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Fringe REVIEW: Circus’Sission @BOSCO

June 4, 2018

Superb cross section of performers, the tent is fun, the atmosphere electric and we left having been entertained, a little bit of this, some of that and plenty of the other host Cal Harris who certainly knows how to keep a Brighton audience hyped up and the participants all have their own engaging traits. It all felt a little unsafe, unhinged and bonkers and that’s just what a decent montage show should feel like.

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Fringe REVIEW: DIY Chef @The Warren

May 29, 2018

Egg whips it up into a froth of unexpected delights, some of the things he used, and the ways in which they are used belies a surreal and adaptable imagination and he’d certainly be on my list of people to share the Isle of Man with in a zombie apocalypse as much for his sheer entertaining company as much as his ability to knock up a meal using just about anything.

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Fringe REVIEW: Mamoru Iriguchi @The Marlborough

May 24, 2018

Oh we adored Mamoru Iriguchi. He’s so sweet and geeky and utterly charming. The tech in the show is seriously clever although it’s about as mixed media, tech heavy Heath Robinson as you can get, and gets utterly bonkers by the end, but Iriguchi keep his boundless energy and charm beaming out.

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Fringe REVIEW: Fix my Brain @The Warren

May 22, 2018

  Fix My Brain Two Surnames The Warren May 21 FIX my brain is fun and the boys have certainly done their work, they stay in character throughout, apart from when they poke some fun though their semi permeable fourth wall. The use of lighting to indicate flashback, or fantasy is fun and works well […]

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REVIEW: The Prophetic Visions of Bethany Lewis @BOSCO

May 21, 2018

The Prophetic Visions of Bethany Lewis Bosco Tent Brighton Fringe May 18 After a bang on the head from a tin of beans an ordinary puppet-woman becomes a world-renowned psychic after having some pretty crude and dark visions, she goes viral, becomes a huge TV and internet sensation then realising she’s trapped in a empty world […]

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Fringe REVIEW: A Berlin Kabaret! @The Warren

May 20, 2018

Brighton Fringe winner of Best Cabaret and Argus Angel awards, ‘A Berlin Kabaret’ returned with Sphinx  Theatre Company and they bill themselves as Lady Gaga meets Brecht in musical show of the 20th century avant-garde.

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REVIEW: Hot Gay Time Machine @BOSCO Spiegeltent

May 5, 2018

Zak Ghazi-Torbati and Toby Marlow are a superb reincarnation of that most perfect of British traditions, a very funny, perfectly honed, duet of white cis men who use their own experience and privilege to subvert and twist our ideas of outrage, insult and offense.

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Brighton Fringe seeks budding artists!

James Ledward October 24, 2017

Brighton Fringe announces details of its 2018 Family Guide cover competition. Children from across Brighton and Hove are being invited to design the cover of the 2018 Brighton Fringe Family Guide. Children under 11 years of age are being challenged to create a piece of original cover art inspired by the tagline for Brighton Fringe 2018: “Set Yourself Free”.

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