COMEDY

Win a pair of tickets to see Ardal O’Hanlon at the...

The Showing Off Must Go OnBN1 Magazine has teamed up with the Brighton Dome to offer two pairs of tickets to give away as...

BN1 chats with… Ari Shaffir

Holding no interest in being ‘woke’ or politically correct, Ari Shaffir could be one of his generation’s most dangerous comedians. Suspended from Twitter and...

BN1 chats to… Mae Martin

ARE YOU LOOKING FORWARD TO RETURNING TO BRIGHTON? I LOVE BRIGHTON. I had the best jacket potato of my LIFE in Brighton. I still think...

Ten years of Otherplace Productions

Not just celebrating ten years of diverse and wonderful programming, but also a decade of involvement with Brighton Fringe, Otherplace Productions are pulling out...

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...

REVIEW: Lava Elastic, Sweet Venues

“Sarah’s just gone to get her face,” booms a voice; the “lovely audience” are then summoned to their seats. Lava Elastic is a monthly...

Win! Stewart Lee @ Brighton Dome tickets and a copy of...

Widely regarded as one of Britain’s sharpest comedy minds, Stewart Lee is touring the nation with two brilliant new 60-minute sets, which he’s performing...

Eastenders’ Lisa Hammond returns to the stage with two-woman comedy/theatre show

For many contemporary actors, theatre is their home - it’s where many start their careers; a place where they feel most comfortable. Actor and...

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...

REVIEW: Stand Up & Slam Brighton

I’ll happily admit, I’m a little wary of poetry. My ingrained impression of it is populated by sorrowful characters pouring out the fragility of...

Robin Driscoll – the Mr Bean writer talks about his debut...

From the misadventures of the quintessentially awkward, Reliant Robin-hating, Englishman, to a chancer on the run with stolen mob money, Robin Driscoll places larger-than-life...

BN1 chats to… Austentatious

Imagine having to act out an entirely improvised comedy play, constructed from a title from the audience, whilst in the style of a Jane...