleys, now settled in Rhyl, with dreams of a hot tub and a marshmallow room.
Seven brave and bold artists constructing the next big thing in theatre.
After having a nearly fatal illness, he thought things would be different .
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…
This provocative comedy begins with two young men struggling to come up with ideas for a show they are performing the following week.
A brand-new show in preview from Jessica Fostekew.
When SESKA comes to town, kids laugh out loud, dads f*rt out loud and mums faint at his feet!
This show contains magic, mayhem, and happiness!
Sold out the past 3 years.
A ‘Shirley Valentine’ tale for the 21st century with songs from the Rat Pack repertoire, ‘Sway’, ‘Let’s Fall in Love’ and ‘I’ve Got You Under My Skin’.
Gentleman juggler and unwitting clown Tim Bat performs his impressive repertoire of amazing tricks with aplomb.
Comedian and vertebrate Alex Kealy presents his second comedy show.
What if you met your younger self? Answer - a comedy trip where stand-up meets time travel.
Will and Heidi are two thoughtful, principled stand-ups who will do anything to get a laugh, including dropping all principles.
Ben Carter (Laughing Horse 2014 semi-finalist, SYTYF 2015 semi-finalist) Johnny Wardlow (as heard on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 2) and Zelem Saydullaev (Squawker 2015 finalist, Sout…
There is more to life than happiness,
right? A not-so-perfect guide to happiness is explored in this one-woman show,
written and performed by Yvette May who, after finding hersel…
Embarking on a tale of ambition, blood and murder of their own, Mac and Lady Mac build a fast food empire.
A joyously humorous celebration of what it is to be a sister.
Carol Cates has been performing as Lady Carol all over the world for over a decade, America, Canada, all over Europe and Australia.
Athena Kugblenu has watched, listened and looked for a long time, and now she’s grown tired of the conventions of the left wing press.
Sponsored by the Portslade Furniture Warehouse, this show sees the web’s freshest sketch comedy act revitalised on stage.
Brighton’s Favourite, as faded yet not jaded as a seaside pier, Ida Barr returns!
This former music hall singer used to be quite the shining star, known for her two big hits, ‘Oh …
A strange and amazing masked music group are bringing their unique party to Brighton.
A pitch-black comedy from award-winning playwright, Matt Morrison.
Hit dark sketch comedy show featuring a host of weird and wonderful characters, culminating in a big James Bond finale.
Arna Spek (BBC Radio 4 New act competition, Leicester Square theatre New act semi final 2016) is ready to make you laugh! Join her for a hilarious 30 minute stand-up comedy show ab…
“Traditionally, unmarried girls were sent into the veg garden to choose the ‘perfect’ cabbage.
Twig the Pixie has lost his marbles! Help him find them in this hit stand-up comedy spectacular for all generations of the family.
Not sure what to see? Don’t fret, we’ve done the work for you and hand-picked this week’s top tips.
From being raised as a Scientologist in the ‘burbs of New Zealand, to the peculiar and pensive realities of sexuality, Reading Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2015 winner, Ja…
Confused about which comedy show to see? ‘Lamb Chops’ is the answer! At 2016’s award-winning ‘Best Venue’ you can devour meaty cutlets of comedy acts performing across Brighton Fri…
Forty something years into a lifetime of looking great but feeling fake, Cally Beaton is ready to come out about her double life in her hilarious brand new show, Super Cally Fragil…
Poor Lewis just wanted to enjoy a Happy Birthday, but things just went from bad to worse.
Poetry show about what makes us feel confident – or not.
Directed by Lou-Lou Mason.
New work from an exciting Irish theatre company.
Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your Bingo Dabber! Join 1970s telly host and crimplene-clad showbiz legend Derek Daniels for a sensationally silly Shakespearean round of retro…
Tina C is the multi-award-winning country music singer who went from White Trash almost to the White House.
In a garden far away, in a world a lot like this one, in a conversation that has already happened, Eddie asks Garland: “What’s it all about?” And Garland answers, “I don’t know.
Out of the 29 years the amiable-natured Helena has been alive, 5 were spent in her birth country Slovakia and 24 in England.
