Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

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. The stage is covered with boxes and items wrapped in brown paper… 

Mustard Doesn't go with Girls

Mustard Doesn't go with Girls

When the children of Bow-on-Tie start mysteriously disappearing, Abigail decides to investigate further. She embarks on a music-filled adventure to uncover the town’s secrets, topple the cabinet of treacherous animals in charge and prove that girls are made of more than just sugar and spice… 

amendments: A Play on Words

amendments: A Play on Words

John Chesterton works in a world where political correctness is paramount. Fear of offending an increasingly sensitive populous is widespread, and any language deemed inappropriate or discriminatory is strictly forbidden to the company's "no" list… 

The Extraordinary Time-Travelling Adventures of Baron Munchausen

The Extraordinary Time-Travelling Adventures of Baron Munchausen

Amazing tales elegantly told. Top award-winning comedians and improvisers tell extravagant stories all based on the Adventures of Baron Munchausen. There will be swords and duels and elephants and castles built of cheese, and all of it is completely and irrefutably true… 

Badass Be Thy Name

Badass Be Thy Name

Last year’s triumphant Police Cops in Space earned five star reviews and sell-out runs. Now Nathan Parkinson, Zachary Hunt and Tom Roe, the multi award-winning trio behind the hits Police Cops and its sequel Police Cops in Space, have returned to The Warren with Badass Be Thy Name… 

The Bakewell Bake Off: A New Musical

The Bakewell Bake Off: A New Musical

The small English village of Bakewell, Derbyshire is holding its annual baking competition. The eclectic group of contestants are each hoping that their baking skills will impress the judges… 

Unmythable

Unmythable

Unmythable promised an ‘unforgettable blend of sketch comedy, cross-dressing, stories and songs’ but unfortunately, it didn’t deliver. Perhaps the fact that ‘cross-dressing’ is being used as a selling point for a show in 2019 says it all… 

Last Rehearsal

Last Rehearsal

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. Here, three actors are abandoned by their director on the final day of rehearsal of a ‘work’ they have been putting together for months… 

Beat

Beat

Currently playing at the Warren’s Blockhouse theatre, Beat has the makings of a great love story. But it’s not love at first sight that completely arrests 10 year old Alfie; it’s love at first sound… 

Baba Brinkman's Rap Guide to...

Baba Brinkman's Rap Guide to...

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 May)… 

Lights! Planets! People!

Lights! Planets! People!

Renowned space scientist Maggie Hill is giving a lecture about her career, to inspire young women to work in science. She\'s also attending her first therapy session, in order to overcome some debilitating anxiety… 

Frankenstein the Pantomime

Frankenstein the Pantomime

Frankenstein and pantomime are two words which should not go together, but in this brilliant mashup, they curiously do. It opens with energy - music, singing and dancing - and sustains this throughout with fast paced story-telling, even though, as they regularly remind us, they only have an hour… 

The Bubble Show

The Bubble Show

Join Mr. Bubbles with his extraordinary soap bubbles in all shapes and sizes! Enjoy bouncy bubbles, bubbles inside bubbles, smoke bubbles, square bubbles, giant bubbles and even fire bubbles! Interactive and suitable for all ages, ‘The Bubble Show’ is a unique blend of magic, storytelling and Bubble-Art! Actor, storyteller and Guinness World Record Winner, The Highland Joker is one of the top Bubbles artists in the world, coming to Brighton with his award-winning performance! Join us as we journey together through the realms of Bubbland! 

Microbodyssey

Microbodyssey

They’re all around us but we cannot see them. Come and discover the extraordinary world of microbes - the invisible organisms that shape our planet. Join your larger-than-life tour guide Brenda and friendly and forgetful lab assistant Charles as they unearth miniature monsters and curious creatures in hidden worlds much closer than you might think… 

Witch-Hunt

Witch-Hunt

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. Shoulder-shakingly funny, the jokes are laced with sharp observations about gender and power… 

Blue Planet III

Blue Planet III

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 to save the oceans! Featuring swashbuckling swordfish, hammerhead and spannerhead sharks, wailing whales and nasty things that lurk at the bottom of the sea, in this children’s comedy show by the “hugely talented” (Chortle) Luke Rollason and the “hilarious” (The List) Christian Brighty… 

