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WELCOME TO BRIGHTON FRINGE 2012 Brighton & Hove is a pretty amazing city. For more than 200 years, its status as a hub of creativity and individuality has been renowned throughout UK and the world. An ever-changing, compact, melting pot of contradictions, there are few places where such vibrant, indignant, flamboyant progressivism and staunch tradition merge so seamlessly into one. I believe that Brighton Fringe reflects this same spirit. Thanks to its open-access nature, it will always be at the vanguard of the nation’s creative consciousness. Always relevant, occasionally offensive, this chaotic cradle of creativity provides us with the vital cultural and societal reality check that we all so badly need. It stands, not on the fringes, but proudly in the centre – a true Festival for Everyone. But we can’t do it alone. We depend on the generous support of our sponsors, donors and partners who enable us to continue our work, not just during May, but throughout the year as well. So our heartfelt thanks go out to them, and to you, both participants and audiences. Without you there would be no festival at all. So I invite and urge you to explore this incredible programme and to step into the world of Brighton Fringe. There is, truly, no better place to be. Julian Caddy - Managing Director

BEHIND THE SCENES Managing Director Julian Caddy Marketing & Communications Kata Gyöngyösi, Chris Parkinson, Rosie Blackwell-Sutton and David Burns PR Participant Services Rachel Strange, Lauren Sadler, Jo Petkiewicz Office Manager Vanessa Jones Box Office Tom Arr-Jones, Sarah Yates, Ben Smith and Alice Walton Commercial Development Vasu Read Sales & Events Steve Bullock

INFORMATION Board of Trustees Heather James (Chair) Colin Matthews (Vice-chair) Damian Barr Steve Bustin Daisy Cresswell Judith Manson Richard Shaw Soraya Shaw Allan Spencer Douglas Stewart

04 Tickets, travel, sponsors, funders and supporters 06 Listings key and media partners

LISTINGS 08 Cabaret

Multimedia Team Paul Kondritz, Tilley Harris, Peter Williams, Peter Castleton, Wire World Media, Melita Dennett

15 Comedy

A big thank you to all Brighton Fringe volunteers.

29 Events

27 Dance 33 Kids

Cover photo ”Model” – Richard Collyer, lives in Brighton, loves the fact that Brighton and Brighton Fringe gives everyone a chance! Creative concept and design by Paul Copeland: small-creative.com Cover photo by David Stewart: davidstewwwart.com Special thanks to: Dave Borley, Maria McAteer and everyone else who applied to be on the cover! Brochure production and distribution A big thank you to all companies we work with: Frank! Communication Solutions - frankontheweb.com Paul Copeland - small-creative.com Door 22 Creative - door22.co.uk REALBrighton - realbrighton.com Impact Ideas - impactideas.co.uk Big Yellow Storage - bigyellow.co.uk Wyndeham Heron - wyndeham.co.uk Brighton Fringe, 5 Palace Place, Brighton BN1 1EF Registered Charity No 116376/VAT No 892 5694 68 Brighton Festival Fringe Ltd Company No 5578256 If you’d like to take part in Brighton Fringe 2013 please get in touch on info@brightonfringe.org – it’s never too early! To the best of our knowledge, the information contained in this brochure was correct at the time of going to press. Brighton Fringe accepts no responsibility for the accuracy or content and reserves the right to alter the programme without prior notice.

37 Literature 41 Music 49 Theatre 64 Tours 66 Visual arts 69 Workshops

REFERENCES 73 Daily Diary 78 Venue Guide 8 2 Map Our continued commitment to the environment means that this year’s guide is printed on paper from a sustainable source.

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TICKETS ONLINE

IN PERSON

24 hours a day at brightonfringe.org Brighton Fringe web helpline: 01273 91 72 72

Brighton Fringe Box Office and Hub, 54 North Street, Brighton BN1 1RH Brighton Dome Ticket Office, 29 New Road, Brighton, BN1 1UE

PHONE 01273 91 72 72 – Brighton Fringe Box Office 01273 709 709 – Brighton Dome Box Office

Churchill Square, Customer Services Desk, Brighton, BN1 2RG (card bookings only) USSU Box Office, Falmer House, University of Sussex, Falmer, East Sussex, BN1 9QF (Closed Fri 16 March – Mon 15 April)

OPENING HOURS

VENUES

Brighton Fringe Box Office: Mon - Fri 10am - 6pm Sat, Sun & Bank Hols 12pm - 4pm. During Brighton Fringe (5-27 May) 10am - 8pm daily

Some venues sell tickets at their own box office or on the door – see the venue guide at the back of this brochure for details. Booking fees vary.

Brighton Dome Ticket Office: Mon - Sat 10am - 6pm During Brighton Fringe (5-27 May) 10am - 7pm daily Tickets booked over the phone over the phone will incur additional charges

All tickets purchased by debit/credit card are subject to a 90p per ticket booking fee for the first 6 tickets in a transaction. Tickets booked over the phone may incur additional charges. Tickets booked through the Brighton Dome Ticket Office are subject to an additional transaction fee. No fee on cash purchases.

Exclusive 2 for 1 offers for Friends of Brighton Fringe. Take your friends and family out for less: become a member for just £25 and save money on tickets to over a hundred shows while also supporting a great arts charity. Look for 241 in the programme. Buy your membership and 2 for 1 tickets at brightonfringe.org

TRAVEL FROM OUT OF TOWN

GETTING AROUND BRIGHTON

TRAIN

BUS

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BIKE

On weekdays and most Saturdays, trains run between London Bridge and Brighton up to four times an hour with the last train leaving Brighton at 23:37.

National Express runs a regular service from London Victoria to Pool Valley coach station near the Old Steine.

On Sundays, trains usually run up to twice an hour with the last train leaving Brighton at 23:45. However, engineering work takes place some Sundays during the festival and may affect your journey. Please check before you travel call 08457 48 49 50 or visit firstcapitalconnect.co.uk

Brighton is approx 60 miles from London via the M23. Car parks are clearly signposted in the city and there is metered parking in many areas.

Brighton & Hove buses are an excellent way of getting around town - for full details of bus times, visit buses.co.uk. Day tickets are great value and can be bought on the bus for £4 or in advance for less from the one-stop travel shops or online. Call 01273 886200 for further details.

Most venues in Brighton Fringe are within cycling distance of the city centre and Brighton or Hove rail stations. Make sure you lock your bike considerately, especially if you are visiting open houses.

Trains to London Victoria via East Croydon and Gatwick airport run approx every 20 minutes. For timetables and fares visit nationalrail.co.uk

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FROM FURTHER AFIELD Gatwick Airport is 25 miles away and has a regular, 25 minute train service direct to Brighton. Newhaven Ferry port is 8 miles to the east of the city and has a regular bus service into Brighton.

TAXI For details of the major taxi ranks, check out the map in the back of this brochure.

ON FOOT

STAYING HERE If you would like to stay in Brighton, there is wide choice of hotels, bed and breakfasts and selfcatering accommodation. For details and to book go to visitbrighton.com

Walking between most Brighton Fringe venues is easy and (weather permitting) enjoyable.

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A BIG THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS, FUNDERS & SUPPORTERS PATRON: Richard Jordan

Headline sponsor

Partners Literature Partner

Launch & Event Partner

Bursary Scheme Partner

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BOX OFFICE

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Programme section sponsors

Thank you to our Fringe Addicts

Cabaret – Lady Boys of Bangkok Comedy – Komedia Dance – The Circus Project Events – Sussex Driveways Kids – Camp Bestival Literature – Hendrick’s Gin

David Flack • Bob Gilchrist • Gary Miller

Music – Babylon Theatre – The Stage/lovearts.com Tours – City Sightseeing Visual Arts – artrepublic Workshops – Pebble Trust Daily Diary – Visit Brighton

Thanks also to Friends of Brighton Fringe and Brighton Dome & Festival Ltd

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PROGRAMME National media partner

Regional media partner

Britain’s best-loved concise quality newspaper, for all the coverage on Brighton Fringe.

Daily in May for Brighton Fringe news, previews, reviews, competitions and ticket offers. The Argus Angels awards: Vote for your Fringe favourite at theargus.co.uk/brightonfestival

Other media partners

Brochure production & multimedia

Reviews and previews The Argus • theargus.co.uk BN1 Magazine • bn1magazine.co.uk broadwaybaby.com childfriendlybrighton.co.uk fringeguru.com fringereview.co.uk Gscene • gscene.com guide2brighton.com Latest 7 • thelatest.co.uk lovefringe.com thenewcurrent.com welovebrighton.com

BEYOND BRIGHTON FRINGE BRIGHTON FESTIVAL Guest Director – Vanessa Redgrave. 5 – 27 May This May, Brighton and Hove comes alive with an exciting programme of events in celebration of this year’s Guest Director – Vanessa Redgrave. With such an influential ambassador of the performing arts at the helm, Brighton Festival explores her passions and interests through themes that range from acting and politics to memory, nostalgia and story-telling.

01273 709709 brightonfestival.org

ARTISTS OPEN HOUSES

HOUSE 2012

Weekends 5 - 27 May

5 - 27 May

Featuring contemporary and original work by 1,300 artists & makers, shown in 250 venues citywide, Open Houses offer a great opportunity to meet artists and buy directly from them. HOUSE Open exhibition, at Brighton Dome, showcases work by selected Open House artists & students. aoh.org.uk

HOUSE 2012 brings a new co-commission and related works from British artist David Batchelor to the Regency Town House, with responses from local artists being shown at venues around the city. housefestival.org

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Radio City Theatre

The Theatre Workshop

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Funny Radio City transports you to the halcyon days when wireless drama ruled the airwaves... Crackingly current scripts and inventive sound effects mean this is radio like you’ve never seen it! www.radiocitytheatre.com 6, 27 May 2pm - 3pm & 4pm - 5pm £5 C1BB

Hurly Burly (The) 157 K7 Musical Theatre A celebration and interrogation of the glory days of Vaudeville and Cabaret, featuring songs by Piaf and Jacques Brel. Performed by Advanced Performing Arts students aged 15-18years. www.familyfringe.co.uk 13 May 7pm - 7:50pm & 9pm - 9:50pm £12

ALIVE & SWINGING WITH MARILYN MONROE Alive & Swinging Productions Ltd

Jive Monkey Theatre & Bar (The) 61 J9 Funny Marilyn Monroe is finding heaven a bore. She returns to earth for one more night of fun bringing Las Vegas legend Elvis Presley and special guest. www.aliveandswinging.co.uk 18 - 20 May 9pm - 11pm £15

CHAP HOP HOORAH! Mr. B The Gentleman Rhymer

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Funny Mr. B returns to Brighton Fringe with more vintage beats, banjolele-thrashing and songs of chivalry, courtesy and cricket. Chap-Hop Hoorah! www.gentlemanrhymer.com 8, 9 May 9pm - 10pm, 17 May 6pm - 6:50pm

£10 (£8)

APPROACHING 80

CHRIS HARE THE MINDBOGGLER

Latest Music Bar 95 K9 Solo show Approaching 80: A cabaret created by Lynn Ruth Miller with music by Robert Pettigrew. Listen to outrageous comedy and song that tells it like it is. www.lynnruthmiller.com 23 - 25 May 8:30pm - 9:20pm + 10:30pm - 11:20pm £5 C1A6

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Chris Hare

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Chris Hare, The Mindboggler, presents his unique mindboggling and mind-reading skills. A fun, interactive show filled with unique and convincing mind-reading feats. Be careful what you think! www.mindboggler.co.uk 10, 17, 24 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm £6 18+

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BALLS DEEPER

COPPERDOLLAR: THE BACK OF BEYOND

Rayguns Look Real Enough

Copperdollar

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Funny The bravado and peacock strutting of stadium rock crammed into a space the size of a hatchback; release the tiger, start the party! www.raygunslookrealenough.com 8, 9 May 7:30pm - 8:30pm £10 (£8)

Blind Tiger Club (The) 257 K8 Interactive Award-winning cabaret, Brighton Fringe 2009. Copperdollar is an immersive experience, a celebration to join in. With rocking sounds and dance that will leave your bones aching for more. www.copperdollar.co.uk 18 - 20 May 8pm - 2am £10 (£8)

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Main event 9pm - Midnight

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BOURGEOIS & MAURICE AND FRIENDS!

DARKLING

Bourgeois & Maurice

Dusty Limits

Warren (The) 58 I9 Live Music Musical cabaret oddities Bourgeois & Maurice want to introduce you to some friends... A mixed bill bonanza featuring alt-drag superstar Jonny Woo and international mime-comedy sensation Dr Brown. www.bourgeoisandmaurice.co.uk 26 May 10pm - 11:30pm £16.50

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Funny Cabaret legend Dusty Limits sings songs of love and doom for a world spinning into oblivion. Dark comedy laced with sweet melancholy. Featuring striking original songs and twisted covers. www.dustylimits.com 6 May 7pm - 8pm £10 (£8)

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BOURGEOIS & MAURICE... STARTED A BAND

DER WURST OF DER WUNDERLICH

Bourgeois & Maurice

Der Wunderlich Revue

Warren (The) 58 I9 Satire The award-winning cabaret stars bring their brand new rock band to Brighton for the first time to present their unrivalled mix of musical comedy, cutting satire and mindwarping sartorial flair. www.bourgeoisandmaurice.co.uk 25 May 10pm - 11:15pm £12 (£11)

Brighton Ballrooms 83 N10 A ‘best (wurst?)’ of bonanza from the all-male cabaret and boylesquers, Der Wunderlich Revue. The usual mix of stripping, singing, cheerleading, pole-dancing, nudity and stupidity. And possibly unicycles. www.wunderlichrevue.net 6 May 7pm - 8pm £10 (£8)

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DES O’CONNOR: STRIPPED AND POLISHED

EVE SPEAKS: A MUSICAL CABARET

Des O’Connor

The Bitchuationist

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Funny Radio One’s ‘King of Cabaret’ has been likened to a modern-day Noel Coward. You’ll see why in an hour of witty word craft, guaranteed to shock, charm and entertain. 7 May 9pm - 10pm

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Funny Join Eve for a kinkier retelling of the Book of Genesis through live music and cabaret stylings. The Serpent’s her lover, Adam is flaccid, and the world is her oyster. www.bitchuationist.blogspot.com 4 - 6 May 10pm - 10:50pm £8 (£6.50)

£10 (£8)

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DIABOLICAL

PG

Interval

Out of Town

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FORGET-ME-NOT WEARS THE TROUSERS

Diabolical

Warren (The) 58 I9 Magic Come see real, live, magical prestigitation and eye-popping illusions. No televisual trickery. No stooges. No brain numbing geekery. You will be mystified and entertained. Trust us! www.warrenvenue.com 17 May 8:45pm - 10pm £10 (£8) 15+ 241 C1A1

Sharon Elizabeth Soprano

Hurly Burly (The) 157 K7 Vocal International cabaret artiste Forget-Me-Not slips past the censor and turns up the heat, performing risquè and banned songs from the ‘20s and ‘30s celebrating sexual liberation and gender cross-pollination! www.sharonelizabethsoprano.com 11 May 9:30pm - 10:40pm £12 (£10) C19C

18+

DIVINELY BETTE Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Solo show Bringing the songs, characters and comedy of the brilliant Bette Midler to life. Divinely Bette revels in irreverence, highlighting the musical hits, raucous humour and comedy songs of Bette’s career. www.divinelybette.com 5, 6, 7, 26, 27 May 3:15pm - 4:15pm, 5 - 7 May 7pm - 8pm, 25, 27 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm Donations 18+ C1B7

ECCENTRONIC PRESENT: WE WON’T ROCK YOU Eccentronic

Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Dance music Eccentronic present their first ‘mainstream musical’ - featuring eccentric, enthralling songs about time-wasting, socks and a trip to Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch. A zesty melee of electronic musical mash-ups and oddball humour. www.eccentronic.co.uk 11- 13, 18- 20 May 5:50pm - 6:45pm, 25 - 27 May 4:35pm 18+ C199 - 5:30pm Free

HIP HOP MOVIE BLOCK PARTY SPECIAL Trailer Trash

Komedia 105 J8 Club night Yes yes y’all it’s the Trailer Trash hip hop movie themed block party special! DJs, film clips, savage rap battles, b boys, breakin, live acts and graff. Swag it out. 25 May 9pm - 2am £10 (£8) C1AD

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HOW-TO READ MINDS & INFLUENCE PEOPLE Doug Segal

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Funny Last year’s sell out hit returns! Learn to predict the lottery, read minds, detect lies & more. Edinburgh Evening News: **** What’s On Stage: ***** Fringe Guide: ***** Skinny: **** www.dougsegal.co.uk 25 - 27 May 7:15pm - 8:15pm £7.50 (£5) 15+

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Now in its third year, Legal & General Bursaries are awarded to 12 participants of Brighton Fringe. All recipients are from Brighton & Hove. Don't miss 2012 bursary winners' home-grown events!

LITERATURE

KRAPP’S LAST TAPE SAMUEL BECKETT The Lectern

THE BATTLE OF THE TREES Latest Music Bar PROFESSOR GEORGE RITZER: PUBLIC LECTURE Asa Briggs Lecture Theatre

COMEDY LESBILICIOUS PRESENTS... Psychosocial PANTS NO STRINGS ATTACHED The Brunswick THE BUS SHOW The Bus

KIDS

WONDERLANDS: TRIPLE BILL OF FANTASTICAL VOYAGES Brighton and Hove High School

CREATE A MAGICAL TRAIN JOURNEY Hove Methodist Church

FRIENDS OF SALTDEAN SA LIDO FUN DAY Saltdean Oval Park

MUSIC WYND Worlds End THE MASTER BLUES BROTHERS

Legal & General Bursaries 2012 Supporting Local Talent "Legal & General is committed to making a positive difference in the local community where we have our business and where our employees live and work. Continuing to support these bursaries is a way in which we can support and encourage local artists to take part in a great local festival." Frances Borrer CSR Manager, Legal & General

Jive Monkey Theatre and Bar

SUSSEX SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: CSI OPERA St Bartholomews Church

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KISS OF THE RED MENACE

OLIVER MEECH: WHEN MAGIC & SCIENCE COLLIDE

Kerry Hodgkin & Ladyblue Music

Oliver Meech

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J7 Musical theatre Cabaret, Chicago, Funny Lady and many more... Kander & Ebb wrote them all. Diva-Chanteuse, Melody La Rouge sings them all in this exhilarating tribute to Broadway’s best! www.melodylarouge.com 5 - 7, 26, 27 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm, 5 - 7, 27 May 8:15pm -

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J7 Magic Magic boffin Oliver Meech returns to meddle with forces we barely understand. Astounding tricks inspired by amazing science. “Could rival superstar Derren Brown” - Theatre Wales. “Funny, endearing, impressive showmanship” - ThreeWeeks. www.magicmeech.com 21 - 24 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm £5 (£3)

9:15pm, 26 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm FREE

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LES COCQUE UPS!

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Drags Aloud

PANDORA’S BOX

Komedia 105 J8 Funny Drags Aloud present a new faux-French burlesque of misunderstanding and misinterpretation. With a croissant in one hand and a cup of comedy in the other, Les Cocque Ups! promises laughs-a-plenty. www.dragsaloud.com 24 May 7:30pm - 9:45pm £12 (£10)

Class Stage Productions

18+

Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Funny Pandora, Goddess of Yorkshire, dishes the dirt on her punters, fellow strippers and herself through stand-up comedy and hilarious parodied cabaret. From toilet attendant to XXL stripper, Pandora is gold. www.class-stage.co.uk 20 - 27 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm £5

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LES PETITES PARISIENNES

PIANODIVALICIOUS!

Le Burlesque Klub

Amy Abler

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Burlesque Join Valentina del Pearls and three other leading lights of French New Burlesque for a remarkable revue bringing together glitter, glamour and humour. www.leburlesqueklub.com 12 May 8pm - 10pm

Regency Tavern (The) 82 H9 Solo show Imagine if Bette Midler and Liberace had a ‘lovechild’... The PianoDiva has arrived! Amy Abler titillates, teases, and thrills with stunning virtuosity, variety, and ‘clean burlesque’ style. Unrestrained joy! www.pianodivalicious.com 17 - 19 May 3pm - 5:50pm + 8pm - 8:50pm

£9

Free

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LORRAINE BOWEN’S POLYESTER FIESTA!

PROFESSOR ELEMENTAL’S GREAT AND SECRET SHOW

Lorraine Bowen

Professor Elemental

St Michael & All Angels Church 191 H7 Funny Funny fashion catwalk cabaret show celebrating 70 years of polyester! Synthetic outfits galore! With songs, dancing and scientific facts. Bar/drinks too! www.polyesterfiesta.com 25 May 8pm - 10pm

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Funny A night of steam-powered hip hop, comedy and surprises! Featuring friends from the worlds of music, comedy and the peculiar - Professor Elemental presents and unforgettable evening of entertainment. www.ProfessorElemental.com 3 - 5, 18 May 10pm - 11:30pm £8.50 (£6.50)

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SADIE AND THE FADED LADIES

LOVING LONDON:THE CAPITAL CABARET

Sadie and The Faded Ladies

Fiona-Jane Weston

Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Theatrical Quirky personal take on the history of London from the Romans to today, and why Fiona-Jane loves living there. Full of fun, frolics and fabulous songs, verse and drama. www.fionajaneweston.com 10, 17, 24 May 7pm - 8pm £6 (£4) 18+

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Latest Music Bar 95 K9 Variety Sadie and The Faded Ladies. Comedy, music and song. An evening of laughter and music with the hilarious, multi-talented ladies from a bygone age. Mixing today with yesterday... unforgettable! www.wix.com/sarahinlondon/sadieandthefadedladies 15+ C1BD 7 May 7pm - 8pm, 13, 27 May 9pm - 10pm £8

SLIGHTLY UNUSUAL COMEDY AND ILLUSION SHOW

MAROUCHKA BLACK

Slightly Unusual

ITAP

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J7 Solo show A little twisted. A lot of fun. One woman and her mannequins. A dark take on human situations where the other person is silent. Marouchka Black will leave you speechless. 18 - 20 May 4:30pm - 5:15pm, 21, 22 May 5:45pm - 6:30pm Free

18+

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Varndean School 142 G1 Magic We are The Comedy Illusionists. A team of performers that combine stunning, cutting edge illusions with laugh-outloud comedy, to bring you something totally different. www.slightlyunusual.co.uk 5, 7, 10-14, 17-19 May 7:30pm - 8:30pm £10 (£6) 241 C1B9

MOVIN’ MELVIN BROWN - SOUL TO SOUL Movin’ Melvin Brown

Komedia 105 J8 Musical theatre “Spectacular - Electrifying performance!” - ArtsHub. Musical journey, Africa to America today, featuring songs by Otis, James, Ray Charles, Sam Cooke... Music, story, dance, tap, comedy. “Majestic, passionate, beyond belief” The List, Edinburgh**** www.movinmelvin.com 13 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £15 (£17.50 on the door)

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MOVIN’ MELVIN BROWN

SOUL TO

SOUL

(I HAVE A DREAM)

JAMES BROWN and OTIS REDDING

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“Exceptional... sheer brilliance” - The Scotsman

Join us for free outdoor Brighton Fringe performances that bring the city to life!

A musical, Tap dancing Soulful extravaganza

Sun 13th May

7.30pm

Doors open

6.30pm

Tickets £15 advance or £17.50 at the door

Gardner Street Brighton Komedia Box Office: 0845 2939490 Fringe Box Office: 01273 91 72 72

komedia.co.uk/brighton brightonfestivalfringe.org.uk

An intriguing journey through the foundation of Soul Music, Dance, Tap-dance, Comedy...

“Majestic, passionate, beyond belief” ****The List, Edinburgh

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SPIRIT SIDESHOW

THREE BALLS AND A NEW SUIT

Peter Campbell-Wells

Mat Ricardo

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Magic Darkly comical Humbug! Magician and mentalist Peter CampbellWells shares his passion for haunted antiques and possessed nicknacks, presenting a selection of his favourite curios for your entertainment and pleasure! www.spiritsideshow.co.uk 5, 12, 19, 26 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Funny Ricardo’s skill, dedication and dead-pan wit are legendary. Now he’s hitting Brighton with his award-winning Edinburgh show. One of the most original and compelling evenings you’ll enjoy this year. 7 May 7pm - 8pm, 17 May 7pm - 8pm £10 (£8)

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THE LADY BOYS OF BANGKOK

TROUSER-WEARING CHARACTERS

Exchange Events Ltd

Rose Collis

Sabai Pavilion (The) 104 J8 Theatrical ‘Carnival Queens’ - an all new show, featuring beating drums, bewitching bodies and beautiful costumes, in the UK’s number one comedy cabaret spectacle. A carnival fiesta like you have never experienced before! www.ladyboysofbangkok.co.uk 27 - 29, 30 April, 1- 7, 9 - 14, 16- 27 May 7pm - 8:45pm, 27, 28, 30 April, 4, 5, 7, 11, 12, 14, 18, 19, 21 -26 May 9pm - 10:45pm, 29 April, 6, 13, 20, 26, 27 May 4:30pm - 6:15pm

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Revue Writer/performer Rose Collis’s first one-woman cabaret show. A uniquely devised mixture of music, history and comedy, featuring eclectic characters from Nancy Spain to the “f**king lady”, Coral Browne. www.rosecollis.com 3, 4, 7, 8 May 7pm - 8pm, 19, 20 May 5pm - 6pm 18+ £8.50 (£6.50) 241 C1B3

£14.50 - £27 See website for details on seating options and 15+ concessions. 27 April all seats £14. C1AF THE LOVELY BROTHERS The Lovely Brothers

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Funny Eccentric and anarchic comedy band plays preposterous vaudeville power pop laced with satire, silliness and disturbing dance routines. A kind of punky pantomime which is actually pretty funny. www.thelovelybrothers.co.uk 27 May 8:30pm - 11pm £5 (£4)

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THE MIRACLE BERRY MYSTERY PARTY Bordello Boeheme @ The Mesmerist

Mesmerist (The) 72 I9 Burlesque Brighton’s tastiest late-night performers serve up a delectable 4-course meal like no other, climaxing with a Miracle Berry, a mysterious fruit that makes even the bitterest foods taste deliciously sweet! www.labordelloboheme.com 3, 17, 24 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £30 18+

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THE PINK SINATRA Scott Free

New Steine Hotel, Bar and Bistro 139 K9 Swing A light-hearted romp through the Sinatra/Rat Pack songbook, together with songs from contemporary artists, the Pink Sinatra puts his unique twist on classic swing/ easy-listening tunes. www.thepinksinatrashow.biz 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26 May 8pm - 10pm, 6, 13, 20, 27 May 5:30pm - 7:30pm, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24 May 7:45pm - 9:45pm £9

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THE PROHIBITION CHARADE The Swings Neo-Cabaret Project

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Jazz Step back in time with The Swings Neo-Cabaret Project. One soulful voice & two dynamic dancers - a glamorous experience with hints of theatre, burlesque and dazzling sex appeal. www.myspace.com/the.swings 24 May 10pm - 10:30pm £9 (£7.50) £5 students 18+

TRUANT TRICKSTER Paul Dabek

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Funny Relive school through the eyes of a misunderstood misfit! An eclectic mix of enchanting illusion, quick-fire comedy and jaw-dropping prestidigitation. www.pauldabek.com 6, 7 May 6pm - 7pm £10 (£8) 15+

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TWONKEY’S KINGDOM Laughing Horse/Paul Vicker.

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Absurdist “Mr. Twonkey is a true comic original” - The Scotsman 4 STARS. He is nothing less then the Walt Disney Mark E Smith. The last bastion of bamboozlement. Zoom to Xanadu. www.youtube.com/user/broomfool 24 - 27 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm £4 (£3) 18+ C1A7

VIVE LE CABARET! O’Connor Arts&Ents/Blond Ambition

Komedia 105 J8 Funny Award-winning show that has thrilled UK audiences. A lavish feast of comedy, cabaret and all-round entertainment. Great British variety and dazzling international talent: a five-star festival in itself! www.vivelecabaret.com 3 May 8pm - 10pm £12 (£10) 15+ C1B0

WANTED FOR CRIMES AGAINST JAZZ The Tempo Teasers

Jive Monkey Theatre & Bar (The) 61 J9 Jazz Burlesque? Catsuits? Lovetoys? Is this really jazz? And where does Michael Ball fit in? Join the Tempo Teasers for Funtastic music and frolics in search of the jazz within. 15 - 17 May 9pm - 10pm £9 15+ 241 C19F

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THE REVOLUTION WILL BE SEXUAL East End Cabaret

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Funny Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, this debauched duo will shock, amuse and enlighten with their critically-acclaimed cabaret show. ‘The queens of musical smut’ - TimeOut. www.eastendcabaret.com 8, 9 May 6pm - 7pm £10 (£8) 15+

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Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Ever felt crazier than Mel Gibson in a synagogue? You may have had a quarter-life crisis! Scotsgay pick of the free fringe 2011 www.iloveaaron.co.uk 5 - 7, 25 - 27 May 5:45pm - 6:45pm Free 18+ C3A0

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Stand-up ‘Wanna be German? Of course you do!’ Hard-hitting, radical, hilarious - the first German comedian to hold a mirror up to real present-day Germany and Britain. ‘Genius’ (EdinburghGuide). www.germancomedy.com 13 - 16 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm 21 - 24 May 7pm - 8pm

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Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Stand-up If you’ve ‘bean stalking’ Mark Diamond (6’6) and Darren Walsh (6’8) lately, then you’ll know it will guarantee an event where the only thing taken seriously is idiocy. 6footsilly.co.uk 14 - 16 May 7pm - 8pm, 18, 19 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm

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ALEX HORNE: SEVEN YEARS IN THE BATHROOM

Vladimir McTavish

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Stand-up Sell-out success at 2011 Edinburgh Fringe. ‘One of the finest acts on the Scottish comedy circuit’ (Guardian) takes a hilarious look at the culture of gambling. ‘Masterful’ Metro. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk 19, 20 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm £6 (£5)

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Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Spoken word Dictators have fallen. Empires have been won and lost. Now geeks rule the world. Combining spoken word, music and comedy, Hayden shows how the meek have inherited the earth. www.haydencohen.co.uk 18 - 20 May 3pm - 3:50pm £8.50 (£7) £5 student

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Alex Horne

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Award-winning comedian Alex Horne returns to recreate your entire life. That’s right, he’ll squeeze everything you’ll ever do into one evening. So come and laugh at your life. www.longlivealex.com/ 13 May 4:45pm - 5:45pm £12 (£10) C3C5

A KICK IN THE TEETH

AN AUSTRIAN AND SOMEONE FROM SLOUGH

Casual Violence! Comedy

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Absurdist Award-winning sketch troupe Casual Violence are relentlessly battered with the misery stick in the name of finding happiness. Deadly boardgames, lost mums and live music. ***** “Ludicrously inventive” (ThreeWeeks) *****(FringeGuru). www.casualviolencecomedy.co.uk 25, 26 May 8:45pm - 9:45pm £8 (£7)

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A LITTLE COMMITMENT Jesterfool Productions Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up She loved his INCH of Integrity. He wondered Why Dwarves Hate Christmas. Together they’ve made A Little Commitment. Join Kiruna Stamell (Life’s too Short, CastOffs) & Comedian Gareth Berliner. www.kirunastamell.net 8, 10, 11 May 5pm - 5:50pm, 9 May 10:30pm - 11:20pm, 12 May 2:30pm - 3:20pm Free

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A NICE EVENING WITH WALLAN Lou Sanders

Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Includes up to 9 props. 9.5 jokes. No dance. ‘From the crazy off-beat surrealism of Lou Sanders, it seems like something new is happening in comedy.’ The Independent 2011. www.lousanders.com 5 - 8 May 8:15pm - 9:05pm Free 18+ C3A3

Cecilia Delatori & Alice Frick

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up Cecilia Delatori (‘hugely talented’ - List) and Alice Frick (‘refreshingly streetwise humour’ - Austrian Times) present stand up and songs about coasters, pleasure aids, landladies and ‘fun’ German musical house rules. www.alicefrick.com 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 3:15pm - 4:15pm Free C3AB

AND IT’S GOODNIGHT FROM HER St John’s Centre 66 E7 Storytelling Unfailingly humorous storytelling. Wry reminiscences of a life increasingly lived in bus pass land, visiting some icons along the way. Recounted with Sha Wylie’s inimitable ‘warmth’ Latest 7. www.shawylie.co.uk 8 May 2pm- 3pm, 17 May 4pm - 5pm, 26 May 6pm - 7pm 18+ Free C428

ANDY THOMAS & ROB MALONEY Andyland Productions

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Dark, hilarious sketch show from favourites Rob and Andy. Justin Timberlake explains the economic crisis and Robert De Niro spoils The Elephant Man’s Christmas show. ‘The audience loved them’ - The Argus. 19 May 3pm - 4:15pm, 20 May 9:30pm - 10:45pm 15+ 241 £7.50(£6) C39E

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AWARD-WINNING COMEDIAN NIK COPPIN

BOURNE IMPROVABLES: HILARIOUS IMPROVISED COMEDY SHOW

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up The affable comedian returns with a new show consisting of anecdotes about the silly and serious awards he has won in his past. ‘Fun and amazing’ - Melbourne Comedy Festival. www.nikcoppin.com 10 - 12 May 7:30pm - 8:30pm £5 18+ 241 C3AE

ImprovWithUs

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Improv Unpredictable, dynamic, quirky. A hilarious mix of scenes based on audience suggestions that will have you laughing from beginning to end. Jolly hour of spontaneous fun with something for everyone. www.improvwithus.co.uk 5 May 3:45pm - 4:45pm & 5pm - 6pm £5 (£4)

BAD BREAD: 10 THINGS TO SNIFF BEFORE YOU DIE!

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BRIGHTON MUST SEES

Bad Bread

BMS

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Sketch show Apparently the world will end in 2012, so Bad Bread have created their own sketch bucket list. Ensure the little time you have left is spent clutching your stomach laughing. www.badbread.co.uk 18, 19 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm £8.50 (£6.50) 15+ C3E0

Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Stand-up A carousel of some of the highlights of the best acts and shows from across the Brighton Fringe. (‘A fantastic night of comedy’ ***** - The London Word). brightonfringefest.co.uk 12, 13 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm, 15 - 17, 22 - 24 May 5:45pm - 6:45pm, 26, 27 May 3:15pm - 4:15pm Free 18+ C3A7

BEESQUIT

CAB HAPPY!

Artimmediate

DJ Minicab/discocars.com

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Physical An opera singer explodes, delivering a bathrobed accordionist. A music maker with germinating moustaches, who drives a synchronised swimmer without rhythmic skills: all performed by one person with no special effects. www.artimmediate.com 5, 6, 16 - 18, 24, 25 May 5:45pm - 6:45pm 8, 9, 13 May 7pm - 8pm, 21 - 23 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm Free 18+ C418

Madeira Drive (Next to Brighton Wheel) 475 K10 Interactive

A mobile comedy set in a people carrier - with opera, dancing, street antics and a story. It’s a much better way to tour Brighton. ***** Edinburgh Evening News. discocars.com 4, 5, 11, 12 May 6:30pm - 7:30pm & 8:30pm - 9:30pm £12 18+ (£10) C433

CHARMIAN HUGHES: CHARMAGEDDON!

BEST OF LATE NIGHT GIMP FIGHT!

Charmian Hughes

Late Night Gimp Fight!

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 End Of The World? Party on! Charmian’s here with apocalyptic fashion tips, romantic advice, last wish fulfilment, badvent calendar and char-mayan ritual dancing. ‘Charming ribaldry’ (Guardian) Glastonbury festival mc. charmianhughes.co.uk 6, 13, 20, 27 May 5pm - 6pm £4.50 (£3.50) 18+ 241 C420

Warren (The) 58 I9 Sketch show The UK’s most exciting sketch group is back! The Gimps bring the very best of their “Gloriously funny spunkstorm of bad taste” (Chortle) to Brighton. Total sell-out 2011. www.latenightgimpfight.com 19 May 8:45pm - 9:45pm £10 (£8.50) 18+ C3E6

CHEAP LAUGHS*

‘THE FUNNIEST THING I’VE EVER SEEN’ KISS FM

Eric Gudmunsen

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 risqué Cheap Laughs* is a FREE delightful blend of old-school comedy with a smattering of comedy songs. Sponsored by NON-PC WORLD. Belly-laughs guaranteed. The bastard love-child of Chubby Brown & Bernard Manning! www.ericgudmunsen.com 18+ C3C4 13 - 27 May 10:45pm - 11:45pm Free

CHRIS MAYO’S IDENTITY CRISIS Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Stand-up Hello, I’m comedian and actor Chris Mayo at least I think I am. Join me for my new stand-up show exploring the various identities we inhabit. **** Three Weeks. www.chrismayo.co.uk 11, 12 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm £6 (£5) 18+ 241 C3BB

Cock & tail inn 2: the 80s Driftwood Productions

Barcelo Brighton Old Ship Hotel (The) - Tudor Room 289 I9 Slapstick A riotous 80s pub comedy and sequel to last year’s sellout show. Mike returns to the Cock & Tail Inn, a yuppie in search of his Princess Di... www.driftwoodproductions.co.uk 9 - 12, 16-19, 23 - 26 May 7:45pm - 10pm £10 (£8) 18+ 241 C3BB

COMEDY POWER HOUR Kayla’s Comedy Production

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Northern Lights 153 J9 Political Join our comedians to go through the day’s papers. Have your say on the issues of the day. Something tickled your funny bone/got your goat? Part comedy/part rant-you decide. www.kaylascomedy.co.uk 5, 12, 26 May 6:30pm - 7:30pm £10 (£8.50) 15+ C411

Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

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Laughing Horse

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Improv ComedySportz is the North West’s top improvised comedy troupe. A fast-paced show where two teams battle it out for laughs. ‘Non-stop stream of gags, sketches and general hilarity.’ LEP www.comedysportz.co.uk 11 - 14 May 4.30pm - 5:30pm Free

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up Dick Coughlan’s high-speed energetic rants and vulgarity will leave you laughing out loud and with a feeling that the human race should be exterminated. youtube.com/coughlan616 12 May 10:45pm - 11:45pm, 13, - 16, 18 May 8:15pm 9:15pm, 17 May 9:15pm - 10:15pm Free 18+ C3BD

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COMIC BOOM

FILTHY WEEKENDER COMEDY

Jill Edwards Comedy Workshops

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Komedia 105 J8 Komedia’s legendary night of rising comedy stars topped off by storming headliner Mike Wozniak. MC Paul McCaffrey. “When Comic Boom is on, there is nowhere else to be.” Latest ***** www.jill-edwards.co.uk 31 May 7pm - 10:30pm £9 (£7)

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Get up-close and personal with national comedy stars and prime local talent in one of Brighton Fringe’s most popular and intimate late night venues. 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26 May 10pm - 11:45pm £8.50 (£6.50) 15+ C40F

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CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITIES TEACHERS Andyland Productions

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 A teacher gives his leaving speech and is interrupted by the ghost of Kenneth Williams (Colin Elmer) who berates the teacher’s efforts. Hilarious and poignant comedy with Andy Thomas. 5, 7, 12 May 3pm - 4:15pm, 20 May 7:30pm - 8:45pm £9 (£7) 241 C39D

DAMIAN KINGSLEY: WORK IN PROGRESS Laughing Horse Comedy

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up Work-in-progress stand up and stories from Damian Kingsley, Laughing Horse Finalist, Newbury/Bath Fringe Finalist. ‘A considerable talent with strong anecdotal humour’ (Three Weeks, Ed Fringe 2011). www.damiankingsley.co.uk 6, 7, 13 May 5:45pm - 6:45pm, 17, 20 May 7pm - 8pm, 18+ C422 25, 27 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm Free

FIVE CAME DOWN FROM LONDON Immaculateconcepts

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Maggio has come all the way from Düsseldorf to tell you things about animal sex without mentioning the war. Or was it the other way around? We will help. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk 25, 26 May 11:45pm - 12:45am, 27 May 10:30pm 18+ C402 11:30pm Free

FOIL, ARMS AND HOG Foil, Arms and Hog

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Sketch show Irish sketch-comedy, potato, potato, potato, potato, pot of gold, potato. You racist. Sold-out Edinburgh shows ‘09, ‘10, ‘11. “Deliriously funny and at times unexpectedly dark” (The List) **** (Chortle). www.foilarmsandhog.ie 5 - 7 May 5pm - 6pm £8.50 (£7) £5 students 7 May only

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DANIEL-RYAN SPAULDING: HOW DARE YOU!

FRENEMIES

Daniel-Ryan Spaulding

Peyvand Khorsandi and Daphna

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up Provocative, intelligent, with the right amount of sass, internationally touring Canadian comic Daniel-Ryan Spaulding brings the world of a fearless, lovable young gay man, who doesn’t take shit from anyone! danielryanspaulding.com 25 - 27 May 3:45pm - 4:45pm £5 18+ C3FF

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Stand-up Israeli comic Daphna Baram (Miss D) and Iranian-born Peyvand Khorsandi set out to make sense of their two ever-so-slightly bonkers countries... and, ahem, identities. www.laughinghorsecomedy.co.uk/brightonfringe/ programme.htm 18+ C42D 8, 9 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm Free

DAVE BAUCUTT: THIS TIME IT’S PERSONAL Dave Baucutt

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 A stand-up comedian who started stand-up in 2010 and has since had over 300 hits on You Tube and is currently topping 135 followers on Twitter. Oh yeah. www.davebaucutt.com 21 - 25 May 5pm - 6pm Free 18+ C3F3

DISCOGRAFFITI - SONGWRITING UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT Ashley Frieze and Incredible Productions

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Stand-up Some songs are written, others appear to have been scrawled on a toilet wall. Comedian Ashley Frieze explores what makes songs great. Today might be the day the music dies. www.discograffiti.co.uk 18, 19 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm & 25, 26 May 18+ 241 C3E1 8:15pm - 9:15pm £5 (£4)

DREW CAMERON. STAND UP CHAMELEON Drew Cameron

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Drew Cameron hears voices in his head. No he’s not schizophrenic, he’s an impressionist. He’s better than Monet! ‘Mind boggling! Must be seen (and heard) to be believed’ - Time Out. www.comedyimpressionist.com 7 - 9 May 10:45pm - 11:30pm £5 18+ C423

FUNNY FILLIES!:SAJEELA KERSHI / SUZY BENNETT Friends with Fringe Benefits

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up Two award-winning comedians with two different takes on life, two fabulously Funny Fillies horsing around for and hour of comedy tales short and tall. ‘Rising Star’ BBC, ’very funny’ Jimmy Carr. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk 5, 17 - 19, 24 - 26 May 7:30pm - 8:30pm Donations 18+ C412

FUNNY WOMEN BRIGHTON NIGHTS Funny Women

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Stand-up Fantastic stand-up, sketch and musical comedy from the UK’s leading female comedy brand. www.funnywomen.com 6 May 8:30pm - 11pm £10 (£8) 15+ C41E

GARETH MORINAN: TRUTH DOODLER gMorinan.com

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Multimedia His tools: doodles, animation, and data-analysis. His aim: proving Technocracy is the optimum form of Government (plus that short people get a raw deal). Used to work for Michael Gove. www.gmorinan.com 8, 9 May 10pm - 11pm £8 (£6.50) £5 students 15+ 241 C42C

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GARY COLMAN... STILL RARELY RONG

GINA YASHERE

electric mouse comedy

Ropetackle Arts Centre (The) 361 A7 Stand-up Join the amazing Gina Yashere on a rare trip back to the UK with a new show full of hilarity and joy. Top-notch super cool stand-up comedy. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk 9 May 8pm - 10:10pm £15 C435

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Stand-up ‘All men are created equal... then some have kids’. A heartwarming show about the eviscerating horror of family life. ‘Best deadpan since Jack Dee - unsurprising that Frank Skinner is a fan’ GQ. garycolman.com 8, 9, 13 May 9:30pm - 10:20pm Free 18+ C42E

GEOFF NORCOTT: MOTHERSHIP

GUY PRATT’S WAKE UP CALL

Comic Voice Management/CHP Productions

Komedia Studio 106 J8 After huge success with his first two shows, Guy Pratt, legendary bassist is back with life on the road. You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. If you’re a musician, you’ll probably sue. www.guypratt.com 17 May 9pm - 10pm £12 (£10) 15+ C3D5

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up ‘Master of anecdotal story telling’; Edinburgh Festival Magazine. Geoff’s life hit an iceberg, then stepped in poo on the lifeboat. How do you turn things around when life hits recession? www.geoffnorcott.com 7 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm, 9 May 7pm - 8pm 18+ Free C424

GERRY HOWELL’S PARROT FASHION ACCESSORIES

HANKS & CONRAN: PIGS IN BLANKETS

Gerry Howell

Hanks & Conran

Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Stand-up If you have seen Gerry before, you know what to expect. If you haven’t, you should have. The greatest pleasure is the pleasure of anticipation. ‘Surreal rambling brilliance’ - Time Out. www.gerryhowellcomedy.blogspot.com 7, 13, 20 May 7pm - 8pm £5 18+ C425

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Hanks & Conran invite you to their work-in-progress for Edinburgh 2012. Bring your comfiest slanket and find out why these two are just like that pork-based favourite! www.brightonfringefest.co.uk 10, 11 May 10:45pm - 23:45pm Free

GIACINTO PALMIERI: PAGLIACCIO

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HANOVER THE MUSICAL!

