Saturday, October 19, 2019

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...

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...

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...

Railed at Brighton Fringe – review

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It’s Magic Mike meets Clint Eastwood in this acrobatic adventure presented by Head First Acrobats - the Aussie kings of narrative circus. Set somewhere in...

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....

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...

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...

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...

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...

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%...

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...