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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!

More shows are added each day.

I want to see…

At the Junction Cafe


… the highs and lows of Lee Miller’s turbulent life. Then see ‘The Angel and The Fiend’

… some 19th Century drama. Then see ‘Sweethearts’ and ‘The Hooligan’ by W. S. Gilbert

… some new writing and physical theatre. Then see Scorched

… a one-man comedy about parenthood. Then see Bad Dad

… a family slideshow with a bloodcurdling ending, acclaimed at Amsterdam Fringe. Then see Daddy Day: Bert Hana

The Eulogy of Toby Peach

… a young man’s journey with cancer. Then see The Eulogy of Toby Peach

… a fresh look at Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet from the Nurse’s point of view. Then see According to Angelica

… the true story of Basil Hallam and Forces’ sweetheart, lesbian, Elsie Janis. Then see Fall of Duty

… Stiles and Drewe’s sensational, rude and loveable musical of Alan Bennett’s ‘A Private Function’. Then see Betty Blue Eyes

Buzz: A New Musical

… a highly reviewed new musical. Then see Buzz: A New Musical

… a  sardonic comedy, set in a London psychiatric hospital. Then see Blue/Orange

… a new, experimental black comedy. Then see At the Junction Cafe

…a new absurdist play. Then see Dot. Dot. Dot.

…A funny, delicate love story by an award-winning writer. Then see Blink by Phil Porter

… a funny, fast paced retelling of Dracula. Then see Dracula

… solo farcical comedy, poetic storytelling and an unfolding mystery. Then see Cracked Tiles (We enjoyed it at Edinburgh Fringe)

… some Sherlock Holmes. Then see The Accidental Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

… a solo play about Eglantyne Jebb, a courageous, passionate, Edwardian human rights activist. Then see Eglantyne

… a play that explores the impact of early onset dementia. Then see Don’t Leave Me Now

… the brand-new show by multi-award-winning  John Hinton, with a song about science for every letter of the alphabet. Then see Ensonglopedia of Science

… the story of the all-woman gang which terrorized London for over 100 years. Then see The Elephant Girls

… a new play about the collision of imagination, memory and loss. Then see Bug Camp

… a one-man tragicomedy about struggle, wisdom, dignity and swearing. Lots of swearing. Then see Doing What It Says On The Tin

… a piece of theatre about sight loss. Then see Catching the Ghost

… a short adaptation of Shakespeare’s ‘King Lear’. Then see A Fool and Three Courses

… a multi-award-winning adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s short story ‘Diary of a Madman’. Then see Dangled

… a production that was Shortlisted for Brighton Fringe Award 2015. Then see Bones

… a piece about The Bethnal Green Tube Disaster. Then see Bethnal Green

The Girl Who Fell in Love With The Moon

… a  Tim Burton-esque patchwork of puppetry, poetry, movement and live music. Then see The Girl Who Fell in Love With The Moon

… autobiography, grotesque and physical comedy. Then see Generation Why

… family-friendly Indian legends are brought to life through table top and shadow puppetry, with live music. Then see Ganesha! Ganesha!

… some Forum Theatre. Then see Between You and Me

… a satire of the Calais Jungle. Then see Borderline

… some dinner comedy theatre. Then see Faulty Towers The Dining Experience


… a comedic solo show about life, love and happiness. Then see 10 Steps to Happiness

… the true story of Brexit. Then see The Brexorcist


Cabaret From The Shadows

… an eclectic mix of theatre, dark comedy and live music, featuring charmingly anarchic characters. Then see Cabaret From The Shadows

Music and Musicals

…a ‘Shirley Valentine’ tale for the 21st century with songs from the Rat Pack repertoire. Then see Deep in the Heart of Me

More to come.