Giacinto Palmieri

Treason Productions

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Stand-up Italian comedian Giacinto Palmieri went to Edinburgh, felt the pains of unrequited love but had to go on stage and make people laugh.... just like in the opera ‘Pagliacci’! 19, 20, 26, 27 May 5:45pm - 6:45pm Free 18+

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Hanover Community Centre 91 L7 Musical theatre An hilarious, tongue-in-cheek musical tribute to the Hanover area of Brighton, otherwise known as Muesli Mountain. With original script by Treason Show founder Mark Brailsford, inspired by Passport to Pimlico. www.treasonshow.co.uk 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 8:30pm - 10:15pm 15+ £12.50 (£10) C30E

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HELEN KEEN: WOMAN OF THE FUTURE! Helen Keen

“a masterpiece of comic timing that is utterly compelling” Edinburgh Spotlight

Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Sci-fi Award-winning comedian & creator of BBC Radio 4’s It Is Rocket Science returns with her esoteric mix of comedy & science. ‘Inspired’ (Guardian), ’Quirky, offbeat and original...’ (Sunday Times). www.helenkeen.com 21, 22 May 7pm - 8pm £5 (£4) 18+ 241 C3F6

HOW TO BE A LEADER “Cleese would be delighted” The Public Reviews “a 5-star show with a 5-star cast” The New Current “best show at the Festival” arts editor, Sunday Express “a once in a lifetime dining experience!” British Theatre Guide

• The acclaimed international show, touring since 1997 • • Returning for 2nd Brighton Festival Fringe season • • 2-hour show includes 3 course meal •

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Tim Clare

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Storytelling Overthrown your corrupt government and wondering what to do next? Love democracy (in theory) but prefer power, golden statues and sweet loot? C4 presenter and author Tim Clare can help. www.timclarepoet.co.uk 21 - 23 May 7pm - 8pm £8 (£6) 15+ C3F1

I CAN MAKE YOU THIN(K) Jessica Pidsley

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Stand-up 98% of people aren’t happy with their bodies. Jessica is 98% convinced you should see this show. Her unique selfhelp stand-up can’t change your body, but might change your mind. www.icanmakeyouthink.com 5, 24 May 7pm - 8pm £8 (£6.50) £5 students 15+ 241 C413

IN VINO VERITAS Robert Inston

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 risqué Truth?! Or an elaborate illusion telling us that wine has visual beauty, yielding promise climaxing in physical and emotional ecstacy. Wine and leisure industry ‘expert’ tells his version. 5, 6, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25- 27 May 7pm - 8pm FREE 18+ 241 C417

Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

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JODY KAMALI: DIRTY, FILTHY, RICH

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Jody Kamali

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Most people put many, many months, if not years of hard work into producing a festival show. That sounds really hard. So I bought mine off the internet. nickhodder.com 10, 17 May 10pm - 10:50pm £8 (£6.50) £5 students 18+ 241 C3B7

Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Interactive Character comedian Jody Kamali presents a lifestyle seminar that aims to get you richer than you’ve ever been before. Bring your cheque book. ‘Very Funny’ Time Out. www.jodykamali.com 9, 10 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm, 26, 27 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm 18+ 241 £5 (£3) C430

ISY SUTTIE: PEARL AND DAVE

JOE BOR: HOARDER

Live Nation & MHA

Joe Bor

Komedia 105 J8 This extraordinary new one-woman comedy show tells the story of the part Isy played in two people’s blossoming internet romance whilst on her own treacherous search for true love. 20 May 8pm - 10pm £12 (£10) 15+ C3F0

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 The latest show from the award winning comedian and warm-up for The Graham Norton Show. ‘Joe Bor is a must see’ Alan Carr. www.joebor.co.uk 21, 22 May 6:15pm - 7:15pm Free 18+ C3F5

IT’S NOT EASY BEING YELLOW

JOE MUNROW: ONE BIG JOKE

Ria Lina

Unkempt Comedy

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Stand-up Through stand-up comedy and other comedic devices EMMA award-winning comedian Ria Lina explores how we still tend to define ourselves by our outward appearance rather than personal experience. www.rialina.com 5 - 7, 17, 24 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm £5 (£3) 18+ 241 C40B

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up What’s the meaning of life? Why have more people seen aliens than’ve seen a badger? Why doesn’t ITV1+1 equal ITV2? Comedian Joe Munrow’s got the hilariously odd answers. Do come. 5 - 8 May 10:30pm - 11:30pm Free 18+ C3AD

JAY SODAGAR: OPINIONS ARE FREE

KARMA COMEDIAN

Jay Sodagar & Laughing Horse Comedy

Stella Graham

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up The closest you can get to a speakeasy. Lively and funny debate at each show, from the weightiest subjects to the silliest! An Edinburgh Fringe hit show totally improvised every night. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk 5, 6 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm £6 (£5) 18+ C416

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up Has Stella Graham been good or naughty? What if someone’s keeping count and deciding her fate? “Terrifically funny.” - TVNZ. If you attend, good things will come your way. www.stellagraham.com 9 - 12 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm Free 18+ C42F

JEM BROOKES - THUMBS UP

KEEP CALM AND CLARA ON

Jem Brookes/Laughing Horse

Nice ‘N’ Spiky Comedy

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up Come and give a thumbs-up to Jem Brookes in a show full of gags and silliness. ‘A sharp and funny comedian with a keen eye.’ The Skinny www.brightonfringefest.co.uk 18 -20, 25 - 27 May 6:15pm - 7:15pm Donations 18+ C3DC

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up Clara is just your average hyperactive, hedgehogobsessed ex-schoolgirl comedienne. Watch in wonder as she turns a crisis into a fully fledged catastrophe but keeps calm and claras on! 19, 20 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm Free 18+ C3E8

JESSICA FOSTEKEW: BRAVE NEW WORD

KEITH FARNAN: MONEY, MONEY, MONEY

CKP

Keith Farnan

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up Jokes about word origins. Not (just) for nerds. Top 10 Newcomers: The Independent. ‘Despite the narrowness of her comedy seam, Fostekew mines it expertly, with tremendous charm’ - Scotsman. www.jessicafostekew.com 12, 19, 26 May 5pm - 6pm Free 18+ C3BF

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Stand-up Irish comedian Keith Farnan (McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow) looks at our obsession with money, Ireland’s fiscal meltdown, and hatches a cunning plan to repay £85,000,000,000,000. “Brilliant, thought-provoking, laughout-loud funny” (TimeOut). www.keithfarnan.com 24 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm £9.50 (£8) £5 students 15+ C3FE

JESUS: THE GUANTANAMO YEARS Abie Philbin Bowman

KEVIN DEWSBURY IN...SANE

Warren (The) 58 I9 Satire Jesus Christ returns to earth, but He doesn’t get through U.S. immigration because He’s a bearded, Middle-Eastern guy, prepared to die as a martyr. Sold out from Edinburgh to Pakistan. www.abielaughs.com 19 May 10pm - 11:05pm £9 (£7.50) 18+ 241 C3E3

Kevin Dewsbury

JIMEOIN - LOVELY

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Solo show An autobiographical stand-up show about a nervous breakdown and a journey to recovery. He’s alright now, probably... www.brightonfringefest.co.uk 15 - 17 May 6:15pm - 7:15pm Free 18+ C3CF

KEVIN PRECIOUS: REMIX

LIVE NATION

Komedia 105 J8 Stand-up Hilarious show of world-class stand-up, internationally hailed as one of live comedy’s masters and multi-award winner, presents his stunning new tour ‘Lovely’ across the UK in 2012. www.livenation.co.uk 14 May 7:30pm - 10pm £14.50 15+ 241 C3CB

Barnstormers Comedy

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up Still touring previous Fringe show, Not Appropriate, Remix is a mixture of older and newer material without any overaching theme; just pure stand-up. ‘Working the audience with skill’ The Argus. www.kevinprecious.com 8, 15, 22 May 7:30pm - 8:30pm £5 (£4) 18+ C42B

Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

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Komedia 105 J8 Stand-up The best night out in Brighton! Enjoy a delicious meal, have a drink or two, and be entertained by the best stand-ups on the comedy circuit. For line-ups check website. www.komedia.co.uk/krater 3 - 6, 10, 11, 13, 17 - 20, 24 - 27 May 8pm - 10:30pm, 5, 12, 19 & 26 May 7pm - 9:30pm & 10:30pm -12:30am

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up A variety of comics do battle for Comedy Gold! YOU decide who takes the medals in this riotous, late-night, interactive hour of laughs. 5 nights only. Don’t miss out! www.brightonfringefest.co.uk 22 - 26 May 10:30pm - 11:30pm Free 18+ C3F8

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LAUGHING HORSE PICK OF THE FRINGE Laughing Horse Comedy

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up A selection of the best in stand-up comedy throughout the Fringe. A fantastically funny mixture of comedy headliners and the best newcomers. Sell-out shows Brighton/Edinburgh/ Adelaide Fringes. www.laughinghorsecomedy.co.uk 5, 7 - 9, 11, 12, 14 - 16, 18 - 26 May 8:45pm - 10:15pm £6 18+ 241 (£5) C41A

LEGION OF DOOM SKETCH SHOW Legion of Doom

Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Sketch show

The Legion of Doom the job centre’s finest! Sketch show with Airfix fixated man spiders, disco dolphins, mouthy goldfish and many more! From Lee Finny and Rob Bond. 6 - 9 May 10:45pm - 11:45pm Free 18+ C41B

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 LGBT Mae Martin examines her visions of the apocalypse, her feelings about celebrities, and her androgynous adventures. ‘Full of the confidence of a veteran comedian’ **** (Scotsgay), ***** (Three Weeks). www.maemartin.ca 24 - 26 May 10pm - 11pm £8 (£6) 241 C3FC

MANOS THE GREEK: AN IMMIGRANT’S TALE Manos The Greek/Kamara Productions

Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Stand-up An intimate, friendly and funny show about Manos’s life. **** Latest 7. ‘Smart humour and delicate jokes with witty punchlines’ The Skinny. ‘He is very good’ Kate Copstick The Scotsman. www.manosthegreek.com 18, 19 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm £5 (£3.50) 18+ C3DF

MARK RESTUCCIA - EVERYBODY LOVES STOOCH Mark Restuccia

LENNY PETERS’ COMEDY QUEST *FREE* Lenny Peters

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Improv Brighton comedian Lenny Peters creates a new show for this year’s Fringe. An hour of stand-up, improv and special guests. ‘A comic to really watch out for’ - Latest7. www.lennypeters.co.uk 25 - 27 May 7pm - 8pm Free 18+ 241 C400

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PsychoSocial 101 K8 LGBT Lesbilicious presents a night of comedy hosted by Ali Adolph, featuring Mae Martin, Lara A King, Jen Brister. Live music from Heads Hearts. Club night with DJ Philly. www.lesbilicious.co.uk 19 May 8pm - 2am £12, £9 if booked before

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Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up The long awaited debut solo show from 4 x major stand up competition finalist Mark Restuccia. ‘Corking lines’, Chortle. ‘Like Jimmy Carr when he was fresh’, Three Weeks. www.markrestuccia.com 23 May 6:15pm - 7:05pm Free 18+ C3FA

MARK STEEL’S IN TOWN Ropetackle Arts Centre (The) 361 A7 Stand-up Following his highly acclaimed, Sony Award and Writers Guild Award-winning Radio 4 comedy show Mark Steel’s in Town, writer and stand-up comedian Mark Steel is back on the road. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk 26 May 8pm - 10:30pm £14 C434

MATT GREEN: PLAYFUL Matt Green

LIFESTYLES OF THE SHIT AND WORTHLESS Stephen Hill

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up Popular stand-up and Metal Hammer podcaster Stephen Hill talks about Busted, Ted Danson and why he’ll never be famous. ‘Stephen Hill has funny bones’ Jimmy Carr. www.stephenhillcomedy.wordpress.com 5, 6 May 10:45pm - 11:45pm £6 (£4.50) 18+ 241 C414

LIGHTS! CAMERA! IMPROVISE! The Scat Pack

Warren (The) 58 I9 Improv The improvised movie live on stage. Oscar has every movie you could ever imagine. You choose what the film’s about, where it’s set and its title. Oscar finds the DVD. www.thescatpack.co.uk 18 May 6pm - 7pm £9 (£7) 15+ 241 C3DD

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Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up 3,600 seconds of brilliant jokes, stories, swearing, fun and games. ‘An hour of classic stand up expertly delivered.’ **** (Broadway Baby) ‘A perfectly paced hour’ **** (The List) **** (ThreeWeeks) www.mattgreen.org 6, 27 May 7:30pm - 8:30pm £5 18+ 241 C421

MAX AND IVAN ARE: CON ARTISTS Max and Ivan

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Sketch show Fresh from their all-conquering Fringe ‘11 run, Edinburgh Comedy Award-winners Max and Ivan bring their brand new show to Brighton. It’s a razor-sharp narrative sketch comedy heist blockbuster. www.maxandivan.com 25, 26 May 10pm - 11pm £8.50 (£7) £5 students 15+ 241 C401

MCNEIL AND PAMPHILON McNeil and Pamphilon

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Following two successful runs at Edinburgh, critically acclaimed double act and Hackney Empire Finalists McNeil and Pamphilon return with an entirely new show. Directed by award-winning director Matt Holt. mcneilandpamphilon.com 4, 18 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm £8.50 (£7) £5 students 18+ 241 C407

Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

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MEDITATION RUINED MY LIFE Sam Brady

Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 Stand-up Award-winning story of Sam Brady’s quest to become a Buddhist monk. ‘Left his audience exhausted with laughter, enthralled by his story and moved by its content.’ - Large Manchester. www.sambradycomedian.com 18, 19 May 9:30pm - 11:15pm £8 (£6) 15+ C3E2

MERYL O’ROURKE - BAD MOTHER Meryl O’Rourke

Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Stand-up ***** Near Perfect’ (British Comedy Guide). Hilarious standup, anecdotes and excuses. Meryl’s mother escaped Nazis, stalked comedians, then raised another mischievous, PVCwearing Mum. ‘Sharp, dark and refreshingly unsentimental’ (Observer). www.brightonfringefest.co.uk 10, 11, 24, 25 May 9:30pm - 10: 30pm £6 (£4.50) 18+ 241 C3B6

MICHAEL JACKSON TOUCHED ME Dan Wright

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Documentary Dan Wright (Big Cook Little Cook, Big Brother’s Big Mouth) shares his hilarious experiences of being an obsessive Jacko fan and asks whether it’s time to stop bothering people about it. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk 7, 16, 20, 21 May 7:30pm - 8:30pm Free 18+ C426

MIKE SHEER IN UNDERGOD Mike Sheer

Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Stand-up A new solo show by Toronto stand-up comedian Mike Sheer about how God is today’s ultimate underdog, and a heap of other fun sh*t. www.mikesheer.com 8, 9 May 7pm - 8pm, 16, 17 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm, 18, 19 May 10:45pm - 11:45pm, 22, 23 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm 18+ Free C3A9

MORGAN & WEST: TIME TRAVELLING MAGICIANS Morgan & West

Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 Magic Victorian magicians Morgan and West bring a magical extravaganza to a millenium near you! They present dazzling deceptions, unparalleled precognitive powers and a totally genuine ability to travel through time. morganandwest.co.uk 21, 23, 24 May 9pm - 10pm, 22 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm £9 (£8) C3F7

MUGGING CHICKENS Mugging Chickens

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 A half hour of music, mayhem and off-putting male nudity that you need to see! ***** ‘We laughed so much we cried, you won’t regret seeing this one!’ - Youth Review. www.facebook.com/muggingchickens 13 - 15 May 7:15pm - 7:45pm Free 18+ C3C1

MUTTON GO PSYCHIC Mutton Production

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Theatrical A weird spiritualist predicts the futures of three women: their lives become a roller-coaster of disaster and laughter. Mutton Go Psychic is a hilarious dark comedy. www.muttonproductions.com 8 - 10 May 4:30pm - 6:45pm Donations 15+ C427

NAIVE DANCE MASTERCLASS Inconvenient Spoof

Old Market (The) 145 F8 Absurdist Expert physical tomfoolery suffused with deadpan wordplay. An ex-contemporary dancer achieves artistic salvation through his love of an immigrant hula-hoopist. ‘Surreal, weird and brilliant’ (Total Theatre) Re-developed for Brighton Fringe 2012. www.inconvenientspoof.co.uk 6 May 7pm - 8:20pm, 13 May 7pm - 9pm £8.50 (£6) 13 May 15+ C41D features post show Q & A £10 (£7.50)

Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

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NATHAN CASSIDY: GENEROUS WORK IN PROGRESS

NOW!

The Rat Pack Productions Ltd

Lectern (The) 340 M3 Solo show Mind-expanding surreal short films and ranting stand-up. Think Python-meets-Twilight-Zone-meets-Muppets: trippy, creepy and very funny. 14 May 2pm - 2:45pm & 4:30pm - 5:15pm & 7pm - 7:45pm & 9:30pm - 10:15pm Donations C3CA

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up “Gloriously entertaining” (Chortle) stand-up that gives you money! Free entrance and £1 is given to you. See Nathan’s documentary of his generous year at the Prince Albert 2pm 19th and 20th. www.nathancassidy.com 18, 19 May 5:45pm - 6:45pm Free 18+ C3DE

NEIL HICKEY: THE NERVE

O FAIRBROTHER, WHERE ART THOU?

Emily Gough

Joe Fairbrother

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Stand-up A dysfunctional existence STOP Gathering nerve to be myself STOP Fantastical retelling of events CAN’T STOP An everyman journey also for women. “A dry wit” (Chortle). www.upstairsatthreeandten.co.uk 21 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm, 22 May 10pm - 11pm 15+ 241 £8 (£6.50) £5 students C3F4

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Stand-up After wowing audiences in Edinburgh in 2011, Joe Fairbrother is unleashing his characters on Brighton for the first time! “Very funny and inventive” (Remotegoat), “Fiendishly subtle” (The List). www.joefairbrother.com 19 May 2pm - 3pm £10 (£8) 15+ C3E4

NEW ACT NIGHT

OFF THE CUFF PRESENTS: THE VILLAGE

Jill Edwards Comedy Workshops

Off the Cuff

Komedia 105 J8 Stand-up The latest new comics from Jill Edwards Comedy Workshops at Komedia take to the stage. Workshop (www.jill-edwards.co.uk) graduates include Jimmy Carr, Shappi Khorsandi, Brighton’s own Seann Walsh and Angela Barnes. www.jill-edwards.co.uk 18+ C3D0 15 May 7pm - 10pm £7 (£5)

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Improv Peek behind closed doors in this improvised show which spins a whole comedy play out of your suggestions. ‘The applause threatened to bring the roof down.’ **** (Fringe Guru). www.offthecuffcomedy.co.uk 5 May 11:30pm - 12:30am, 7, 26 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm 15+ 241 £8.50 (£7) £5 students C40C

NEW VENTURE COMEDY SHOWCASE New Venture Theatre

New Venture Theatre 140 G8 Stand-up Your friends and neighbours are rising stars, on a brave adventure into a career in comedy - and here is your chance to see them on home turf! 23 May 7:45pm - 10pm £6 15+ C3FB

NO POOFS NO PIANO

Meet: Outside Al Duomo 308 J9 Walk What makes Brighton unique? From party kings and renegade builders to Abba and muesli, this walk is a curiously fact-filled and tongue-in-cheek celebration of all that’s peculiar to Brighton. www.onlyinbrighton.co.uk 4 - 7, 10 - 13, 17 - 20, 24 - 27 May 7pm - 8:20pm £7 (£6) 15+ 241 C276

PANDORA’S BOX

HyHo Productions

Brighton Media Centre Studio 73 I9 Sketch show Following their hugely successful global tour of Ruislip, the city of Brighton cautiously welcomes sketch-show mavericks ‘No Poofs No Piano’ to our humble fringe. An hour of rakish tomfoolery awaits. www.hyhoproductions.co.uk 15+ C39A 25, 26 May 8pm - 9pm £5 (£3) 241

NOT SAFE FOR ANYONE COMEDY HOUR Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up Do you like your comedy uncensored? Then come and see the show deemed ‘Not Safe For Anyone’. Five hot new comedians bringing you an hour of no-holds-barred comedy! www.notsafeforany1.com 17, 18 May 10:30pm - 11:30pm, 19, 20 May 11:45pm 12:45am Donations 18+ C3D6

NOT TREASURE ISLAND

Class Stage Productions

Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Pandora, Goddess of Yorkshire, dishes the dirt on her punters, fellow strippers and herself through stand-up comedy and hilarious parodied cabaret. From toilet attendant to XXL stripper, Pandora is gold. class-stage.co.uk 20 - 27 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm £5 18+ 241 C1A4

PANTS NO STRINGS ATTACHED Existential Pants

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Improv Brighton’s pant-astic improvised musical comedy troupe return to Brighton Fringe. Expect fast and frivolous improvised comedy and songs inspired by cues from yourself, the audience! 16 May 8pm - 10pm Donations 15+ C39B

PAPPY’S

Sleeping Trees

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Devised Do you remember Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island? Well we don’t. Join Sleeping Trees in attempt to recreate this nautical classic after fifteen years without reading it... www.sleepingtreestheatre.co.uk 14 - 18 May 5pm - 6pm Free 18+ C3C8

NOTHING TO LOSE Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up Intelligently twisted tales spun with a warmth and candour that will make you feel violated as you laugh. “Defiantly different. Absolutely disgusting. I loved it” **** FringeGuru. www.michaelkossew.com/nothingtolose.html 12, 19, 26 May Midnight - 1am Free but ticketed 18+ 241 C3C0

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Pappy’s

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Sketch show The UK’s best sketch group return to Brighton for the usual mix of sketches, songs and silliness. ‘Best in their genre’ (The Mirror); ‘A jaw-dropping, laugh-a-second spectacular’ (Chortle). www.pappyscomedy.com 25, 27 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm £9.50 (£8) £5 students 15+ 241 C404

PATTIE BREWSTER’S FRIENDSHIP VENTURE Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Stand-up Oh, hi guys! I’m just a normal girl called Pattie! I’m here looking for human friends cos at the moment I only know cats. Please like me! Ok, thanks. www.pattiebrewster.co.uk 5, 6, 8 May 9:30pm - 10:15pm Free 18+ C3A6

Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

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SCOTTISH FALSETTO SOCKS - BOO LINGERIE!

Phil Kay & Laughing Horse Comedy

Scottish Falsetto Socks - Boo Lingerie!

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up Zippy, euphoric, satisfying, sensical whimsy + hard core positivity. 22 Edinburgh festivals, 18 Glastonbury’s, 1 award. Hear About: losing another car, his 3 year-old lion and being shit on QI-twice. www.philkay.co.uk 18 - 20 May 10:30pm - 11:30pm £10 (£8) 18+ C3D9

Komedia Studio 106 J8 A Socky Horror Show. Brand new songs, sketches, socks & violence. And probably zombies. “An absolute winner” (Chortle) “Discover the magic for yourself” (The Scotsman). www.comicfestival.co.uk 19 May 7pm - 8pm, 20 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm £10 (£9) 15+ 241 C3E5

PIG-WITH-THE-FACE-OF-A-BOY

SHAGGERS

Xylophone Productions/Atomic Force Productions

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up Join comedians at Brighton Fringe telling jokes and anecdotes about that most joyous of pursuits - shagging! ‘The perfect way to close a night at the fest’ ***** Melbourne Festival 2010. www.shaggerscomedy.com 10 - 13 May 10:30pm - 11:30pm £5 18+ 241 C3B0

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Musical comedy from Dan Woods and Donald Newholm. Dark, useful and silly songs. Includes their YouTube hit A Complete History of the Soviet Union, Arranged to the Melody of Tetris. www.pigfaceboy.co.uk 10, 11 May 10:15pm - 11:15pm, 12 May 10:45pm 241 C3B4 11:45pm £8 (£6)

PLEASE REPORT ANYTHING SUSPICIOUS

SINFUL

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Sketch show Banned from all swimming pools in the UK, Jack, Barry and Katie bring you a show with cardboard costumes! Filthy clowns! Preposterous poems! Saucy Shamans! Tarty trannies and magical mayhem! laughinghorsecomedy.co.uk/brightonfringe/hobgoblin.htm 14- 16, 20 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm Donations 18+ C3CC

Carly Tarett Eye Of The Storm

Gulliver’s Hotel 88 K9 Theatrical 7 Comedic and darkly comedic shorts for 7 deadly sins. ‘Very funny... all-round excellent show... a writer and performer to watch out for’ - UKTheatreNet. ww.eyeofthestormproductions.co.uk 10 - 13, 17 - 20 May 6:30pm - 7:30pm £6 (£5) 18+ 241 C3B1

POWELL TO THE PEOPLE

SMORGASBORD: STAND-UP COMEDY BY THE SEA

Laughing Horse

Kayla’s Comedy Productions

Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Stand-up The debut solo stand-up show from the award winning up and coming comedian, Russ Powell. Miss it at your peril. “5*”Magnificent”, lovefringe.com. “Great one-liners and opening gags”, fringereport.com 18 - 20 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm Free 18+ C3A4

Northern Lights 153 J9 Has the sea air made you hungry for comedy? Why not fill up with our mouthwatering mix of comedians? www.kaylascomedy.co.uk 5, 12, 19, 26, May 8:30pm - 10:30pm £10 (£8.50) 18+ C410

ROB DEB DORK KNIGHT TRIUMPHANT

SMUTTY SONGS

Rob Deb / Laughing Horse

From Amateur Transplants: Adam Kay’s

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up One hour of stand-up comedy from Rob Deb. Free show! For fans of comic books, computer games and sci-fi fantasy. @RobDeb 18 - 20 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm Free 18+ 241 C3DB

Komedia 105 J8 Musical theatre Amateur Transplants frontman Adam Kay sits at a piano and sings smutty songs. www.amateurtransplants.com & www.boundandgaggedcomedy.com 10 May 6pm - 10pm £16 C3B2

ROM COM CON

SNIGGER HAPPY

Mace and Burton

Love, Langton and Thompson

Blind Tiger Club (The) 257 K8 Lizzy Mace and Juliette Burton tried to find true love by road-testing the ways guys and girls meet in romantic comedies. Did they find love? Or just one big con? romcomcon.com 25 - 27 May 7pm - 8pm £6.50 (£5.50) Doors open at 6pm 241 C399

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up Snigger Happy brings Alex Love, Paul Langton and Luke Thompson back to Brighton, for an hour of stand-up from three very different comedians. Strap yourself in for some top-drawer mirth. www.alexlove.co.uk/sniggerhappy 21 - 24 May 7pm - 8pm Free 18+ C3F2

RRRANTIN’ FREE AT THE QUADRANT

STAND UP SCOTLAND !

Rhythmical Ravings and Rants (Rrrants)

Vladimir McTavish plus Special Guests

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Spoken word Fast, furious and funny with a revolving cast of 5 minute poets, comedians and songwriters. ‘Specialising in the weird and wonderful’, (Hemel Today). ‘Taking poetry to new levels’, (Stage). www.rrrants.com 12 - 14 May 6:15pm - 7:15pm Free 18+ C3BC

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Stand-up Fresh from the 2012 Adelaide Fringe, some of the finest acts from North of the border, plus guest appearances from exciting new Scottish comedy talents. ‘Nothing short of superb’, The Scotsman. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk 17, 18 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm £6 (£5) 18+ 241 C3D7

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STAY AT HOME DAD Prime Cuts Comedy

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up White van man bags a career chick and pops out 2 kids. Lucky git! Now what? Hilarious stories and observations about when couples swap traditional responsibilities in the home. www.primecutscomedy.com 14 - 16, 21 - 23 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm £5 18+ 241 C3CE

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TEST TUBE COMEDY TTS Comedy

Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Stand-up Very friendly comedy night transfers from the Canal Cafe in London. Hosted by Dec Munro (‘moments of real brilliance’ - Chortle). Consistently recommended in Time Out. Lineups, Twitter: @decmunro www.testtubecomedy.co.uk 12, 15 - 17, 22 - 24, 26, 27 May 10:45pm - 11:45pm Free 18+ C3A8

THE BETA MALES: THE SPACE RACE The Beta Males

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Sketch show After two 5-star, sell-out Edinburgh Fringes, sketch storytellers The Beta Males present the secret history of Britain’s entry into the Space Race and why you’ve never heard of it. www.thebetamales.com 19, 20 May 5pm - 6pm £8.50 (£7) £5 students 15+ C3BE

THE BOB BLACKMAN APPRECIATION SOCIETY Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 A tribute to the legendary Bob Blackman, who became a celebrity by banging his head with a tray while singing Mule Train. ‘Great fun’, Kate Copstick, The Scotsman. www.tbbas.co.uk 12 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm Free 18+ C39F

THE BUS SHOW The Bus Show Company

The Bus 299 K10 Whether you’re a true Brightonian or just travelling through, you’ll want to know what’s happening on that bus. Who knows where you’ll end up!? thebusshow.tumblr.com 20 May 6:30pm - 7:30pm £7 (£6) C3EE

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THE COMEDY LOCK-IN

Timberlina & Shri Shri

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Seminar Yoga drop in with Shri Shri & Timberlina. Stay as long or as little as you like; expect empathy, friendly conversation, a stretch and maybe a drink. www.timberlina.co.uk/ 5 - 7 May Midday - 2:30pm Donations 15+ C40A

SUSAN CALMAN: CAT LADY Komedia Studio 106 J8 Stand-up New show from Susan Calman (R4’s News Quiz). Don’t come if a) you’ve ever asked ‘are women funny’? b) you’ll be drunk or c) you hate me. www.susancalman.com 13, 14 May 7:15pm - 8:15pm £10 18+ C3C6

TANIA EDWARDS: KILLER INSTINCT Tania Edwards

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up Stand up from 5 x comedy finalist (including Hackney Empire 2011) Tania Edwards - ‘Born to perform’, The List, ’Hilarious’, Three Weeks, ’Very talented’, Time Out, ’Urban sharpster’, The Stage. taniaedwardscomedy.com 14, 15 May 10:30pm - 11:25pm Free 18+ C3CD

TEA WITH TERRORISTS

Komedia 105 J8 Improv After their huge sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, TNND are back with some of the UK’s top comedians. A sidesplitting new breed of comedy. ‘Pure genius’ ***** Fringe Review www.thenoisenextdoor.com 17 May 8pm - 10pm £10 C3AC

The curse of: HORSE AND LOUIS Horse and Louis

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Musical Comedy Awards finalists Horse & Louis battle a terrifying ancient curse armed only with guitars and jokes. Contains horror, mild peril and guffing about. **** “Excellent” (British Comedy Guide). www.horseandlouis.com 18 - 20 May 10pm -11pm £8.50 (£7) £5 students 18 15+ 241 May only C3D8

THE DIRTY UNCLE COMEDY ROADSHOW Dirty Uncle Unlimited Comedy

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Stand-up New and unique Swedish comedians present an hour of alternative, twisted, dark and blue comedy as delight mingles with terror. British guest comedians will join on stage. dirtyuncle.co.uk 20 - 23 May 8:15pm - 9:15pm Donations 18+ C3EC

THE GRANDMASTERS OF GIGGLES

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Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Storytelling A “splendidly un-PC romp through Sameena’s multicultural mash-up world” where fear is redundant, joy is essential and terrorists can be a real hoot.“... a master storyteller” **** Three Weeks. www.sameenazehra.com 5 - 11 May 6:15pm - 7:15pm £5 18+ C409

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Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Stand-up Every night 5-6 exciting young comedians from the Southampton Solent comedy course will be performing anything and everything their little minds can conjure up. 13 - 25 May 10:45pm - 11:45pm Free 18+ C3C3

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THE GREAT PUPPET HORN RETURNS

THE REVOLUTION WILL BE RETWEETED

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Abie Philbin Bowman

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Puppetry More cutting comedy from the UK’s leading satirical shadow puppet show. The Great Puppet Horn returns to Brighton with a brand new line up of cardboard characters. ***** (Sunday Times). www.greatpuppethorn.com 11 - 13 May 5pm - 6pm £8.50 (£7) £5 students 18+ 241 C3B8

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Stand-up What do we want? Global Justice! When do we want it? In 140 characters! Revolutionary stand-up from activist comedian Abie Philbin Bowman (‘Jesus: The Guantanamo Years’, ‘Pope Benedict: Bond Villain’). www.Abielaughs.com 10 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm, 12 May 11:30pm - 12:30am, 19 May 11:40pm - 12:45am £8.50 (£7) £5 students 15+ 241 C3B3

THE HAT PARTY Swede’Art Productions

THE SCARY MARY SKETCH SHOW

Hurly Burly (The) 157 K7 What happens when strangers meet on a train? Fastmoving comedy satire. Physical theatre with a difference. Doff your caps, re-fasten your fascinators and twizzle your trilbies! www.familyfringe.co.uk 17 - 19 May 6:30pm - 7:30pm £10 (£8) 15+ 241 C3D3

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THE HUMBLE QUEST FOR UNIVERSAL GENIUS Mark Allen

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Stand-up The comedy quiz show where top stand-ups are pitted against each other in a bid to find a modern-day Universal Genius. “The bastard child of QI and Shooting Stars” Chortle. www.universalgenius.co.uk 5 May 7pm - 8:30pm £9 (£7) 15+ C40E

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Sketch show Making its Brighton Fringe debut, with a collection of sketches that include bus stops, arm wrestles, prison breaks and inappropriate alternative therapy sessions. 20 - 22 May 9:15pm - 11pm £12 (£10) 18+ C3ED

THE SEGUE SISTERS The Segue Sisters

Warren (The) 58 I9 Live music Sensational three-part harmony comedy rock/pop covers! As seen on Ruth Jones’ Christmas Cracker, BBC2. **** Three Weeks - ‘Lightning fast wit, flawless harmonies’ **** Edinburgh Spotlight - ‘Kitsch and cute’. theseguesisters.com 20 May 8:45pm - 9:45pm £12.50 15+ 241 C3EF

THE IN CROWD WITH DAVID MILLS David Mills

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Stand-up Signature rants from 2011 Hackney Empire New Act of the Year. Razor sharp gags! Celebrity gossip! Hilarious tirades! ‘Heading for the big time. Most definitely one to watch.’ Time Out. www.itsdavidmills.com 6 May 10:15pm - 11:15pm, 12 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm 18+ £10 (£8) C41C

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THE MAYDAYS PRESENT: THE FRINGE SHOW The Maydays

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Improv Turn up, tear out and laugh lots as master-improvisers. The Maydays, give other fringe shows a unique makeover. Comedy scenes, songs and sketches in the moment. Utter genius! www.themaydays.co.uk 4, 5, 18, 25 May 9pm - 10:30pm, 26 May 6:30pm - 8pm 15+ £10 (£8) 241 C408

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THE MEDIC REVUE BSMS Theatre Company

Sallis Benney Theatre 176 K8 Sketch show After four sell-out years, the medical student cast return to Brighton Fringe with a brand new show packed full of hilarious sketches and side-splitting parody songs. www.bsmstheatre.co.uk 17 - 19 May 8pm - 10pm £8 (£6) 18+ C3D4

THE MINDWARP SHOW TeakShow

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Sketch show A two-hander, fast-paced, razor-edged blend of sketch and character comedy. Darkly surreal meets frothy sauce with filthy flappers, psychotic police, tortured twitchers and Bill Sykes. ‘Comedy feast’ (ThreeWeeks). teakshow.co.uk 11- 13 May 10pm - 10:50pm £8.50 (£7) £5 students 15+ 241 C3BA

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THE ONE-EYED MEN’S FRIENDSHIP FORMULA The One-Eyed Men

Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Sketch show Alex, Sam and Ben eat friendship for breakfast, live in a friendship house and drive a car that runs on liquid friendship. Let them teach you their patented friendship formula. www.theoneeyedmen.co.uk 15, 16 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm Free 18+ C3A5

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THE SILKY PAIR: OPEN UP

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The Silky Pair

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Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Sketch show Lorna’s opening a sketch shop - Kathryn’s helping. Glimpse the pair attempting to impress with sketches and songs whilst getting distracted from their business plans with more personal matters. www.thesilkypair.com 15, 16 May 10pm - 10:50pm £8 (£6.50) £5 students 15+ 241 C3D1

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Explore the trials and tribulations of Suzi as she gets back on the dating scene and moves house. ‘Hutchinson is reminiscent of Julie Walters and Kathy Burke’’, Kate Copstick, The Scotsman. www.act1productions.co.uk 15, 16 May 9pm - 11pm £10 (£8) 15+ C3D2

THE SOMENEWS.CO.UK LIVE SHOW

TWO GIRLS, ONE HEMLOCK CUP

Mr Steve N Allen

Max Dickins

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Multimedia We’re all addicted to news, and Mr Steve N Allen presents comedy, stand up and sketches to get to the bottom of it. bcf.somenews.co.uk 14 - 20 May 7pm - 8pm

Laughing Horse@The Temple 270 G8 Max Dickins (one of The Sun’s 2011 Comedy Picks, former Sony Award nominated radio presenter for Absolute Radio) presents his hilarious debut hour long stand-up show, all about love. www.maxdickins.co.uk 8, 13 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm, 16 May 7pm - 8pm £5 (£3) 18+ 241 C42A

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THE THREE ENGLISHMEN

TYHURST & BOND ALL ABOUT US!

The Three Englishmen

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Sketch show The Englishmen present a brand new hour of lovingly crafted sketches to tickle your ribs, chill your spine and make your heart sing. “Bizarre, charismatic, and side-splittingly funny” ***** (ThreeWeeks). thethreeenglishmen.co.uk 19, 20 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm £8.50 (£7) £5 students 15+ 241 C3EA

THE TOURISTS - A SKETCH SHOW Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 J6 Sketch show The Tourists’ cocktail of surreal sketches has been fermented and distilled from the juices of their collective psyche, shaken with a hint of popular culture and is served chilled. www.thetouristscomedy.com 24 - 27 May 2pm - 3pm

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THE TREASON SHOW Treason Productions

Latest Music Bar 95 K9 Satire Brighton’s legendary Treason Show, now in its record breaking 12th year, is back in cabaret style at Latest Music Bar. Led by founder (and occasional nudist) Mark Brailsford. Early booking advised. www.treasonshow.co.uk 23 - 25 May 8:30pm - 10:15pm £13.50 (£10) 15+ C3F9

THE TWITNITS: ON THE WIRE The Twitnits

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Improv 10 improvisers, one stage, no script. Brave fools and Maydays-graduates The Twitnits take your suggestions and chuck ‘em back at you with comedy spikes on. Prepare to laugh. Hard. www.thetwitnits.co.uk 21 May 8pm - 9pm, 26 May 3pm - 4pm £5 (£4) 241 C39C Treason Produc4ons & Boundary Events  Presents the World Premier of...

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Grace Eyre Theatre 172 G5 Sketch show The exceptionally funny and talented duo Sue Tyhurst & Tori Bond plus guests will take you to a land of absurdity with their hilarious sketch show. Truly unmissable! 12, 18, 19 May 7:45pm - 10pm £8 (£7) 15+ C3AA

WALK LIKE A BLACK MAN Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Solo show We’ve all wanted to be a black man haven’t we? Rafiq is no exception he’s only half a black man, half an Indian man and a whole lot of confusion! www.brightonfringefest.co.uk 14 - 17 May 5:45pm - 6:45pm £6 (£5) 18+ 241 C3C7

WEGOTTICKETS BRIGHTON FRINGE NEW ACT COMPETITION Laughing Horse Comedy & WeGotTickets

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Stand-up Join us over 4 heats and a final as we search for tomorrow’s comedy stars at the Brighton Fringe 2012. Top comedians perform alongside competition entrants each night! www.brightonfringefest.co.uk 6, 10, 13, 17, 27 May 8:45pm - 10:15pm £6 (£5) 18+ C41F

WHAT WOULD BEYONCE DO? www.iloveluisa.com

Laughing Horse@Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Stand-up All my single ladies! Luisa Omielan is a comic and improviser who has performed in Chicago and L.A. Expect honest, raw, hilarity. ‘Nothing short of astounding *****’ Three Weeks. www.iloveluisa.com 5, 6, 11, 12, 18, 25 - 27 May 7pm - 8pm Free 18+ C3A1

WITTANK WitTank

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Sketch show Like a runaway carnival of invention, WitTank hurtle back to Brighton Fringe with a whirlwind of colossal characters, rakish charm, and sketch magnificence. ‘A definite must see’ ***** (British Comedy Guide). wittank.com 5, 6 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm £8.50 (£7) £5 students 15+ C415

YOU’RE AMAZING. NOW LOOK AT ME The Dog-Eared Collective

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Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Sketch show After gaining Sunday Times Critics Choice and a Top Ten recommendation from FringeReview last year, Brighton Fringe fanatics The Dog-Eared Collective are back to bend your minds with more supercharged silliness. objectivetalentmanagement.com 11 - 13 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm £8.50 (£7) £5 students 241 C3AF

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BrooksFest 154 1E Performance art BrooksFest Festival of Performing Arts. Dance, burlesque, comedy, cabaret, music, drama, alternative, street arts, dance competitions, workshops. Long weekend camping in the beautiful river valley. Come and take part. brooksfest.co.uk 1 - 4 June 9am - 9pm £15 - £65, day tickets available, 15+ C22A see website for details .

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Locked in her bedroom with only a goldfish for company, join Cassie in a battle for herself within the surreal landscapes of our states of mind. Contemporary puppetry dance theatre. www.touchedtheatre.co.uk 22 - 24 May 7pm - 8pm £8.50 (£6.50)

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Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Performance art A unique, colourful, seamless performance piece. Eurythmy West Midlands will delight you with this artistic collage from the humorous to the sublime! Also contains ‘Monkey and Papa-God’. eurythmywm@gmail.com 24 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm £10 (£8)

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Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Devised ‘Today I won’t think of anything; today I’ll enjoy myself’. One woman’s life rich with hope, loss and expectation, told using three different actors. Poetic fragments of shared moments. www.ruggedisaactheatre.com 20 -22 May 6:45pm - 7:45pm £8 (£6) C1F8

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EAU EAU 7 Brighton Swimming Club

Prince Regent Swimming Pool 144 J8 Musical theatre Celebrating 50 years of James Bond, the synchro swimmers of Brighton help to solve a new plot, with an Olympic twist. www.brightonsc.co.uk 12 May 8pm - 9pm £8 (£6)

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alienZoo Hove Town Hall 315 D7 Acrobatics Innovative dance production, driven by emotive themes and inspiring theatrical design. With a cast lead by the 5 times National Rhythmic Group Champions; alienZoo blends contortion, acrobatics and circus techniques. www.alienzoo.net 11 May 8pm - 9:45pm £12.50 (£9.50)

Fanti Acrobats International Fanti Acrobats Int.