Following a sell-out performance of Katherine Chandler’s ‘Hood’ at the National’s Dorfman Theatre, Found in the Forest return with a new world premiere.
In case you were wondering.
Calling all hippo expert enthusiasts!
Award-winning family comedy that will have kids storming the stage.
A young man says he’s just looking for a place to stay, but he’s got sex, violence and revenge on his mind.
London Sketchfest and Musical Comedy Awards finalists, SALT (née Making Faces) bring their new show ‘Sketches’ to Brighton Fringe packed with new hilarious sketches, character…
A fact-filled walk celebrating our unique city.
Comedy Compilation show of some of the best up and coming comics from the UK Comedy Circuit.
A selection of the very best stand-up comedy at Brighton Fringe.
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…
Luke brings his world of fantasy and ridiculousness to Brighton, keen to ignite pure idiocy out of nowhere.
Puppetry, poetry, dance and live music are interwoven in this splendid succession of stories from five zany friends.
Facing both her 80th year and an unveiling of a new piece of artwork, artist Gert has a lot to think about.
Sarah-Louise Young and
Michael Roulston remain on top form with their new laugh-out-loud spin-off Cabaret Whore, in which Young’s comic
character La Poule Plombée is finally g…
Masculinity meets Artificial Intelligence in jukebox sci-fi ‘The Daddy Blues’.
Join the world’s only hip hop pensioner and star of ‘Artificial Hip Hop’ for a unique game of bingo that is a multi-award-winning Fringe favourite.
Brighton’s legendary pop’n’cabaret knees-up returns to Brighton Fringe.
Character comedian Nick Hall brings a one-man Cold War thriller to Brighton.
Delighting London audiences since 2013, The Science of Living Things bring their trademark show to Brighton.
A super-heroine clown who will save you from the fear of death! A lecture on a philosophical consideration of death, a science experiment, a cat, dance, interaction with the audien…
Does anyone ever read these blurbs? Here’s an experiment: if you are actually reading this right now, text your favourite animal to Alex at 07450 846 211.
Professional perverts Bernie and Victy are back with an utterly raucous and unashamedly risqué hour of their most salacious songs: all filth, no filler! These fringe favourites ar…
Clowning, slapstick and magical, non-verbal storytelling create a feast of laughter as two storytellers go head to head.
Actor Manuel Lavandera, Director Britt Forsberg.
Darkly comic, ensemble theatre at its finest.
Edinburgh Fringe’s Funniest Newcomers 2015 (The Guardian).
Blues harmonica and booze harmonica legend Blind Charlie Harwood makes his Brighton debut after 35 years of licking the blues.
Brighton’s biggest monthly performance poetry and open slam event presents a clash of the titans of spoken word: Three-times World Slam Champion Buddy Wakefield v European Slam Cha…
A funny, angry and poignant story of one man using his creation of a new stand-up comedy act to find a path through his confused and damaged mind; and reconnect with the world.
Wolf Meat brings absurdist humour and compelling storytelling to an irreverent world of dirty deals and mistaken identity.
Escape the mundane and see the world through the eyes of a magician.
Can you really not talk? Are you just in it for the parking?
These are just a few of the questions that BBC New Comedy Award Winner Lost Voice Guy gets asked on a regular basis.
An insight into the weird worlds of three up-and-coming local comics, with three very distinct voices: Joe Foster, Graeme Collard and Dave Fensome.
Treason Show: Festival Special.
Brighton-based musical comedian Hannah Brackenbury performs silly songs on the themes of pound shops, vodka, selfies, tiny horses, cake, country music, cats and more!
Off the Cuff, the Brighton based improvisation troupe, bring their show Crime and Funishment to the Fringe.
Rakugo, a 400-year-old tradition of Japanese comic storytelling, every bit as hilarious today as it ever was - and in English!
Come for an hour of laughter and leave with a piec…
‘Now I’m a Big Boy!’ is written, produced and performed by young people, tackling issues of growing up and the problems surrounding sexual consent.
Tonight We Strut is a fantastical hour of slapstick mayhem in the guise of a TV chat show.
Bubbling with energy and wit, Athena Kugblenu shares with us her opinions and musings on just about every topic you might need to navigate life as a British millennial.
