When the children of Bow-on-Tie start mysteriously disappearing, Abigail decides to investigate further.
John Chesterton works in a world where political correctness is paramount.
In a retelling of the classic Beauty and the Beast saga aimed at small children, four players multi-role in an uncomplicated and pleasant way.
Amazing tales elegantly told.
The small English village of Bakewell, Derbyshire is holding its annual baking competition.
Baba Brinkman’s Rap Guide Series began in 2009 with Fringe First Winner ‘Rap Guide to Evolution’, “Astonishing and brilliant” (NY Times), now making its Brighton debut (26/27…
Renowned space scientist Maggie Hill is giving a lecture about her career, to inspire young women to work in science.
Currently playing at the Warren’s Blockhouse theatre, Beat has the makings of a great love story.
They’re all around us but we cannot see them.
Frankenstein and pantomime are two words which should not go together, but in this brilliant mashup, they curiously do.
A new piece of work by a new BAME theatre ensemble The Last Company Theatre, Last Rehearsal is written and directed by Chilean Maria Jose Andrade.
Last year’s triumphant Police Cops in Space earned five star reviews and sell-out runs.
Two idiots at the BBC are making another Blue Planet, but how do you know what a fish is if you’ve never left your office? Put on your polar ice caps and climb aboard an adventure …
Following Enter The Dragons, their 2017 Broadway Baby Bobby award-winning show, A&E Comedy are back with a new cackle-inducing performance, laced with mirth and magic.
BA Theatre Arts at GBMet.
Transporting you to Chicago in 1927, The Awkward Silence present a fast-paced, whip-smart comedy about friendship, power and greed.
Sharp-tongued, quick- witted, but ever so slightly rough around the edges, Lucy Roslyn’s fortune telling Myra Collins is no stranger to the seedier side of being a professional p…
A “completely engaging” and “emotionally intelligent”, upbeat dance theatre duet that explores the mental and physical ‘weight’ of our thoughts and inner voice through raw, phy…
The simple story of three hungry goats and a grumpy old troll, told with a gentle ecological message.
The lives of an eclectic community living in abandoned shipping containers are thrown upside down when a mysterious man arrives.
Let’s set the scene.
An evening filled with stories, duets and short plays, reworked and retold to delight, surprise and entertain.
This isn’t a show about death, oh no.
I had no idea what to expect from John Hinton’s Ensonglopedia of British History.
Crazier than finding a penguin in your fridge.
Two warring houses.
John Osborne is a writer known for his poetry and his popular Edinburgh show John Peel’s Shed.
Hands up anyone who was bored rigid by studying Shakespeare at school.
At any Fringe you’ll be able to find at least one crooner showcasing some of history’s best show tunes – One Day More, There’s No Business Like Show Business, anything from…
Be not afeard.
A fast, hard-hitting comedy featuring six characters at the same yoga centre, all eaten up with secrets.
The story of an audacious carer in a residential care home.
A live dating game! One woman tries out four versions of herself that battle for your love.
Jamie Kenna stars as Max Miller in this critically-acclaimed production about Brighton’s best-loved comedian.
In August of last year, radio presenter Guy Lloyd was sacked after thirteen years of broadcasting his decidedly average show.
There’s a nose on the loose in the city, and it’s not the only one.
Unmythable promised an ‘unforgettable blend of sketch comedy, cross-dressing, stories and songs’ but unfortunately, it didn’t deliver.
Following a mysterious storm, a turtle finds herself trapped on a strange island made of plastic that’s forever growing.
Starring Ella Ainsworth from TV’s ‘Hustle’ and ‘Doc Martin’.
Bobby works on Woolies’ record counter.
Attention all sperm! This is a military operation in procreation! Join three fun guys who fertilise in an adventure as big as life itself.
New British musicals are few and far between nowadays, but the Brighton Fringe is the one place where they are bound to be found.
An interactive tap dance and workout workshop, fun for all ages and levels.
The inexplicable friendship of Mr Sea and Mr Sand.
A Ship of Fool’s Theatre Company welcome us to Happy Valley Care Home, a place where the elderly are ‘thrown onto life’s scrap heap’.
Amelia Earhart has been missing for 81 years.
Writer and storyteller John Osborne is back with a trio of shows across the final weekend of the Fringe.
We are more connected than ever but are we feeling more alone?
Social isolation, living alone and loneliness equals a 30% higher risk of early death.
Hungry Wolf VYT return to Brighton Fringe with another original piece of cutting-edge theatre.
Tap into health! Legendary Song and Dance Man, Movin’ Melvin Brown brings health and happiness to Brighton.
