Tuesday, November 12, 2019

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...

Virginia Woolf’s Orlando – Brighton Fringe 2019

Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, adapted by Sarah Ruhl, comes to The Hat @ The Warren on Sun 12 – Mon 13 May (7.25pm) as part of Brighton Fringe 2019
Skilfully adapted by Sarah Ruhl, Virginia Woolf’s Orlando comes to Brighton Fringe on Sun 12 - Mon 13 May. When Virginia Woolf sat down...

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...

THE LADY BOYS OF BANGKOK Brighton Fringe

Lady Boys(1)
With entertainment soaring from start to finish at every performance, The Ladyboys of Bangkok is always brimming with magic. Originating out of Edinburgh in...

Electric at Brighton Fringe – review

Why does swearing sound so good with an Irish accent? I heard a selection of profanities at Electric, a play by Ali Hardiman and performed...

Win a family ticket to Brighton Fringe show, ‘The Remarkable Friendship...

The Takeover Twiins are giving you a chance to win four tickets** to their Brighton Fringe show, The Remarkable Friendship of Molly and Munch....

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,...

In the Shadow of the Black Dog at Brighton Fringe –...

Germaine Broadbent explores the human condition with Daniel Hallissey’s In the Shadow of the Black Dog, as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019.
“Jesus' ascension into heaven was not an ending, but a beginning for humanity,” says a live mass on Radio 4 as I get in...

Mitch Benn: Doing It On Purpose at Brighton Fringe – review

Hannah Deakin reviews Mitch’s Benn: Doing It On Purpose as ot comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
It’s very easy these days to descend into a political rant and talk about saving the world. What isn’t so easy is to make what...

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...

BN1 recommends… Week 3 at Brighton Fringe 2019

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

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....