25 years on from the release of The Seahorses’ seminal album Do It Yourself, vocalist Chris Helme will revisit the iconic record with a series of one-off acoustic performances ac…
The brand-new stand-up show from the star of The Tez O’Clock Show (Channel 4), TEZ Talks (BBC Radio 4) and the multi-award-winning Man Like Mobeen (BBC Three).
Weaving together Nietzsche’s sunglasses, James Bond in Toxteth, electric spiders and singing neanderthals into a hilarious tour-de-force that offers new hopes for a changing worl…
Emily Atack is back with a brand-spanking new show.
To coincide with its publication, we invite you to join comedian and podcast host Adam Buxton as he talks about and reads from his upcoming new book.
Jason’s Audience Precipitation will be a laugh out loud, must-see show, with a light drizzle of audience participation… oooh, clever that.
As part of her worldwide tour, Stacey returns to the UK with her 5-piece band for a very select number of 2020 dates.
Come and join multi-instrumentalists Wes Banderson for a musical tribute to one of the most unique and idiosyncratic directors of our generation.
A 10-piece collective of outstanding musicians interpreting the music of one of the greatest songwriters of our time, Bird on the Wire has already received rave reviews and will be…
BAFTA-nominated comedian, Rachel Parris, is back with a brand-new show about big life changes.
Mark uses his trademark style of storytelling, stand-up, subversion and really, really well-researched material to try and find out how the hell we ended up in the middle of this s…
Focusing on the work and lives of older women - both in front and behind the camera - this year’s line-up includes Japanese animation Mix, eco-comedy The Last Mermaid starring Jane…
New from French filmmaker Céline Sciamma, director of Water Lilies, Tomboy and Girlhood, comes this elegant and enigmatic historical romance, fresh from winning both the Queer Pal…
An outstanding, quietly feminist comedy set in a Hooters-style US bar, which screened to acclaim as one of the hidden cinematic gems of 2019.
In a dayglo-coloured, bizarro version of suburbia where adults wear braces on their already-perfect teeth and children magically turn into golden retrievers, soccer moms and best f…
His 16th show is turning out to be his best yet.
Jonathan Pie returns to the road to warm-up ahead of his Fake News tour 2020. He’ll be berating the people in power - and the journalists apparently holding them to account.
Ceyda Tanc Dance explores human experiences of displacement, drawing on the strength and resilience of those searching for belonging in a new community.
A show by poet and theatre maker Cecilia Knapp supported by the Arts Council.
Following on from his critically acclaimed shows about talking, hair, sleep, water, faces, the sky and the colour yellow, “the Fringe’s comedian laureate” (British Comedy Guide…
Multi-award-winning comedian Kiri Pritchard-McLean (Have I Got News for You, Live at the Apollo, 8 out of 10 Cats, Frankie Boyle’s New World Order) is back with her fourth full-len…
It’s embarrassing recalling your teenager years, isn’t it? Awkward crushes, cringe-worthy fashion choices and dramatic mood swings; most of us are very happy to leave those yea…
If you go down to the woods today, you’re in for a BIG surprise.
If you want to be a ‘successful independent woman person’ you better have something you want to say and you better be wearing a Serious Black Jumper™.
British filmmaker Mark Jenkin’s first full-length feature Bait has been critically lauded since its 2019 release.
Fresh from a slot on James Corden’s Late Late Show, Lou Sanders breezes into Brighton to blow away the grubby taint of the coronavirus—and your dad.
Multi award-winning comedian Simon Munnery reprises his notorious alter ego, the bedsit anarchist Alan Parker Urban Warrior.
Ute tells us Marlene’s story, along with singing her fabulous songs from all the chapters of her life, from the Berlin cabaret years to her fabulous Burt Bacharach collaborations…
We’re kicking off this year’s Reigning Women with a huge night of live music.
Award-winning war photographer and filmmaker Seamus Murphy explores the creative inspiration behind PJ Harvey’s ninth studio album in A Dog Called Money, an arresting collage-sty…
Martin Scorsese and The Rolling Stones come together in this concert film created in the same vein and awe of Scorsese’s previous music documentaries The Last Waltz and No Direct…
From the producers of Searching For Sugar Man and Whitney: Can I Be Me comes this intimate new documentary into the heart and soul of the internationally renowned and enigmatic fro…
We’ve reached the end of the decade and entered the ‘20s again.
Watching A Little Space made me think of Marmite.
Mock The Week regular and star of his own BBC Radio 4 series, Rhys James heads out on his first national tour.
A bold and explosive vampiric debut from Polish director Agnieszka Smoczyńska, The Lure is a genre-defying horror-musical hybrid that provides a fresh take on Hans Christian Ander…
Billed as a Halloween cabaret extravaganza, The Haunted Ballroom was a loose mix of disco style party and cabaret acts from renowned London based performers Black Cat Cabaret, who …
After 23 consecutive years Jason Byrne is wrecked but he is as ever ready (which is a battery, but he’s more Duracell than Eveready).
