Is it possible to communicate with the dead? Magicians Griffin and Jones intend to find out.
The Ealing Inheritance is a comic tale of intrigue, gold-digging and dastardly dissimulation reminiscent of many an Ealing comedy - hence the double meaning of the play’s witty t…
Grab a mediocre coffee from the vending machine and make your way into the all-too-familiar world of the office worker.
Robert and Ted are shunters.
The pioneers of slapdash magic are back with another mishmash of magical mayhem! These award-winning idiots have become famous for their fast banter, tight chemistry, contagious en…
‘Tits in Space’ - are they idiots or are they boobs? A sketch show involving two idiots, some space, emails, death, plankton, voiceovers, and boob hats.
They’re pretty special.
"In theatre no-one can hear you scream" unless you head down to the Sweet Dukebox this Fringe to see One Woman Alien, billed as a one hour (standard Fringe fair) one woma…
The opening premise of Twilight Theatre’s Waiting for Curry, written and directed by Susanne Crosby, runs thus: Rob and his wife Chris have invited their friends Phil and Sue ove…
As the audience wandered into the Sweet Dukebox theatre for the start of Tales Michelle Madsen and Lizzy Margereson of BAIT were already standing by the seats, welcoming people war…
On paper – cartographical paper by preference – this is the sort of show that is the heart of fringe theatre.
The story of Antigone comes from three surviving plays written by Sophocles in the 5th century BC.
Miss Mckay is with child, having been artificially inseminated by the sperm of her wife’s best pal, and she’s very worried about the size of her baby’s head.
Having spent three months eating only peas, it comes as no surprise that the eponymous central character in Woyzeck appears in a state of both physical frailty and mental instabili…
"One morning, as Gregor Samsa was waking up from anxious dreams, he discovered that in bed he had been changed into a monstrous verminous bug": So begins Franz Kafka’s …
People of a certain age will remember Ted Rogers hosting the quiz show 3-2-1 on Saturday nights.
A grotesque, darkly comic Victorian story of obsessive love, murder, and confectionery.
It is a familiar setting: a small stage, a requisite black backdrop and a single chair.
How do you find yourself, when you find yourself where you don’t belong? Jonny Fluffypunk grew up in the far-flung, forgotten reaches of outer suburbia.
Sick of democracy? Well here’s the chance to vote it out! Poets Mark Grist and Tim Clare’s new show puts the power in the hands of the audience.
Flamboyant, political and riotously funny, Luke Wright creates inventive poems with loads of heart.
A new storytelling show about finding a pile of old copies of the Radio Times and piecing together someone’s life by the programmes they had circled.
After breaking new ground and touring the world with their multi award-winning ‘Richard III (A One Woman Show)’, Brite Theater are making Shakespeare even more immersive with this …
The village hall, church and school are focal points for rural life and afford a familiar, informal space in which local people can enjoy the arts.
In this witty, lyrical and unique spoken-word comedy show, Bryon Vincent turns a satirical eye to both his personal and our collective existential crises.
Poet Andrew James Brown loves pubs.
Join Lord Byron, the most notorious figure from literary history, for a stiff drink.
Patrick Sandford is engaging,
entertaining and certainly knows how to hold an audience.
How funny is
Non Violent Communication? Apparently, NVC is a way of talking which involves
getting your needs met, as well as the needs of others.
His conniving manager, Mr.
Following last year’s all-night session, Brighton begs for more!
A 12-hour marathon of unstoppable panel show mayhem - if the captains and host can last that long!
The exclusive and intimate event returns to Brighton after its 2013-16 sell-out Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe runs.
Polite, comedy-maverick Jim Holland in a funny show about shoes, shyness, and love, where Fred Astaire meets Metallica.
A story of optimism and resilience.
Escape the mundane and the everyday and see the world through the eyes of a magician.
How do fathers and sons communicate? Sports? Cars? The Jeremy Kyle show? For Aidan and his dad, it was films.
If you could ask a psychic a question what would it be?
Fresh off his sell-out international tour, and with sell-out runs in London’s West End, let ‘Psychic’ comedian Peter Ant…
This Brighton-based forum theatre company produce thought-provoking performances about social and political matters, using storytelling, discussion, and re-enactment.
A joyous and empowering hour of cabaret, burlesque, and labels that just don’t stick.
Doktor James is sick of living at home and not being taken seriously as a supervillain.
‘Late to the Party’ is an autobiographical romp on a mid-life diagnosis of ADHD and Dyslexia in two women.
“Bye!”, Kate (Laura Curnick) chirps as a disgruntled man with a beer leaves from the front row ten minutes into the set, a rather awkward start to Blocked, which is followed by…
A high-energy comedy reworking of classic game books such as ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ and ‘Find Your Fate’.
In this two-hander from the American creative team behind last year’s ‘Crazy Horse: A Dream of Thunder’, Lucy Turner, an ambitious young woman, begins displaying bizarre symptoms o…
Do you remember a time when we all SpokeEasy? A time before every movement, word and thought was watched? Before cameras in trees?
