What a relief to be sitting in an actual theatre watching something where no one mentions the 'C word', unless it's Cornwall that is.
Another riotous performance from the Maydays! Proving that they really are the masters of improvisation, Maydays’ latest outing, Confessions had a packed-out Komedia in stitches.
As a horror fan, I approached this performance with high expectations; I wanted to be scared, disturbed or mildly agitated at the very least.
Barely Methodical Troupe defy definition; their circus skills, acrobatics, dance and highly physical theatre are astounding and take them beyond categorisation.
Another triumphant show from Ciadhra McGuire and Erik Igelström or, as they’re better known on stage, Earnest and Wilde.
Sharp-tongued, quick- witted, but ever so slightly rough around the edges, Lucy Roslyn’s fortune telling Myra Collins is no stranger to the seedier side of being a professional p…
This seems like perfect timing for another outing of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal, on the week Joan Bakewell picked up her BAFTA fellowship award.
Inspired by William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, this remarkable piece of writing and performance tells the story of an island and its former inhabitants through the experience of …
It’s hard to figure out whether this was a strip show with some acrobatics or an acrobatic show with the odd bit of stripping.
I Am A Camera was an ambitious undertaking, and unfortunately this time it didn’t pay off.
If someone had told me that my favourite show of the Fringe this year would be about a 1.
It is often difficult to conjure up enough words of praise for a near faultless performance but Ivo Graham’s was just that.
A round of applause for The Sundaes.
This spectacular cluster of dance pieces not only astounded through the sheer physicality of their presentation, but to produce piece after piece of originally choreographed narrat…
To start with the positives, this was a very enthusiastic show.
This is an exceptionally clever
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.
This show started beautifully and retained its magic right until the very end.
This is certainly not a light hearted show.
What an incredible performance.
For a topic that has become slightly worn in recent years and can easily slip into cliché, this was a very commendable take, using the extremely difficult device of verbatim perfo…
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.
hope for Harvey Keitel’s sake that he isn’t aware of this show taking place.
Thoroughly entertaining, cleverly written and immaculately performed.
Jane Postlethwaite’s Made
In Cumbria is absolutely hilarious.
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.
For one sensational night only, cabaret legend Dusty Limits
graced the stage of a very chilly Republic venue on Brighton’s seafront.
Stockhausen’s Inori is an incredibly intense show.
Groomed is an incredibly difficult show to watch but such a necessary one.
Floating down from Scotland, the Gilded Balloon, one of Edinburgh Fringe’s biggest venues, has brought a show of such magnitude onto its unsuspecting Brighton audiences that the …
ill-fated, anguished; these words would not at all be out of place in a review
of a Shakespearian tragedy but alas, this was no evening of star crosse…
Taking on Romanian playwright
Marin Sorescu’s Thirst of the Salt Mountain was never going to be an easy task
and unfortunately, on this occasion, Squall + Frenzy weren’t quit…
There aren’t enough
positive accolades in the English language to describe how utterly magnificent
this piece of physical theatre is.
For those who haven’t seen David Hoyle perform before, throw out your
preconceptions and definitely expect the unexpected; for David is not your
typical drag queen, and I’m s…
playwright Richard Crane, of National Theatre and Royal Court fame, being accompanied
by director Faynia Williams (National Theatre Mongolia & Romania) and not
An absolutely wonderful exhibition presented by Ink_d Gallery, on North
Road, of Graham Carter’s “Alphamals” is family friendly and a highlight of this
Fringe’s visual ar…
I had slightly misled myself in preparation for this show.
This was by far one of the most outstandingly bizarre pieces of theatre I have ever seen; I am still not entirely sure what I actually witnessed, but I know that I liked it.
Don’t let the title put you off.
At least the actors learned their lines well (which you kind of expect from an actor), so this isn’t really much of a compliment but it’s always good to start on a positive.
