This nostalgic journey through the lives and careers of music legends Carole King and James Taylor is a masterpiece.
The multi award-winning ensemble return to Fringe with a brand-new show, taking you on a journey through the career of Debbie Harry et al.
Cleopatra Higgins takes on one of music’s most iconic voices in The Whitney Houston Story, delving into a back catalogue that sold 200 million records.
The Aretha Franklin Story is back at Edinburgh Fringe by popular demand, with Cleopatra Higgins of 90s girl group sensation Cleopatra, returning with the Night Owl band to take you…
A nostalgic celebration of the 120 million album-selling supergroup.
An immersive trip through California in the late 60s and 70s when a collective of musical legends changed the world of music.
Following consecutive sold-out performances and subsequent international critical acclaim, Back To Black returns to Edinburgh Festival Fringe to take you on a moving and energizing…
Hannah Richards returns to Edinburgh with the award-winning Night Owl band to tell the story of one of music’s most iconic artists.
Immerse yourself in the world of James Bond and the legendary voices that have accompanied six decades of the world’s most famous spy.
A symbol of the 80s, Dirty Dancing is etched into the memories of a generation and defined by its unforgettable scenes, the mesmerising hips of Patrick Swayze and that infamous lif…
Night Owl Shows return to Fringe with their unique storytelling format, to showcase the story and music of the Piano Man himself.
Mirror Canon focuses on the subtle relation between thoughts and actions, showing the dichotomy between the realistic outside living world of actions and the repressed inner self t…
LeBurn’s career began in the mid 70s as a 20-year-old guitarist for Atlantic Records’ recording artist Jimmy Castor.
Due to popular demand, the ‘Britpop Rocky Horror’ returns for a second year! Following an epic premiere at Brighton Fringe 2016, and a nationwide tour including a full show at …
Joel Sachs (Juilliard School, New York) directs an ensemble of young, highly talented UK-based musicians in a programme drawn from the celebrated American avant-gardists including …
One entertaining community.
Renowned American pianist and conductor Joel Sachs (Juilliard School, New York) performs piano music by three of America’s greatest composers: Charles Ives’ First Piano Sonata, pio…
‘Elliot and the Enormous Sneeze’ follows the story of the old man who never (hardly ever) sneezed.
Led by Lebanese violinist Layale Chaker, The Sarafand Ensemble brings you a concert of new original musical compositions where Western classical and contemporary music, Jazz, and A…
Africa Entsha, a smart, slick a cappella five-piece who reached a global audience in 2010 performing at the World Cup opening ceremony.
Phoenix Session is based in London and works with some of the most exciting emerging artists from the UK’s independent music scene.
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 the laundry.
Jacqueline & the Sensations is a band from the UK that performs Jacqueline’s original songs.
After last year’s sell-out run, the Blues and Burlesque are back with a new show.
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…
Part Classical, part Folk - part Hymnal.
A dynamic audio/visual re-scoring and re-visualising of the profoundly influential Mother India (1957), the first Bollywood film to be nominated for an Academy Award (Best Foreign …
Tim has many accolades - BBC R2 Folk Awards ‘Musician of the year’, ‘Best duo’ with Brendan Power and many more.
An umbrella for a sword, a lamp as a tree and a wooden spoon as a nun, are just a few examples for the smart and innovative use of objects in The Tale of the Cockatrice.
‘Where are we going Admiral Ox?’ asks the starry eyed, young space farmer who is really the secret son of an evil galactic overlord with special powers.
The Viking warrior, the HubbaBubba Gum-chewing slut and the Hermit have placed the sign ‘Do Not Disturb’ on the door of the hotelroom.
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.
An inventive and brilliant celebration of Access to Music Brighton as it faces closure.
‘Late to the Party’ is an autobiographical romp on a mid-life diagnosis of ADHD and Dyslexia in two women.
Alan Felton and Tim Roycroft will be celebrating Dylan’s 76th Birthday and his Nobel Prize Award for Literature.
This year Sophia and Amoret will be roaming through Europe, discovering the story of Gypsy music.
