Wednesday, January 29, 2020

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...

Joke Boys at Brighton Fringe – review

Germaine Broadbent reviews Joke Boys, as their show hits Arista Café as part of Brighton Fringe 2019
From dog vaginas to fake adults, racist children and genocide, Joke Boys has all the ingredients of good wholesome (not really) comedy and we even...

Brighton Drag Pageant 2019 – review

Matthew Hughes loses his drag-inity at Brighton Drag Pageant 2019
Nude clowns, dog leashed hunks and an 18-rated Hokey Cokey – my drag virginity was well and truly shattered at the three and a...

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...

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...

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....

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...

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,...

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...

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...

MYBRIGHTON & HOVE Photo Project – Unframed Lives comes to Brighton...

MYBRIGHTON & HOVE Photo Project exhibition, Unframed Lives, comes to One Church Brighton on Mon 13 - Fri 31 May 2019
Unframed Lives is a photographic exhibition, panel event and installation for Brighton Fringe in May 2019. It’s a creative collaboration between people who have experienced homelessness,...

Al Lubel at Brighton Fringe 2019 – review

Logan MacLeod reviews American stand-up Al Lubel, as he comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
A man sat outside the Artista Cafe, drinking and taking in the sea views he was peaceful and ponderous like the evening's atmosphere. If...