The disparity between the promotional material put out by theatre
groups and the reality of what they present to audiences is often quite
Ryan was a bright lad at school.
The Fool, The Champ and The Bandito is “presented
by BA(Hons) Acting and Creative Performance students, from the University
Centre Colchester” who “in their final year of study p…
I tell you a story?” a girl asks.
Kitten Killers is a funny, sweaty, messy, political and absurd sketch trio who combine the silly and dirty with the surreal.
Go on an award-winning, magical, musical, multi-sensory adventure in the Kalahari desert with Little Meekat and her friends Elephant and Wise Monkey to find out all about Calm and …
In this workshop we will use the basic technique of puppetry and combine that with acting and dancing.
On a lake somewhere not far away, a mother duck is sitting on her eggs.
If you are only half of who you are, would there still be enough of you to be the same as you were? Mary suffers with demons in her life, day in, day out.
Rowan Atkinson, move over; there’s a new show in town.
David Attenborough meets clowning in this low-budget romp through the Earth’s depleted natural world.
Amidst all the current political debates surrounding nationalism, I was curious as to the sort of person that would put on a show called Jacob Hatton: True Brit.
Blooming Ludas presents Power Story – a tooth-achingly sweet participatory, environmentally friendly piece of storytelling.
A stand-up show for those who love the ‘special skills’ section of a CV.
‘Pelican’ is a whirlwind hour of narrative comedy that’s “wildly funny” (BroadwayBaby) and “thrives off ingenuity and playfulness” (EdFringeReview).
After making the journey from tracksuit-wearing chav to high-flying city exec, from shopping in Wilkinsons to buying brioche in Waitrose, Kelly Convey shares why she’s come to re…
This is an exceptionally clever
Florence and Watson are honey badgers of a very rare sort.
Bound by blood and ambition, character comedians and real-life sisters Maddy and Marina Bye set sail on another adventure.
A refreshingly innovative take on Mary Shelley’s 19th century novel, Augustus Stephens’ one-man performance effortlessly portrayed mental illnesses through the depiction of Vi…
In 1987, celebrated BBC weather forecaster Michael Fish stood up on national television and shrugged off reports of an oncoming hurricane.
Sarcastic, satirical and hilariously self-deprecating, Woolly is a sheep with serious issues! But he wasn’t always so.
Tap into health! A rare, unmissable opportunity to dance with one of the world’s most engaging performers.
The critically acclaimed Edinburgh sell-out comes to Brighton Fringe.
Have you ever seen a polar bear in the flesh? Been close enough to notice just how white these magnificent mammals are? Here is your chance to get up close and personal: remove you…
Have our relationships become a product of a social media obsessed generation? Dating in the 21st century is constantly changing and not necessarily for the better.
It’s the Swinging Sixties.
“Ilyas has a slickness more reminiscent of US comics, and the gags to back it up, though his most prized asset could yet be his bold, subversive streak” (The Guardian).
On February 22nd 1952, 50 strangers gathered in the vaults of BBC Stoke to hear a groundbreaking new comedy act.
What happens when a 25-year-old Norwegian girl travels alone through Europe together with refugees?
Karen Houge, a Norwegian documentarist and Gaulier-trained actor, went to Les…
Join Dave Edwards as he gives advice concerning how to navigate the messy world of modern-day dating.
Brand new sketch comedy show from Sketchfest 2016 Finalists and best friends who can’t stand each other, Jon & Nath.
Friends’ fantastical journey through the depths of their imagination in this multi-roling, fast-paced farce.
Back by popular demand following last year’s sell-out shows at Brighton Fringe and Camden Fringe!
Brighton’s improvised comedy favourites return to present another series o…
New Zealand’s finest Mikey the Aartist returns to Brighton Fringe for the launch of AART TV Live with special guest artists Jim Parkyn (Aardman Animations) and George Egg (Anarch…
‘Stick or Wizard?’ It’s your choice!
Gaulier-trained clown, Oli Weatherly, invites you to take a trip with him through the wilderness of his imagination and to make a cho…
“The true mystery of the world is the visible .
After having a nearly fatal illness, he thought things would be different .
Winner of the BBC Radio New Comedy Award 2015 and Brighton Comedy Festival Squawker Award 2015, Yuriko Kotani (Time Out’s One to Watch) brings you a work-in-progress show.
There is more to life than happiness,
right? A not-so-perfect guide to happiness is explored in this one-woman show,
written and performed by Yvette May who, after finding hersel…
In 1812 Spencer Percival became the first, and only, British Prime Minister ever to be assassinated.