Sleeping Trees return to lovingly destroy yet another film genre.
A stunning acrobat suspended beneath a free standing arch performs to an original live score performed by DJ Tigerstyle, Matt Constantine (strings/keyboards) and David Shaw (percus…
From his first eponymous album in 1962 to his latest, Fallen Angels, via his never-ending tour, Bob Dylan has always divided opinion: Upsetting the Establishment as a Folk/protest …
After watching all three ‘Godfather’ films, James has decided to leave Sleeping Trees and become a real life Sicilian gangster.
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.
The Fretful Federation is an orchestra plucked from Brighton and the surrounding areas playing all manner of fretted instruments.
In this slightly surreal, politically-charged musical cabaret, seemingly wholesome Scottish lass Cat Loud is still on the prowl for her next big adventure.
To tell stories in unexpected ways; that is the promise that Wildkind Theatre makes in their tagline.
46 years in showbiz.
“Ingenious and hilarious” (The Guardian).
“My musical discovery of 2016” (Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6 Music).
In the beautiful, atmospheric church of St Nicholas, dating back to 1091, Duo Maddalena recreate the soundscape of medieval France, England and Spain.
Music of the 19th century: the Laplace String Trio: Andrew Biggs - Violin, Beatrice Sales - Viola, NickCooper - Cello, with Sue Mileham - Soprano, Jane Money - Mezzo-Soprano, Tim W…
“Anyone else a massive fan of the divine Miss Vogue and her ukulele? Thought so.
Straight No Chaser Big Band combine with JATS swing dance aces Sam and Gabi for a Lindy Hop dance spectacular.
This is the fourth show in the series ‘Lions Led By Asses’ using poetry, song and facts.
The critically acclaimed Edinburgh sell-out comes to Brighton Fringe.
Do you remember a time when we all SpokeEasy? A time before every movement, word and thought was watched? Before cameras in trees? Come! Follow the signs for The Yellow Canary,…
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…
Join us for a night of deep psychedelic bass and high energy from the mighty nine-piece Dub/Reggae phenomenon, The Resonators.
Special Spiegeltent show from female-fronted Prog/Art Rock ensemble in celebration of their 4th Album, ‘Preternatural’.
US Soul vocalist Avery*Sunshine is, without a doubt, one of the most dynamic voices on the creative music scene, known for her invigorating live performances and compelling, reveal…
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…
“Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground” said Roosevelt.
There is going to be a lot of trouble for everyone when the Swan Liberation Army finally achieve emancipation and turn the United Kingdom into an totalitarian Swan state.
Mike Hatchard performs the story of Bernard Halfpen - the almost invisible pianist at the Luton Skyport Hotel.
Take Shakespeare’s ‘Seven Ages of Man’.
Welcome to the most fascinating compilation of 2017.
New Note Orchestra and Guests.
Soundscape – a concert of sheer escapism with this extraordinary piano quartet.
In February 2017, West African master-drummer Musa gathered the latest incarnation of his band XamXam and flew to Gambia to collaborate with local musicians.
Two nights at The Verdict for Edana Minghella’s quartet.
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…
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-…
What happens when your life seems to mirror that of your musical hero? Greg Moncur is convinced his obsession with Johnny Cash is influencing what happens in his life.
Vintage swingin’ music and dance in thoroughly postmodern style with The Soultastics band and dancers I Charleston Brighton.
The Wild is a three piece Americana/Alternative Folk band from Sussex, aged between 16 and 17, playing all original material uniquely arranged and utilising the many instruments th…
“It wasn’t a particularly spectacular night, as she sat stargazing in her room .
Blending many influences, The Shakespeare Heptet’s distinct sound is alluring and wholly contemporary, providing a stunning soundtrack to the sonnets.
Award-winning musician Paul Diello invites you to his gender-blending celebration of iconic women in music.
Are you trying to seduce me Mrs Robinson? With those classic lines memories of the sixties, songs and sexual liberation come flooding back.
Brighton meets Bristol for an evening of brassy skanks, intense grooves, conscious lyricism and wild rhythm.
