Artificial Intelligence Improvisation

Artificial Intelligence Improvisation

Award-winning theatre troupe Improbotics presents Artificial Intelligence Improvisation, a tech-infused improv and science comedy show. 

Richard Filby: Slick Tricks & Dry Wit

Richard Filby: Slick Tricks & Dry Wit

The newest show from Richard Filby promises to be his best work to date. 

Richard Pulsford: A Bit More Rich

Richard Pulsford: A Bit More Rich

One-liners and light-hearted jokes from the ‘master of wordplay. 

The Little Prince

The Little Prince

The Little Prince by Antione De Saint Exupery is a timeless classic that enables children to safely and creatively explore the idea of things coming to an end and that there is lif… 

Sandy

Sandy

If an object had consciousness, what would its thoughts be? What experience of the world would it have? And what would human beings look like from its perspective? ‘Sandy’ is the u… 

Somewhere to Belong

Somewhere to Belong

CK, an unwitting contestant on the strange and invasive Gameshow, is forced to undertake humiliating tasks in a bid to win a grand prize. 

No One

No One

Sometimes you see a piece of theatre that is so superb and shines so bright in every single way that it knocks you sideways. 

Blue Balloons Pink

Blue Balloons Pink

‘Blue Balloons Pink’ by Daisy Roe is an exciting piece of new writing making its debut at Brighton Fringe. 

The Huns

The Huns

The Huns is a fast-paced and (at times) chaotic examination of what can happen in the workplace when something goes wrong. 

Mala Sororibus

Mala Sororibus

From the company that brought ‘Truth Will Out’ to Brighton Fringe in 2019, Troubadour Theatre brings to the Fringe this new, black comedy by Lin Robinson. 

Please Hold

Please Hold

Do you have a minute to talk about sex doll rights? Because sex dolls should have equal rights too: sick days, overtime pay, child care, union representatives! There should be a de… 

Testimony

Testimony

‘Testimony’: Eight award-winning and controversial monologues explore some of the big issues of our time: toxic masculinity, the ‘me too’ movement, gender identity, the culture war… 

Qrumpet

Qrumpet

You’ve heard of quantum tunnelling, right? The theory that if you continuously throw a crumpet at a wall it’ll eventually go through? We are a machine. 

Lionel and Cindy: The Greatest Love Story

Lionel and Cindy: The Greatest Love Story

The sweet journey of an unlikely pear of lovers. 

Menopause Party

Menopause Party

Essex Pub Landlady is bringing her Menopause Party to the masses. 

Why Other People P!ss You Off

Why Other People P!ss You Off

* * * * * SUPPORTED BY THE 2022 ENCORE INSURE BRIGHTON FRINGE BURSARY! * * * * * Mirror, semen, manoeuvre. 

The DAFTAS Comedy Short Films Screening

The DAFTAS Comedy Short Films Screening

Watch up to ten award-winning short spoofs in one place brought to you by The DAFTAS - an annual short spoof film challenge. 

Ay Up, Hitler!

Ay Up, Hitler!

Witness the untold “true” story of what happened at the end of WWII. 

Taking Flight New Writing Festival

Taking Flight New Writing Festival

‘Taking Flight’ is Red Dragonfly Productions successful New Writing Programme, where we showcase new work by up and coming writers. 

The Time Machine

The Time Machine

'Hello! What time do you call this?' A friendly voice called out to the audience as we entered the Rotunda performance space. 

The Bubble Show

The Bubble Show

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Cult Figure: Kenneth Williams

Cult Figure: Kenneth Williams

Kenneth Williams was one of the most unique and beloved figures in British comedy history. 

Prison Dialogues

Prison Dialogues

‘Prison Dialogues’ consists of interweaving male and female dialogues set in the everyday of prison. 

Under Milk Wood: Semi Skimmed

Under Milk Wood: Semi Skimmed

One of the most successful solo shows of all time with over 2000 performances worldwide! Twenty-five years after its Edinburgh debut, Olivier Award winner Guy Masterson presents t… 

Prison Dialogues

Prison Dialogues

Prison Dialogues returns to Brighton Fringe after its debut in 2021, which attracted both audience and critical acclaim.