Gecko finds former RE teacher, Kevin Precious falling out with a Brighton ‘New Age’ type, bemoaning a Facebook request from a successful former associate (who is keen to show it), …
For children over 6, their parents and anyone who likes comedy without the rude words.
This award-winning theatre company returns with its hilarious, heart-warming adaptation of the Beatrix Potter tale of a poor tailor, who falls foul of his cat when he rescues the m…
A pair of comedic short plays simultaneously celebrating and condemning modern life, sandwiched in sketches: A re-imagining of the myth of Narcissus and Echo, and a contemporary fa…
The Coaterie are a collection of some of London’s finest comedy minds, brought together under a single banner.
Taught by established professional performers and University of Brighton staff, this five day course provides intensive training in physical skills and creative approaches for devi…
Winner, Best Children’s Show - Ireland’s most lovable idiots bring their mischief and mayhem to a show for the whole family.
Gepetto, the old carpenter, makes toys all day - but when a mischevious puppet called Pinocchio comes to life, adventure and wonder are not far behind! In this loving recreation of…
It’s a dangerous move to end your fringe show with a cover of Peggy Lee’s Is That All There Is? as you run the risk of audiences leaving with that very question ringing in…
Award-winning The Dead Secrets bring you a labyrinthine sketch comedy adventure.
Shelf is Rachel Watkeys Dowie and Ruby Clyde, a double act with a “winning hybrid of sketch show and stand-up” **** (EdFringe).
Izzard, Brand, Hardee - comedian Charmian’s had steaming hot cuppas with them all.
Surreal Lecoq/Gaulier-trained clown Brickhead returns to Brighton with more bonkers nonsense! [newline] “Hard to explain and impossible not to like” (Fringe Review), [newline] “Lud…
One Geordie specialising in current affairs.
Clown, dance and sketch collide as multi-award-winning Australian comedian, Tessa Waters, unleashes her new hour of stupidity.
A hilarious re-telling of ‘The Wind in the Willows’ brings to life the escapades of the irrepressible Mr Toad and his long-suffering friends Ratty, Mole and Badger.
Nothing like a wild, dark comedy cabaret and a dash of activism to kick off your afternoon!
The girls will cross-dress, undress, and try to redress gender imbalance in just 30 min…
What an incredible performance.
Two English gentlemen (or are they?) pull surprises out of the hat (and the audience).
A story of self-acceptance, of passion meeting obsession, and of stereotypes dancing to a dazzling Anglo-Iranian beat.
Actors play back audience stories.
The Funny Women Awards have been scouring the UK and Ireland for the best new female comic talent!
Come along and spot the next big thing, help raise funds for domestic violence…
Beautifully-crafted comedy from one of the country’s masters of anecdote and timing.
Calling all hippo expert enthusiasts! This weird and wonderful family show for all ages will have kids storming the stage.
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…
House of Blakewell want to make you happy.
Join Valentina del Pearls and four other leading lights of French New Burlesque for a remarkable revue bringing together glitter, glamour and humour.
Rosie is living in the theatre due to a case of agoraphobia.
Award-winning comedian James Cook has read the back of the box and is ready to play.
Those without a
snide, self-deprecating, sense of humour, step away from the Thermos Museum.
If like me you find an
Irish accent a wondrous tool capable, in a single crank, of spinning the very
stars in the gutter, and if, like me also, you enjoy nothing better than a bi…
Lucy “Hopkins is fantastic” (The Guardian), and Peter Mielneczek “Stupid, nonsensical, indulgent, pathetic and insulting to the intelligence .
Join award-winning Caribbean-British poet John Agard in this quirky re-visioning of the notorious New World Enterprise of Christopher Columbus, on a voyage in verse performed again…
Why have a single entendre when you can go for the double?! Drop in and out whenever you like for our 12 hour session, just make sure you pace yourself and don’t go off too early! …
Sketch heroes BEASTS return to Brighton with a brand new hour of inspired nonsense.
Short stories set to music.
Rob Deb and Patrick Casey bring you an hour of thrill-powered stand-up comedy.