Idle Eye (spoken word/comedy) and Jenny Vegas (comedy) welcome you to ‘Broken Biscuits’, a four-act variety event comprising the very best of spoken word, music, character comedy, …
“One of the best interpreters of Bob Dylan” (Billy Bragg), “Exquisite” (Jazz Review USA).
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.
Meet Megan and Sophie.
45-minute concerts in Brighton’s beautiful Mother Church.
“Stories can conquer fear, you know.
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 …
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…
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…
Patti Plinko glances around the stage in search of the next musical instrument.
Two very different award-winning comedians join forces to bring you a magnificent hour of ‘Hoo-Haa’! David Jordan and Ingrid Dahle invite you to experience the pinnacle of enter…
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…
Celebrate the arrival of the Brighton & Hove Property Consortium’s Charity Cycle Ride with the Mayor of Brighton & Hove as they cross the finish line in New Road to mark the end of…
Follow multi-award-winning fiddle/cello duo An Dhá as they prowl through an Urban Folk music jungle, hunting perfection and exploring the wilderness of the Celtic tradition.
After Muofhe’s thriving musical career in her region in the northern province of Venda in south Africa, she has decided it’s time to introduce her African rhythms to the rest of …
Join us for a pigment-drenched journey.
Multicultural event including music, dance, poetry, comedy and acting.
Sunday Assembly is a worldwide network of non-religious gatherings that aims to celebrate life and build community through thought-provoking speakers, readings, poems, quiet reflec…
Brighton’s Singing Barber, Peter Joannou, puts his comb to one side, picks up his microphone and sings those classic beautiful songs from the Great American Songbook made famous by…
If you’re a budding ecologist who also has a love of physical theatre, Terabac is the show for you.
Louis Pearl has been thrilling audiences worldwide for over 30 years with the art, magic, science and fun of bubbles.
I Charleston Brighton Speakeasy is back with a bang! The Charleston girls will take you through the A-Z of ’20s dance with a twist of jazz and a dash of electro-swing.
A strange and amazing masked music group are bringing their unique party to Brighton.
This legendary singer/songwriter/Pop-icon performs his chart hits ‘Ariel’, ‘Lucky Stars’, ‘Lydia’ and more.
Carol Cates has been performing as Lady Carol all over the world for over a decade, America, Canada, all over Europe and Australia.
Mrs H and the Sing-Along Band bring their unique family music to Brighton Fringe for the first time.
“The man I love.
The Brighton School of Samba is the city’s first and only traditional Samba School.
An hour of entertainment from musicians, clowns and wordmongers of all flavours, local and international, showcasing the best Brighton Fringe has to offer.
“Jimmy was my grandfather.
Jam Tarts has enjoyed a string of successful shows in 2015 and 2016, including festival appearances and a critically-acclaimed collaboration with Cuban ballet star Carlos Acosta.
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…
It is with a plethora of “well”s with which this show must be described: well written, well performed, well timed and very well done.
Richard Carpenter is, for those that remember him at all, a somewhat complicated character.
Special first night of Brighton Fringe event - Ligeti Quartet plays ‘Black Angels’ for amplified strings and percussion, which David Bowie named as being among his favourite ‘Top-2…
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…
The land is sick.
Resound is a group of 18 male voices.
Tap is visual jazz.
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…
8 horns, 2 drummers, scratch-DJ and MC.
Returning for their third year.
Join us at Foodies Festival, the largest food and drink festival in the UK, returning to Hove Lawns this summer on the bank holiday weekend of April 29th - May 1st.
A Steampunk fandazzle eruption.
A selection of pieces dealing with current day issues.
An unique opportunity to hear some of the best young musicians from the Gaza Music School, part of the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music.
Award-winning comedy songwriter Tamar returns with a brand new show about walks of shame, the hangover blues and forever blaming everything on the Backstreet Boys.
A truly global mix of musicians who draw on influences from jazz, funk, soul and world music.
The Brit-popera for Common People Like You.