Showmanship

Showmanship

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 performer in 1930s America… 

Ensonglopedia of British History

Ensonglopedia of British History

I had no idea what to expect from John Hinton’s Ensonglopedia of British History. For a start, why was I surrounded by children? This was surely going to be a massive mistake, but I wasn’t anywhere near an exit so had no choice but to see it through… 

Boris Rex

Boris Rex

Let’s set the scene. The centre of Brighton, in a small bustling theatre space at The Warren. Where better to put on a show involving politics and the B word (Boris Johnson)? Right? Although politics is currently taking over everyone's lives at the moment this hilarious rendition of modern day politics by Charlie Dupre is the different outlook we needed… 

BA Theatre Arts Graduate Shows

BA Theatre Arts Graduate Shows

BA Theatre Arts at GBMet. Emerging theatre artists, puppet makers, performers, costume, set, hair and make-up designers share their work. An engaging collection of stories and collaborations. 

What Doesn't Kill You [blah blah] Stronger

What Doesn't Kill You [blah blah] Stronger

This isn’t a show about death, oh no. It’s a show about near death experiences. Written by Tyler Jacob Jones and with music by Robert Woods, What Doesn’t Kill You [Blah Blah] Stronger is a cabaret of comedic songs inspired by (sometimes grotesque, sometimes unbelievable and always incredible) true stories of survival… 

The Three Billy Goats Gruff

The Three Billy Goats Gruff

The simple story of three hungry goats and a grumpy old troll, told with a gentle ecological message. Watch out for the dance of the goats, the flying troll and loads of rubbish! A magical world of puppets, music, storytelling and singing… 

Weight/Wait

Weight/Wait

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, physical movement, dark humour, original text and lively music… 

Bufo Bufo

Bufo Bufo

Transporting you to Chicago in 1927, The Awkward Silence present a fast-paced, whip-smart comedy about friendship, power and greed. A dismembered corpse. Questions but no answers. An ancient and mysterious book… 

The Man Without a Past

The Man Without a Past

The lives of an eclectic community living in abandoned shipping containers are thrown upside down when a mysterious man arrives. With no memory of former life, a daily serving of soup begins to nourish his heart and soul until the rediscovery of his past puts his new life in jeopardy… 

You're in a Bad Way

You're in a Bad Way

John Osborne is a writer known for his poetry and his popular Edinburgh show John Peel’s Shed. This gently observational show is about two sisters dealing with their dad’s diagnosis of dementia… 

Marvellous Myths and Hopeful Heroes

Marvellous Myths and Hopeful Heroes

An evening filled with stories, duets and short plays, reworked and retold to delight, surprise and entertain. Inspired by creation, heroic myths and urban tales. Performed by BTEC Performing Arts Students from Varndean College… 

KING LEAR

KING LEAR

Hands up anyone who was bored rigid by studying Shakespeare at school. If you’re one of those who couldn’t understand it, and never knew what was going on, this is the show for you… 

Top of the Flops

Top of the Flops

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 West Side Story – you’ve heard it all before… 

Timpson: The Musical

Timpson: The Musical

Two warring houses. One ancient grudge. A whole lot of shoes. Can the warring houses of Montashoe and Keypulet be united by a pair of star-crossed lovers? Journey to Victorian London where Monty Montashoe and Keeleigh Keypulet - two inventors bursting with ambition - strive to break free from the confines of their parents and follow their dreams all the way to the 50th annual ‘Invention Convention’! Sponsored by Timpson Ltd… 

Seska: Quack Quack Bang!

Seska: Quack Quack Bang!

