Night Owl Shows have bought another crowd pleaser to Brighton Fringe.
Pirate Pearl lives aboard the good ship Mirabel with her crusty old Grandpa Bert.
Trading skills and strengths from various walks of life.
Movies with 100% more singing, 99% more women and a live band.
An international cult hit show where adults share embarrassing artefacts they created as teenagers to reveal stories about their lives.
An energy-packed performance by the Musical Theatre Degree students at Northbrook MET.
Unmythable promised an ‘unforgettable blend of sketch comedy, cross-dressing, stories and songs’ but unfortunately, it didn’t deliver.
Beginning with an amusing introduction from the on-stage showrunner, Shit-faced Showtime: Oliver With A Twist sets out its premise.
The team behind FAUX, presented by Loose-Locked, is large and impressive.
“Wait, what was that whole last part about copyright? I don’t feel like I got that.
Providing a frequently gasp inducing evening of entertainment, Circus Abyssinia: Ethiopian Dreams perfect for any and all.
Join the Walrus and Carpenter, with some eager Oysters, on their hunt for a gourmet picnic spot!
These comical characters, along with a capricious Maid with Mop, make entertaining…
Gerard Branson has been murdered.
An exquisite musical journey exploring country traditions.
Yesterday: A winter’s tale, a story to wile along the long cold hours.
Troy has fallen.
A dynamic new dance production exploring the impact of social media on the young female generation and how it effects the perception of themselves and others in the world.
How many near death experiences have you had? One audience member in The Birth of Death directed by Yael Karavan claimed 10 or 11, which is as impressive as it is shocking.
Following award-winning, sell-out performances in Edinburgh and Adelaide, the magician-scientist hybrid returns.
A man wearing a black suit walks on stage.
Best Children’s Presentation winners at Adelaide Fringe 2016 and 2015, and runners-up for Children’s Choice Award 2016, the Trash Test Dummies are as full of laughs as their bins a…
“I’m sick to death of this particular self.
New parent? You’re probably in need of a laugh.
We are greeted by host, James Murfitt, who arrives dressed in sparkly trousers and a disco ball top hat, and explains that the show might be a little “illegal, illicit, illogical…
Hack Ballet’s “cool and flawless” dancers evoke the precarious boundaries between belonging and escape, in an eruption of emotionally charged and gracefully articulated contemporar…
Late Night Gimp Fight compile their best material from the last ten years to provide a crude and raucous evening of entertainment.
A hilarious cabaret musical about depression that sings and throws glitter about how it’s OK to not be OK.
This award-winning ensemble brings you folk tales of olden times from Japan, Germany, Australia, Iraq, Russia and Nigeria.
You may ask, why so remarkable? The answer is simple.
No one knows who the killer is, not even the cast!
The improvised comedy murder mystery is back! Following a sold-out run at Brighton Fringe 2017/2018, ‘CSI: Crime Scene Improvisa…
R&B legend presents his soulful journey exploring the jazz, blues, gospel and soul music of Ray Charles and his contemporaries.
Chores is the story of two typical young rascal boys playing in their messy bedroom.
Fresh from his sell-out Edinburgh Fringe run at the Pleasance Courtyard, Tom Brace brings a jam-packed hour of laughs and magic that you simply won’t believe! Expect the unexpected…
Is it wise to ask the questions you always wanted to ask?
‘Let’s Summon Demons’ is a semi-immersive folk horror play in the round.
Superstar disc jokey Juan Vesuvius delivers the greatest and strangest DJ set you’ve ever experienced.
Exciting, emotional and, most importantly, entertaining, Margo and Mr Whatsit is the tale of eight-and-a-half-year-old Sophia and her imaginary friend Mr Whatsit, an inseparable du…
There have been many adaptations of the book War Of The Worlds by H.
Have you ever wanted to be Beyoncé? Well, this 45 minute show is a light-hearted attempt to teach you to.
