***SOLD OUT*** Feeling strange after New Years? This is the night to let it un-poor.
The brainchild of the band's co-founder Ellery Roberts and Ebony Hoorn. Expect Roberts' signature gnarly vocals underpinned by a more atmospheric, less indie-rock tone.
Following a sold out Winter Solstice event for the end of 2018, we are proud to be introducing our next and first event of 2019, Temple Movement Presents Psychedelic Locals!
An all night 1BTN fundraiser come 3-way bday party celebration featuring some of our favourite DJ's and selectors over two floors!
We're delighted to kick start 2019 with one of our favourite artists, AK Patterson. Hot off their support tour with Alt-J, this is their only Brighton show of their UK tour.
A 'Fable' explores creations with limitless borders.We explore the enchanting musical mutiny that is enlightening the world. A new generation giving birth to organic, highly danceable, cultural-infused music.
Discojuice is so so happy to announce that Worldwide Fm dj, seasoned selector and London mainstay Jonny Rock is playing at our next party for an extended set!
Written by Jon Dixon. Featuring Jolyon Dixon, Steve Evans and Carol Kentish.
'Is it a play? Is it a quiz? - Who cares??'
'Josin is a truly international talent' - CLASH
“Our Girl’s hotly anticipated debut LP is a selection of the band’s most striking work to date, which as a whole form the group’s unmistakable identity as one of the most promising new bands on the UK’s guitar scene.” – The Line of Best Fit
Dig out your Cuban heels. We’re Havana party.
30th March 2019
Your Golden Delicious hostesses Julie Devine and Sephie Deacon blissfully invite you to Shangri-La.
Selected by The Guardian as favourites to watch in 2018, Porridge Radio began as Dana Margolin’s sadcore bedroom project in 2012. Now a post-punk 5-piece, they inelegantly knot together vicious, furious emotional outpour with beautifully melodic pop songs.
3rd - 5th May
Tim Coakley presents his latest comedy.
4th - 6th May
1979, a beach in Brazil, a drowning man is forced to face his past.
3rd - 6th May
An intoxicating one-(wo)man show.
6th - 10th May
A biting and very funny satire reflecting the dignity – and many indignities – of labour.
3rd - 6th & 9th - 11th May
Four lives intertwine in a tale of love, betrayal and jealousy.
11th - 12th May
An immigrant’s journey towards full Britishness while a funny little thing called Brexit happens.
7th - 8th & 11th - 13th May
Award-winning Unmasked Theatre presents a modern adaptation of Tolstoy’s masterpiece.
12th - 15th & 17th May
Telling the often painfully frank stories of Leah (15) and Georgie (30) as they come to terms with their sex lives.
14th - 18th May
Pinter’s tale of a romantic triangle between husband, wife and their best man.
Come and get your teeth into a refreshing approach to acting.
18th - 22nd May
A dark, uncompromising play about the myths of modern love.
8th & 21st - 25th May
12th - 13th 19th - 20th & 26th May
Argus-Angel winners Mitchell & Nixon's hit comedy.
23rd - 26th May
The true story of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, irreverently told with vintage jazz covers of Boyzone, Beyoncé and more.
4th, 10th, 16th - 18th & 26th May
The play that 'Cabaret' is based on, with all the divine decadence of 1931 Berlin.
24th - 27th May
Bill Grundy's fall from grace due to that interview with the Sex Pistols.
25th - 28th May
Jack Klaff tells how 12 men from the the 20th century changed the world.
19th & 27th - 28th May
The 2018 Brighton Fringe Critics’ Choice Award Winner returns.
6th & 27th - 30th May
An entirely improvised Shakespeare play based on audience suggestions, to delight Bard nerds and newbies alike.
Act wisely; this unique and chaotic comedy spectacle is yours to improve or destroy!
30th May - 1st June
“I was a normal human being for 18 years before I met Ian”
31st May - 2nd June
A hugely popular show at both Brighton Fringe 2017 and 2018, this is British sketch comedy at its best.
29th May - 2nd June
A riotous clash of class, morals and feminism from a 2018 Brighton Scratch winner.
26th - 27th & 29th May, 1st - 2nd June
Still in his bunker, weather-man Michael Phish has completed a recording of the truth behind his failed forecast of the storm of '87.
A father and a son debate their stance on the vote. A show with elements of mime and physical theatre.
4th - 5th May & 1st - 2nd June
A Black Comedy about the Black Death.