Thursday, September 19, 2019

BN1 recommends… Week 1 at Brighton Fringe

As we enter the most eagerly awaited month on Brighton's cultural calendar, Brighton Fringe kicks off today for a month of otherworldly shows. We...

Waiting For The Call’s Notflix at Brighton Fringe – review

Matthew Hughes laughs along with Waiting For The Call’s improv show, Notflix, as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
The acclaimed Waiting For The Call improv troupe return to Bighton Fringe with their hit show Notflix, an hour-long improvisational musical extravaganza based on...

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...

Cards Against Humanity: The Shame Show at Brighton Fringe – review

Matthew Mulvay reviews the hilarious Cards Against Humanity: The Shame Show, as it comes to Brighton Fringe
Back by popular demand after a sold out run at Brighton Fringe 2018, Cards Against Humanity, The Shame Show returned to the city this...

Totally Wired at Brighton Fringe – review

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Totally Wired may not be for you if you aren’t passionate about music, and if you dislike electronic music, you probably won’t enjoy its...

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....

Our Brighton Fringe Survival Guide 2019

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You’ve probably noticed something is happening around the city this month. There are more clowns than usual on the streets, multi-coloured tents are springing...

Crystalz Tavern comes to Brighton Fringe

This May, The Marlborough Theatre presents a tantalising transformation of the famously all-inclusive venue, curated and hosted by its co-director/founder Tarik Elmoutawakil. From Thursday...

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...

Victoria Suvoroff’s StalkHer – Brighton Fringe 2019

Victoria Suvoroff brings StalkHer to Gallery Lock In on Sat 3 May – Sun 2 June as part of Brighton Fringe 2019
Visual artist Victoria Suvoroff brings a compelling work to Gallery Lock In on Sat 3 May – Sun 2 June as part of Brighton...

As a Tiger in the Jungle – Brighton Fringe 2019

As a Tiger in the Jungle comes to Brighton Open Air Theatre on Weds 22 – Sat 25 May, as part of Brighton Fringe 2019
Cirkus Xanti (Norway) & Ali Williams Productions (Wales) present a strong and heart-warming performance about rescued child slaves from Indian traditional circus at Brighton...

THE LADY BOYS OF BANGKOK Brighton Fringe

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With entertainment soaring from start to finish at every performance, The Ladyboys of Bangkok is always brimming with magic. Originating out of Edinburgh in...