Crazier than finding a penguin in your fridge… Bang! Turbo-charged Seska throws buckets of happiness into the air, in this brilliantly inventive magical show for all ages. Entertaining crowds from Mumbai to Trinidad, Seska is also a firm favourite at Camp Bestival… 

The Death Show

The Death Show

Death. A bit grim, isn’t it? Morbid, macabre and even unmentionable, but does it have to be that way? A funny, surreal, reflective and unashamedly honest show about death. Celebrate your own mortality, laugh, cry, stick two fingers up at the Grim Reaper and discover why talking about death is actually life-affirming… 

Summer Street: The Hilarious, Aussie Soap Opera, Musical Comedy

Summer Street: The Hilarious, Aussie Soap Opera, Musical Comedy

New British musicals are few and far between nowadays, but the Brighton Fringe is the one place where they are bound to be found. Summer Street: The Hilarious Aussie Soap Opera Musical, despite its title suggesting otherwise, is just one of those new British musicals… 

The Art of Caring

The Art of Caring

The story of an audacious carer in a residential care home. With an inspection looming, Gem is caught in the eye of the storm, battling against her mischievous clients, ridiculous management and mounds of paperwork… 

Be Not Afeard: A Sensory Telling of Shakespeare's The Tempest

Be Not Afeard: A Sensory Telling of Shakespeare's The Tempest

Be not afeard. The isle is full of noises, sounds, and sweet airs that give delight and hurt not. How do we help our children grow the skills to be confidently curious about their world at a time when anxiety and overwhelm affect so many? Multi award-winning Collar & Cuffs return for a fifth year at the Fringe to explore this challenge with a sensory musical version of The Tempest suitable for 0-7s and fully inclusive for those with special and/or complex needs… 

Up Your Prana

Up Your Prana

A fast, hard-hitting comedy featuring six characters at the same yoga centre, all eaten up with secrets. A new receptionist arrives after the manager’s disappearance to find the centre in chaos… 

LOVE, CRASH, REROLL

LOVE, CRASH, REROLL

A live dating game! One woman tries out four versions of herself that battle for your love. Funny, mortifying, and full of heart, this participatory show offers a radical twist on a timeless quest and shamelessly leads us to reveal what we do for love - from the playful to the pathetic, the pragmatic to the passionate… 

The Cheeky Chappie

The Cheeky Chappie

Jamie Kenna stars as Max Miller in this critically-acclaimed production about Brighton’s best-loved comedian. This funny and moving play explores the life of a man who made millions laugh during the golden days of variety… 

From The Cradle To The Bin

From The Cradle To The Bin

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’. Charles Shetcliffe convincingly plays polite elderly gentleman Mr Whitey, left to the care home by his uninterested daughter… 

Guy Lloyd: Radio Blah Blah

Guy Lloyd: Radio Blah Blah

In August of last year, radio presenter Guy Lloyd was sacked after thirteen years of broadcasting his decidedly average show. A career that included doing Reiki on a mentally disturbed parrot live on air, interviewing the stars backstage at Glastonbury, desperate appearances on ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ and ‘Come Dine With Me’ and broadcasting live from a real estate in Hove… 

Who Nose?

Who Nose?

There’s a nose on the loose in the city, and it’s not the only one. The Purveyors of Found Noses are on their scent, ready to reunite lost owners with their wayward nostrils. Some noses are easy; others lie dusty on the rack for years… 

Turtles Don't Like Plastic

Turtles Don't Like Plastic

Following a mysterious storm, a turtle finds herself trapped on a strange island made of plastic that’s forever growing. Can she escape? Can she clean up the Island? And who is the strange monster that lives there? She’s determined to find out! Dive in, joining her and a colourful cast of sea creatures as physical theatre, puppetry and clowning combine in this magical under-sea adventure for ages 3+ and their families… 

All I See Is You

All I See Is You

Bobby works on Woolies’ record counter. Ralph dreams of being a teacher. One kiss and they’re hooked. But it’s 1967 and their love is illegal. A National Octagon prizewinner inspired by real accounts of queer life from 50 years ago… 

ScaredyKat

ScaredyKat

Starring Ella Ainsworth from TV’s ‘Hustle’ and ‘Doc Martin’. Follow the hilariously absurd Kat as she battles to navigate her social anxieties by lying. About everything. As the audience witnesses her story unravel, this bold one-woman exploration of a post-truth world poses the question, “How much of our lives and stories are performative, and how far are we willing to go to protect them?” 

Privates

Privates

Attention all sperm! This is a military operation in procreation! Join three fun guys who fertilise in an adventure as big as life itself. Imagine ‘Saving Private Ryan’ meets the sex education you wish you had, and they don’t wear adequate protection… 

Dancing with The Star! Movin' with Melvin!

