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  • Jiggle & Hyde PRESENT: Sketchy Mother Pluckers

    In a desperate attempt to get some romantic action, Jiggle & Hyde will bring familiar and recognisable characters, silly dancing and a spot of whimsical madness in the form of sketch comedy. Come join the party! They’re Sketchy and they know it!

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  • Golem

    Times are dangerous for the Jews of Prague. Rabbi Loew, leader of the community, makes a creature from mud - a being of enormous strength to defend the Jews from their enemies. But can he control his own creation? The original Frankenstein, Golem is a spine-tingling exploration of what it means to be a man or a monster.

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  • The Bookbinder

    A story of mystery, magic and mayhem; weaving shadowplay, paper art, puppetry, and music into an original dark fairytale in the vein of ‘Coraline’ and ‘Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell’. An award-winning solo performance for adults and older children. ★★★★★ - Three Weeks ★★★★★ Edinburgh Evening News

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  • Groomed

    Three extraordinary stories: A betrayed schoolboy, a Japanese soldier and the inventor of the saxophone. An enchanting evening showing how theatre can transform past wounds that so many share. The story’s raw emotional power has gripped audiences in Norway, UK and USA. Intelligent. Unmissable.

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  • The Broken Heart Trio

    Joyful swing and vocal harmony, to a time when men were gentlemen and courteous and woman were true and noble. With humour and wit take a tour of lost romance and nostalgia. “ I try to find that true old-style sound that the old masters had between the two great wars." Kevin Van Staeyen – Violin

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  • Save Me A Balloon

    Michael and Maria are an elderly couple who receive the news that one has a terminal illness. Uplifting love story of an unlikely couple with a list of unconventional to-dos before they say their goodbyes. The debut show from Gaulier trained actors Marga Villalonga and Ross Spaine.

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  • Hercules

    Twelve Labours, Sixty Minutes – One Man. Somewhere between stand-up and traditional storytelling, Bard & Troubadour’s Joshua Crisp retells this epic tale with wit and irreverence, bringing bulging biceps, hideous hydra, a giant voiced by Tom Hardy, and a body count worthy of a Transformers movie!

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  • Airswimming

    “A feelgood comedy set in the most unlikely of places” (Guardian), critically acclaimed Weird Sisters present a touching tale of two women abandoned in a psychiatric hospital. Forgotten for 50 years, they create a surreal fantasy life enlivened by Doris Day, a Moulinex hand whisk and Airswimming.

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  • The Big Stiffy

    Bob's dead.I know how he loved you so much.Please come to the funeral to pay your respects. Karl's providing complimentary crudités [with dips] chopped to perfection by angle grinder, plus fruit teas and apple crumble.There will be song, mirth and erotic hoovering .Please wear black and a smile.

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  • Coating Under Pressure

    The Coaterie are a collection of some of London's finest comedy minds, brought together under a single banner. Improvisers, Sketch Comedians & Stand-ups unite to create a new brand of comedy delivered live, straight to your brain. This a sketch show with a twist - one that the audience helps write!

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  • Something Rotten

    Hamlet’s Uncle Claudius: incestuous, fratricidal regicide or rightful ruler unafraid of tough decisions? Robert Cohen takes you backstage at Elsinore, reassessing Shakespeare through the eyes of the man who would be King of Denmark – at any cost. “Both entertaining & intellectually satisfying” Argus

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  • Waiting for Gandalf

    Meet Kevin Brook, Lord of the Rings fanatic. On the eve before "Gandalf" signs a new book, he waits and talks about his devotion. But what's his real reason for his obsession? Why must he take his mind from the realities of life? An uncomfortable truth will be revealed. “Dark-as-hell” - Fringeguru

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  • Knowing EU

    So, is it good to be in or out? This show takes a humorous look at the facts and foibles, the successes and failures, the good, the bad and the ugly, of the European Union – you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you may even learn a bit more about some of those “truths” presented by the in/out campaigners – and you may even think again about that vote!

