The true story of cabaret artist, Fanny Dent.
Time Out and Funny Women Awards nominee Celia Byrne in a joyful one-woman show that’s a unique blend of music, humour, and expressive dance.
“You must suffer me to go my own dark way.
Chanteuse and sommelier, Anna Lou, presents a wine tasting to remember.
There are 7 stages of grief: Shock, denial, guilt, anger, depression, reconstruction, & really bad haircuts.
I’m on my way.
Lucy just ran over a guy.
The brilliant Lava Elastic is the UK’s first openly neurodiverse comedy/performance/poetry night and has been running for over two years now.
Using the exact words spoken by both prominent figures and every day womxn, Words Without Consent tells two stories: an increasingly out of control debate and two gals getting read…
A combination of cataclysmic events results in the extinction of the human race, leaving behind an AI being programmed to recreate humanity when the time is right, with only the co…
Award-Winning company Girl Code Theatre bring their “powerful”, “engaging” and “thought-provoking” documentary to Brighton Fringe.
Love never stops, not even during Lockdown, but it gets so much harder.
Affectionate musical comedy on the world’s longest-serving monarch.
Join the pop star of the Proletariat, Des Kapital (winner of ‘Gulag’s Got Talent’, ‘The Ex-Soviet Republic Factor’ and ‘Strictly Commune Farming’) for a live, physica…
TV paranormal shows are misleading at best, fake at worst.
Millie is not like other girls.
Full-time idiot Jack Stark hasn’t written this show.
Good Grief tells the story of a family who are moving through the motions of grief and bereavement after the loss of their youngest son in an accident at Saltdean Lido.
The pioneers of slapdash magic are back with another mishmash of magical mayhem! Join them in a world where the jokes come thick and fast, anything is possible, and nothing is quit…
Is it possible to communicate with the dead? Griffin and Jones intend to find out.
Affectionate comedy on the world’s longest-serving monarch.
This hilarious comedy show endeavours to build a new utopia, in just one hour! Three of the South West’s best comedians will pull together to reinvent a greater society, but they…
Can a young astronaut and a fallen star save a former dancer who is fighting a bizarre illness and her bohemian roommate? Or will they be captured and tortured with no end in sight…
Ninety minutes of unstoppable panel show mayhem.
Everyone I mentioned this show to asked the same question: 'What’s a theremin?' I'd try and explain: 'it’s an instrument, the one you play by just waving your h…
Bear North is an intimate, folky concert led by a man wearing a giant furry grizzly mask on his head.
Rape, beheadings, burnings, and religious persecution run rife.
It is the year 2030 and our hero encounters a crack in the fabric of space and time.
A cabaret show that takes you from the salacious to the sublime.
We all have to work.
A unique and innovative performance combining the worlds of forensic investigation, psychological magic, and storytelling.
We’re in Sussex, somewhere on the Downs, in the 1800s.
A night exploring the grimy underbelly of a girls’ night out.
A fictitious talk show with a live audience, featuring a guest from the afterlife.
Inspired by ‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ and the podcast ‘My Dad Wrote a Porno’, ‘Sh*t Scripts: Bad Manors’ is a larger than real-life script written by Annie’s ex-boyfriend Zach whe…
Thom Bee and Andrew Marsh don’t know what to do now their 20s are over.
Inspired by real events and set during the 1800s, ‘Canvas & Rum’ is a maritime theatre piece sailing between the South Sea whalers and the historical Falmouth packet ships.
Jenny Rowe’s solo show Tiptree: No One Else’s Damn Secret But My Own is about a woman with many lives, who is best known for not being a man.
Lucky Dog are now quite a Brighton Fringe fixture, constantly presenting different Laurel & Hardy material every year.
Based on the classic 1956 short film by Albert Lamorisse, the award-winning Lucky Dog bring their brand new show to Brighton Fringe.
Inspired by William Shakespeare’s The Tempest, this remarkable piece of writing and performance tells the story of an island and its former inhabitants through the experience of …
Punny man Richard Pulsford hangs up his comic hat in tribute to the many that perished during The Great War.
In this new solo play, written and performed by Julia Knight, we meet Maddie North.
