Whats On

Cinebra: Women in Horror Month

23rd Feb

theatre

Sophie and Megan invite you to celebrate Brighton’s first ever Women In Horror Month event!

Lost Spectrum presents: Nomine, DUKU, Gwarnsford + Residents

24th Feb

events

Lost Spectrum has returned, bringing you part one of the new Lost Spectrum Presents series. This edition will have a focus on a deeper and darker sound, emphasising on the broader spectrum of dubstep.

Lazy Ethyl

2nd March

music

They're back! A seven piece blues soul band with horns.

Melting Vinyl present: Gwenno + Omaloma

16th March

music

Welsh electro-pop singer-songwriter Gwenno (of the Pipettes) returns to Brighton with her musique-concrete beats and synth-laden music and new LP.

Fever Club

17th March

events

Its our fifth Fever Club! Come and join us for a bit of spring time Wonderland!

Dictionary Pudding present: Spinning Coin + Porridge Radio

21st March

music

'It’s very much an album out of time, music made out of love, rather than in pursuit of a trend’ – the Guardian

The Magic Sewing Machine

24th March

theatre

[HOVE GROWN] An interactive performance for children

Mr D's Tales of Mirth and Legend

27th - 28th March

theatre

[HOVE GROWN] An hour of fast, furious and funny theatre

Holding Your Own - A Solo Show Workshop

1st Apr

theatre

[HOVE GROWN] A creative workshop with Robert Cohen

Finding Yourself Offside

26th Mar, 1st Apr

theatre

[HOVE GROWN] A play tackling the issues of coming out 

David Terrence - Mind Reader

25th Mar / 1st Apr

comedy

[HOVE GROWN] What's it like to have your mind read?

Vanilla Takeover

1st Apr

comedy

[HOVE GROWN] Come and celebrate your inner-vanilla at this unique cabaret-style show!

Temple Movement w/ EVIL OIL MAN & more

6th April

music

It's the first Twisted Frequencies event of 2018!!

Being Brahms

11th-13th April

theatre

Written by Gail Louw
Directed by John Burrows
Performed by Andrew Wheaton

The story of a 20th century dad, his son & Brahms

Glen Richardson, The Human Dukebox

Fringe Saturday nights

fringe

Glen will be performing every Saturday night over the Fringe, in the Rialto’s intimate art deco bar

What's Wrong with Monotony?

4th-6th May

fringe

A brand new comic play from Tim Coakley

The Sleeper

5th-7th May

fringe

An innovative, provocative and poignant new play

Myra

4th-7th May

fringe

“I was a normal human being for 18 years before I met Ian” 

Bite-Size Plays presents: Neverwant

5th-7th May

fringe

A brand new story about a passion that can’t breach the firewall!

Wordshow

7th-9th May

fringe

Greg Byron delivers original poems about life, the universe and everything(ish), plus word portraits and his unique 55 word stories

After

10th-12th May

fringe

A tale of power, parenthood and a rabbit

Ivy Paige, Sex Factor

11th-13th May

fringe

International showgirl, star of 'London Cabaret', real life Jessica Rabbit and now of course the infamous singing siren on ITV’s 'The Voice'!

Larkin Descending

12th - 13th May

theatre

Award-winning playwright Gail Louw explores the roots of Larkin’s poetry

Rope

5th-6th, 10th-12th May

fringe

Two students murder a fellow student as an expression of their intellectual superiority

Caitlin

13th-16th May

fringe

Bohemian dancer Caitlin Macnamara tells the story of her stormy, skint, booze-fuelled marriage to the doomed Welsh poet Dylan Thomas

Your Bard

14th-16th May

fringe

Did Will Shakespeare write his plays? Come and meet the man himself and take the lid off a legend in your local

Hymns for Robots

7th, 16th-18th May

fringe

The tale of Delia Derbyshire - the unsung genius behind the Doctor Who theme tune and trailblazer of electronic music

The Polished Scar

5th, 15th-19th May

fringe

What makes some people more equal than others?

The Frow Show

17th-19th May

fringe

After a sell out success at Brighton Fringe 2017, 'The Frow Show' returns with this superb sketch comedy show

Anna

7th, 19th-20th May

fringe

Anna Brassey: mother, explorer, curator, campaigner, pioneer - a woman ahead of her time

Acting & Creating a Character

20th May

fringe

Come and get your teeth into a refreshing approach to acting.

Antony and Cleopatra

8th-9th, 17th-20th May

fringe

Unmasked Theatre return to the Brighton Fringe following a sellout 2017

Cinebra: A History of Horror

20th-21st May

fringe

The award-winning show returns!

Whaddya Know - We're in Love!

8th-9th, 14th, 23rd-24th May

fringe

Full steam ahead on SS Freedonia for the craziest show at the Fringe

The Beautiful Dance of Life and Death

21st-24th May

fringe

A young rocketeer witnesses a star-girl fall to earth one night and vows to rocket her back among the stars... 

Franz Kafka: Apparatus

4th, 13th, 21st-22nd, 25th-26th May

fringe

You are cordially invited to a most unusual, mechanically achieved execution

Marx in Soho

20th-22nd, 25th-26th, 28th May

fringe

By Howard Zinn. Starring Bob Weick 

Stand and Deliver

25th-28th May

fringe

Witty, fast-paced, over-the-top action comedy

Martin Lingus

6th-7th, 13th-14th, 27-28th May

fringe

A dark comedy about love, inner demons and period features

Two

25th-28th May

fringe

Clues Theatre presents 'Two' by Jim Cartwright

Love in the Harbour

23rd-24th, 28th-29th May

fringe

A love story set in the First World War

Edith Piaf Live at Nimegue

19th, 30th-31st May

fringe

Your chance to see a 53 year old, 82 kilo bloke from Stoke portray the life of a singing legend

Lovecraft's Monsters

28th May-1st June

fringe

Watch horror writer H. P. Lovecraft battle his unrelenting demons and shape them into brilliant weird fiction

Brexit Blues

10th May, 2nd June

fringe

A light-hearted look at a serious subject with Oriana Curls and Pete Saunders

Face to Face

2nd-3rd June

fringe

An insidious game of cat and mouse begins

Blues and Burlesque: 70s Soiree

4th-6th, 25th-27th May, 1st-3rd June

fringe

Music from ex Dexys piano-man Pete Saunders, plus comedy and Burlesque

Cooked

30th May-3rd June

fringe

A darkly funny rom-com by Natalie Audley

Falkland - the war the world forgot

29th May-3rd June

fringe

The extraordinary actions of ordinary people

Mad About the Boy

27th May & 3rd June

fringe

A new play about an incident in the life of Noel Coward

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