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  • Joseph & Stacy: Live

    Sponsored by the Portslade Furniture Warehouse, this show sees the web’s freshest sketch comedy act revitalised on stage. Joseph & Stacy are the proud recipients of numerous awards (including a 'joining in' Cubs badge and a 20m front crawl certificate) but are hanging up their natural talents to fulfill their fathers’ failed dreams of reaching the comedy big time.

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  • Distortion

    A story of both the abuser/ abused, showing the cognitive distortions which underly sexual offending and the resulting trauma caused to a victim. Combining emotive text, abstract dance and video footage, Distortion lets your imagination run wild but brings you back to reality when it hurts the most.

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  • Garden

    At Insignia Asset Management Lucy is in charge of the photocopier, printer, scanner, shredder and binder. She’s starting to wonder how this fits into The Grand Scheme of Things. One day, her life takes an unexpected turn when she rescues the abused office pot plant. In her flat, 24 floors up, she begins to cultivate her own personal wilderness.

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  • Hats Off to Laurel and Hardy

    Laurel and Hardy are the best-loved comedy duo of all time. This hugely popular award-winning and accurate play about their lives and movies plays to sold-out houses, standing ovations and five-star reviews internationally. Prepare to laugh your socks off before finally having your heart broken.

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  • The Sweet Release

    This is how your night at the Fringe ends: not with a whimper, but a bang! Join the hottest up-and-coming acts from all across Brighton Fringe for our late night revue. With new and established acts, and local and international performers heating up our evenings, as well as theme nights galore, The Sweet Release is the perfect climax to a day of shows at Brighton Fringe.

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  • Deep in The Heart of Me

    On holiday in Greece Janet meets the woman of her dreams in a suit and tie singing Frank Sinatra songs. But it’s not all plain sailing. A new work from Behind The Lines, Nominated for Outstanding Local Talent at Brighton Fringe 2015 and Best Arts Stage Event L-Fest 2015 “wonderful” ***** Kaleidoscot

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  • Year Without Summer

    May 1816. The world is locked in winter. Claire Clairmont invites lover Byron to Lake Geneva with her stepsister Mary Godwin and Percy Shelley. Passions run high. Ghost stories are shared. History forgets Claire, but if not for her, Mary might never have created her defining work: Frankenstein.

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  • Katsura Sunshine: Rakugo!

    Rakugo. A 400-year-old tradition of Japanese comic storytelling, every bit as hilarious today as it ever was - and in English! Come for an hour of laughter and leave with a piece of Japan in your heart! “A raconteur extraordinaire. One of a kind.” -The Japan Times

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  • Confessions of a Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl

    Anthropology grad Joanie is stuck working as a barista. Much like Jane Goodall did with the chimps, this upbeat Miss studies her available subjects: the customers! Hilarity ensues with jazzy tunes, co-worker showdowns & even some romance! Best Musical 2014 (BroadwayWorld) ★★★★★(FringeGuru, The Nouse)

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  • Murder, She Didn't Write

    Move over Sherlock! You become the author in this original and hilarious improvised comedy! Each night Degrees of Error presents an unplanned, unscripted and never before seen murder mystery play based on your suggestions. Watch as the dramatic events you have helped to create unfold live on stage!

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  • Code of Conduct

    After its sell-out 5 star run at Printers Playhouse. PPH Productions present "Code of Conduct" by John Berry. London, 2014. CID officer, Adam, believes punishing his neighbour will justify what he knows to be right, but will he go too far? He is demanding to be heard! For what? Justice. Humans.You.

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  • The Glamour of Yesteryear

    Welcome to the world of Chic BonBons….An Experience Like No Other. Conceived upon its inspiration from the unique and enigmatic world of Cabaret & Burlesque…Parisian style! We encompass all performing arts genres but particularly pay homage to dance and an ultimate celebration of femininity.

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  • Caspar Thomas: Magic & Mentalism

    Magician and comedian Jerry Sadowitz says: “Caspar’s sleight-of-hand and mentalism is of a standard rarely seen anywhere, and never attempted by the current generation of magicians. Phenomenal!” Following the show's successful runs at the Brighton and Edinburgh Fringes 2015, Caspar is back to present his close-up, interactive, before-your-very-eyes sleight-of-hand magic and mentalism - no suspicious looking boxes, no camera tricks, no stooges.

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  • A Threesome

    Two females and one male make up this group of performers finding comedy in the differences between their age and gender. The three ages of wo/man is described using a variety of styles including opera, stand up, poetry and musical hall, but ALL with a contemporary twist.

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  • Police Cops

    Returning from two sell-out runs at Soho Theatre, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015, The Police Cops are back in town. Winner of ‘The Stage award for acting excellence – Best Ensemble’, ‘Brighton Fringe award for excellence’ and ‘The Pulse Festival Suitcase award’, Police Cops is This Theatre’s adrenaline-fuelled, three-man cop parody featuring supercharged physical theatre, cinematic style and uncompromising facial hair. Winner of the Brighton Fringe Award for Excellence - Edinburgh Festival 2015

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  • All The Nice Girls

    Fascinating, touching and enlightening, this lesbian musical romance tells the story of forgotten Variety stars Gwen Farrar and Norah Blaney. Nominated for Outstanding Local Talent at Brighton Fringe 2015 and Best Arts Stage Event L-Fest 2015 "Fabulous" *****(Scotsgay)

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  • Peter Antoniou: Happy Medium

    If you could ask a psychic a question what would it be? Award winning 'psychic' comedy direct from London’s West End. Let Peter Antoniou peer inside your head, fondle your frontal lobe and tickle your funny bone. Think of a question, be it about your past, present, future, your love life, or what colour your underwear is. Whatever it is, Peter has an answer for you... “His ad-libs are fast and sharp... a balance between humour and astonishment” (The Scotsman) "Phenon-mentally good" (Kerrang)

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  • 1 in 3

    Life is more than the days you have left. Jeff and Jasmine are diagnosed with a life threatening disease, but through each other they learn why life is worth being threatened. ‘1 in 3’ explores the deep and truthful world of chemotherapy and how everyone, one day, has to face their mortality. “An incredibly exciting play” ***** (Broadway Baby)

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  • How to: Rural Tour

    The village hall, church and school are focal points for rural life and afford a familiar, informal space in which local people can enjoy the arts. Join members of the National Rural Touring Forum to learn how to tour your show to rural communities. Informal presentation and discussion followed by Q&A. Free, non-ticketed.

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  • Dean Friedman: Story Songs

    Short stories set to music. This legendary singer/songwriter/pop-icon performs his chart hits Ariel, Lucky Stars, Lydia and more. Discover what legions of devoted fans have known for years - the sophisticated, funny and profound work of a master songsmith. "Every song a classic" (LondonTheatre.co.uk); "Friedman is entirely unique and utterly brilliant!" (ThreeWeeks); "Songsmith extraordinaire!" (MusicWeek.com) - just a few of the superlatives used to describe Friedman's unique, original talent.

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  • The Devil Without

    A 500 year old Faust uses the audience to hide from his demonic pursuers. Audience interaction, magic, infrasound, and illusion combine to bring a whole new immersive theatrical interpretation of the Faust legend inspired by the works of Neil Gaiman and Alan Moore. You know that almost all demons are your own, right? "If you’ve any interest at all in magic as an artform, then you must find time to see The Devil Without" (Fringe Guru)

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  • Once Upon a Time

    Join us on a journey through the magical forest where three fairy tales are imaginatively brought to life. Not only will you meet 'The Mouse Family' and 'Fearless Hans' but also our dear friend 'Little Red' in 'Red Riding Hood'. A show for all the family and for all ages!

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  • Daggers MacKenzie

    Hurry, hurry, step right up and behold the one and only Daggers MacKenzie, the gal who defies death with every toss of the blade, as she runs away from the circus in this one-woman musical thrill ride! Witness the amazing power of a well-timed seduction as it transforms a naive farm girl into a travelling show sensation – and love’s most dangerous renegade. Featuring 10 original, genre-defying songs, heart-stopping knife juggling, and a tantalising tale that will capture your imagination.

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  • We Come in Peace

    An interactive theatre experience from Firecat Masquerade. First contact on Earth. Extraterrestrial visitors sought out the brightest and best the the planet Earth had to offer...but they got you instead. Can you sell your corporation beyond the stars?

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  • Junk Percussion Workshop

    Professional percussion duo 'Bang On!' show you how to make music with anything from a plastic bottle to a garden rake. No previous experience required, just turn up and join in the fun!

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  • Helen

    An ageing icon’s gilded life is overturned when her dictator husband is killed in a coup. A powerful, contemporary take on the myth of Helen of Troy, by the award-winning team behind Bacchic (“a theatrical gem not to be missed” - Total Theatre) with a strong physical/aerial dimension. “Haunting... visually gripping... a fantastic adaptation” (A Younger Theatre)

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  • It's Bound to be Right on the Night

    “Actually” Gay Men’s Chorus are celebrating their 10-year anniversary with performances dating back to the very beginning. After their phenomenal concert with the London Gay Symphony Orchestra at the Brighton Dome in January, come and join them as guests from the past appear through the magic of Dr Who. “It’s Bound to be Alright on the Night!”

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  • The Joy of Junk

    Well-loved street performers, Edinburgh Fringe sell-outs, and 'Britain’s Got Talent' semi-finalists, Bang On!, create captivating rhythms using anything from plastic bags and watering cans to a huge junk drum kit, combining music with amazing technique and showmanship. Fun for all ages.

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  • My My Immortal

    Ebony Dark’ness Dementia Raven Way is the star of 'My Immortal', the world’s worst fanfiction. Harry Potter meets teenage goths (literally, that’s the plot) and no one survives unscathed. Celebrate 10 years of this literary masterpiece with a dramatic reading by Mathilda Gregory ('Werewolf Erotica, She Wrote', 'How to be Fat').

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  • Beards! Beards! Beards!

    "Beatrix didn’t want a tiara. Beatrix wanted a Beard!" From New Zealand’s award-winning company Trick of the Light Theatre ('The Bookbinder') comes a tale of one young girl’s increasingly inventive efforts to grow the world’s most magnificent beard. Armed with bubble bath and canned spaghetti, join a madcap and hilarious musical romp, as our plucky young heroine shakes up social rules and attempts to answer the questions that have puzzled mankind since the dawn of the beard.

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  • Sparkleshark by Philip Ridley

    Sparkleshark is a play about the power of imagination to soften the harsh realities of life. A play for young people, written by Phillip Ridley. In a spin of illusion, violence, and monsters, we meet nine secondary school pupils on a rooftop in the rough part of London. Unhappy family backgrounds make for true grit and a thrilling roar into the magic of storytelling.

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  • The Bula Loop

    22-year-old Adam dreams of travelling the world on a ‘Bula Loop’ round the world ticket, but when his younger brother gets there first and announces his gap year plans over dinner, the family are forced to face some crucial questions... Who will help with Adam now? Where’s the ketchup gone? And who ate all the chocolate brownies?

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  • No More Miss America!

    A performance by the How to Deal With Rude & Unruly Women collective, loosely based on New York Radical Women’s 1968 action outside the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City. With Helena Vortex and Teresa Albor. Caution: nudity and strong language from the start.

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  • Milkshake!

    Crazier than finding a poodle in your fridge – yes it’s SESKA! SOLD OUT Brighton Fringe 2014 & 2015. Nominated Best Family Show 2015. Returning with the coolest brand new show 'Milkshake!' packed with magic tricks, music, laughter, happiness, sword swallowing, mind reading and lots of cookies! It's fab!

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  • Séance

    The exclusive and intimate event returns to Brighton after its 2013 - 15 sell-out Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe runs. Twelve guests join Peter Antoniou for a thrilling and shocking adventure into the world of spirit contact. Modern techniques and the heritage of Victorian spiritualism combine to explore something that might just take you into the unknown. Forget what you have seen in horror films, experience a seance first hand. This show is not for the faint-hearted, or the easily offended.

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  • Thorn

    Thom grew up as a minister’s son. Until the age of 18, he thought his place was deep within the realm of modern Christianity. Moving to Sydney in pursuit of his ‘God-given gift’ to act, he soon discovered a whole other world outside the bubble of faith. Combining his personal experiences with that of a Pentecostal preacher caught up in a cancerous lie, this sermon-esque experience explores faith and truth. "A thought-provoking and thoroughly unexpected hour of intense performance" (ThreeWeeks)

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  • Talking To The Dead

    Is it possible to communicate with the dead? Magicians Griffin and Jones intend to find out. Using techniques from Victorian seance rooms, you are invited you to join them in an unforgettable journey into the unknown. Will you face your fears and join them as they peer into the Great Beyond and ask the question - Is anybody there? Sceptics and believers welcome.

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  • Involuntary Noises: The Songs of Jody Trehy

    "Cracking good songs in the style of Brecht, Bowie and Brel" (Irish Times) - Jody Trehy plays Brighton with a sublime international band as part of his 'Involuntary Noises' tour 2016. "An Irish soul poet in the tradition that produced Van Morrison and Paul Brady but with an added flavour of European theatre that hints at Bertolt Brecht and Jacques Brel." (Herald, Scotland) Shortlisted for the Brighton Fringe Award for Excellence, Edinburgh Festival, 2015.

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  • Imaginary Porno Charades

    Slipping in from its sell-out Edinburgh Fringe run, IPC enters Brighton! A 12 hour marathon of unstoppable panel show mayhem - we don't know if the captains and host can last that long! A variety of performers from across the Fringe form teams throughout the night to charade their audiences good and hard. With porno puns, sexy signals, and outrageous observations to keep you up all night, this is a game show that's strictly adult - and if we find any prizes, we'll give you one... 'One of the best late night shows at the Fringe...' ***** (TVBomb)

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  • Doktor James' Akademy of Evil

    WANTED: Small minions to join Doktor James' army of evil. Must be clever, naughty, and willing to help take over the world. Prepare for tests and challenges to show how wicked you are. We want the worst! Parents allowed.

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  • Andy and Sarah's Rantomime

    Every Christmas, comedians and buddies Andy Thomas (‘Crimes Against Humanities Teachers’) and Sarah Charsley (‘Ghost Sex’) continue their family tradition and meet to mime a rant, which the other must guess. Then they have to do it for real. It saves money on therapy! All of life’s major issues come out! Love, death, family, work, cats. No stone is left unturned. No turn is left unstoned. This year, they’re doing it just for you. Look behind you! The rantomime is about to begin.

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  • A Talent for Lying

    Lucy sits beside Aidan in a busy café. He says she knows him, but she doesn’t. Though determined not to be written into one of his stories, Lucy is persuaded to imagine a past she can’t remember. New writing from an exciting emerging Irish playwright. “Outstanding... ” (London Theatre Review )****

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  • Twonkey's Mumbo Jumbo Hotel

    Stop the hotel from being flattened to make way for a Frankie & Benny’s. Why is Drunk Welsh Anne's pistol missing from her garter belt? Why is the assistant manager hiding in the toilet? Time to enter the now legendary Twonkeyverse! Malcolm Hardee Award Nominee for Comic Originality

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  • Necessity

    Mish and Patrick have withstood redundancy, career dissatisfaction and the housing market, to settle into the tiny starter home that is their happily ever after. But a letter arrives creating an impossible decision for the couple, one that forces them to confront the legacies of things left unsaid and what it is they really need. Necessity is a compelling new play, by writer and director Paul Macauley, about our need to hold onto ideals and what we create in the world when our needs go unmet.

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  • Noiseless and Patient

    Prince Edward Island, Canada, 1883 - home to the young Lucy Maud Montgomery, creator of 'Anne of Green Gables'. Also home to four young women of Scottish, Irish and English descent who unravel their disparate stories of love, betrayal, and hope, as they spin and sew their young friend's wedding dress - looking towards uncertain futures in a pioneering new land where opportunities for women are still determined by class, origin, and education.

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  • The Unknown Soldier

    Jack stayed on when the guns fell silent, to search amongst the rusty wire and unexploded bombs for those that could never go home. For Jack has a promise to keep and a debt to repay, and as they gather the fallen together in the ever-growing cemeteries, Jack is looking for someone - someone in particular. A story of comradeship, betrayal and loss in a world forever changed by the carnage of the First World War. "Strong writing, an original approach and a sensitive performance" (The Stage.)

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  • A Graceful Dying

    How do the dying do their dying? What is this end-of-life thing all about? This show asks questions about dying, has no answers about living. Stories and glimpses of end-of-life moments from an artist and soul midwife, the show contains words, humour, paintings, film and maybe tears.

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  • Maria: The Life, Loves, and Music of Callas

    Follow Maria, the young child unwanted by her parents in war torn Greece, through her discovery at the age of 13 by Spanish opera singer, Elvira Hidalgo, to her changing opera into a blood and guts scenario, and her love affair and obsession with Onassis till their breakup. Interlaced with favourite arias like 'Oh Mio Babino Caro', 'Casta Diva' and 'Habenera', you will carry Callas in your heart.

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  • Desert Bloom

    "Everyone has a secret. How secret is yours? " What WAS Marilyn's real legacy ? Sex, celluloid, scandal or something else entirely? Rosarita, a fragile yet hardy Nevada bloom muses on the fate of Hollywood's favourite plaything, as well as life, literature and love. From the sweltering heat of her trailer - sustained only by cool drinks and night walks - she wonders if she herself has been transplanted in to the wrong soil.

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  • Erect But Unstable

    A comedic cabaret of monologues and spoken word examining queer love and relationships, sexual awakening and obsession. Accompany John on his journey through Montreal’s gay village, with side trips to science, religion and psychiatry, in search of some answers about sex and attraction.

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  • Piaf: Love Conquers All

    Returning to Brighton again after a sell out success, Laurene Hope shows the soul of Piaf with her addictions, her breakdowns, and her courage to perform in the midst of huge grief. “Laurene Hope is the spirit of Piaf without needing to imitate”

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  • Limelight

    Just the usual open mic night at the Iron Duke. Until it wasn’t. Award winning writing and production team (ArgusAngel Winner, FringeReview Teapot Winner, FringeGuru Reviewers Choice) return with World Premiere of an exciting new play. A celebration of envy, success and song. Gritty, funny, painful stories shared on open mic night. Musicians & stand-ups perform in search of the Limelight. One slot remains... Open auditions in April for cameo role! email besidetheseasideproductions@hotmail.co.uk

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  • Sex, Strokes, Death, Denial

    Betty had a stroke. Jonathan is dying. Their son Phil doesn't believe in illness. What could go wrong? Contains verbatim theatre, poetry and original musical score. Written by "Most Promising Playwright 2014," Jack Duffel.

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  • Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

    "Happy birthday Crookshank, how ‘bout a cup of SUCK IT THE F**K UP!?" With over 5 million views on Channel 4 News and fresh from a five star run at Edinburgh Fringe. Based on the true story of ex-Airwoman Crookshank’s time serving in the R.A.F. Charting her journey from basic training to the Falkland Islands. A heart-warming tale of courage and survival. Best New Play, Best New Production, Best Actress and Best Director - Broadway World Award nominations. Warning: Contains Penguins.

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  • Mummy or The Art of Saying Goodbye

    A cathartic and corrosively funny new play about a young professor who has shrouded herself in studies to numb the pain of grieving. Today, as she launches her first book - “Mummy or the Art of Saying Goodbye” - she is confronted with the spectre of her dead mother, irritating stifled wounds and unwinding her suppressed pain. “Achingly, brilliantly creative; warm, funny, devastating.” “Oh WOW! Go see MUMMY. I have no words.”

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  • Rosie Wilby: The Conscious Uncoupling

    Radio 4 regular poignantly interweaves comedy, memoir, love letters, breakup emails and Richard Hawley music to investigate the aftermath of a separation. "Brilliant piece about doing breakups kindly" (Female Arts.) Previously described as - "enthralling" **** (Broadway Baby); "endearing" **** (Fringe Guru)

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  • Owl Time

    Matchgirl is a refugee at a real camp in France, named Jungle in the media. As in the fairytale, she dreams of better times. The camp has been by Calais for years and there is still no electricity or water - an environmental disaster. Suffering from shell-shock she imagines her gran and her to return to her farm, but she starts working in a sweatshop for dreams, as others flee floods and dunes.

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  • Iron Clad Improv

    It doesn’t matter if you are a total beginner, or have more experience, our drop-in sessions are perfect for you, looking at all manner of things from short-form games to long-form world building and story-telling… £5 per session, loyalty cards available.

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  • Poker Night at the Inferno II - Return to the Inferno

    An interactive theatre experience from Firecat Masquerade. Bet what you can't afford to lose. The Inferno opens its gates once more to those willing to wager life and limb for ultimate arcane power. Will the cards fall in your favour? Or will the House win again? A game for up to thirty players.

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  • Home Grown Talent Show

    Support local talent and get an exclusive sneak preview of some of the best work coming to Brighton Fringe 2016 in our celebration of home grown talent. See the theatre, comedy, poetry, music, and storytelling being nurtured in our iconic cultural city, and get a taste of what England's largest arts festival has to offer!

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  • Brighton After Dark: The Revenge! - The Indoor Murder Tour Part II

    The sell-out non-walking tour has dug up greater darkness still from the history of Brighton! You are once again invited for another journey in Brighton's grisly past, as images from throughout our fine city's past are brought to life with a commentary from beyond... Tales of murder, deceit, and horror will take you back into the heart of Brighton - Queen of the Slaughtering Places!

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  • Trust Us, This Is All Made Up

    6 performers, 1 stage, 0 scripts. Using nothing more than a random set of audience suggestions, we improvise comedy before your very eyes. Guaranteed to put a smile on your face and warmth in your cockles...

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  • Gamie Lee Curtis presents...

    Our weekly Games Nights at The Iron Duke! We'll provide some games to play, but feel free to bring your own too. We're asking for a small £1 donation per person, which will be put into a kitty towards purchasing new games/ replacing any games that may get damaged. Come one, come all! Come alone and make new friends, or bring some existing friends! (Strictly 18+ due to licensing)

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What’s on

may, 2016

5may6:00 pm- 7:00 pmThe Bula Loop5th - 8th of May, 18:00City:Brighton Event TagsBrighton Fringe
5may6:40 pm- 7:40 pmMurder, She Didn't Write5th -8th of May, 18:40City:Brighton Event TagsBrighton Fringe
5may8:00 pm- 9:00 pmPeter Antoniou: Happy Medium5th - 12th of May, 20:00City:Brighton Event TagsBrighton Fringe
5may10:30 pm- 11:30 pmSéance5th - 8th of May, 22:30City:Brighton Event TagsBrighton Fringe
6may3:00 pm- 3:45 pmA Talent for Lying6th - 8th of May, 15:00City:Brighton Event TagsBrighton Fringe
6may4:40 pm- 5:30 pmOwl Time6th - 11th, 23rd - 29th of May, 16:40City:Brighton Event TagsBrighton Fringe