If you ever wondered what a fantastically dark comedy musical mash-up of the traditional tale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears and the classic 1998 film Lock, Stock and Two Smokin…
Once there was a boy and one day he found a penguin at his door.
There are two types of children in school: those that are openly weird and those that pretend to be normal to conceal their weirdness.
If you want a wonderful retelling and reimagining of the classic tale, told by two talented performers on a deliciously simple, yet complex, set, then look no further.
Award-winning entertainer and rhythm & blues legend returns to Brighton with his homage to the king of rock’n’roll, Chuck Berry.
“Well, that was much better than the Hamlet one,” an audience member noted to her friend as we filed out at the end of Shit-Faced Showtime: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
Two of Brighton’s most vibrant and exciting choirs - The Dulcetones and Brighton Swing Choir - join forces in a celebration of the magical power of singing.
A feel-good, interactive-theatre storytelling experience like no other! Let Mr Dilly take you on a journey of joy, laughter and fun into a world of wonder, using drama, music and i…
You’ve been invited into George Egg’s shed.
From the peaceful pleasures of Ratty’s beloved river bank to the fearful frights and wicked weasels of the Wild Wood, join Mole and Ratty on their marvellous adventures, along wi…
Edinburgh Comedy Award winners Max & Ivan (as seen on BBC2’s ‘W1A’ and heard on Radio 4’s ‘The Casebook of Max & Ivan’) bring their critically acclaimed origin story to Brighton, a…
A belly dance showcase presenting incredible talent from around the world.
What if Frankenstein’s monster were transported to our modern-day technological world and treated with the same fear and disgust he encountered in the original story? Not so hard…
An energy packed performance by the Musical Theatre Degree students at Northbrook MET.
Welcome, watchers of illusions, to a review that shall dispel your confusion.
The latest production from Windmill Young Actors attempts to explore the spirit of revolution and a multitude of ambitious ideas with varying degrees of success.
Vamos Theatre, in co-production with Mercury Theatre, have created a truly gorgeous piece of mask theatre looking at the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder.
When a tribe of flying people flock to their annual midsummer fair, one of their young is left behind in the forest.
Forget Spaceballs, there is a new sci-fi comedy champion in town.
Winner of Nordic Fringe Network Award at Brighton Fringe 2017.
Berkoff's East is one of the most powerful examinations of the white working class culture in England.
Shit-faced Shakespeare is one of those things you either love or hate, a bit like Stilton cheese or anchovies.
Returning to Brighton Fringe due to popular demand!
There’s chaos in the kitchen when Signor Baffo is left in charge.
Sketch phenomenon BEASTS return to Brighton with an hour of their best ever sketches.
As guilty pleasures go, a dose of Austen is probably as guilt free as they come.
Set in a Magritte-styled surreal 3-wall room, this performance installation explores how isolated individuals, who have experienced childhood trauma, overcome many difficulties i…
A truthful story for all dream-chasers, choreographed by Matthew Harding (Artistic Director, Urban Interface Dance UK.
I have a confession to make.
The multi-award winning 7ft GLAMONSTER is on a mission to CONQUER THE WORLD.
Join three delightful clowns who make waiting at a bus stop a tragically complicated affair.
Christopher Nibble and his best friend Posie have been busy growing plants and food in their garden whilst taking care of their six hairy pet caterpillars.
We have all been bored, trapped in monotony.
A unique combination of beatboxing, clowning, chaos and comedy and lasers!
The irrepressible Sirqus Alfon represent a high-tech genre entirely of their own.
Not sure what to see? Don’t fret, we’ve done the work for you and hand-picked this week’s top tips.
The washed-up boy band of sketch comedy are returning to Brighton with their first new show in four years.
Club Cairo presents an evening of live music, dance and theatre from the Middle East and beyond.
A sensational line-up of Fringe favourites assemble to launch Brighton Fringe 2018.
The legendary Fringe Club returns to the Warren in 2018 with it’s own version of the legendary night out, Silent Disco.
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