A stand up comedy show with a unique twist.
For those not familiar with this Shakespearian classic, it opens with a shipwreck which leaves a brother and sister stranded on the coast of an island called Illyria.
This was the event to wrap up all of the weird, wacky and wonderful treats that the Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge had put on over the past five days.
Another Dip Your Toe show, another trip into a bizarre fictional world in a Victorian bathing machine.
Broadway Baby doesn’t often get the chance to turn restaurant critic, but as Sam’s of Brighton have added their pre-show Supper Club at the Spiegeltent to the official Fringe p…
An impressive and beautiful rendition of Tchaikovsky’s music, performed with great talent by the Sussex Symphony Orchestra.
Picture an intimate little room with white curtains all around you.
This stage adaption of the book and film was experimental, wacky and creative – a cocktail which at times proved highly successful and at other times fell completely flat.
Peter Straker has one of those recognisable faces ‘off the telly’ having been a regular on the original Dr Who and the 1985 series Connie.
This was a weird and wacky take on the old Chaucerian tale which left itsaudience members altogether bemused.
Naked Homo Live! is set in a members’ only gay club, with an intimate audience of around twenty people, and one naked – completely hairless – performer.
The Brighton Beach Boys gave a fairly electric rendition of some of the greatest and most celebrated musical bangers from the year 1969, as well as the Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’.
Entering a room full of trays of sandwiches, scones, cakes and ‘tea’ which turned out to be minty cocktails in tea-cups (it is sponsored by Hendricks after all) held a whole lo…
If you weren’t lucky enough to venture to the wacky venue, Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge was situated in a gentleman’s beautiful seafront home – straddling the border be…
The sweetness and innovation of this young children’s puppet show was overshadowed by some of the flaws in its production.
This is a wild and wacky experience of burlesque, cabaret and circus.
A fun, eclectic group of amateur comedians took to the stage with an endearing, though not hilarious, improvised comedy set.
On the whole, the show was quite amateur and left a lot to be desired.
An ambient evening of harp music and vocals which was enjoyable, but not exceptional.
1912 is a fairly unsuccessful attempt to reinvent old magic shows from the early 20th Century.
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