Award-winning comedian Amadeus Martin takes you on a journey through Brixton urban legends, anecdotes and observations, from the failed Viking Invasion of 885AD, the Victorian Era …
“Imagine if Derren Brown was funny” (Evening Standard)
Doug Segal (Winner: Best Cabaret Act, Brighton Fringe) is back in Brighton to preview his new show which is designed to make…
A tender and ridiculous show that clambers up your drainpipe with a rose between its teeth.
Sell-out comedian Sam Quinn will do whatever his sponsors want: tell jokes, do accents, dance, sing.
A family recently arrived from nearby America? Remote rural Scotland? A nice, quiet, relatively murder-free area to settle down and forget the problems they’ve left behind? Need we…
Ebony Dark’ness Dementia Raven Way is the star of ‘My Immortal’, the world’s worst fanfiction.
The multi-award-winning, critically acclaimed total-sell-out returns.
Tommy Cooper, with his impeccable timing, love of slapstick and one-liners was a true comic genius.
Raucous, hilarious and surreal, 1970s telly hosts Derek and Beverly Daniels present their TV pilot gameshow, rolling back the years to a world of fondue, Brut 33 and bin strikes.
Basil, Sybil and Manuel are back to serve a 3-course meal in this “authentic, chaotic, eccentric and hilarious experience” (The Sussex Newspaper).
Short story and flash fiction readings with audience participation.
After nine sell-out years, the BSMS Medic Revue returns with its biggest show yet! Written, cast and crewed by medical students who explore life in medicine through comedy sketches…
Join BBC Radio New Comedy Award finalist Tom Ward as he spins tales and impressions of his favourite unsung heroes into a dreamlike narrative of voices and sounds.
A chaotic hour of games, awful songs and confusion.
When little in your life seems to be easy then perhaps, for
some, the only way to take control is to adopt a persona.
A riotously funny show revealing just what happens when a glamorous French actress and her hapless assistant stage their version of Hollywood blockbuster ‘Gladiator’.
The Unbearable Pleasure of Being a Woman,
a side-splitting comedy cabaret.
Brighton’s all-male cabaret smutsters, Der Wunderlich Revue, celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday with a night of right royal mirth, magic, music, cheerleading and madness.
Back by popular demand! Pinned on the arse-end of a night out, ‘Eggs Collective Get A Round’ is a show with lipstick on its teeth and Wotsits on its face.
Everyone wants their dad to be a hero.
Award-winning docu-comedian Juliette Burton must make a BIG decision.
Joni has met someone special, but how can she tell him she has a long-term mental illness? And is that really the best thing to talk about on a second date? An engaging and amusing…
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)
Bane looks to relocate and start anew in a new town, a town so idyllic no one would expect to find him there: Sunnyview.
Bane tells the story of hitman Bruce Bane, ‘a hired hand who gets the job done’.
Close-up, sleight-of-hand magic and mentalism performed for the stage.
So, is it good to be in or out? A humorous look at the EU: the good, the bad and the ugly – you’ll learn, laugh and cry – you may even think again about that vote!
Twelve Labours, Sixty Minutes – One Man.
TV-featured Bentley Browning, founder of Comedy Novices and Comedy for Clergy (the course featured on BBC Breakfast,’The One Show’ and ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’), stars in this …
Canadian monologist John Arthur Sweet undertakes a comedic odyssey to medicine, psychotherapy and religion in search of answers about queer love, sexual awakening, and obsession.
Funny Women’s share and gig night is perfect for comedy lovers and beginners.
From Trick of the Light Theatre comes the tale of a girl’s inventive efforts to grow the world’s most magnificent beard.
‘Bane 4’ follows hitman Bruce Bane as he attempts to erase his past and discover what went wrong.
Elixir is an incredible display of acrobatics and physical comedy; an action packed hour of circus.
A farcical comedy two-hander, written and produced by AWOL Productions.
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.
With a name like Confessions Of A Red-Headed Coffeeshop Girl you might expect a raw, bittersweet expose of the disappointments of a young dreamer, crushed by the tsunami of Post-Re…
The actors in Shit-Faced Showtime have a lot to deal with, a drunk member of their cast, remembering their lines, singing in tune, playing the piano and also dealing with drunk, an…
Two battles in one: first the poets from the two great festival cities join to take on a united team of rappers.
