In early 1980 the Swiss artists Fischli & Weiss started thinking about categories for possible sculptures: history, culture, sports, entertainment, science, personal memories, and …
It’s systematic, it’s hydromatic… Why it’s Grease lightin’. Back at the Courtroom for another spin. T-Bird, Pink Ladies and Beauty School Dropouts all welcome.
Award-winning performance from Amsterdam Fringe 2018.
Come have the the time of your life, with the cult-dance musical of the 80’s. Our very own Steph will get you in the mood before the screening.
Be our guest at our Beauty-and-the-Beast sing-a-long. Free sweets for everyone in fancy dress.
The name of the game is, Mamma Mia 2… Here we go again! Calling all Super Troupers, Dancing Queens and Fernados. Join us for the second instalment of the smash hit film.
Magic as equally stunning as the skill is completely hidden.
Neil Gore brings this witty, humorous and absorbing classic book to life in his one-man Magic Lantern show.
A queer fairytale with all the Disney drag you could imagine, Miss Disney’s Dreams That Glitter is a story of believing in yourself, being true to who you are, and striving to make…
Calling all dancing queens! Come and sing-a-long to the original smash hit film!
In this workshop we will use the basic technique of puppetry and combine that with acting and dancing.
In a galaxy far, far away.
“Growing up gay, as a teenager, just when everyone else is becoming involved with the opposite sex, you’re alone in having to hide your feelings.
Roll up, roll up, to the greatest show on earth! Sing-a-long with all your favourite songs, fancy dress encouraged.
Join us in the Victorian setting of Brighton’s Old Courtroom for a special screening of this classic film.
There is a bit of a buzz around BOY.
‘Cissie and Ada’, the immortal comic characters created by the late great Les Dawson, aided and abetted by Roy Barraclough come, for the first time, to Brighton Fringe in this hila…
Join us in our big-screen theatre for a screening of Disney’s popular ‘Moana’.
Blue seas, clear sands and a shop overlooking the bay.
Caspar returns to Brighton to perform more new and classic (invented by some of the greatest magicians of the last 120 years) stand-up, interactive, before your very eyes sleight o…
Catch-up with Beatrice, Betty, Rue and Estelle as you’ve never seen them before, in the highlights of the iconic 80s sitcom The Golden Girls.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe attracts media and arts professionals from all over the globe.
Honey is an intimate story that intricately weaves together the lives of a young man with autism, his mother, her tattoo artist sister, and those that want to love them.
Come and sing your heart out in this special viewing of the classic film, ‘Grease!’ Join our guest host, Stephanie von Glitz, in the unique setting of Brighton’s Old Courtroom, as …
Resound are The ‘Soundtrek’ boys and this year they are on tour.
Monday 23rd August 1976.
“Dutch Season Stand-out Show” (The Argus)
A solo-duet created and performed by Flying Solo and Amsterdam Fringe award-winner Ester Natzijl.
Did you know that you share 50% DNA with the humble banana? Unicorns do exist (well, kind of) in the shape of the narwhal and that the Portuguese man o’ war is not one creature but…
An original musical about school bullying with only children in the cast might not seem a first choice for top Fringe viewing, but it absolutely is.
Don’t miss a unique opportunity to see a screening of this cult classic in the Victorian surroundings of Brighton’s Old Courtroom.
Passionate and unconventional, Isadora Duncan revolutionised the dance world and is known as “the mother of modern dance”.
Rocky Horror, a timeless cult classic.
Two centuries ago the showman, scientist and charlatan ‘Doctor’ ‘Professor’ ‘Colonel’ Gustavus Katterfelto, claimed inventor of the ‘solar’ microscope and the aerostat was renowned…
Funny. Political. Ends with a hanging.
One-woman cabaret mix of the comic and the surreal, the poignant and the very dark.
A song about science for every letter of the alphabet.
Kick start your summer with Dev’s fast and easy healthy recipes. Cooking workshop to taste and try out delicious dishes with a difference.
Welcome to the most fascinating compilation of 2017.
Come and sing your heart out in this special viewing of the west-end hit turn
film. Greek style mezze included in the ticket price. Prizes for fancy
dress. Rating PG.
Lets do the Time Warp again! Join in with this cult classic in our big screen auditorium and don’t forget the rice and newspapers. Fishnets at the ready…
“Elisabeth left me a note in her coat - I met her shortly after her death.