Marilyn Carino’s torchy, existential electro-soul has been likened to “Nina Simone coming back from the dead to front Morcheeba”; her latest album, ‘Leaves, Sadness, Science’ deeme…
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!
Maxx Silver writes and performs all of his own music.
From the creators of ‘Three Excellent Little Pigs’ and ‘Gorrid the Horrid’ comes another spell-binding musical puppet show.
Award-winning beatboxer, live looper and serial collaborator Shlomo returns with a brand new one-man show #NewRules, exploring his unique relationship with technology and pushing t…
Shlomo is a world record-breaking beatboxer who makes all kinds of music using just his mouth and a mic.
‘Best Music Show’ nominee in Adelaide, the acclaimed Movin’ Melvin presents a sensational premiere, featuring songs Otis Redding did, plus more! Extravaganza of song, tap-dan…
Professional harpist Alice Kirwan brings an unique and innovative harp recital programme to One Church Brighton.
Genre-defining classical composer and pianist Julian Layn tours Europe with ‘The Julian Layn Project’ that brings rock-alt classical, Julian’s unique form of 21st century classic…
“Cracking good songs in the style of Brecht, Bowie and Brel” (Irish Times) - Jody Trehy plays Brighton with a sublime international band as part of his 2016 tour.
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.
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…
Jacko Hooper combines delicate acoustic noodlings with a soulful, emotive voice.
In a dynamic and totally charming free performance, Owen Elton spreads half-truth and misinformation in original song.
The Tiger Lillies are a band that everyone should experience at least once in their life times.
Hot on the heels of their sell-out Club Tropicana events and Funk The Family festivals, Funk The Format curates a magical, musical shindig.
An intimate evening of spoken word and music, performed by Laura Brett and Sofia Ferreira.
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…
The Cutlery Crew wants everyone to have fun and prance joyfully about the place.
Pianist, rapper and producer Mrisi has performed his unique mix of hip hop, jazz, African, reggae and other genres as part of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games and all over the UK, su…
Incorporating as many different styles, centuries and saxophones as a sixty minute recital will allow, we’ll take you through the timeline of the saxophone quartet, demonstrating t…
Funk The Family returns for another magical instalment of fantastical fun for all the family.
Live Forever are Sussex’s premier Oasis tribute act.
Laurene Hope, who amazed as Piaf, is now ‘La Divina’ Callas - from unwanted child to opera Goddess and her obsession with Onassis.
Short stories set to music.
Enchanting songbird and hostess Lilian Lake welcomes you to the Moulin Rouge.
Join us for our one-off Fringe City night-time special, as part of the Fringe All-Nighter.
Pianist, rapper and producer Mrisi has performed at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games and all over the UK, supporting the likes of Omar, Prince Fatty and Rizzle Kicks.
Sarah Jane Morris and Antonio Forcione come together in a worldwide tour to promote the launch of their collaborative album, ‘Compared to What’, which includes some wry comedy, lov…
Quirky, wistful, witty, jubilant songs; dynamic performance; unique arrangements; ingenious costumes.
The award-winning company and jazz fusion trio, The Physics House Band, return to unleash their fast-paced physical comedy on Sci-fi movies, complete with two rip-roaring live scor…
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.
The Unbearable Pleasure of Being a Woman, a side-splitting comedy cabaret.
The award-winning company and jazz fusion trio, The Physics House Band, return to unleash their fast-paced physical comedy on Wild Western movies, complete with two rip-roaring liv…
This character-driven play from Moving On Theatre had something for everyone.
So you like Star Wars and can’t find a date? Follow dating Padawan, Aaron Ayjay, as he takes a comedic look at his relationship disasters and his passion for all things Star Wars.
The Sex Shells present ‘Going Down’: a glittering, twisted, all-singing, all-prancing look at gay existence in the twenty-first century.
Club Cairo offers an exotic array of entertainment from Arabia.
Launching Edana Minghella’s new album, ‘All or Nothing’, a tribute to Billie Holiday.
