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Brighton Fringe 2016

Edinburgh awards scheme the Herald Angels has been put into abeyance for this year's festival. Founded by newspaper The Herald in 1995, when director Peter...

While there’s nothing particularly original in tackling a Shakespeare play from one of the supporting characters’ viewpoints, Monkeydog’s Something Rotten is an engaging and...

This is a tough one. On the one hand, it’s brilliant to see a new theatre company make its debut, particularly one comprising artists...

Certain Dark Things' deceptively slight show Melancholy is an evocative mix of puppetry, performance and animation that explores the nature of grief. Stephen McCabe is...

In 1913, Harry Houdini leapt from Newport Bridge into the River Usk wearing nothing but pants and chains. In this pacy one-man show with...

Writers and filmmakers can’t get enough of the infamous get-together at Lake Geneva in 1816 that resulted in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. But while the...

Theatremaker (and ex-zoologist) Mamoru Iriguchi somehow approaches the world like a newborn – but one with a projector screen strapped to his head. In...

A bed sits at the centre of the stage and much of the action in BJ McNeill’s play happens on it – or in...

Underneath Brighton town hall are the city’s old police cells. In these damp and melancholy rooms Immercity are performing Blood Will Have Blood an...
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