Thursday, September 19, 2019

Stealth Aspies at Brighton Fringe – review

Pointedly introduced in the third-person – ‘This is Thomas’ – ‘This is Rebecca’ – ‘This is Hannah’ –Stealth Aspies punctuated their performance with verbatim...

2100: A Space Novelty at Brighton Fringe – review

Nammie Matthews checks out the brilliant 2100: A Space Novelty as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
Floating in a spaceship somewhere in the big black void, our hapless human thinks he’s alone. His ship, Jane, tells him there’s a 0.0000008%...

Revelations at Brighton Fringe – review

Rose Lock reviews Revelations as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
In this frank and funny one-woman show, actress and writer Charlotte Mulliner plays many parts as she takes us on a lapsed Christian’s personal...

A Long Way Down at Brighton Fringe – review

Ben Norris reviews A Long Way Down, as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
Proudly lo-fi, the second outing from DOGMA theatre productions is a touching, intimate portrayal of confused identity and the difficulties we face in accepting...

Blue Planet III at Brighton Fringe – review

Nammie Matthews reviews Bright Buoy’s Blue Planet III, as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
If there was ever a time to make a show about plastic pollution in our seas, this would probably be it. Fortunately, cult clown collective...

Lachlan Werner’s What A Doll at Brighton Fringe – review

James Langley reviews Lachlan Werner’s skilful What A Doll, as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
Though many dismiss ventriloquism as a gimmick, the great strength of the art is in transforming a solo performer into an apparent double act. Young...

Euan at Brighton Fringe – review

Ben Norris reviews Euan - a dark, ridiculous and brazenly charming production at Brighton Fringe 2019
From this one simple question, the team at ChewBoy Productions proceed to tumble through an hour of confrontational absurdist comedy where nothing should be...

Shi*t Scripts: Bad Manors at Brighton Fringe – review

The Shi*t Scripts crew, amicably directed by Annie Harris, endeavour to realise a play scripted by Annie’s former beau ‘Zach’ when he was 15....

The Geminus comes to Rialto Theatre part of Brighton Fringe

The Geminus Brighton Fringe
Blue Devil Productions are taking a fresh look at a classic literary work for Brighton Fringe 2019, discovering if it might offer hidden or...

BN1 recommends… Week 4 at Brighton Fringe Festival

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There's still time to catch one of our recommended shows at this year's Fringe festival! Why not immerse yourself in a suspenseful romance with The...

Macbeth at Preston Old Church- Brighton Fringe review

Simon Murnau reviews This Is My Theatre’s Macbeth at Brighton’s Preston Old Church during its Brighton Fringe 2019 run
Part of This Is My Theatre’s modus operandi is to stage their adaptations of classical plays in ancient buildings, and this year the young,...

BN1 recommends… Week 3 at Brighton Fringe 2019

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By now, we hope you have enjoyed a drink or two at the new site for The Warren or an evening at Brighton Spiegeltent....