Thistle Hotel (The) 141 J9 Acrobatics Award-winning traditional African acrobats from Ghana. Returning after a very successful run in 2011. A breathtaking performance, not to be missed. www.fantiacrobats.com 11 - 27 May 6pm - 7pm £6 (£3) £5 Tickets for groups of 4 or more, children under 12 FREE. 241 C1EF

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LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: HARD Kasia Ustowska and Alicja Hoppel

Secret Venue Contemporary It’s mainly a dance performance, but it’s also mainly a true story. Where things are not fun anymore. So please, stay serious and work hard. Just follow the rules. 5 May 5pm - 5:30pm, 6pm - 6:30pm, 7pm - 7:30pm

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Pretty Good Girl Dance Theatre

Salvation Army Congress Hall (The) 301 K5 Theatrical Capturing a unique view through the eyes of our disabled performers, Footprints considers the imprints we all make on city life and the footprints we leave behind. 14 May 2pm - 3:15pm, 15 May 7pm - 8:15pm

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 LGBT Using a unique blend of dance and physical theatre telling the brave story of Liam/Luna, a transgendered teenager. This inspiring story explores beauty, ignorance, fear and acceptance. www.prettygoodgirl.com C1ED 11 - 13 May 7pm - 8pm £8.50 (£6.50)

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FROM KABUL WITH LOVE+TRACY SAYS... Edina Husanovic + Box Tracy Theatre Dance

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Burlesque A unique double bill from two exciting and contrasting young artists using dance and text to tell very unexpected tales - Edina, a journey from Bosnia to Kochi, Box Tracy about... Tracy. 12, 13 May 4:30pm - 5:55pm £8.50 (£6.50) 241 C1F1

ONCE UPON A TIME... Street Dance City College Brighton Hove

City College Brighton and Hove 385 J7 Hip hop/breakin’ A showcase of Street Dance from our innovative Street Dance course. How do stories inspire us? What do they make us think of? www.ccb.ac.uk/public/college-life/dance 30 May 7:30pm - 9pm £3 241 C1E9

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RADHA IS LOOKING GOOD / THE CLOCK Hide and Seek Theatre

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Devised Radha - discover an autistic girl’s interior world. The Clock a modern fairytale unfolds through movement and shadow puppetry. Two bold solos; new writing devised from memories and imagination. hideandseektheatre.com 9 - 11 May 8:30pm - 10pm

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ROLLING ON THE FLOOR LAUGHING The Circus Project

Sallis Benney Theatre 176 K8 Circus An awesome mix of aerial circus, big screen Wii gaming, animation and video telling true stories of young people as they navigate through both the real and the virtual world. www.thecircusproject.co.uk 6 May 3pm - 4pm & 7pm -8pm £8 (£5)

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SHUTTERLAND Rhum and Clay Theatre Company

Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Absurdist Lecoq trained company present their Edinburgh smash hit, blending aburdist humour and innovative physical theatre. One man on the run from a world of lost stories and lost voices. www.rhumandclay.com 17 - 20 May 9pm - 10pm £9 (£7)

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SMALL TALK Probe

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Performance art Stand-up singing, sit-down talking, monosyllabic dancing and fast-talking movement come together in Antonia Grove’s edgy, sexy and unpredictable portrayal of disguise and derangement created by Wendy Houstoun. www.probeproject.com 10 May 7pm - 8pm, 11 - 14 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm & 12 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm £8.50 (£6.50)

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THE CITY WILL CRUMBLE Nyctolopic

Warren (The) 58 I9 Physical theatre The dark megacity returns as dance theatre! Ana Marambio’s choreography and David Holyoak’s music update film noir for 2012. “Excellently choreographed scenes of torture and distress” (Extra!Extra! on Marambio’s earlier work.) www.nyctolopic.org/thecitywillcrumble 8, 9 May 7pm - 8pm £9 (£7)

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WALKING A FINE LINE Borderline Circus

Newhaven Fort 347 O10 Circus This group delivers bubbling happiness with swinging trapeze, juggling and triple acrobatics. We have the courage to get out there, cut our hearts open, and share all that is inside. www.borderlinecircus.com 18 - 20 May 2pm - 3pm £5 C1F6

WATER ISLANDS Eurythmy West Midlands

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Performance art This seamless performance-piece of contemporary poetry and music by Debussy unfolds before your eyes in eurythmy and acting. ’...three incredible artists’; ‘...a deep artistic experience... will not be quickly forgotten’. eurythmywm@gmail.com 24 May 7pm - 8pm £10 (£8)

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Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Talk Historian Kathryn Ferry looks at what makes our seaside architecture distinctive; from the grand entertainment buildings that promised exotic luxury to the small promenade shelters that kept off summer rain. www.kathrynferry.co.uk

Brighton Fishing Museum 350 I9 Traditional Annual ‘Blessing Of The Nets’ by the Lord Mayor and other local dignitaries. 12.30pm Brighton Salvation Army Band. 1pm Blessing Of The Nets followed by hymns. Live music till 4pm. www.brightonfishingmuseum.org.uk 13 May 12:30pm - 4pm Free C219

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Brighton Buddhist Centre 33 J8 Welcome to our beautiful centre in the heart of Brighton... enjoy music and meditation, puppets and dance, storytelling and writing workshops, cake and lots more! See our website for info. www.brightonbuddhistcentre.co.uk 12 May 2pm - 5pm Free C213

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Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Talk Historian Kathryn Ferry looks at what makes our seaside architecture distinctive; from the grand entertainment buildings that promised exotic luxury to the small promenade shelters that kept off summer rain. www.kathrynferry.co.uk 18, 25 May 2pm - 3pm £7 (£6)

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BrooksFest 154 1E Performance art BrooksFest Festival of Performing Arts. Dance, burlesque, comedy, cabaret, music, drama, alternative, street arts, dance competitions, workshops. Long weekend camping in the beautiful River Valley. Come and take part. www.brooksfest.co.uk 1 - 4 June 9am - 9pm £15 - £65, day tickets available, see 15+ website for details. C22A

DANCEITATION: BUDDHIST WISDOM MEETS INTELLIGENT CLUBBING! Danceitation

Brighton Buddhist Centre 33 J8 Most people think of meditation as sitting cross-legged in silence. Not so with Danceitation - it’s a fusion of meditation and free-form dance, a revolution in thinking and grooving. www.danceitation.com 12 May 7:30pm - 10pm £10 (£7)

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DEATH AND MOURNING IN VICTORIAN ENGLAND

BOUTIQUE CINEMA

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Slice Sussex

Slice Sussex 320 E7 Film Boutique Cinema. Locally sourced produce/alcohol amongst vintage furniture/armchairs. Array of short films, hand picked by the once Sussex based Red Hot Shorts. Laid back vibes. www.slicesussex.co.uk 6, 13, 20, 27 May 4pm - 6pm, 9, 16, 23, 30 18+ C291 May 7:45pm - 10pm £5

BRIGHTON BINGO

Gothic Chapel (The) 446 M4 Talk Illustrated talk in Woodvale Cemetery’s Gothic chapel on how Victorians mourned their dead. Fascinating rituals involved elaborate etiquette, distinctive clothing and long mourning periods to remember loved ones. www.sarah-tobias.blogspot.com 7, 19 May midday - 1:30pm £6.50 (£5.50) £3.50 school children/students 15+ 241 C296

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Bottle Rocket Theatre

LMNOP Studios 245 7G Photography A game for adults and families to be the quickest to complete their bingo board of Brighton sights. Upload photos to compete for prizes for the quickest and best photograph. www.bottlerockettheatre.weebly.com 5, 12, 19, 26 May 11am - 4pm £5 1 ticket buys C281 1 bingo card per group

BRIGHTON FROCKS CATWALK SHOW Brighton Fashion Week

All Saints Church 7 D6 Performance art A dramatic and visually astounding theatrical performance showcasing off-the-wall collections from twelve national designers. Expect dynamic, colourful and eclectic performances. An unforgettable catwalk experience. www.brightonfashionweek.com 30 May 8pm - 10pm £11 - £45 Please see website for ticket details C205

The Biosphere Project

Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Talk Can the South Downs balance protection of important wildlife habitats with supporting rural business and tourism? Join the debate. Go to the website to find out more about the world at your feet. www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/biosphere 22 May Midday - 1:30pm £5 Ticket price includes a 15+ local light lunch C267

FREE KI & AIKIDO TASTER SESSIONS Brighton Ki Society

Brighton Ki Centre 21 I8 Physical Ki Workshop: 10.00 - 11.00. Unification of mind and body, Stretching, Natural movement, Meditation & Breathing. Aikido Workshop: 11.00 - 12.00. Ki & Aikido demonstration: 12.00 - 12:30. www.kisociety.org.uk/dojos/brighton.asp 6, 13, 20 May 10am - 12:30pm Free C21B

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FREE TALK: CLASSICAL BUTEYKO BREATHING METHOD Learnbuteyko

Brighton Natural Health Centre 23 J8 Talk Free Talk: The Classical Buteyko breathing method is an effective drug-free approach to bringing about optimal health and reversing chronic symptoms. Measure your breathing and Q & A session. www.learnbuteyko.co.uk C21F 12 May 3pm - 5pm Free

FRIENDS OF SALTDEAN LIDO FUN DAY Friends of Saltdean Lido

Saltdean Oval Park 389 O10 Family A free family fun day for all to enjoy. Food & arts & crafts market with entertainment throughout the day, from children’s activities through to dance and live music. www.saltdeanlidocampaign.org 26 May 11am - 4pm Free C1DB

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JOURNEY TO THE CORE The Biosphere Project

MEET: Biosphere Bus Stop 499 J9 Walk Trips and talks at the centre of the Biosphere at Castle Hill. Discover the secrets hidden on your doorstep. Find out more about the world at your feet at www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/biosphere. 12 May 1pm - 3:30pm, 4pm - 5:30pm, 8pm - 10:30pm £5 (£2) C248

LILAC LARK FAIR Friends of Withdean Park / Lions club

Withdean Park 156 H1 Family Join us again for another relaxing afternoon amongst the lilacs. Dog show, refreshments, homemade cakes, many stalls, music, jazz and children’s activities. www.friendsofwithdeanpark.org.uk 13 May 12:30pm - 5pm Free C24A

Fringe CITY – New Road

LIVE ROLLER DERBY

Brighton Fringe

Brighton Rockers Roller Derby

New Road 303 J9 Fringe City is Brighton’s free outdoor showcase of unique fringe performances and a chance to celebrate everything fringe. Taking place on New Road, every Saturday throughout May. www.brightonfringe.org C439 5, 12, 19, 26 May Midday - 5pm Free

Secret Venue Sport Brighton Rockers wants you! Witness the fastest-growing sport in the UK - roller derby! It’s full-contact, all-female: real women, real moves & real heart. Utterly exciting, totally entertaining, family-friendly action. www.brightonrockers.com 26 May 2pm - 6pm £9 Children Free but ticketed C240

Fringe City Family Picnic presented by i

Make-Shift

Brighton Fringe in partnership with i

Blind Ditch

Pavilion Gardens 292 J9 England’s best-loved concise quality newspaper is bringing you a picnic in Pavilion Gardens with a showcase of Brighton Fringe 2012 children’s events and healthy snacks to enjoy. www.brightonfringe.org 19 May 11am - 4pm Free

Live Art Salon@Queens Park 449 M7 Multimedia Paula and Helen warmly invite you to an environmentallyaware house party with a difference. Make-shift is a unique and intimate networked performance connecting participants in Brighton, Berlin and online. www.make-shift.net

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Fringe City Tea Party

MYMINIDISCO

Lovingly Hosted by Citroën

myminidisco

Old Steine (The) 300 J9 Join us at the Old Steine. Bring a picnic blanket, and we will provide the rest. Enjoy a day of entertainers, artisan foods and fun for all of the family. www.brightonfringe.org 6 May Midday - 4pm Free

Komedia 105 J8 Family A club experience for little ones, and big ones too. Hosted by our dance instructor; face painting, activity play area, super-sized ghetto blaster, dj booth. It’ll sell out fast! www.myminidisco.co.uk 13 May 2pm - 5pm £8

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IF I RULED THE WORLD

PLANT SALE

Nova Pitch

Sussex Chrysanthemum and Dahlia Society

Nightingale (The) - Off Site 208 I8 Site-specific Press play precisely on the hour! Listen as the city you live in becomes a film-set and you the star! An interactive audio performance transporting you across parallel storylines. 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20 May 12:45pm - 1:30pm & 2:45pm - 3:30pm & 4:45pm - 5.30pm £5 Convene at the 15+ Nightingale C284

St Peter’s Church 193 K7 All the annual plants and shrubs that you may need. 12 May 10am - 12:30pm

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IN CONVERSATION WITH TONY BENN The Labour Representation Committee

Brighthelm Church & Community Centre 32 I8 Political Tony Benn in conversation with John McDonnell MP, Owen Jones, author of ‘Chavs’, and you. Your chance to discuss key issues with three leading British socialists from different generations. www.l-r-c.org.uk & www.sussexlrc.com 12 May 2pm - 4:30pm £10 (£5) Buy one ticket to each LRC event & receive the third ticket 1/2 price. C20F

INTERNATIONAL FRINGE FAYRE Brighton Fringe

Coach House 80 I9 Meet fringe organisers from around the world. If you are looking to tour your fringe event, this is a great chance to network. 13 May 10.30am - 1pm

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EC Brighton lAnguAgE sChool CAn offEr vEry CompEtitivE rAtEs for host fAmiliEs to ACCommodAtE Adult And Junior studEnts. Adults Single H/B £108 - £120pw Single B&B £85 - £100pw Twin H/B £95 - £110pppw Twin B&B £73 - £85pppw Executive H/B £160 - £190pw Executive Couple H/B £145 - £160pppw Executive B&B £128 - £145pw

Juniors Single F/B £115 - £125pw Twin F/B £98pppw - £115pppw If you are interested please contact the Accommodation Office on 01273-679308 or alternatively e-mail karenhoyle@ecenglish.com or francinecarr@ecenglish.com

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PREDICATION 2012, LIFE ACADEMY Amitamore Management Ltd

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Seminar Will the world end in 2012? A chance to chat with the agony author, Just Jean, and discuss some of the concepts in his book, combined with a journey to the Life Academy. www.predication.info 26 May 3:30pm - 5:30pm Free 15+

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PUPPET ANIMATION: CELEBRATING BRIGHTON’S STORIES Artist from Brighton Uni, Lucinda Abel Foyer/Corridor/Cafe at University of Brighton 176 K8 Puppetry Exhibition celebrating Brighton’s diverse seafront culture with Patcham High School. Using the 2012 Cultural Olympiad as a platform and the process and craftsmanship of puppetry to explore our local community. www.lucindaabel.tumblr.com 7 - 12, 14 - 18 May 10am - 5pm Free

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23 June – 8 July TAKEPART FREE Launch Day in Preston Park 23 June

Paddle Round the Pier 30 June – 1 July 2 weeks of taster sessions for all ages and abilities Activities for schools Takepart Local – 7 July – 8 July

SHAMBHALA FILM FESTIVAL www.takepartbrightonandhove.com

PUSSYCAT CLUB LIVE & UNLEASHED Pilot Events Ltd.

Digital 44 I9 Club night ‘The Maddest Night Out’, Mixmag. Brighton’s longest running club night. Upfront Dance DJs backed by live musicians, vocalists, electronic drummer, saxophonist, guitarist. Fire dancers, burlesque, aerial & walkabout acts. www.pussycatevents.com 5 May 11pm - 4am £12 (£10)

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SATURDAYS@EMMAUS Emmaus Brighton & Hove

Emmaus Brighton & Hove 53 A6 OT Variety The knitted garden, musical performances by up and coming bands, a real life puppet show, art, kids stuff and so much more. www.emmausbrighton.co.uk 5, 12, 19, 26 May 10am - 4:30pm Free C22B

SCANNING FOR GOLD 2012 EVENT Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Brighton and Sussex Medical School 36 O1 Science What makes a high performance athlete? Find out, with Professor Darrell Evans, Dr Gary Brickley, Dr Malcolm Johnston and Olympic and Paralympic Games hopefuls. A fun, science-meets-art-event. www.bsms.ac.uk/scanning-for-gold 22 May 6:30pm - 8:30pm Free C20E

SELL YOUR SHOW ON THE FRINGE Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society

Barcelo Brighton Old Ship Hotel (The) 289 I9 Educational Whether you are preparing for Edinburgh or performing in Brighton, our expert panel are here to help you get your show noticed. Presented by the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society. www.edfringe.com 13 May 1:30pm - 3:30pm Free but ticketed

Brighton Shambhala Meditation Group

Brighton Media Centre Gallery 73 I9 Film Brighton Shambhala presents a selection of films exploring the Buddhist wisdom traditions of Tibet. Friday/Saturday 7pm: Crazy Wisdom. Saturday 3pm: Brilliant Moon. Sunday 3pm:The Great Mother. www.brighton.shambhala.info 11, 12 May 7pm - 9:30pm, 12 May 3pm - 4:30pm, 13 May 3pm - 6pm £7 (£5)

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SPOTLIGHT SEMINAR Spotlight

Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Seminar Sell yourself: Self-Marketing for Actors. Spotlight’s Emma Dyson will be offering essential career advice for actors. Great for actors just starting out, or those who could use a refresher. www.spotlight.com 18 May 9am - Midday Free 18+

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SPRING SEEDLING SWAP Harvest and BHOGG

Preston Park Vegetable Garden 486 I4 Come and swap or buy seedlings for your garden! Join us for family-friendly, foodie activities by the vegetable garden in Preston Park. www.harvest-bh.org.uk 20 May 10am - 1pm Free C25E

ST ANN’S WELL GARDENS SPRING FESTIVAL Friends Of St Ann’s Well Gardens

St Ann’s Well Gardens 155 F7 Family Community festival for all the family with live music stage, roller disco, skate park, arts and crafts market, samba band, children’s craft workshops, peaceful retreat, concert band, food stalls, nature activities. Stannswellgardens.co.uk 19 May 11am - 7pm Free C259

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SUSSEX Vs WEST-INDIES + BEER FESTIVAL Sussex County Cricket Club

Sussex County Cricket Club 433 E6 Sport Join in the calypso fun when the West Indies head into Hove to play Sussex! Activities for the whole family with bouncy castles, steel bands, beer festivals and first-class cricket! www.sussexcricket.co.uk 5 - 7 May 11am - 9pm £10

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UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON PRODUCT DESIGN EXHIBITION Division of Engineering and Product Design

Brighton University Creativity Centre 125 N2 Exhibition An open exhibition of work from our Product Design students. Held in our creativity centre, it also includes seminars and technology demonstrations on the 24th May. www.brighton.ac.uk/cem/cdt 22, 23 May 1pm - 7pm, 24 May 11am - 7pm Free C224

THE BIG GRIN

WASTE OF SPACE

The Fedora Group

Artists In Space

Brighton Fishing Museum 350 I9 Family Mr. Punch’s 350th birthday party by the sea with puppet shows galore, family fun, drop-in activities and backstage tours. Have a go at being a ‘Professor’ yourself. www.thefedoragroup.com 26, 27 May 11am - 5pm Free

Secret Locations Interactive A collision of ideas in secret locations through a series of pop-up exhibitions, music, workshops and performances. Immerse yourself in a creative trail reviving empty spaces. The trail starts here... www.wasteofspacebrighton.co.uk 5 - 7, 10 - 13, 17 - 20, 24 - 27 May 11am - Midnight Free

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THE FEEL GOOD CHOIR Horse & Groom 307 L6 Blues A community choir, that does exactly what it says on the tin. Hear the best Motown, Jazz, Blues and Classic Pop songs. All proceeds go to Children of Mombasa. www.feelgoodchoir.posterous.com 17 May 9pm - 11pm Donations C204

WE CAN AFFORD WELFARE AND HOUSING! The Labour Representation Committee

Brighthelm Church & Community Centre 32 I8 Political The world’s 7th richest economy, Britain has sufficient resources to fund decent housing for all and the welfare state. Teresa Pearce MP and Andy Winter discuss how we achieve this. www.l-r-c.org.uk & www.sussexlrc.com 19 May 2pm - 4:30pm £10 (£5) Buy one ticket to each LRC

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THE READY TO WEAR SHOW

WHO’S GOING TO SAVE THE PLANET?

Brighton Fashion Week

Institute of Development Studies

Brighton Corn Exchange 460 J8 Exhibition The RTW Show sponsored by Business Cash Advance is an interactive fashion event. Enjoy pampering, shopping, champagne, hair and beauty demonstrations, workshops and live catwalk shows over two days. www.brightonfashionweek.com 2 June 11am - 6pm, 3 June 10am - 5pm £6 (£4)

Jubilee Library 96 J8 Seminar Climate change, famine, financial turmoil - are we doomed? Or can citizens, governments and businesses change track to save the planet? Ask our panel of experts, including Brighton MP Caroline Lucas. www.ids.ac.uk 17 May 7pm - 8:30pm Free

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THE SILENT MOVIE EXPERIENCE

Brighton Fringe

Watts Music Productions

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 TALK We want Brighton Fringe to be the best in the world. This is your chance to give feedback, discuss and hear our plans for the future. Hosted by the Brighton Fringe Team. www.brightonfringe.org 27 May 10.30am - 11.30am Free

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Film Comedy silent movies with live music, sound effects and hilarious audience participation. ‘Brilliant live soundtracks’ The Argus. ‘...pure magic for all the family’ Latest 7 ***** www.silentmovieexperience.co.uk 13, 27 May 2pm - 3:10pm £9 (£7) £28 Family Ticket C24C

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YOUTH ARTS FESTIVAL

THE-SOUND-OF-THE-WIND-IN-THE-TREES

Youth Arts Project

circa69

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Film A performance of live video and sound by artist circa69 incorporating interviews, live instruments, electronic sounds and a 1982 BBC micro-computer, performed within the glow of a brooding cinematic environment. www.thesoundofthewindinthetrees.co.uk www.circa69.co.uk 24 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm, 26 May 6:45pm - 7:45pm

Various Venues - see www.youthartsfestivalbrighton. org.uk / 01273 294617 Open house Creative work produced by young people, aged 11-25, through voluntary and statutory services across the city. Includes drama, art, music, dance, launch event and workshops. Visit www.youthartsfestivalbrighton.org.uk or call 01273 294617. 25 April 7:30pm - 9pm, 28 - 30 April, 1 - 13 May 10am -

£8.50 (£6.50)

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UNITED WE STAND: TACKLING RACISM

ZEITGEIST CATWALK SHOW

The Labour Representation Committee

Brighton Fashion Week

Brighthelm Church & Community Centre 32 I8 Political With massive spending cuts threatening all communities, some seek to scapegoat ethnic minorities and migrants. Jeremy Corbyn MP, Mark Serwotka and others discuss how we stay united and fight racism. www.l-r-c.org.uk & www.sussexlrc.com 22 May 7pm - 9:30pm £10 (£5) Buy one ticket to each

All Saints Church 7 D6 Performance art The Zeitgeist show couples stylish sophistication, elegant lines and luxurious fabrics with pioneering style aesthetic. Showcasing exquisite designs by emerging national designers. Unquestionably the design pinnacle of the week. www.brightonfashionweek.com 31 May 8pm - 10pm £13 - £55 see website for ticket

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Long Nose Puppets

Hove Town Hall 315 D7 Family Following last year’s success,the MOSAIC Puppet Theatre Group returns with another enchanting story of cultural identity told through puppetry magic in a stimulating show of dance and songs. www.mosaicequalities.org.uk 20 May 2:30pm - 3:30pm & 4pm- 5pm

Hurly Burly (The) 157 K7 Family An inspiring flight of fancy about the power of imagination, based on the popular children’s book by Polly Dunbar with music by Tom Gray of Gomez. For 2-7 year olds. www.familyfringe.co.uk 10 - 12 May 10am - 10:45am, 11, 12 May 11:45am -

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Acting Workshop for Children

FRIENDS OF SALTDEAN LIDO FUN DAY Friends of Saltdean Lido

Brighton Youth Centre 97 K9 Theatrical Come and learn how to act from a professional perspective and not be treated like a child. Everyone has the ability, it’s just a question of harnessing it. Age 11+ 12 May 1pm - 2:30pm

Saltdean Oval Park 389 O10 Family A free family fun day for all to enjoy. Food & arts & crafts market with entertainment throughout the day, from children’s activities through to dance and live music. saltdeanlidocampaign.org 26 May 11am - 4pm Free

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BIG GIG FOR LITTLE MONSTERS Al Start and the Beastie Band

HANSEL AND GRETEL

Komedia 105 J8 Live music Al & her fantastic band are back for this monster-themed gig for the whole family. Dress like a beastie to win prizes and join in the kids’ open mic! www.alstart.co.uk 20 May 1pm - 2:15pm & 3:30pm - 4:45pm £6 (£4)

Teapot Theatre Company

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Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Family No child forgets the story of the witch, the breadcrumb trail and the gingerbread house in the woods. Join Hansel and Gretel’s journey through hunger, hope, cruelty and courage. 5, 6, 7 May 2pm - 3pm, 5, 6 May 4pm - 5pm, 7 May Midday - 1pm £8 C1E0

COMEDY CLUB 4 KIDS Komedia 105 J8 Funny Cracking entertainment for everyone over the age of six, we have the best comedians on the UK circuit doing what they do best... but without the rude bits! www.comedyclub4kids.co.uk 26 May 2pm - 3:15pm

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HERLOCK BONES & THE MISSING EGGS Whizz Bang Pop

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Slapstick Fabulous fun-filled detective tale for kids aged 3-8 years. Sing, dance, laugh & become a detective in this fabulous theatre from Brighton-based company, Whizz Bang Pop. www.whizzbangpop.co.uk 13 May 11am - Midday, 12:30pm - 1:30pm, 2:30pm 3:30pm, 4pm - 5pm £5

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HERLOCK BONES & THE MISSING EGGS

Hove Methodist Church 9 A5 Family Join us on a creative journey you won’t forget! We’ll ride to wonderful places as we paint a large cardboard train playhouse, make magical accessories and explore messy materials. www.redjellykids.co.uk 12 May 3:30pm - 4:30pm £10 Adults go FREE. All children

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DEANS FESTIVAL

Hurly Burly (The) 157 K7 Family Whizz Bang Pop’s fun-filled, sing along detective tale for kids aged 3 -8 years. Who stole the prize winning eggs? Help Herlock Bones find the fiend. Come along early for Breakfast! www.familyfringe.co.uk 17 - 19 May 10am - 11am £5 C1D2

HUGGERS - FAMILY FRIENDLY SHOW

Deans Festival

Woodingdean Primary School 213 O5 Family Family funday! Great day out for all ages and abilities! Climbing wall, games, sporting activities, displays, stalls, refreshments, top food, bar plus many more fabulous things to see and do. www.deansfestival.org 12 May 11am - 4pm Free C1CC

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 I8 Family Join some of the best performers at The Fringe for good, clean, comedy and cabaret for all the family. ‘Great fun... a successful show’ - The Scotsman. 10 - 13 May 3:45pm - 4:45pm

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JAMES CAMPBELL’S COMEDY 4 KIDS

MUCH ADO ABOUT WENLOCK

James Campbell

Vamos Theatre

Old Market (The) 145 F8 Family A stand up comedian for children over six, their parents and anyone who likes comedy without the rude words. ‘Has achieved almost holy status - don’t miss’ The Sunday Times. www.thejamescampbell.com 13 May 2:30pm - 3:30pm £7

Warren (The) 58 I9 Theatrical On your starting blocks! In 1850, a Shropshire market town hosted its own ‘Olympian Games’, combining country sports with spelling races. This captivatingly comic production tells the tale. www.vamostheatre.co.uk 26, 27 May 11:30am - 1:15pm £8.50 (£6) 241 C1DD

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ONCE APOP A SNICKETY WOW!

LAPIN WANTS ICE-CREAM

Jamie Crawford

Le Petit Monde

Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 Puppetry Lapin, the thirsty French rabbit, only wants ONE thing to quench his thirst. Find out what, in this fun, interactive puppet show (in English, with carefully chosen, repeated French keywords). www.lepetitmonde.co.uk 5 May 3:30pm - 4:10pm, 6 - 10 May 2:30pm - 3:10pm £6

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Sallis Benney Theatre Café 176 K8 Storytelling Laugh out loud, fall silent in wonder, jump with surprise, grapple with riddles, call out, join in, sing along to the choruses and come back home in time for tea. arts.brighton.ac.uk/tg 20 May 3:30pm - 4:30pm £3 (£2) C1D9

LOST PROPS

REVLON SCARLET RESCUES THE CROWN JEWELS

George Williams

River Productions and Skylight Theatre

Hurly Burly (The) 157 K7 Puppetry A puppet has been left behind. The cleaner must find his company. Starring Ben from Long Nose Puppets’ Penguin and actor-musician George Williams. A wheelie-big-bin adventure. www.familyfringe.co.uk 8, 22, 26 May 10am - 10:45am, 25 May 11:45am 241 C1E7 12:30pm £5

Brighton Marina 202 O10 Theatrical Pirate Revlon Scarlet and his sister Sabre travel to 1952 to save the coronation on their time travelling theatre bus. The audience sits on the ground for this outdoor production. www.riverproductionsuk.com 13 - 27 May 4:30pm - 6pm £7.50 (£5)

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MILLIONAIRE MUM AND ME

ROLLING ON THE FLOOR LAUGHING

Reigate Grammar School

The Circus Project

Jubilee Library 96 J8 Puppetry A fantastic new puppet show for children. Joe Egg has everything money can buy. The problem is, he doesn’t really want any of it! Joe just wants his mum back. www.RGSDrama.net 5 May 10:30am - 11:30am & 1pm - 2pm & 3pm - 4pm

Sallis Benney Theatre 176 K8 Circus An awesome mix of aerial circus, big screen Wii gaming, animation and video telling true stories of young people as they navigate through both the real and the virtual world. www.thecircusproject.co.uk 6 May 3pm - 4pm & 7pm -8pm £8 (£5)

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MR PINEAPPLE HEAD Mr Pineapple Head

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Clown A family clown theatre show. Mr Pineapple Head works in the style of a silent clown, performing physical comedy and slapstick routines to music. Genuinely funny, professional silliness! www.mrpineapplehead.co.uk 5, 7, 12, 19, 20, 26 May Midday - 1pm £6 £20 Family Ticket C1E2

MRS MCMOON Katie Grace Cooper

Hurly Burly (The) 157 K7 Family Mrs McMoon returns with her mystically magical, interactive storytelling show. Set in the warmth of her cosy old living room, there is a world of brave and daring adventures. www.familyfringe.co.uk 10, 24 May Midday - 12:45pm, 15, 24, 25 May 10am 241 C1CB 10:45am £5

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THE GINGERBREAD MAN

Artichoke Artgroup

The Rainbow Collectors

Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Family ‘Impressively made and performed’. Award-winning physical theatre, music, audiovisuals and art. Show off is a series of fun and energetic short plays born from improvisation, comics, storytelling and masks. www.artichokeartgroup.co.uk 6, 13, 26 May 3pm - 4:30pm £8 (£5)

Hurly Burly (The) 157 K7 Family Inventive puppetry, clowning and cooking in this show for 3 - 7’s. A classic story brought to life in a new and delicious way! www.familyfringe.co.uk 8, 10, 11 May 4pm - 4:45pm £8 (£5) C1E6

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SAVVY Theatre Company

SNOW PLAY Lyngo Theatre

Warren (The) 58 I9 Theatrical When Mr Green comes back from holiday to find Mr White in his house it’s the start of a brrrilliant adventure... Performed by Cbeebies Patrick Lynch, for 3-7 year-olds. www.lyngo.co.uk 17 - 20 May 11am - 11:50am £6 (£5)

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THE GREAT ARCTIC CAPER The Adventurers Club

SNOW WHITE Filskit Theatre Company

Warren (The) 58 I9 Theatrical Think you know Snow White? Think again... No dwarves! No prince! Just one extraordinary journey into the mysterious world of our deliciously scrumptious Snow White. www.filskittheatre.com 5 - 8 May 1:30pm - 2:30pm £8 (£6)

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Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Family Based on the memories of a WWII evacuee; this production utilises mask and physical theatre to explore a childhood understanding of that time. A show for all the family. www.savvytheatre.co.uk 11, 12 May 2pm - 2:45pm, 12 May Midday - 12:45pm, 13 May 241 C336 4pm - 4:45pm £5 Under 5 years free.

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Sallis Benney Theatre 176 K8 Family Join comedians Tim FitzHigham and Tiernan Douieb in their haphazard and hilarious journey to the coldest place on Earth! www.arts.brighton.ac.uk/tg 20 May 1:30pm - 2:30pm

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THE STORY OF HARAP ALB Eurythmy West Midlands

SPOOK CIRCUS Peter Campbell-Wells

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Magic Magician Peter Campbell-Wells presents his dazzling troupe of eerie entertainers! These are the most highly-trained and talented spooks working in entertainment today - although that, admittedly, isn’t saying much! www.spookcircus.co.uk 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 2pm - 3pm £6 (£5) C1E1

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Family ‘Long ago, in a far-off land...’ This exciting Romanian story for all the family is brought to life - with plenty of humour! Storytelling, colourful eurythmy and music. www.eurythmywm.org.uk 25, 26 May 11am - Midday £7 (£5) 241 C1C8

THE TIM BAT TRICK SHOW Tim Bat

STREET DREAMS Little Cauliflower Theatre

Sallis Benney Theatre 176 K8 Puppetry In a world where nothing is what it seems, and everything is animated, the rubbish dump is a place where laughter can be stumbled upon in the unlikeliest of places. arts.brighton.ac.uk/tg 20 May 5pm - 6pm £7 (£5) £20 Family ticket C1DA

Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Funny Quirky comedy, puppetry and skillful trickery performed with panache. ‘Highly recommended for kids and adults alike - a real pleasure’, The Argus. ‘Sheer variety, impressive skill, breakneck and life-enhancing’, fringeview.co.uk 6, 13, 20 May Midday - 1pm £8 (£7) C1E4

THE WICKED WITCH OF BRIGHTON Hocus Pocus Productions

THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF LITTLE RED Ripley Theatre in association with 368

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Musical theatre The smash hit family musical hits Brighton. A girl in a red hood must defeat an evil fairy queen and save the world. ‘Kill to Get A Ticket’ The Scotsman 13, 20, 27 May 1:30pm - 2:30pm, 19, 28 May 11:30am 12:30pm £8 (£5) 241 C1C7

THE BIG GRIN The Fedora Group

Brighton Fishing Museum 350 I9 Family Mr. Punch’s 350th birthday party by the sea with puppet shows galore, family fun, drop-in activities and backstage tours. Have a go at being a ‘Professor’ yourself. www.thefedoragroup.com 26, 27 May 11am - 5pm Free C215

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS OnO Theatre

Warren (The) 58 I9 Theatrical Long-lost twins, desert islands and remarkably similar servants all combine to play havoc in this new adaption by Elizabeth Freestone (RSC, Globe) exclusively for OnO. Newbies (young/ old) welcome. Angel-winners. onotheatre.co.uk 13 May 3pm - 4pm, 19, 20 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm £8 (£5) Group discount 10+, £20 family ticket 241 C33F

Hanover Community Centre 91 L7 Funny Granny Gaga and Mr Farty Pants need your help in stopping the Wicked Witch from turning Queen’s Park into a car park. Bring drums, whistles and water pistols. 12, 13, 26, 27 May 3pm - 4pm

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TROUBADOUR TALES Silent Announcement

Hurly Burly (The) 157 K7 Storytelling From their woodland camp, troubadours Jackwynda, Jana and Giuseppe take you on a journey jammed with music, puppetry, songs and stories of mischief, magic and mystery! www.familyfringe.co.uk 15, 22, 27 May 5:30pm - 6:15pm & 7pm - 7:45pm £7 (£5) 241 C1D1

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TWELVE WILD DUCKS Multi Story Theatre Company

Sallis Benney Theatre 176 K8 Family Multi Story bring their customary magic to bear with a blend of live music, magical word-weaving and the engaging physicality that has become their hallmark. arts.brighton.ac.uk/tg 20 May 11am - Midday £7 (£5) £20 Family ticket C1D6

Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

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Warren (The) 58 I9 Theatrical Flying eggs, feathery snow, luminous eggs and a bear who gets fatter as you watch. Packed-full of tricks, transformations and eggs! For ages 3-6 and families, from CBeebies’ Patrick Lynch. www.lyngo.co.uk 17 - 20 May 1pm - 1:50pm £6 (£5) 241 C1D4

WONDERLANDS :TRIPLE BILL OF FANTASTICAL VOYAGES ACT Kids’ Theatre

Brighton and Hove High School 207 G7 Theatrical Triple bill of subversive and punky Alice in Wonderland and Dust. Time travelling in contemporary & Roman London with original material devised by our mini actors, aged 6 - 8. www.actbrighton.org 20 May Midday - 9pm £6 (£4) £20 Family Ticket 241 C1C4

YOUTH ARTS FESTIVAL Youth Arts Project

Various Venues - see website / 01273 294617 Open house Creative work produced by young people, aged 11-25, through voluntary and statutory services across the city. Includes drama, art, music, dance, launch event and workshops. Visit www.youthartsfestivalbrighton.org.uk or call 01273 294617 25 April 7:30pm - 9pm, 28 - 30 April, 1 - 13 May 10am 10pm Free

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DR FRANKENSTEIN’S TRAVELLING FREAK SHOW

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Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Theatrical Be a darling and fix me a martini? Become a beautifully debauched Vile Body as you join Evelyn Waugh on a plot-twisting performance driven by audience choice. Complimentary decadent libation. www.trailblazetheatre.co.uk 18+ C26B 24 - 27 May 7:15pm - 8:15pm £9

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Theatrical Ladies and Gentlemen prepare for shocks and thrills as monstrous individuals perform for your pleasure. Are they cursed? Blessed? Are they all they seem? You decide. Complimentary decadent libation included. www.tinshedtheatrecompany.com 17 - 20 May 7:15pm - 8:15pm £9

A LITERARY FEAST Cooked & Presented: Bompas & Parr

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Tasting Renowned architectural foodsmiths Bompas & Parr host a delightfully peculiar extravaganza in our Library of Literary Curiosities. Four literary-themed courses culminating with explosive dessert! Matching cocktails included. 50 places only. www.jellymongers.co.uk 18+ C268 23 May 7pm - 11pm £50

A SÉANCE WITH THE OGDEN SISTERS Presented by Trifle Gathering Productions

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Theatrical Meet world-famous mediums The Ogden Sisters in 1892 as they contact the spirit world and experience the marvellous, mysterious and peculiar. Bring an open mind. Ectoplasm guaranteed. Complimentary decadent libation. www.triflegatheringproductions.co.uk 18+ C252 17 - 20 May 8:45pm - 9:45pm £9

AN EVENING OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN MEMORY The University of Brighton

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Political Hear poetry, short stories and academic debate reflecting on the role of memory and narrative in South Africa and its neighbouring countries following the apartheid period. www.brighton.ac.uk/southernafricanmemory 22 May 6pm - 9pm Donations C233

BOYLESQUE! Presented by BRITish HEart Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Burlesque Prepare to be liberated and titillated by globally renowned male burlesque pioneer with a PhD in stripology! Expect literary inspiration from Colette to Dickens, intimate interaction and... stripping. Complimentary decadent libation. www.britishheartboylesque.co.uk/ 18+ C26A 24 - 26 May 10:15pm - 11:15pm £9

DARE YOU BRAVE THE WRITERS’ DEN? Hosted by Damian Barr

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Storytelling Pitch your book to a top panel of industry judges from Colman Getty PR, Conville & Walsh Literary Agency and Myriad Editions publishing. See web listing for full entry details. C234 17 May Midday - 4pm Free 18+

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Blind Tiger Club (The) 257 K8 Poetry Launch party for famous poet Chris Parkinson’s second collection of poems. Featuring performing seals*, live music, party politics, missing limbs, dying swans and some very special guests. And poetry. (*possibly) thedailywhale.wordpress.com 9 May 8pm - 11pm £3

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FLASH FICTION SLAM: ULTIMATE STORY CHALLENGE! Hosted by Damian Barr Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Storytelling Judges: Niven Govinden and Vanessa Gebbie. Length: 3 minutes max. ‘The Door’. Prize: £100. Entry: £5 including a decadent libation or free if you bring a story that night. 19 May 6pm - 7pm £5 (Free entry on the door if an 18+ attendee brings a story) C25B

GENTEEL TIPPLE THROUGH GIN IN LITERATURE Hosts: David Piper and Duncan McRae

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Tasting From Charles Dickens to Bret Easton Ellis, gin has fuelled writers, characters and plots. Come and enjoy some especially enlightening extracts and sample specially mixed Hendrick’s cocktails. All drinks included. C253 17, 20, 26 May 6pm - 7pm £9 18+

GRANDMOTHER’S FOOTSTEPS Dramacare

Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Poetry Prize-winning poet and actress Shirley Jaffe performs her amusing and heartwarming poems on family life and the joys of becoming a grandmother, joined by singer guitarist Derek Eastwood. 20 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm £6 (£5) 18+ 241 C25F

HENDRICK’S LABORATORY OF UNUSUAL LIBATIONS Hendrick’s Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar

Writings 484 J8 Tasting Savor this deliciously interactive tutorial with esteemed Hendrick’s Brand Ambassador, Duncan McRae. Volume 1 enlightens with intimate knowledge of Hendrick’s and the art of the martini! All libations complimentary. 25 May 4:15pm - 5:15pm £15 18+ C270

LIBRARY of DELIGHTFULLY Peculiar Writings Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

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HERE’S ONE I LIKE BH Soiree Rotary Brighton Little Theatre

32 Peacock Lane 31 G1 Ranging from growing up to imaginary worlds; telling stories to lyrical and love poetry; our favourite poems are mixed with music to create a show that everyone can enjoy. www.the-little.co.uk 19, 20 May 6:30pm - 8:45pm £8.50 (£7.50) C201

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Brighton Little Theatre 34 H8 Ranging from growing up to imaginary worlds; telling stories to lyrical and love poetry; our favourite poems are mixed with music to create a show that everyone can enjoy. www.the-little.co.uk 12 May 7:45pm - 10pm £6 (£5) C220

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MAJOR JACK UNION’S VICTORIAN MONSTER-HUNTING TEA Presenting Major Jack Union (Kit Cox)

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Tasting Bandersnatch, Kelpies, Succubi - Jack hunts them all. Hear tales over afternoon tea! Deliciousness includes: Victoria’s Coronation Sandwiches and Jabberwock Cheesecakes. BookGuild publishes ‘How to Bag a Jabberwock’. Ages 12+ www.bookguild.co.uk 26, 27 May 4pm - 5pm £10

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MORE LIVES THAN ONE - OSCAR WILDE Dear Conjunction Theatre Co.

St Margaret’s Church 242 O10 Spoken word A dazzling, powerful show that explores the ambition, life and works of Wilde, exposing the unique, flawed genius that was Oscar. ‘Beautiful, literate from end to end’ Hairline Fringe, Edinburgh. www.dearconjunction-paris-theatre.com 17 - 20, 24 - 26 May 8:30pm - 9:40pm £10 (£8) £15

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JOYCED! Writer: Donal O’Kelly. Performer: Katie O’Kelly

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Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Theatrical Nobody really understands Ulysses. But we can fathom the man behind the masterpiece. This award-winning onewoman show depicts 22 characters from Joyce’s wildest year: 1904. Expect chaos! Complimentary decadent libation. 24 - 27 May 8:45pm - 9:45pm £9 18+

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ONCE UPON A TIME IN BRIGHTON New Venture Theatre

New Venture Theatre 140 G8 Spoken word A night of live short fiction read by NVT actors. Send stories on the theme of ‘Brighton - Past, Present and Future’ 1500 words max, to brightonnewshound@hotmail. co.uk by 25th April. 25, 26 May 7:45pm - 10pm £6

KRAPP’S LAST TAPE SAMUEL BECKETT

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Pint and Play Play Productions

Lectern (The) 340 M3 Theatrical Brighton based, Pint and Play Productions, Present Aidan Stephenson as Krapp in Samuel Beckett’s award-winning play . ‘Death is standing behind him and unconsciously he’s looking for it’. 25 May 8pm - 9pm £10 (£8) C271

PIGHOG ON THE FRINGE @ REDROASTER Pighog Press

Redroaster Coffee House 173 J9 Spoken word Poetry. fiction, performance, discussion. Different events at different venues. See the Pighog on the Fringe programme and website for details and tickets. www.pighog.co.uk 22 - 26 May 8pm - 10:30pm £10 (£6) (£45 (£26) Pighog

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Damian Barr, Jojo Moyes, Alex Prestin

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Spoken word Bestseller and former Independent journalist Jojo Moyes provides tears and controversy reading from ‘Me Before You’. In ‘The Revelations’ Alex Preston reveals the sinister world of The Course. Complementary decadent libation included. 24 May 6pm - 7pm £9

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LITERARY SALON: SJ WATSON SJ PARRIS

PIGHOG ON THE FRINGE BALI BRASSERIE Pighog Press

Bali Brasserie 118 D8 Theatrical Lifetime of Love. A dramatised adaptation of poems written over 70 years by Moss Rich for his wife. See Pighog on the Fringe programme and website for tickets and details. www.pighog.co.uk 4 - 6 May 4pm - 5:15pm £10 (£6) (£45 (£26) Pighog

pass for all Pighog on the Fringe events)

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Storytelling Prepare to be thrilled by two of the UK’s bestselling authors. Both SJs share a sense of tension which makes their books impossible to put down. Complimentary decadent libation included. 18 May 6pm - 7pm £9

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LUNA’S HISTORY OF MADNESS Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Funny From DIY electric shock machines to the Cold Water Cure: a poignant, personal and historical Keynote Comedy journey through the offbeat world of unconventional psychology complete with hands-on demonstrations. www.yvoluna.com 7 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm, 23 May 10pm - 11pm 18+

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PIGHOG ON THE FRINGE @ metrodeco Pighog Press

Metrodeco 465 L10 Poetry A series of FREE early evening launches and poetry events including Bernadette Cremin, Bob Walton, Hallucinated Horse and much more at Metrodeco - the UK’s only Parisian style tea salon. www.pighog.co.uk 22 - 25 May 6pm - 7pm FREE (£45 (£26) Pighog pass

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Yvo Luna Productions

£8 (£6.50) £5 students

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PIGHOG ON THE FRINGE: shed show Pighog Press

Bali Brasserie 118 D8 Theatrical Shedman (writer and poet John Davies) premieres his shed show based on ten years travelling round Britain with his shed. A funny, moving interactive journey including poetry, stories and sheds! www.pighog.co.uk / www.shedman.net 7 - 19 May 4pm - 5pm £10 (£8) (£45 (£26) Pighog pass

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Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

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PROFESSOR GEORGE RITZER: PUBLIC LECTURE University of Brighton

Asa Briggs Lecture Theatre 293 O1 ‘Is consumption the answer? Some sociological reflections on the current economic situation’. A public lecture by George Ritzer, Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland. 23 May 6pm - 7:15pm Free C209

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Host: Hendrick’s British Ambassador, Duncan McRae

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Tasting Gin has come far from days of Hogarth. This rare opportunity to taste the constituent distillates of the award-winning Hendrick’s Gin will surprise and delight novice and aficionado alike. 21, 24 May 2pm - 4pm £9

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RATTLE TALES Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Spoken word Brighton’s finest writers read their stories and then you get to have your say. We even provide rattles so you can make some noise. Loud rattling fun! www.rattletales.org 14 May 8:15pm - 10:30pm £4 C24D

Blank Productions

Old Police Cells Museum 199 J9 Live music In a grim mythic underworld beneath Brighton Town Hall, a character is intent on escape. Text by Mark Hewitt. Music by Peter Copley. Eccentric audiovisuals. A raw, compelling psychotic journey. www.mchblank.co.uk/ 9 - 11 May 6:30pm - 8pm £10 C299

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THE LAST TUESDAY SOCIETY: CROWLEY CINEMATOGRAPHY Hosted by Blondie member Gary Lachman

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Talk Satanist, magician and muse? Aleister Crowley cast a spell on popular horrors like The Devil Rides Out. We reveal the Great Beast’s silver screen impact. Features rare clips. Complimentary libation. www.thelasttuesdaysociety.org 18+

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THE LAST TUESDAY SOCIETY: REVELLER’S DIGEST Hosts: Suzette Field and David Piper

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Storytelling What do Austen, Dostoevsky, Jackie Collins and Plato have in common? They all wrote about parties. Suzette Field presents the history of famous fictional festivities as detailed in her book. www.thelasttuesdaysociety.org 22 May 6:30pm - 7:30pm £10

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Strange Attractor,The Ragged Ragtime Band

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Film A rare screening of Rex Ingram’s silent film, based on Somerset Maugham’s novel, with live accompaniment by the Ragged Ragtime Band, featuring author and Blondie member Gary Lachman. Complimentary libation. www.thelasttuesdaysociety.org 18+

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THE STORY SURGERY WITH SUSANNAH WATERS In Conjunction With New Writing South

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Seminar You’ve got a great book idea-maybe even a manuscript. In this one-to-one hour long session Susannah Waters works exclusively with you on your writing. See web listing for full details. 23 May 12pm - 1pm, 1pm - 2pm, 2pm - 3pm £35

STORIES WITH TEA Lynn Ruth Miller

Latest Music Bar 95 K9 Storytelling Lynn Ruth Miller’s tales show you how to discover the magic in all our lives, filled with laughter and tears, seasoned with an unvarnished dose of reality. www.lynnruthmiler.com 6, 13, 20, 27 May 4pm - 4:50pm £6 Includes tea and biscuits 15+ 241 C292

STUFFING PETER RABBIT Prepared and Presented by Lee Paton

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Storytelling Celebrated taxidermist Lee Paton retells the tale of Peter Rabbit, bringing one very dead rabbit back to life, happily ever after. No animals were harmed. Strong-stomached adults only. Complimentary libation. www.leepaton.tumblr.com 18+ C25A 19 May 3pm - 4pm £9

THE BATTLE OF THE TREES Christine Cooper

Latest Music Bar 95 K9 Solo show A storm rages; a child is born; an ancient secret uncovered; a power evoked. Be drawn into a darkly beautiful world of tangled trees by powerful storytelling with live music. www.christinecooperartist.tumblr.com/BoT 22 May 7pm - 8:30pm C265

THE CHARLES DICKENS LITERARY CABARET! Presented by Scary Little Girls

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Storytelling Adjust your cravat, heave your bosoms and set your expectations to great for frolics with Dickens and his classic creations. Discover the man behind the beard! Complimentary decadent libation included. www.scarylittlegirls.co.uk C250 17 - 20 May 10:15pm - 11:15pm £9 18+

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THE UNQUIET DEAD Matthew Bellwood

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Storytelling Storyteller Matthew Bellwood returns to Brighton Fringe with a trio of spooky stories, and a brace of ghostly ballads. Featuring classic tales by MR James and E Nesbit. www.somestories.co.uk 5 - 7 May 1pm - 2pm £8 (£6.50) £5 students 15+ 241 C277

VERSE & VERSUS: POETRY SLAM! Hosted by Chris Parkinson

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings 484 J8 Poetry You are the future of poetry! Perform your lovingly-crafted verse. Maximum Length: 3 minutes. Prize: £100. Entry £5 including a decadent libation or FREE if you bring a poem. 21 May 7pm - 9pm £5 (Entry is free on the door if an 18+ attendee brings a poem) C260

WORDJAM FRIDAYS New Writing SouthThe Writers Place

Writers Place (The) 302 J8 Spoken word 4 May: Dean Atta’s dining experience,Come Rhyme With Me. 11 May: Paul Lyalls’ Express Excess. 18 May,Justin Coe’s Don’t Feed the Poets. 25 May,Rosy Carrick’s Hip-Hop happening. www.newwritingsouth.com 4, 11 ,18, 25 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £8 (£6) 4 May show

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Pavilion Gardens Cafe An Oasis in the Heart of the City

Supports Brighton Fringe

Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

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Chapel Royal (The) 46 J9 Classical After a sell-out appearance at the 2011 Fringe, Music 4 Cello returns with a fresh programme of cello quartets including pieces by Emanuel Moor and contemporary composer James Hesford. 9, 23 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £12 (£8)

First Church of Christ, Scientist 305 G8 Classical Music for flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon and piano. A varied programme including the Poulenc Sextet and Mozart’s Great Quintet in E flat K452. 6 May 3pm - 4:30pm £10 (£6) Under 16s free C2B8

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AUBIN PRESENTS: BLUE ROSE CODE

A GERSHWIN SONG

Aubin & Wills

Max Gorman

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Jazz A celebration of Gershwin’s gift to us sublunary beings - those songs without which the world wouldn’t be the same. www.maxgorman.net 17 May 8pm - 9:15pm Donations

Aubin & Wills 258 I9 Folk Aubin & Wills presents. Come along and listen to an instore set from alt-folk group Blue Rose Code aka Ross Wilson. Comprising of voices, guitars, banjo & fiddle. www.aubinandwills.com 17 May 7pm - 9pm Free

