The Silver Bell explores loss, grief and the collision of spirituality and science.
From the same dynamic duo behind Tougher than the Train, here we have an interactive comedy show for adults with Valhalla Calling.
So you think you know Dylan Thomas? Maybe for his work and his volatile mindset through drinking, but have you ever wondered what his wife Caitlin really thought of him? We find ou…
Medico brought a new twist to a one woman stand up comedy show by bringing a medical slant to the proceedings.
Rain didn't dampen our spirits as we found ourselves transported to the Ibizan club scene for an hour during Guru Dudu's Silent Disco Walking Tour, dancing away the weekend…
Clownberry Theatre enchants adults and children alike with Tougher than the Train - an experience that explores the idea of being tough versus playful through the usage of audience…
Shaggers brought a different take on sex for this year's fringe festival.
If Victoria Wood was alive today, she would have been charmed by Selina Mersey: Madonna/Whore, a work in progress show that explored, via the form of comedy and burlesque, the idea…
As the audience entered the Bosco Theatre, we were enchanted by a solo guitar player (Tim Carp) on stage.
Anne Bonny and Mary Read were two formidable women in history, who took to the high seas as pirates.
Crunch! was a gentle yet hard hitting comedy set in an office, where three very different characters tried to get on with furthering their careers, but fell into the trap of not sh…
Eleanor Conway is a woman on a mission.
Done to Death By Jove was a comedic celebration of the murder mystery novel.
'Hello! What time do you call this?' A friendly voice called out to the audience as we entered the Rotunda performance space.
The Old Market atmosphere was vibrant as we walked in to find a stage that had a set made up entirely of cans, pots, pans, traffic signs and more that one might see on a busy city …
Mistaken identity, two sets of twins and lots of frivolity is what makes this unique bi-lingual production of Shakespeare's classic comedy The Comedy of Errors.
Two men, two different approaches to creating a good play.
Hayley May Muirhead and Molly Dooner under the company name of Pink Mango Comedy, bring a show that is zany, bizzare, upbeat and sexually empowering for any females watching.
Multiverse Musical is a show with a twist.
Impromptu Shakespeare had all the right ingredients for a good night out, as well as a genuine love for William Shakespeare's language, plays and the characters involved.
Have you ever wanted to be in an Oscar Wilde play? Even if it's just for a few minutes? With The Importance of Being.
An escape room style experience with a paranormal twist, Retrogression is about a ghost who scares visitors to the Brighton Toy Museum and needs to be released.
Fanny Dent was a woman on a mission - to see where she fits in (if at all) into the world of burlesque.
St Ann's Well Gardens in Hove was the perfect idyllic setting for Drama Impact's version of William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.
When it comes to a somewhat frightening topic like cancer, many of people seem to automatically shut down emotionally when talking about it, almost denying it exists.
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is one of Robert Louis Stevenson's most popular novels.
Whenever we think of Jack the Ripper, immediately we think back to Whitechapel and his gruesome victims.
Having studied Dylan Thomas at university, fallen in love with Richard Burton's classic interpretation of Under Milk Wood and having a strong Welsh family connection, I was exc…
A family comedy show with a twist, Liz and Jessie's Undiscovered Country follows Liz and Jessie as they set out to explore places in the UK that may have had a connection to th…
Zany, spooky, fun! That is the way to describe Vampire's Ball Ultimate Halloween Party Live! Although it was on Zoom, and they were up against time lags on the extremely odd oc…
Looking to portay the idea of someone who is trapped both mentally and physically in a cell, Ghislaine/Gabler follows our protagonist as she tries to justify her involvement in a c…
Glenda and Rita are two black and white stars from the 30s and 40s, who are trying to fit into a modern world of technicolour, personal labels, and what it really means to be a sta…
Whether we care to admit it or not, in some way, shape or form, we are all intrigued by pirates.
If you're looking for a show that could make Scrooge himself engage with Christmas spirit in June, then Aiden Goatley: 12 Films of Christmas is for you.
Running through different eras of history, Clean - The Musical wiped the floor with its heartfelt, touching overlapping of stories of seven women who lived in Roundhill, Brighton.
Imagine the setting.
Brighton got their boogie shoes on as they danced around Brighton with Boogie Shoes Silent Disco Walking Party under the guidance of our ship's captain Mama Roo and her shipmat…
Antonio is a very interesting character in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night.
Katie Rice and Ellen Patterson are two performers on a mission to highlight how womxn are portrayed in today's world, as well as specifically within the political environment.
Seeing Queerly was a comedy show that presented a different take to life during and after lockdown, as well as dating.
Blood Glorious Blood was not just your normal one woman show.
It was interesting to see a show that presented the possibility that we take our bodies very much for granted.
Singing has been proven over time to be beneficial for mindfulness and wellbeing - and not just for the professionals.
Whenever we hear the term 'Yes Queen', these days what automatically pops into our heads is the popular association with RuPaul's Drag Race.
Bring together the work of Jane Austen and the modern world of dating together to create a murder mystery with a twist you get An Austentatious Murder.
Anjali Singh has created a show that is a fusion of a Ted Talk, comedy and musical theatre, to depict how much time changes in the blink of an eye.
Those who know of William Shakespeare will probably recognise several of his intricate plots.
Mock the Greek was a show that sent up the myths and legends of Greece.
Notflix was a musical experience with a twist.
Big Quiffy Bingo was a show that was full of glitz and glamour, thanks to the host of the evening Boogaloo Stu.
Ellie is a schoolgirl with a very bright future ahead of her.
Reality and fiction fuse in this interesting piece focusing on the paranormal world, as a TV editor called Sam struggles to accept where the lines of reality lie when asked to chan…
Char Brockes and Jack O'Neill (Ava Cardo) brought the Rialto Theatre to life with their unique styles of drag and slapstick comedy, in order to explore the theme of Romantic Co…
Despite some technical issues with the Brighton Fringe website, this Greek Mythology Creative Writing Workshop run by Amanda Potter (from the Open University) was a good way to get…
During both lockdowns, everyone experienced something being taken away that we possibly have taken a lot for granted.
The Late Show was a comedy night that lit up The Warren with much needed silliness, laughter and joy with the return of live shows.
We all have secrets to keep.
The Brighton Open Air Theatre was full of joy, not just because of theatre starting again after recent uncertain times, but due to The Lady in the Van being the opening show of the…
Annabelszki took to the stage to give a thought provoking, challenging and uplifting insight into the role of women and feminism from a lesbian point of view.
Matt Hoss is a man on a mission.
An enchanting stage show based on the 2010 book by Julia Donaldson, Zog follows a young dragon of the same name who only wants one thing: a gold star.
brought an uplifting and insightful fusion of storytelling, comedy and poetry to her show Professional Breakup Artist to highlight the various stages of love, da…
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