Part show, part TED Talk and part party, Youthquake takes you on an exhilarating journey through the hidden lives of Teen Britain and asks what it actually means to change the worl…
Resurrected from the ashes, come and witness the two time Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee and International Treasure in Waiting shaking his ass, singing songs and righting wrongs.
Love is more than just a game for two.
The latest from the unique imagination of Peter Strickland (The Duke of Burgundy and Berberian Sound Studio), In Fabric is a typically distinctive and haunting tale that blends Gia…
After a sellout national tour, Ed Gamble’s tour has been extended to include this eagerly anticipated appearance at TOM.
From The Ellen Degeneres Show, The Paul O’Grady Show and ITV’s The Imitation Game, the girl with a thousand voices returns to the UK with a brand new show.
Everyone hates bastards right? We agree.
A few years ago, James’ best friends asked for his sperm - to start a family.
Set to an eclectic and electrifying 1990s rave soundtrack, Beats is a bittersweet coming-of-age story from Scottish director Brian Welsh (In Our Name), executive produced by Steven…
Released to great acclaim earlier in the year, Jellyfish is the strikingly wonderful and heartfelt debut from director James Gardner, which boasts an astonishingly great starring t…
Geoff Norcott is a working class comedian with an (oven) chip on his shoulder.
Comedian and impressionist Jon Culshaw and legendary comedy producer Bill Dare (Dead Ringers) come to TOM for the first time following their sell-out tour last year.
Ten years since they burst onto the scene with their wildly popular brand of musical infotainment, Frisky & Mannish are officially Pop PhDs, fully qualified to conduct scientific a…
The unmissable, Fringe First award-winning show from Kieran Hurley and Gary McNair, featuring an original soundtrack by members of Frightened Rabbit.
It seems like a few years now that people have been saying virtual reality is the future of theatre.
Join BBC broadcaster Cerys Matthews, as she takes us around the world, celebrating her love of food and music.
Smoove and Turrell bring their Solid Brass tour to Brighton for a reprise performance as headliner at The Jalapeno Bop.
A top surgeon is accused of a serious crime.
Record-Breaking Dance Artist Tim Casson and BAFTA award-winning Digital Artist Seb Lee-Delisle, present their first collaboration, Choreocracy.
One of the biggest showcases of immersive tech in the UK.
Winner of Best Screenplay at last year’s Cannes Film Festival, Italian writer-director Alice Rohrwacher’s Happy as Lazzaro is a beguiling and luminous magic-realist fable which…
A sensorial and immersive trip into a teen’s psyche, Madeline’s Madeline boldly dissects mental health, racial tensions, and the vampiric relationship between identity and perf…
Inspired by Ugandan author Monica Arac de Nyeko’s 2007 Caine Prize-winning short story Jambula Tree, Wanuri Kahiu’s acclaimed Rafiki (‘friend’ in Swahili) is a tender love …
Starting out as the band behind Ian Dury, the Blockheads are a legendary outfit.
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Barely Methodical Troupe defy definition; their circus skills, acrobatics, dance and highly physical theatre are astounding and take them beyond categorisation.
‘Imago’ is a tragicomic physical theatre piece with a simplicity that focuses on the actors specific skills and personalities.
‘2100: A Space Novelty’ makes full use of physical comedy that goes beyond any regular comedy show and takes audiences on an epic space adventure leaving them wanting a sequel! Wit…
Dömur og herra, Ladies and a Gentleman, is a burlesque group with its base in Kramhúsið Dance Studio in Reykjavik where they studied Burlesque with the mother of the Icelandic C…
Laterland is a physical performance created specifically for every site and occasion, inviting participants to collaborate.
[Daddy Issues = a derogatory term used to describe the behaviour of young women who are attracted to and / or have sexual relationships with older men.
A dancer dances, while another explains.
All you need is love.
Through her own brilliant interpretive vocal talents, Sarah Jane will be illuminating the work of John Martyn in her new show Sweet Little Mystery, accompanied by her regular colla…
After diving into the world of romance and heartbreak in critically acclaimed multi-award winning May-We-Go-Round?, Cristina and Chess explore what it means to be a young woman in …
Chess and Cristina are The Hiccup Project, a comedic dance-theatre company.
Using their powerful blend of comedy, energetic dance and theatre, they imagine a world where women can be, and do, whatever they want, breaking free of the boxes and letting go of…
Rob Auton is described as many things in addition to being a stand-up comedian – a philosopher, thinker, poet, surrealist.
OOPS is a movement to be different, to stand up and make bold choices.
Viral sensation Rachel Parris, star of BBC’s The Mash Report, presents a comedy show packed with stand-up, song, sketch, and inevitably a sideways swipe at society.
