Thursday, December 5, 2019

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...

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,...

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...

All Work, No Play at Brighton Fringe – review

Rose Lock reviews All Work, No Play, as it comes to Brighton Fringe
Solo performer Alexander Grieve has set himself a challenge. It’s not often you see a one man show with no dialogue, but Grieve has...

BN1 recommends… Week 2 at Brighton Fringe

The Geminus - John Black as Hotson
The Remarkable Friendship of Molly and Munch Molly is an eight-year-old genius and Munch is a giant talking dinosaur. Molly brought her once stuffed toy...

Hypnotique’s Totally Wired at Brighton Fringe – review

Hypnotique totally wired
Whether your interest in electronic music is casual – you bought a Yazoo or Hot Chip album back in the day – or more...

Beauty and the Beast at Brighton Fringe – review

Harriet Trickett reviews Jellyfish Theatre Company’s magical production of Beauty and the Beast as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
Jeanne Marie de Beaumont’s classic tale Beauty and the Beast was retold for children at this year's Brighton Fringe. Jellyfish Theatre Company made their Fringe...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Trash Test Dummies comes to Brighton Fringe

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Calling all recycling fanatics - Put out your bins! Cleaning up the streets and stages of Brighton this May, are the award-winning wheelie bin masters...