5th, 6th, 12th, 19th, 20th May, 4th June
In a world where puppets move without strings, who will win the girl and craved freedom.
6th - 7th May
Hit dark sketch comedy show.
5th - 8th May
The mind can make a heaven of a hell... and vice versa.
6th - 8th May
A new, experimental black comedy.
Five great writers are placed in a room with an infinite supply of vodka, cigarettes and fear.
6th, 7th, 9th, 10th May
The hit one-man comedy about parenthood.
5th, 8th, 11th, 25th May
Grist To The Mill bring their Edinburgh Fringe sell out 5 star show to Brighton Fringe for one last time.
6th, 9th, 12th, 26th May
The amazing true story of the Princess Der Ling.
7th, 10th, 13th, 27th May
He was never the hero – just a minor character – but he never thought he played the villain.
9th - 13th May
A two day chase across the brutal Sahara. A triumphant capture. A hero’s return.
Come and get your teeth into a refreshing approach to acting.
13th - 15th May
Shakespeare's Prospera presides as Macbeth and Goneril battle each other for a chance at redemption.
One of the winning Rialto Scratch Night plays
14th - 18th May
A brilliant weaving together of vocals, poems, music, song and performance.
10th - 12th, 16th, 18th, May
A multimedia frenzy featuring live scares and unforgettable songs.
13th - 20th May
American actor David Crawford portrays Edgar Allan Poe in his final desperate hours.
18th - 20th May
Good ol'fashioned sketch comedy, done well.
16th - 21st May
Two wise-crackin’, fast-talkin’ Damon Runyon 1930s short stories.
14th, 15th, 21st - 22nd May
This one man tragicomedy written and performed by Tom Dussek is about struggle, wisdom, dignity and swearing. Lots of swearing.
17th, 21st - 23rd May
The new one-woman Stand-up Comedy show from Maisie Adam.
20th - 23rd May
Bug Camp is a joyful new play about the collision of imagination, memory and loss.
21st, 23rd - 26th May
The winner of the Rialto Scratch Night.
20th - 26th May
Devious and daring; they stole from the rich and gave to themselves.
24th - 28th May
Not just a magician but a 'poet of the impossible'.
Blending farcical comedy, poetic storytelling and an unfolding mystery into an unforgettable one-man tour-de-force.
27th - 29th May, 3rd June
Unflinchingly honest journey to every mum.
13th, 27th - 29th May
‘Next to Normal’ spin words, music, vocals & their sweet sweet moves into sketch forms.
A puppetry show and workshop that explores the journey of dementia.
27th May - 3rd June
A modern masterpiece, exploring what it means to be ill in the mental health system.
29th May - 3rd June
Two unforgettable Tennessee Williams tales.
Classic Tennessee Williams.
28th-29th May, 3-4th June
Stories, comic nonsense, social comment and wry humour from Greg Byron.
29th May, 4th June
'Fake Hip Gnosis' speaks to that camp desire to believe in earnest in those things our intellect tells us are ridiculous.
2nd - 4th June
A poignant, emotionally charged monologue about trying to find your place in the world.