Sceptical, ludicrous and hilarious, Betts brings his second hour of stand-up to Brighton Fringe.
In 2014 stand-up comedian Colin became an amputee, making full use of his surname Leggo.
A country at conflict with itself, torn between it’s culture and the growing need for democracy, turns to its often-absent King to save them, but does he even care?
Now those clos…
The Democratic Dictator of Lafta Republic, His Excellency President Obonjo, returns to Brighton Fringe with a brand new show! On the comedy campaign trail to become the first (inte…
Brighton Fringe Best Comedy Show nominees return with their hotly-anticipated new sketch show.
Brighton’s very own Joe Foster (Winner of Foster’s South Coast Comedian of the Year 2015) presents his debut full length stand-up show.
Like gags? Want a proper laugh? AGM, last year’s runners-up of the Fringe Guru 2015 Audience Choice award, are ‘Back In Business’ with Adams, Galletly and Murph returning once mo…
A promenade performance by in situ: Following the sell-out success of Canterbury Tales in 2015, in situ:’s storytellers return with another medieval masterpiece – Boccaccio’s m…
An award-winning comedian and writer for BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz, Tom brews up his brand new show all about coffee.
Inspired by the arrest and tribunal of 24-year-old Joanne Hayes, ‘And The Rope Still Tugging Her Feet’, written/performed by Caroline Burns Cooke, explores the 1984 Kerry Babies Sc…
‘Bane 2’ follows hitman Bruce Bane as he fends off toxic monsters, old foes and inner demons.
Having left the UK for sunny Australia, Dr Ahmed returns to share the comical aspects of being a modern day GP.
Introducing our brand new character comedy show! For one night only, we’re playing dress up and bringing you the best in character comedy from Brighton and beyond.
The perfect start to your night at Brighton Fringe.
A number of great and varied comedians from around Brighton Fringe come together in a mixture of stand-up comedy and interaction to decide who is the greatest superhero.
If you thought Brighton Fringe had been
a little short in supply of freaks this year, then these five guys from London
are set to prove you wrong.
With tight abs, even tighter moves and slick choreography,
Police Cops runs at a pace that will
make your head spin and is silly, fun and very entertaining.
Juliet Smith (Amanda Stewart) is reluctantly entering the marriage market
enthusiastically encouraged by her Aunt Roberta.
Stand and hat, dressing
table and mirror, decanter and glass: is this the archetypal room-on-a-stage?
A wonderfully witty look into Britain through the eyes of an Iberian Welshman.
“In the Parish Council elections, you win or you die.
A brand new work-in-progress about snobbery, class, Britishness and The Good Life, fuelled entirely by gin.
Michael and Maria are an elderly couple, who receive the news that one has a terminal illness.
They say “there’s no place like it” and I know it’s “where the heart is” but I don’t care - I don’t want to go home.
Stranded by severe snowstorms, three identically dressed strangers disturb the rural calm of a young woman in a remote Sussex cottage.
Brand new show from the former Funny Women award winner.
My name is Rachael, I’m 36 years old and I’m from Nottingham.
Post-drag, post-gender, impossible to beat, performance avalanche and avant-garde legend David Hoyle returns for unmissable evening of high comedy, sound, vision, paint and song.
Stand-up comedy - poetry’s idiot relation, right? Performance poetry - comedy’s boring cousin, yes? Let’s find out! Six phenomenal acts go head to head for your approval in thi…
Award-winning idiot Joz Norris attempts to present the most audacious solo comedy show ever.
A “Bold, subversive and very funny” clown cookery show about searching for self worth in a cheesecake.
Jane Postlethwaite’s Made
In Cumbria is absolutely hilarious.
We learn to lie at 3-years-old.
Sponsored by the Portslade Furniture Warehouse, this show sees the web’s freshest comedy sketch act revitalised on stage.
A show suitable for students, the middle aged and old age pensioners - and that’s just the cast!
The group looks at the humour in their age and gender differences with interrup…
Just the usual open mic night at the Iron Duke.
At 18, despite weighing 10 stone and having no athletic ability, Darius decided to become a professional wrestler.