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AFRICA UNITE 2012

BACH AND BEETHOVEN

African Night Fever

Komedia 105 J8 Live music A cross-cultural music journey in the heart of Brighton from the African diaspora. Live sets from: Ozi Ozaa: Tropical Afro Beat; Grupo Lokito: Afro-Cuban vibes blending Congolese Rumba with Salsa. www.africannightfever.com 18 May 8pm - 1am £12 (£10) C2DC

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Canticle Chamber Choir

The Pastores Ensemble

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Classical Lute, mandolin and viols join to feature European Early Music. The concert will also include some new works by Robert Carrington. PastoresEnsemble.org.uk 12 May 7:30pm - 9:20pm £9 (£7) C2BA

AFTERNOON RECITAL WITH HELEN BURFORD Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Classical Outstanding young pianist, Helen Burford, returns to Brighton Fringe with a programme of classical and contemporary solo piano music, including works by Bach, Brubeck, Kapustin and Khachaturian. 6 May 3pm - 4:10pm Doors open at 2.45pm £9 (£6) C2BE

St Paul’s Church 201 I9 Classical Canticle Chamber Choir sing Bach Mass in B Minor. Conductor James Lloyd Thomas, Orchestra Leader Christian Roberts-Lewis. www.canticlechamberchoir.org 19 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm

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BACH SONATAS AND PARTITAS Music at Saint Michael’s

St Michael & All Angels Church 191 H7 Classical The six great works for unaccompanied violin. Benedict Cruft - violin. saintmichaelsbrighton.org 5, 6 May 7:30pm - 9:15pm £12 (£10) £8 Friends of

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ANGELIC MUSIC

BACH, BEETHOVEN, BRAHMS & BELLINI

Rachel Hayward and Helen Hankey

Preston Old Church 267 I2 Classical After previous years’ sell out concerts, award-winning steel drum soloist Rachel Hayward returns to this beautiful venue to perform classical greats with harp virtuoso Helen Hankey. www.steelpan.co.uk 27 May 2:30pm - 3:30pm £5 (£3) C2F2

St Michael & All Angels Church 191 H7 Classical The Kreutzer Sonata by Beethoven and Violin Sonata by Bach. Ellie Blackshaw, Violin. Raija Walker, Piano. saintmichaelsbrighton.org 5 May 1:15pm - 2:15pm

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St Michael & All Angels Church 191 H7 Classical Bach: Aria Variata Alla Maniera Italiana. Beethoven: 6 variations Op.34. Bach/Brahms: Study for left hand after the Chacone. Bellini: Coda in G Minor. Deltcho Delchev, Piano. saintmichaelsbrighton.org 5 May 1:15pm - 2:15pm £5 C2C2

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Zaza Music

Brighton Organists’ Association

Concorde 2 2 M10 An inspired blend of international beats, pulsating rock, hipster world music flourish and zeitgeist intelligent protest, BBB are a vital, transcendent band at the height of their powers. zazamusic.co.uk 18 May 7pm - 10pm £14

St Bartholomew’s Church 185 J6 Organ recitals in St Bartholomew’s Church 1.10pm: May 8: Alastair Macfadyen. May 15: Nicholas Houghton. May 22: John Burdett. 8, 15, 22 May 1:10pm - 1:55pm Free C305

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Old Bank (The) 485 M10 Jazz Magdalena Reising & the Blue Cafe Jazz. Enchanting jazz with haunting vocals and harp of Magdalena with Steve Thompson, bass, and Terry Seabrook, piano. New York Review ***** ‘Glorious, subtle magic’ www.theoldbankkemptownbrighton.com

St Bartholomew’s Church 185 J6 Classical Popular British classics including Walton’s magnificent ‘Crown Imperial’, Handel’s electrifying Zadok the Priest, Chilcott’s uplifting ‘Requiem’, and Rutter’s ‘British Folksongs’ - performed in a special candlelit performance. 12 May 9pm - 10pm £14 (£10) 241 C2CF

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Old Bank (The) 485 M10 Jazz Quinto play the rhythms of Brazil and Cuba with a jazzy vibe. Raul D’Olivera (trumpet, vocals & percussion), Sam Glasson (drums) & Terry Seabrook (keys). Very entertaining & very lively. www.theoldbankkemptownbrighton.com

BrooksFest 154 1E Performance art BrooksFest Festival of Performing Arts. Dance, burlesque, comedy, cabaret, music, drama, alternative, street arts, dance competitions, workshops. Long weekend camping in the beautiful river valley. Come and take part. www.brooksfest.co.uk 1 - 4 June 9am - 9pm £15 - £65, day tickets available,

27 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £10

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BARB JUNGR SINGS BOB DYLAN Man In The Long Black Coat

Komedia 105 J8 Possibly our best interpreter of Dylan’s songs’ (Billy Bragg) ‘Casually virtuosic’ (The Guardian) ‘I just hope Dylan himself has a listen and starts writing for her direct.’ (The Observer) www.barbjungr.com 9 May 8pm - 10pm

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BOOGIE WOOGIE TROOP Boogie Troop

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Blues Good time blues piano grooves. Led by local virtuoso Matthew Gest, the troop swings and shuffles along, breaking into rock and roll classics and the occasional rag along the way. www.boogietroop.com 25 May 8pm - 11pm £10 (£8)

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BRIGHTON COLLEGE CHORAL SOCIETY FESTIVAL CONCERT Brighton College

St George’s Church 186 N10 Classical Brighton College’s programme includes Bruch’s violin concerto, soloist Teddy Truneh, 6th former, and the College’s Choral Society perform Brahms’s German Requiem, soloists Soprano Elizabeth Brice and Bass Richard Niblett. www.brightoncollege.net 9 May 7pm - 9pm £12 (£6)

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BRIGHTON GAY MEN’S CHORUS: GUILTY TREASURES Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus

St Nicholas Church 192 I8 Live music Join the Chorus in their search for the ultimate gay song. Why do some songs cry out to our inner divas? www.brightongmc.org 4, 5 May 7:30pm - 10pm £12 (£10) C2F8

BRIGHTON GOES GOSPEL: POWER OF DREAMS Brighton Goes Gospel

Hove Town Hall 315 D7 Vocal Inspired by the 2012 Olympic Games, this community gospel choir promises to deliver an energising and uplifting mix of contemporary and traditional gospel music feeding your soul, whatever your beliefs. www.brightongoesgospel.org.uk 12 May 7pm - 10:30pm £9 (£7) £5 children under 12 C2CD

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CAJUN ZYDECO PARTY II The Cajun Dawgs & Friends

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Live music The Cajun Dawgs return to the Brunswick with their Cajun, zydeco, blues and swamp rock’n’roll party. Learn to 2-step with Cajun dance workshop and expect surprise guests. cajunrockers.com 19 May 8:30pm - 11pm £8 C2C1

CARMEN Impact Opera

Old Market (The) 145 F8 Opera Vibrant new production, performed by an ensemble of 14 singers and dancers and 14 musicians, who boldly breathe new life into this glorious musical masterpiece. Sung in English and Spanish. www.impactopera.co.uk/ 21 May 3pm - 5:20pm & 7:30pm - 9:50pm £15 C2E6

CHORAL CONCERT, SAINT MICHAEL’S CHOIR Music at Saint Michael’s

St Michael & All Angels Church 191 H7 Classical Saint Michael’s Choir with Esther Ward-Caddle on cello. Includes The Fourth Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis by Michael Finnissy and Missa Brevis in D by Benjamin Britten. saintmichaelsbrighton.org 13 May 6pm - 7:15pm £5 C2D1

CONTEMPORARY CLASSICAL MUSIC With ELECTRONICS Kluster Ensemble

St Andrews (The Church by the Sea) 198 F8 Contemporary Contemporary avant garde classical music with electronics performed by Andi Spicer, Paul Sharma, David Stubbs and the Kluster Ensemble 5 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £5 C2FB

COPPERDOLLAR: THE BACK OF BEYOND Copperdollar

Blind Tiger Club (The) 257 K8 Interactive Award-winning cabaret, Brighton Fringe 2009. Copperdollar is an immersive experience, a celebration to join in. With rocking sounds and dance that will leave your bones aching for more. www.copperdollar.co.uk 18 - 20 May 8pm - 2am £10 (£8) Main event 9pm - Midnight 18+ C197

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Music at Saint Michael’s

St Michael & All Angels Church 191 H7 Classical Vivaldi: Four Seasons, Dvorak: Serenade for Strings, Piazzola: Libertango, Barber: Adagio. www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org 12 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm

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Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Folk Liverpool bred, Brighton based singer/songwriter Rosi Lalor performs songs from her upcoming album. Heartfelt, hard-won songs about learning to blossom. Audience members are kindly asked to bring their favourite flower. www.myspace.com/rosilalor 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 May 8pm - 9:30pm, 5, 6, 7 May 2pm - 3:30pm £10 (£8) 241 C2A3

CUBANA BOP PLAY WEST SIDE STORY

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Cubana Bop

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Live music Steve Plews, Vladimir Miller, Clare Hammond and Clare James play jazz, classical works and original compositions. Expect a diverse and exciting range of individual playing styles from these four pianists. www.ascrecords.com

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Jazz Terry Seabrook’s Cubana Bop with a fresh Latin Jazz take on the music from West Side Story. With six musicians plus singers, the show features original compositions after the interval. www.cubanabop.com 23 May 8:15pm - 11pm £15 (£12) C2A9

19 May 2pm - 5pm £10 (£8)

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FRINGE CLUB

DAVE STEWART

Otherplace Productions

Dave Stewart

Brighton Unitarian Church 39 J8 Contemporary If you’ve been searching and waiting for a concert full of beautiful music - this is it! Also playing Grace Eyre Theatre and Friends’ Meeting House. www.Davestewartuk.com 19 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £8 (£6) C2A1

Warren (The) 58 I9 Variety Continue your Brighton Fringe evening at our latenight show. Music from Brighton’s finest bands and a bar that won’t break the bank. For full listings see www.warrenvenue.com 7, 15, 16, 23, 24 May 10pm - Midnight, 21 May 8pm Midnight, 27 May 9:30pm - Midnight £3.50 (£2.50) C304

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DIALOGUES KuraBiz

FRINGE FESTIVAL BUZZ PARTY

Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 Live music An evening of fresh, original jazz-based compositions from this cosmopolitan group of first-class musicians. An acoustic blend of sensitive melodies, sumptuous harmonies and jazz grooves creating captivating musical conversations and dynamic landscapes.

Buzz Party

20 May 8pm - 10:30pm £8 (£7)

17 May 8pm - 11pm £4

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Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Contemporary Previously hosted the MTV brand new UK 2012 BUZZ PARTY as a huge success. BUZZ PARTY are back for another helping! The hottest local new music. Headline ELIJAH MC. www.elijahmc.co.uk C2BF

EDANA MINGHELLA

GARGARIN SANG A HYMN IN SPACE

Edana Minghella

Vladimir Miller

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Live music A rising talent with a voice of ‘raw power and emotional intensity’, Edana launched her debut album to a packed Brunswick last December. Expect sultry jazz, swing and dirty blues. www.edanaminghellajazz.com

Redroaster Coffee House 173 J9 Jazz Led by pianist Vlad Miller, this quartet with saxes, drums and bass interpret the music of Mussorgsky and Satie, and play original compositions that refer back to historical Russian culture. www.vladimirmiller.co.uk

13 May 8pm - 11pm £9 (£7)

10 May 7:30pm - 11pm £10

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FADO WITH CLAUDIA AURORA

GIULIANI FLUTE AND GUITAR MUSIC

Claudia Aurora

Benavente Duo

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Live music Porto-born singer/songwriter Claudia Aurora enraptures with the spine-tingling emotion of her powerful, mournful Fado torch songs. Her extraordinary voice gives the soaring sound of Portugal unique dramatic expression. www.claudia-aurora.com 26 May 8:30pm - 11pm £14 (£12)

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GOLDBERG VARIATIONS - PIANO (RACHEL FRYER)

FANTASTICUS

Music and Wine at St. Luke’s

Les Brûlants

Green Door Store 463 j7 Rock Kick-ass French rock band, echoing like Velvet Underground, Tom Waits, Zappa, Fela... Touring in Brighton 14th-22nd, check the website! Successful mix of rock rage, percussion fever, jazz sweetness. Unmissable! www.fantasticus.fr 18 May 8:30pm - Midnight Free

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St Luke’s Church - Queens Park 235 M7 Classical This concert provides a rare opportunity to hear Bach’s extraordinary Goldberg Variations, lasting 90 minutes, played in their entirety by popular local pianist Rachel Fryer. Includes pre-concert talk at 7.30pm. www.stlukesconcerts.webeden.co.uk 11 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £6 (£4)

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Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Blues DJ Greame Miall playing roots music & live performances from some of the finest roots musicians Brighton has to offer: King Size Slim, The East Brighton Rhythm & special guests. www.kingsizeslim.com 24 May 8pm - 11pm £8 C2EA

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Classical Music for flute and guitar by the famous 19th century guitar virtuoso, Mauro Giuliani, played by Clare Beesley and Peter Lay on instruments of the period. www.benavente.org.uk

St Nicholas Church 192 I8 Classical The Third Guitar Masters Series at the wonderful St Nicholas Church brings the best guitarists to town each Thursday. Marco Ramelli (10th) Francisco Antonio - flamenco (17th) Ian Watt (24th). guitars-maestosomusic.com 10, 17, 24 May 7:45pm - 9:45pm £12 (£9) Free interval

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HANDEL’S ODE FOR SAINT CECILIA’S DAY

JANE BOM-BANE’S HOUSE

FCCS Brighton and Hove

Bom-Bane’s and She Bakes

First Church of Christ, Scientist 305 G8 Classical The Concert Choir and Soloists perform Handel’s Ode for Saint Cecilia’s Day and other works. 13 May 4pm - 6:30pm

Bom-Bane’s Music Cafe 51 K9 visual arts Climb the narrow staircase to the many rooms above Bom-Bane’s Cafe to uncover the musical, mechanical & magical delights that await you there. Then enjoy afternoon tea or dinner downstairs. www.bom-banes.co.uk 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 2pm onwards. Mini-tour & afternoon tea. £10 (£5 children, £25 family of 4) 5, 10, 11, 12, 17 - 19, 24 -26 May All evening from: 7pm, 8pm, 9pm. Mini-tour & dinner. £20 (£10 children, £50 family of 4) See website

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HAUNTED VOICES Ellen Southern and Ensemble

Knoyle Hall 379 H2 Contemporary Enter an atmospheric world of vocal harmonies in this intimate programme of entrancing new music, weaving together 7 female voices, pitched wine glasses, flute, double bass, guitar and visual projection. ellensouthern.co.uk 26 May 5pm - 6:30pm Donations C2B7

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HEATHER CAIRNCROSS WITH DAVID NEWTON Heather Cairncross

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Jazz David Newton, ten times winner Best Pianist (British Jazz Awards) is joined by internationally acclaimed songstress Heather Cairncross for an evening of songs taken from their new album At Last! www.heathercairncross.com 27 May 8pm - 10:30pm £10 (£8)

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HEAVENLY HARPS St Mary’s Church 364 L9 Classical An early evening concert of relaxing, romantic music. Andrew Ballantyne and Magdalena Reising will enchant with a varied selection of pieces arranged for two concert harps. Classical, traditional and popular. www.abharpist.co.uk / www.magdalenareising.com 15 - 17 May 6pm - 7pm £6

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HEAVY LOAD PRESENT WILD THINGS 2012 Heavy Load and Stay Up Late

Old Market (The) 145 F8 Rock Brighton’s punk film stars return to premiere new Wild Things CD, a worldwide showcase of learning disabled musicians. ‘The most important punk band playing in the UK today’ Sunday Times. www.heavyload.org 22 May 7:30pm - 11pm £5 (£3) Carers go FREE 15+

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JAZZ JAM AT THE BRUNSWICK Brunswick Jazz Club

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Jazz Brighton’s premier Jazz Jam. The Brunswick Jazz Club’s house band play with gifted amateurs and regular unannounced world class soloists. Music lovers come down for jazz and excellent food. www.brunswickpub.co.uk 8, 15, 22 May 8:30pm - 11:30pm Free C2A0

JAZZ SMUGGLERS PLAY GERSHWIN AND FRIENDS Jazz Smugglers Band

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Jazz Jazz Smugglers play the liquid, smooth, elegant, exquisite sounds of cool swinging jazz. Songs by the most brilliant composers, George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, Richard Rodgers, Duke Ellington. www.jazzenthusiasts.com 6 May 7:30pm - 10pm £10

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JUBILEE GEM OF SOLOS AND DUETS Music at Saint Michael’s

St Michael & All Angels Church 191 H7 Classical Benjamin Britten’s, ‘Abraham and Isaac’, a wonderfully dramatic and touching account of the story depicted in the Chester Mystery Plays. Jane Money: Mezzo-Soprano, Anthony Hawgood: Tenor, Nicola Grunberg: Piano. saintmichaelsbrighton.org 18 May 7:30pm - 9:15pm £12 (£10) £10 Friends

of Saint Michael’s & Friends of Music at Saint Michael’s. Children FREE C2DA KAZ SIMMONS Kaz Simmons

HILSER FLUTE CELLO PIANO TRIO: Hilser Trio

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Classical Popular Les Trois Rachels return to perform music from their new CD, Aquarelles, including Debussy, Fauré, Gaubert, Beethoven and Rachmaninov. Includes complimentary mouth-watering cake in a candlelit cafe setting. www.rachelsmithflute.co.uk 18 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £10 (£8 Under 18s)

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Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Jazz Kaz and her trio will perform songs from her critically acclaimed album, Dandelions, which interweaves Latin classical guitar styles with jazz, pop and folk influences, and a little psychedelia. www.kazsimmons.com 7 May 8pm - 11pm £8 (£6)

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LETTERS TO PARIS. AMBROSE PAGE, PIANO Music at Saint Michael’s

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J S BACH: CELLO SUITES Music at Saint Michael’s

St Michael & All Angels Church 191 H7 Classical Six great works for unaccompanied ‘cello. Saturday: Suites 1, 2 & 6, Sunday: Suites 3, 4 & 5. Pavlos Carvalho saintmichaelsbrighton.org 26, 27 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £12 (£10) £10 Friends

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St Michael & All Angels Church 191 H7 Classical Piano music of French female composer Cecile Chaminade (1857-1944). With narrative describing Chaminade’s life and thoughts, heard through exchange of letters with fictitious Parisian female admirer. saintmichaelsbrighton.org 12 May 1:15pm - 2:15pm £5

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J S BACH: GOLDBERG VARIATIONS Music at Saint Michael’s

HM The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

St Michael & All Angels Church 191 H7 Classical A rare opportunity to hear Bach’s extraordinary Goldberg Variations. The Variations last 90 Minutes. Played tonight in their entirety by popular local pianist Rachel Fryer. Includes pre-concert talk. saintmichaelsbrighton.org 20 May 6pm - 7:50pm £12 (£10) £10 Friends of Saint

BRITISH Candlelit Classics

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Chapel Royal (The) 46 J9 Classical Brahms Masterpieces. Two Cello Sonatas, two Clarinet Sonatas and String Quartet in C minor. Jessica Burroughs (cello) Julian Jacobson (piano) Steve Dummer (clarinet) Yoko Ono (piano) St Paul’s String Quartet. lccr.org.uk

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Live music Winner of Brighton Music Award’s Best Solo Artist 2010 returns to Fringe at the Brunswick for the 3rd year, bringing some of Brighton’s best musical talent with him. www.pauldiello.com

8, 15, 22 May 1:10pm - 2pm £2.50

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MILESTONES PLAY TO THE SILENT SCREEN Terry Seabrook’s Milestones

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Jazz A silent movie classic screened with a new jazz score by Terry Seabrook & performed by Milestones (Alan Barnes, Spike Wells, Ian Price, Graeme Flowers, Paul Whitten) www.milestonesjazz.co.uk 14 May 7pm - 8:45pm, 9:15pm - 11pm £15 (£12) C2AA

MOVIN’ MELVIN BROWN - SOUL TO SOUL

PET SOUNDS V SGT. PEPPER St George’s Church 186 N10 Back by overwhelming demand, this show recreates live on stage, the two seminal studio albums of the 1960s. This show is the musical experience of the fringe. www.brightonbeachboys.com 11 May 8pm - 10:30pm £15 (£25 joint ticket offer with

‘The 1969 show featuring Abbey Road’.) C2C8

PETER STRAKER’S BREL

Komedia 105 J8 Musical theatre “Spectacular - Electrifying performance!” - ArtsHub. Musical journey, Africa to America today, featuring songs by Otis, James, Ray Charles, Sam Cooke... Music, story, dance, tap, comedy. “Majestic, passionate, beyond belief” The List, Edinburgh**** www.movinmelvin.com 13 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £15 (£17.50 on the door)

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18 May 7:30pm - 11pm £10 (£8)

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MKG Productions

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Live music The British/Jamaican legend Peter Straker pays tribute to the brilliant Belgian singer/songwriter Jacques Brel in a multimedia show that spans Brel’s life and incorporates a host of his songs. www.peterstraker.com 14 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm, 15, 16, 18 May 7pm - 8pm, 19 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm £12 (£9)

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MOZART CORONATION MASS

PIANO RECITAL BACH AND BEETHOVEN

Roedean School

Raija Walker

Roedean Chapel 175 O10 Mozart’s Coronation Mass will be performed by the Roedean community musicians. The programme includes Schumann’s Piano Concerto and Beethoven’s Romance in G major for violin. www.roedean.co.uk 5 May 4pm - 5:15pm Free but ticketed

First Church of Christ, Scientist 305 G8 Classical Lunchtime piano recital by Raija Walker. Works by Bach; Italian Concerto and Beethoven Opus 109 in E and Opus 110 in A flat. 5 May 1pm - 2pm Donations C2B1

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POLYPHONY IN ST BARTS WITH BCV

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BREMF Consort of Voices

NWfA Records and The Druids Arms

St Bartholomew’s Church 185 J6 A Cappella Following the success of ‘Polyphony Through Space’ at BREMF 2011 the choir returns to the resonance of St Barts with more glorious 16th-century polyphony, including music by Josquin and Rore. www.bremf.org.uk 7 May 7:30pm - 9:40pm £12 (£10)

Druids Arms, (The) 353 K6 Rock A free three day post rock festival at the Druids Arms. Celebrating the best post rock/shoegaze/math and soundscape artists. Mega outdoor music stage on The Level 26th May! www.nwfafestival.co.uk 25 - 27 May 8pm - Midnight Free 18+

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NICK PYNN WITH KATE DAISY GRANT

QUEEN’S DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATORY CONCERT

Nick Pynn with Kate Daisy Grant

Sussex Chorus

Old Market (The) 145 F8 Folk Award-winning one-man orchestra Nick Pynn brings his acclaimed ‘avant-folk’ to Brighton Fringe, joined by toyfolk-pop singer-songwriter Kate Daisy Grant. ‘A magical find in the night **** ‘ Scotsman; ‘Mesmerising’ Clash www.nickpynn.com

St Bartholomew’s Church 185 J6 Classical A patriotic concert to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Music to include National Anthem; Mozart: Coronation Mass; Handel: Coronation Anthems; Parry: I Was Glad; Walton: Orb and Sceptre.www.sussexchorus.org

15 May 8pm - 10:30pm £8.50 (£7)

26 May 7:30 - 10pm £15 (£12)

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ROCKSTEADY TEA PARTY

O FRABJUOUS DAY

Troubadour C H Foundation & Urbanflo

Cosmo Sheldrake

Hove Town Hall 315 D7 Dance music A chance to reminisce to the sound of Rocksteady music, with a tea dance, live music, DJs and a short film that reflects on the music that influenced a generation. rocksteadyteaparty.wordpress.com 20 May 5pm - 10:30pm £10 (£7) £28 Family ticket

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Absurdist A nonsensical musical expedition, from frolicking with the jabberwocky, drinking tea with the snark to feasting with the raven. A multi-intrumental celebratory mash-up featuring Ben Macfadyen, Luke Deane and Cosmo. 19 May 10pm - 11pm £6 (£5)

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PATTI PLINKO

RONALD CORP’S ‘DHAMMAPADA’

Patti Plinko

The London Chorus

Warren (The) 58 I9 Jazz Sneering seductive vocals flirt amongst the sounds of dirty jazz, gypsy folk and European chanson. Twisted guitars, violins, beaten pots and whisky bottles to experiments in vinyl & sound. ‘Unmissable!’ (Time Out) www.pattiplinko.com 5 May 10pm - 11:15pm £10 (£9)

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St Bartholomew’s Church 185 J6 A Cappella Dhammapada: A choral piece of exceptional beauty and spirituality, a collaboration between Ronald Corp and Buddhist writer, Francis Booth. Dhammapada means ‘the path to the truth’, the Buddha’s key message. www.londonchorus.org.uk/Dhammapada 5 May 7pm - 8:15pm £9

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SKA KESTRA

THE 1969 SHOW FEATURING ABBEY ROAD

Ska Toons

Brighton Beach Boys/Psychedelic Love Orchestra

Concorde 2 2 M10 Jazz The epic Ska Kestra, after sellout gigs for 4 years, Ska Toons presents their 20-piece big band. Old-skool ska, funk and soul. Expect paint-stripping solos and dancing. skatoons.co.uk 19 May 7pm - 10pm £12 (£8)

St George’s Church 186 N10 The amazing Brighton Beach Boys with the Psychedelic Love Orchestra are back with a spectacular show, performing the Beatles album, Abbey Road, along with many other classic songs from 1969. brightonbeachboys.com 12 May 2:30pm - 5pm & 8pm - 10:30pm £15, £25 joint

ticket offer with Pet Sounds v Sgt. Pepper.

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SOLOS AND DUETS Music at Saint Michael’s

St Michael & All Angels Church 191 H7 Classical Solos and duets sung by Susan Gilmour Bailey: Soprano, Alexandra Gibson: Mezzo-Soprano, Philip Adams: Organ 26 May 1:15pm - 2:15pm

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THE BLACK FIELDS + SUPPORT The Brunswick

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Blues ‘The Black Fields’ charm audiences with their gritty folkrock sound. ‘Rabbit Foot’ play African Grooves and Swamp Boogie Blues. With ‘Autumn & The Falls’ and ‘Delaney’. www.brunswickpub.co.uk 5 May 7:30pm - 11pm £6 (£5)

SONGS FROM MUSICALS AND THE BEATLES CURTAIN CALL CHOIR

Hove Methodist Church 9 A5 Musical theatre Fun evening of all your favourite songs from musical shows old to new, put together with everyone’s favourite Beatles’ songs. 26 May 7:15pm - 9:30pm

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SUSSEX SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: CSI OPERA Sussex Symphony Orchestra

St Bartholomew’s Church 185 J6 Opera Join the SSO for an evening of murder, mystery and ‘whodunnits’! Performing your classic operatic favourites, the orchestra will be joined by a host of world class soloists. www.ssomusic.co.uk 19 May 7:30pm - 9:45pm £15 (£10) £5 Children under

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TENOR HORN PIANO First Church of Christ, Scientist 305 G8 Len Hawkes, Matthew Sackman and Steve CarrollTurner perform Shumann’s Liederkreis, the Notturno for horn by F Strauss and music for tenor, horn and piano by Schubert and Britten. 26 May 7:30pm - 9pm £10 (£6) Children under 16 free C2B9

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THE BLUES CORPORATION LIVE! The Blues Corporation

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Blues The legendary, Brighton-based, nine-piece blues and soul band are back for one of their rare appearances. Frequently a sell-out so book ahead and don’t miss out! www.brunswickpub.co.uk 26 May 8pm - 11pm £10 (£9) C2AB

THE BRIGHTON JAZZ SUITE All Saints Church 7 D6 Jazz Paul Busby’s original Brighton Jazz Suite played by a 17-piece big band. www.scoredchanges.com 13 May 8pm - 10:30pm £10, £5 concession for

students, unemployed & musicians. C29C

THE FRENCH CONNECTION Brighton Chamber Choir

All Saints Church 7 D6 The Brighton Chamber Choir joins forces with the Lux Perpetua Choir of Paris. Durufle - Requiem, Vaughan Williams - Five Mystical Songs, Lauridsen - O Magnum Mysterium. www.brightonchamberchoir.org.uk 26 May 7:30pm - 10pm £10 (£5) Under 18s concession. C29D

THE FRETFUL FEDERATION MANDOLIN GUITAR ORCHESTRA The Fretful Federation Mandolin Orchestra

St George’s Church 186 N10 Live music Brighton’s own mandolin orchestra returns again with another sellout show. This year we have soloist Chris Slack performing the Vivaldi Mandolin Concerto. Contemporary compositions, classical, folk, heavy metal. Book early. www.mandolinorchestra.co.uk 241 C2E8 22 May 8pm - 10pm £10 (£8)

THE GYPSY PIANO TRIO Music at Saint Michael’s

St Michael & All Angels Church 191 H7 Classical Haydn: Gypsy Trio Rachmaninov: Sonata for cello & piano Smetana: Trio for piano, violin & cello Clara Biss, violin; Pavlos Carvalho, cello; Jakob Fichert, Piano. 19 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £12, (£10 Friends of Saint

Michael’s and Friends of Music at Saint Michael’s.) Children free C2DE THE IRON BOOT SCRAPERS SPEAKEASY The Iron Boot Scrapers

Old Market (The) 145 F8 Absurdist Those dapper daddies will be slumming it with the hoi polloi of Brighton, and eschewing classical fair for the traditional folk music of Lady Gaga, Metallica, and Jessie J. www.ironbootscrapers.com 16 May 8pm - 11pm £12 (£10) 15+ C2D7

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THE SOLDIER’S TALE

Zaza Music

Southern Winds Ensemble and Cabaret

Lewes Town Hall 334 O1 Live music An evening of music, fun and dancing for all ages. Starring top dance band with caller, support act, session in the bar and special guests. Real ale/bar/hot food. Dress country style! zazamusic.co.uk 12 May 7pm - 11pm £10 (£5) Family ticket £25

St Andrews (The Church by the Sea) 198 F8 Musical theatre

Stravinsky’s original touring theatre septet score played live with a theatrical performance of Ramuz narrated folk tale. southernwindsensemble 4 May 7:30pm - 9:15pm £12 (£8) £5 children under 16.

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THE MASTER BLUES BROTHERS

THE STUDIO 9 ORCHESTRA LIVE

Jive Monkey Theatre & Bar (The) 61 J9 Blues This year, The Master Blues Brothers present their fabulous revue at the Brighton Fringe for the first time. Including their special tribute to John Joliet Jake Belushi. Don’t miss it! www.masterbluesbrothers.com 25 May 9pm - 11pm £10

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Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Live music All star, 18-piece band plays an eclectic mix of arrangements by Charles Mingus, Maria Schneider, Gordon Goodwin and other contemporary jazz masters. www.studio9orchestra.com 20 May 3pm - 5pm £9 (£7)

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THE MOORS

THE SUSSEX HARMONISERS IN CONCERT

Reality Street

The Sussex Harmonisers

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Live music The Moors’ unique sound blends klezmer (with a hint of Sephardic roots), Balkan Gypsy music, Cuban rhythms and even English folk-rock. They are guaranteed to get you up and dancing. www.the-moors.com 6 May 8pm - 11pm £6 (£4)

Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 A Cappella The county’s own male barbershop chorus return to the Brighton Fringe following its successful appearance in 2011. An evening of close harmony singing of high quality. singbarbershopin sussex.com/sussexharmonisers/index.htm 5 May 8pm - 10pm £10 (£9)

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THE WIND THAT SHOOK THE BARLEY THE MOUNTAIN FIREWORK COMPANY The Mountain Firework Company

Komedia 105 J8 Acoustic The much loved alternative folk/bluegrass five piece return to Komedia to celebrate the release of their long awaited new album ‘The Lonesome Losing Blues’. www.themountainfireworkcompany.com/main.htm 16 May 9pm - 11pm £10 (£7) 18+

ELAL Productions

Hannah House 490 F8 Live music A potted history of Irish rebellions & famine in song, poetry & drama presented by Alan Felton, Vivien Moore & Tim Roycroft - a wealth of sing-able ballads. Victorian-Entertainment.com 16 - 18 May 6pm - 7:15pm £8 (£5) 15+

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The Ouse Valley Singles Club

Hannah House 490 F8 Live music Alan Felton & Mick Hamer present the songs & careers of Ray Noble & Jack Strachey two of the most popular song writers & musicians of the 1920s & 30s. Victorian-Entertainment.com 23 - 25 May 6pm - 7pm £8 (£5)

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Live music A singles club with a difference. Blending their own unique brand of folk/punk/skiffle with tragic tales of being single. You just might find the love of your life. www.myspace.com/theousevalleysinglesclub 4 May 7pm - 8pm, 22, 23 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm

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THREE BONZOS AND A PIANO

THE PEBBLE TRUST YOUNG ARTISTS’ PLATFORM

Three Bonzos And A Piano

The Pebble Trust

Komedia 105 J8 Live music Bonzo Dog Band originals Rodney Slater, Roger Ruskin Spear and Sam Spoons return with pianoman Dave Glasson for another night of unpredictable chaos and the launch of their new CD. www.threebonzosandapiano.co.uk

St Andrews (The Church by the Sea) 198 F8 Live music Some of our city’s most talented young people come together to bring you this evening of music and drama. Enjoy a glass of wine whilst watching tomorrow’s professionals. www.pebbletrust.org.uk 12 May 7:30pm - 9:15pm Free but ticketed C2CB

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THREE’S AN OPERA Opera Mayhem

THE PHOENIX CANTATA Artemis Arts

St Mary’s Church 364 L9 Classical The Phoenix Cantata by composer Helen Glavin is a new choral work of Sussex, inspired by iron, fire, myths, and nature. Musical Director John Hancorn leads the choirs and musicians. artemis-arts.co.uk 20 May 6pm - 7:30pm £10

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Little Bay Restaurant 244 I9 Opera Debbie, Thomasin and Toby are three talented singers. But Toby is mad and bad! Can Debbie and Tom restrain him? Watch them descend into Opera Mayhem as they try! 6 May 7pm - 9:30pm, 10 , 19, 25 May 7:30pm - 10pm

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VOCAL EXPLOSION CHOIR AT WOWO CAMPSITE

THE SHOW MUST GO ON

Vocal Explosion Choir

Actually Gay Men’s Chorus

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In a post war Parisian theatre bar, this story of love, laughter, betrayal and deceit unfolds to incredible voices in harmony, with guest soloists. Featuring favorite songs, old and new. www.actuallygmc.org 18, 19 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £10

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WoWo Campsite 304 O1 Vocal BBC: “Drawing influences from around the globe, an extraordinary sonic experience”. Blissful harmonies and powerful rhythm by roaring fires under starlight at WoWo campsite. Camping optional (contact WoWo). Deckchairs recommended! www.vocalexplosion.co.uk 19 May 8pm - 9pm £5

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Old Market (The) 145 F8 Live music Musical powerhouse, MJ Paranzino, and her three choirs - 200 voices in total- perform newly commissioned choral works, interspersed with well-loved classics, in a thrilling mutli-media concert. www.brightoncitysingers.co.uk 5 May 7:30pm - 9pm £8 (£6)

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VOODOO FUNK: KALAKUTA MILLIONAIRES PLUS SUPPORT

FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHT Dame Emma Kirkby and Friends St Nicholas Church Brighton

Voodoo Funk

Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Live music Upbeat Afro vibes with formidable 12-piece Voodoo Funk Orchestra Kalakuta Millionaires (‘Perfect’ - Mark Lamarr). Support from the exotically theatrical King Lagoon’s Flying Swordfish Dance Band and Voodoo Funk DJs. www.myspace.com/kalakutamillionaires 241 C2A7 11 May 8pm - 1am £10 (£8) 18+

WE-BOP’S A CAPPELLA CELEBRATION We-Bop Community Choir

Saturday 5 8-10pm The Musicians Body: Launch evenT Steve Reich, John Cage Friends Meeting House, Ship St.

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Sunday 6 5 & 8pm huLLaBaLoo coMMuniTy Quire A Candle (Amnesty International 50) Brighton Unitarian Church, New Rd. £12/£10 Saturday 12 4-5pm aLexander Waugh: WiTTgensTein’s LefT hand Talk including music for piano St Nicholas Church, Dyke Rd. £12/£10 Sunday 13 7.30pm Music and The deaf Dr Paul Whittaker OBE St Nicholas Church, Dyke Rd. £12/£10 Friday 18 7.30pm rohan de saraM Music for Cello St Nicholas Church, Dyke Rd.

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Saturday 19 4-5pm hoW To Be a heaLThy Musician Physiotherapist Drusilla Redman St Nicholas Church, Dyke Rd.

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Saturday 19 7.30pm frederic rzeWski Piano Recital: Legendary pianist & composer St Nicholas Church, Dyke Rd. £12/£10 Sunday 20 7.30pm PauL siLverThorne Viola (London Symphony Orchestra) Includes Shostakovich St Nicholas Church, Dyke Rd. £12/£10 Wednesday 23 7.30pm heLen reid Piano Recital: Debussy, Fauré, Satie Friends Meeting House, Ship St. £12/£10 Friday 25 7.30pm eMMa kirkBy & friends Jakob Lindberg, James Lisney Dowland, Stravinsky and Amy Beach St Nicholas Church, Dyke Rd. £18/£15 Saturday 26 7.30pm The TaceT enseMBLe St Andrews Church, Waterloo St, Hove.

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Sunday 27 3pm gaBrieL JosiPovici Infinity: The Story of a Moment Includes music by Scelsi St Andrews Church, Waterloo St, Hove. £12/£10 Sunday 27 7.30pm Pazzia coLLecTive + roThko chaPeL New Sussex Singers St Andrews Church, Waterloo St, Hove.

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WHAT ON EARTH? AND JUPITER! Brighton & Hove Music & Arts

St Bartholomew’s Church 185 J6 Classical Brighton Youth Orchestra perform an unequivocally eclectic programme with some of Earth’s most inspirational soloists & composters! McCrae, Villa-Lobos, Holst, Rachmaninov. bagpipes, guitar, piano, voice! www.bhmas.org.uk 13 May 5pm - 6:45pm £10 (£7) C2D0

WHITE MINK - ELECTRO SWING SPEAKEASY White Mink Productions Limited

Brighton Ballrooms 83 N10 Club night A Brighton phenomenom “taking clubland by storm” (Telegraph), White Mink turns the sounds and styles of the 1920s and 30s on their head and smuggles them into the 21st century. www.whitemink.co.uk 4 May 8pm - 2am £10

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WORSTED PERFORM CHAPOLOGY LIVE! Worsted

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Absurdist Worsted (pronounced ‘woostid’) perform their eccentric cult album ‘Chapology’ including ‘The Arts of Seduction and Hat Doffing’. “it made me laugh out loud. It’s truly original”. Julian Fellowes. www.worstedmusic.net 7 May 7:30pm - 9pm £10 (£9)

Saturday 5 6-7.30pm sing russian song! Polina Shepherd, Alexander Technique for voice with Alan Mars *Venue: FMH £12/£10 Thursday 10 5.45-9pm WaTsu WaTer shiaTsu Judy Fox Little Dippers Swim Centre, 40 Upper Gardner St.

St Andrews (The Church by the Sea) 198 F8 Vocal Brighton’s all-female a cappella choir will perform an uplifting set of jazz, gospel and pop classics. Expect exhilarating close harmonies sung with soul and passion. www.myspace.com/webopharmony

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Saturday 12 6-8.30pm Piano-yoga with Russian pianist GéNIA St Nicholas Church, Dyke Road. £12/£10 Wednesday 16 2-4pm aLexander TechniQue Carolyn Nicholls and Francesca Aldridge *Venue: FMH £10/£8 Thursday 17 2-4pm feLdenkrais MeThod Sabine Blackaby *FMH £10/£8

Worlds End 443 J5 Contemporary Songs about love, death, art, resiliance, grief, cynicism, spirituality, vulnerability, strength, doubt, music, hope, terror, genocide, apocalypse, hilarity, remorse, blood, tenderness, conflict, addiction, feelings, survival, sex, magic, power, laughter. www.brightonmusicians.co.uk 15+ C2FF 5 May 9pm - midnight Free

Monday 21 2.30-6pm PeTer feuchTWanger Piano MasTercLass *Venue: FMH £12/£10 Thursday 24 2-4pm shiaTsu Judy Fox *Venue: FMH

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Brunswick (The) 211 E8 Magic A demonstration of physical and mental phenomena unseen since the world’s most prestigious theatrical magicians a century ago. Sam Prior and Richard Sanders bring historic effects on to today’s stage. threeoak.co.uk 9 May 8:30pm - 10:30pm £8 15+ C432

New Venture Theatre 140 G8 Set in America’s deep South, Tennessee Williams’ classic tale tells a story of the struggle for human survival set against the corrosive forces of jealousy and despair. www.newventure.org.uk 5, 8 - 12, 15 -19 May 7:45pm - 10:30pm, 6, 13 May 2:30pm - 5pm £10

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ACTING FUNNY

Mayer and Martin

The Invisible Network of Acting

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Funny One serious actor, one flippant amateur and one classic Chekhovian drama collide in this hilarious and touching new comedy. ‘performed very well with lots of laughs’, Buxton Fringe Review 2011. www.fifteen-percent.co.uk 7, 8 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm £8.50 (£6.50) C390

Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Led by award-winning practitioners whose credits include associate artists at Chichester Festival Theatre, the show uses improvisation to involve audience volunteers in creating unique, spontaneous performances. Participation not compulsory. www.tin-of-a.com 12, 27 May 4pm - 5:30pm Donations

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A CHANDELIER IN MY KITCHENETTE Intraverse Productions

ALL FINGERS AND THUMBS

Regency Tavern (The) 82 H9 Devised Miss Diagnosis is turning 50 this year and is troubled by lost youth. Where will his hatred of short sleeved shirts, fantasies of fame, and desire for beautiful nails lead? intraverseproductions.com 8 - 12 May 7:30pm - 8:30pm £7.50 18+ 241 C394

by David Weedall. Second Impression Theatre

Lectern (The) 340 M3 Funny The daughter of a ruthless employer is held hostage by former staff, demanding a multi-million-pound ransom! Yet the oddball girl has plans of her own in this dark, unpredictable comedy. www.secondimpression.org.uk 16 - 19 May 9pm - 10:15pm £7.50 (£5.50) 15+

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Chyngton Youth Academy of Arts/Drama

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AND NO BIRDS SING

Warren (The) 58 I9 Funny A comic story of love, magic, tricks and twists, with colourful costumes and fabulous fantasy. A story of fairies, potions and ‘rude mechanicals’; a show that will entertain all ages. www.arts-academy.org.uk 26, 27 May 4:15pm - 5:30pm £8 (£6) C373

Strange Beast/Royal Pavillion and Museums

Booth Museum of Natural History 184 G4 Site-specific A seductive installation of specially created visuals, soundscapes and performance. Promenade around this eerie Victorian landmark, hear the fateful song of the feathered siren. As a bird, she haunted him... brighton-hove-museums.org.uk 17 - 20 May 7pm - 7:40pm & 8:15pm - 8:55pm & 9:30pm -

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Starring Bette Bourne and Paul Shaw

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 This unique partnership have been together offstage and on since the 70s. A whistle-stop tour of a life together exploring favourite scenes, obscure gems and others totally new. www.pinkfringe.org.uk 5, 6 May 7pm - 8pm, 12, 13 May 8pm - 9pm £10 (£8) C325

AND NOTHING TURNED ITSELF INSIDE OUT .dash

Warren (The) 58 I9 Multimedia A raucous love story about astrophysics. Praise for previous work: ‘A golden show’ (The Stage); ‘Theatre’s hip young things’ a prodigiously talented company’ (City Blog); OFFIE award shortlisted. www.dashtheatre.co.uk 5 - 7 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm £8 (£6) 241 C37F

A SMALL MUSEUM OF DISPLACED SEA The Karavan Ensemble

Dip Your Toe at Various Locations Physical theatre Between coast and sea, past and present, award-winning Karavan Ensemble carries the sea across Brighton in a reconstructed bathing machine immersed in dance, physical theatre, live music and gathered memories. dipyourtoe.co.uk 5 - 7, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 4pm - 5pm, 5 - 7, 19 & 20 May performances will take place at Old Steine Gardens, 12 & 13 May performances will take place at Churchill Square, 26 & 27 May performances will take place at Madeira Drive. Donations C1E8

ANTIGONE Theatre Rheo

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Physical theatre Antigone presents the moral conflict between Antigone and Creon: the Laws of Fate challenge a constructed democracy. Theatre Rheo crafts an intense, encompassing theatrical experience for both spectator and performer. www.theatrerheo.com C1FE 7, 8 May 7pm - 8pm Free 18+

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ANYWHERE THEATRE FESTIVAL Anywhere Theatre Festival

www.anywherefest.com Don’t waste time playing with your iPhone - go to www.anywherefest.com and watch theatre from around the world from wherever you are at the Anywhere Theatre Festival. www.anywherefest.com 10 - 19 May 8pm- 10pm Free C32C

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ARNOLD WESKER’S THE MISTRESS Otherplace Productions

Warren (The) 58 I9 Solo show Samantha is a fashion designer. Her lover is married. To her best friend. Nicola Haydn directs Jo Merriman in this exploration of guilt from one of our greatest living dramatists. www.otherplaceproductions.co.uk 26, 27 May 6pm - 7pm £10 (£8.50)

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ATTACK OF THE 50 FOOT WOMAN Croon Productions.

Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 Puppetry Live puppet performance. A terrifying encounter with a UFO; an adulterous scheme; a diamond. Will our heroine get her revenge? You bet. Hell hath no fury like a 50 foot woman scorned! www.croonproductions.blogspot.com 22, 24 May 7pm - 8pm, 23, 24 May 3pm - 4pm £8

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BALLOON Workshed Productions

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Comedy about a man who befriends a balloon by playwright and comedian Michael J Buchanan-Dunne, ’exceptionally clever writing’ (Three Weeks, 4* review),’ very, very funny’ (triple Perrier nominee Dan Antopolski). www.mozblog.tumblr.com 21 - 27 May 5:45pm - 6:45pm £5 (£3) 15+

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BIRDY The Hurly Burly & Circus Kinetica

Hurly Burly (The) 157 K7 Funny A fizzing, dark fairytale from The Hurly Burly’s theatre company with live music and physical mayhem. Mechanical magic from Circus Kinetica. Some shows with banquet. “vivacious and wildly funny” Annexe. familyfringe.co.uk 5, 12, 25, 26 May 6:30pm - 8pm, 25, 26 May 9pm 10:30pm £8 (£6) see website for Banquet details

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BLONDE POISON New Vic Productions

Old Market (The) 145 F8 Cruel killer, promiscuous lover: victim and persecutor. Stella Goldschlag, ’Blonde Poison’ to the admiring Gestapo, betrayed thousands of fellow Jews. Can she ever be released from her past? www.blondepoison.com 23, 24 May 8pm - 9:20pm £12 (£9)

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BLUEPRINT Zoo Indigo

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 In a humorous, moving and nostalgic performance, four performers telephone their mothers live via Skype video call, for a last goodbye as they face the apocalypse. It’s all for you. www.zooindigo.co.uk 25 May 7pm - 8pm, 26 May 5pm - 6pm £8.50 (£6.50) 15+

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BOOGALOO STU’S POP MAGIC Boogaloo Stu

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Funny Write and record your own song, accompanied by an allsinging all-dancing video, in this hilarious fast-paced show - within hours you can watch and download the results on the internet! pop-magic.com 3, 10, 17, 24 May 10pm - 11pm £8.50 (£6.50)

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Warren (The) 58 I9 horror Mind-Bending psychological thriller by Pulitzer-Prize winning playwright Tracy Letts. ‘Top Flight Craftsmanship’ (New York Times) ‘What Don’t You Know?’ warrenvenue.com 4 - 7 May 5:45pm - 7:05pm, 26, 27 May 7:30pm - 8:50pm

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Lacking direction in life? Come join the Cult of the Wrong. Part sermon, part celebration, part manual for living. Learn to live your life the Wrong Way! thetwowrongies.co.uk 6, 7 May 9:45pm - 10:30pm

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Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 ‘Dear Melanie, I’m committing suicide this evening’. Will death be Jean’s big adventure? This new one-woman show takes a darkly comic look at our hectic lives. uncoveredtheatre.blogspot.com 6 - 8 May 7pm - 8pm £8.50 (£6.50)

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Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Two short playlets set beside the sea. A heart-breaking exploration of a doomed mother/daughter relationship and confident Beryl and prudish Doris get a few surprises on an annual work outing. femmefataletheatrecompany.com 20 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm, 26, 27 May 4pm - 5pm

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CHÈRES AMIES La Compagnie du Cèdre

Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 Trois femmes que tout sépare, sauf leur amitié, aspirent à un week-end farniente et détente. Sophie, Angèle et Marie ne vont finalement trouver que névroses, mais l’humour l’emporte. www.iambicarts.com 7 - 9 May 7:30pm - 8:40pm

£10 (£8)

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DOCTOR FAUSTUS, THE IMAGINARIUM Tanglehead Productions

Happy Cell (The) 109 F6 Following award-winning production, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, Tanglehead returns with a version of Marlowe’s seventeenth century tale about a scholar who sells his soul to the Devil. www.tanglehead.co.uk 10 - 13, 18 - 20, 23 - 27 May 7:30pm - 10:30pm

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Lita Doolan

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Historical Brighton Blitz 1943. Parlour games during a blackout reveal fatal consequences for boarding school chums escaping evacuation. New play by Lita Doolan. (**** Whatsonstage for ‘Mary Blandy’s Gallows Tree’) web.me.com/lita.doolan/iWeb/Site/Blog/Blog.html 11 - 13 May 3pm - 3:50pm £9 (£7.50) £5 students 15+

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DOMESTIC BITS Lotta Quizeen presents

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Performance art Two artists, one hour of homely variety. Katie is Faking Baking and a culinary White Rabbit is making a Passion Stew. Join us for a delicious dip into something different. www.lottaquizeen.biz 4 - 6 May 5pm - 6pm £5 (£4) C37A

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CONNECTION UNSECURE: CONTINUE? RocketHeart Theatre

DOWN CAME THE RAIN

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Physical theatre Frankie and Charlie are entrapped within the security of their online existence. Frustrated by the constraints of their virtual worlds, dare they risk breaking out to experience a real relationship?

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COWARD AT SEA

Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 One stormy night. A shed load of money. The Raven Theatre Company presents this original allotment-based bank-robbing adventure following two friends in 1968 (weather permitting). www.raventheatrecompany.co.uk 16 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm, 17 May 9pm - 10pm, 18, 19 May 5:30pm - 6:30pm £8 (£6)

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Brighton Buddhist Centre 33 J8 A forgotten Coward classic, ’P&O 1930’, on stage for the first time in this one-man musical: ‘A rare gem evoking the genuine spirit of Noël Coward’ Michael Coveney, Daily Mail. www.michael-lunts.co.uk 18 - 20 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £9 (£7)

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EAST Moonlight Theatre

Latest Music Bar 95 K9 Physical theatre This show transports you to Berkoff’s East-End of London perfectly. The production is fast-paced, hilarious and hugely compelling and Berkoff’s script is simply ‘potty mouth poetry at its best’. www.bymoonlighttheatre.com 14, 15 May 9:30pm - 11:30pm £10 (£8) 15+

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FAULTY TOWERS THE DINING EXPERIENCE Interactive Theatre International

Thistle Hotel (The) 141 J9 Interactive This internationally acclaimed, pitch-perfect tribute to Fawlty Towers features all the best gags and a great meal. Just don’t mention the war! ‘A masterpiece of comic timing’ (Edinburgh Spotlight 2011). interactivetheatre.com.au 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 1:30pm - 3:30pm & 8:30pm -10:30pm. 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, 24, 25 May 8:30pm - 10:30pm £48.60 / £46.50 lunchtime shows.

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Warren (The) 58 I9 Live music Slip into the darkness with us for a music-fuelled cabaret of sin, seduction and song! A twisted re-telling of Goethe’s classic tale, orchestrated by a cast of actor-musicians. www.dumbwise.co.uk 22 - 25 May 8pm -9:30pm £12 (£10)

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FETISH KNIGHTS Magic3

Warren (The) 58 I9 Funny A star-studded cast brings to life Manchester men-only bar, ’Associates’. There are secrets inside this mysterious bar, but to find out what they are you’ll have to go in! www.fetishknghts.tv 3 May 8:30pm - 10:15pm, 4, 5, 6, 7 May 7:30pm - 9:15pm, 4 May 9:45pm - 11:30pm £15 (£14) £10 opening night 18+

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FEVER PITCH The Future Is Unwritten

Komedia 105 J8 Funny Adapted from Hornby’s best-seller, Fever Pitch digs deep into the mind of an Arsenal-obsessed football fan. It’s ninety minutes of fast, funny, exhilarating theatre.”A gem” The Observer 1 May 8pm - 10:15pm £14 (£12)

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Tumult In The Clouds

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 In uncompromising poetic street speak, Fleeto tells the how a Glasgow lad who joins a knife gang ultimately has to face the mother of the young man he murders. 16 - 20 May 7pm - 7:55pm £8.50 (£6.50) C348

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Dip Your Toe at New Road 117 J8 GreenandPleasantLand is an epic physical adventure, laced with live music, for audiences aged 10 upwards. Peculiar places, curious customs, bicycle-generators: join us on a quest for a happier, greener future. www.dipyourtoe.co.uk 19, 20 May 1pm - 1:40pm, 2:30pm - 3:10pm

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FOREVER 27 Post Script Productions

GROWING PAINS

Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Live music Forever 27; A one man, dark comedy with life, love and lust of an extraordinary gay man, in an average, straight world, living by the motto ‘Live fast, die young’. www.triciaetherton.co.uk 10 - 13 May 9pm - 10pm £8 (£7)

The Theatre Workshop Performing Arts School

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Brighton & Hove Senior School 49 G7 Exciting devised pieces performed by some of Sussex’s most exciting young talent. The focus is growing up and the issues teenagers have to cope with, often behind closed doors. www.thetheatreworkshop.com 10 - 12 May 5:45pm - 6:45pm & 7:30pm - 8:30pm £12

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Komedia Studio 106 J8 Storytelling Found Stories is a collection of short stories inspired by themes or topics that have interested the students. This year they aim to make you laugh, cry and jump! www.seafordhead.e-sussex.sch.uk 6 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm £5.50

Treason Productions

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Hanover Community Centre 91 L7 Musical theatre An hilarious, tongue-in-cheek musical tribute to the Hanover area of Brighton, otherwise known as Muesli Mountain. With original script by Treason Show founder Mark Brailsford, inspired by Passport to Pimlico. treasonshow.co.uk 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 8:30pm - 10:15pm

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FROM KABUL WITH LOVE Edina Husanovic

HARLOW’S MONKEYS

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Burlesque Edina and friends will entertain you on this journey from Bosnia to Kochi, with her mystical eyes, transparent veils, snakes and other funny stories about the occupation of our imagination. 5 May 5pm - 5:30pm £6 (£5)

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Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Contemporary An ageing academic knows everything about primates. But when a mysterious girl arrives in his office, his work is disrupted by marauding monkeys.”Terrific young group” (Guardian) www.2headedpigeon.co.uk 10 -12 May 7pm - 8pm £9 (£7.50) £5 student 15+

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HEAD FULL OF RED

Latest Music Bar 95 K9 Winnersof The Latest Best Theatre Performance Award, present Gogol ‘a riveting play uniting Richard Crane’s talents with Gogol & Nabokov’. Music, Nick Pynn. Designer, Romany Mark Bruce. Director, Faynia Williams. Unmissable.

VENUE 4 6C Absurdist A full-bodied dark red comedy. An art couple and business couple have dinner. Several bottles of red are imbibed as the housekeeper becomes odder in Andrew King’s new play. 11 - 14 May 8pm - 9:30pm £5 (£4)

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GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN Wired Theatre

1 Shakespeare Street 37 B5 Devised House for sale! But rooms evoke memories - the dog, handcuffs, gentlemen - callers. Can the owner leave and start again? View the property. Witness this human dilemma. www.wiredtheatre.co.uk 5 - 7, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 2pm - 3pm, 4pm - 5pm & 6pm - 7pm £8.50 (£7)

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HEDDA GABLER SUDS

Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Tragedy A rousing, unapologetic new take on Henrik Ibsen’s classic play - a scandalous clash of decadence, decay, and comedy at its very darkest. sudshedda.wordpress.com/ 10 - 13 May 7pm - 8:20pm £7 (£6) C328

GOOD TIME CHARLIE’S GOT THE BLUES

HOURGLASS

Jive Monkey Theatre & Bar (The) 61 J9 Solo show Returning to the Brighton Fringe after a successful 2011 premiere, this play with music is about a world famous Las Vegas headliner’s struggle to live a normal life. www.goodtimecharliesgottheblues.com 8 - 11 May 8pm - 9pm £7.50 18+ 241 C393

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Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Devised A double-bill of new short plays by Varndean College’s final-year acting students. Each has been devised in response to the music of either Doris Day, Cream, Blondie or Squeeze. www.varndean.ac.uk 22 , 23 May 5:30pm - 6:30pm & 7pm - 8pm £7 (£5) 15+ 241 C361

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Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Interactive Get answers to all your questions from me, Google! Hang out with my ex-girlfriend, Twitter, her new boyfriend, Facebook and our old pal, Yahoo. Bing is not invited. www.i-am-google.com 5, 12 May 5:45pm - 6:45pm, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 May 8:15pm C381 9:15pm, 10 May 7pm - 8pm £6 (£5) 18+ 241

I HAVE NEVER CARED FOR SUNSETS Garyhaus Players

25 dif f er en t show s a nd ov er 80 p er f or m a nces dur ing Br igh t on f r inge! dis cov er t he l i t t l e t he at r e in t he he a r t of t he ci t y 4 Princes street, Brighton, Bn2 1rD www.marlBoroughtheatre.org.uk

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Regency Tavern (The) 82 H9 Puppetry Adequately crafted puppets, poorly understood philosophical concepts and a smattering of jokes. Starring the young Isaac Newton, an aristocratic leech addict and evil Karl Popper. garyhaus.blogspot.com/ 5, 12, 19 May 2:30pm - 3:45pm & 6:30pm - 7:45pm, 6, 13, 20 May 3:30pm - 4:45pm £6 C382

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IN MY SHOES Post-It Productions

Big Red Van (The) 298 J9 Walk Explore Brighton through the eyes of 6 Brightonians, lost in their thoughts amongst everyday walks. A downloadable journey. All profits go to mental health charities. post-it-productions.tumblr.com C342 14 - 27 May Midday - 6pm Donations

INTERFERENCE PATTERN Eagle Bar (The ) 388 J7 Interference Pattern is a caustic and bleakly funny examination of human sexual relationships gone awry. It explores and exposes the inherently combative and corrosive nature of love and sex. 22 - 27 May 8:30pm - 10:30pm £9 (£8) C320

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IRONS/DOGGING Local Girl Productions

Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Funny It’s an evening of two halves! A play about family, loyalty, big decisions, football, dog-racing and country music. Theatre for those who like a bet, a kick-about and a song. laurenbracewell.weebly.com 17 - 19 May 7pm - 8:30pm £6 (£5) 15+

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JOHN, ANTONIO AND NANCY Tim Crouch

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Revisit promises made at the 2010 election through the eyes of the leaders’ children. A sobering, juvenile collision between foresight and hindsight. “One of the smartest artists making theatre” (Kulturflash). timcrouchtheatre.co.uk C355 19, 20 May 6:30pm - 6:45pm £5 (£4)

JOURNAL OF AN URBAN ROBINSON CRUSOE Handplay Productions

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 One man’s struggle for survival amidst the hubris of urban chaos; a voyage of self discovery. Dramatised by Harry Meacher, from the book by Des Marshall. www.handplayproductions.com 10, 11, 19, 25, 26 7pm - 9:15pm £12 (£10) 241 C321

JUST ANOTHER LOVE STORY 2nd Company Productions

Warren (The) 58 I9 Live music Direct from London’s Battersea Barge, Just Another Love Story celebrates the love songs of Stephen Sondheim, Broadway’s leading composer. Featuring songs from Follies, Gypsy, West Side Story and many more. www.2ndcompany.com 8, 9, 13, 14 May 8:30pm - 10:20pm £10 (£8) 15+ 241 C395

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Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Devised An award-winning show about three friends losing one life to gain another. An innovative script, original live music and international cast unearth a story of tragedy and transcendence.

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Funny Issy and Mark haven’t had sex - with each other - for 1 year, 7 months and 14 days. Issy’s counting... A piercingly funny debut about staying together or not. 24 - 27 May 5pm - 5:50pm £9 (£7.50) £5 students

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Dip Your Toe at Brighton Fishing Museum 350 I9 A peep inside Grist to the Mill’s bathing hut reveals bathers, sailors, sea monsters and mermaids slowly and uncannily coming to life ... Installation, puppetry and soundscape create this otherworldly delight. www.dipyourtoe.co.uk 5 - 7, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 1pm - 1:20pm, 1:40pm 2pm, 2:20pm - 2:40pm, 3pm - 3:20pm Donations 26 & 27 May performances will take place at Madeira Drive C31A

KOMPACT CABARET Kompact Theatre

Latest Music Bar 95 K9 Musical theatre Kompact Cabaret provides an entertaining and relaxed evening of contemporary musical theatre performed by company and guest vocalists. A must-see for any musical fans and friends. www.kompacttheatre.co.uk

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KRAPP’S LAST TAPE SAMUEL BECKETT Pint and Play Play Productions

Lectern (The) 340 M3 Brighton based, Pint and Play Productions, present Aidan Stephenson as Krapp in Samuel Beckett’s award-winning play. ‘Death is standing behind him and unconsciously he’s looking for it’. 25 May 8pm - 9pm £10 (£8)

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LILIES BY MICHEL MARC BOUCHARD Greenwich Theatre, Wild Oats, City Lights

Brighton National Spiritualist Church 487 K9 A contemporary take on an ancient myth. The piece explores the dichoctomy between beauty and ugliness, and the terrible price of betrayal, in this tale of Gods and mortals. 12, 14, 15, 19, 21, 22 May 8pm - 10pm £8 (£5) C318

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MIDNIGHT AT THE BOAR’S HEAD Fine Chisel

Hurly Burly (The) 157 K7 Live music Foot-stomping, ale-swilling, folk-fuelled storytelling, with handmade puppets and live music. Fine Chisel bring Shakespeare’s favourite pub to life and fill it with an array of colourful characters. www.familyfringe.co.uk 20 May 6:30pm- 7:40pm & 9pm - 11pm, 22 May 9:30pm 10:40pm £9 (£7.50)

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MORE LIVES THAN ONE - OSCAR WILDE Dear Conjunction Theatre Co.

St Margaret’s Church 242 O10 Spoken word A dazzling, powerful show that explores the ambition, life and works of Wilde, exposing the unique, flawed genius that was Oscar. ‘Beautiful, literate from end to end’, Hairline Fringe, Edinburgh. dearconjunction-paris-theatre.com 17 - 20, 24 - 26 May 8:30pm - 9:40pm £10 (£8) £15

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MUCH ADO ABOUT WENLOCK Vamos Theatre

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 LGBT When Simon Doucet invites his friend Bishop Bilodeau to visit after forty years in prison, confession is the last thing on his mind. A passionate tale of love and revenge. www.greenwichtheatre.org.uk 16 - 18 May 7pm - 8:30pm, 19 May 6:30pm - 8pm 15+ £10.50 (£8.50) C347

Warren (The) 58 I9 On your starting blocks! In 1850, a Shropshire market town hosted its own ‘Olympian Games’, combining country sports with spelling races. This captivatingly comic production tells the tale. www.vamostheatre.co.uk 26, 27 May 11:30am - 1:15pm £8.50 (£6) 241 C1DD

LONE STAR

The Harbour Theatre Company

MURPHY’S LEGACY BY EDDIE ALFORD

Barebones Project

Latest Music Bar 95 K9 Funny A Texan starry night behind Angel’s bar. For brothers Roy and Ray, the past meets the present. Ray carries a secret. But who’s driving the 1959 pink Thunderbird convertible? www.barebonesproject.com 19 May 3:30pm - 4:30pm, 20 May 9pm - 10pm, 21, 22 May 15+ 241 C351 9:30pm - 10:30pm £10 (£8)

Eagle Bar (The) 388 J7 Argus Angel Award Winners 2011 return with a satirical gem. Ireland 1994. Celtic Tiger Cub! ‘Easy Money!’ The Church, its attitude to sex and same sex! Corrupt politicians! Pig racing! 11 - 13, 15 - 19 May 8:30pm - 10.15pm £8 (£6) 15+

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MY BIG GAY ITALIAN WEDDING Paul Taylor-Mills and Lillie Collier

Komedia 105 J8 Dear Loved One, Andrew and I are getting married. I know my parents were shocked, but they’re (almost) over that. It promises to be something we will never forget. 19, 20 May 3pm - 4:15pm, 20 May 5pm - 6:15pm, 21 May 6pm - 7:15pm, 21 May 8pm - 9:15pm £10 (£8) 15+

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MY GAY BEST FRIEND 368 Theatre Company

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 LGBT TV’s Louise Jameson plays a would-be-diva stuck in the ladies’ loo on the biggest night of her life’ Nigel Fairs plays her unforgivably absent gay best friend! nigelfairs.com 6, 13, 20, 27 May 6:45pm - 7:55pm £10 (£8.50)

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MY NAME IS ANTONINO CALDERONE New Shoes Theatre

Otherplace Productions Presents

Ambassador Hotel 16 K9 Solo show ‘Can a murderer elicit sympathy? Yes, sometimes, if we witness his transformation, if we closely follow the turmoil that dwells within him and fills him with pain.’ - Dacia Maraini. www.newshoestheatre.org.uk 15 - 19 May 8pm - 10pm, 19 May 3pm - 5pm, 20 May 5:30pm - 7:30pm £12 (£10)

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NAKED HOMO LIVE! Theatre North

Subline 158 J9 LGBT Naked Homo returns with a new series of provocative takes on naked gay life performed naked. Martin Lewton winner Star of the Festival 2011, brings this new show to Subline! www.theatrenorth.co.uk 23 - 26 May 6:30pm - 7:20pm & 7:45pm - 8:35pm £9 (£7) 18+ 241 C364

NAPOLEON: A DEFENCE Le Navet Bete

An all-new pop-up theatre in the heart of Brighton, with a packed programme, a licensed bar and a secret garden.

Warren (The) 58 I9 Physical theatre Clowns enter the Napoleonic Wars along with cannons, a ship, and an obsession with Josephine’s body odour...’If all theatre was like this, we wouldn’t need TV’ - BBC Radio www.lenavetbete.com C1FB 5 - 7 May 3pm - 4pm £9 (£7)

ONLY IN BRIGHTON... Only in Brighton

Meet: Outside Al Duomo 308 J9 Walk What makes Brighton unique? From party kings and renegade builders to Abba and muesli, this walk is a curiously fact-filled and tongue-in-cheek celebration of all that’s peculiar to Brighton. www.onlyinbrighton.co.uk 4 - 7, 10 - 13, 17 - 20, 24 -27 May 7pm - 8:20pm £7 (£6) 15+

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PERICLES The BRIT School for Performing Arts

Pavilion Gardens Café 1 J8 Pericles is the story of one man’s search for love, taking him on a journey of shipwrecks, famine, tournaments and pirates. Performed by students from the BRIT School Theatre Department. www.brit.croydon.sch.uk 24 - 26 May 1pm - 2pm Free

BOURGEOIS & MAURICE

THE SEGUE SISTERS

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PIECES TO FIT_3 Marina Tsartsara

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Performance art The third in a series of a platform that treats performance and live installation as art pieces to be exhibited. Curated by Marina Tsartsara. www.piecestofit.co.uk www.marinatsartsara.co.uk 4, 5 May 7pm - 8pm, 6 May 5:30pm - 6:30pm

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PINTER’S VICTORIA STATION & FAMILY VOICES Otherplace Productions

FETISH KNIGHTS

JESUS: THE GUANTANAMO YEARS

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Warren (The) 58 I9 Absurdist A midnight taxi ride to nowhere... letters unsent from a guesthouse full of lost people... Two pieces of vintage Pinter; seriously funny and absurdly frightening. Directed by ¡ine King. www.otherplaceproductions.co.uk 13 May 4:30pm - 5:15pm, 19, 20 May 6pm - 6:45pm

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PIQUE The Breadbin Project

Madame Geisha 119 J9 Site-specific Would you cut off your nose to spite your face? To make the world a beautiful place? An intimate journey up into the night exploring obsessions with vanity and perfection. www.thebreadbinproject.com 6, 9, 20, 22, 23 May 8:30pm - 9:15pm, 6, 7, 9, 20 -23 May 9:45pm - 10:30pm £7.50 (£5.50)

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Grand Hotel (The) 306 H9 Funny Award-winning SomethingWitty return to The Grand after their sell-out 2010 run. Join Elyot & Amanda in Coward’s hilarious comedy of manners. Come for the (free) cocktails, stay for the fights. somewittytheatre.co.uk/ 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 3pm - 5pm £17 (£15)

Warren (The) 58 I9 Musical theatre A multimedia music/dance/song and colour journey through the seven hues of the rainbow. Music by original Cockney Rebel Milton Reame James, featuring Kevin Short of last year’s Bloody Cinderella. www.rainbowride.co.uk

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RIGHT TIME TO SAY I LOVE YOU PUPPET PARAMOUR Boogaloo Stu

Dip Your Toe at The Hurly Burly 157 K7 Boogaloo Stu gets up-close and personal as you step into a surreal world from a bygone era. A one-to-one session of sock-puppetry, crystal ball gazing and creating your ideal partner. www.dipyourtoe.co.uk Various dates & times - see website for details Performances every 15 minutes, 1 person per performance £4 5 May performances will take place at New Road: 6, 7, 12 & 13 May performances will take place at Hurly Burly: 19 & 20 May performances will take place at Churchill Square: 27 May performances will take place at Madeira Drive. 15+ C384

PUTTING IT TOGETHER - SONDHEIM REVUE Komedia Studio 106 J8 Musical theatre Described as ‘the funniest show Sondheim never wrote’, SMuTS presents a tribute to the great musical theatre composer, Stephen Sondheim, featuring hits from his shows including ‘Sweeney Todd’ and ‘Company’. 23, 24 May 8:30pm - 10:30pm £9 (£6) see website for 15+

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ROMEO, DON’T SHOOT ME YET! Loose Lips Theatre Company

Warren (The) 58 I9 Funny A journey of fate, fear and farce... Some believe in God, some believe in fate... And others believe in Shakespeare! What do you believe? www.wix.com/looselipstheatre/looselipstheatreco 21 - 23 May 6pm - 7:30pm £12 (£10) 15+

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Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 Solo show Cindy must choose: ignore the ringing telephone and get the sleep she desperately needs, or make another late-night rush to help the ill mother who’s never said “I love you”. www.righttimetosay.com 25, 26 May 8pm - 9pm, 27 May 5pm - 6pm £8 (£6)

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RACHAEL’S CAFÉ

RUBY MAE, A PARTICIPATORY WESTERN MUSICAL West Hill Community Hall 329 I6 Contemporary De Montfort University Performing Arts students invite the audience to stand up, pull on a holster and chase their dreams of cinematic glory in this re-imagining of a cowboy movie. 26, 27 May 7:30pm - 9pm, 27 May 2pm - 3:30pm £6 (£4) 15+

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DMU Performing Arts Company

Little Fly Theatre

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Storytelling How does Eric Wininger, a Midwestern, muscular, motorbike-riding, church-going 40-year-old salesman with a wife and three children, become Rachael Jones, owner of Rachael’s Café, Bloomington, Indiana? littleflytheatre.com

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SAM HALMARACK & THE MISERABLITES Sam Halmarack

Hurly Burly (The) 157 K7 Live music The pioneers of interactive stadium pop. A lightning-fast journey from the depths of failure to collective euphoria in the space of a pop concert. www.familyfringe.co.uk 17 - 19 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm £10 (£8) C34E

RADHA IS LOOKING GOOD / THE CLOCK Hide and Seek Theatre

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Devised Radha - discover an autistic girl’s interior world. The Clock a modern fairytale unfolds through movement and shadow puppetry. Two bold solos; new writing devised from memories and imagination. hideandseektheatre.com 9 - 11 May 8:30pm - 10pm £8.50 (£6.50)

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RADIO Fight and Hope

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Charlie is trying to explain who he is by exploring where he’s from. An award-winning play about the tragic, funny, and impossible dreams we sell ourselves. 19, 20 May 3pm - 4pm, 22 - 24 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm

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RAGNAROK: THE WEIRD OF THE GODS Theatre of the Preposterous

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Funny Loki has broken his chains and gathers his monstrous offspring around him. This is pretty shitty news. Basically, we’re doomed. Musical comedy based on Norse mythology, from writer/performer John Hinton. theatreofthepreposterous.co.uk 5, 6, 26, 27 May 3pm - 4pm £9 (£7.50) £5 students 241 C387

SANCTUARY ReStage

James House 107 F8 Site-specific Sussex, October 1929: as financial markets collapse, two idealists celebrate an alternative lifestyle. But unexpected visitors threaten to draw them into a nightmare world of ancient evil. www.restage.org.uk. 22 - 25 May 7pm - 8:15pm £10 (£8) 15+ 241 C35E

SCALLYWAGS SOOP

Warren (The) 58 I9 Devised WWII: Facing invasion, Britain’s answer is Scallywags ordinary folk trained to conceal weapons, dot dashes and, if captured, drink rum. SOOP’s comedy-drama asks: what if the occupation actually happened? www.soop.org.uk 13 - 15 May 6pm - 7:15pm £9 (£7)

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SCREAMING INSIDE Brighton Theatre Collective

Basement (The) 472 J7 Contemporary On the outside, he’s just plain old Stuart Pearce from IT on the 4th floor, a techno hero loner. But Stuart harbours disturbing secrets. On the inside he’s screaming. www.actbrighton.org 19 - 23 May 8pm - 10pm £8.50 (£6.50) 15+

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SPERANZA, LADY WILDE, MOTHER OF OSCAR London International Theatre Services

St Margaret’s Church 242 O10 One hour one woman show performed by Patricia Leventon celebrated for the role of Molly Bloom. Lady Wilde expresses the ups and downs of Oscar’s courageous mother from 1840s Dublin to 1890s London. patricialeventon.com 17 - 20, 24 -26 May 7pm - 8pm £10 (£8) £15 when

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SPORTING CHANCE The Splinter Group

Mash Tun (The) 392 J8 Solo show Play written from the inside about a Tarot reading and the fascinating human dynamics that develop during the consultation. Funny and sad; entertaining and challenging. 13 - 26 May 1:05pm - 1:35pm £5 (£2.50) 15+

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STANDARDS AND SCREWED Jump Through Hoops Theatre

Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Funny A fast, funny & intimate piece of theatre about life and friendship. A Brighton based company bringing new writing in 2 gorgeous pieces. Not to be missed. www.jumpthroughhoopstheatre.co.uk 24 - 27 May 9pm - 9:45pm £8 (£7)

FRIDAY 11th MAY - 8pm THE HOVE CENTRE NORTON ROAD HOVE BN3 4AH BOX OFFICE : (01273) 91 72 72 www.brightonfringe.org

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STRANDLINE

“A class act”

Michael McIntyre, January 2011

An innovative dance production, blending contortion, acrobatics and circus techniques.

Avis Cockbill & David Parker

Dip Your Toe at New Road 117 J8 Images inspired by the seaside are transformed on a giant kaleidoscope. The beautiful patterns created are choreographed to an audio soundtrack and examine our relationship with the sea. www.dipyourtoe.co.uk 5 - 7 May 1pm - 5pm (drop in) Free

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SWIMMING IN THE PERSIAN GULF

Blank Productions

BandBazi

Old Police Cells Museum 199 J9 Live music In a grim, mythic underworld beneath Brighton Town Hall, a character is intent on escape. Text by Mark Hewitt. Music by Peter Copley. Eccentric audiovisuals. A raw, compelling psychotic journey. www.mchblank.co.uk/ 9 - 11 May 6:30pm - 8pm £10 C299

Dip Your Toe at Brighton Station 114 I7 Take a swim on the exotic side; borrow a human book, learn about the freedom of swimming. BandBazi bring you the woman’s view from East, West and somewhere in between. www.dipyourtoe.co.uk 5 May 1 - 4pm, 6, 7, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 2pm - 5pm Free 5 May Performances will take place at New Road, 26 & 27 May will take place at Madeira Drive.

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SHAKESPEARE UNBOUND, GIFT TO THE FUTURE La Compagnie du Cèdre

Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 A celebration of Heminges achievement in preserving 18 of Shakespeare’s plays. The audience is evoked as ‘ghosts of the future’ as he recounts anecdotes of his life with the Bard. www.iambicarts.com 10, 11 May 5pm - 6:20pm, 12 May 10pm - 11:20pm £10 (£8) 241 C32E

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TALKING HEADS DIRECTED BY BRITT FORSBERG Theatre 21

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Contemporary In ‘A Chip in the Sugar’ and ‘A Lady of Letters’, Theatre 21 explore the complex inner lives of two of Bennett’s very ‘ordinary’ Characters. Directed by Britt Forsberg. www.brittforsberg.com 9 - 11 May 6:30pm - 8pm £10 (£8)

THE ALCHEMIST

Tube Light Theatre Company

Old Police Cells Museum 199 J9 Devised A dark character driven devised piece created for Brighton’s historic police cells. An exploration into fear and locale that will heighten your senses and awaken your imagination. 24, 25 May 2pm - 8:20pm Free 15+ C36A

The Barefoot Players

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Burlesque Jonson’s comedy of con-artists and gullible idiots revived in roaring 1920s Brighton with back-door antics and titillating burlesque. Be careful you don’t get swindled out of your seat. www.barefootplayers.co.uk 29 May - 2 June 7:30pm - 10pm £8.50 (£6.50) 15+

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Ginny Davis Productions

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Solo show Laugh and nod knowingly at mum’s efforts to cope with modern teenagers. A new play from Edinburgh Fringe sellout writer/performer Ginny Davis. ‘Clever and witty’ (The Scotsman). www.ginnydavis.com 12, 13 May 6pm - 7pm, 14, 15 May 7pm - 8pm £9 (£7) 241 C339

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Newhaven Fort 347 O1 Photography ‘The Angel and the Fiend’ is a dramatic reading for five voices accompanied by a projection of more than 360 of Lee Miller’s photographs from throughout her career. Venue, Newhaven Fort. newhavenfort.org.uk/events 19 May 7pm - 9pm £9

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THE BIG BITE-SIZE VINTAGE TEA PARTY White Room Theatre

Warren (The) 58 I9 Tasting Funny, poignant, touching tales of love, loss and laughter from yesteryear. Fresh ten-minute plays including ‘People’s Choice’ Winner 2011. Tea and cake served by singing tealadies. ***** Angel Winners. www.bite-size.org 20, 27 May 2:30pm - 3:30pm £12 Price includes tea

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THE BLACK DOG AND OTHER INFLUENCES The Knapper Experience/Atomic Force Productions

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Funny An unlikely comedy about manic depression. A fragile 30-something finds himself unable to function and unwilling to open up, so teases his therapist with a backstory of lies and fantasy. theknapperexperience.com

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THE BOAT PROJECT - SHIP’S LOG Thirty Pounds of Bone

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Folk The Boat Project returns to the city, bringing with it Thirty Pounds of Bone performing a new work created out on the high seas during the boat’s voyage to Brighton. www.theboatproject.com www.lonetwin.com 25, 26 May 8:15pm - 9:45pm £10 (£8)

An all-new pop-up theatre in the heart of Brighton, with a packed programme, a licensed bar and a secret garden.

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THE CAFÉ Metrodeco 465 L10 The owner of a struggling café is forced to make cuts. A Marx-loving waiter tries to organise a strike. Comic and political. Ben Aitken’s play puts the Coalition in the kitchen. 15 - 17, 19 - 20 May 7:30pm - 9pm

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THE CHAIRS BY EUGÈNE IONESCO Atelier Theatre - Director Vasile Nedelcu

Latest Music Bar 95 K9 absurdist An elderly couple’s evening descends into chaos and farce; a wonderfully absurd fantasy on memory and life, sharply funny and moving. Classic Ionesco, translated from the French by Donald Watson. ateliercommunitytheatre.com 20 - 22 May 9:15pm - 10:15pm £8 (£6)

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NAPOLEON: A DEFENCE

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THE CHEEKY CHAPPIE Big Basket Productions

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Celebrating the life of Brighton-born comedian Max Miller, ’The Cheeky Chappie’ is a funny, surprising and moving portrayal of a life on and off stage. ‘There’ll never be another!’ 26 - 29 April 7:30pm - 9pm, 3 - 6 May 8:30pm - 10pm £9.50 (£7.50) C371

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS OnO Theatre

Warren (The) 58 I9 Long-lost twins, desert islands and remarkably similar servants all combine to play havoc in this new adaption by Elizabeth Freestone (RSC, Globe) exclusively for OnO. Newbies (young/ old) welcome. Angel-winners. onotheatre.co.uk 13 May 3pm - 4pm, 19, 20 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm £8 (£5)

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THE LOVER, THE WIFE

Stillpoint Theatre

La Compagnie du Cèdre

Dip Your Toe at New Road 117 J8 Make an appointment with helpful hostesses to retrieve a hazy moment from a fantasy past... The D.U.M is a playful encounter for one set in a government office time forgot. www.stillpointtheatre.co.uk 12, 13 May 4pm - 6:30pm performances every 15+ C398 10 minutes £4

Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 A modern comedy based on a common theme; two women involved with the same man. Seen entirely from the women’s point of view, the play follows their different stories. www.iambicarts.com 5, 6, 18, 19 May 7:30pm - 8:50pm, 17 May 7pm - 8:20pm, 241 C386 20 May 5pm - 6.20pm £10 (£8) 15+

THE DEPARTMENT OF UNRELIABLE MEMOIRS Stillpoint in association with The Nightingale

Old Market (The) 145 F8 Make an appointment with helpful hostesses to retrieve a hazy moment from a fantasy past... The D.U.M is a playful encounter for one set in a government office time forgot. www.stillpointtheatre.co.uk 9, 16, 17, 23, 24 May Every 10 mins from 2pm - 5pm & C338 8pm - 11pm £5 15+

THE MAKING OF A WOMAN Gregoire Aubert

Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 Musical theatre What secrets can be revealed in the intimacy of a wardrobe? A boy, who dreams of becoming a woman, finds his way in a musical tale. 5 - 7 May 9:30pm - 10:30pm, 13 May 8pm - 9pm, 14, 15 May 9pm - 10pm, 21 May 7:30pm - 8:30pm, 241 C30F 23 May 7pm - 8pm £8 (£6)

Chancel Productions

SAVVY Theatre Company

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Family Based on the memories of a WWII evacuee; this production utilises mask and physical theatre to explore a childhood understanding of that time. A show for all the family. www.savvytheatre.co.uk 11, 12 May 2pm - 2:45pm, 12 May Midday - 12:45pm, 13 May 4pm - 4:45pm £5 Under 5 years free. 241 C336

THE GIRL WITH THE IRON CLAWS The Wrong Crowd

Warren (The) 58 I9 Physical theatre Growing up isn’t easy, especially when you’re in love with a bear. Stunning puppetry, enchanting music and deft humour combine in this dazzling coming-of-age tale to enthral audiences young and old. wrongcrowdtheatre.co.uk

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Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Solo show Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond, stands, Martini in hand,a terrified look in his eyes... At 42 he is about to do the thing he most fears: getting married! chancelproductions.com 15 - 17 May 6:45pm - 8:05pm £9 (£7.50) £5 students

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THE MOSCOW STATE CIRCUS Theatre Big Top 27 H3 Circus The Moscow State Circus brings its latest, most spectacular show to date to the UK with a sensational extravaganza Babushkin Sekret, feauring a mammoth cast of Russia’s finest circus artistes. moscowstatecircus.com 16 - 18, 20, 22 - 25, 27, 29 May 5pm -7pm, 16 - 18, 22 25, 28, May 7:45pm - 9:45pm, 20, 27 May 2pm - 4pm, 19, 26 May 7pm - 9pm26 May 3pm - 5pm

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Redroaster Coffee House 173 J9 Funny Take your seat in our Victorian café as this comedy of manners springs to life all around you. Expect tea, cake and physical comedy. www.witness-theatre.co.uk 11 - 13, 17 -20 May 8pm - 9pm £8 (£7) Doors open at 7.30pm 241 C334

THE IN/VISIBLE CITY Prodigal-Theatre, Dah-Teatar, Teatret-Om, Art-Media

Nightingale (The) - Off Site 208 I7 Site-specific An international company of performers uncover secrets of your city for public-transport audiences on the Big Lemon’s 44 Bus. Created in partnership with the Nightingale Theatre. Don’t forget your fare! in-visible-city.com 8 - 10 May 6:30pm - 7:45pm £2 Bus fare payable

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THE OH FUCK MOMENT Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe

Nightingale (The) - Off Site 208 I7 A Fringe-First winning conversation around a desk for brave souls to hold their hands up and admit they fucked up, or for people to laugh at us because we did. www.hannahjanewalker.co.uk 26, 27 May 2pm - 3pm & 4pm - 5pm & 7pm - 8pm 28 May 15+ C372 7pm - 8pm £10 (£8)

THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY Brighton Little Theatre

Brighton Little Theatre 34 H8 Osborne remains true to Wilde’s morality tale of vanity, greed, lust and murder, providing an evening of gothic horror and romance in an irresistible mix of style, wit and wickedness. www.the-little.co.uk C316 19 - 26 May 7:45pm - 10pm £8.50 (£7.50)

THE PIRATE

Ripley Theatre

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Musical theatre The Scottish Trolley Dolly and Other Mini Marvels. A play. An opera. And a musical. In a blissfully short 70 minutes! Awardwinning entertainment ‘Five Stars: Unmissable’ (The Guardian) 15 - 17 May 8:30pm - 9:40pm, 18, 19 May 7pm - 8:10pm 15+

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Mekriti

www.youtube.com/user/thepiratemachine Visit the Youtube Website Funny A subterranean film of a journey in the psyche’s union. www.daviddepinna.com 5 - 27 May Viewable 24 hours a day on youtube Free 18+ C37D

THE LAST LUNCH

THE PRAYER MEETING

Something Underground Theatre Company

Strip Theatre

Old Courtroom (The) 287 J8 Contemporary It’s Sunday lunch, and where the roast should be, there’s a tofu casserole! Butcher Albert’s table’s set for a monumental clash of values, knives and hearts. Fringe Award-nominated writer. jonathan-brown.co.uk/page34.htm

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Funny Three exclusive interviews with one Almighty God - where trespasses are forgiven, temptations are avoided and the answers you are looking for will be revealed. www.striptheatre.co.uk 11 - 13 May 1pm - 2:15pm £8.50 (£7) £5 students 241 C330

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Feral Theatre

Brighton Racecourse 47 O7 New Writing South, Natural Shocks, Hydrocracker and ten amazing writers make an extraordinary, new site specific response to Brighton Racecourse. A promenade journey through turnstile, tipster and tote. newwritingsouth.com 18 - 20 May 6:30pm - 8pm & 8:30pm - 10pm £10 (£8) 15+ 241 C319

St Peter’s Church, Preston Park 274 H2 Physical theatre Brighton’s oldest building hosts three Feral solo works fusing puppetry, physical theatre and aerial skills to tell stories of freedoms lost, love extirpated and transformations among the trees. feraltheatre.co.uk 18, 19 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm, 19, 20 May 3pm - 5pm

THE TABLE - NEW AND IMPROVED!

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TWELFTH NIGHT

Blind Summit Theatre

Old Market (The) 145 F8 Puppetry Following sell-out runs in Edinburgh and London, star of The Table “Moses” (the two-foot-tall puppet prophet) comes to Brighton with a newly reworked performance. ‘Sublime’ (Time Out). www.blindsummit.com 7 May 5pm - 6:30pm & 8pm - 9:30pm, 8 May 8pm 9:30pm £12 (£9)

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Such Stuff Theatre Company

Queen’s Park 268 M8 Such Stuff Theatre Company and St John’s College welcome you to Illyria, where mistaken identity, drunken revelry and pursuits of love make for the perfect cocktail of chaos and comedy! 10 - 12, 17 - 19, 24 - 26 May 7:30pm - 9:45pm, 13, 20, 27 May 2:30pm - 4:45pm £12 (£9)

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THE TERRIBLE SHAMAN

TWELFTH NIGHT OR WHAT YOU WILL

Inconvenient Spoof

Festival Shakespeare Company

Dip Your Toe at Madeira Drive 116 L10 The Terrible Shaman have arrived from far off lands to wield their magic wares, bringing comfort and joy to whomever has the heart to receive it. Bemusing, bewitching and uplifting! www.dipyourtoe.co.uk

St Ann’s Well Gardens 155 F7 Family This acclaimed Brighton Company present a delightful and enigmatic revival of Shakespeare’s Comedy. Bring family, a picnic and blankets for an evening of unrequited love, mistaken identity and gender confusion. festivalshakespeare.co.uk 10 - 13, 16 - 18, 20, 23 - 27 May 7pm - 9:30pm

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THE TUESDAY GROUP Brighton and Sussex Medical school Theatre

Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 Tragedy After two sell-out shows, BSMS Theatre again presents a realistic and humorous account of what happens when terminally ill patients have the opportunity to speak to one another. 25, 26 May 5pm - 6:20pm, 27 May 7:30pm - 8:50pm

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THIS TIME TOMORROW Random Acts Theatre Company

Varndean School 142 G1 Devised Four cars, four couples, four different scenarios. Sitting in the back seat, you have just fifteen minutes in which to eavesdrop on each of the conversations and unravel their stories! www.randomacts.freeuk.com 20, 27 May midday - 1pm, 1:30pm - 2:30pm, 3pm - 4pm, C35A 4:30pm - 5:30pm & 6pm - 7pm £10 18+

THREADBARE GREEBO

£10 (£8) Children under 5 Free, £6 children under 16, £28 family ticket 241 C32A TWO-HEADED MyLovely Productions

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Historical Captivating play about two friends whose lives are overshadowed by the dark events of their childhood, following 19th century Midwestern girls Hettie and Lavinia from ages 10 through to 50. 7 May 3pm - 4:20pm, 8, 9 May 8:30pm - 9:50pm, 19, 20 May 1pm - 2:20pm £9 (£7.50) £5 students 15+

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UNDER THE COVERS Zoo Indigo

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Through live Skype video links Zoo Indigo bring their babies on tour so you can babysit while they perform. An intimate, tender and humorous look at finding a work/life balance. www.zooindigo.co.uk 27 May 8pm - 9pm £8.50 (£6.50)

2headedpigeon Theatre Company

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Contemporary Escaping from a woman with needles for fingers, Threadbare Greebo stumbles across mad scientists, talking tapeworms and a very angry mob. Compelling new fairytale from a ‘terrific young group’, The Guardian. www.2headedpigeon.co.uk C37E 5 - 7 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm £6 (£5)

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UNE ILE La Compagnie du Cèdre

Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 Aucun être humain n’est une île. Le capitaine, la cliente et le matelot débarquent sur une île déserte. Ils ne communiquent pas. Que va-t-il se passer entre ces personnages? 14 - 16 May 7pm - 8:10pm

£10 (£8)

THREE’S AN OPERA

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Opera Mayhem

Little Bay Restaurant 244 I9 Opera Debbie, Thomasin and Toby are three talented singers. But Toby is mad and bad! Can Debbie and Tom restrain him? Watch them descend into Opera Mayhem as they try... 6 May 7pm - 9:30pm, 10, 19, 25 May 7:30pm - 10pm

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UNKNOWN/SMALL CHANCES LittleBerry Productions

Medicine Chest (The) 113 F8 Horror Two pieces of immersive, youth fuelled new writing never before encountered. Unknown - Who’s in charge, man or girl? Small chances - a game of choice in a place of darkness. 11 - 13, 18 - 20 May 6pm - 7:20pm £9.50 (£7.50) 15+

TRANSLUNAR PARADISE Theatre ad Infinitum

Warren (The) 58 I9 Physical theatre After his wife’s death, William escapes to a paradise of memories. From beyond the grave, Rose performs one last act of love: To help let him go. “Extraordinarily poignant” (Guardian). www.theatreadinfinitum.co.uk 15, 16 May 8pm - 9pm, 16 May 6pm - 7pm £14 (£11) 241 C1F4

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VITA & VIRGINIA Iambic Arts Theatre

Iambic Arts Theatre 99 J8 A love relationship in two acts, an artfully created script by actress Eileen Atkins. Unique portrait of literary passion which spanned almost two decades. iambicarts.com 11 May 8pm - 10pm, 12 May 7pm - 9pm, 15+ C335 13 May 4pm - 6pm £10 (£8)

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WILDE’S THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

Seth Kriebel & Zoe Bouras

River Productions and Skylight Theatre

Dip Your Toe at West Pier 122 H9 Kriebel & Bouras have created an unusual machine for seeing. Small audiences enter a darkened room to experience a unique combination of a camera obscura and live performance. www.dipyourtoe.co.uk

Brighton Marina 202 O10 Historical In this Jubilee year, join us for ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ set in 1952 on a touring theatre bus. The audience sits on the ground for this outdoor production. www.riverproductionsuk.com 13 - 27 May 8pm - 10pm £7.50 (£5)

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WEE ANDY Tumult In The Clouds

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Wee Andy depicts the consequences of a knife attack on an innocent young lad. Even as the surgeon tries to save him, his mother takes desperate action to protect him. 16 - 20 May 8:30pm - 9:25pm £8.50 (£6.50) C349

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WHAT ABOUT SAMUEL?

