Nathan Cassidy is
pretty angry about a three star review he once received.
John Osborne is a fabulous storyteller.
Idiot Child throws everything into this show, quite literally: glitter, mojitos, frazzles and mini chedders, balloons, badges, sweets, music, stories, nudity and endless energy.
Patrick Sandford is engaging,
entertaining and certainly knows how to hold an audience.
I was really looking forward to this show.
This is Richard II as you’ve never seen him before, in a purple shell-suit wielding power over his puppet kingdom with subjects that range from beautiful two foot high hand carve…
If like me you whiled away many a Saturday
stopping your dog’s tail from slightly moving your carefully balanced lead from
your cassette player to your Spectrum ZX81, keeping e…
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.
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…
Set in the year 2039, this is a world that man has destroyed.
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
This is the second time Michael Pennington has donned the crown of Lear and this time it’s a Lear clearly made for a 21st Century audience; cut down and pacey.
The Last Five Years, by the darling of the Contemporary musical theatre world Jason Robert Brown, is about struggling actress Cathy and successful novelist Jamie’s five year rela…
This musical is billed as a work-in-progress showing as it will premiere at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe this summer.
Antigone is about failed rebellion and fighting for fairness.
Mr Fogg was not at all what I was expecting.
Svetlana Alliluyeva was Stalin’s only daughter.
Snippet Theatre Company is a new company made up of talented young graduates who have a very bright future.
The Pond Wife is a fun, colourful and very sparkly modern adaptation of the Little Mermaid with a lot of 90’s pop thrown in performed by the bubbly Holly and Ted.
If you think that going to a Camille O’Sullivan gig will be a nice way to spend an hour listening to music wash over you think again.
This play is billed as an adaptation of Edwards Lear’s classic poem The Owl and the Pussycat.
Set in a nursing home in 2014, Edward Kinsley tells us about his life and, ever the Gentleman, offers us tea.
Huntsville Prison, Texas 1959.
Two gangsters, Howe and Wallace, are trapped in a room, awaiting the inevitable knock at the door that will signal the end for Howe.
Peter Antoniou is a small guy in a small venue with a big mind blowing show.
Sarah Callaghan wants to tell us a secret in her first one hour Fringe show.
As the audience enter Ernest is sitting and watching the girl of his dreams, which he does every night.
May 17th is World Neurofibromatosis awareness day and what better way to raise awareness and funds than two hours of top quality comedy.
The Horne Section is part music, part comedy - or as Alex Horne describes it ‘like swimming whilst holding a picture’.
We were welcomed into the Cathode Ray Museum of Broadcasting, East Cheam by Terence (played by Bob Sinfield) in full evening dress.
Feathers, glitter, gold lame and The Weather Girls.
Bud by Nick Darke is a one-man show that was originally written for the RSC and performed in 1985.
It was early(ish) on a Sunday, but still the Speigeltent was bursting at the seams without an empty seat.
‘We don’t just do adverts, we do dreams’.
I really wanted to like Darren Walsh’s new show - I saw him last year and raved about him.
By equity rules if there are more cast on stage than audience you don’t need to perform.
Trailblaze Theatre Company are a young company with bags of enthusiasm who, according to their website blurb, specialise in interactive and immersive theatre.
Three of the most enlightened brains of the modern age, Tom Hodgkinson, John Mitchinson and Mark Vernon, are sitting on the small stage in the beautiful Hendricks Carnival of Knowl…
The Brighton Rep Theatre is a new company trying to achieve an admirable goal; repertory theatre for the local audience employing local professionals.
A theme seems to be developing within this years Fringe.
I am on stage at the Marlborough theatre verifying a magician’s mouth is empty.
This is Darren Walsh’s first solo show and it definitely won’t be his last.
A Brighton debut of Spiegeltent regulars Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen.
In 2007 Peter Michael Marino got stoned with a friend and came up with the idea of turning the 1980’s movie ‘Desperately Seeking Susan’ starring Madonna and Rosanna Arquette …
It would be hard not to like Phil Kay.
Transit is a beautiful piece of physical theatre performed by a strong ensemble cast from new Swiss-based theatre company, A Point.
It’s clear that Florence Leon is a performer with passion, but you need a little more than that to pull off a solo show.
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