Brighton Fringe Venue Focus: The Warren

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Otherplace run The Warren each ear at Brighton Fringe, offering a vast amount of theatre, comedy, music and much more.



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I want to see… at The Warren

Our quirky and helpful show finding tool.

I want to see…

… a show about Max Miller. Then see The Cheeky Chappie

… some varbatim theatre. Then see #BeMoreMartyn

… some solo political spoken word. Then see A Self Help Guide to Being in Love With Jeremy Corbyn

… a Gaulier-trained clown duo. Then see Kate & Ilyssa Present: The Best Ritual

… some family-friendly science puppetry. Then see Micobodyssey

… some acclaimed LGBTQ theatre. Then see All I See is You

… a darkly funny psychological thriller. Then see Viggo the Viking Showmanship

… a magic show about magic. Then see Thomas Dixon: the Secrets of Magic

… an Aussie Soap-Opera, Musical Comedy. Then see Summer Street – The Hilarious, Aussie Soap-Opera, Musical Comedy

… some sketch comedy. Then see Mother: Character Assassination

… Ray Charles. Then see Movin’ Melvin Brown: The Ray Charles Experience

… a one-woman physical theatre/clowning show. Then see Unlovable

… some Shakespeare, reinvented. Then see A Winter’s Tale

… an absurd multimedia pelt through the history of everything. Then see Daniel Nils Roberts: The History of the World in 1 Hour

… some modern dance/ballet. Then see Elicitations

… Marlene Dietrich. then see Dressing Up Dietrich

… some improvised comedy. Then see CSI: Crime Scene Improvisation

… some acrobatics. Then see Chores

… some spoken word – Dr Seuss for grownups. Then see An Adult Dr Seuss

… some biographical theatre, the story of Dolly Parton. Then see The Dolly Parton Story

… an award-winning rapper/storyteller. Then see Baba Brinkman’s Rap Guide to…

… an award-winning youth theatre company. Then see Everywhere

… some longform improvisational theatre – a bittersweet play that tells the inside story of one couple’s relationship. Then see Between Us

… some unmissable family-friendly musical edutainment. Then see Ensonglopedia of British History

… a very late night comedy show. Then see The Late Show

… a fully improvised musical. Then see Notflix

… a gag-packed storytelling sketch show. Then see Fix My Brain

We’ll be adding more recommendations in the run up to, and during the Fringe.



Link Collage

Here is our visual way to fins a show at the Warren.

There are so many words on offer these days that a picture really can paint a thousand words.

We have trawled the Warren programme for our recommendations and present them to you here in picture form.

Simply click on an image that draws you and start booking…

  

  

  

  

  

We’ll be growing out link collage in the run up to, and during the Fringe.



Keyword Chaos at the Warren

We’ve selected evocative phrases from the Warren programme.

Click on the ones that intrigue you and you might just find the show you need to see…

“He has seen many things, and done worse. But is he alive or dead? Are we slaves to past actions, or do they make us stronger?”

An actual artificial intelligence-based chatbot tries to pass as human as it sends lines to one of the improvisers via an earpiece. Our impossible and hilarious challenge is to justify physical and emotional lines that make no sense at all.

“Q. What happens when you move a 12-year-old from Basingstoke to Zambia? A. She swims.”

“We guarantee to erase your memories of childhood and replace them with better ones.”

“See the world through the eyes of the honeybee. A comedy set in a world of climate destruction and disappearing bees.”

“She begins to remember a time when life was simpler – before lonely nights on Tinder and existential doubt – a time of sun, certainty and the holy spirit. But how much masturbating on a toilet is she willing to sacrifice for the sweet caress of community?”

“Get ready for an activity-filled weekend with two men who wish they were your dad (but who are glad he went to prison.) Who needs a father figure when you can have two? Hey, what’s with all these “where’s my real dad” faces? Strap in for the trip of a lifetime with the men who make your mum happy!”

“Enter a space where the rules of gravity are bent and broken.”

He turns his everyday routine into a life bursting with wonder and music. The funny and moving story of an extraordinary mind gone rogue.

We’ll be adding more recommendations in the run up to, and during the Fringe.