A combination of cataclysmic events results in the extinction of the human race, leaving behind an AI being programmed to recreate humanity when the time is right, with the complet…
Karl is a parasitic worm who spent a lot of time looking for his ideal habitat.
The son of a Saturday night favourite.
In this show of songs and character vignettes, Nigel Osner casts his perceptive and somewhat mischievous gaze over the poignance and ridiculousness of clinging to the illusion of y…
A funny, poignant and uplifting account of what cosmology, and those who study it, have to say about the more earthly matters of life and love.
A narrative sketch show set on a low-budget cruise ship.
In this alternative history show, four panellists each deliver a short set based around an event that happened on the same date as the show at some point in history.
A fresh adaptation of a classic text, ‘Ghosts’ deals with themes of transgressive relationships, corruption within the church, hypocrisy, and social responsibilities towards the po…
Join ‘Bad Aunts’ Maria, Jo, and Donna, three women on the wrong side of forty (or so they’re told), for their sitcom chat show, subverting the Saturday night staple.
Everyone had a favourite subject at school taught by their favourite teacher.
Annabelszki’s warming and funny performance allows an insight into the world of her lesbian love life.
Fraser Geesin and Matt Banks are back after their 2016 Brighton Fringe show.
90 minutes of unstoppable panel show mayhem.
An hour of maximum warp, work in progress, nonsense from a deeply troubled idiot.
A high-energy comedy reworking of classic game books such as ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ and ‘Find Your Fate’.
Two men enter a forest.
Balancing work life with a love life is a struggle, but what if your job is killing people?
A hitwoman is trying to reconcile these two aspects of her life.
Fraser hates writing blurbs.
What really goes on in our head? Is it true? What we believe to think? Is it beautiful? Is it confronting? And is it honest? What can you learn from your thoughts? They have more t…
Doktor James is sick of living at home and not being taken seriously as a super villain.
In his new show Nigel Osner casts a quizzical eye over life’s challenges for those, shall we say, just that little bit older.
Are Strings Attached? is a one-man show dedicated to eradicating the negative perception of graffiti, inspiring young people to follow their dreams and addressing the consequences …
Winner of ‘Best International Award’ at Amsterdam Fringe 2017, Bastiaan Vandendriessche tells a Lolita-like story - a monologue of a charming persona with improper, dark desires.
The Erebus Project has an interesting premise.
Mental health is a topic often uncomfortable or awkward to address directly, especially when tackling very personal experiences.
The Stealth Aspies Company - the world’s first performance collective entirely run by autistic adults.
The man they call ‘Daddy Fatsacks’ returns with the single greatest event, not just in comedy but in modern socio-political history.
“Why is it men do that, I wonder? Hold you like you’re some baby bird that might break, or fly away, I suppose.
Equity represents over 43,000 members across the industry.
If you work on a contract, issue a contract or want to do either, then come to this workshop and find out what should be included, what to look out for and how to avoid pitfalls an…
In days of yore, British people would know it was time to go to bed when the TV stopped showing programmes, and started showing still images of the programmes they were going to sh…
A new piece of devised work making its debut at this year’s Brighton Fringe.
Two word texts, a cat with no name, blood where it shouldn’t be and a fashion show to die for.
A one-hour solo show about the history of LGBTQ+ language, written and performed by Cerys Bradley.
Tax can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be.
Are you hoping to grow and develop your performing arts company? Join Jackie Elliman, Legal & Industrial Relations Manager of the Independent Theatre Council, for an overview of th…
After the 2016 Argus Award-winning ‘And the Rope Still Tugging Her Feet’, Caroline Burns Cooke returns with Munchausen, murder and living by proxy.
Joseph J Clark is a poet on a mission.
The story of me; a misfit, growing up in the north west of England in the 1980s.
Come on a journey back in time as Mr D regales you with fabulous tales of ghosts, monsters, the Devil, and more.
A new writing comedy exploring what happens when the ‘mad’ women of Shakespeare find themselves dead, together, and angry.
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 …
This award-nominated show is a bizarre, madcap, interactive sketch show starring you: the audience.
Explosive Eddie’s looking for one lucky new flatmate.
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