Brighton Fringe 2021
A superb play, it should as one director present said, be in the West End. With these actors.
This could develop into something special. Thoroughly recommended as an industrial-strength ice-breaker.
Tales by ordinary folk - in a not-so-ordinary world.
One of the most musically satisfying, funny, filthy and inclusive tribute acts of its kind.
A play about the Climate Crisis, family, photography and being screwed by insurance.
A light-filled small gem of a show, tuning into wireless crystals of a lost world.
This should be in the West End
Friedman’s a spellbinding storyteller in the lives he’s immersed himself in listening to.
Revealed, the secret cabal of magicians that rule the world
Now the way to think of Twelfth Night’s Antonio
Comedy musical, a slice of G&S history through parody and song - uplifting!
Alexander Joseph and Ro Robertson team return in triumph.
You can't please all of the people all of the time
Still a groundbreaking show
The most viscerally convulsive realisation of Jekyll or Hyde imaginable
Think Nick Payne’s Constellations meets Zamyatin’s We. If you love new theatre, worth queuing for returns.
Potentially a terrific show
Love and The Labyrinth
It’s time for Planes, Trains and Automob-meals
Based on interviews with women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
An adult take on sex and relationships
When you see this show return, it’ll be outstanding, and in the frame for awards.
This is certainly the way to experience The Final Problem.
Sarah Mann and her company will surely return with this gem of transubstantiation.
An 8-piece day of the dead inspired parade band plus the Dead Beat Poets
After hours cabaret show
An astonishing, disturbing shapeshifting sliver of genius.
Greek mythology in a Brighton garden.
Every little girl dreams of being special, but Ellie Rose doesn’t just dream – she knows she’s special.
The definitive Fringe revival of a mainstream play this year. Absorbing, baggy, intimate. See it.
Stunning. Greet the nothing that is not there, and the nothing that is.
Dynamic, provocative, emotive and heartfelt performance and writing.
‘YOU’ is about loss and the way it has shaped Kathleen's life.