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I Want To See…at Brighton Fringe

Here’s our unique guide to help you find a show to see at the Brighton Fringe. We’ve pulled out the popular, the weird and the eclectic. So, scan down and get booking!

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I want to see…

Shit-faced Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice

Theatre Themes and topics…

… a show about Parenthood. Then see A Billion Days of Parenthood

…something ghostly and esoteric. Then see Séance

… a romantic comedy. Then see 2 Complicated

… something historical. Then see A Good Jew

… something historical and moving. Then see A Good Jew

Theatre and Entertainment Icons and Famous People…

… some Edgar Allen Poe. Then see Tales of Mystery and Imagination

… some Edith Piaf. Then see Piaf: Love Conquers All

Something different…

…a show with verbal percussion, eloquent bodies and original live music. Then see Hardly Still Walking, Not Yet Flying

… some magic and mentalism. Then see Caspar Thomas: Magic & Mentalism

… some quirky theatre. Then see Parish Fete-ality: A Game of Scones

Classical and Shakespeare

… something themed on Shakespeare but not by him. Then see Something Rotten

… some drunken bard. Then see Shit-faced Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice

… some Shakespeare in socks. Then see Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre Do Shakespeare

… a Shakespeare mafiosi mashup. Then see The Merchant of New York

… some transgendered Bard. Then see Transgendered Shakespeare

… some pure, untainted  Shakespeare. Then see A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Comedy

… some top drawer improv comedy. Then see The Maydays present: Pitch That Show

… some stand-up comedy for under a fiver . Then see Ade Foiadelli: Arrow Meet Brain

… an hour of stand-up, comedic storytelling, and musical comedy. Then see Chick Ass Comedy

… a play about parents and family. Then see Gods Are Fallen And All Safety Gone

… an acclaimed solo show about the First World War. Then see The Unknown Soldier

… globe-trotting, multi-award-winning character chameleons. Then see Max and Ivan: Unstoppable

… some political satire. Then see The Treason Show: Festival Special

… a 12 hour marathon of unstoppable panel show mayhem. Then see Imaginary Porno Charades

… some political stand-up. Then see Ten Things I Hate about UKIP

… some comedy about the digital world. Then see A Digital Legacy

… some jokes and absurd poetry. Then see Pete Strong: Self-Sabotage, a Work in Progress

… a Cornish amputee stand-up comedian. Then see Leggoland

… some different improv comedy. Then see Off the Cuff: Crime and Funishment