Alexis Dubus: Cars and Girls

Alexis Dubus: Cars and Girls

What title could be more succinct? Cars and Girls is the story of a young man’s freewheeling adventures in life – looking for excitement, for love and for meaning.Alexis Dubus tells his autobiographical story in rhyme – taking us from the sleepy English village where he grew up, to London, to travels in South America and Europe... 

Sh! Our Parents Still Think We Are At University

Sh! Our Parents Still Think We Are At University

A stand-up show of three up-and-coming comedians from the Soho Theatre Young Company. Sasha Ellen, Jacob Hatton and Jamie Oliphant represent their generation: the unemployed, unfulfilled and unwashed... 

The Butterfly Catcher

The Butterfly Catcher

The Butterfly Catcher charts the class of 2015’s last days of high school and one student’s attempt to capture it all on film.It features all the staple school characters that are instantly recognisable and relatable: the alternative kids, the popular cliques and the overworked intellectuals... 

The Forgotten Bookshop

The Forgotten Bookshop

The story of a young man's quest to save an ever-failing bookshop and the friends he makes along the way. The bright and funny characters he meets remind him that books are still worth fighting for... 

Creative Differences Collective ‘15

Creative Differences Collective ‘15

BA(Hons) Creative Performance present five shows in four slots over three nights across two venues! Featuring a UKIP enforcer and non-racist, aliens on tour, a virginity auction, sketch comedy and a girl who falls for her burglar... 

Floe-Joe's Faces

Floe-Joe's Faces

Armed with just his bedroom-made beats and a very literal multiple personality disorder, Iowa’s dopiest music producer, Floe-Joe, invites you to indulge in his wacky world of sketch, funk and banter! An 'intimate' listening party of deep-soul music with all the fancy spiel to go with it... 

Bob and Jim: The Lot

Bob and Jim: The Lot

Bob and Jim do The Lot, from flip flops to fracking via democracy, pop music, lentils, wrestling, nozzles and everything else ever. This show will help you come to terms with whatever might be troubling you in the modern world... 

Best Boy: Not As Imagined

Best Boy: Not As Imagined

Best Boy are on a mission: their greatest sketch made the BBC’s airwaves, but wasn’t done justice. This is their chance to fix it. Punchy skits and witty set pieces galore. Like heckle retort rehearsals, cat-lover perils and BBC sketch ‘Richard III’... 

Charlie & The Philosorappers

Charlie & The Philosorappers

A head-stretching hip hop voyage through the history of thought. Join Charlie as he begins his university degree and morphs into the plethora of philosophers he meets along the way... 

Twinkle Toes

Twinkle Toes

Filthy, feral and gorged on syrup, Twinkle Toes is stuck in a videotape of 90s stage school nostalgia. Haunted by ringlets, ribbons and toothless smiles, she is aching for someone to press play ... 

The Marie Curie Project

The Marie Curie Project

This musical is billed as a work-in-progress showing as it will premiere at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe this summer. I didn’t know how developed this show would be and thought it might be hard to review a sharing of work... 

Graveside Manner

Graveside Manner

Overwhelmed by melancholy, Bill Jones seeks to entertain us with poems about death and despair, excerpts from a truly disheartening novel and updates on the aftermath of a disastrous love affair... 

Sticky Digits, An audience with Pamela DeMenthe

Sticky Digits, An audience with Pamela DeMenthe

Erotica author Pamela DeMenthe shares the secrets of her literary success and invites fans to hear extracts from her new novel 'Sticky Digits', but her readings may reveal more than she bargained for... 

Man Up, Jonny Fluffypunk

Man Up, Jonny Fluffypunk

Poet. Oddball. Father. Jonny's acclaimed poignant no-fi stand-up spoken word theatre show about finding the hero within, however unpromising the exterior. Contains references to anarcho-syndicalism... 

Ginger

Ginger

A small show about the big C. A funny and moving new show, apparently about the fight with breast cancer - but really about human connections, laughter, survival, a bit of old music and the extraordinary moments when there’s no room for the small stuff, but lots of room for (ginger) tea. 

Mr Fogg: Youth

Mr Fogg: Youth

Mr Fogg was not at all what I was expecting. I certainly was not expecting the unassuming Phil Barry to walk out on stage. But as soon as he sat down at the keyboard his soaring vocals accompanied by lyrical cello and violin won me over... 

Pull Your Socks Up, Britain!

Pull Your Socks Up, Britain!

“Just leave it all to me! I’ll sort this troubled nation like an unruly sock drawer at half term…” A unique combo of domestic audience trials, current affairs quips & ruddy rude British humour... 

Off The Cuff TV

Off The Cuff TV

Join Brighton improv stalwarts Off The Cuff as they create an evening of spontaneous TV entertainment based on your suggestions! Featuring a unique sketch show, breaking news bulletins and an episode of classic detective show Crime and Funishment - It promises to be a unique not-to-be-missed comedy extravaganza! “Hilarious, intelligently delivered and well put together” ★★★★★ (Latest 7)... 

Bathtime

Bathtime

Like all great people (Whitney Houston, the Romans) Harry loves a bath. But when his wife, Sarah, is mysteriously bludgeoned to death, Harry keeps getting dragged from his bubbles by people – showerers, usually – who think he did it... 

John Osborne: Most People Aren't That Happy, Anyway

John Osborne: Most People Aren't That Happy, Anyway

Writer and performer John Osborne (John Peel's Shed, Sky 1's After Hours) performs his first ever hour long poetry show. Funny, moving and life affirming. “Genius” (The Guardian)... 

Monte Cassino Morning

Monte Cassino Morning

Set in a nursing home in 2014, Edward Kinsley tells us about his life and, ever the Gentleman, offers us tea. He was a Captain stationed in Italy in the Second World War and was injured twice, both times taking him to hospital... 

Pond Wife

Pond Wife

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.I wasn’t quite sure whether this was a show aimed at children or adults but perhaps it doesn’t matter... 

My Mum The Chemo Ninja

My Mum The Chemo Ninja

Why grief's not just about losing, but laughing. A daughter's surprising discovery of positivity and joy in a world of diagnoses, death and being dumped. Adapted by Angela Wilson from her award-nominated blog, Funny Matters, about the loss of her mother to terminal cancer in 2012... 

the Free Meditation Class

the Free Meditation Class

This performance takes a critical look at contemporary trends in Western spirituality. Practices such as yoga and meditation are becoming increasingly popular and mindfulness is often seen as a way of coping with the stress and busyness of everyday life; but what do these practices mean? And where do they lead us? Join the Free Meditation Class as I attempt to find out... 

Mixed Doubles

Mixed Doubles

BBC Radio 4's Mixed Doubles bring a vivid blend of Messrs Fry & Laurie and Not The Nine O’Clock News, with a sprinkle of Enid Blyton, a pinch of Smack The Pony and a dash of Pimm's on the village green... 

The Twelfth Disciple

The Twelfth Disciple

A 21st-century Judas is forced to give up his leader. Fusing cinematic footage with an on stage interrogation, 'The Twelfth Disciple' is a political thriller with biblical bite. "Immediate, contemporary and poignant" (Eastbourne Herald)... 

Self Help

Self Help

Seppi’s sell-out Glasgow Comedy Festival show ‘Self Help’ is here to improve your life; from jobs and failure to family, kids and laziness. Why see anything else when you can laugh and become a better person? Seppi’s failed at many things so that you don't have to...