Plays, and other kinds of performance, may have many functions, but stand-up comedy has only one.
Remember PE Kit.
Winner of Brighton Fringe’s Best New Play Award 2018 and The Infallibles Award for Theatrical Excellence, Passionate Machine is a hilarious and searingly honest story about obses…
Kiri is back with her latest and greatest show to date, Victim Complex. Make sure you catch this unique, insightful, and utterly hilarious rising star of stand-up!
Kiri is back with her latest and greatest show to date,Victim, Complex.
The political state of the world may be a grave cause for concern to most, but comedian Ahir Shah has endeavoured to find the humourous side of it all in his latest stand-up tour, …
Jessie Cave walks on to the stage as if by accident, blinking behind large spectacles covering half a face framed by long plaited pigtails.
Mark Thomas is 54, the NHS is 70, UK national average life expectancy is 84.
Dating again after a complex break up, Jessie is trying to get her personal life in order - before her kids wake up.
The first of Koko Brown’s colour trilogy, White is an intimate portrait of growing up mixed race in the 90s and 00s.
Back by popular demand, this is your chance to join the sonic superhero that is Shlomo.
A show about identity, being a mixed-race black woman and always feeling like an outsider.
Performed in a unique dome structure, The Lost Things is about losing things and finding things you didn’t even know you were looking for.
A boy falls and finds himself in a dark and terrifying new world.
This Valentine’s weekend, join us for an intimate evening of five star variety from London’s cabaret trailblazers and winners of Best Production at the London Cabaret Awards.
Directed and written by Suzanne Andrade with film, design and animation by Paul Barritt, The Animals and Children Took to the Street arrives at The Old Market theatre in Brighton.
“Me, you and the old guitar,How perfectly, perfectly happy we are.
The packed audience at The Old Market leant in expectantly towards an ordinary looking closed shipping container dominating the stage, oblivious to the surprises enclosed inside.
I’ve been to more than my fair share of post-show Q&As.
UK premiere of the Finnish international musical-comedy hit, combining opera, pin-sharp musical variety and stomach-crampingly funny physical comedy, directed by Spymonkey’s Toby…
The whip was the first human invention that broke the ‘Sound Barrier’.
‘Dark Side of the Mime’ explores the grotesque like nothing else.
Relationships are subject of Kate and Pasi’s superbly skilled acrobatic show.
Dance performance ‘Blackpool’ takes the audience on a journey to the tough world of competitive ballroom dancing and reveals the rugged everyday life to be found behind the glamour…
Oh look, Sh!t Theatre are back.
The Brighton Beach Boys perform The Beatles ‘White Album’.
With the release of ‘Compared to What’, Sarah Jane Morris teams up with the guitar artistry of world-renowned Antonio Forcione, producing a compelling, unique and haunting album.
15 years at Brighton Fringe!
MJ Paranzino’s choirs will be performing the ‘Best of the Best’ from the last 15 years at Brighton Fringe; from new choral music as well as jazz,…
Award winning, internationally developed movement piece.
The STAC @ Northbrook
Showcase featured 14 Musical Theatre Degree students, advertising their many
performance talents in just over an hour of song and dance.
‘Spiral down the stairs to the world of the inventor.
Nominated: Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award, 2015.
Bosnian-Dutch artist Igor Vrebac draws inspiration from Instagram after-workout selfies, Turkish wrestling and the idea of bromance in his new physical performance ‘Macho Macho’ to…
‘Where are we going Admiral Ox?’ asks the starry eyed, young space farmer who is really the secret son of an evil galactic overlord with special powers.
With a coffin full of sympathy snacks, Jack Rooke and his 85-year-old Nan, Sicely, invite you to the happiest town in Britain, where Dad’s dead and the only thing to eat is lasag…
A stand-up show for children over 6, their parents and anyone who likes comedy without the rude words.
Verdi’s operatic adaptation of Shakespeare’s Othello is brought to us by Kent Opera.
“Britain’s greatest living anti- comedian” (The Guardian) wades headlong into the thorny issue of foreign policy.
Sleeping Trees return to lovingly destroy yet another film genre.
After watching all three ‘Godfather’ films, James has decided to leave Sleeping Trees and become a real life Sicilian gangster.
“My musical discovery of 2016” (Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6 Music).
Set in postwar Britain where one of the only distractions from recovery and rationing is the hope brought by the upcoming wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip, this perf…
There is going to be a lot of trouble for everyone when the Swan Liberation Army finally achieve emancipation and turn the United Kingdom into an totalitarian Swan state.
US Soul vocalist Avery*Sunshine is, without a doubt, one of the most dynamic voices on the creative music scene, known for her invigorating live performances and compelling, reveal…
Ceyda Tanc Dance is a contemporary dance company led by Artistic Director and Choreographer, Ceyda Tanc.
