Nine-time Edinburgh Fringe First Winner.
Imagine the setting.
Comedy cabaret chanteuse Miss Hope Springs (winner Best Cabaret Edinburgh Fringe 2019 Broadway World Awards) was once the toast of Las Vegas, now she’s down on her luck and high…
Back for our 4th year, providing the best African music of the Festival.
‘Black Velvet Moon’ rising for one night only.
Geoff Robb was the winner of the 2018 Brighton Fringe Live Music Award for his solo show.
A pole-esque tale, telling the story of one woman’s journey through pole, from the seedy underworld of Brighton, to her respectable reinvention as a drag king.
Come and join in the fun with the longest-running African Drumming group in Brighton.
Born in Essex, Scott Lavene was raised on power ballads, punk and swearing.
Live Turkish and Greek music accompanied by mesmerising bellydance performances.
How can one be sassy, sexy and surreal? The trans masc bear cub of the drag scene, Sammy Silver shows you exactly how through talk, song, video and dance.
Like, I suspect, many other members of the audience, I found myself identifying with Better as described in the Fringe guide.
Fringe First winner and “peer-reviewed rapper” Baba Brinkman explores the scientific study of consciousness in his latest hip-hop comedy.
There comes an awkward point in some friendships when going to the pub is no longer quite enough entertainment.
Geoff Robb is a guitarist and composer whose music blends his classical training with his love of Spanish and Celtic music.
Brighton’s sell-out female comedy troupe present their rude and raucous topical humour.
A mysterious atmosphere vibrates through the small room in Manchester Street’s Latest Music bar as two women take to the stage and where flowers lie scattered beneath their feet.
Remember that song you like? Well, The Dirty Carols have ruined it for you forever with their own dirty, funny, surreal musical take on the songs you know and love.
Vocalist and synth-pop artist Matthew Callow presents a galactic exploration of love and affection. Live music accompanied by a projected film backdrop.
The name itself ‘Caustic Comedy’ is based on a particular form of humour: comedy that is acerbic, cutting-edge, even cruel or insulting but always amusing, indeed, corrosive an…
This is about the most important thing Michael Clarke ever felt.
A new one-woman show written and performed by Vikki Parker.
Join us for some drag king cabaret by the seaside as we celebrate the bois from previous King of the Fringe competitions.
Jazz and Poetry Layer Cake
A delicious serving of modern original Jazz and poetry created by the award-winning author John Harvey (author of the bestselling Charlie Resnick series…
Comedy sketch show featuring contemporary characters in Brighton and beyond.
Mozzz! A week in the life of an undercover mosquito.
Science rapper Baba Brinkman (Rap Guide to Evolution) teams up with neuroscientist Dr.
Nominated for best music at Brighton Fringe 2016.
Mercedes, or ‘Merc’ as she calls herself, has just landed a new job working at a nightclub; a nightclub with a sexist and homophobic doorman -Kai Henderson-, a highly stung and…
Marilyn Carino’s torchy, existential electro-soul has been likened to “Nina Simone coming back from the dead to front Morcheeba”; her latest album, ‘Leaves, Sadness, Science’ deeme…
A pair of comedic short plays simultaneously celebrating and condemning modern life, sandwiched in sketches: A re-imagining of the myth of Narcissus and Echo, and a contemporary fa…
Would Like to Meet presents an hour of real life
dating stories brought into being by the melodramatic Ally, who is desperate to
find love and get married; Liz who has grown bore…
Ali Bangoura, from Guinea, with his troupe of Brighton-based drummers, are bringing the excitement and dynamic energy of Africa to Brighton.
The Sex Shells present ‘Going Down’: a glittering, twisted, all-singing, all-prancing look at gay existence in the twenty-first century.
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.
Belle and Sebastian/God Help the Girl’s lead singer performs a story set to song, celebrating our modern day notions of home and belonging.
Experience the fire of Scottish traditional music, the delicacy of classical perfection, the spirit of jazz and the life of the city from Urban Folk duo, An Dhá.
Standard Lamps, Tenderhooks, Idle Talk.
Race down the memory lane of rock with ultimate seven-piece band, Tonight Matthew, in a twin-carb, Mk II Lotus Cortina, revved-up joy ride of homage to The Beatles, Bowie, Johnny C…
Former freelance Thought Consultant John Kyron has come to bring you to ‘Quantagasm!’ Come along and experience the Quantagasm Personality Test, find out who really wrote The DaVin…
An intimate late show presenting one-man-band The Sabio, a multi-instrumental journeyman with rare musical sensibility.
Novelists Susanna Jones and Sally O’Reilly on why they started writing historical fiction and their publishing experiences.
A stylish evening which takes you through the work of musical theatre geniuses from Webber to Jason Robert Brown.
Have you ever been told to man up? Or be more ladylike? Our lives are shaped by the gender we identify with.
Feeling underwhelmed is something which you won’t experience at any point during Snow White: The Whole Grimm Affair and this is evident from the very start.
Every year she’s single on Valentine’s Day, Sophie buys a cat.
Danielle Imara shares her experience of jail via a cutting-edge cabaret-style mix of upbeat songs, dance, and gritty dialogue.
I love a bit of late night showbiz.
In a fin-de-siècle Parisien Salon, or post World War Three Bunker; the two leads of DANGEROUS LIASONS, Merteuil and Valmont, circle each other, probing for weaknesses.
“Twins” is a play about a pair of Twins born two weeks apart.
This light-hearted Beggar’s Opera-esque musical is definitely one of the most pleasurable shows I have seen in a while.
Blending music of Eastern Europe and the Balkans with mesmerising Tribal Fusion Belly Dance, ‘Chaos Carousel’ takes us on a journey that not only crosses continents but also takes …
Join us for a Late Breakfast of international award-winning new plays.
Joanne Lau and Hannah Warman, twin sisters and stand-up comics united from opposite sides of the globe with completely different appearances, outlooks and parents, bring you a hila…
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