Brighton Fringe 2019
To boldly go where some people have gone before, but to do it really really well.
Ceci n’est pas de deux
A sovereign production: one of Pretty Villain’s finest.
If you can, make this your last stop on the Fringe.
A must-see for anyone who values fine drama.
If this territory appeals, Marsh’s is the show to head for.
a superbly realised piece, vying with Carding’s own outstanding Quintessence.
A night of rocking guitars and melancholy piano, with an incredible voice throw in for good measure
“An inspirational and dynamic showcase of the next generation of dancers under the guidance of Brighton based, Ceyda Tanc”
An unplugged and unchained affirmation of the physical world.
An unmitigated yell for old-school feminism
A stinging look at modern love and betrayal.
The story of he leper priest of Moloka'i and patron saint of outcasts.
Engaging comedy in the hands of a skilled performer
Authoritative and insightful.
Intimate, funny, moving - a brilliant one-(wo)man show!
If you enjoy Ayckbourn, catch this in Edinburgh.
“An ambitious work, exploring the emotional complexities in relationships”
A Thought Provoking and Sagacious Escapade into an End of the World Immersive Experience
Brighton's rude, raucous and highly entertaining female comedy group
A gag-packed storytelling sketch show about what happens when your brain won’t let you be happy
A beautifully realised, genre-crossing show that stands out from the crowd
For the play and Sorcha Brooks particularly it’s a must-see.
A play everyone should see – and a first-rate revival.
A strong, committed production of a very fine comedy
A joyful Friday night wander/ dance off
The Alford touch is worth a diversion for. Or a trunk call.
“A slick combination of politically driven theatre, dance and comedy with more than a touch of the Blarney…”
In all the flurry of Fringe, don’t miss this gem.
“A powerful and confrontational solo dance performance”
Fast paced Sci-Fi Farce
You’d be hopping mad to miss this. It’s very bunny.
Written and performed by Jody Kamali
A stunning world-class recital.
Satirical impressions from a rising star
Ooohoo Bibshkis! Hyper Queen Kiki Mellék's Brighton Fringe Debut!
“A fusion of the modern and the mythic, questioning our place in the modern world”
Ding dong the witch is bonkers
“A playfully contemplative lecture performance, posing challenging questions about the language of contemporary dance.”
A week in the life of an underground mosquito
How many ensembles can boast of an Ayckbourn first outside Scarborough?
Where is Oskar? A fun- filled children’s play at the Brighton Komedia.
Elvis in Hawaii meets Milton's Paradise Lost
The most entertaining archaeologist since Indiana Jones
There’s a superb cliff-edge to this outstanding production.
It’s a must-see. Whatever warp factors you have to go through.
The imaginative force, language and unsettled serenity of this work demands a sustained run.
An outstandingly fine recital.
Terrific impact, and complete musicians.
“A profoundly moving and disarmingly funny journey, looking at death and how we approach it…”
A gentle stroll into the valley of death
As a storytelling adaptation it couldn’t be bettered. Necessary and uplifting.
An eclectic mix of strange and unusual entertainment
Don’t wait for another West End revival see this one.
13.10 is a good lunchtime to watch a Mam’s legend in.
This is more than a first-rate revival. It’s outstanding. See it.
Find out what happens to these Magnificent Men; for they were, and are.
Written and performed by Jenny Rowe
Nigel Osner delivers an audacious rendition into the vulnerable and egregious lives of those growing in years
“An emotional rollercoaster that is gripping from start to finish…a powerful piece of physical theatre.”
A hard-hitting comedy of superior witchiness