Brighton Fringe 2018
A Search For Meaning In A World Of Illusion
A century after the Russian Revolution - where is Revolution today?
This Fine Mess Is Defintely Worth The Trip
A morality tale - with snakes.
An Intimate Portrayal of an Aging Icon As He Drifts Into Obscurity
A Madcap Mashup of Circus and Storytelling with a Little Tango for Extra Spice
A heartrending tragic-comedy one-man show about memory, Scrabble and Alzheimer’s.
Many arts-driven people forced into the corporate world might well see this play answers their condition like few others.
A new comedy show about friendship, digital media, social isolation and loneliness.
A profoundly disturbing updating of 'Lolita'
It’s in NT’s best American vein. Forget Rehearsed Reading. It’s the real thing.
It’s a work with much to tell us: of the unlooked-for consequences of a buried war. Of elective affinities and choosing to adopt the war-bereft, whatever condition they’re in.
Your invitation to attend an execution
One-man homage to classic westerns delivered at a break-neck speed.
A Fantastical Family Adventure with a Lot of Heart
If you decide on one storytelling piece of theatre in this half of the Fringe, I doubt you’ll do better than experience this.
Not the Last Post for this Thought-Provoking War Story
"A passionate, storytelling show with live cinematic music about war and peace, acts of heroism, and the love for life."
I can predict that by the end of its run, this should be the most outstanding one-person show you’ll see in the last week.
Time-travelling to the past, to try to save a Futurist.
Guardian obituary, 2008. ‘Ken Campbell was one of the most original and unclassifiable talents in British theatre of the past half-century.’ It just happens that his daughter Daisy is both that and far more. She’s one of the most cunning crafters of comedy and storytelling in the anti-business
Full-on wacky energy with impressive physical theatre and dance.
Not Your Typical Day At The Office
A masterclass in storytelling using physical theatre, puppetry, song and dance, and audience interaction
A show about freedom. Funny, subversive, deeply philosophical - and beautiful.
Genet's masterpiece in a new translation
A perfectly rendered, heart-warming, necessary light in the darkest of moments.
of you and won’t let go. Most theatre makers of whatever stripe are pretty clear Ken’s a game changer.
This is a gem of many colours. Do see it. The miraculous construction’s matched by Jordan’s storytelling and sense of dark mischief. In Jordan’s hands it’s a re-possession of lost innocence by a strange sleight of a knowing child.
A Wonderful and Whimsical Family Adventure
A show with a wise sweetness at its core; a brightness to cast the growing shadows out there.
An Absurd Look At The State We're In...And What Might Happen Next
An uninvited journalist knocks on the door of a Holocaust survivor, for an unexpected interview.
Susanne Crosby’s Waiting for is a four-hander with a social reckoning, and very unexpected plot point. The audience was packed. There’s a quietly sad magic to this low-key play; people recognize themselves in it. It speaks.
There’s first-class musical entertainment here, crouched under the disguise of a schoolboy plot. Irresistible.
BLT have produced in less than two weeks two outstandingly fine full-length productions. This latest offering confirms this theatre’s confidence in producing stark contrasts: an unfashionable yet horribly topical drop of silence into a bustling city.
Clever but raw self-referential storytelling that will likely divide audiences
Inside the head of a madman.