“Bold, subversive and very funny” ???? (The Scotsman).
The back end of the comic duo Doggett and Ephgrave turns the spotlight on himself for an hour of solo stand-up.
Airswimming tells the tragic story of two
women, Dora and Persephone, who have been incarcerated and forgotten in an
asylum for the criminally insane in the 1920s.
If you got your idea of adulthood from ‘Friends’ but reality hasn’t met expectations; if you fail to be in the moment and find yourself living through your phone; and if you feel c…
“Mate, it wouldn’t surprise me to find out you’d snapped one day and gone on a killing spree.
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…
The Hiccup Project were the darlings of
the 2015 Brighton Fringe with their show May-We-Go-Round,
winning awards and accolades in abundance and that holy grail of all Fringe
Mirth meets murder in world’s daftest whodunnit.
“Comedy Club 4 Kids has stand-up sets from grown-up, high-quality acts who perform their usual sets, just without the swearing or rude bits,” says The Independent.
Gavin Henderson regales first hand hilarious stories of the many conductors he has worked with: Stokowski, Otto Klemperer, Giulini, Svetlanov, Barbirolli, Sargent
and Rattle among…
Mik and his Ego Trippers are a strange and wonderful beast of a band juggling stand-up, rock and performance-art effortlessly.
A family clown theatre show.
Think you know charades? Think again!
Back for a second year after a huge success in 2015.
Neil Frost has a story to tell.
David Benedictus sipped champagne at 2am while sitting on Joanna Lumley’s bed.
Multiple comedy competition finalist Peter Dobbing’s last two shows brought you bitcoins, edible insects and virtual reality.
The night was meant to end at Nandos, but something has gone wrong.
Lamb Comedy returnee Luke Stephen comes with his very own self-destruct button, and far too often he decides to hit it.
Directed by Roger Kay, Glengarry Glen Ross depicts two days in
the lives of four real estate salesmen who have been supplied with the names
and phone numbers of some new leads.
The basement of the Blue Man is a cosy Aladdin’s cave of a
space, all cushions and tapestries and tasteful lighting.
Tell, me about it, Stud.
Bringing together the best magic, comedy, and cabaret acts at Brighton Fringe, comedy magician Stu Turner hosts a smorgasbord of entertainment.
Enthused? Inspired? Vibing? If you love Brighton Fringe why not become part of it? Loquacious Luvvie or Lounge Lizard, it could be you on stage making mediocre scripts something gr…
A kaleidoscope of mundanity and the surreal, ‘Birthday in Suburbia’ invites its audience to follow the descent of an average man into an extraordinary, ridiculous personal crisis.
Pat Cahill brings his sellout 2015 Edinburgh show to Brighton Fringe.
Double act Best Boy return to Brighton Fringe with an hour of side-splitting sketches.
“Narnia isn’t real.
Fast-paced, hilarious sketch comedy from Making Faces.
After finishing her successful run on SNL and nationwide tour with Sarah Silverman - okay, maybe she didn’t, but she was flagged up by The Times “to become one of the biggest fem…
The official secrets act is over and Eva is ready to set the record straight.
An adventure set on the
high seas that is story-telling at its very finest.
Oh what a man! Francis Henshall is a man
driven by his needs, whether its food or a good woman, he is totally consumed
and motivated by his desires.
Animation, mime and speech come together in this neat one-man show about love at first-sight going wrong.
Edinburgh Comedy award-winner (2013/14) John Kearns delivers non-sequiturs, surreal digressions and bizarre lunacy alongside stand-up, sketch, and character comedian Mat Ewins.
Rachel Parris (‘Austentatious’, ‘The IT Crowd’) presents her new musical comedy about not having it all.
Sy Thomas serves-up the best bits from his 2015 Edinburgh show ‘Jumper’ and some brand spanking new stuff for 2016.
Rich (Chortle Student, and SYTYF finalist) and Dan (Squawker Finalist) are two Brighton stand-ups with a high regard for jokes.
Some people chase money, others, fame.
One year on from “the closest election in modern times” ‘I Demand a Recount!’ tackles the questions that can’t wait until GE2020.
Escape all that horrible stuff, for about an hour, with comedian Dave Bailey’s debut solo stand-up show: ‘Beige Against The Machine’.