A pitch-black comedy from award-winning playwright, Matt Morrison.
In case you were wondering.
Directed by Lou-Lou Mason.
A hidden role game a la Secret Hitler or The Resistance, Werewolf is a classic of deduction and bluffing.
London Sketchfest and Musical Comedy Awards finalists, SALT (née Making Faces) bring their new show ‘Sketches’ to Brighton Fringe packed with new hilarious sketches, character…
Character comedian Nick Hall brings a one-man Cold War thriller to Brighton.
Clowning, slapstick and magical, non-verbal storytelling create a feast of laughter as two storytellers go head to head.
A super-heroine clown who will save you from the fear of death! A lecture on a philosophical consideration of death, a science experiment, a cat, dance, interaction with the audien…
‘Monkey Bars’, written by award-winning writer Chris Goode, transports you into the world of a child.
‘The Bump’: What would you choose between, a new life, or your own? A compelling piece highlighting the mental and physical torment of your not-so-average woman.
An exploration into award-winning playwright, Simon Stephen’s work.
“Dying is an art, like everything else.
Inside: Two women, chained and imprisoned.
It’s 3am on a Friday morning and it’s T.
A hilarious re-telling of ‘The Wind in the Willows’ brings to life the escapades of the irrepressible Mr Toad and his long-suffering friends Ratty, Mole and Badger.
Calling all hippo expert enthusiasts! This weird and wonderful family show for all ages will have kids storming the stage.
Dom and Mark were a double act.
Broken Chair Theatre Company aims to create innovative, physically demanding theatre with a strong aesthetic.
Sell-out comedian Sam Quinn will do whatever his sponsors want: tell jokes, do accents, dance, sing.
Joni has met someone special, but how can she tell him she has a long-term mental illness? And is that really the best thing to talk about on a second date? An engaging and amusing…
Get inside your now, taste the Mind Pie and journey into art with Mikey. “Just about the greatest thing ever” **** Best Shows of the Fringe (The Skinny, Edinburgh 2015)
Using a mixture of live performance, storytelling, shadow puppetry and object manipulation Joni and Dana attempt to recount the story of their ‘sort of’ holiday to Auschwitz, w…
Our tits sing, dance and talk about how they’re made for f**king.
Multi award-winning creator of BBC Radio 4’s ‘Casual Violence’ (“Leading the new wave of sketch comedy” - The Sunday Times) and staff writer for Cartoon Network’s ‘The Amazing Worl…
A one-woman show questioning how socio-political conditions shape us as individuals, while attempting to give a perspective on how our realities differ greatly depending on where w…
With elements that could have made it great, Hardly Still Walking, Not Yet Flying was
sadly let down by others that weren’t quite up to par.
“In the Parish Council elections, you win or you die.
Josh is good at dancing, but not at people.
My name is Rachael, I’m 36 years old and I’m from Nottingham.
Dave Gimmel is a local youth leader, who hopes to share his wisdom and philosophy of how to help the kids of the UK and finally fix broken Britain.
What do you get when an
impressionable young writer moves into a London squat with a couple of crack
addict ballerinas and a pack of rats? Swan
Bake! This mash-up of song, dance…
“Hello, my name is Delphine.
Double act Best Boy return to Brighton Fringe with an hour of side-splitting sketches.
Time is of the essence in this absolutely
faultless performance from EntreprenHER Productions.
Curious Cloud presents ‘Mocketh The Weak’, the gameshow that pits wicked wits against hapless saps.
Rob’s life fell apart five years ago.
SHE had HER hopes and dreams on hold supporting HIM and HIS.
Inspired by popular Roman-esque style fetish wear, designer Kelli des Jarlais alongside writer
Ellen Carr brings the Shakespearean play into the modern day setting of a
Three people dead.
I love ghost stories but I have never heard one quite like this.
May 6 marked the official opening of Brighton’s famous Fringe Festival, with glorious sunshine all day and a wonderfully warm evening, the British weather played its part in…
Storytelling feast of foolish kings, tree-climbing princesses, and one revolting woman, woven together by chief mischief-maker Damian BB Wood.
Bob and Jim do ‘The Rest of The Lot’.
Fancy more Fringe? Join us for the best in laid-back, late-night entertainment at The Warren.
Charles Booth (Time Out character comedian to watch) makes his Brighton debut with an eclectic concoction of characters fizzing with heart-warming lunacy, dazzling originality and …
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