Dancing with The Star! Movin' with Melvin!

An interactive tap dance and workout workshop, fun for all ages and levels. Before you can think, he has you tappin’ away! Melvin takes participants through a low-impact, high-energy fun workout, teaching how to tap to music and workout at the same time… 

Sunshine

Sunshine

The inexplicable friendship of Mr Sea and Mr Sand. All Mr Sand wanted to do was relax and enjoy the simple pleasures of the sea air on his skin and the sunshine on his face. What he didn’t know, was that he would soon have to share the beach with someone else… 

Woman! Pilot! Pirate?

Woman! Pilot! Pirate?

Amelia Earhart has been missing for 81 years. Emmy thinks this is wrong. She intends to rescue her hero. Frustrated by the limitations of her life, she intends to build, sail and fight her way to Amelia… 

Dancing with The Star! Movin' with Melvin!

Dancing with The Star! Movin' with Melvin!

Tap into health! Legendary Song and Dance Man, Movin' Melvin Brown brings health and happiness to Brighton. An interactive tap dance and workout workshop, fun for all ages and levels... 

John Osborne: John Peel's Shed and Other Stories

John Osborne: John Peel's Shed and Other Stories

Writer and storyteller John Osborne is back with a trio of shows across the final weekend of the Fringe. Friday 1 June - 'John Peel’s Shed'. A show about a box of records that once belonged to Radio 1 DJ John Peel... 

Goodbye Rosetta

Goodbye Rosetta

Hungry Wolf VYT return to Brighton Fringe with another original piece of cutting-edge theatre. Keisha and Mo are foster sisters, they are also the misfits. When Mo’s depression makes the ground give way from under her, Keisha struggles to understand the illness that seems to be devastating the lives of the people she loves... 

Bon Ami

Bon Ami

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. All In Theatre use their unique style of clowning and physical comedy to tell a story about the importance of friendship... 

Hamlet?

Hamlet?

Probably William Shakespeare’s most famous play and possibly his greatest, Hamlet has long been a target for comedy. Tom Stoppard’s 15 Minute Hamlet (1976) set the bar rather high on that score... 

Tape

Tape

Two women are on stage, their mouths are taped shut with broad, black gaffer tape. They are, literally, silenced. This is the opening, and very effective, metaphor for the kind of depressive mental illness they are exploring in Tape, a multimedia show devised by the performers Michelle Barrington and Eleanore Frances... 

The Maydays present: Happily Never After

The Maydays present: Happily Never After

Award-winning improvisers, The Maydays, present 'Happily Never After'; a twisted musical tale inspired by Tim Burton and The Brothers Grimm. Starting with your suggestion, The Maydays weave a fantastical tale, dripping with black comedy, gut-clenchingly playful characters and haunting live music that’s different every time... 

The Tale Of The Cockatrice

The Tale Of The Cockatrice

Mumblecrust Theatre return with their Brighton Fringe 2017 double award-winning show! Deep in the vaults of an ancient priory, a hideous creature awakens. A deadly cockatrice is born! Bold knights flee in terror... 

Bus Boy

Bus Boy

Set on an island best known for its adorable marsupial inhabitants, Bus Boy is a sweet play about two very different people becoming friends. Jerry is on a holiday to Rottness Island with her partner... 

Mother Goose

Mother Goose

A family pantomime that looks at the world today and encourages the audience to consider how we can all help improve it. Vanity has just been elected President of Pantoland and is on a mission to make it great again, by whatever foul means possible; but standing between him and glory is Mother Goose... 

Space Doctor

Space Doctor

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 experience... 

The Ugly Duckling

The Ugly Duckling

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 journey towards self-discovery... 

A Serious Play About World War II

A Serious Play About World War II

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 Osiris', Willis & Vere have surprised critics by turning their back on comedy to adapt the memoirs of a Holocaust survivor... 

A Puppet Named Desire

A Puppet Named Desire

Puppets hunting passion... the hard way! Stickyback return after a sell out run at the Camden Fringe with another slice of "beguilingly bizarre" (The Stage) puppet orientated sketch fun... 