Following sell-out shows last year, award-winning musical satirists Bourgeois & Maurice are back with a brand new show celebrating and skewering life’s absurdities.
This solo stand-up comedy show is the true story of how a shy Baptist boy from Watford became an unlikely international sex ambassador when he won the 25th annual ‘International …
Curious Cloud presents ‘Mocketh The Weak’, the gameshow that pits wicked wits against hapless saps.
Georgie’s 40th birthday, her friends spy something strange lodged in her ear.
Award-winning stand-up Dave Chawner takes a hilarious look at identity, recovery and life after eating disorders.
Ever wondered what would happen if Shakespeare was kidnapped by a crazed fairy king in an enchanted forest? With the fate of the Bard and his mystical infinity quill in the balance…
Scattershot, irreverent and a bit wobbly, Ade takes all the things you hold dear and does unspeakable things to them right in front of your brain, before washing everything in laug…
When you were five you wanted to be an astronaut, but you never got near NASA with your media degree.
His balls are churning and when they drop, expect non- stop nonsense, outrageous games, erotic works of art and hilarious entertainment with your host Boogaloo Stu.
Colin Chadwick is a bit
of an oddball and has no idea how to communicate with people on a basic level.
Comedy actress and character comedian Alice Marshall presents a collection of her weird and wonderful characters in her debut solo hour.
Every Christmas, comedians Andy Thomas (‘Crimes Against Humanities Teachers’) and Sarah Charsley (‘Ghost Sex’) meet to mime a rant, then do it for real.
By enormous popular demand, this multi award-nominated, five-star romantic-comedy returns! Social networking might have brought the world closer together, but now it’s too close …
If you like your comedy dry and your comedians sly and your jokes wry, then this is for you.
Slash/Theatre presents - come into your own slice of life! The land of the free has never been so easy to hide from.
A fascinating, disturbing and hilarious childhood growing up in Hollywood with the children of the stars.
The Ruby Darlings give an outrageously honest yet totally sexy look at life with a vagina.
The award-winning comic returns with twenty farcical characters including men and an inanimate object.
A madcap frenzy of physical comedy with a political bite.
Fresh from his sell-out run in Edinburgh, comedy writer for Channel Four’s ‘The Last Leg’, Adam judges himself and the world with wanton cynicism but now wonders if this is just …
Based on the true story of Crookshank’s time in the R.
At Insignia Asset Management, Lucy is in charge of the photocopier, printer, and scanner.
I love ghost stories but I have never heard one quite like this.
May 6 marked the official opening of Brighton’s famous Fringe Festival, with glorious sunshine all day and a wonderfully warm evening, the British weather played its part in…
Set in a cafe, this helping from Octopus Soup Theatre initially provides nothing that an audience wouldn’t have seen before.
“Scotland’s brightest comedy talent” **** (The Sun) presents his hilarious and hugely anticipated debut.
The story of one woman and her dog’s quest to find a home.
Sindhu Vee is probably the tallest Indian woman you’ll ever meet.
Affable funnyman and “intelligent youngster” (Time Out), Rory O’Keeffe brings his first stand-up show to Brighton.
Crazier than finding a poodle in your fridge – yes it’s SESKA! SOLD OUT Brighton Fringe 2014 & 2015.
Join David, Keith, Hans and Romano on a quest to tell their individual stories and impose their so-called cultural offerings onto an audience.
Amazing trickery, eccentric comedy; fun and hilarity guaranteed! “Highly recommended for kids and adults alike” (The Argus), “Still the must-see children’s show in Brighton…
The SMASH HIT family musical returns to Brighton.
Join ’70s crimplene-clad telly-host Derek Daniels for a sensationally silly and slightly Shakespearean round of retro musical bingo; tick off the songs and quotes as you hear them …
Hilarious new surreal sketch show about how humans are.
This was my first close encounter with the Lady Boys; I’ve never
been to Bangkok, but I’ve seen The Hangover II.
