The story of three actors who are performing a show to impress the infamous theatre critic, Bob the Leech.
Triple award-winning sketch villains and stars of BBC Radio 4’s ‘Sketchorama’ return to Brighton with a ghoulish new nightmare blend of sketch comedy, live music and pure evi…
This show is about two things: home and the body.
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…
‘Pelican’ is a whirlwind hour of narrative comedy that’s “wildly funny” (BroadwayBaby) and “thrives off ingenuity and playfulness” (EdFringeReview).
Sometimes you stumble on a stand-up so freshly funny that you remember why you started liking unknown comedy shows in the first place.
The Duncan brothers came from the same erection, but have since gone in a different direction.
Paula Valluerca, AKA Madame Señorita, (winner of Best Female Act at The London International Solo Festival) presents ‘The Expector’.
We are told in the blurb that being a grown up sucks.
“The average person
will speak 123,205,750 words in a lifetime”.
Critically-acclaimed comedy actress and character comedian Alice Marshall returns to Brighton Fringe with ‘Blood’, the follow-up to her smash-hit 2016 debut show ‘Vicious.
Winner: Best Comedy Award, Brighton Fringe, 2016.
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,…
Kate Winslet soaking wet, porcelain thrones and dancing sausages.
“Imagine if Derren Brown was funny” Evening Standard.
An evening of new and exciting work from students nearing the end of their acting training at Strode’s College.
Aisha’s front room doubles as a depression-era cinema, her bedroom a Parisian salon and her study a library from the psychedelic Sixties.
“I looked like an angel, but was a fiend inside.
Next to Normal spin words, music, vocals and their sweet, sweet moves into sketch forms every damn day (after their day jobs).
You don’t have to be perfect.
Winner, Rising Star: The Media Eye, 2016.
Winner: Rising Star, The Media Eye, 2016.
Jane Postlethwaite (Funny Women and Squawker Award finalist 2015) brings her multi-character, one-woman show, ‘The House’, to Brighton.
Get ready to laugh at the regular comedic odd couple.
The candles are lit.
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…
WMD Comedy is a three man sketch troupe with an online following for making strange and wonderful content.
‘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…
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…
The Other Realm brings Lovecraft’s classic short story to the stage for the first time.
George Egg, the stand-up comedian who cooks onstage using absurd and innovative techniques, returns.
David McIver is one of the most fun guys around these days.
The Countess Alex Zapak, direct from Berlin, presents her captivating new show NU(I)T
The international, trans-media, award-winning artist to perform at Brighton Fringe 2017.
Will and Heidi are two thoughtful, principled stand-ups who will do anything to get a laugh, including dropping all principles.
‘Deprived of meaningful work, men and women lose their reason for existence; they go stark, raving mad.
Twig the Pixie has lost his marbles! Help him find them in this hit stand-up comedy spectacular for all generations of the family.
“Traditionally, unmarried girls were sent into the veg garden to choose the ‘perfect’ cabbage.
Hit dark sketch comedy show featuring a host of weird and wonderful characters, culminating in a big James Bond finale.
A strange and amazing masked music group are bringing their unique party to Brighton.
Sponsored by the Portslade Furniture Warehouse, this show sees the web’s freshest sketch comedy act revitalised on stage.
I wasn’t entirely sure what I’d witnessed after walking out of BLINDFOLD: The Night of the Hunt, a surreal play by Greek company THE.
Twelve years ago, Tobias and Alexander came together to form a spiritualist commune based on their shared visions of a peaceful and harmonious community.
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.
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…
I, Marjorie Willmott (MA, PhD, MpDA), invite you to my very interesting and very important introductory lecture.
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Delighting London audiences since 2013, The Science of Living Things bring their trademark show to Brighton.
is a midnight mass - an ode to memory and the sense of loss which carefully
evokes a frozen, car-crash, state of mind.
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…
Award-winning The Dead Secrets bring you a labyrinthine sketch comedy adventure.
Beautifully-crafted comedy from one of the country’s masters of anecdote and timing.
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…
Sketch heroes BEASTS return to Brighton with a brand new hour of inspired nonsense.
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.
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.
Opening in 1943 Rome, Gran Consiglio is
set with The Grand Council of Fascism meeting to discuss the deposition of
Quirky, wistful, witty, jubilant songs; dynamic performance; unique arrangements; ingenious costumes.
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)
A farcical comedy two-hander, written and produced by AWOL Productions.
Debuting in Brighton following a critically acclaimed run at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe, ‘Madame Señorita: ¿Who are Tú?’ is a total riot of a show, lead by an idiot.
Watch a fuzzy gentlemen do his best to convince you that he’s not a brain floating in a jar, whilst working out precisely how humanity has managed to get this far without totally d…
The author Mick Jackson talks taxidermy and explores our ambivalent relationship with the animal kingdom, from Walter Potter to Johnny Morris via John Berger.
Cheekykita, a ridiculous comedian like “no one else out there” (The Alarmist).
This stand-up comedy show contains 3 types of sneezes; 3 impressions of screensavers; 4 impressions of toilet seats; 6 rejected Fire Exit sign designs; 1 short play about car indic…
As a follow-up to the highly successful ‘I Love Luci’, The Other Realm Theatre Company return with ‘Which is Witch?’.
Typically English Mr Smith is wearing English slippers, smoking an English pipe and reading an English newspaper.
Stand and hat, dressing
table and mirror, decanter and glass: is this the archetypal room-on-a-stage?
“Bold, subversive and very funny” ???? (The Scotsman).
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.
Sponsored by the Portslade Furniture Warehouse, this show sees the web’s freshest comedy sketch act revitalised on stage.
Ben Watson’s meet and
greet as we entered the theatre made his audience immediately warm to him.
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.
“Narnia isn’t real.
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.
It’s Friday the 13th and I am about to be trapped inside a slightly claustrophobic metal container with an unsuspecting audience by a group who call themselves Casual Violence, w…
Georgie’s 40th birthday, her friends spy something strange lodged in her ear.
The award-winning comic returns with twenty farcical characters including men and an inanimate object.
Every Christmas, comedians Andy Thomas (‘Crimes Against Humanities Teachers’) and Sarah Charsley (‘Ghost Sex’) meet to mime a rant, then do it for real.
Comedy actress and character comedian Alice Marshall presents a collection of her weird and wonderful characters in her debut solo hour.
At Insignia Asset Management, Lucy is in charge of the photocopier, printer, and scanner.
A story of both the abuser/ abused, showing the cognitive distortions which underlie sexual offending and the resulting trauma caused to a victim.
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…
Facing both her 80th year and an unveiling of a new piece of artwork, artist Gert has a lot to think about.
Free alternative comedy from Matt Hutson (Runner-up in Preston Comedian of the Year) and David McIver (Selected for the BBC New Comedy award 2015).
Two dry comics - one a dark, dry storytelling Bujew, the other, weird but with beautiful eyes and a pedantic wit - join forces for a mind blowing hour of comedic perspective shifti…
Strange things happen on a Walke About.
London comedian Heather Jordan brings her debut show to Brighton Fringe.
3 guys + 1 drum + 1 loop pedal = funkin’ carnage.
Fresh off a sold-out tour between New York and Los Angeles and an extended run at the Edinburgh Fringe, these Gaulier-graduates bring their high energy and low intelligence to Brig…
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’…
Weave up, down and around our imaginary menagerie with the Bom-Bane Family Players as you’ve never seen or heard them before.
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