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Brighton Fringe 2015

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The number of people attending the Brighton Fringe has more than doubled in the last four years. In May, the month-long arts festival attracted a...

Nan Goldin’s iconic self-portrait after being beaten by her boyfriend is the key inspiration for Fugitive Theatre’s debut show. Like Goldin, its protagonist Liv...

More than 120 years after his death, Joseph Merrick, nicknamed ‘the Elephant Man’ because of his severe physical deformities, still fascinates. Currently he’s being...

As Ukip takes control of its first council (Thanet, Kent), it’s surprising we haven’t seen more fringe plays, like this one, exploring the anti-immigration...

What makes us who we are? AllthePigs Theatre Company takes this question, weaving it into a beguiling real-life enigma and producing a show that’s...

Is theatre taking inspiration from the rise of the bedroom producer in dance music? In Bucket Club’s playful, young piece, two performers sit stage...

The increase in university tuition fees was one of the defining actions of the last government. It cost the Liberal Democrats dearly in the...

Originally from Skipton, Yorkshire and now based in Brighton, Paul Zenon presents a piece entirely suited to the tone of the Brighton Fringe. Played...

There’s something beautifully dreamlike about this delightful show, which plays out like a circus-inflected cross between an old silent comedy and Amelie. Returning to...
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