There’s a lot of sketch comedy at this year’s Fringe. Here’s our guide…
I want to see…
a sketch show full of heart, songs and massive, massive shoulder pads. Then see Northern Power Blouse
… very late night sketch comedy, fast-paced sketches and a banging playlist. Then see Hot Mess: Dirty Stop Outs
… an late night hour of observational sketch, character comedy and musical parody. Then see Bread and Geller
… two highly acclaimed character comedians and real-life sisters. Then see Siblings: Acting Out and Siblings: the Third
… ” a hilarious new hour full of sketches, words and seemingly impossible acrobatics.” Then see PÖJJ Presents: PÖJJ
… A Brighton Fringe sketch debut – Twenty-five cleverly crafted sketches in 55 minutes from “an ensemble with chemistry that would impress your old A-Level teacher. ” Then see Just These, Please
… Brighton’s rude and raucous female comedy troupe, with songs, sketches and wry musings on the female experience. Then see Fannytasticals Cum Again
… one of the fastest sketch shows this year, as the gags come quick, daft, and not for the easily upset. Then see The Biscuit Barrel
… some absurd sketch and character comedy. Then see Pelican:Fisk
… a narrative sketch show set on a low-budget cruise ship. Then see The Poseidon Conjecture
We’ll be adding more recommendations during the Fringe.
The rest of our Brighton Fringe coverage is here.