“A machine gun of visual joy” (SeeingDance)
This dark, ribald, physical commentary is created and performed by Liz Aggiss, a “maverick, anarchic, indomitable and fearless p…
Join us for a pigment-drenched journey.
“This parable of limiting life down to human usefulness is as beautiful as it is bleak” (Exeunt).
Did you know that every sound has a colour? What are your true colours? And what happens when all those colours blend together in a choir?
Come and discover an amazing choral rain…
Jam Tarts has enjoyed a string of successful shows in 2015 and 2016, including festival appearances and a critically-acclaimed collaboration with Cuban ballet star Carlos Acosta.
“Strange face, with your eyes So pale and sincere.
A Steampunk fandazzle eruption.
From the creators of ‘Three Excellent Little Pigs’ and ‘Gorrid the Horrid’ comes another spell-binding musical puppet show.
For children over 6, their parents and anyone who likes comedy without the rude words.
This award-winning theatre company returns with its hilarious, heart-warming adaptation of the Beatrix Potter tale of a poor tailor, who falls foul of his cat when he rescues the m…
What an incredible performance.
The multi-award-winning, critically acclaimed total-sell-out returns.
The award-winning company and jazz fusion trio, The Physics House Band, return to unleash their fast-paced physical comedy on Sci-fi movies, complete with two rip-roaring live scor…
The award-winning company and jazz fusion trio, The Physics House Band, return to unleash their fast-paced physical comedy on Wild Western movies, complete with two rip-roaring liv…
Set in the year 2039, this is a world that man has destroyed.
Set when the UK garage scene was at the height of its glory, With a Little Bit of Luck introduces us to 19 year-old Nadia, about to experience her ‘summer of love’ in 2001 and …
If like me you whiled away many a Saturday
stopping your dog’s tail from slightly moving your carefully balanced lead from
your cassette player to your Spectrum ZX81, keeping e…
Luke Wright delivers a multi-award-winning hurricane of a performance.
A tour-de-force of physical heroics, wittily exploring male companionship and its limits.
We all know the refuge that music and singing can bring.
There’s a storm.
Local thespians in Brighton may be familiar with the Academy
of Creative Training (ACT), which strives to offer instruction to the ordinary
individual who dreams of a life on the…
There have been a lot of Simon Munneries over the years.
Brightness infuses the evening from the off in 1927’s theatrical delight, Golem.
Sunday Night: Nerd Night! Two geek/comedy shows for the price of one:  Festival of the spoken nerd: Just for graphs.
After the gargantuan battle of Brighton’s finest at the 12th Annual Poets v MCs, Brighton takes on the best that the Mother City has to offer.
Huff, puff and puppets! Start-Blooming are firm ‘family-show favourites’ in and around Brighton.
Inspired by the life of Nina Simone, Apphia Campbell’s hit one-woman show follows jazz musician and civil rights activist Mena Bordeaux as she undergoes a three day period of spiri…
For children over six, their parents and anyone who likes comedy without the rude words.
Marlene Dietrich: the sex goddess who never grew old.
Returning to Brighton with another rip-roaring line-up! Featuring raucous, risqué and hairy boylesque from Dave the Bear; flirtatious striptease from pin-up Jeanie Wishes; plus hi…
When Alan discovers a mysterious young woman lying amongst the seals, their lives become irreversibly entwined.
“Top notch comedy night” **** (Latest 7) Laughtermarket is back for 2015 with another stonking night of headline acts and rising stars from the local scene.
Vocalist Jarrod Lawson is as smooth as you can get and then some.
For twelve years, MJ Paranzino, composer and director has commissioned New Choral Music for Brighton Fringe.
A mass of pink and red strode onto the stage.
As the audience enter Ernest is sitting and watching the girl of his dreams, which he does every night.
A celebration of children and young people in the Performing Arts featuring theatre, literature, music and movement.
Down on his luck, Will is forced to move back in with his uncouth twin, Igor, who spends all day plugged into his games console, mumbling to himself and eating cold baked-beans.
Imagine you’re a sausage.
He survived Stephen Lawrence’s killers.
2009’s sell-out returns for two nights only! Live music, inventive design and physical storytelling combine in a thrilling and terrifying experience.
Cape Theatre will perform ‘Flush’, an interactive, site specific performance set in the women’s toilets, literally.
Meet Chloe, 21.
The true story of how Victoria became a beauty queen after becoming inspired by the struggles of her bassett hound (Major Tom), a star of the amateur dog show circuit.
‘Best Music show’ nominee Adelaide 2013.
Have you ever wanted to play God? The New Ten Commandments is probably the closest you’ll ever get.
Directed by MJ Paranzino.
‘I had changed as a person since entering the beauty pageant.
Kids’ comedy is harder than you’d think.
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