Come! Follow the signs for The Yellow Canary,…
Everyone has experienced the dreaded ‘bad day’ where nothing seems to work out.
In this tapestry of storytelling, poetry and monologues from the afterlife, Arachne the weaver spins tales of darkness, death and feminine mystique.
Sigmund and Christian meet, and slot together like puzzle pieces.
A bejazzled clunge? A muff, minge, vadge, landing strip or front bottom? Ah, it’s just too much fun delving in the dirty dictionary of lady slang but that’s probably enough for…
Notorious performer Hypnotique tells her personal story about the world’s first electronic instrument (from 1920s Russia) and it’s influence on music today – including Led Zepp…
Remember Brighton Fringe 2013? Music comedy duo Eccentronic tried to write the UK’s song for Eurovision by identifying what it means to be British, while musing on how we can co-…
With humour and sarcasm, a musician tells a story about his relationship with the Gadulka - an instrument often overlooked and unremarkable in its appearance.
The premise of Get Fit With Bruce Willis promises a fun-packed frivolous hour of disco, Jimmy Somerville songs, fitness and a Faustian pact with the devil but sadly fails to live u…
The Other Realm brings Lovecraft’s classic short story to the stage for the first time.
writer and director Sam Chittenden has done it again.
Following a sell-out performance of Katherine Chandler’s ‘Hood’ at the National’s Dorfman Theatre, Found in the Forest return with a new world premiere.
Out of the 29 years the amiable-natured Helena has been alive, 5 were spent in her birth country Slovakia and 24 in England.
New work from an exciting Irish theatre company.
She can save the human race.
A retelling of ten old tales, such as the story of Devil’s Dyke and why Rugby Union team Hartlepool Rovers are known as the Monkeyhangers, this hour long show invites the audienc…
Improvised shows are always an exciting
watch, no-one knows exactly what to expect.
Four friends, two couples, an elaborate secret history between them, and a lot of wine - what could possibly go wrong? With a strong script by Susanne Crosby (who also directs), an…
Whilst strong acting and a passionate script provided an exciting performance, there’s work to be done to see this show develop further.
Whilst it never quite delivers the climax you expect from a show with such a title, The Guide To Good Orgasms offers a certain charm that makes it impossible not to smile throughou…
Decked out in her Nevada-based caravan, it is initially
unclear in what direction Rosa Rita’s tale will take.
Is it possible to communicate with the dead?
Magicians Griffin and Jones intend to find out.
Prince Edward Island, Canada, 1883 - home to L.
“Cracking good songs in the style of Brecht, Bowie and Brel” (Irish Times) - Jody Trehy plays Brighton with a sublime international band as part of his 2016 tour.
How do the dying do their dying?
What is this end-of-life thing all about?
This show asks questions about dying, has no answers about living.
Jack stayed on when the guns fell silent, to search the battlefields for those that could never go home.
This character-driven play from Moving On Theatre had something for everyone.
Why have a single entendre when you can go for the double?! Drop in and out whenever you like for our 12 hour session, just make sure you pace yourself and don’t go off too early! …
Laurene Hope, who amazed as Piaf, is now ‘La Divina’ Callas - from unwanted child to opera Goddess and her obsession with Onassis.
is Trick of the Light’s enchanting fairy tale of a young apprentice
bookbinder’s encounter with an old woman and her mysterious book.
Detailing the many instances of one finding a metaphorical thorn in their side, Tom Jordan’s first came when he was five.
Canadian monologist John Arthur Sweet undertakes a comedic odyssey to medicine, psychotherapy and religion in search of answers about queer love, sexual awakening, and obsession.
Betty had a stroke.
Just the usual open mic night at the Iron Duke.
We’ve all been dumped.
Every Christmas, comedians Andy Thomas (‘Crimes Against Humanities Teachers’) and Sarah Charsley (‘Ghost Sex’) meet to mime a rant, then do it for real.
‘Necessity’ is a compelling new play by writer and director Paul Macauley, about our need to hold onto ideals and what we create in the world when our needs go unmet.
Based on the true story of Crookshank’s time in the R.
Set in a cafe, this helping from Octopus Soup Theatre initially provides nothing that an audience wouldn’t have seen before.
Inspired by a phrase from Virginia Woolf to describe dusk, Owl Time is a gentle production that provides political punch.
WANTED: Small minions to join Doktor James’ army of evil.
A cathartic and corrosively funny new play about a young professor who has shrouded herself in studies to numb the pain of grieving.
Stop the hotel from being flattened! Time to enter the now legendary Twonkeyverse! Malcolm Hardee Award Nominee for Comic Originality,
“He creates wonderlands of weird” **** (Kate…
2013-15 Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe sell-out! Twelve guests join Peter Antoniou for a shocking adventure into the world of spirit contact.
believe ‘youth is wasted on the young’, then just for a second imagine it was
lived by the not-so-young.
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