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ACT Kids’ Theatre

OPEN HOUSE 317 J4 Clare and James are losing the plot. The question is, what about Samuel? This brand new black comedy is brought to you in association with Proteus Theatre Company. www.proteustheatre.com 21 - 27 May 7:30pm - 8:30pm £8 (£6)

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Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Funny 1899: Escaped Prisoner Winston Churchill Wanted Dead Or Alive. Relive the rollicking true story of how Britain’s greatest hero defeated the Boers,overcame his demons and grew his first moustache. www.folespoir.co.uk 23, 24 May 7pm - 8pm, 25,26 May 6pm - 7pm £8 (£6)

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Brighton and Hove High School 207 G7 Triple bill of subversive and punky Alice in Wonderland and Dust. Time travelling in contemporary & Roman London with original material devised by our mini actors, aged 6 - 8. www.actbrighton.org 20 May Midday - 9pm £6 (£4) £20 Family Ticket

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WORLD OF WRONG

WHAT’S THE TIME, MR WOLF?

The Two Wrongies

Doggett and Ephgrave

Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 G8 Solo show Conrad Kordover is a man with strange habits. The police soon come knocking when a murder is committed. Featuring BBC Radio 4’s Ben Tinniswood (‘Deft comic touches’, Fringe Report). doggettandephgrave.co.uk 23 - 27 May 4:30pm - 5:30pm Free

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Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Prepare for a right royal wronging with The Two Wrongies: the double act who dare to do the dirty! It’s comedy, it’s dance, it’s so wrong it’s right. thetwowrongies.co.uk 4 May 10pm - 11pm £8.50 (£6.50) C37B

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YOU LEFT ME IN THE DARK

WHITE RABBIT, RED RABBIT

Spun Glass Theatre

The Nightingale

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room 208 I7 Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour’s arresting, allegorical work, White Rabbit, Red Rabbit, dissects the experience of a generation in a wild, utterly original play, performed by a different actor every performance. whiterabbitredrabbit.blogspot.com 4 - 10 May 8:30pm - 9:30pm £8.50 (£6.50)

Jive Monkey Theatre & Bar (The) 61 J9 Devised Intimate new writing inspired by Chekhov’s ‘The Seagull’ and the music of Florence + the Machine. ***** - Three Weeks, ’Compelling’ - Total Theatre (Laura - Spun Glass Theatre). www.spunglasstheatre.com 22 - 24 May 8pm - 10pm £8 (£6)

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WHO DID I THINK I WAS? Coughing Sheep

Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 J9 Solo show Spitfires, trick cyclists, electric shocks and toilet rolls: the tragi-comedy of a father and son being together again, recalling the woman they lost, and discovering endings and new beginnings. 25, 26 May 1pm - 1:50pm & 7pm - 7:50pm

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WILD HORSES BandBazi and Synergy Creative Community

West Hill Community Hall 329 I6 Promenade A journey, an experience, an episode; Wild Horses explores the inner realms of mental health in a stigma bashing, multi-arts event with installations, live performances, aerial circus and film. bandbazi.co.uk 13 May Midday - 12:50pm & 3pm - 3:50pm & 6pm 6:50pm £5 (£3)

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Brighton Station 114 I7 Historical These amazing tours only happen in the Festival. A chance to learn about the hidden places, local history and wonderful engineering of Brighton’s Grade II railway station, with Southern Rail’s permission. 5 May 10am - 11:45am & 12:30pm - 2:15pm 6, 20, 27 May 4pm - 5:45pm 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 11am - 12:45pm & 1:30pm - 3:15pm £7 (£6) C225

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Prince Regent Swimming complex 144 J8 Walk A guided walk exploring the history of swimming baths and bathing in Brighton. Meet outside Prince Regent Swimming Baths. The tour lasts one hour and ends at the seafront. www.floatingmemories.co.uk 7, 9, 11 May 11am - Midday 7 - 11 May 2pm - 3pm C297 8, 10, 6pm - 7pm £2

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Royal Albion Hotel (Main entrance) 160 J10 Educational The Regent,The Academy and many more of Brighton’s beautiful old cinemas brought to life on this fascinating tour. This is one not to miss. 6, 8, 12, 13, 15, 19, 20, 22, 26, 27 May 11am - 12:30pm

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St Nicholas Church 192 I8 Walk Brighton’s Montpelier and Clifton Hill district is a charming Victorian suburb of quiet streets, tree lined and stylish. This walk explores this inner city district to savour its distinctive character. 5, 6, 11 - 13, 18 - 20, 25 - 27 May 6pm - 8pm £7 C283

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Arch 260, Palace Pier 321 J10 WALK Guided tours of Brighton’s magnificent, award-winning Victorian sewers. For information and tickets visit www. southernwater.co.uk/sewertours. Minimum age is 11 years old. Pre-booking is required. www.southernwater.co.uk 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24 May 6:30pm - 7:30pm 5, 12, 19, 26 May 9:30am - 10:30am & 11am - midday £12 (£8.50) £6 children (11-16) C207

EMBASSY COURT TOUR Bluestorm Limited

Embassy Court 62 F8 Historical A 90 minute tour of this iconic modernist block of private apartments on Brighton’s seafront, including access to the roof terrace and behind the scenes areas. www.embassycourt.org.uk 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 11am - 12:30pm £6 (£5) C23A

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St Nicholas Church 192 I8 Walk Brighton’s North Laine is an eclectic neighbourhood with echoes of its past still evident in this vibrant 21st century city district. We walk the byways of this fascinating area. 5, 12, 13, 19, 26, 27 May 2pm - 4pm £7 C27F

GHOST WALK OF THE LANES Solo Productions

Meet: Druid’s Head (The) 476 I9 Storytelling A 70 minute walk around Brighton’s oldest and most haunted quarter visiting seven of the most haunted sites with Silas, Jasper and Ebenezer dressed in full Victorian attire. www.ghostwalkbrighton.co.uk 1 - 5, 8 - 12, 15 - 19, 22 - 26, 29 -31 May 7:30pm - 8:40pm £8 (£5) £4 for children C243

MIDDLE STREET SYNAGOGUE Brighton and Hove Hebrew Congregation

Middle Street Synagogue 279 I9 Discover Brighton’s Grade II Synagogue (Thomas Lainson, 1875), opulent jewel in Brighton’s architectural crown. Superb metalwork and stained glass. One of Britain’s top 10 Synagogues. European Routes of Jewish Heritage-nominated. 6, 13, 20 May 2pm - 4:30pm Donations C28F

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TOURS OF WW2 SCHOOL AIR-RAID SHELTER

Only in Brighton

Friends of Whitehawk Primary School

Meet:Outside Al Duomo 308 J9 Walk What makes Brighton unique? From party kings and renegade builders to Abba and muesli, this walk is a curiously fact-filled and tongue-in-cheek celebration of all that’s peculiar to Brighton. www.onlyinbrighton.co.uk 4 - 7, 10-13, 17 - 20, 24 -27 May 7pm - 8:20pm £7 (£6) 15+ 241 C276

Whitehawk Primary School 225 O7 Historical Visit the partly restored Air Raid Shelter (known as ‘the Trenches’) and experience what it might have been like for children living in Whitehawk during the Second World War. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 May 4pm - 5pm 5, 12, 19, 26 May 10:30am - 11:30am £2 (£1.50) C25C

PAVILION GARDENS CAFÉ… HISTORICAL TOUR

VOTES FOR WOMEN

Pavilion Gardens Café

Shrieking Sisterhood

Pavilion Gardens Café 1 J8 Trail Geoffrey Mead, Brighton’s best known tour guide, will be conducting a special historical tour of founder Mr Herbert Tennent’s café family history, dating back over 90 years. www.paviliongardenscafe.co.uk 6, 11, 20, 25 May 2pm - 3:30pm £6 C28D

Visitor Information Centre 439 J9 Historical Join Karen Antoni on a costumed hour long walk and talk as we follow the footsteps of the local Suffragette movement of the 1900s through the streets of Brighton. 5, 9 -12, 16 - 19, 23 - 26 May 6:30pm - 7:30pm £6.50 (£5) 241 C289

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PIERS AND QUEERS Only in Brighton

RANDOM ACCESS: BOOKS, AUTHORS & ILLUSTRATORS Maire McQueeney’s Novel Outings

MEET: St. Peter’s Church Tower 316 K7 Family A compendium of 90-minute strolls North, South, East and West from the centre of the city to explore Brighton’s great books from history and crime to rollicking comedy. 7 - 11, 14 - 18, 21 - 25 May 2:30pm - 4pm £7 (£5) 241 C294

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MEET: West Pier 479 H9 LGBT A walk through the personalities of Brighton’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender past. Unusual and fascinating tales of achievement, challenge, bravery, infamy and unique contributions to society and culture. www.onlyinbrighton.co.uk/piersandqueers 5 - 7, 12, 13, 19, 26, 27 May 11am - 12:20pm £7 (£6) 241 15+ C27D

Brighton’s magnificent Victorian sewers are among the finest examples of civil engineering from that glorious age of ingenuity

To book an organised tour, visit: www.southernwater.co.uk/sewertours

ST MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS St Michael & All Angels Church 191 H7 Art One of England’s ‘Thousand best churches’, featuring the architecture of Bodley and Burges, with stained glass by Morris, Burne-Jones and other Pre-Raphaelites. saintmichaelsbrighton.org 5, 12, 19, 26 May 10am - 11am £4 C280

THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF FIRST BASE First Base Day Centre

First Base Day Centre 343 G7 Historical Find out the fascinating, hidden history of this Grade II listed building in this talk and tour. Visit the only building in Brighton to have been moved brick by brick. firstbaseheritageproject.wordpress.com/ 15 May 7pm - 8:15pm, 20 May 2pm - 3:15pm Free but ticketed C22D

THE ORIGINAL BRIGHTON CEMETERY TOUR Guide: Mike Strong

Woodvale Lodge 228 M4 Walk VISIT ANOTHER WORLD! Explore history, nature and art, strolling through the Woodvale and Extra-Mural Cemeteries. Spectacular memorials in dramatic landscaped parkland, with a cast of remarkable characters from the past. 6, 13, 20, 27 May 2pm - 3:45pm £7 (£6) 15+ C290

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2012 - A BRITISH YEAR

BRIGHTON AND HOVE: THROUGH OUR EYES

iO Gallery

Blatchington Mill School

iO Gallery 94 J7 Art iO Gallery Presents in the basement space: ‘2012 - A British Year’ Sebastian Pedley’s familiar portraits are presented on a backdrop of British souvenir imagery. www.iogallery.co.uk 5 - 27 May 11am - 5pm Free

Blatchington Mill School & 6th Form College A2 Photography 65 A photographic exhibition celebrating the diversity of our city and its special appeal to all generations. Members of Blatchington Mill’s extended school community share their one defining image. www.blatchingtonmill.org.uk C20C 12, 13, 19, 20 May 11am - 4pm Free

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BRIGHTON. NAKED & VULNERABLE

3PIGEONS WOODCARVINGS Taylor St Baristas

Taylor St Baristas 471 I8 Art Brighton-based artist and woodcarver known as 3pigeons presents a new collection of innovative pieces hand carved from pre-loved skateboards. Not to be missed show by this emerging local artist. www.taylor-st.com 1- 31 May 8am - 5pm Free

Brighton Media Centre Gallery 73 I9 Art A bold exhibition to raise HIV awareness in Brighton, featuring works by prominent local artists, film and information. All proceeds going to The Sussex Beacon. www.brighton-nakedandvulnerable.org 5 - 27 May 9:30am - 5pm

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AMERICAN GRAFFITI MURAL UNVEILING SCAPE MARTINEZ California Graffiti Artist Scape Martinez

Blind Tiger Club (The) 257 K8 US graffiti legend Scape Martinez and bestselling author of Graff: The Art & Technique of Graffiti, opens Brighton Fringe with an original mural for the Blind Tiger Club in his UK debut. www.scapemartinez.com 4 May Midday - 2pm Free

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COLLECTABLE ART FROM TODAY’S MUST-HAVE ARTISTS artrepublic artrepublic 41 J8 Art Hundreds of limited edition prints! Discover the best of British from Damien Hirst, Banksy & Sir Peter Blake, plus worldwide artists RETNA, Mr Brainwash, Speedy Graphito and many more. www.artrepublic.com 5 - 27 May 9:30am - 6pm Free C208

CREATIVE ARTS OPEN HOUSE

ART OF ENLIGHTENMENT

Friends Centre

Brighton Diamond Way Buddhism

Brighton Diamond Way Buddhist Centre 124 K6 Exhibition An exhibition of Tibetan Buddhist statues and scroll paintings (thangkas) with explanations of their deep symbolism and use as meditation aids. www.buddhism.org.uk 12, 13, 19, 20 May Midday - 7pm Donations C214

Brighton Junction 483 J6 Art Exhibition of work from creative arts courses. Tea & cake available. One-hour creative workshops for £5: ‘Make a Patchwork Pin Cushion’, ‘Print It (screenprinting)’, or Pen and Wash’. www.friendscentre.org 12 May 10:30am - 4:30pm £5 FREE exhibition C245

DIVERSE, INSPIRING, MOTIVATING ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION

ART OF RESISTANCE Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project

Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project 38 K8 Craft For years unions mobilised under handmade banners representing their trades. This exhibition of artwork features our own handmade banner celebrating this heritage and the 30th anniversary of the Centre. www.bucfp.org 7 - 11, 14 - 18, 21 - 25 May 10am - 4pm Free C222

City College Brighton & Hove Adult and Community Learning

Bandstand Café Bistro (The) 297 G9 Photography An exhibition of Advanced Photography students’ photographic projects. As part of City College Brighton & Hove Adult and Community Learning Programme. Funded by the Chris Field Fund. Curated by Beatrice Haverich. www.ccb.ac.uk www.beatricehaverich.com C278 5 - 20 May 10:30am - 6:30pm Free

BEACH PARTY ANIMAL

FARLEY FARM HOUSE TOURS

Liz Aggiss and Joe Murray

Home of the Surrealists

Old Market (The) 145 F8 Film 20-minute film portrait of British eccentricity and Brighton beach life. Where land meets sea we observe private moments in public places. Free entrance. 10 spaces every half hour. www.lizaggiss.com 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May, Screenings every 30

Farley Farm House 92 N1 Art Experience the extraordinary atmosphere of the Sussex home of Lee Miller and Roland Penrose, whose guests included Picasso and Miró. 50 minute guided tours available throughout the day. www.farleyfarmhouse.co.uk 6, 13, 20, 27 May 10:30am - 3:30pm £9

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Mr Brainwash Russell Young Stanley Donwood RETNA Jamie Reid

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www.artrepublic.com 13 Bond Street Brighton, BN1 1RD 01273 724829 brighton@artrepublic.com

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FINNISH DESIGN IN BRIGHTON

LIVING ROUGH - ROUGH LIVING

University of Brighton Design Archives

Brighton Street Homeless Community

Northern Lights 153 J9 Exhibition The University of Brighton Design Archives presents an exhibition exploring what Finnish design means today, both in an historical sense and to Brighton’s Finnish community. arts.brighton.ac.uk/collections/design-archives/ 16 - 31 May 5pm - Midnight Free C24F

First Base Day Centre 343 G7 Photography This marginalised community have conceived and documented their experience of life on the streets. Open to anyone interested in gaining a unique insight into people all too often overlooked. www.denisefelkin.com/living-rough 5, 12, 19, 26 May 1pm - 4pm Free

FOTO:RENEWABLES

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ME, MARIONETTE - GRAHAM CARTER

FotoDocument

Brighton Station 114 I7 Photography FotoDocument launches a series of documentary photo essays highlighting solutions to environmental issues. The first exhibitions on renewable energy in the UK/Spain are at Brighton Station from 10th May 2012. www.fotodocument.org 10 - 27 May 6am - Midnight Free C221

HOME Beyond

St Luke’s Church 295 H5 Art A varied and interactive art installation provoking thoughts of home. This mixture of art, sculpture and photography will include an opportunity for all the family to make their own mark. www.beyondchurch.co.uk 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 1pm - 6pm Free C28E

KEMPTOWN ARTISTS - 31ART

Ink_d

Ink_d Gallery & Studio 98 J8 Art A show loosely based on Pinocchio, Me, Marionette is a collection of 3D representations of Carter’s characters plus paintings, prints, drawings and ephemera along with a limited edition book. www.ink-d.co.uk 4, 5, 7 - 12, 14 - 19, 21 - 26, 28 - 31 May 10am - 6pm 6, 13, 20, 27 May Midday - 4pm Free

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MINICLICK, PECHA KUCHA AND BRIGHTON UNIVERSITY Miniclick, Pecha Kucha and Brighton University

Old Market (The) 145 F8 Photography Brighton’s monthly photography talks, the Miniclick talks, join forces with students from the University of Brighton Photography and Moving Image courses and Pecha Kucha for an evening of short talks. www.miniclick.co.uk 9 May 7pm - 10pm £4 (£3)

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OUT OF THE BOX

31Art

31Art 18 M9 Join us at our fourth Open House: Mike Higgins, Ceramics; Ken McLoone, Mixed Media; Jacqui Beyer, Abstract Acrylic Paintings; Aref Makooi, Mixed Media Life Drawings; Anne Dennington, Architectural Watercolours. www.31Art.co.uk 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May Midday - 5pm Free C200

Ink Spot Press

Ink Spot Press 167 M4 Art Inkspot Press is a vibrant printmaking studio. We have many artists and making-doers coming through our doors. Out of the Box: a visual feast to jiggle your brain. www.inkspotpress.co.uk 5 - 27 May 10am - 6pm Free C235

KEMPTOWN ARTISTS - JAY COLLINS Kemptown Artists Open House Trail

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8 Eastern Terrace Mews 178 N10 Art Jay Collins’ gouaches, oils and prints will show you the most striking of Kemp’s architecture, the most colourful parts of the seafront and back streets where you have never ventured. 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May Midday - 6pm Free C202

KEMPTOWN ARTISTS OPEN HOUSE TRAIL Leaflets of Kemptown houses participating available from Studio@73

Studio@Gallery 73 (The) 489 L9 Art Take the Kemptown Trail, comprising many artists houses all showing the best original art in & around Kemptown. Leaflets with listings are available at Studio Gallery, 73a St James Street. www.facebook.com/kemptownartistsbrighton 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 11am - 5pm 1 - 4, 8 -11, 15 - 18, 22 - 25 May 11am - 4pm Free

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Moksha Caffe 265 K7 Exhibition An exhibition by KUTAC, a group of professionals from across the creative spectrum, who meet every month to share ideas. They work in textiles, fashion, illustration, painting and photography. www.kutac-brighton.blogspot.com C279 5 - 27 May 9am - 6pm Free

LESSONS OF DARKNESS Malarkey 246 J8 Performance art James and Tiago De Sousa perform a one-off live art show. Using moving shadows, silhouettes, darkness and light, the artists explore the role of the ego and alter ego. www.tiagodesousa.co.uk 18 May 7pm - 10pm Free C255

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PERSPECTIVES OF BRIGHTON

THE JOURNEY

Brighton Photographers Group

Brighton Marina 202 O10 Art My artwork has been influenced by dance, music, meditation, martial arts and the energy the body creates when moving. www.unknownangel.co.uk 5 - 27 May 11am - 6pm Free

FaB (Food and Barista) 341 J7 Photography The Brighton Photographers Group will exhibit a collection of new photographs under the theme Perspectives of Brighton. Come and enjoy some coffee, food and browse around some interesting work. www.brightonphotographersgroup.com 5, 7-12, 14 - 19, 21 - 26 May 7am - 5:30pm 6, 13, 20, 27 May 9am - 5:30pm Free

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RED ROCK TO ROYAL PAVILION

TITANIC HIDDEN HISTORIES Bonny Cummins

Spiral Charity Shop 28 G8 Exhibition The CasArt Artists reside in Alice Springs, in Central Australia. This desert landscape provided inspiration for their textile creations of handprinted and dyed natural fibres. A veritable feast of fashion! www.casauk.wordpress.com 5 - 8 May 9am - 4:30pm May Donations

Brighton Town Hall 126 J9 Historical Millvina Dean, last survivor of the Titanic, inspired this exhibition. The film of Millvina will have a special screening in the Mayor’s parlour. Refreshments included. Proceeds will be donated to the RNLI. www.titanichiddenhistories.info/www.bonnycummins.com 12, 19, 26 May every 30mins from Midday - 4pm £6 (£3)

ROMANY MARK BRUCE EXHIBITION New Steine Hotel, Bar and Bistro 139 K9 Exhibition Romany Mark Bruce’s (Brighton AIDS memorial sculptor) paintings of male and female figures. Departing from his usual large scale canvases, these are smaller, more delicate paintings in acrylic & ink on paper. www.romanymarkbruce.com 5 - 27 May 11am - 9pm Free 18+

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SCANNING FOR GOLD 2012

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CasArt Artists Central Australia

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12 May event held in the Mayors Parlour £7 (£3.50). Children go free 241 C227 TO YOU, DAUGHTER St John the Baptist Church, Hove 488 E7 Art This multi-media exhibition is the third UK solo show by Indonesian artist Grace Siregar. Siregar’s solo show explores the mother-daughter relationship amidst the tumult of the 21st century information storm. 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 23, 26, 27 May midday - 5pm 9, 16, 30 May 10am - 5pm Free C285

Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Brighton and Sussex Medical School 36 O1 Science What makes a high performance athlete? Find out, as medical imaging, photography and visual art are combined to show how prospective Olympic and Paralympic athletes perform at the highest level. www.bsms.ac.uk/scanning-for-gold 9 - 11, 14 - 18, 21 - 25 May 9am - 5:30pm Free C212

SKY LOUNGE, EMBASSY COURT ROOF TERRACE

WEALDEN POTTERS 96 Ditchling Rise 19 K4 96 Ditchling Rise Brighton Wealden Potters. A sale of ceramic pieces exhibited in a garden setting in Ditchling Rise, Brighton. Individual makers selling their own work. wealdenpotters.com 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 10 am - 5pm FREE C203

Embassy Court Arts Group

Embassy Court 62 F8 Site-specific The year is 1959. You are cordially invited to enjoy a cocktail and the best view in Brighton with the ghosts of some of our former residents. 1950s dress optional. www.embassycourt.org.uk 12, 13 May, hourly from 2pm - 5pm (45 mins duration)

£8.50 (£7.50)Ticket includes one cocktail 18+

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SPHERES, CIRCLES AND CURVES IN WOOD

WINTER MEMORIES The Studio@gallery73

Studio@Gallery 73 (The) 489 L9 On the Kemp Town trail, Lesley and Bea’s working glass and textile art studio showcases their own unique and affordable work together with that of local artists. www.gallery73.co.uk 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 May 11am - 5pm Free C287

Woodstar Productions

Redroaster Coffee House 173 J9 Sculpture An exhibition of wall-mounted and suspended wooden sculptures. Circles and spheres inspired by nature, science fiction and the cosmos. 1 - 31 May 7am - 7pm FREE C242

THE BRIGHTON EXPERIENCE See website for details Multimedia Premier exhibition of the acclaimed ‘Brighton Book’ alongside short-films, a ‘Brighton Wishing Tree’ and chance to contribute your own photo or picture to the exhibition. Check website for confirmed location. www.brightonphotography.com 5, 8 - 12, 14 - 19, 21 - 26 May 10am - 6pm 6, 13, 20, 27 C228

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Various Venues - see website below or call 01273 294617 Open house

Creative work produced by young people, aged 11-25, through voluntary and statutory services across the city. Includes drama, art, music, dance, launch event and workshops. Visit www.youthartsfestivalbrighton.org.uk or call 01273 294617 25 April 7:30pm - 9pm, 28 - 30 April, 1 - 13 May 10am - 10pm Free

North Laine Photography

May 11am - 5pm 7 May 10am - 5pm Free

YOUTH ARTS FESTIVAL Youth Arts Project

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FREE KI & AIKIDO TASTER SESSIONS

Le Navet Bete

Brighton Ki Society

Warren (The) 58 I9 Clown Join this international troupe of clowns, whose work has been seen in 20 countries, for a serious look at stupidity. “Le Navet Bete are reinventing the clown.” - (ThreeWeeks). www.lenavetbete.com 6 May 11am - 1pm £10 (£9) 15+ C28B

Brighton Ki Centre 21 I8 Physical Ki Workshop: 10.00 - 11.00. Unification of mind and body, stretching, natural movement, meditation & breathing. Aikido workshop: 11.00 - 12.00. Ki & Aikido demonstration: 12.00 - 12:30. www.kisociety.org.uk/dojos/brighton.asp 6, 13, 20 May 10am - 12:30pm Free

ABOUT COMEDY: STAND-UP COMEDY COURSE Laughing Horse Comedy & Jay Sodagar

Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 K6 Stand-up Learn stand-up comedy on this two-day course plus graduation show, with our comedian and writer tutor Jay Sodagar. ‘Highly Recommended ****’ Three Weeks. More info: www.aboutcomedy.co.uk or via info@laughinghorse.co.uk 5, 6 May 12:30pm - 5pm £99 (£89) 2 Day course runs over both dates 18+ C282

ACTING AND CREATING A CHARACTER Julian Caddy

Marlborough Theatre 110 J9 Theatrical Come and get your teeth into a refreshing approach to acting with this Stanislavski-inspired technique. Theory & improvisation, open to all, experienced or not. Based on our successful London workshops. www.sweet-uk.net/juliancaddy.html 14, 21 May 8:30pm - 10pm 15+ £10 (£8) Bring pen and paper C24E

Acting Workshop for Children Julian Caddy

Brighton Youth Centre 97 K9 Theatrical Come and learn how to act from a professional perspective and not be treated like a child. Everyone has the ability, it’s just a question of harnessing it. Age 11+ 12 May 1pm - 2:30pm

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FREESOUNDING VOICE AND DRUM WORKSHOP Knoyle Hall 379 H2 Improv An experimental workshop exploring breath, toning, free sounding from the heart & beyond! Raising the energy with rhythmic voice play, percussion & drumming - transforming & uplifting! www.lindamalonemusic.wordpress.com 12 May 11am - 12:30pm £10 (£8) 15+

HOW TO GET NOTICED The Stage Events with Michael Wharley

Latest Music Bar 95 K9 Photography How do you shine out among the competition? What should you look for in a headshot? We will give you a taster session on how to get YOU noticed! www.thestage.co.uk/events 6 May 11:30am - 1:30pm £25 15+

EQUITY @ BRIGHTON FRINGE Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Two free workshops. 10 May: ‘Your CV & Self-Marketing’. 24 May: ‘Doing It For Money As Well As Love’. More information: Events on Equity’s website. www.equity.org.uk C232 10, 24 May 2pm - 4pm Free

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HOW TO NAIL YOUR ACTING AUDITION The Stage Events with Thomas Hescott

Latest Music Bar 95 K9 Theatrical Stand out from the competition! This taster session will help you tackle every audition with confidence. We’ll break down the process - effective preparation, rehearsing who will be there and feedback. www.thestage.co.uk/events 6 May 2:30pm - 4:30pm £25 15+

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IMPROVISATION SKILLS FOR BUSINESS LEADERSHIP John Cremer of the Maydays Komedia Studio 106 J8 Improv Improvisational skills for business leadership. Interactive and hilarious class with experienced improvisation teacher John Cremer, ACE Speaker of the Decade. Learn creative skills to expand your career, no experience necessary. www.johncremer.co.uk 8 May 10am - 4pm £168

FEAST YOUR SENSES Brighton National Spiritualist Church

Brighton National Spiritualist Church 487 K9 Spiritual Creativity beyond spontaneity, delving into our subconscious and beyond. Demonstrations: May - 5th, Spirit Art; 26th, Mediumship. Workshops: May - 6th Spirit Art; 19th + 27th Art with Meditation. Open Day: May - 12th, Readings & Exhibition. 5, 12, 19, 26 May 10:30am - 5pm Exhibition free

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INTRODUCTION TO SIGN LANGUAGE Learn BSL

Cornerstone Community Centre 344 E7 Educational In this informal and fun two-hour workshop you will learn basic conversations, tips on interacting with deaf people and gain an insight into how sign language works. www.learnbsl.co.uk 5, 19 May 2pm - 4pm £12 (£8) 15+

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www.pebbletrust.org

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LABYRINTH - A WALKING MEDITATION

THE FULL MASK

Contemplative Fire & All Saints Church

Vamos Theatre

All Saints Church 7 D6 Spiritual Labyrinth Walk with live musical/vocal accompaniment. Walk the labyrinth, an ancient meditative pathway, a personal practice for healing and growth, a mirror for the spiritual journey. No experience needed. Refreshments. www.contemplativefire.org/brighton_hove.htm 5, 19 May 7:30pm - 9:15pm £5 (£3)

Warren (The) 58 I9 Physical theatre Using examples from their current production, Vamos Theatre, one of the UK’s leading mask theatre companies, will teach you their techniques. ‘Charlie Chaplin would be full of admiration’ (BBC Radio). www.vamostheatre.co.uk 26 May 2pm - 3pm £10 (£9)

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MAKING FRIENDS WITH THE IMAGINATION Wolf at the Door

Brighton Buddhist Centre 33 J8 We will use group writing, stimulating discussion,and supportive feedback to discover the treasure chest of imagination, and learn how to use it in our daily lives. All levels of experience. www.wolfatthedoor.org 19, 20 May 10am - 4:30pm £80 (£30) Tickets are

purchased for the whole weekend. See website for pricing details. 15+ C216 MINDFULNESS4TEENS Mindfulness4Teens

Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Educational Friendly and fun introductory mindfulness workshop for teenagers. Benefits include reduced exam stress/ anxiety, improved sleep patterns, concentration, sport/ music performance and relationships. Ray teaches on the ‘Mindfulness in Schools Project’. www.mindfulness4teens.co.uk 9, 16 May 5:15pm - 6:45pm 12, 19 May 10:15am - 11:45am £15 (£12)

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Friends’ Meeting House 70 I9 Educational Two informative, relaxing workshops introducing myofascial anatomy, fascial stretching,and the mind/body connection. Learn about the body. Explore visualisation and reflective journaling for well-being. Practise myofascial stretching and hands-on bodywork. www.paincareclinic.co.uk 12, 19 May 10am - 4pm £80

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Komedia Studio 106 J8 Educational Get your message across and get ahead by learning how to use humour for confident, memorable, engaging presentations that really stand out. With the UK’s leading comedy trainer Jill Edwards. www.jill-edwards.co.uk 27 May 4pm - 5:30pm £25 (£22.50) 18+

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SOULFUL SINGING Brighton Buddhist Centre 33 J8 World Music African, sacred, uplifting and fun group harmony singing for all, with djembe drumming. Beautiful harmonies, beautifully simple, simply magic! NB 13th May will be a magical, mantra-based evening. www.soulfulsinging.co.uk 5, 26 May 2pm - 4pm 13 May 7:30pm - 9:30pm £8 (£7) 15+

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STAND-UP COMEDY WORKSHOP TASTER Jill Edwards Comedy Workshops

Komedia Studio 106 J8 Stand-up Have fun learning more about stand-up and how to use simple practical gag writing techniques for ideas, inspiration and comedy. With the UK’s leading comedy coach, Brighton’s own Jill Edwards. www.jill-edwards.co.uk 20 May 1:30pm - 3pm £20 (£15) 18+

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Providing support for local young talent PROUD SPONSORS OF THE BRIGHTON FESTIVAL FRINGE

Now in its third year, The Pebble Trust has given grants to more than 40 talented young people from Brighton and Hove. Here are some of our recent award winners: Jack, a pupil at Dorothy Stringer School, is one of the country’s best young cyclists.

Samantha, from Blatchington Mill School, is set to become a professional dancer.

Tom, from Varndean School, is a highly prolific, versatile and award winning writer.

The Pebble Trust Young Artists’ Platform Saturday 12th May at 7.30pm St Andrew’s Church, Waterloo St, Hove. A chance to see some of our city’s most talented musicians and performers whilst enjoying a complimentary glass of wine.

He won a bronze medal at the national youth track championships in Manchester last summer and put his grant towards accommodation costs and cycling equipment.

She has appeared on stage in numerous productions, including a two-year stint in Billy Elliot. She is a Senior Associate at the Royal Ballet School and is using her grant to further her training and travel to auditions.

He recently received a prize in the Trinity International Playwriting competition. He plans to use his grant to attend a residential creative writing course this summer.

This is a free event – please see fringe listings for further information.

Applications for a Talent Grant can be made via schools and with the support of a teacher The next deadline for application is 1st June 2012 For more information please contact louise@pebbletrust.org

www.pebbletrust.org Registered Charity Number: 1129132

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Wednesday 25 April 2012

Visual Arts page 66 Youth Arts Festival 7:30pm

Thursday 26 April 2012

Theatre page 49

The Cheeky Chappie 7:30pm

Friday 27 April 2012

Cabaret page 8

The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm

Theatre page 49

The Cheeky Chappie 7:30pm

Only in Brighton ... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Youth Arts Festival 10am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am American Graffiti Mural ... Midday

Saturday 5 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

WedneSday 2 May 2012

Divinely Bette 3:15pm, 7pm Kiss of the Red Menace 4:30pm, 8:15pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Slightly Unusual Comedy and ... 7:30pm The Pink Sinatra 8pm Spirit Sideshow 8:15pm Eve Speaks: A Musical Cabaret 10pm Professor Elemental’s Great 10pm Comedy page 15 Sun Salutations 101TM Midday Crimes Against Humanities ... 3pm Bourne ImprovABLES: Hilarious Improvised Comedy Show 3:45pm, 5pm Foil, Arms and Hog 5pm Aaron Twitchen: Quarter Life ... 5:45pm Beesquit 5:45pm Tea With Terrorists 6:15pm Cab Happy! 6:30pm, 8:30pm Comedy Power Hour 6:30pm I Can Make You Thin(K) 7pm In Vino Veritas 7pm Krater Comedy Club 7pm, 8pm, 10:30pm The Humble Quest For Universal ... 7pm What would Beyonce do? 7pm Funny Fillies!: Sajeela Kershi / ... 7:30pm A Nice Evening With Wallan 8:15pm Smorgasbord: Stand-Up ... 8:30pm WitTank 8:30pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm The Maydays present: The Fringe ... 9pm It’s Not Easy Being Yellow 9:30pm Jay Sodagar: Opinions are Free 9:30pm Pattie Brewster’s Friendship ... 9:30pm Filthy Weekender Comedy 10pm Joe Munrow: One Big Joke 10:30pm Lifestyles of the Shit and ... 10:45pm Off the Cuff Presents: ... 11:30pm

The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm

Level of Difficulty: Hard 5pm*

Tours of WW2 School Air-raid ... 4pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Spheres, Circles and Curves in... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am Youth Arts Festival 10am Kemptown Artists Open House... 11am

Saturdays@emmaus 10am Brighton Bingo 11am Sussex vs West-Indies + Beer ... 11am Waste Of Space 11am Fringe City Midday If I ruled the World 12:45pm* Pussycat Club Live & Unleashed 11pm

Saturday 28 April 2012

Cabaret page 8

The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm

Theatre page 49

The Cheeky Chappie 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Youth Arts Festival 10am

Sunday 29 April 2012

Cabaret page 8

The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm

Theatre page 49 The Cheeky Chappie 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Youth Arts Festival 10am

Monday 30 April 2012

Cabaret page 8

The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Visual Arts page 66 Youth Arts Festival 10am

Tuesday 1 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm

Theatre page 49

Fever Pitch 8pm

Tours page 64

Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful...2pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts page 66

Spheres, Circles and Curves in...7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am Youth Arts Festival 10am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am

Cabaret page 8 Tours page 64

Thursday 3 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm Trouser-Wearing Characters 7pm The Miracle Berry Mystery Party 7:30pm Vive Le Cabaret! 8pm Professor Elemental’s Great... 10pm Comedy page 15 Krater Comedy Club 8pm Theatre page 49 Fetish Knights 8:30pm The Cheeky Chappie 8:30pm Boogaloo Stu’s Pop Magic 10pm

Tours page 64

Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Spheres, Circles and Curves ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am Youth Arts Festival 10am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am

Friday 4 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Trouser-Wearing Characters 7pm Eve Speaks: A Musical Cabaret 10pm Professor Elemental’s Great ... 10pm Comedy page 15 Cab Happy! 6:30pm, 8:30pm Krater Comedy Club 8pm McNeil and Pamphilon 8:30pm The Maydays present: The Fringe ... 9pm

Literature page 37

PIGHOG on the Fringe Bali ... 4pm WordJam Fridays 7:30pm

Music page 41

The Ouse Valley Singles Club 7pm Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus: ... 7:30pm The Soldier’s Tale 7:30pm Flowers For The Living 8pm White Mink - Electro Swing ... 8pm

Theatre page 49

Domestic Bits 5pm Bug by Tracy Letts 5:45pm pieces to fit_3 7pm Fetish Knights 7:30pm, 9:45pm The Cheeky Chappie 8:30pm White Rabbit, Red Rabbit 8:30pm World of Wrong 10pm

Tours page 64

Famous Brighton Back ... 11am, 7pm

Dance page 27

Events page 29

Kids page 33

Millionaire Mum and Me 10:30am* Mr Pineapple Head Midday Snow White 1:30pm Hansel and Gretel 2pm, 4pm Spook Circus 2pm Lapin Wants Ice-Cream 3:30pm

Literature page 37

The Unquiet Dead 1pm PIGHOG on the Fringe Bali ... 4pm

Music page 41

Piano Recital Bach and Beethoven 1pm Bach and Beethoven 1:15pm Bach, Beethoven, Brahms & ... 1:15pm Flowers For The Living 2pm, 8pm Jane Bom-Bane’s House 2pm* Mozart Coronation Mass 4pm Ronald Corp’s “Dhammapada” 7pm Bach Sonatas and Partitas 7:30pm Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus: ... 7:30pm Contemporary classical music ... 7:30pm The Black Fields + Support 7:30pm Vocal Gymnastics 7:30pm The Sussex Harmonisers in Concert 8pm WYND 9pm Patti Plinko 10pm

Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online

Kissing the Gunner’s Daughter 1pm* Puppet Paramour 1pm* Strandline 1pm Swimming in the Persian Gulf 1pm* Faulty Towers the ... 1:30pm, 8:30pm Gone But Not Forgotten 2pm* I Have Never Cared For Sunsets 2:30pm* Napoleon: A Defence 3pm Private Lives at The Grand Hotel 3pm Ragnarok: The Weird of the Gods 3pm A Small Museum of Displaced Sea 4pm And Nothing Turned Itself ... 4:30pm Threadbare Greebo 4:30pm Domestic Bits 5pm From Kabul With Love 5pm Bug by Tracy Letts 5:45pm I Am Google 5:45pm Birdy 6:30pm A Right Pair 7pm pieces to fit_3 7pm Fetish Knights 7:30pm The Lover, The Wife 7:30pm A Streetcar Named Desire 7:45pm Hanover the Musical! 8:30pm The Cheeky Chappie 8:30pm White Rabbit, Red Rabbit 8:30pm

The Making of a Woman 9:30pm

Tours page 64

Brighton’s Victorian Sewer ... 9:30am* Brighton Station Tours 10am* St Michael & All Angels 10am Tours of WW2 School Air-raid ... 10:30am Embassy Court Tour 11am Famous Brighton Back Passages 11am Piers and Queers 11am Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier Walk 6pm Votes for Women 6:30pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Red Rock to Royal Pavilion 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am Wealden Potters 10am Youth Arts Festival 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am Winter Memories 11am Kemptown Artists - 31Art Midday Kemptown Artists - Jay Collins Midday To You, Daughter Midday Living Rough - Rough Living 1pm Beach Party Animal 2pm*

Workshops page 69 Feast Your Senses 10:30am About Comedy: Stand-up ... 12:30pm Introduction to Sign Language 2pm Soulful Singing 2pm Labyrinth - A Walking Meditation 7:30pm

Sunday 6 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

2012FM Not The Olympic ... 2pm, 4pm Divinely Bette 3:15pm, 7pm Kiss of the Red Menace 4:30pm, 8:15pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 4:30pm, 7pm The Pink Sinatra 5:30pm Truant Trickster 6pm Darkling 7pm Eve Speaks: A Musical Cabaret 10pm Comedy page 15 Sun Salutations 101TM Midday Charmian Hughes: Charmageddon! 5pm Foil, Arms and Hog 5pm Aaron Twitchen: Quarter Life ... 5:45pm Beesquit 5:45pm Damian Kingsley: Work in ... 5:45pm Tea With Terrorists 6:15pm In Vino Veritas 7pm Naive Dance Masterclass 7pm What would Beyonce do? 7pm Matt Green: Playful 7:30pm Krater Comedy Club 8pm A Nice Evening With Wallan 8:15pm Funny Women Brighton Nights 8:30pm WitTank 8:30pm WeGotTickets... New Act ... 8:45pm It’s Not Easy Being Yellow 9:30pm Jay Sodagar: Opinions are Free 9:30pm Pattie Brewster’s Friendship ... 9:30pm The In Crowd with David Mills 10:15pm Joe Munrow: One Big Joke 10:30pm Legion of Doom Sketch Show 10:45pm Lifestyles of the Shit and ... 10:45pm

Events page 29

Sussex vs West-Indies + Beer ... 11am Waste Of Space 11am Tea Party Midday If I ruled the World 12:45pm* Boutique Cinema 4pm

Kids page 33

The Tim Bat Trick Show Midday Snow White 1:30pm Hansel and Gretel 2pm, 4pm Spook Circus 2pm Lapin Wants Ice-Cream 2:30pm Rolling on the Floor Laughing 3pm, 7pm Show Off 3pm

Literature page 37 The Unquiet Dead 1pm

PIGHOG on the Fringe Bali ... 4pm Stories With Tea 4pm

Music page 41

Flowers For The Living 2pm, 8pm Jane Bom-Bane’s House 2pm* Afternoon Recital with ... 3pm Astraeus Ensemble 3pm Three’s an Opera 7pm Bach Sonatas and Partitas 7:30pm Bank On Music 7:30pm Jazz Smugglers play Gershwin ...7:30pm The Moors 8pm

Theatre page 49

Kissing the Gunner’s Daughter 1pm* Strandline 1pm Faulty Towers the ... 1:30pm, 8:30pm Gone But Not Forgotten 2pm*

Swimming in the Persian Gulf 2pm Puppet Paramour 2pm A Streetcar Named Desire 2:30pm Napoleon: A Defence 3pm Private Lives at The Grand Hotel 3pm Puppet Paramour 3pm* Ragnarok: The Weird of the Gods 3pm I Have Never Cared For Sunsets 3:30pm A Small Museum of Displaced Sea 4pm And Nothing Turned Itself ... 4:30pm Found Stories 4:30pm Threadbare Greebo 4:30pm Domestic Bits 5pm pieces to fit_3 5:30pm Bug by Tracy Letts 5:45pm My Gay Best Friend 6:45pm A Right Pair 7pm Cheer Up, It Might Never Happen 7pm Fetish Knights 7:30pm, 9:45pm Kompact Cabaret 7:30pm The Lover, The Wife 7:30pm I Am Google 8:15pm Hanover the Musical! 8:30pm Pique 8:30pm, 9:45pm The Cheeky Chappie 8:30pm White Rabbit, Red Rabbit 8:30pm The Making of a Woman 9:30pm Cult of the Wrong 9:45pm

Tours page 64

Brighton’s long lost cinemas ... 11am Embassy Court Tour 11am Piers and Queers 11am Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Middle Street Synagogue 2pm Pavilion Gardens Café Historical ... 2pm The Original Brighton Cemetery ... 2pm Famous Brighton Back ... 3pm, 7pm Brighton Station Tours 4pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier Walk 6pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Visual Arts page 66 Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Perspectives of Brighton 9am Red Rock to Royal Pavilion 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Out of the Box 10am Wealden Potters 10am Youth Arts Festival 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am Farley Farm House Tours 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Brighton Experience 11am The Journey 11am Winter Memories 11am Kemptown Artists - 31Art Midday Kemptown Artists - Jay Collins Midday Me, Marionette - Graham Carter Midday To You, Daughter Midday Home 1pm Beach Party Animal 2pm*

Workshops page 69

Free Ki & Aikido Taster Sessions 10am A Masterclass in Stupidity 11am How To Get Noticed 11:30am About Comedy: Stand-up ... 12:30pm How To Nail Your Acting Audition 2:30pm

Monday 7 May 2012

Cabaret page 8 Divinely Bette 3:15pm, 7pm Kiss of the Red Menace 4:30pm, 8:15pm Truant Trickster 6pm Sadie and The Faded Ladies 7pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Three Balls and a New Suit 7pm Trouser-Wearing Characters 7pm Slightly Unusual Comedy and ... 7:30pm Des O’Connor: Stripped and ... 9pm Comedy page 15 Sun Salutations 101TM Midday Crimes Against Humanities ... 3pm Foil, Arms and Hog 5pm Aaron Twitchen: Quarter Life ... 5:45pm Damian Kingsley: Work in ... 5:45pm Tea With Terrorists 6:15pm Gerry Howell’s Parrot Fashion ... 7pm Michael Jackson Touched Me 7:30pm A Nice Evening With Wallan 8:15pm Off the Cuff Presents: ... 8:30pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm Geoff Norcott: Mothership 9:30pm It’s Not Easy Being Yellow 9:30pm Joe Munrow: One Big Joke 10:30pm Drew Cameron. Stand Up ... 10:45pm Legion of Doom Sketch Show 10:45pm Events page 29 Puppet Animation: Celebrating ... 10am Sussex vs West-Indies + Beer ... 11am Waste Of Space 11am Death and Mourning in ... Midday Kids page 33 Hansel and Gretel Midday, 2pm Mr Pineapple Head Midday Snow White 1:30pm Spook Circus 2pm Lapin Wants Ice-Cream 2:30pm Literature page 37 The Unquiet Dead 1pm

Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

Luna’s History of Madness 9:30pm

Music page 41

Flowers For The Living 2pm, 8pm Polyphony in St Barts with BCV 7:30pm Worsted Perform Chapology ... 7:30pm Kaz Simmons 8pm Fringe Club 10pm Theatre page 49 The Pirate daily online Kissing the Gunner’s Daughter 1pm* Strandline 1pm Gone But Not Forgotten 2pm* Swimming in the Persian Gulf 2pm Napoleon: A Defence 3pm Puppet Paramour 3pm* Two-Headed 3pm A Small Museum of Displaced Sea 4pm And Nothing Turned Itself ... 4:30pm Threadbare Greebo 4:30pm The Table - New and Improved! 5pm, 8pm Bug by Tracy Letts 5:45pm Antigone 7pm Cheer Up, It Might Never Happení 7pm Connection Unsecure: Continue? 7pm Chères Amies 7:30pm Fetish Knights 7:30pm I Am Google 8:15pm 15% of The Seagull 8:30pm White Rabbit, Red Rabbit 8:30pm The Making of a Woman 9:30pm Cult of the Wrong 9:45pm Pique 9:45pm

Tours page 64

Floating Memories: Walking ... 11am, 2pm Piers and Queers 11am Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 3pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Visual Arts page 66 Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Red Rock to Royal Pavilion 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am Youth Arts Festival 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am