The Handsome Weeping Boys & Friends

The Handsome Weeping Boys & Friends

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 the FA's 'Cage Match' improv team battle... 

10 Steps To Happiness

10 Steps To Happiness

The majority of us can probably admit to turning to Google to answer life’s more trivial questions from time to time. This is exactly what Yvette May found herself doing when she came to the realisation that although happiness is a seemingly uncomplicated emotion, very few of the people around her had managed to find it... 

Baba Brinkman: Darwinizm

Baba Brinkman: Darwinizm

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”. In Darwinizm Baba reveals the hidden forces that shape us, from DNA to digital memes. 

Tom and Bunny Save the World: The Musical

Tom and Bunny Save the World: The Musical

Tom and Bunny Save the World is a folk musical. A folk musical, but with zombies. Think Once and Shaun of the Dead. We follow, or rather, chase after, the tough and independent Bunny as she, the anxious, wimpy Tom and their gaggle of eccentric friends try to travel up north from London to lovely Yorkshire in the middle of a zombie apocolypse... 

Brainville at Night

Brainville at Night

A stylish adventure into the film noir-ish world of Ingrid's memories and imagination. So what if the doctors tell her she lacks insight and the ability to empathise? Labels like "front-temporal dementia" never meant anything to her anyway... 

Passionate Machine

Passionate Machine

Remember P.E. kit Cancel Free Trial Don’t forget to call mum Everyone writes instructions to their future selves. But what happens if the future starts writing back? Rosy Carrick is about to find out... 

Clean Mean Eating Machine

Clean Mean Eating Machine

Yes, I’m a millennial. Yesterday I was in Shoreditch and had a charcoal and coconut soft serve presented in an Instagrammable black cone. I’ve waited over an hour for brunch at a hot spot in NYC’s East Village... 

Tom and Bunny Save the World

Tom and Bunny Save the World

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. From the creators of the award-winning sell-out hit, 'Buzz: A New Musical', comes a gender-stereotype destroying, black and bloody comedy with a live folk soundtrack... 

Police Cops In Space

Police Cops In Space

Forget Spaceballs, there is a new sci-fi comedy champion in town. This sold-out show from lauded comedy trio The Pretend Men, explodes onto the stage and doesn’t slow down until the final moment... 

A Berlin Kabaret!

A Berlin Kabaret!

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 vibrant presentation of lyrical anti-war songs reflecting on the current refugee crisis, fragmentation of society, in the search for sanctuary and solidarity... 

La Niña Barro

La Niña Barro

A devised piece based on a collection of poems by Spanish writer Marta Massé, about a girl made of clay. In this intimate, meditative, and lyrical experience, the audience is invited to follow the Clay Girl's journey from her creation to achieving self-awareness, pondering about the things that shape us all as humans... 

The Maids by Jean Genet

The Maids by Jean Genet

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. However, this version, directed by Ben Alexander, was based on the muscular adaptation by Benedict Andrews and Andrew Upton where the language – vitriolic and fierce – is brought right up to date... 

Rum in the Gravy Boat

Rum in the Gravy Boat

A play about mental health and growing up with an alcohol-dependent mother. Admittedly, a fairly hard sell for a Friday afternoon. For just 55 minutes, Rum in the Gravy Boat packs a lot in - actor Leigh Johnstone's whole childhood, to be exact... 

A Pocketful of Dreams

A Pocketful of Dreams

A selection of stories and short plays created by Varndean College BTEC Performing Arts students. Honest, provocative theatre exploring how we might look to the past with an eye on the future... 

The Last Straw

The Last Straw

An anonymous man and woman, confined in a space, are trying to pin down the facts. Any facts. Hurried along by a relentless modern world, stricken by disasters, how do we know where to focus? How do we know what’s true? With the facts lying shredded on the ground, this darkly comic show shines a light on our confusion at jargon and excess in today’s complex world... 

The Owl and the Pussycat

The Owl and the Pussycat

'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 unexpected sea voyage to a curious land... 

Cry, Blueberry

Cry, Blueberry

November, 1932. Blueberry, a clown on vaudevillian Broadway, wrestles with life-long guilt, fleeing from his pain both into performance and sex. His addictive escapes have finally lost him his wife right as he loses his employment... 

