Family and Children’s Shows at Brighton Fringe

Fringe offers the perfect break from digital screen time and this year’s fringe, as ever, covers the age range from toddlers to teens. With plenty of coihce here are a few recommendations from your good fringe guide. Check dates as manyt only play for a few days and blink and you’ll miss them.

I want to see a children’s show at Brighton Fringe!

I want to see…

… a bit of everything, a revolving line-up of the best children’s and family-friendly performers from around Brighton and the Fringe. Then see Best of Brighton Fringe for Kids

… a rip-roaring, all-action educational adventure, including puppets, songs and a heart warming message. Then see Adventures with Beeper

… a bubble show. Then see Bubble Euphoria. Ot maybe balloons. Then see The Giant Balloon Show. Or for more bubbles, see The Bubble Show

… something participative, musical and fo fives and under. Then see Baby Bambinos

… some family-friendly physical comedy. Then see Mr Sleepybum

… some clown. Then see Black Petra. Or also see Mr Pineapplehead

… an interactive, multi-sensory, Makaton-signed experience. Then see Singing Hands Summer Spectacular

… a classic tale. Then see The Extraordinary Time-Travellng Adventures of Baron Munchhausen

… a magic show. Then see Seska: Cooking Up Fun. And for some science magic, see Science Magic: Crazy Gadgets. Or see Magic Gareth’s Magic Eye

… some stand-up comedy for kids. Then see Komedia Presents: Comedy Club 4 Kids

… some storytelling theatre and a real garden of a house. Then see Stories in the Garden: Atalanta the Adventurer

…. a madcap comedy duo. Then see Stuff and Nonesense

…. some puppetry and clown. Then see Whoopsie!

…. a ballet. Then see The Princess and the Frog

… a game show. Then see Marcel Lucont: Less Enfants Terribles – A Gameshow for Awful Children

… some pirate acrobats. Then see Arrr We There Yet?!

… an improv comedy show. Then see ComedySportz UK

… a cabaret show for kids. Then see Cabaret Famalamb

…. an adventure story for 4-11s. Then see Lily and the Lion

… a show that fuses spoken word, beatboxing, live music, looping, puppetry & projection. Then see The Crocodogopig

…. a brand new musical. Then see The Puddle at the End of the World

… an interactive music show. Then see Ukeboxbaby

… a science show. Then see Science Adventures: Deep Sea

… some circus. Then see Spiegelcircus

… some sketch comedy. Then see Shelf: The Kids’ Show

… some classic story Theatre. Then see The Seagull and the Cat: Pericles Theatre Company

Theatre choices for the under 14s and over

… some beat poetry, music and song for 14 and up. Then see Nutshells

…. a mask melodrama for 14 and up. Then see The Heist: Solo Full Mask Show

… some intelligent solo theatre about composter Edward Elgar. Then see The Enigma of Edward Elgar (12s and over)

We hope you find this fringe guide useful. Look out for more choices and tips, interviews and features throughout the Brighton Fringe.