PREVIEW: We’re Still Here!: The JEWish Cabaret

"We're Still Here!" is a tribute to the Queer songwriters of the Jewish community who have transformed and defined music and theatre over the years. This performance aims to...
Posted On 09 Jun 2017

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Arr’ we there yet? Head First Acrobats

If you’ve ever seen them then you know what they do, and they’ve adapted their impressive skills to suit both adult evening shows and this fun kids show. Swashbuckling...
Posted On 05 Jun 2017

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: La Voix @Brighton Spiegeltent

With new ventures taking La V out there, in the arts festival circuit this was a new move, with some seriously tongue in cheek acknowledgments of the (same) old material. The...
Posted On 02 Jun 2017

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL REVIEW: Kneehigh : Tristan & Yseult

Kneehigh always get it just right, flavoursome reinvention of tradition and their blend of comedy, music, physical chorography, dance and top notch performers bring a superb...
Posted On 24 May 2017

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Benny Hill’s @Broadway Lounge

Benny Hill’s is a dreadful little drag bar in Spain that’s dying on its feet. Allan – or Allan Benjamin Hill to use his full name – aka Fanny – has hit hard times, when his...


This is a slightly soiled laid back bear pit of a show with a cuddly chubby grubby panda host Joe Foster, who did as little as he possibly could to keep the atmosphere up and...
Posted On 22 May 2017

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Etherwave: Adventures With The Theremin: Hypnotique

This is a curious hybrid of music and education lecture and semi biography of performer Hypnotique who regales us with her personal story about how she came to fall in love...
Posted On 21 May 2017

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Darkroom Diaries @The Marlborough

Standing in nothing but tighty-whities and a leather harness, Dutch comedian Johan Goossens is a charismatic storyteller who knows how to beak the ice before sharing...


With a rotating cast, each night different fringe artist guests get to showcase their best, weirdest and most hilarious talents, backed up by the incredible acrobatics and...
Posted On 15 May 2017

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Hats off to Laurel and Hardy

Tony Carpenter (Laurel) and Philip Hutchinson (Hardy) overcome the first big hurdle of a tribute show in Hats Off to Laurel and Hardy at the Sweet Waterfront - they actually...

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Good Grief: Stories at 207 West 88th

Bruna is an Italian is an Italian woman of a certain age with hilariously broken English – the building superintendent of a New York apartment block. We first see her in the...

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Fannytasticals @Sweet Dukebox

If you are a man attending this show on your own – beware – for most of its duration you will be quite justifiably the target of sharp, witty and very crude humour from this...

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Super Hamlet 64: Parody DLC @ Warren 2

Day is an energetic and engaging performer; he is charming and fun and clowns with a furious passion, helped along by an ability to contort his plastic features and sinuous...
Posted On 09 May 2017

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Help! I Think I Might Be Fabulous @Brighton Spiegeltent: Bosco

It's been quite a while since I've failed to connect with a show as deeply as I failed to connect with this one – it might as well have been performed in Lithuanian so little...