After Muofhe’s thriving musical career in her region in the northern province of Venda in south Africa, she has decided it’s time to introduce her African rhythms to the rest of …
Come and sing along to this Disney blockbuster at our big screen, child-friendly auditorium in the heart of Brighton.
Following successful runs at Brighton Fringe and Edinburgh Fringe 2015 and 2016, Caspar returns to Brighton to perform more close-up, interactive, before-your-very-eyes sleight of …
This play takes a fresh look at Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet from the Nurse’s point of view, and how she became Juliet’s nurse.
Resound is a group of 18 male voices.
Pianist, rapper and producer Mrisi has performed at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games and all over the UK, supporting the likes of Omar, Prince Fatty and Rizzle Kicks.
Join award-winning Caribbean-British poet John Agard in this quirky re-visioning of the notorious New World Enterprise of Christopher Columbus, on a voyage in verse performed again…
If you have known Christopher Robin, Winnie the Pooh, Piglet and all their forest friends, David Benedictus, who wrote the only officially sanctioned sequel to A.
Gavin Henderson regales first hand hilarious stories of the many conductors he has worked with: Stokowski, Otto Klemperer, Giulini, Svetlanov, Barbirolli, Sargent
and Rattle among…
David Benedictus sipped champagne at 2am while sitting on Joanna Lumley’s bed.
Poet Charles Antony is well known in Sussex for his performances which bring his poetic stories to life.
The Victorian Music Hall, vulgar, jingoistic, patriotic, slightly naughty to downright rude, with a mix of songs still sung and loved today.
A special screening of the 1971 Kubrick classic, A Clockwork Orange.
Swingerella, goddess of fabulousness, used to be Cinderella - until her prince charming got her self-harming.
Come and hear the personal story of an ordinary Englishman, a Lancashire lad who went to war with a swing in his step.
The Way We Heal is a play about a process of self realization and African spiritualism.
Using music, rhythms and fun as our trademark, performers will guide each member of a team to participate to their full musical potential, inspiring and motivating the group to wor…
A unique and memorable musical experience, bringing a seamless link between classical, pop, folk and film music.
Swithin Fry dramatically tells the story of his visit to a draughty Death Row cell block in Ohio to meet inmate A328139, his penpal Tim Coleman; and how that meeting led him to unc…
(Jerry Sadowitz) “Caspar’s sleight of hand and mentalism is of a standard rarely seen anywhere, and never attempted by the current generation of magicians. Phenomenal!”
Gentleman juggler and unwitting clown Tim Bat performs his impressive repertoire of amazing tricks with aplomb.
Since 2007, award-winning a cappella sensation In the Smoke has been bringing the cream of London’s vocal talent to audiences across the UK.
A hardhitting, powerful, entertaining drama about the 1972 National Builders’ Strike and the trial of the Shrewsbury Pickets.
A rock opera set in Death’s waiting room.
Africa Entsha’s performance style comes from the South African a capella gospel tradition.
A co-hosted event between the Institute of Development Studies and Pathways of Women’s Empowerment (an international research and communications programme), What if Women Ruled t…
A recital of favourites of the ‘Palm Court Era’ performed by Aspidistra, praised for its lively interpretation of the music that so delighted our (great) grandparents.
Don’t let the title put you off.
3 Actors… One hour… Denmark will never be the same… The tragedy of Hamlet as you have never seen it before.
This production of Hamlet is greatly abridged in order to fit Shakespeares longest play into a seventy-five minute slot.
The most striking thing about the (almost-entirely) one-man show Relativitively Speaking is that apparently the German accent is still supposed to be funny.
Join the genius behind the übercoolest moustache in science for a joke and song-filled lecture like none you’ve ever seen.
An engaging, acrobatic and thought-provoking show exploring our relationships with our neighbours; it revolves around the lives of four people, brought together by where they live.
This is one of the oddest true stories you will ever hear.
A fast, funny and exciting show for children of all ages.
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Gentleman Juggler Tim Bat clowns his whimsical way through an impressive repertoire of amazing tricks, with aplomb.
Produced and presented casually with a simple setting, this agitprop community play about fishing laws is one of the first times I’ve heard a coherent argument against EU legisla…
Gangland London 1961: “King” Duncan’s attempt to expand his influence by buying The Cawdor Arms has ended in near-disaster.
Bonny Boys are Few is a multimedia storytelling performance of wonderful depth and colour.
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