Walking into The Warren’s
Studio 2 to the sounds of Vengaboys, Avril Lavigne and Gwen Stefani, it was clear
I was in for an hour-long nostalgia hit.
umbrella for a sword, a lamp as a tree and a wooden spoon as a nun, are just a
few examples for the smart and innovative use of objects in The Tale of the
‘Eve’s Dawning’ combines storytelling, live music and animation to tell the dystopian fairy tale of Eve, the last girl in the world, as she navigates a post-apocalyptic waste…
What better recipe for bleary-eyed parents early on a Sunday morning, than a timeless tale of a happy couple saving their food from pesky seagulls?Young children were especially en…
Deeply meaningful and uncomfortably honest at times, purged presents
Alex (Orla Sanders) and his desire and failure to verbally explain his mental
health problems to the audience…
John Osborne is a fabulous storyteller.
Barrera is what a clown AA meeting would look like.
‘Elliot and the Enormous Sneeze’ follows the story of the old man who never (hardly ever) sneezed.
A woman single-mindedly pursues her physical image at the expense of her inner self.
When Sherlock Holmes unknowingly murders his own client, the game is on to track down the criminal mastermind who did it - Holmes himself! But does Watson’s rent have anything to…
Predicting the next big
show on the Fringe circuit is a little like trying to squeeze a champagne cork
back into the bottle after it’s popped.
This cosy story follows the adventures of Ingo, a dog on a mission to make his owners proud.
This fast-paced, sharp writing from Louis Viljoen focuses on a man’s (Rob Van Vuuren) rapid descent into madness.
Join psychic Shaman Mountain and his trusty apprentice Soil on a trans-dimensional journey in search of Soil’s lost voice.
She’s suffocating in this atmosphere of hopelessness (aren’t we all?).
On the hottest day of the year, the Warren was worlds apart from the shady alleyways of Victorian London.
Pardon me, but The Gin Whore Tour may have affected my ability to form coherent sentences.
After last year’s sell-out run, the Blues and Burlesque are back with a new show.
The Petting Zoo (“Improv supergroup” Time Out) presents ‘ZooTube’, where the good, the bad and the downright bizarre of the world of online videos is merrily ransacked to provi…
A theatre company taking a reimagining of Shakespeare to a Fringe festival is like your Nan getting tipsy at Christmas.
This is a pleasant, goofy and geeky hour which largely talks about a
three point plan to get one woman closer to a Cox.
Being inspired by fairy tales, Gothic themes and the warped imagination of Tim Burton was all-too-clear in the wide and undeniably impressive range of sketches, theatre troupe The …
Paula Valluerca, AKA Madame Señorita, (winner of Best Female Act at The London International Solo Festival) presents ‘The Expector’.
Deirdre Me is on a mission to show the world how awesome it is, one person at a time, starting with you.
We wear the consequences of our decisions like a bad shirt.
What do you do when your child has been arrested for something unspeakable? Can you still love them even if they’re a monster? This is what the unique and creative minds behind P…
To start with the positives, this was a very enthusiastic show.
Do you ever take, observe, choose, desire, curse, think, feel, plan what you
are going to say at your sister’s funeral in absolute detail? I want to
know if we have anything …
Three remarkable short plays about modern male homosexuality: a farce about stereotypes and unrequited love; a drama about a date going very wrong; a transcontinental love story ab…
Three performers from the UK, Italy and Spain that belong to the so called Generation Y, are confronted onstage with a simple but controversial question: what do you want for your …
‘Witt ‘n’ Camp’ brings to Brighton sixty minutes of mad vocals, dancing, joy, seduction, escapology, partial nudity and wish fulfilment.
‘Kidocracy’ is an interactive theatre show for children aged 6+, presented by Keith Farnan (‘Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow’).
What happens when your life seems to mirror that of your musical hero? Greg Moncur is convinced his obsession with Johnny Cash is influencing what happens in his life.
Winner of the 2016 Stella Wilkie Award and the 2016 Eddies Award, BUZZ is a hilarious musical journey through the history of the vibrator and a brutally honest story of a singleton…
“It wasn’t a particularly spectacular night, as she sat stargazing in her room .