Tuesday 8 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

The Revolution Will Be Sexual 6pm Trouser-Wearing Characters 7pm Balls Deeper 7:30pm Chap Hop Hoorah! 9pm Comedy page 15 And It’s Goodnight From Her 2pm Mutton Go Psychic 4:30pm A Little Commitment 5pm Tea With Terrorists 6:15pm Beesquit 7pm Mike Sheer in Undergod 7pm Kevin Precious: Remix 7:30pm A Nice Evening With Wallan 8:15pm Frenemies 8:15pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm Gary Colman... Still Rarely Rong 9:30pm Pattie Brewster’s Friendship ... 9:30pm Two Girls, One Hemlock Cup 9:30pm Gareth Morinan: Truth Doodler 10pm Joe Munrow: One Big Joke 10:30pm Drew Cameron. Stand Up ... 10:45pm Legion of Doom Sketch Show 10:45pm

Dance page 27

The City Will Crumble 7pm

Events page 29

Puppet Animation: Celebrating ... 10am

Kids page 33

Lost Props 10am Snow White 1:30pm Lapin Wants Ice-Cream 2:30pm The Gingerbread Man 4pm

Music page 41

Brighton Organists’ Lunchtime ... 1:10pm Lunchtime Concerts at the ... 1:10pm Flowers For The Living 8pm Jazz Jam at The Brunswick 8:30pm

Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online The In/Visible City 6:30pm Antigone 7pm

Cheer Up, It Might Never Happen 7pm Connection Unsecure: Continue? 7pm A Chandelier in my Kitchenette 7:30pm Chères Amies 7:30pm A Streetcar Named Desire 7:45pm Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues 8pm The Table - New and Improved! 8pm I Am Google 8:15pm 15% of The Seagull 8:30pm Faulty Towers the Dining ... 8:30pm Just Another Love Story 8:30pm Two-Headed 8:30pm White Rabbit, Red Rabbit 8:30pm

Tours page 64

Brighton’s long lost cinemas ... 11am

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Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Floating Memories: Walking Tours 2pm Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Floating Memories: Walking Tours 6pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Red Rock to Royal Pavilion 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am Youth Arts Festival 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am

Workshops page 69

Improvisation Skills for Business ... 10am

Wednesday 9 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

The Revolution Will Be Sexual 6pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm Balls Deeper 7:30pm The Pink Sinatra 7:45pm Chap Hop Hoorah! 9pm Comedy page 15 Mutton Go Psychic 4:30pm Tea With Terrorists 6:15pm Beesquit 7pm Geoff Norcott: Mothership 7pm Mike Sheer in Undergod 7pm Cock & Tail Inn 2: The 80s 7:45pm Gina Yashere 8pm Frenemies 8:15pm Jody Kamali: Dirty, Filthy, Rich 8:15pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm Gary Colman... Still Rarely Rong 9:30pm Karma Comedian 9:30pm Gareth Morinan: Truth Doodler 10pm A Little Commitment 10:30pm Drew Cameron. Stand Up ... 10:45pm Legion of Doom Sketch Show 10:45pm

Dance page 27

The City Will Crumble 7pm

Events page 29

Puppet Animation: Celebrating ... 10am Boutique Cinema 7:45pm

Kids page 33

Lapin Wants Ice-Cream 2:30pm

Literature page 37

Scrublands 6:30pm Fashion Tips for the Last Days 8pm

Music page 41

Brighton College Choral Society ... 7pm 19th Century Cello Quartets ... 7:30pm Barb Jungr sings Bob Dylan 8pm

Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online

The Department of Unreliable ... 2pm* Talking Heads Directed by Britt ... 6:30pm The In/Visible City 6:30pm Connection Unsecure: Continue? 7pm A Chandelier in my Kitchenette 7:30pm Chères Amies 7:30pm A Streetcar Named Desire 7:45pm Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues 8pm I Am Google 8:15pm The Department of Unreliable ... 8:20pm 1912 8:30pm Faulty Towers the Dining ... 8:30pm Just Another Love Story 8:30pm Pique 8:30pm, 9:45pm Radha is Looking Good / ... 8:30pm Two-Headed 8:30pm White Rabbit, Red Rabbit 8:30pm Tours page 64 Floating Memories: ... 11am, 2pm Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Tours of WW2 School Air-raid ... 4pm Votes for Women 6:30pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Scanning for Gold 2012 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am To You, Daughter 10am Youth Arts Festival 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am Miniclick, Pecha Kucha and ... 7pm

Workshops page 69 Mindfulness4Teens 5:15pm

Thursday 10 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

Loving London: The Capital Cabaret 7pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm Slightly Unusual Comedy and ... 7:30pm The Pink Sinatra 7:45pm Chris Hare The Mindboggler 8:15pm Comedy page 15 Mutton Go Psychic 4:30pm A Little Commitment 5pm Smutty Songs 6pm Tea With Terrorists 6:15pm Sinful 6:30pm

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Award-Winning Comedian Nik ... 7:30pm Cock & Tail Inn 2: The 80s 7:45pm Krater Comedy Club 8pm Jody Kamali: Dirty, Filthy, Rich 8:15pm The Revolution Will Be ... 8:30pm WeGotTickets Brighton Fringe ... 8:45pm Karma Comedian 9:30pm Meryl O’Rourke - Bad Mother 9:30pm Insert Comedy Here! 10pm Pig-with-the-face-of-a-boy 10:15pm Shaggers 10:30pm Hanks & Conran: Pigs In ... 10:45pm

Dance page 27

Small Talk 7pm

Events page 29

Puppet Animation: Celebrating ... 10am Waste Of Space 11am

Kids page 33

Flyaway Katie 10am Mrs McMoon Midday Lapin Wants Ice-Cream 2:30pm Huggers - Family Friendly Show 3:45pm The Gingerbread Man 4pm

Literature page 37 Scrublands 6:30pm Music page 41

Jane Bom-Bane’s House 7pm* Gargarin Sang a Hymn in Space 7:30pm Three’s an Opera 7:30pm Guitar Masters 2012 7:45pm

Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online

Shakespeare Unbound, Gift to the ... 5pm Growing Pains 5:45pm* Talking Heads Directed by Britt ... 6:30pm The In/Visible City 6:30pm Harlowís Monkeys 7pm Hedda Gabler 7pmI Am Google 7pm Journal of an Urban Robinson ... 7pm Twelfth Night or What You Will 7pm A Chandelier in my Kitchenette 7:30pm Doctor Faustus, The Imaginarium 7:30pm Twelfth Night 7:30pm A Streetcar Named Desire 7:45pm Anywhere Theatre Festival 8pm Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues 8pm Faulty Towers the Dining ... 8:30pm Radha is Looking Good / ... 8:30pm White Rabbit, Red Rabbit 8:30pm Forever 27 9pm Boogaloo Stu’s Pop Magic 10pm

Tours page 64

Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Floating Memories: Walking ... 2pm, 6pm Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Votes for Women 6:30pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 7pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Foto:Renewables 6am Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Scanning for Gold 2012 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am Youth Arts Festival 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am

Workshops page 69

Equity @ The Brighton Fringe 2pm

FRIDAY 11 May 2012 Cabaret page 8

Eccentronic present: We Won’t ... 5:50pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Slightly Unusual Comedy and ... 7:30pm The Pink Sinatra 8pm Forget-Me-Not Wears The ... 9:30pm Comedy page 15 ComedySportz Improv Comedy 4:30pm A Little Commitment 5pm The Great Puppet Horn Returns 5pm Tea With Terrorists 6:15pm Cab Happy! 6:30pm, 8:30pm Sinful 6:30pm In Vino Veritas 7pm What would Beyonce do? 7pm Award-Winning Comedian Nik ... 7:30pm Cock & Tail Inn 2: The 80s 7:45pm Krater Comedy Club 8pm Chris Mayo’s Identity Crisis 8:15pm You’re Amazing. Now Look At Me 8:30pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm Karma Comedian 9:30pm Meryl O’Rourke - Bad Mother 9:30pm Filthy Weekender Comedy 10pm The MindWarp Show 10pm Pig-with-the-face-of-a-boy 10:15pm Shaggers 10:30pm Hanks & Conran: Pigs In ... 10:45pm

Dance page 27

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm LUNA 7pm Infinity 8pm Small Talk 8:30pm

Events page 29

Puppet Animation: Celebrating ... 10am Waste Of Space 11am Shambhala Film Festival 7pm

Kids page 33

Flyaway Katie 10am, 11:45am Huggers - Family Friendly Show 3:45pm The Gingerbread Man 4pm

Literature page 37

Please note event titles may be abbreviated Scrublands 6:30pm WordJam Fridays 7:30pm

Music page 41

Jane Bom-Bane’s House 7pm* Goldberg Variations - Piano ... 7:30pm Pet Sounds v Sgt. Pepper 8pm Voodoo Funk: Kalakuta ... 8pm

Theatre page 49

The Pirate Daily Online The Prayer Meeting 1pm The Girl On The Platform 2pm Churchill’s Children 3pm Shakespeare Unbound, Gift to the ... 5pm Growing Pains 5:45pm* Unknown/Small Chances 6pm Talking Heads Directed by Britt ... 6:30pm Harlow’s Monkeys 7pm Hedda Gabler 7pm Journal of an Urban Robinson ... 7pm Twelfth Night or What You Will 7pm A Chandelier in my Kitchenette 7:30pm Doctor Faustus, The Imaginarium 7:30pm Twelfth Night 7:30pm A Streetcar Named Desire 7:45pm Anywhere Theatre Festival 8pm Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues 8pm Head Full Of Red 8pm The Importance of Being Earnest 8pm Vita & Virginia 8pm I Am Google 8:15pm Faulty Towers the Dining ... 8:30pm Murphy’s Legacy by Eddie Alford 8:30pm Radha is Looking Good / ... 8:30pm Forever 27 9pm

Tours page 64

Famous Brighton Back ... 11am, 7pm Floating Memories: ... 11am, 2pm Pavilion Gardens Café Historical ... 2pm Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier Walk 6pm Votes for Women 6:30pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Foto:Renewables 6am Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Scanning for Gold 2012 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am Youth Arts Festival 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am

Saturday 12 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

Eccentronic present: We Won’t ... 5:50pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Slightly Unusual Comedy and ... 7:30pm Les Petites Parisiennes 8pm The Pink Sinatra 8pm Spirit Sideshow 8:15pm Comedy page 15 A Little Commitment 2:30pm Crimes Against Humanities ... 3pm An Austrian and someone from ... 3:15pm Brighton Must Sees 4:30pm ComedySportz Improv Comedy 4:30pm Jessica Fostekew: Brave New Word 5pm The Great Puppet Horn Returns 5pm Rrrantin’ Free at The Quadrant 6:15pm Cab Happy! 6:30pm, 8:30pm Comedy Power Hour 6:30pm Sinful 6:30pm In Vino Veritas 7pm Krater Comedy Club 7pm,10:30pm What would Beyonce do? 7pm Award-Winning Comedian Nik ... 7:30pm Cock & Tail Inn 2: The 80s 7:45pm Tyhurst & Bond All About Us! 7:45pm Chris Mayo’s Identity Crisis 8:15pm Smorgasbord: Stand-Up ... 8:30pm You’re Amazing. Now Look At Me 8:30pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm Karma Comedian 9:30pm The Bob Blackman ... 9:30pm The In Crowd with David Mills 9:30pm Filthy Weekender Comedy 10pm The MindWarp Show 10pm Shaggers 10:30pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 10:45pm Pig-with-the-face-of-a-boy 10:45pm Test Tube Comedy 10:45pm The Revolution Will Be ... 11:30pm Nothing to Lose Midnight

Dance page 27

From Kabul with Love + Tracy ... 4:30pm Small Talk 4:30pm Fanti Acrobats International 6pm LUNA 7pm Eau Eau 7 8pm Small Talk 8:30pm

Events page 29 Plant Sale 10am

Puppet Animation: Celebrating ... 10am Saturdays@emmaus 10am Brighton Bingo 11am Waste Of Space 11am Fringe City Midday If I ruled the World 12:45pm* Journey to the Core 1pm* A Jumble of Fun 2pm In conversation with Tony Benn 2pm Free Talk: Classical Buteyko ... 3pm Shambhala Film Festival 3pm* Danceitation: Buddhist Wisdom ... 7:30pm

Kids page 33 Flyaway Katie 10am, 11:45am Deans Festival 11am Mr Pineapple Head Midday Spook Circus 2pm The Wicked Witch of Brighton 3pm Create a Magical Train Journey 3:30pm Huggers - Family Friendly Show 3:45pm Literature page 37 Here’s One I Like 7:45pm Music page 41 Letters to Paris. Ambrose Page, ... 1:15pm Jane Bom-Bane’s House 2pm* The 1969 Show featuring ... 2:30pm, 8pm Brighton Goes Gospel: Power Of ... 7pm The Lewes Barn Dance 7pm After our fashion 7:30pm Corelli Ensemble Soloist: ... 7:30pm The Pebble Trust Young Artists’ ... 7:30pm British Candlelit Classics 9pm Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online The Girl On The Platform Midday* Kissing the Gunner’s Daughter 1pm* The Prayer Meeting 1pm Vivascope 1pm* Faulty Towers the ... 1:30pm, 8:30pm Gone But Not Forgotten 2pm* Swimming in the Persian Gulf 2pm* Puppet Paramour 2pm I Have Never Cared For Sunsets 2:30pm* Shakespeare Unbound 2:30pm Churchill’s Children 3pm Private Lives at The Grand Hotel 3pm Puppet Paramour 3pm* A Small Museum of Displaced Sea 4pm Acting Funny 4pm The Department of Unreliable ... 4pm* The Black Dog and Other ... 4:30pm Growing Pains 5:45pm* I Am Google 5:45pm Something Fishy 6pm Unknown/Small Chances 6pm Birdy 6:30pm Harlow’s Monkeys 7pm Hedda Gabler 7pm Twelfth Night or What You Will 7pm Vita & Virginia 7pm A Chandelier in my Kitchenette 7:30pm Doctor Faustus, The Imaginarium 7:30pm Twelfth Night 7:30pm A Streetcar Named Desire 7:45pm A Right Pair 8pm Anywhere Theatre Festival 8pm Head Full Of Red 8pm Medusa 8pm Hanover the Musical! 8:30pm Murphy’s Legacy by Eddie Alford 8:30pm Forever 27 9pm Shakespeare Unbound, Gift to ... 10pm

Tours page 64

Brighton’s Victorian ... 9:30am, 11am St Michael & All Angels 10am Tours of WW2 School Air-raid ... 10:30am Brighton Station Tours 11am* Brighton’s long lost cinemas ... 11am Embassy Court Tour 11am Famous Brighton Back Passages 11am Piers and Queers 11am Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful .. 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier Walk 6pm Votes for Women 6:30pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Foto:Renewables 6am Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am Wealden Potters 10am Youth Arts Festival 10am Creative Arts Open House 10:30am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Brighton and Hove: Through ... 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am Winter Memories 11am Art Of Enlightenment Midday Kemptown Artists - 31Art Midday Kemptown Artists - Jay Collins Midday Titanic Hidden Histories Midday To You, Daughter Midday Home 1pm Living Rough - Rough Living 1pm Titanic Hidden Histories 1pm Beach Party Animal 2pm* Sky Lounge, Embassy Court ... 2pm* Titanic Hidden Histories 2pm*

Workshops page 69

Myofascial Connections ... 1&2 10am Mindfulness4Teens 10:15am Feast Your Senses 10:30am Freesounding voice and drum ... 11am

Sunday 13 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

The Lady Boys of Bangkok 4:30pm, 7pm The Pink Sinatra 5:30pm Eccentronic present: We Won’t ... 5:50pm Carte Blanche 7pm, 9pm Slightly Unusual Comedy and ... 7:30pm Sadie and The Faded Ladies 9pm Carte Blanche 9pm Comedy page 15 An Austrian and someone from ... 3:15pm Brighton Must Sees 4:30pm ComedySportz Improv Comedy 4:30pm

Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

* Denotes multi-performances Alex Horne: Seven Years In The ... 4:45pm Charmian Hughes: Charmageddon! 5pm The Great Puppet Horn Returns 5pm Damian Kingsley: Work in ... 5:45pm Rrrantin’ Free at The Quadrant 6:15pm Sinful 6:30pm Beesquit 7pm Gerry Howell’s Parrot Fashion ... 7pm Naive Dance Masterclass 7pm Mugging Chickens 7:15pm Susan Calman: Cat Lady 7:15pm Krater Comedy Club 8pm 5-Step Guide to Being German ... 8:15pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 8:15pm You’re Amazing. Now Look At Me 8:30pm WeGotTickets Brighton Fringe ... 8:45pm Gary Colman... Still Rarely Rong 9:30pm Two Girls, One Hemlock Cup 9:30pm The MindWarp Show 10pm Shaggers 10:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm The Grandmasters of Giggles 10:45pm

Dance page 27

From Kabul with Love + Tracy ... 4:30pm Fanti Acrobats International 6pm LUNA 7pm Small Talk 8:30pm

Events page 29

International Fringe Fayre 10:30am Waste Of Space 11am Brighton Mackerel Fayre 12:30pm Lilac Lark Fair 12:30pm If I ruled the World 12:45pm* Sell Your Show on the Fringe 1:30pm MyMiniDisco 2pm The Silent Movie Experience 2pm Shambhala Film Festival 3pm Boutique Cinema 4pm

Kids page 33

Herlock Bones & The Missing ... 11am* The Tim Bat Trick Show Midday The Amazing Adventures of ... 1:30pm Spook Circus 2pm James Campbell’s Comedy ... 2:30pm Show Off 3pm The Wicked Witch of Brighton 3pm Huggers - Family Friendly Show 3:45pm Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm

Literature page 37

Stories With Tea 4pm

Music page 41

Jane Bom-Bane’s House 2pm* Handel’s Ode for Saint Cecilia’s Day 4pm What on Earth? and Jupiter! 5pm Choral Concert, Saint Michael’s ... 6pm Movin’ Melvin Brown - Soul to ... 7:30pm Edana Minghella 8pm The Brighton Jazz Suite 8pm

Theatre page 49

The Pirate Daily Online Wild Horses Midday Kissing the Gunner’s Daughter 1pm* The Prayer Meeting 1pm Vivascope 1pm* Sporting Chance 1:05pm Faulty Towers the ... 1:30pm, 8:30pm Gone But Not Forgotten 2pm* Swimming in the Persian Gulf 2pm A Streetcar Named Desire 2:30pm Twelfth Night 2:30pm Churchill’s Children 3pm Private Lives at The Grand Hotel 3pm Puppet Paramour 3pm* The Comedy of Errors 3pm Wild Horses 3pm I Have Never Cared For Sunsets 3:30pm A Small Museum of Displaced Sea 4pm The Department of Unreliable ... 4pm* The Girl On The Platform 4pm Vita & Virginia 4pm Pinter’s Victoria Station & ... 4:30pm The Black Dog and Other ... 4:30pm Gogol 6pm Scallywags 6pm Something Fishy 6pm Unknown/Small Chances 6pm Wild Horses 6pm My Gay Best Friend 6:45pm Hedda Gabler 7pm The Making of a Woman 8pm Twelfth Night or What You Will 7pm Doctor Faustus, The Imaginarium 7:30pm A Right Pair 8pm Anywhere Theatre Festival 8pm Head Full Of Red 8pm The Importance of Being Earnest 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm Hanover the Musical! 8:30pm Just Another Love Story 8:30pm Murphy’s Legacy by Eddie Alford 8:30pm Forever 27 9pm

Tours page 64

Brighton Station Tours 11am* Brighton’s long lost cinemas ... 11am Embassy Court Tour 11am Piers and Queers 11am Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 2pm Middle Street Synagogue 2pm The Original Brighton Cemetery ... 2pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier Walk 6pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Visual Arts page 66 Foto:Renewables 6am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Perspectives of Brighton 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Out of the Box 10am Wealden Potters 10am Youth Arts Festival 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am

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Farley Farm House Tours 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Brighton and Hove: Through ... 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Brighton Experience 11am The Journey 11am Winter Memories 11am Art Of Enlightenment Midday Kemptown Artists - 31Art Midday Kemptown Artists - Jay Collins Midday Me, Marionette - Graham Carter Midday To You, Daughter Midday Home 1pm Beach Party Animal 2pm* Sky Lounge, Embassy Court ... 2pm*

Workshops page 69

Free Ki & Aikido Taster Sessions 10am Soulful Singing 7:30pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Slightly Unusual Comedy and ... 7:30pm Now! 2pm* ComedySportz Improv Comedy 4:30pm Not Treasure Island 5pm

Monday 14 May 2012

Comedy page 15

Walk Like A Black Man 5:45pm Rrrantin’ Free at The Quadrant 6:15pm 6 Foot Silly 7pm The SomeNews.co.uk Live Show 7pm Mugging Chickens 7:15pm Susan Calman: Cat Lady 7:15pm JIMEOIN - LOVELY 7:30pm 5-Step Guide to Being German ... 8:15pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 8:15pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm Now! 9:30pm Please Report Anything ... 9:30pm Stay At Home Dad 9:30pm Tania Edwards: Killer Instinct 10:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm The Grandmasters of Giggles 10:45pm

Dance page 27

Footprints 2pm Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Small Talk 8:30pm

Events page 29

Puppet Animation: Celebrating ... 10am

Kids page 33

Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm Rattle Tales 8:15pm

Music page 41

Milestones Play To The ... 7pm, 9:15pm Peter Straker’s BREL 9:30pm Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday Sporting Chance 1:05pm Gogol 6pm Scallywags 6pm Something Fishy 7pm Une Ile 7pm Anywhere Theatre Festival 8pm Head Full Of Red 8pm Medusa 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm Just Another Love Story 8:30pm The Making of a Woman 9pm East 9:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Foto:Renewables 6am Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Scanning for Gold 2012 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am Workshops page 69 Acting and Creating a Character 8:30pm Wanted For Crimes Against Jazz 9pm

Tuesday 15 May 2012

Comedy page 15

Not Treasure Island 5pm Brighton Must Sees 5:45pm Walk Like A Black Man 5:45pm Kevin Dewsbury In...Sane 6:15pm 6 Foot Silly 7pm New Act Night 7pm The SomeNews.co.uk Live Show 7pm Mugging Chickens 7:15pm Kevin Precious: Remix 7:30pm 5-Step Guide to Being German ... 8:15pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 8:15pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm Tick my Box & Fully Furnished 9pm Please Report Anything ... 9:30pm Stay At Home Dad 9:30pm The One-Eyed Men’s ... 9:30pm The Silky Pair: Open Up 10pm Tania Edwards: Killer Instinct 10:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm Test Tube Comedy 10:45pm The Grandmasters of Giggles 10:45pm

Dance page 27

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Footprints 7pm

Events page 29

Puppet Animation: Celebrating ... 10am

Kids page 33 Mrs McMoon 10am

Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm Troubadour Tales 5:30pm, 7pm

Music page 41

Brighton Organists’ Lunchtime ... 1:10pm Lunchtime Concerts at the ... 1:10pm Heavenly Harps 6pm Peter Straker’s BREL 7pm Nick Pynn with Kate Daisy Grant 8pm Jazz Jam at The Brunswick 8:30pm Fringe Club 10pm

Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday Sporting Chance 1:05pm Gogol 6pm Scallywags 6pm

The Man With the Golden Pen 6:45pm Something Fishy 7pm Une Ile 7pm The Café 7:30pm A Streetcar Named Desire 7:45pm Anywhere Theatre Festival 8pm Medusa 8pm My Name is Antonino Calderone 8pm Translunar Paradise 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm Faulty Towers the Dining ... 8:30pm Murphy’s Legacy by Eddie Alford 8:30pm The Jolly Folly of Polly the... 8:30pm Rachael’s Café 9pm The Making of a Woman 9pm East 9:30pm

Tours page 64

Brighton’s long lost cinemas ... 11am Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm The Hidden History of First Base 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Foto:Renewables 6am Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Scanning for Gold 2012 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am

Wednesday 16 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm Der Wurst of Der Wunderlich 7:30pm The Pink Sinatra 7:45pm Wanted For Crimes Against Jazz 9pm Not Treasure Island 5pm Beesquit 5:45pm Brighton Must Sees 5:45pm Walk Like A Black Man 5:45pm Kevin Dewsbury In...Sane 6:15pm 6 Foot Silly 7pm The SomeNews.co.uk Live Show 7pm Two Girls, One Hemlock Cup 7pm Michael Jackson Touched Me 7:30pm Cock & Tail Inn 2: The 80s 7:45pm Pants No Strings Attached 8pm 5-Step Guide to Being German ... 8:15pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 8:15pm Mike Sheer in Undergod 8:15pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm Tick my Box & Fully Furnished 9pm Please Report Anything ... 9:30pm Stay At Home Dad 9:30pm The One-Eyed Men’s ... 9:30pm The Silky Pair: Open Up 10pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm Test Tube Comedy 10:45pm The Grandmasters of Giggles 10:45pm

Dance page 27

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm

Events page 29

Puppet Animation: Celebrating ... 10am Boutique Cinema 7:45pm

Kids page 33

Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm

Music page 41

Heavenly Harps 6pm The Wind that Shook the Barley 6pm Peter Straker’s BREL 7pm The Iron Boot Scrapers Speakeasy 8pm The Mountain Firework Company 9pm Fringe Club 10pm

Theatre page 49

The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday Sporting Chance 1:05pm The Department of Unreliable ... 2pm* The Moscow State Circus 5pm* Gogol 6pm Translunar Paradise 6pm The Man With the Golden Pen 6:45pm Fleeto 7pm Lilies by Michel Marc Bouchard 7pm Twelfth Night or What You Will 7pm Une Ile 7pm The Café 7:30pm A Streetcar Named Desire 7:45pm Anywhere Theatre Festival 8pm My Name is Antonino Calderone 8pm Translunar Paradise 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm Down Came The Rain 8:30pm Faulty Towers the Dining ... 8:30pm Murphy’s Legacy by Eddie Alford 8:30pm The Department of Unreliable ... 8:30pm The Jolly Folly of Polly the... 8:30pm Wee Andy 8:30pm All Fingers and Thumbs 9pm Rachael’s Café 9pm

Please note event titles may be abbreviated

Tours page 64

Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Tours of WW2 School Air-raid ... 4pm Votes for Women 6:30pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Foto:Renewables 6am Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Scanning for Gold 2012 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am To You, Daughter 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Workshops page 69

Mindfulness4Teens 5:15pm

Thursday 17 May 2012

Cabaret page 8 PianoDivalicious! 3pm, 8pm Chap Hop Hoorah! 6pm

Loving London: The Capital Cabaret 7pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm Three Balls and a New Suit 7:10pm Der Wurst of Der Wunderlich 7:30pm Slightly Unusual Comedy and ... 7:30pm The Miracle Berry Mystery Party 7:30pm The Pink Sinatra 7:45pm Chris Hare The Mindboggler 8:15pm Diabolical 8:45pm Wanted For Crimes Against Jazz 9pm Comedy page 15 And It’s Goodnight From Her 4pm Not Treasure Island 5pm Beesquit 5:45pm Brighton Must Sees 5:45pm Walk Like A Black Man 5:45pm Kevin Dewsbury In...Sane 6:15pm Sinful 6:30pm The Hat Party 6:30pm Damian Kingsley: Work in Progress 7pm The SomeNews.co.uk Live Show 7pm Funny Fillies!: Sajeela Kershi / ... 7:30pm Cock & Tail Inn 2: The 80s 7:45pm Krater Comedy Club 8pm The Comedy Lock-In 8pm The Medic Revue 8pm Mike Sheer in Undergod 8:15pm Stand Up Scotland! 8:15pm WeGotTickets Brighton Fringe ... 8:45pm Guy Pratt’s Wake Up Call 9pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 9:15pm It’s Not Easy Being Yellow 9:30pm Insert Comedy Here! 10pm Not Safe For Anyone Comedy ... 10:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm Test Tube Comedy 10:45pm The Grandmasters of Giggles 10:45pm

Dance page 27

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Shutterland 9pm

Events page 29

Puppet Animation: Celebrating ... 10am Waste Of Space 11am Who’s Going To Save The Planet? 7pm

Kids page 33

Herlock Bones & The Missing Eggs 10am Snow Play 11am Watch The Birdy 1pm Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm

Literature page 37

Dare You Brave The Writers’ ... Midday PIGHOG on the Fringe: Shed Show 4pm Genteel Tipple Through Gin in ... 6pm Dr Frankenstein’s Travelling ...7:15pm A Séance with the Ogden Sisters 8:45pm The Charles Dickens Literary ... 10:15pm

Music page 41

Heavenly Harps 6pm The Wind that Shook the Barley 6pm Aubin Presents: Blue Rose Code 7pm Jane Bom-Bane’s House 7pm* Guitar Masters 2012 7:45pm A Gershwin Song 8pm Fringe Festival Buzz Party 8pm The Feel Good Choir 9pm

Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday Sporting Chance 1:05pm

The Department of Unreliable ... 2pm* The Moscow State Circus 5pm* The Man With the Golden Pen 6:45pm And No Birds Sing 7pm* Fleeto 7pm Irons/Dogging 7pm Lilies by Michel Marc Bouchard 7pm Speranza, Lady Wilde, Mother of ... 7pm The Lover, The Wife 7pm Twelfth Night or What You Will 7pm Rainbow Ride 7:30pm The Café 7:30pm Twelfth Night 7:30pm A Streetcar Named Desire 7:45pm Anywhere Theatre Festival 8pm My Name is Antonino Calderone 8pm The Importance of Being Earnest 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm The Department of Unreliable ... 8:20pm Faulty Towers the Dining ... 8:30pm More Lives Than One - Oscar ... 8:30pm Murphy’s Legacy by Eddie Alford 8:30pm The Jolly Folly of Polly the... 8:30pm Wee Andy 8:30pm

All Fingers and Thumbs 9pm Down Came The Rain 9pm Rachael’s Café 9pm Sam Halmarack & The ... 9:30pm Boogaloo Stu’s Pop Magic 10pm

Tours page 64

Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Votes for Women 6:30pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 7pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Foto:Renewables 6am Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Scanning for Gold 2012 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Friday 18 May 2012

Cabaret page 8 PianoDivalicious! 3pm, 8pm Marouchka Black 4:30pm

Eccentronic present: We Won’t ... 5:50pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Slightly Unusual Comedy and ... 7:30pm Copperdollar: The Back Of Beyond 8pm The Pink Sinatra 8pm Alive & Swinging with Marilyn ... 9pm Professor Elemental’s Great 10pm Age of the Geek 3pm Comedy page 15 6 Foot Silly 4:30pm Not Treasure Island 5pm Beesquit 5:45pm Nathan Cassidy: Generous ... 5:45pm Lights! Camera! Improvise! 6pm Jem Brookes - Thumbs Up 6:15pm Sinful 6:30pm The Hat Party 6:30pm In Vino Veritas 7pm The SomeNews.co.uk Live Show 7pm What would Beyonce do? 7pm Funny Fillies!: Sajeela Kershi / ... 7:30pm Cock & Tail Inn 2: The 80s 7:45pm Tyhurst & Bond All About Us! 7:45pm Krater Comedy Club 8pm The Medic Revue 8pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 8:15pm Manos The Greek: An ... 8:15pm Stand Up Scotland! 8:15pm Bad Bread: 10 Things to sniff ... 8:30pm McNeil and Pamphilon 8:30pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm The Maydays present: The Fringe ... 9pm Discograffiti - Songwriting ... 9:30pm Meditation Ruined My Life 9:30pm Powell to the people 9:30pm Rob Deb Dork Knight Triumphant 9:30pm Filthy Weekender Comedy 10pm The Curse of Horse and Louis 10pm Not Safe For Anyone Comedy ... 10:30pm Phil Kay: Feral Will 10:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm Mike Sheer in Undergod 10:45pm The Grandmasters of Giggles 10:45pm

Dance page 27

Walking a fine line 2pm Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Shutterland 9pm

Events page 29

Spotlight seminar 9am Puppet Animation: Celebrating ... 10am Waste Of Space 11am Bathing Machines to Beach Huts 2pm A brief history of seaside ... 4pm

Kids page 33

Herlock Bones & The Missing Eggs 10am Snow Play 11am Watch The Birdy 1pm Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm

Literature page 37

PIGHOG on the Fringe: Shed Show 4pm Literary Salon: SJ Watson SJ Parris 6pm Dr Frankenstein’s Travelling ... 7:15pm WordJam Fridays 7:30pm A Séance with the Ogden Sisters 8:45pm The Charles Dickens Literary ... 10:15pm

Music page 41

Giuliani Flute and Guitar music 1pm The Wind that Shook the Barley 6pm Balkan Beat Box 7pm Jane Bom-Bane’s House 7pm* Peter Straker’s BREL 7pm Hilser Flute Cello Piano Trio 7:30pm Jubilee Gem of Solos and Duets 7:30pm Paul Diello and Friends 7:30pm The Show Must Go On 7:30pm Africa Unite 2012 8pm Fantasticus 8:30pm

Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday Sporting Chance 1:05pm

The Moscow State Circus 5pm* Down Came The Rain 5:30pm Unknown/Small Chances 6pm The Racecourse Project 6:30pm And No Birds Sing 7pm* Fleeto 7pm Irons/Dogging 7pm

Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

* Denotes multi-performances

Lilies by Michel Marc Bouchard 7pm Speranza, Lady Wilde, Mother of ... 7pm The Jolly Folly of Polly the... 7pm Twelfth Night or What You Will 7pm Coward at Sea 7:30pm Doctor Faustus, The Imaginarium 7:30pm Rainbow Ride 7:30pm The Lover, The Wife 7:30pm Triptych 7:30pm Twelfth Night 7:30pm A Streetcar Named Desire 7:45pm Anywhere Theatre Festival 8pm My Name is Antonino Calderone 8pm The Importance of Being Earnest 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm Faulty Towers the Dining ... 8:30pm More Lives Than One - Oscar ... 8:30pm Murphy’s Legacy by Eddie Alford 8:30pm The Racecourse Project 8:30pm Wee Andy 8:30pm All Fingers and Thumbs 9pm Sam Halmarack & The ... 9:30pm

Tours page 64

Famous Brighton Back 11am, 7pm Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier Walk 6pm Votes for Women 6:30pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts page 66

Foto:Renewables 6am Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Scanning for Gold 2012 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm Lessons of Darkness 7pm

Saturday 19 May 2012

Cabaret page 8 PianoDivalicious! 3pm, 8pm Marouchka Black 4:30pm

Trouser-Wearing Characters 5pm Eccentronic present: We Won’t ... 5:50pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Slightly Unusual Comedy and ... 7:30pm Copperdollar: The Back Of Beyond 8pm The Pink Sinatra 8pm Spirit Sideshow 8:15pm Alive & Swinging with Marilyn ... 9pm Comedy page 15 O Fairbrother, Where Art Thou? 2pm Age of the Geek 3pm Andy Thomas & Rob Maloney 3pm An Austrian and someone from ... 3:15pm 6 Foot Silly 4:30pm Keep Calm And Clara On 4:30pm Jessica Fostekew: Brave New Word 5pm The Beta Males: The Space Race 5pm Giacinto Palmieri: Pagliaccio 5:45pm Nathan Cassidy: Generous ... 5:45pm Jem Brookes - Thumbs Up 6:15pm Sinful 6:30pm The Hat Party 6:30pm In Vino Veritas 7pm Krater Comedy Club 7pm, 8pm, 10:30pm Scottish Falsetto Socks - Boo ... 7pm The SomeNews.co.uk Live Show 7pm Funny Fillies!: Sajeela Kershi / ... 7:30pm Cock & Tail Inn 2: The 80s 7:45pm Tyhurst & Bond All About Us! 7:45pm Lesbilicious presents... 8pm The Medic Revue 8pm A Beginner’s Guide To Betting 8:15pm Manos The Greek: An ... 8:15pm Bad Bread: 10 Things to sniff ... 8:30pm Smorgasbord: Stand-Up ... 8:30pm The Three Englishmen 8:30pm Best of Late Night Gimp Fight! 8:45pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm Discograffiti - Songwriting ... 9:30pm Meditation Ruined My Life 9:30pm Powell to the people 9:30pm Rob Deb Dork Knight Triumphant 9:30pm Filthy Weekender Comedy 10pm The Curse of Horse and Louis 10pm Jesus: The Guantanamo Years 10pm Phil Kay: Feral Will 10:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm Mike Sheer in Undergod 10:45pm The Grandmasters of Giggles 10:45pm The Revolution Will Be Sexual ... 11:40pm Not Safe For Anyone Comedy ... 11:45pm Nothing to Lose Midnight

Dance page 27

Walking a fine line 2pm Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Shutterland 9pm

Events page 29

Saturdays@emmaus 10am Brighton Bingo 11am Fringe City Family Picnic 11am St Ann’s Well Gardens Spring ... 11am Fringe City Midday Waste Of Space 11am Death and Mourning in ... Midday If I ruled the World 12:45pm* We Can Afford Welfare AND ...! 2pm

Kids page 33

Herlock Bones & The Missing Eggs 10am Snow Play 11am The Amazing Adventures of ... 11:30am Mr Pineapple Head Midday

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Literature page 37

Stuffing Peter Rabbit 3pm PIGHOG on the Fringe: Shed Show 4pm Flash Fiction Slam: Ultimate Story ... 6pm Here’s One I Like 6:30pm Dr Frankenstein’s Travelling ... 7:15pm A Séance with the Ogden Sisters 8:45pm The Charles Dickens Literary ... 10:15pm

Music

Four Play 2pm Jane Bom-Bane’s House 2pm* Peter Straker’s BREL 4:30pm Ska Kestra 7pm Bach B Minor Mass St Pauls 7:30pm Dave Stewart 7:30pm Sussex Symphony Orchestra: ... 7:30pm The Gypsy Piano Trio 7:30pm The Show Must Go On 7:30pm Three’s an Opera 7:30pm Vocal Explosion Choir at WoWo 8pm Cajun Zydeco Party II 8:30pm O Frabjuous Day 10pm Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday GreenandPleasantLand 1pm* Kissing the Gunner’s Daughter 1pm* Puppet Paramour 1pm Two-Headed 1pm Vivascope 1pm* Sporting Chance 1:05pm Faulty Towers the ... 1:30pm, 8:30pm Gone But Not Forgotten 2pm* Swimming in the Persian Gulf 2pm I Have Never Cared For Sunsets 2:30pm* My Big Gay Italian Wedding 3pm My Name is Antonino Calderone 3pm Private Lives at The Grand Hotel 3pm Puppet Paramour 3pm* Radio 3pm The Moscow State Circus 3pm* Triptych 3pm Lone Star 3:30pm A Small Museum of Displaced Sea 4pm The Comedy of Errors 4:30pm Down Came The Rain 5:30pm Pinter’s Victoria Station & Family ... 6pm Unknown/Small Chances 6pm John, Antonio and Nancy 6:30pm Lilies by Michel Marc Bouchard 6:30pm The Racecourse Project 6:30pm And No Birds Sing 7pm* Fleeto 7pm Irons/Dogging 7pm Journal of an Urban Robinson ... 7pm Speranza, Lady Wilde, Mother of ... 7pm The Angel and the Fiend 7pm The Jolly Folly of Polly the... 7pm Doctor Faustus, The Imaginarium 7:30pm Rainbow Ride 7:30pm The Café 7:30pm The Lover, The Wife 7:30pm Triptych 7:30pm Twelfth Night 7:30pm A Streetcar Named Desire 7:45pm The Picture of Dorian Gray 7:45pm Anywhere Theatre Festival 8pm Medusa 8pm My Name is Antonino Calderone 8pm Screaming Inside 8pm The Importance of Being Earnest 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm Hanover the Musical! 8:30pm More Lives Than One - Oscar ... 8:30pm Murphy’s Legacy by Eddie Alford 8:30pm The Racecourse Project 8:30pm Wee Andy 8:30pm All Fingers and Thumbs 9pm Sam Halmarack & The ... 9:30pm

Tours page 64

Brighton’s Victorian Sewer ... 9:30am, 11am St Michael & All Angels 10am Tours of WW2 School Air-raid ... 10:30am Brighton Station Tours 11am* Brighton’s long lost cinemas ... 11am Embassy Court Tour 11am Famous Brighton Back Passages 11am Piers and Queers 11am Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier Walk 6pm Votes for Women 6:30pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts page 66 Foto:Renewables 6am

Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am Wealden Potters 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Brighton and Hove: Through ... 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am Winter Memories 11am Art Of Enlightenment Midday Kemptown Artists - 31Art Midday Kemptown Artists - Jay Collins Midday Titanic Hidden Histories Midday To You, Daughter Midday Home 1pm Living Rough - Rough Living 1pm Titanic Hidden Histories 1pm*

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Beach Party Animal 2pm* Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Workshops page 69

Making friends with the ... 10am Myofascial Connections ... 10am Mindfulness4Teens 10:15am Feast Your Senses 10:30am Introduction to Sign Language 2pm Labyrinth - A Walking Meditation 7:30pm

Sunday 20 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

Marouchka Black 4:30pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 4:30pm, 7pm Trouser-Wearing Characters 5pm The Pink Sinatra 5:30pm Eccentronic present: We Won’t ... 5:50pm Copperdollar: The Back Of Beyond 8pm Pandora’s Box 8:15pm Alive & Swinging with Marilyn ... 9pm Comedy page 15 Age of the Geek 3pm An Austrian and someone from ... 3:15pm Keep Calm And Clara On 4:30pm Scottish Falsetto Socks - Boo ... 4:30pm Charmian Hughes: Charmageddon! 5pm The Beta Males: The Space Race 5pm Giacinto Palmieri: Pagliaccio 5:45pm Jem Brookes - Thumbs Up 6:15pm Sinful 6:30pm The Bus Show 6:30pm Damian Kingsley: Work in Progress 7pm Gerry Howell’s Parrot Fashion ... 7pm The SomeNews.co.uk Live Show 7pm Crimes Against Humanities ... 7:30pm Michael Jackson Touched Me 7:30pm Isy Suttie: Pearl and Dave 8pm Krater Comedy Club 8pm A Beginner’s Guide To Betting 8:15pm The Dirty Uncle Comedy ... 8:15pm The Three Englishmen 8:30pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm The Segue Sisters 8:45pm The Scary Mary Sketch Show 9:15pm Andy Thomas & Rob Maloney 9:30pm Please Report Anything ... 9:30pm Powell to the people 9:30pm Rob Deb Dork Knight Triumphant 9:30pm The Curse of Horse and Louis 10pm Phil Kay: Feral Will 10:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm The Grandmasters of Giggles 10:45pm Not Safe For Anyone Comedy ... 11:45pm

Dance page 27

Walking a fine line 2pm Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Her Right Mind 6:45pm Shutterland 9pm

Events page 29

Spring Seedling Swap 10am Waste Of Space 11am If I ruled the World 12:45pm* Boutique Cinema 4pm

Kids page 33 Snow Play 11am

Twelve Wild Ducks 11am Mr Pineapple Head Midday The Tim Bat Trick Show Midday Wonderlands: Triple Bill of ... Midday Big Gig For Little Monsters 1pm Watch The Birdy 1pm The Amazing Adventures of ... 1:30pm The Great Arctic Cape 1:30pm Spook Circus 2pm A Mosaic Puppet Theatre ... 2:30pm, 4pm Big Gig For Little Monsters 3:30pm Once Apop a Snickety Wow! 3:30pm Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm Street Dreams 5pm

Literature page 37

Stories With Tea 4pm Grandmother’s Footsteps 4:30pm Genteel Tipple Through Gin in ... 6pm Here’s One I Like 6:30pm Dr Frankenstein’s Travelling ... 7:15pm A Séance with the Ogden Sisters 8:45pm The Charles Dickens Literary ... 10:15pm

Music page 41

Jane Bom-Bane’s House 2pm* The Studio 9 Orchestra Live 3pm Rocksteady Tea Party 5pm J S Bach: Goldberg Variations 6pm The Phoenix Cantata 6pm Dialogues 8pm

Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday This Time Tomorrow Midday* GreenandPleasantLand 1pm*

Kissing the Gunner’s Daughter 1pm* Puppet Paramour 1pm Two-Headed 1pm Vivascope 1pm* Sporting Chance 1:05pm Faulty Towers the ... 1:30pm, 8:30pm Gone But Not Forgotten 2pm* Swimming in the Persian Gulf 2pm The Moscow State Circus 2pm* The Big Bite-Size Vintage Tea ... 2:30pm Twelfth Night 2:30pm My Big Gay Italian Wedding 3pm Private Lives at The Grand Hotel 3pm Puppet Paramour 3pm* Radio 3pm Triptych 3pm I Have Never Cared For Sunsets 3:30pm A Small Museum of Displaced Sea 4pm The Comedy of Errors 4:30pm My Big Gay Italian Wedding 5pm The Lover, The Wife 5pm My Name is Antonino Calderone 5:30pm Pinter’s Victoria Station & Family ... 6pm Unknown/Small Chances 6pm John, Antonio and Nancy 6:30pm Midnight at The Boar’s Head 6:30pm*

Please note event titles may be abbreviated

The Racecourse Project 6:30pm My Gay Best Friend 6:45pm And No Birds Sing 7pm* Fleeto 7pm Speranza, Lady Wilde, Mother of ... 7pm Twelfth Night or What You Will 7pm Coward at Sea 7:30pm Doctor Faustus, The Imaginarium 7:30pm Rainbow Ride 7:30pm The Café 7:30pm The Picture of Dorian Gray 7:45pm Screaming Inside 8pm The Importance of Being Earnest 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm Deckchairs 8:30pm Hanover the Musical! 8:30pm More Lives Than One - Oscar ... 8:30pm Pique 8:30pm, 9:45pm The Racecourse Project 8:30pm Wee Andy 8:30pm Lone Star 9pm The Chairs by Eugéne Ionesco 9:15pm

Tours page 64

Brighton Station Tours 11am* Brighton’s long lost cinemas ... 11am Embassy Court Tour 11am Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Middle Street Synagogue 2pm Pavilion Gardens Café Historical ... 2pm The Hidden History of First Base 2pm The Original Brighton Cemetery ... 2pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier Walk 6pm Only in Brighton... 7pm

Visual Arts page 66

Foto:Renewables 6am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Perspectives of Brighton 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Out of the Box 10am Wealden Potters 10am Diverse, Inspiring, Motivating ... 10:30am Farley Farm House Tours 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Brighton and Hove: Through ... 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Brighton Experience 11am The Journey 11am Winter Memories 11am Art Of Enlightenment Midday Kemptown Artists - 31Art Midday Kemptown Artists - Jay Collins Midday Me, Marionette - Graham Carter Midday To You, Daughter Midday Home 1pm Beach Party Animal 2pm* Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Workshops page 69

Free Ki & Aikido Taster Sessions 10am Making friends with the ... 10am Stand-Up Comedy Workshop ... 1:30pm

