This Brighton Fringe psychodrama about caravanning in Ireland is first-class physical theatre that follows in the tradition of Pinter, Beckett and Berkoff.
Brighton Festival has been cancelled due to coronavirus fears while Brighton Fringe has been postponed until later in the year.
What do you do when the director backs out at the last minute? Four actors deconstruct theatre in this subversively funny Brighton Fringe show.
Based on the experiences of trafficked child circus performers in Kathmandu, this exquisite circus show tells the stories of two extraordinary survivors.
Two women meet with a mission. Site-specific, outdoor, physical theatre in a tent. Produced by Dogma Theatre Company for Brighton Fringe. Tension and laughs.
Brighton Fringe brings the Russian classic Tolstoy novella and sets it in contemporary England - putting angst, authenticity and avoidance under the spotlight.
A survivor of the Titanic, a 1950s woman struck by a meteorite and a New Yorker imperilled by a toilet are among the unlikely stories told in this comedy show.
Locals know that The Great Escape is joined by an unofficial festival of gigs in smaller venues, all for free. We profile some of our favourites.
Save Caroline Lucas from illuminati lizards by running around the North Laine picking up clues in this new interactive show at Brighton Fringe this weekend.
As The Warren opens on Victoria Gardens, here's the top ten theatre, comedy and circus shows to catch down there during Brighton Fringe 2019.
Beyond Retro hosted an evening of hilarious sketch shows by comedy duo Bosh and Babbs.
Writer and raconteur John Osborne comes to The Warren Blockhouse for a short residency, performing three different one hour monologues on consecutive days.
Finnish circus performers Katerina Repponen and Pasi Nousiainen are bringing two single performances, about relationships and a whip, to The Old Market.
Award-winning playwright Bastiaan Vandendriessche performs an enthralling yet unsettling monologue at Sweet Werks this week as part of Brighton Fringe’s Dutch and Flemish season.
Finnish performers Milla Virtanen and Jaakko Toivonen provide a dark memoir to competitive ballroom dancing. We went to The Old Market to see them dance til they dropped.
High-class storytelling. Massively compelling. Peace and justice and falling in love. Multiple stories. Live guitar and sax.
Rosy Carrick weaves together personal confessions with pop culture obsessions in a compelling time travel adventure that takes in David Bowie, Einstein and the Russian revolution.
Finnish artist Jussi TwoSeven recently created several unique pieces of interlinked street art at different locations across the city. SOURCE took a walk round in search of all five.
A musical tour of the early 20th century from the rise of the Nazis to the communist witch-hunts, performed with aplomb in a show that unearths curious and sinister songs of the time.
Lenin and revolution today. Agitprop and personal testimony from young people about change. Audience participation. Drama between Brecht and Boal.
Self-styled 'transgender terrorist' David Hoyle performed his exuberant, surreal cabaret show to an adoring sell-out crowd at the Spiegeltent.
The Profumo affair as Shakespearean romantic tragedy. This crafty reworking has it all: politics, love, sex and song. Plus a Conservative government on the rocks.
Christopher Wollaton’s self-penned one act play at the Warren re-imagines the myth of Narcissus for a fitness obsessed Instagram generation.
Here it is, a full round-up of our first week of Brighton Festival and Fringe 2018, as well as our recommendations for upcoming shows. Have we missed anything? Get in touch.
Uniting deadpan delivery with a waspish wit, Brighton comedian Joe Foster's new show Let's Get Cynical won over The Warren.