Inspired by Tim Burton’s poem, The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy, Haste Theatre transport us to Coney Island where Mr Gelati (Valeria Compagnoni) and the future Mrs Gelati (Lexi…
After the roaring success of JoJo Bellini’s ‘Kitchen Cabaret’ at Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe in 2016, the salacious songstress brings to Brighton a brand-new, and much naug…
Intelligent, funny and thought provoking theatre at The Warren.
Singer/songwriter Sylvie Lewis curates acoustic concerts with musicians and wordsmiths from around the globe.
Hannah, a 15 year old girl, dies giving birth in a grotto.
Armed with an ocarina, a ukulele and a thirst for revenge, Lecoq-trained Edward Day battles four decades of videogame nostalgia in an explosion of Shakespeare, live music and 16-bi…
“What does it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own soul?”
Dorian Gray, young and beautiful, sinks deep into a frivolous lifestyle of selfish abandon, see…
Twelve years ago, Tobias and Alexander came together to form a spiritualist commune based on their shared visions of a peaceful and harmonious community.
Calling all hippo expert enthusiasts!
Award-winning family comedy that will have kids storming the stage.
Following a sell-out run and rave audience reviews for his last show, Nuno Sabroso is bringing his latest cabaret to Brighton.
The legendary late show returns.
‘The Idiot’s Guide to the World’ is a clown show that explores a variety of physical comedy genres.
Here’s your opportunity to dance with the Star! Legendary Movin’ Melvin is bringing health and happiness to the UK with his world-touring Tap Into Health, all ages and any level! …
Inspired by the true life of Warhol superstar Holly Woodlawn, ‘High As Sugar’ is a one-person musical about a trans woman living in 1970 New York City.
is a midnight mass - an ode to memory and the sense of loss which carefully
evokes a frozen, car-crash, state of mind.
A funny, angry and poignant story of one man using his creation of a new stand-up comedy act to find a path through his confused and damaged mind; and reconnect with the world.
Fringe veterans Max and Ivan bring their show Unstoppable to The Warren for this year’s Brighton Fringe.
Off the Cuff, the Brighton based improvisation troupe, bring their show Crime and Funishment to the Fringe.
‘Now I’m a Big Boy!’ is written, produced and performed by young people, tackling issues of growing up and the problems surrounding sexual consent.
Two pieces of new British writing that have been produced by Bred in the Bone Theatre.
The Cutlery Crew wants everyone to have fun and prance joyfully about the place.
‘Mr Candela’ is a charming story of a misunderstood inventor and his passion for light.
A riotously funny show revealing just what happens when a glamorous French actress and her hapless assistant stage their version of Hollywood blockbuster ‘Gladiator’.
A contemporary drama that follows Danny and Lisa as they struggle to make ends meet. After some unexpected news, watch our story unfold as our couple are forced down a dark path.
Inspired by the arrest and tribunal of 24-year-old Joanne Hayes, ‘And The Rope Still Tugging Her Feet’, written/performed by Caroline Burns Cooke, explores the 1984 Kerry Babies Sc…
Christopher Marlowe’s alleged blasphemy makes it necessary for him to make a hasty retreat in the form of a fake death.
Physical comedy, object theatre and tacky music reveal the misogyny, oppression, and just plain awful sex seen in mainstream porn today.
Is it possible to fall in love with someone if you don’t know their gender? An unconventional love story in which Peter, a previously heterosexual young man, faces a challenge to h…
Animation, mime and speech come together in this neat one-man show about love at first-sight going wrong.
A bar stool.
Georgie’s 40th birthday, her friends spy something strange lodged in her ear.
Three estranged friends get back together for the funeral of a fourth.
A madcap frenzy of physical comedy with a political bite.
Collaborative outcomes from the BA Theatre Arts at Northbrook. Performers, make-up, costume and props designers come together to tell, retell and immerse you in their stories…
A show inspired by Hetty King (an emblematic, early 20th century drag king), which embraces the possibility of women making connections across stages, in time.
Loosely inspired by The Red Shoes, ‘Blushed’ is a compendium of bonkers and brilliant adult fairytales told through tap dance.
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