Monday 21 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

Marouchka Black 5:45pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Oliver Meech: When Magic ... 8:15pm Pandora’s Box 8:15pm Comedy page 15 Dave Baucutt: This Time It’s ... 5pm Joe Bor: Hoarder 6:15pm 5-Step Guide to Being German 2.0 7pm Helen Keen: Woman of The Future! 7pm How To Be A Leader 7pm Snigger Happy 7pm Michael Jackson Touched Me 7:30pm The Twitnits: On The Wire 8pm The Dirty Uncle Comedy ... 8:15pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm Morgan & West: Time Travelling ... 9pm The Scary Mary Sketch Show 9:15pm Beesquit 9:30pm Neil Hickey: The Nerve 9:30pm Stay At Home Dad 9:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm The Grandmasters of Giggles 10:45pm

Dance page 27

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Her Right Mind 6:45pm

Kids page 33

Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm

Literature page 37

Quintessential Anthology of ... 2pm Verse & Versus: Poetry Slam! 7pm

Music page 41 Carmen 3pm, 7:30pm Fringe Club 8pm Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday Sporting Chance 1:05pm Balloon 5:45pm

My Big Gay Italian Wedding 6pm, 8pm Romeo, Don’t Shoot Me Yet! 6pm The Making of a Woman 7:30pm What About Samuel? 7:30pm The Picture of Dorian Gray 7:45pm Medusa 8pm Screaming Inside 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm The Chairs by Eugène Ionesco 9:15pm Lone Star 9:30pm Pique 9:45pm

Tours page 64

Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm

Visual Arts page 66

Foto:Renewables 6am Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am

Scanning for Gold 2012 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am 2012 - A British Year 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Workshops page 69

Acting and Creating a Character 8:30pm

Tuesday 22 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

Marouchka Black 5:45pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Oliver Meech: When Magic ... 8:15pm Pandora’s Box 8:15pm Comedy page 15 Dave Baucutt: This Time It’s ... 5pm Brighton Must Sees 5:45pm Joe Bor: Hoarder 6:15pm 5-Step Guide to Being German 2.0 7pm Helen Keen: Woman of The Future! 7pm How To Be A Leader 7pm Snigger Happy 7pm Kevin Precious: Remix 7:30pm The Dirty Uncle Comedy ... 8:15pm Morgan & West: Time Travelling ... 8:30pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm The Scary Mary Sketch Show 9:15pm Beesquit 9:30pm Mike Sheer in Undergod 9:30pm Stay At Home Dad 9:30pm Neil Hickey: The Nerve 10pm LOLympics Live 10:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm Test Tube Comedy 10:45pm The Grandmasters of Giggles 10:45pm

Dance page 27

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Her Right Mind 6:45pm Headcase 7pm

Events page 29

Food for Thought Midday University of Brighton Product ... 1pm Scanning for Gold 2012 event 6:30pm United We Stand: Tackling Racism 7pm

Kids page 33

Lost Props 10am Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm Troubadour Tales 5:30pm, 7pm

Literature page 37

An Evening of Southern African ... 6pm PIGHOG on the Fringe @ Metrodeco 6pm The Last Tuesday Society: ... 6:30pm The Battle of the Trees 7pm PIGHOG on the Fringe @ Redroaster 8pm The Last Tuesday Society: ... 8pm The Last Tuesday Society: ... 10:15pm

Music page 41

Brighton Organists’ Lunchtime ... 1:10pm Lunchtime Concerts at the ... 1:10pm Heavy Load present Wild ... 7:30pm The Fretful Federation Mandolin ... 8pm Jazz Jam at The Brunswick 8:30pm The Ouse Valley Singles Club 8:30pm

Theatre page 49

The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday Sporting Chance 1:05pm The Moscow State Circus 5pm* Hourglass 5:30pm* Balloon 5:45pm Romeo, Don’t Shoot Me Yet! 6pm Attack of the 50 Foot Woman. 7pm Sanctuary 7pm What About Samuel? 7:30pm The Picture of Dorian Gray 7:45pm Faust 8pm Medusa 8pm Screaming Inside 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm You Left Me in the Dark 8pm Faulty Towers the Dining ... 8:30pm Interference Pattern 8:30pm Kin 8:30pm Pique 8:30pm, 9:45pm Radio 8:30pm The Chairs by Eugène Ionesco 9:15pm Lone Star 9:30pm Midnight at The Boar’s Head 9:30pm

Tours page 64

Brighton’s long lost cinemas ... 11am Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts page 66

Foto:Renewables 6am Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Scanning for Gold 2012 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Wednesday 23 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm The Pink Sinatra 7:45pm Oliver Meech: When Magic ... 8:15pm Pandora’s Box 8:15pm Approaching 80 8:30pm, 10:30pm

Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

* Denotes multi-performances

Comedy page 15

Dave Baucutt: This Time It’s ... 5pm Brighton Must Sees 5:45pm Mark Restuccia - Everybody ... 6:15pm 5-Step Guide to Being German 2.0 7pm How To Be A Leader 7pm Snigger Happy 7pm Cock & Tail Inn 2: The 80s 7:45pm New Venture Comedy Showcase 7:45pm The Dirty Uncle Comedy ... 8:15pm The Treason Show 8:30pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm Morgan & West: Time Travelling ... 9pm Beesquit 9:30pm Mike Sheer in Undergod 9:30pm Stay At Home Dad 9:30pm LOLympics Live 10:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm Test Tube Comedy 10:45pm The Grandmasters of Giggles 10:45pm

Dance page 27

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm

Headcase 7pm Events page 29

University of Brighton Product ... 1pm Boutique Cinema 7:45pm

Kids page 33

Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm

Literature page 37

The Story Surgery with ... Midday* PIGHOG on the Fringe @ Metrodeco 6pm Professor George Ritzer: Public ... 6pm A Literary Feast 7pm PIGHOG on the Fringe @ Redroaster 8pm Luna’s History of Madness 10pm

Music page 41

They Lived In Brighton 6pm 19th Century Cello Quartets ... 7:30pm Cubana Bop Play West Side ... 8:15pm The Ouse Valley Singles Club 8:30pm Fringe Club 10pm

Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday Sporting Chance 1:05pm

The Department of Unreliable ... 2pm* Attack of the 50 Foot Woman. 3pm What’s the Time, Mr Wolf? 4:30pm The Moscow State Circus 5pm* Hourglass 5:30pm* Balloon 5:45pm Romeo, Don’t Shoot Me Yet! 6pm Naked Homo Live! 6:30pm* Sanctuary 7pm Twelfth Night or What You Will 7pm Winston On The Run 7pm Doctor Faustus, The Imaginarium 7:30pm What About Samuel? 7:30pm The Picture of Dorian Gray 7:45pm Blonde Poison 8pm Faust 8pm Screaming Inside 8pm The Making of a Woman 7pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm You Left Me in the Dark 8pm Faulty Towers the Dining ... 8:30pm Interference Pattern 8:30pm Kin 8:30pm Pique 8:30pm, 9:45pm Putting It Together - Sondheim ... 8:30pm Radio 8:30pm

Tours page 64

Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Tours of WW2 School Air-raid ... 4pm Votes for Women 6:30pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts page 66

Foto:Renewables 6am Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Scanning for Gold 2012 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am To You, Daughter Midday Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Thursday 24 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

Loving London: The Capital Cabaret 7pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Les Cocque Ups! 7:30pm The Miracle Berry Mystery Party 7:30pm The Pink Sinatra 7:45pm Chris Hare The Mindboggler 8:15pm Oliver Meech: When Magic ... 8:15pm Pandora’s Box 8:15pm Approaching 80 8:30pm, 10:30pm Twonkey’s Kingdom. 9:30pm The Prohibition Charade 10pm Comedy page 15 The Tourists - A Sketch Show 2pm Dave Baucutt: This Time It’s ... 5pm Beesquit 5:45pm Brighton Must Sees 5:45pm 5-Step Guide to Being German 2.0 7pm I Can Make You Thin(K) 7pm Snigger Happy 7pm Funny Fillies!: Sajeela Kershi / ... 7:30pm Cock & Tail Inn 2: The 80s 7:45pm Krater Comedy Club 8pm Keith Farnan: Money, Money, ... 8:30pm The Treason Show 8:30pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm Morgan & West: Time Travelling ... 9pm It’s Not Easy Being Yellow 9:30pm

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Meryl O’Rourke - Bad Mother 9:30pm Mae-Day: I’m Not Waving, Iím ... 10pm LOLympics Live 10:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm Test Tube Comedy 10:45pm The Grandmasters of Giggles 10:45pm

Dance page 27

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Headcase 7pm Water Islands 7pm Contrasts 8:30pm

Events page 29

University of Brighton Product ... 11am Waste Of Space 11am The-Sound-of-the-Wind-in ... 8:30pm

Kids page 33 Mrs McMoon 10am*

Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm

Literature page 37

Quintessential Anthology of ... 2pm Literary Salon presented by i 6pm PIGHOG on the Fringe @ Metrodeco 6pm A Dirty Martini with Evelyn ... 7:15pm PIGHOG on the Fringe @ Redroaster 8pm Joyced! 8:45pm Boylesque! 10:15pm

Music page 41

They Lived In Brighton 6pm Jane Bom-Bane’s House 7pm* Guitar Masters 2012 7:45pm Fat Thursday Night 8pm Fringe Club 10pm

Theatre page 49

The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday Pericles 1pm Sporting Chance 1:05pm Single Cell 2pm The Department of Unreliable ... 2pm* Attack of the 50 Foot Woman. 3pm, 7pm What’s the Time, Mr Wolf? 4:30pm Mating in Captivity 5pm The Moscow State Circus 5pm* Balloon 5:45pm Naked Homo Live! 6:30pm* The Girl With The Iron Claws 6:30pm Sanctuary 7pm Speranza, Lady Wilde, Mother of ... 7pm The Last Lunch 7pm Twelfth Night or What You Will 7pm Winston On The Run 7pm Doctor Faustus, The Imaginarium 7:30pm Twelfth Night 7:30pm What About Samuel? 7:30pm The Picture of Dorian Gray 7:45pm Blonde Poison 8pm Faust 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm You Left Me in the Dark 8pm Faulty Towers the Dining ... 8:30pm Interference Pattern 8:30pm More Lives Than One - Oscar ... 8:30pm Putting It Together - Sondheim ... 8:30pm Radio 8:30pm Standards and Screwed 9pm Boogaloo Stu’s Pop Magic 10pm

Tours page 64

Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Votes for Women 6:30pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 7pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts page 66 Foto:Renewables 6am

Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Scanning for Gold 2012 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Workshops page 69

Equity @ The Brighton Fringe 2pm

Friday 25 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

Eccentronic present: We Won’t ... 4:35pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm How-to Read Minds & ... 7:15pm Lorraine Bowen’s Polyester Fiesta! 8pm The Pink Sinatra 8pm Pandora’s Box 8:15pm Approaching 80 8:30pm, 10:30pm Hip Hop Movie Block Party Special 9pm Divinely Bette 9:30pm Twonkey’s Kingdom. 9:30pm Bourgeois & Maurice... Started a ... 10pm Comedy page 15 The Tourists - A Sketch Show 2pm Daniel-Ryan Spaulding: How ... 3:45pm Dave Baucutt: This Time It’s ... 5pm Aaron Twitchen: Quarter Life ... 5:45pm Beesquit 5:45pm Jem Brookes - Thumbs Up 6:15pm In Vino Veritas 7pm Lenny Peters’ Comedy ... *Free* 7pm Rom Com Con 7pm What Would Beyonce Do? 7pm Funny Fillies!: Sajeela Kershi / ... 7:30pm Cock & Tail Inn 2: The 80s 7:45pm Krater Comedy Club 8pm No Poofs No Piano 8pm Damian Kingsley: Work in ... 8:15pm Discograffiti - Songwriting ... 8:15pm

Pappy’s 8:30pm The Treason Show 8:30pm A Kick In The Teeth 8:45pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm The Maydays present: The Fringe ... 9pm Meryl O’Rourke - Bad Mother 9:30pm Filthy Weekender Comedy 10pm Mae-Day: I’m Not Waving, I’m ... 10pm Max and Ivan Are ... Con Artists 10pm LOLympics Live 10:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm The Grandmasters of Giggles 10:45pm Five Came Down From London 11:45pm

Dance page 27

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm

Events page 29 Waste Of Space 11am

Bathing machines to beach huts 2pm A brief history of seaside ... 4pm

Kids page 33

Mrs McMoon 10am The Story of Harap Alb 11am Lost Props 11:45am Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm

Literature page 37

Hendrick’s Laboratory of ... 4:15pm PIGHOG on the Fringe @ Metrodeco 6pm A Dirty Martini with Evelyn ... 7:15pm WordJam Fridays 7:30pm Once Upon A Time In Brighton 7:45pm Krapp’s Last Tape Samuel Beckett 8pm PIGHOG on the Fringe @ Redroaster 8pm Joyced! 8:45pm Boylesque! 10:15pm

Music page 41

They Lived In Brighton 6pm Jane Bom-Bane’s House 7pm* Three’s an Opera 7:30pm Boogie Woogie Troop 8pm Nice Weather for Airstrikes ... 8pm We-Bop’s A Cappella Celebration 8pm The Master Blues Brothers 9pm

Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday Pericles 1pm Who Did I Think I Was? 1pm, 7pm Sporting Chance 1:05pm Single Cell 2pm What’s the Time, Mr Wolf? 4:30pm Mating in Captivity 5pm The Moscow State Circus 5pm* The Tuesday Group 5pm Balloon 5:45pm Winston On The Run 6pm Birdy 6:30pm, 9pm Naked Homo Live! 6:30pm* The Girl With The Iron Claws 6:30pm Blueprint 7pm Journal of an Urban Robinson ... 7pm Sanctuary 7pm Speranza, Lady Wilde, Mother of ... 7pm The Last Lunch 7pm Twelfth Night or What You Will 7pm Doctor Faustus, The Imaginarium 7:30pm Twelfth Night 7:30pm What About Samuel? 7:30pm The Picture of Dorian Gray 7:45pm Faust 8pm Right Time to Say I Love You 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm The Boat Project - Ship’s Log 8:15pm Faulty Towers the Dining ... 8:30pm Interference Pattern 8:30pm More Lives Than One - Oscar ... 8:30pm Standards and Screwed 9pm Tours page 64 Famous Brighton Back 11am, 7pm Pavilion Gardens Café Historical ... 2pm Random Access: Books, ... 2:30pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier Walk 6pm Votes for Women 6:30pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Visual Arts page 66 Foto:Renewables 6am Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Scanning for Gold 2012 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Art Of Resistance 10am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Saturday 26 May 2012

Cabaret page 8 Divinely Bette 3:15pm

Kiss of the Red Menace 4:30pm. 9:30pm The Lady Boys of ... 4:30pm, 7pm, 9pm Eccentronic present: We Won’t ... 4:35pm How-to Read Minds & Influence ... 7:15pm The Pink Sinatra 8pm Pandora’s Box 8:15pm Spirit Sideshow 8:15pm Twonkey’s Kingdom. 9:30pm Bourgeois & Maurice and Friends! 10pm Comedy page 15 The Tourists - A Sketch Show 2pm The Twitnits: On The Wire 3pm An Austrian and someone from ... 3:15pm Brighton Must Sees 3:15pm Daniel-Ryan Spaulding: How ... 3:45pm Jessica Fostekew: Brave New Word 5pm Aaron Twitchen: Quarter Life ... 5:45pm Giacinto Palmieri: Pagliaccio 5:45pm And It’s Goodnight From Her 6pm

Jem Brookes - Thumbs Up 6:15pm Comedy Power Hour 6:30pm The Maydays present: The ... 6:30pm In Vino Veritas 7pm Krater Comedy Club 7pm, 8pm, 10:30pm Lenny Peters’ Comedy ... *Free* 7pm Rom Com Con 7pm What would Beyonce do? 7pm Funny Fillies!: Sajeela Kershi / ... 7:30pm Cock & Tail Inn 2: The 80s 7:45pm Mark Steel’s In Town 8pm No Poofs No Piano 8pm Discograffiti - Songwriting ... 8:15pm Off the Cuff Presents: ... 8:30pm Smorgasbord: Stand-Up ... 8:30pm A Kick In The Teeth 8:45pm Laughing Horse Pick of the ... 8:45pm Jody Kamali: Dirty, Filthy, Rich 9:30pm Filthy Weekender Comedy 10pm Mae-Day: I’m Not Waving, Iím ... 10pm Max and Ivan Are ... Con Artists 10pm LOLympics Live 10:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm Test Tube Comedy 10:45pm Five Came Down From London 11:45pm Nothing to Lose Midnight

Dance page 27

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm

Events page 29

Saturdays@emmaus 10am Brighton Bingo 11am The Big Grin 11am Waste Of Space 11am

Fringe City Midday

Live Roller Derby 2pm Predication 2012, Life Academy 3:30pm The-Sound-of-the-Wind-in ... 6:45pm

Kids page 33 Lost Props 10am

Friends of Saltdean Lido Fun Day 11am The Story of Harap Alb 11am Much Ado About Wenlock 11:30am Mr Pineapple Head Midday Comedy Club 4 Kids 2pm Spook Circus 2pm Show Off 3pm The Wicked Witch of Brighton 3pm Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm

Literature page 37

Major Jack Union’s Victorian ... 4pm Genteel Tipple Through Gin in ... 6pm A Dirty Martini with Evelyn ... 7:15pm Once Upon A Time In Brighton 7:45pm PIGHOG on the Fringe @ Redroaster 8pm Joyced! 8:45pm Boylesque! 10:15pm

Music page 41

Solos and Duets 1:15pm Jane Bom-Bane’s House 2pm* Haunted Voices 5pm Songs From Musicals and ... 7:15pm J S Bach: Cello Suites 7:30pm Queen’s Diamond Jubilee ... 7:30pm Tenor Horn Piano 7:30pm The French Connection 7:30pm Nice Weather for Airstrikes ... 8pm The Blues Corporation Live! 8pm Fado with Claudia Aurora 8:30pm

Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday

Kissing the Gunner’s Daughter 1pm* Pericles 1pm The Terrible Shaman 1pm Vivascope 1pm* Who Did I Think I Was? 1pm, 7pm Sporting Chance 1:05pm Faulty Towers the ... 1:30pm, 8:30pm Gone But Not Forgotten 2pm* Swimming in the Persian Gulf 2pm The Oh Fuck moment 2pm* Private Lives at The Grand Hotel 3pm Puppet Paramour 3pm* Ragnarok: The Weird of the Gods 3pm The Moscow State Circus 3pm* A Small Museum of Displaced Sea 4pm Deckchairs 4pm A Midsummer Night’s Dream 4:15pm What’s the Time, Mr Wolf? 4:30pm Blueprint 5pm Mating in Captivity 5pm The Tuesday Group 5pm Balloon 5:45pm Arnold Wesker’s The Mistress 6pm Winston On The Run 6pm Birdy 6:30pm, 9pm Naked Homo Live! 6:30pm* Journal of an Urban Robinson ... 7pm Speranza, Lady Wilde, Mother of ... 7pm The Last Lunch 7pm Twelfth Night or What You Will 7pm Bug by Tracy Letts 7:30pm Doctor Faustus, The Imaginarium 7:30pm Ruby Mae, A Participatory ... 7:30pm Twelfth Night 7:30pm What About Samuel? 7:30pm The Picture of Dorian Gray 7:45pm Right Time to Say I Love You 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm The Boat Project - Ship’s Log 8:15pm Hanover the Musical! 8:30pm Interference Pattern 8:30pm More Lives Than One - Oscar ... 8:30pm Standards and Screwed 9pm

Tours page 64

Brighton’s Victorian Sewer ... 9:30am, 11am St Michael & All Angels 10am Tours of WW2 School Air-raid ... 10:30am Brighton Station Tours 11am* Brighton’s long lost cinemas ... 11am Embassy Court Tour 11am Famous Brighton Back Passages 11am Piers and Queers 11am Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 2pm

Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier Walk 6pm Votes for Women 6:30pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts page 66

Foto:Renewables 6am Perspectives of Brighton 7am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Out of the Box 10am The Brighton Experience 10am Wealden Potters 10am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Journey 11am Winter Memories 11am Kemptown Artists - 31Art Midday Kemptown Artists - Jay Collins Midday Titanic Hidden Histories Midday* To You, Daughter Midday Home 1pm Living Rough - Rough Living 1pm Beach Party Animal 2pm* Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Workshops page 69

Feast Your Senses 10:30am Soulful Singing 2pm The Full Mask 2pm

Sunday 27 May 2012

Cabaret page 8

2012FM Not The Olympic ... 2pm, 4pm Divinely Bette 3:15pm Kiss of the Red Menace 4:30pm, 7pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 4:30pm Eccentronic present: We Won’t ... 4:35pm The Pink Sinatra 5:30pm How-to Read Minds & Influence ... 7:15pm Kiss of the Red Menace 8:15pm Pandora’s Box 8:15pm The Lovely Brothers 8:30pm Sadie and The Faded Ladies 9pm Divinely Bette 9:30pm Twonkey’s Kingdom. 9:30pm Comedy page 15 The Tourists - A Sketch Show 2pm An Austrian and someone from ... 3:15pm Brighton Must Sees 3:15pm Daniel-Ryan Spaulding: How ... 3:45pm Charmian Hughes: Charmageddon! 5pm Aaron Twitchen: Quarter Life ... 5:45pm Giacinto Palmieri: Pagliaccio 5:45pm Jem Brookes - Thumbs Up 6:15pm In Vino Veritas 7pm Lenny Peters’ Comedy ... *Free* 7pm Rom Com Con 7pm What would Beyonce do? 7pm Matt Green: Playful 7:30pm Krater Comedy Club 8pm Damian Kingsley: Work in ... 8:15pm Pappy’s 8:30pm WeGotTickets Brighton Fringe ... 8:45pm Jody Kamali: Dirty, Filthy, Rich 9:30pm Five Came Down From London 10:30pm Cheap Laughs* 10:45pm Test Tube Comedy 10:45pm

Dance page 27

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm

Events page 29

Your Brighton Fringe 10.30am The Big Grin 11am Waste Of Space 11am The Silent Movie Experience 2pm Boutique Cinema 4pm

Kids page 33

Much Ado About Wenlock 11:30am The Amazing Adventures of ... 1:30pm Spook Circus 2pm The Wicked Witch of Brighton 3pm Revlon Scarlet Rescues the ... 4:30pm Troubadour Tales 5:30pm, 7pm

Literature page 37

Major Jack Union’s Victorian ... 4pm Stories With Tea 4pm A Dirty Martini with Evelyn ... 7:15pm Joyced! 8:45pm

Music page 41

Jane Bom-Bane’s House 2pm* Angelic Music 2:30pm Bank On Music 7:30pm J S Bach: Cello Suites 7:30pm Three Bonzos And A Piano 7:30pm Heather Cairncross with ... 8pm Nice Weather for Airstrikes ... 8pm Fringe Club 9:30pm

Theatre page 49 The Pirate Daily Online In My Shoes Midday This Time Tomorrow Midday*

Kissing the Gunner’s Daughter 1pm* Puppet Paramour 1pm* The Terrible Shaman 1pm Vivascope 1pm* Faulty Towers the ... 1:30pm, 8:30pm Gone But Not Forgotten 2pm* Ruby Mae, A Participatory 2pm, 7:30pm Swimming in the Persian Gulf 2pm The Moscow State Circus 2pm* The Oh Fuck moment 2pm* The Big Bite-Size Vintage ... 2:30pm Twelfth Night 2:30pm Private Lives at The Grand Hotel 3pm A Small Museum of Displaced Sea 4pm Acting Funny 4pm Deckchairs 4pm A Midsummer Night’s Dream 4:15pm What’s the Time, Mr Wolf? 4:30pm Mating in Captivity 5pm Right Time to Say I Love You 5pm Balloon 5:45pm

Tickets: brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72 . 01273 709 709

* Denotes multi-performances

Arnold Wesker’s The Mistress 6pm My Gay Best Friend 6:45pm The Last Lunch 7pm Twelfth Night or What You Will 7pm Bug by Tracy Letts 7:30pm Doctor Faustus, The Imaginarium 7:30pm The Tuesday Group 7:30pm What About Samuel? 7:30pm Under the Covers 8pm Wilde’s The Importance of Being ... 8pm Hanover the Musical! 8:30pm Interference Pattern 8:30pm Standards and Screwed 9pm

Tours page 64

Brighton Station Tours 11am* Brighton’s long lost cinemas ... 11am Embassy Court Tour 11am Piers and Queers 11am Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 2pm The Original Brighton Cemetery ... 2pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier Walk 6pm Only in Brighton... 7pm

Visual Arts page 66

Foto:Renewables 6am Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am KUTAC Show 9am Perspectives of Brighton 9am Brighton. Naked & Vulnerable 9:30am Collectable art from today’s ... 9:30am Out of the Box 10am Wealden Potters 10am Farley Farm House Tours 10:30am 2012 - A British Year 11am Kemptown Artists Open House ... 11am Romany Mark Bruce Exhibition 11am The Brighton Experience 11am The Journey 11am Winter Memories 11am Kemptown Artists - 31Art Midday Kemptown Artists - Jay Collins Midday Me, Marionette - Graham Carter Midday To You, Daughter Midday Home 1pm Beach Party Animal 2pm* Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Workshops page 69

Presenting with Confidence and ... 4pm The Amazing Adventures of ... 11:30am

Monday 28 May 2012

Theatre page 49

The Moscow State Circus 5pm* The Oh Fuck moment 7pm

Visual Arts page 66

Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Tuesday 29 May 2012

Theatre page 49

The Moscow State Circus 5pm The Alchemist 7:30pm Tours page 64 Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts page 66

Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Wednesday 30 May 2012

Dance page 27

Once upon a time... 7:30pm

Events page 29

Boutique Cinema 7:45pm Brighton Frocks Catwalk Show 8pm

Theatre page 49

The Alchemist 7:30pm

Tours page 64

Tours of WW2 School Air-raid ... 4pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts page 66

Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am To You, Daughter 10am Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Thursday 31 May 2012

Comedy page 15 Comic Boom 7pm Events page 29

Zeitgeist Catwalk Show 8pm Theatre page 49 The Alchemist 7:30pm

Tours page 64

Absolutely Brighton, the wonderful ... 2pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts page 66

Spheres, Circles and Curves in ... 7am 3pigeons woodcarvings 8am Me, Marionette - Graham Carter 10am Finnish Design in Brighton 5pm

Friday 1 June 2012

Events page 29

Brooksfest presents Circus ... 9am Theatre page 49 The Alchemist 7:30pm

Events page 29

The Ready to Wear Show 11am

Saturday 2 June 2012

Theatre page 49 The Alchemist 7:30pm Events page 29

The Ready to Wear Show 10am

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Venue Keys

Wheelchair Access

No Wheelchair Access

Disabled Toilets Bar

Off the Map

1 Shakespeare Street

Bandstand Café Bistro (The)

Brighton and Hove High School

Brighton Media Centre Gallery

Venue 37 Grid B5 1 Shakespeare Street, Hove, BN3 5AG A private house in Poet’s Corner, Hove.

Venue 297 Grid G9 Kings Esplanade, Brighton, BN1 2FN www.BandstandBrighton.co.uk Beautifully restored Regency Bandstand Café on Brighton Seafront.

Venue 207 Grid G7 Montpelier Road, Brighton, BN1 3AT www.actbrighton.org Large 300 seater theatre space.

Barcelo Brighton Old Ship Hotel (The)

Venue 36 Grid O1 Medical School Teaching Building, University of Sussex, Brighton, BN1 9PX www.bsms.ac.uk One of the buildings of the Brighton and Sussex Medical School.

Venue 73 Grid I9 Friese-Greene House, 15-17 Middle Street, Brighton, BN1 1AL www.mediacentre.org The BMC Gallery is committed to showing contemporary and innovative art, performances, music gigs and launches, right in the heart of Brighton.

31Art Venue 18 Grid M9 31a College Rd, Brighton, BN2 1JA www.31Art.co.uk Artist Open House.

32 Peacock Lane Venue 31 Grid G1 32 Peacock Lane, Brighton, BN1 6WA The open-air garden of 32 Peacock Lane, Brighton. Public access from rear, via Surrenden Crescent.

8 Eastern Terrace Mews Venue 178 Grid N10 8 Eastern Terrace Mews, Brighton, BN2 1EP Kemptown Artists Open House Trail.

96 Ditchling Rise Venue 19 Grid K4 96 Ditchling Rise, Brighton, BN1 4QQ Venue for Brighton Wealden Potters.

A All Saints Church Venue 7 Grid D6 The Drive, Eaton Road, Hove, BN3 3QE www.allsaintshove.org Enjoy a range of events in this glorious Grade 1 listed church in central Hove or the adjacent Church Hall.

Ambassador Hotel Venue 16 Grid K9 22-23 New Steine, Brighton, BN2 1PD www.ambassadorbrighton.co.uk Small intimate venue in New Steine with performance and exhibition space open daily for you to browse and be entertained.

Arch 260, Palace Pier Venue 321 Grid J10 Madeira Drive, Brighton, BN2 1TW www.southernwater.co.uk/sewertours For information and tickets visit website.

artrepublic Venue 41 Grid J8 13 Bond Street, Brighton, BN1 1RD www.artrepublic.com artrepublic features the latest cutting-edge prints from the contemporary art scene.

Asa Briggs Lecture Theatre Venue 293 Grid O1 Checkland Building, University of Brighton Falmer Campus, Brighton, BN1 9PH Lecture theatre in the University of Brighton Falmer Campus.

Venue 289 Grid I9 31 Kings Road, Entrance from Ship Street, Brighton, BN1 1NR www.barcelo-hotels.co.uk The most historical hotel in Brighton is an ideal and unique venue for performances.

Basement (The) Venue 472 Grid J7 24 Kensington Street, Hove, Brighton, BN1 4AJ www.thebasement.uk.com The Basement is the region’s leading purveyor of innovative and experimental performance.

Big Red Van (The) Venue 298 Grid J9 The Old Steine, Next to the War Memorial, Brighton, BN1 1DX Please find us in the disused bus lane next to the war memorial in the middle of the Old Steine.

Blatchington Mill School & 6th Form College

Venue 258 Grid I9 15b Prince Albert Street, Brighton, BN1 1HF Aubin and Wills retail store.

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Venue 83 Grid N10 83 St Georges Road, Brigthon, BN2 1EF www.brightonballroom.com Proud Brighton Ballroom offers a glamorous decor, decadent bar, boothed seating,extensive cocktails and dancefloor to dance the night away.

Brighton Buddhist Centre Venue 33 Grid J8 17 Tichborne Street, Brighton, BN1 1UR www.brightonbuddhistcentre.co.uk Brighton Buddhist Centre offers meditation, yoga, tai chi classes and an opportunity to practice Buddhism in an accessible way.

Brighton Corn Exchange Venue 460 Grid J8 Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1UG www.brightondomeevents.org Brighton Corn Exchange is one of the most versatile and stylish venues in the South.

Venue 124 Grid K6 25 Baker Street, Brighton, BN1 4JN

Blind Tiger Club (The)

Brighton Fishing Museum

Brighton Diamond Way Buddhist Centre

Brighton Media Centre Studio Venue 73 Grid I9 Friese-Greene House, 15-17 Middle Street, Brighton, BN1 1AL www.mediacentre.org Our Studio is used throughout the year for a variety of events - commercially, by professional and amateur artists, groups and societies.

Brighton National Spiritualist Church Venue 487 Grid K9 Edward Street, Brighton, BN2 OJR Cutting edge modernist curvaceous building completed 1965 - One of the largest spiritualist churches in the country.

Brighton Natural Health Centre Venue 23 Grid J8 27 Regent St, Brighton, BN1 1UL www.bnhc.co.uk A spacious light and airy studio space mainly used for dance and yoga classes, located in the North Laine area.

Brighton Racecourse Venue 47 Grid O7 Freshfield Rd, Brighton, BN2 9XZ www.brighton-racecourse.co.uk Ocean views, big and small event spaces, free car parking, creative spaces in the unique setting of Brighton Racecourse.

Venue 257 Grid K8 52-54 Grand Parade, Brighton, BN2 9QA www.playgroupbrighton.org The City’s newest and best café-bar venue, operated by Playgroup.

Venue 350 Grid I9 201 Kings Road Arches, Brighton, BN1 1NB www.sussexmuseums.co.uk/brighton_fish.htm Brighton seafront’s main museum arch is the focal point of Brighton’s fishing quarter.

Brighton Station

Bom-Bane’s Music Cafe

Brighton Junction

Brighton Town Hall

Venue 51 Grid K9 24 George St, Brighton, BN2 1RH www.bom-banes.co.uk Café with mechanical tables, delicious food and regular music events. Coolest place in town with the warmest of welcomes.

Venue 483 Grid J6 Isetta Square, 35 New England Street, Brighton, BN1 4GQ www.friendscentre.org Located in the One Brighton development, New England Quarter.

Booth Museum of Natural History

Brighton Ki Centre

Venue 184 Grid G4 194 Dyke Rd, Brighton, BN1 5AA www.booth.virtualmuseum.info Half a million specimens, natural history literature and data extending back over three centuries are housed in this fascinating museum.

Venue 32 Grid I8 North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YD www.brighthelm.org.uk Centrally located. Ten minutes from railway station and Churchill Square. Close to the North Laine.

Bali Brasserie

Brighton & Hove Senior School

Venue 118 Grid D8 Kingsway Court, First Avenue, Hove, BN3 2LR www.balibrasserie.co.uk Indonesian/Malaysian restaurant and bar. Venue for ‘Pig Hog on the Fringe’.

Venue 49 Grid G7 Montpelier Road, Brighton, BN1 3AT www.bhhs.gdst.net/Pages/default.aspx School building. Audience members will be guided to performance area from main entrance.

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Brighton Ballrooms

Venue 65 Grid A2 Nevill Avenue, Hove, BN3 7BW www.blatchingtonmill.org.uk An open space debuting works from the extended school community, projecting unique and personal images of Brighton and Hove.

Brighthelm Church & Community Centre

Aubin & Wills

Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Venue 21 Grid I8 12 Queen Square, Brighton, BN1 3FD www.kisociety.org.uk The home of Aikido and Ki based work in Brighton.

Brighton Little Theatre Venue 34 Grid H8 Studio Theatre, 9 Clarence Gardens, Brighton, BN1 2EG www.the-little.co.uk 75 seater studio theatre in the heart of Brighton.

Brighton Marina Venue 202 Grid O10 Brighton Marina, Brighton, BN2 5WA www.brightonmarina.co.uk A great location and complex providing everything you could possibly need from hotels and parking, to restaurants and family entertainment.

Venue 114 Grid I7 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XP For all tours meet outside the front entrance on Queens Road.

Venue 126 Grid J9 Bartholomews Square, Brighton, BN1 1JA ‘Titanic Hidden Histories’ event will be held here. Please use the back entrance, toward the rear of the Thistle Hotel.

Brighton Town Hall/Rear of Thistle Hotel Venue 15 Grid J9 Bartholomews Square, Brighton, BN1 1JA For ‘Famous Brighton Back Passages’ meet opposite the Thistle hotel, behind Brighton Town Hall.

Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project Venue 38 Grid K8 6 Tilbury Place, Brighton, BN2 0GY www.bucfp.org Large, open, spacious area with magnificent views over Brighton. Self service tea bar. Delicious cheap vegan meal at 1pm.

Brighton Unitarian Church Venue 39 Grid J8 New Road, Brighton, BN1 1UF www.brightonunitarian.org.uk City centre location, easy access public transport. NCP nearby. Disabled access/ facilities. Intimate and unique setting, with wonderful acoustic.

Tickets: brightonfestivalfringe.org . 01273 917 272 . 01273 709 709

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Venue Keys

Wheelchair Access

No Wheelchair Access

Brighton University Creativity Centre Venue 125 Grid N2 Cockcroft Building, Division of Engineering and Product Design, Brighton, RH20 3JB www.brighton.ac.uk/cem/courses/subject/ product.php Design studio used by the Product Design students. The exhibition will be set up within this large open plan space.

Brighton Youth Centre Venue 97 Grid K9 64 Edwards Street, BN2 0JR The most exciting space for children and young people. Youth related visual and performance arts is all here.

BrooksFest Venue 154 Grid E1 Hardham, Pulborough, RH20 1LA www.brooksfest.co.uk Festival site in lovely brookland river valley, superb views and atmosphere, camping for 4 days.

Brunswick (The) Venue 211 Grid E8 3 Holland Road, Hove, BN3 1JF www.brunswickpub.co.uk Hove’s premier entertainment venue. Excellent bar and restaurant with large wood panelled venue. Doors open sometime before shows begin.

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Dip Your Toe at Brighton Fishing Museum Venue 350 Grid I9 201 Kings Road Arches, Brighton, BN1 1NB www.dipyourtoe.co.uk Victorian Bathing Machine hosting minitheatrical performances and events.

Dip Your Toe at Brighton Station Venue 114 Grid I7 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XP www.dipyourtoe.co.uk Victorian Bathing Machine hosting minitheatrical performances and events.

Dip Your Toe at Churchill Square Venue 261 Grid I8 Churchill Square, Brighton, BN1 2RG www.dipyourtoe.co.uk Victorian Bathing Machine hosting minitheatrical performances and events.

Dip Your Toe at Madeira Drive Venue 116 Grid L10 Madeira Drive, Brighton, BN2 1EN www.dipyourtoe.co.uk Victorian Bathing Machine hosting minitheatrical performances and events.

Dip Your Toe at New Road Venue 117 Grid J8 New Road, Brighton, BN1 1UF www.dipyourtoe.co.uk Victorian Bathing Machine hosting mini-theatrical performances and events.

Dip Your Toe at The Hurly Burly

Chapel Royal (The) Venue 46 Grid J9 164 North Street, Brighton, BN1 1EA www.LCCR.org.uk Church with a small stage, within city centre.

Churchill Square

Venue 157 Grid K7 The Green in front of St Peters Church, York Place, Brighton, BN1 4GU www.dipyourtoe.co.uk Victorian Bathing Machine hosting minitheatrical performances and events.

Dip Your Toe at West Pier

Venue 261 Grid I8 Western Road, Brighton, BN1 2RG www.churchillsquare.com Churchill Square is the principle city centre retail location, a vacant store will be transformed into a multimedia exhibition site.

Venue 122 Grid H9 West Pier, Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2FL www.dipyourtoe.co.uk Victorian Bathing Machine hosting minitheatrical performances and events.

City College Brighton and Hove

Druids Arms, (The)

Venue 385 Grid J7 Pelham Street, Brighton, BN1 4FA www.ccb.ac.uk With modern facilities, City College Brighton and Hove offers various rooms for a wide range of activities and events.

Venue 353 Grid K6 79-81 Ditchling Road, Brighton, BN1 4SD Situated across from The Level this pub is a lively venue with a large selection of drinks.

Coach House Venue 80 Grid I9 59 Middle Street, Brighton, BN1 1AL www.coachhousebrighton.com Relaxed informal restaurant/bar in the Lanes Brighton.

Meet: Druid’s Head (The) Venue 476 Grid I9 9 Brighton Place, Brighton, BN1 1HJ Meet outside for the Ghost Walk of the Lanes.

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Farley Farm House Venue 92 Grid N1 Muddles Green, Chiddingly, BN8 6HW www.farleyfarmhouse.co.uk Sussex home of Surrealists Lee Miller and Roland Penrose.

First Base Day Centre Venue 343 Grid G7 St. Stephen’s Hall, Montpelier Place, Brighton, BN1 3BF First Base is a day centre for Brighton’s street homeless community.

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Brighton & Hove Venue 305 Grid G8 97 Montpelier Road, Brighton, BN1 3BE www.csbrighton.com Well located on main throughfare near Waitrose Carpark this classic building is light, airy with a lovely acoustic.

Friends’ Meeting House Venue 70 Grid I9 Ship Street, Brighton, BN1 1AF www.brightonquakers.co.uk Historic Quaker meeting house set in the heart of Brighton, in a lovely garden which welcomes all visitors.

G Gothic Chapel (The) Venue 446 Grid M4 Woodvale Extra-Mural Cemetery, Lewes Road, Brighton, BN2 3QB Victorian Gothic chapel with original stained glass windows, tiled floor, individual wooden pews and revolving coffin-bearer.

Grace Eyre Theatre Venue 172 Grid G5 36 Montefiore Road, Hove, BN3 6EP www.grace-eyre.org A fully accessible 60 seat theatre complete with sound and light equipment as well as café/bar facilities.

Grand Hotel (The) Venue 306 Grid H9 97-99 Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2FW www.devere.co.uk The only place to have high tea in Brighton. Enjoy it’s grandeur and splendour throughout May.

Green Door Store Venue 463 Grid J7 Lower Good Yard, under Brighton Train Station, Brighton, BN1 4FQ www.thegreendoorstore.co.uk Live venue & late bar in a grade 2 listed station basement. Open late, daily.

Gulliver’s Hotel

Concorde 2

Eagle Bar (The)

Venue 2 Grid M10 Madeira Drive, Brighton, BN2 1EN www.concorde2.co.uk A much loved music venue hosting some (if not most!) of the city’s best live music and club events.

Venue 388 Grid J7 125 Gloucester Road, Brighton, BN1 4AF Brighton most prominent Photography pub in the Lanes, with great food, drink (& fish!) along with a great vibe.

Venue 88 Grid K9 12a New Steine, Brighton, BN2 1PB www.gullivershotel.com An intimate evening venue, the Gulliver’s Hotel is the place to be.

Embassy Court

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Cornerstone Community Centre Venue 344 Grid E7 Church Road, Hove, BN3 2FL Community centre.

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Venue 62 Grid F8 Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2PX www.embassycourt.org.uk Iconic modernist 1936 apartment block, designed by architect Wells Coates, on the seafront.

Emmaus Brighton & Hove

Digital Venue 44 Grid I9 Old Ship Beach Arches, Brighton Beach, Brighton & Hove, BN1 1NB www.yourfutureisdigital.com Digital is a forward thinking hybrid venue that programmes both live and club events. Its Funktion One Sound system is world renowned.

Venue 53 Grid A6 Drove Road, Portslade, Brighton, BN41 2PA www.emmausbrighton.co.uk Emmaus Brighton & Hove. Café, Secondhand superstore, The Old Chapel shop, beautIful grounds and the secret garden.

F FaB (Food and Barista) Venue 341 Grid J7 64-65 North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YD www.foodandbarista.com

Hannah House Venue 490 Grid F8 Garden Flat, 12 Brunswick Terrace, Hove, BN3 1HL A comfortable parlour in a family flat.

Hanover Community Centre Venue 91 Grid L7 33 Southover St, Brighton, BN2 9UD www.hanovercommunity.org.uk Large, flexible ground and first floor halls with clear acoustics.

Happy Cell (The) Venue 109 Grid F6 121-123 Davigdor Road, Hove, BN3 1RE A natural health centre situated in the heart of Brighton and Hove.

Disabled Toilets Bar

Off the Map

Hendrick’s Library of Delightfully Peculiar Writings Venue 484 Grid J8 Jubilee Square, Brighton, BN1 1GE All aboard! Meet writers at our Literary Salon, brave the Dragon’s Den for Authors and savour a most unusual libation.

Horse & Groom Venue 307 Grid L6 129 Islingword Road, Brighton, BN2 9SH Spacious but cosy pub, situated in the heart of the Hanover district of Brighton.

Hove Methodist Church Venue 9 Grid A5 Portland Road, Hove, BN3 5DR

Hove Town Hall Venue 315 Grid D7 Norton Road, Hove, BN3 4AH A versatile venue with many rooms equipped with hearing loop facilities. NCP car park opposite and on the route of public transport.

Hurly Burly (The) Venue 157 Grid K7 The Green in front of St Peters Church, York Place, Brighton, BN1 4GU www.thehurlyburly.co.uk Solar powered, pop-up festival venue, with performing ushers. Theatre, puppets, music, cinema etc. Daytime family audience. Evening adult audience.

I Iambic Arts Theatre Venue 99 Grid J8 38 Gardner Street, Entrance on Regent Street, Brighton, BN1 1UN www.iambicarts.com Intimate boutique theatre, tiered 60 seater, sometimes café style. Gaudi-style mirrored stained glass bar. Little theatre, big heart.

Ink Spot Press Venue 167 Grid M4 Module B1, Enterprise point, Melbourne St, BN2 3LH www.inkspotpress.co.uk An open access printmaking studio.

Ink_d Gallery & Studio Venue 98 Grid J8 96 North Rd, Brighton, BN1 1YE www.ink-d.co.uk Ink_d is an independently-run, Brighton based art gallery, screenprinter and publisher. Exhibiting work from up-and-coming British artists.

iO Gallery Venue 94 Grid J7 Sydney St, Brighton, BN1 4EP www.iogallery.co.uk Opened in 1997, the iO gallery showcases an eclectic range of Brighton’s best paintings, sculptures, ceramics, glass and jewellery.

J James House Venue 107 Grid F8 2 Brunswick Terrace, Hove, BN3 1HN www.james-house.com Regency Grade 1 listed house with relaxed atmosphere and sea views.

Jive Monkey Theatre & Bar (The) Venue 61 Grid J9 5 Steine St, Brighton, BN2 1TE www.thejivemonkey.com Imagine a dark 1920’s speakeasy with the discretion of a gentlemens’ club and the excitement of a Berlin Cabaret.

Jubilee Library Venue 96 Grid J8 Jubilee Street, Brighton, BN1 1GE www.citylibraries.info Jubilee Library provides a modern and unique setting for any performance or event.

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Live Art Salon@Queens Park

Knoyle Hall Venue 379 Grid H2 Knoyle Road, Brighton, BN1 6RB www.brightonstjohn.org.uk This venue that belongs to St John’s Church has on road parking.

Komedia Venue 105 Grid J8 44-47 Gardner St, Brighton, BN1 1UN www.komedia.co.uk/brighton Award-winning venue in the heart of Brighton presents a large and diverse arts and entertainment programme.

Komedia Studio Venue 106 Grid J8 44-47 Gardner St, Brighton, BN1 1UN www.komedia.co.uk/brighton Intimate studio space with bar.

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LMNOP Studios Venue 245 Grid G7 17 Montpelier Place, Brighton, BN1 3BF www.lmnopstudios.com An approachable design agency based in Brighton.

Venue 95 Grid K9 14-17 Manchester St, Brighton, BN2 1TF www.latestmusicbar.co.uk Intimate and friendly venue in the heart of Kemptown, with a cabaret bar and café bar.

Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick Venue 217 Grid K6 39 Ditchling Road, Brighton, BN1 4SB www.brightonfringefest.co.uk A distinctive and welcoming bar opposite the level. Glamorous, sexy and fun, with friendly staff, great food and drink.

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin Venue 259 Grid J6 31 York Place, Brighton, BN1 4GU www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Lively and friendly bar with Fringe performances every day, food available, large beer garden and live music in the evenings.

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant Venue 247 Grid I8 The Quadrant, 12 North Street, Brighton, BN1 3GJ www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Daily performances of stand-up comedy, cabaret, music and theatre above an intimate bar serving drinks, snacks and food.

Laughing Horse @ The Temple Venue 270 Grid G8 The Temple, 121 Western Road, Brighton, BN1 2AD www.brightonfringefest.co.uk A recently refurbished bar, The Temple offers Fringe shows throughout the day alongside a wide range of food and drinks.

Lectern (The) