Brighton Fringe 2015 – Alternative Treats!
Features more than 760 individual events, 175 free events, 3516 performances at 176 venues, Brighton Fringe 2015 kicks off on May 1st with a thoroughly eclectic, exciting & inspirational celebration of Fringe!
Our roving, Brighton-based culture-hound Laura Edmans has picked out some of the highlights… Oh, and a few tasty OFFERS & COMPETITIONS for you!
Don’t forget to check out Laura’s Brighton Festival 2015 guide, if you’re feeling a tad more mainstream…
Yes, it’s competition time! We’ve teamed up with The Marlborough Theatre to offer a pair of tickets for three shows in their Brighton Fringe 2015 programme!
There are two ways to enter – sign up to our mailing list using the form to the right/below, choosing which show you’d like to see, or retweet one of the tweets below for the show of your choice!
Make sure to check out the Terms and Conditions before you enter, and keep an eye on your emails/Twitter account to see if you’ve won!
A new production of the sell out 2014 show, this is a contemporary take on the epic tale. The show features a blend of puppetry, music and poetry and is designed for both adults and young people (10+).
Sultry, sexy and passionate, Camille O’Sullivan of former La Clique fame seduces audiences with her take on a variety of music from Brel to Bowie.
Part underground cabaret, part club act, part soft porn, part musical and part motivational speech. With innovative costumes. Will you ever see anything else like it? Probably not. Raw, inspirational, and weird.
Comedy and cooking – what stranger or better combination could there be on the stage?! This very surreal comedian brings back his sell out 2014 show.
The strap-line on Mary Beth Morossa’s website is cabaret, poetry, dark storytelling and nightmare, and this is a show combining all of this, with style.
A charming and gentle contemporary take on a Selkie myth. The story of a young woman who was once a seal should seem unbelievable, but Bucket Club accomplish it somehow. This two-hander also features live sound effects and a plastic bottle set which compliment the storytelling.
A gameshow and theatrical experience for the modern generation. BRING – BRIIIIING YOUR PHONES! Miss Behave, once the star of La Clique and La Soiree is back, now solo, but for her glamorous assistant Harriet (Harry Clayton Wright).
A one-woman show addressing pregnancy and abortion in 1980s Ireland, this show boasts nominations and commendations from its Edinburgh and Dublin Fringe performances.
An Edinburgh Fringe 2014 hit, this show deals with bereavement and if and how it can be talked about, in a show both playful and moving. So It Goes has had 5 star reviews from both The Times and British Theatre Guide.
A fine-art comedy performance about the discussions normally best avoided. This will be somewhat silly, largely amusing and probably a teeny bit thought-provoking.