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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…

… some theatre about a Victorian writer. Then see Anna

… some classic Greek drama. Then see Medea

… a satirical and farcical immersive theatrical experience based on a visit to that wonderful and familiar world of The Job Centre. Then see The Job Centre

… a play about a murderer. Then see Myra

… a show that combines the medium of video games with interactive theatre in a live game show setting. Then see Press Start to Play

… an interactive show hosted by a phone. Then see Pals

… an outdoor opera. Then see La bohème

… a D.I.Y comedy chef. Then see George Egg: DIY Chef

… some Flamenco dance. Then see Flamenco with Alma Gitana

… a new piece of devised work making its debut at this year’s Brighton Fringe. Then see All Work, No Play

… some surreal comedy. Then see Twonkey’s Night Train to Liechtenstein

… some acclaimed physical comedy. Then see The Establishment: Le Bureau De Strange

… a play, later adapted by Alfred Hitchcock, loosely based on a true murder case. Then see Rope

… a stand-up comedy show about making extremely bad decisions for happiness. Then see Bonqrz

…  a stand-up show from two of London’s best new acts, who regularly perform at the Comedy Store. Then see Beasts

More to come.