After standing room only at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, comedian Javier Jarquin brings his comedy show ‘Card Ninja’ to Brighton! A riotous display of upbeat humour and card stun…
Come and join two Dutch girls! Arna Spek (BBC Radio 4 New Comedy award) and Simone Keunen will share their hilarious stories of trying to live in the UK! Simone is looking for happ…
Love that frosty film or hate it, you’ll laugh your stripy socks off at lovable clowns Cat & Nicko and their puppet rock band.
WANTED: Small minions to join Doktor James’ army of evil.
Award-winning comedian James Bennison has had enough and has decided to take over the world.
Storytelling feast of foolish kings, tree-climbing princesses, and one revolting woman, woven together by chief mischief-maker Damian BB Wood.
Loosely inspired by The Red Shoes, ‘Blushed’ is a compendium of bonkers and brilliant adult fairytales told through tap dance.
Bob and Jim do ‘The Rest of The Lot’.
Join character comedienne Cassie Atkinson “Future national treasure” (ToDoList), as we run through the rainbow of her mind.
A comedy show about life [Tinder], love [Tinder] and the human condition [Tinder].
A one-woman character comedy show set in the village fête in Llanfairchwaraesboncen, Wales.
A pixie-fuelled comedy riot packed with adventure, mischief, stand-up comedy and storytelling to warm your heart and tickle your toes.
London comedian Heather Jordan brings her debut show to Brighton Fringe.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a dog in a cape and red pants.
Louis thrills audiences with bubble art, magic and science.
Broadcaster and comedian Dolan is one of the most in-demand MCs.
Lady Chastity’s Reserve is a night out like no other - described as ‘The Crystal Maze on crystal meth’, this team game (for 2-6 players) takes place in a secret room at Brighton’…
Born in the grim shadow of Brighton Pier, the ‘It Is What It Is’ comedy-collective are here to bring you mirth, levity and so much more.
Performer James Cairns (‘Dirt’, ‘The Three Little Pigs’, ‘The Snow Goose’) teams up with writer Gwydion Beynon (‘The Epicene Butcher’) to tell the epic, unforgettable and hilarious…
The multi-award winning cult duo unleash their newest creation, Yeti’s Demon Dive Bar! This hilarious musical sketch comedy double act is “irresistible” (The Guardian), “dark…
Join the world famous US country music singer Tina C for the launch of her Southern Cookbook.
They say you should never meet your heroes.
Fancy more Fringe? Join us for the best in laid-back, late-night entertainment at The Warren.
A work-in-progress of the debut hour from Robin Morgan, star of ‘The Greatest Welshman You’ve Never Heard Of’ (BBC Radio), writer for ‘The News Quiz’ and Laughing Horse New Act of …
Stop the hotel from being flattened! Time to enter the now legendary Twonkeyverse! Malcolm Hardee Award Nominee for Comic Originality,
“He creates wonderlands of weird” **** (Kate…
A cathartic and corrosively funny new play about a young professor who has shrouded herself in studies to numb the pain of grieving.
An intimate, audience-collaborative theatre show with projected imagery and text messaging, exploring love, desire and dating with your clothes on.
Charles Booth (Time Out character comedian to watch) makes his Brighton debut with an eclectic concoction of characters fizzing with heart-warming lunacy, dazzling originality and …
Comedy pop-musical following four 90s girls embarking on a wild night of speed dating! A hilarious, non-stop journey through infectious pop anthems and ballads.
You are invited as Marlene and Boycie’s guests at their Gala Dinner.
3 guys + 1 drum + 1 loop pedal = funkin’ carnage.
When Rob Coleman set off to row the Atlantic in 2003, he survived on ignorance and chocolate.
An improvised comedy show where two teams battle to see who can make the audience laugh hardest.
A unique, honest and funny show from award-winning comedian, Dave Chawner, on having to be circumcised aged 26!
Using comedy to talk about sex, sexuality and gender, this is a di…
A selection of the best stand-up comedy at Brighton Fringe.
Award-winning comedian with a random set-list in a quest to find the meaning of life.
Move over Sherlock! You become the author in this original and hilarious improvised comedy! Each night, Degrees of Error presents an unplanned, unscripted and never-before-seen mur…
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).
‘Not Fast Enough’ is a provocative and dynamic sprint through contemporary gender politics and imaginative theatre structures.
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