Award-winning improvisers, The Maydays, present ‘Happily Never After’; a twisted musical tale inspired by Tim Burton and The Brothers Grimm.
Two women are on stage, their mouths are taped shut with broad, black gaffer tape.
Mumblecrust Theatre return with their Brighton Fringe 2017 double award-winning show! Deep in the vaults of an ancient priory, a hideous creature awakens.
Probably William Shakespeare’s most famous play and possibly his greatest, Hamlet has long been a target for comedy.
A family pantomime that looks at the world today and encourages the audience to consider how we can all help improve it.
Winner Vault Festival Comedy Award 2017
Winner of the IYAF: Best of Brighton Fringe Comedy Award in 2017
After the success of their five-star, award-winning farce ‘The Starship Os…
The Ugly Duckling is a new adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen tale about the cygnet born into a duck’s nest who is mercilessly teased by his siblings, and then begins his jo…
Fired in the kiln of the Free Association’s long-form improv training, this band of reprobates have become regulars on the London improv circuit and have been 3-time champions at t…
Puppets hunting passion.
Baba Brinkman’s unique “peer reviewed rap” combines comedy, science, and hip-hop in a live show that the New York Times calls “astonishing and brilliant”.
Set on an island best known for its adorable marsupial inhabitants, Bus Boy is a sweet play about two very different people becoming friends.
The majority of us can probably admit to turning to Google to answer life’s more trivial questions from time to time.
A stylish adventure into the film noir-ish world of Ingrid’s memories and imagination.
Have you ever turned up at a party to find yourself surrounded by people you didn’t know who all seemed to be united by an in-joke you didn’t get? That was my Space Doctor expe…
As 2018 falls to a zombie apocalypse, Tom and Bunny begin their perilous journey to Yorkshire in a quest for sanctuary and a proper cup of tea.
Tom and Bunny Save the World is a folk musical.
Yes, I’m a millennial.
Brighton Fringe winner of Best Cabaret and Argus Angel awards, ‘A Berlin Kabaret’ returns! Lady Gaga meets Brecht in this walk on the wild side of the 20th century avant-garde.
A devised piece based on a collection of poems by Spanish writer Marta Massé, about a girl made of clay.
A selection of stories and short plays created by Varndean College BTEC Performing Arts students.
An anonymous man and woman, confined in a space, are trying to pin down the facts.
‘The Owl and the Pussycat’ live in a dull and dusty world, so imagine how shocked and surprised they are when a stupendous storm sweeps them out of the window, Splash!, onto an une…
First performed in 1947, Jean Genet’s The Maids was inspired by the true story of sisters Christine and Léa Papin, who murdered their employer and her daughter.
A play about mental health and growing up with an alcohol-dependent mother.
Following their hit, sell-out shows in Brighton and Soho, this outrageous double-act present ‘SWAG’ - an hour of musical comedy, character stand-up and burlesque.
Award-winning comedian Samantha Baines (Call the Midwife, The Crown, BBC Radio 4) returns to Brighton after a smash-hit, sell-out Edinburgh Fringe, Soho Theatre runs and a UK tour.
Team captains Phil Jerrod and Sean McLoughlin go head to head in the funniest twitter battle since Donald Trump vs Kim Jong Un.
There are two types of ticket.
Join us on the absurdly grotesque killing spree/sex-capades of one man.
Scott Capurro is one of nature’s great raconteurs.
Forget Spaceballs, there is a new sci-fi comedy champion in town.
No one knows who the killer is, not even the cast!The improvised murder mystery comedy is back! Following sold-out runs at Edinburgh Fringe 2017/2016 and Brighton Fringe 2017/2016,…
A fictional fantasy about the realities of hope and survival in collaboration with Music Action International.
Side-splitting, stiff upper-lipped hilarity from critically-acclaimed duo Dan Lees and Neil Frost.
Nominated for Best Comedy Award (Brighton Fringe 2017)
Norwegian champion of Theatresports 2015
After full runs at Edinburgh, Adelaide and Prague Fringe, award-winning Norwegian c…
There are melodies that live in all of us.
YouTube stars The RH Experience present Scribble: An hour of weird, wonderful and downright hilarious comedy, storytelling and songs, all against an ever-changing live-illustrated …
Come and join the invincible Captain Cauliflower and his faithful companion Marvin on an unforgettable adventure, filled with extreme silliness and unquestionable danger.
Cognitive dysfunction does not, perhaps, naturally strike us as a rich vein of humour.
The “slightly soiled bearpit of a show” (G Scene) returns.
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