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…
Join the Know My Neighbour campaign for a week of free activities and performances to encourage neighbourliness in our city! Come and be entertained, connect with others and all wh…
Alan Felton presents part three in his World War 1 series, ‘Lions Led By Asses’, with words, poetry and popular songs of the year 1916.
The big band sound of 1960s Latin America via the back streets of New Orleans, this irresistibly swinging street music will have the crowd baying for more.
An aeroplane crashes in the Sahara Desert.
Having left the UK for sunny Australia, Dr Ahmed returns to share the comical aspects of being a modern day GP.
Local Brighton pianist, Johan de Cock, presents an hour-long recital of Baroque sonatas by Antonio Soler, a classical sonata by Joseph Haydn, two late elegies by Franz Liszt, selec…
Mishka Shubaly defies easy description.
Unified Rhythm, The Cedar Centre and Friends.
Kianja is an emerging young singer/songwriter making waves on the live London scene, fusing jazz and urban flavours with a twist of vintage style.
With elements that could have made it great, Hardly Still Walking, Not Yet Flying was sadly let down by others that weren’t quite up to par.
Argus Angel award winners with brightonirish.
Imagine the sounds of the seasons transformed into music.
Pulling up a stool in front of the intimate, softly lit stage down in the basement of Komedia, reminiscent of so many NYC music venues, the audience and I settled in to enjoy the…
The Fretful Federation is an orchestra plucked from Brighton and the surrounding areas playing all manner of fretted instruments.
As soon as Taylo Aluko, in the guise of Paul Robeson, takes to the stage we know we’re in for a treat.
Set when the UK garage scene was at the height of its glory, With a Little Bit of Luck introduces us to 19 year-old Nadia, about to experience her ‘summer of love’ in 2001 and …
Belle and Sebastian/God Help the Girl’s lead singer performs a story set to song, celebrating our modern day notions of home and belonging.
Just the usual open mic night at the Iron Duke.
The Red Lamps are an integrated group of musicians from Chailey Heritage School for disabled young people.
Experience the fire of Scottish traditional music, the delicacy of classical perfection, the spirit of jazz and the life of the city from Urban Folk duo, An Dhá.
Nominated an astounding 31 times in the fifteen years of the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards - more than any other performer - there is no doubt that, after 35 years as a professional musi…
Critically-acclaimed pianist Helen Burford returns to Brighton Fringe with a fascinating solo programme, featuring works by Somei Satoh, Piazzolla, Handel and Timo Andres.
It is the tenth year of the siege of Troy, the year that Calchas the soothsayer has predicted the city will fall.
Jazz big band, led by effervescent trombonist Mark Bassey, playing exciting contemporary arrangements alongside favourite jazz standards.
Since 2007, award-winning a cappella sensation ‘In the Smoke’ has been wowing audiences with its own high-energy take on great songs you know and great songs you don’t .
Sublime popular classics by celebrated British composers, featuring professional soloists and instrumentalists, amidst stunning surroundings of St Bartholomew’s Church.
Beauty of Baroque, Saturday 14 May: Katherine Nicholas - soprano, Janet Omerod - mezzo-soprano and Nick Andrews - piano, present arias and duets by Purcell, Bach and Handel.
A magical candlelit evening of uplifting, meditative and devotional Buddhist mantra with beautiful soulful harmonies.
The Blues Corporation returns! New material, new show.
Acclaimed violin and piano duo Sophia Bartlette and Amoret Abis return for their third Brighton Fringe recital to celebrate women composers.
Singing minstrels Guy Hayward and Will Parsons of the British Pilgrimage Trust, lead us in an evening about the re-introduction of pilgrimage to 21st century Britain.
With his unique take on drag, Alfie has become a stand-out act in the UK cabaret scene.
This tense and atmospheric silent feature was directed by Anthony Asquith in 1929.
This eight-piece soul and funk band just keeps getting better.
Hastings-based Oudolin will be bringing you authentic music from a range of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern countries including Egypt, Syria, Greece, Lebanon, Turkey and Moorish S…
Pat Cahill brings his sellout 2015 Edinburgh show to Brighton Fringe.
The official secrets act is over and Eva is ready to set the record straight.
