Good evening and welcome to The Nearly News Show, live from The Brighton Fringe.
What a saucy kitten! Emperor clown Christian Brighty presents an absurd love letter to play, romance & stupidity.
Tom ‘The Haircut’ Ward is back.
The fabulous Flat & The Curves are here to wake you from your COVID-mare and bring live back to life!
Thee sweary songbirds, bring you original tunes, a lot of LOLs and more glit…
“Tarts and barmaids, I just took whatever came along!”
West End Diva Rosemary Ashe pays tribute to national treasure and long-term Brighton resident, Dora Bryan, whose showbi…
“The child screamed on the inside knowing the universe must have made a mistake.
“Come on in, the water’s fine.
Award-winning actress presents a different take on the well-established tales of addiction.
Little girls are made of sugar and spice and all things NAUGHTY.
“The woods would be very silent if no birds sang except those that sang best.
Shelf are a musical comedy double act.
The shy, anxious joke-writer for a famous comedian accidentally crashes into the stand-up spotlight and decides to stay.
A string of questionable relationships leaves one painfully optimistic girl grappling with the realisation that she doesn’t know how to be both happy and alone.
When two alien women wash up on the shores of earth in their seashell spaceship all the way from Venus to lose their virginity, they are in for a shock to discover what lies before…
All the best jokes I’ve ever written and also some others.
A person with whom one works in a profession or business.
“I could check to see if they’ve blocked porn on the work computer.
Follow the Gays’ tantalising tales of devious destruction as they battle the heinous Hetero Sector! Enjoy a drink or two as a colourful cacophony of creativity causes chaos right…
In the early hours a 22-year-old man sits in silence at his local kebab shop.
The true story of Joseph Carey Merrick, aka The Elephant Man, told in song.
These Folk is a tight, funny, beautiful and heart-warming show performed by two of the most experienced (and Olivier Award-winning) improvisers in the UK.
Ever had an annoying friend that just won’t go away? Queenie has.
Farting at a funeral.
An absurd two-hander comedy sketch show about a sailor with a beard made of bread and his sidekick, Davy Scones.
“Just pat her on the bottom and send her on her way” – Boris Johnson.
Pole Vault synthesises dynamic physical theatre, classically trained traditional dance and powerful narrative.
The award-winning sketch group are back in Brighton with over 60 sketches in 60 minutes! “Dropped something? Don’t even think about picking it up as you’ll probably miss an entire …
Juliet is about to kill herself.
Now in her mid-forties, Kathleen sits anxiously waiting for the arrival of the man whom she gave up for adoption thirty years before.
A wheel of fortune, karaoke and strongbow dark fruits - everything you need for a good show right? Well, add in a story of a female friendship that has an expiration date, a love l…
A rip-roaring improvised comedy show where teams battle it out in a high-octane, high-energy and high-stakes competition.
Sleeping tigers, Matty Hutson and Heidi Regan tread the boards once more after a year of laying dormant due to the ‘big pandemic’.
The first ever multilingual improvised theatre show powered by artificial intelligence! It is performed by an international troupe of humans and robots.
What if the last time you dated, you were doused in Impulse Body Spray and The Spice Girls were at number one? Finding a phwoar-some trouser-shape to replace her ex-husband won’t…
A dark comedy about lying together, from the award-winning comedians behind CSI: Crime Scene Improvisation and Sturike Comedy.
Would you exchange sex for eternal bliss? Don’t worry, everyone in the afterlife thinks that’s bonkers, too.
Incognito Theatre burst onto the Brighton Fringe with their raucous and riotously funny new comedy: The Net Kill.
“Oh, we have sharks here.
Two transgender performers say, “up yours!” to the gender binary and invite you to their radical dance party!
Under disco lights, over pulsing music, a queer celebration takes pl…
A baby rolls into their lives, literally, and it belongs to none of them.
“People think a uniform is an outer skin; that, once you put it on, you are an officer, that you take it off at the end of the day and become yourself again.
’Tis the season to be ‘Julie’ with the return of this critically acclaimed Off Broadway and West End hit.
You may be asking “Who even is Sam Carlyle?”, but after this cabaret you’ll certainly know her name (along with way too much else .
An adrenaline-fuelled improvised comedy show where two teams go head-to-head to see who can make the audience laugh the hardest.
In this new show, singer-songwriter Gary Edward Jones not only recites the music of one of his idols but also tells the unique story of Paul Simon combining visuals, stage design a…
Joe and Mikey are Lovely Boys.
Jody Kamali presents some of his favourite characters in this multi-character comedy/variety show.
Hold onto your doublets, ruffs and trunk hose! The Bard is back.
One winter, Oldilocks finds a teddy bear in the park and remembers a delicious bowl of porridge she tasted years ago in the woods.
What does it mean to be human? Local science-singer-songwriter John Hinton has not one answer, but twenty-six, one for each letter of the alphabet, and he’s turned them all into …
The twin tricksters perform magic and comedy inspired by clichés surrounding twins.
Something beautiful is broken.
In August 2013, Shane Warne (Australian cricketing legend) drove Orlando Gibbs (generic English person) to just outside Wales.
3 - 5th June - Siblings & Sami
Character comedians Maddy and Marina Bye are returning to Brighton but this time they have turned up with one of the best clown comics in the UK, Sam…
Follow Sherlock Holmes and his incomparable sidekick Dr John Watson on this riveting, hitherto unpublished case .
A brief journey into the careers, friendship and playful rivalry of Noel Coward and Cole Porter, two theatrical giants of the 20th Century, mainly focusing on their passion for tra…
Where do our missing socks go? Do they end up down the plug hole or do they go sunbathing in the Caribbean?
Milo thinks that wearing odd socks is embarrassing, so his weird and w…
In September of 2019 I was depressed so I decided to stop drinking and review tinned soup on Instagram.
Cake is the debut hour from stand-up comedian, Sam Lake.
Giggle till your jaw drops off with this silly, interactive, family-fun performance.
As the public discourse on trans people becomes more toxic in the UK, comedian and trans-woman Jen Ives is here to sort it all out, hun.
Alan and Ron are sweaty.
What happens when two children’s storytellers arrive at the same place at the same time to tell their stories? And what happens if both of them think they are THE Storyteller? A …
‘Den of Enquiry’ gets kids talking about democracy by having fun with rhythms and rhymes.
Meet Miss Donny.
Kenny Shallows has always dreamt of being a poolside lifeguard, but when he gets a place at the lifeguarding school of his dreams, he finds he is a small fish in a big pond - that …
Simon David (“A hoot”, The Guardian) belongs to the most toxic, self-destructive and, frankly, annoying demographic there is: the white gay.
After selling out their 2018 and 2019 Brighton Fringe shows and lighting up The Warren’s Summer Season, Do the Thing are here for you in 2021.
In ‘SH!T SHOW’, The Bobolyne Poets play among the pigeons, get therapy with Danny Dyer and leave something nasty in the Saatchi.
A big-eyed, big-haired thing in a turtleneck exposes the infidelities of your cutlery drawer.
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