1 Woman, a High-Flyer and a Flat Bottom: Samantha Baines

1 Woman, a High-Flyer and a Flat Bottom: Samantha Baines

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. She's exploring the lost women of science... 

Witt 'n Camp: SWAG

Witt 'n Camp: SWAG

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. Don’t miss this unforgettable, award nominated duo... 

Whose Tweet Was it Anyway?

Whose Tweet Was it Anyway?

Team captains Phil Jerrod and Sean McLoughlin go head to head in the funniest twitter battle since Donald Trump vs Kim Jong Un. The only difference being that they've both got tiny red buttons which just operate a buzzer... 

Standard:Elite

Standard:Elite

There are two types of ticket. Everyone gets a Standard ticket. You have to earn an Elite ticket. Together we're going to tell a story... of a girl from Lowground spun from spider web, and a boy from Highground carved out of clouds... 

100 Ways to Tie a Shoe-Lace

100 Ways to Tie a Shoe-Lace

Cognitive dysfunction does not, perhaps, naturally strike us as a rich vein of humour. However, Forget About The Dog’s collectively-written 100 Ways To Tie A Shoe-Lace succeeds in articulating the funny side of suffering a brain insult... 

Ubu Roi

Ubu Roi

Join us on the absurdly grotesque killing spree/sex-capades of one man... A man who promises to make Poland great again! Squall + Frenzy presents a daring post-pantomime punk adaptation of this classic 1896 symbolist masterpiece by Alfred Jarry... 

The Trouble With Scott Capurro

The Trouble With Scott Capurro

Scott Capurro is one of nature’s great raconteurs. Challenging, sometimes outrageous, but intimate too and most shockingly occasionally full of doubt. In 'The Trouble With... ' Scott wrangles with rich friends, worthy yoga and the miseries of home ownership... 

CSI: Crime Scene Improvisation

CSI: Crime Scene Improvisation

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, 'CSI: Crime Scene Improvisation' returns to Brighton creating a 100% brand-new who-dunnit every show to solve an outlandish murder invented by the audience... 

Gone

Gone

A fictional fantasy about the realities of hope and survival in collaboration with Music Action International. Told with beautiful handmade puppetry and inspired by true stories of refugees, the story is interwoven with a vivid, atmospheric score by Stone Flowers... 

The Establishment: Le Bureau De Strange

The Establishment: Le Bureau De Strange

Side-splitting, stiff upper-lipped hilarity from critically-acclaimed duo Dan Lees and Neil Frost. "This is silliness as an art form" (The Scotsman) "A fast-paced, multidimensional masterclass in comedy" (Edfest Magazine) "One of the most outrageously funny hours imaginable" (British Theatre Guide) 

Viggo Venn: Pepito

Viggo Venn: Pepito

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 comedian Viggo Venn returns to Brighton with a better version of last year's show! If you like absurd comedy then you'll really enjoy it... 

Twinkle Twinkle

Twinkle Twinkle

There are melodies that live in all of us. No one knows that more than Marty the puppy, whose songs and playtime with his Dad are the best part of his day. But sometimes, you have to learn how to find the music inside yourself... 

The RH Experience: Scribble!

The RH Experience: Scribble!

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 backdrop! Charming lo-fi visuals (from the Beano illustrator Ed Stockham) twinned with razor-sharp improvisation and character driven narratives guarantee that The RH Experience's Scribble is the perfect show for all comedy and art lovers... 

Captain Cauliflower and Marvin the Mischievous Moose

Captain Cauliflower and Marvin the Mischievous Moose

Come and join the invincible Captain Cauliflower and his faithful companion Marvin on an unforgettable adventure, filled with extreme silliness and unquestionable danger. Marvin the Mischievous Moose presents Captain Cauliflower with a mystical magic hat that gives him super powers... 

The Late Show

The Late Show

The "slightly soiled bearpit of a show" (G Scene) returns. Join us for the best late-night entertainment every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Bank Holiday Sundays of the Fringe. Featuring stand-up, sketch, clowns and cabaret and a range of fabulous hosts...