“Actually” Gay Men’s Chorus are celebrating their 10th anniversary with performances dating back to the very beginning.
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…
Fast-paced, hilarious sketch comedy from Making Faces.
Guitars, video, computer music and improvised live art combine in a multi-sensory celebration of Milton Babbitt’s centenary.
Beautiful relaxing classical music for piano duet, including pieces by J.
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 …
The award-winning Irish duo of original soul/jazz/pop are back with their new album ‘The Art of Happy Accidents’.
There aren’t enough superlatives in the English language to describe the great Camille O’Sullivan and her incredible interpretation of the songs of Jacques Brel.
Rebelles is a folk, jazz and classical singing group of 9; Julia, Natalie, Michelle, Marina, Andrea, Meredith, Sibyl, Sally and Cat.
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 Brighton Showcase hosts the best in new and up-and-coming local talent every Wednesday evening at award-winning venue, The Brunswick.
For one sensational night only, cabaret legend Dusty Limits graced the stage of a very chilly Republic venue on Brighton’s seafront.
The Ruby Darlings give an outrageously honest yet totally sexy look at life with a vagina.
Brighton’s premier ‘Jazz Jam’ with Paul Richards.
Standard Lamps, Tenderhooks, Idle Talk.
Wildly alternative ex-Elysian Quartet cellist, vocalist and Avant-Garde singer-songwriter, fascinated not only with words and songwriting, but also with sounds, noises and textures…
In 2015 Pop Star XNTHONY and The Penny Slots were heading to Eurovision.
This original musical tells a fairytale about everyday life - the many voices telling us what to do and who to be.
The great Charles Mingus had a unique approach to music.
Hullabaloo Community Quire presents ‘We Are Stardust!’ Join Hullabaloo and friends Robb Johnson, Naomi Bedford, Bela Emerson, Steven Grainger and WeBop choir, for a joyful celebra…
She’s played in the West End, sparkled in La Clique and starred as Titania in Shakespeare’s Globe – but now, she’s “in a tent in Brighton, in the middle of a roundabout.
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 choir meets to rehearse a song to make things better.
A stunning exhibition in a beautiful, spacious setting.
Funny, poignant, sublime and ridiculous; an hour of singing and telling stories about Jimmy, a grandfather whose contrary and difficult life was instrumental in a grandson’s embrac…
Urban bateria playing high-octane samba, funk and breakbeats with a soul-coaxing singer and a life-affirming, gotta-dance vibe.
Terry Pack’s Trees is an unfeasibly large ensemble, of up to 40 local musicians, which performs exciting, groove-based, new and original jazz.
Groomed is an incredibly difficult show to watch but such a necessary one.
Get a taste for Brighton Fringe 2016 at our outdoor showcase.
Pull on your spats and tassels and learn to Charleston like it’s 1929.
Love that frosty film or hate it, you’ll laugh your stripy socks off at lovable clowns Cat & Nicko and their puppet rock band.
The trumpet in the history of jazz featuring compositions and arrangements by the kings of jazz as well as new works.
Join us at the North Laine for a weekender of art, music, performance and general fringy goodness! We’ll start on Friday evening and won’t stop until Sunday night! Expect live art,…
Show-stopping Motown-covers act with three female vocalists who provide choreographed dance routines, costume changes and epic vocals! Performing only the best songs from Motown to…
Join Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus as they explore their dark side.
It’s happening again.
Award-winning, ‘one woman wonder’, West End performer, Sharon Sexton.
A Musical Mash Up: West End and Broadway in under 50 minutes. A different show each week.
Celebrating women in the brewing industry, we’re dedicating three days to the finest brewster stouts, saisons, pilsners and pales.
Fancy more Fringe? Join us for the best in laid-back, late-night entertainment at The Warren.
Share the excitement of ensemble performance of brand new works by young composers, with the Orchestra of Sound and Light.
Brighton Fringe 2016 is here: bigger, better and fringier than ever! And who could be better to kick things off at the Warren than Le Gateau Chocolat, the powerhouse baritone wr…