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Brighton Fringe 2016 Brighton Fringe 2016

Brighton Fringe

Brighton Fringe takes place every May in Brighton and Hove. The festival includes theatre performances and comedy shows.

Outside of its annual May madness, Brighton Fringe is busy on the road throughout the rest of the year building links with other fringes...

This pocket epic takes place at an atmospheric new venue at the Brighton Fringe. The Cave is a tiny walled courtyard in the basement...

Nicole Henriksen is an Australian performer and writer of alternative solo comedy. She is debuting her first theatre work Makin’ It Rain, which is...

Brighton comes alive in May. The Festival stretches across the city, spilling on to the beach and stretching into its suburbs. There will be...

A new drama school is being launched in Brighton next year, offering the city's only degree course in acting and performance. The Brighton Institute for...

A 90-seat theatre in Brighton will be forced to close in January after being handed an eviction notice by the building’s landlord. Fringe venue 88 London...

The 49th Brighton Fringe ended last week. It's England's largest fringe festival, runs over four weeks and is the third largest open-access fringe in...

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...
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