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.