Expect the unexpected? It turns out if you arrive completely unprepared, armed with just the title of the show at hand and no prior expectations at all, that is when you will see t…
If rock musicals fronted by nearly-transgender, furiously lamenting drama queens are your thing, then this is definitely the show for you and if they aren’t, I highly recommend s…
Tucked away in its own little world of mayhem, Wild Horses, hosted by West Hill Community Centre may well be one of the strangest experiences of this year’s Fringe.
Following a journey into intense relationships, friendship and loss, this tale of two cities remarkably takes place within just one setting, London.
A play littered with second guessing, false pretences and a lot of alcohol would be the most apt generalisation of Brighton Little Theatre’s- or should that be Harold Pinter’s-…
A marvellously vulgar performance of Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape was performed upstairs at The Lectern last night, by the absolutely faultless Aidan Stephenson.
“A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men”.
Brighton’s improvised comedy favourites present an impromptu detective
drama, replete with colourful characters and lurid plots.
Brighton Fringe award winners, Certain Dark Things, invite you to spiral
down the stairs to the world of the inventor.
Faulty Towers The Dining Experience is a firm Fringe favourite and we are glad to see it back for its sixth year for only five nights at The Waterfront Hotel.
As Brighton Fringe gears up for 2016, Broadway Baby offers a preview
of the shows, the people and the world that is Brighton Fringe.
As Brighton Fringe gears up for 2016, Broadway
Baby offers a preview of the shows, the people and the world that is Brighton
With their award-winning show opening this weekend at The Warren's Main Stage, we've been talking to Artistic Director Karis Halsall to find out what HYSTERICAL is all about
Our panel of judges were unanimous in voting Captain Morgan as the winner of the 2015 Broadway Baby Bobby award at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe.
Memories of a Lullaby is a one woman show about Saras' experiences growing up in Venezuela.
A beautiful show incorporating theatre, live music and song.
A comedy about German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche and his troubled relationship with women wowed audiences at the Leicester Comedy Festival.
Roll up! Roll up! Roll up those lacy stockings and take a sneak peek into the debaucherous and downright entertaining world of Brighton Fringe cabaret and circus.
Numerous award-winning companies will be joining us again at this year at Brighton Fringe in the ever astounding Dance and Physical Theatre category.
Ever wondered who works behind the scenes at Brighton Fringe? We've been talking to sound designer and technician Daniel Stevens to find out what he's been up to this festival.
A protégé of David
Hoyle and Dickie Beau, Alfie Ordinary is about to dive in head first with
his inaugural solo performance Help!
I think I Might Be Fabulous.
As Brighton Fringe gears up for 2016, Broadway Baby offers an
insight into the shows, the people and the world that is Brighton Fringe.
We are Shea and Nora! Two Canadian gals who fell into deep creative love in France at Ecole Philippe Gaulier.
Working 9 to 5 is no way to make a living for Lucy, a disillusioned officer worker from London.
A key Brighton Fringe venue, The Marlborough is located in one of the oldest public houses in the city.
A well seasoned Brighton-Fringer, Rosie Blackwell-Sutton certianly has her hands full this year producing her own show as well as marketing three interestnig performances.
As puppetry becomes ever more popular with Fringe goers around the world, we decided to speak to London-based Theatre Temoin to find out more about their gritty tale of trouble and...
Back to inhabit the grounds of St Peter’s church, this festival within a festival will play host to a whopping 162 shows this Fringe and here at Broadway Baby we are completely s...
For this year’s Brighton
Fringe, Broadway Baby Editor Beth Troakes has been on the hunt to for the
insider information as our performers, venue mangers, programmers, press team...
Back again with two new spaces at the Waterfront Hotel on King’s Road, Sweet Venues promises a line-up of scintillating theatre, eye watering comedy, risqué cabaret and more liv...
Don’t let the performers have all the fun this Fringe! If you want to join in on the action Brighton Fringe has an excellent line-up of workshops, from creative to family-fun.
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