A millennial rabbit wants to find love, but she’s having some serious problems with her contraception.
One woman, Fiona Clift, presents many women.
A comedy cabaret (or summin’ like that) that asks the question: Have you ever just closed your eyes and hoped that it’ll all just go away? This is a bracing, booming and brash…
Fred Strangebone has created a monster.
The Trial tells a story of a transgender woman as she returns to the town she grew up in.
Prepare for a hilarious hour of (awkward) romance, (sloppy) action and (tenuous) espionage! ‘Defective Inspector’ is the latest whirlwind comedy from emerging theatre company Laugh…
A combination of clowning, stand-up, storytelling and gameplay that gives the audience the opportunity to create the ultimate relationship ‘to do list’.
“I went to bible camp to meet boys and I met a man.
David and Sam know every story ever told.
“Genuinely hilarious” (Inter:Mission) two-person double-act Tom & Ollie present their new sketch fiesta.
An Adult Dr Seuss is a one-man-show by performance poet Geoff Allnutt, AKA The Speech Painter.
Actor Andrew Byron devised his one-man show, The Good Russian, in response to the many bad Russians he’s played across his career.
Meet Vicki and Pat, two 30-somethings who meet by the pool on an all-inclusive holiday in Fuerteventura.
An improv comedy show and a live Turing test science experiment: an actual artificial intelligence-based chatbot tries to pass as human as it sends lines to one of the improvisers …
A riotously surreal concoction of clown, kitsch and nonsense from Leebo Luby (London SketchFest 2015 finalist).
If you think that it’s important to know where your towel is, and you know the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything, then I have a treat for you.
Lucy’s met people who know what the world needs.
James’ grandad was World Middleweight Champion.
A raucous, two-woman comedy of idiots! Following sold-out shows in New York, this Gaulier-trained clown duo will guide you through their version of a sacred ritual for spiritual en…
The end is nigh, reads the plaque, but it’s only the beginning.
Set in a dingy two-bed flat in London, ‘Have You Heard About Guy?’ is the story of Frank and George, two struggling actresses living in a pre-#MeToo world.
How hard is it to say ‘I love you’ when you truly mean it? For Sam, it’s very hard.
In this performance installation inspired by Alfred Jarry’s Ubu Roi, visitors are immersed in a satirical world of abusive borders, power and greed.
Happenings Theatre Company and 5 times sell-out Pop Heart Productions present the world premiere of their new collaboration.
Stephen Don’s one-man show has him reading his long short story which is about a violent young man with a penchant for Japanese films and samurai swords.
The only fast-paced pun-tastic bready-brilliant absurd sketch comedy show about a sailor with a beard made of bread that you knead to see this year! Have you taken the time to co…
The fringe of the Fringe, full of wonder and whimsy.
Jack Mosedale and Laura Curnick are MOTHER.
Feeling othered and unwelcome in London, Daisy returns to Poland just before Christmas after almost a decade of absence.
Smoke and Mirrors Theatre explores the idea of life and loss, light and dark and the people that pop up to save you when you feel like you’re drowning.
‘It’s Britney, Bitches!’ is a new verbatim piece about the fans of international superstar Britney Spears.
Join freelance first aid instructor Roger Clammy on this taster course covering some of the most essential life-saving skills.
Styling itself as a 'heartfelt and hilarious musical tribute' to the city of Brighton, All Things Brighton Beautiful utterly triumphs as a celebration of everything we love…
Ridiculous Honeybee Sci-fi.
70’s sitcom star Yootha Joyce, dubbed “a lady who never complained” by Kenneth Williams, has had enough.
A one-woman musical about the rise and fall of 1960s pop star Angèle, whose downfall involves a doomed love triangle and career-rocking scandal.
HoneyBee, written and performed by Eleanor Dillon-Reams, is a coming of age story that follows lovely Kate and her ‘ketamine kissed’ pals to a festival.
King Sammy Silver returns to Brighton Fringe with his award-winning (Pebble Trust Bursary 2018), delightfully queer comedy cabaret, ‘Sass, Sex and Surrealness’.
What do evil tomatoes, heroic banjos and a recovering executive have in common? Former executive Keith Alessi reinvents himself as a writer-performer and banjo enthusiast to tell u…
Award-nominated stand-up Jim Campbell descends from a murderous Scottish clan and has inherited their rage.
Max Levine and Anna Piper recorded themselves for a year to find the funniest sketch ideas to put into the show.
Brighton’s beloved improv troupe Tea & Toast presents a warm and witty musical comedy, made up before your eyes.
If someone had told me that my favourite show of the Fringe this year would be about a 1.
HERSTORY recounts the stories of ten women from across history, through their own eyes.
180! Jody Kamali is hapless Mike Daly.