Still got an itching problem? For the third year running, join drag-ony aunt Gloria Hole and a panel of top comedians for another year of solving your pressing concerns.
When you’re used to holding the whip hand, Death can be an unwelcome distraction.
‘Making a Murderer’ meets ‘Rosemary’s Baby’.
Des (winner Gulag’s Got Talent, Ex-Soviet Republic Factor, No Voice, Strictly Pooling, Dancing on Siberian Ice) story-sings the history of world Communism (Korea, Vietnam, Cuba, …
Michael and Ana have had no communication for six months.
Are your parents annoying you? School getting you down? Is your sister a pain? Come see your drag-ony aunt Gloria and let her and some super funny comedians solve all your proble…
It’s the mid-1970s, Alan Mullery is the new manager of Brighton & Hove Albion after another failed promotion attempt.
William Desmond has always considered himself ‘The Golden Child’.
An interesting addition to the Fringe schedule, The Hunters of Ghost Hall's paranormal premise, pitch-black stage and eerie soundtrack seems to lend itself more to a Halloween …
Three times winner at Brighton Fringe 2016, ‘GROOMED’ is rebooted and back.
EUAN is the kind of audacious, absurdist production which you have to approach with an open-mind; yes, it’s weird and confusing and never fully explains itself, but it’s also r…
You were sort of friends when you were young, and then sometime in the 90s, you’re both at Uni and you bond over your love of ‘The West Wing’, walking and talking your way down l…
British comedy’s premiere and only homage to ITV’s ‘Nightscreen’ returns to Brighton.
In Fringe theatre, no one can hear you scream: one hour, one woman, one cult movie! The sell-out Edinburgh Fringe show returns to Brighton, celebrating 40 years of the horror cla…
An intimate and enlightening show exploring autism in a light-hearted and truthful way, combining verbatim testimonies with original poetry.
Rachel has lost her hero.
In a fish-out-of-water comedy of errors, Hopwood DePree tells the true story of how he gave up Tinseltown to save his 600-year-old British ancestral pile.
Is pole dancing supposed to be strong or sexy? Join Gemini Studio in a charming, ridiculous, acrobatic soul-search into whether we should be strutting in heels or flexing those gun…
Re-mystifying the most misunderstood phenomena of a woman’s body by telling the true tales about our blood.
Explore the misadventure of Kate and Robin, two dim-witted chums, as they try to put up with their noisy neighbour.
Michael McEvoys’s tight re-telling of the story of the fierce young heroine Antigone weaves together all three of Sophocles’s Theban plays into an intimate and impactful solo p…
The 2018 Scotsman Fringe First Award-winning play written and performed by John McCann and directed by Erasmus Mackenna.
For decades, science has been fascinated by the LGBTQ+ community.
Back-to-back performances of two of Alan Ayckbourn’s shortest plays.
One of Ayckbourn’s newest plays, only previously performed in Scarborough.
A workshop which re-investigates the status and function of “documentation” responding to the urgent post-truth era in documentary theatre formats.
How does rural touring work? How can you take part? Gain insights on the benefits and opportunities in professional rural touring.
Where do monsters come from? Do they exist only in stories, or do they live amongst us, watching, waiting? ‘Black Peter’ is a retelling of the Bavarian tale of the Krampus.
An intimate and charming performance taking us back to the conflict in the Indian province of Punjab.
World Premiere - Funny, moving, thought-provoking, contemporary re-imagining of Shakespeare’s famous soliloquy - but from Mam’s point of view! Laugh-out-loud funny one minute…
Brighton’s rude and raucous female comedy troupe returns to the Fringe! With songs, sketches and wry musings on the female experience, their original and bold material takes you …
The world’s only motivational mind-reader returns to Brighton Fringe, but this year, it’s momentous! Dangerous stunts and death-defying spectacles performed for your entertainment,…
What happens when a forty something single woman rediscovers her childhood crush on an 80s pop icon? A liberation from pissed-off boredom and an awakening of sexual fantasies.
With Marc Almond as your spiritual guide, what could possibly go wrong? From the team that brought you ‘Get Fit With Bruce Willis’, ‘Painted Love’ follows a washed up singer-songw…
Kate Stokes and Claudia Summers have their finger on the pulse with this delightful double bill of comedy plays, interspersed with a few shorter sketches.
Fringe theatre can be some of the most exciting and rewarding work out there, but all too often it’s unpaid and can price ordinary people out of the industry.
Benjamin and Shiva have lived in a refugee camp for two years whilst they work towards completing their citizenship applications.
How can we enhance the impact of a theatre play with live music? An interactive workshop where participants are welcome to bring their own compositions to play or improvise.
A playful and dynamic workshop that starts by provoking a memory from your life.
With a plotline exploring important topics like same-sex parenting, surrogacy and genetic history I had high hopes for Passing On.
A stunningly simple yet immersing and thoughtful performance, My Father Held a Gun attempts to answer the question: Why do men go to war?Storytelling duo Israeli Raphael Rodan and …
Queen Margaret of Anjou is back from the dead and she is angry.
Leyla Josephine is hopeless.
Laying your hands on a cult classic is a daunting task, especially when you are dealing with HP Lovecraft’s much loved gothic fiction.
From our first dates, sexual frustration, sexual tension, Tinder, insecurities, boredom, to marriage.
This isn’t the gentle comedy romp through the Lord of the Rings that many may believe from the title.
Britain is on the brink of nuclear war - how would you spend what might be your last afternoon on Earth? Somewhere in middle-class suburbia, a small group has decided to press on …
The award-winning Lucky Dog have been playing their successful biopic ‘Hats Off to Laurel & Hardy’ since 2013.
This Brighton-based forum theatre company produce thought-provoking performances using storytelling, discussion and re-enactment.
"Make a fist with your hand and place it roughly where you think your heart should be," Cole Moreton instructs us at the start of his set, The Boy Who Gave His Heart Away…
If you missed Steve’s Fringe debut ‘Sit Down Stand Up’ last year, you now have the opportunity of missing this brand new show as well! Tales of a life well-lived with possibl…
Sweet Werks' studio is a well-suited venue for The Start of Something.
Fast-paced, club-style stand-up comedy, featuring four of the best new stand-up talents from the South East.
'I’m frightened', my proudly-feminist husband says while reading a Google-searched summary of Just Don’t Do It as we sit waiting for the start of the show.
SESKA performs incredibly silly magic tricks, repeats them again but with a crazy added difference.
Dave Benson Phillips used to be on children’s TV all the time.
The well-known children’s entertainer and TV presenter Dave Benson Phillips (‘Playdays’, ‘Playhouse Disney’, ‘Fun Song Factory’, ‘Boj!’) performs popular children’s songs on his …
When Camille transfers to London, she finds herself following a well-travelled road.
With flailing arms, grotesque faces, and a lot of sweat, Dutch performer Marius Mensink attempts to exorcise the Rolling Stones’ front man out of his own body.
This is how your night at the Fringe ends: not with a whimper, but a bang! Join the hottest up-and-coming acts from all across Brighton Fringe for our late night revue.
One of a series of seven one-night-stands of experimental theatre, How Disabled Are You? is curated by theatre co-operative Spun Glass Theatre under the heading of The Spark Factor…
Three-time winner at Brighton Fringe 2016, ‘GROOMED’ is back, but for one night only.