FRINGE 2018

FRINGE REVIEW: Joseph Morpurgo, Hammerhead

Hammerhead begins with THE END, the end of Morpurgo’s fictional, one man, 9 hour, 12 language adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, and with Morpurgo...

FRINGE REVIEW: HELP! I Think I Might Be Fabulous

It has been a good couple of years since I first discovered Alfie Ordinary, and although I see him fairly regularly on the LGBTQ...

FRINGE REVIEW – Passionate Machine

The doors to the theatre closed and the room darkened, leaving behind the summer-party feel of The Warren enclave. Rosy Carrick emerged, casually dressed, with...

FRINGE REVIEW: White Girls

Funny, gripping, emotional. White Girls does everything a comedy drama should do and it packs a political punch. The two woman show is based on real events...

FRINGE REVIEW: George Egg, DIY Chef

If you ever find yourself locked in a shed with only a wallpaper stripper and a ziplock bag of egg to hand, you might...

FRINGE REVIEW: Sh!t Faced Shakespeare’s Hamlet

The Sh!t-faced Shakespeare gang return to Brighton Fringe with a boozy production of the bard’s most dour tragedy, Hamlet.On Sunday night, a notably buzzing...

FRINGE REVIEW: DollyWould

“Can we, really quickly, talk about the boobs?” my companion asks later in the pub. Come the third week of May, there’s a certain...

VICTORIOUS! Victoria Wood tribute show comes to Brighton Fringe

Remember Victoria Wood? How could we forget! One of the most talented and frankly hilarious comedians to ever grace our screens. The decades she...

Best of Brighton Fringe: Comic Relief

Join Joel Dommett for a night of feverish laughing and hilarious, whacky comedy, as he hosts Brighton Fringe’s Comic Relief Live comedy extravaganza.After his...

FRINGE REVIEW: Brodi Snook: Babe

Vulgar, candid, and drier than a popcorn fart, Brighton's favourite Australian import Brodi Snook took a break from her successful career as a foot model...

FRINGE REVIEW: Gingzilla: Glamonster VS The World

When Gingzilla first accosts you in the queue, you realise how small you are in comparison to the 7ft heeled heroine (if you are...

Make the most of Brighton Fringe at The Warren

With the 2018 Brighton Fringe Festival having kicked off last week, this year’s attraction seems to be already drawn primarily to The Warren, the...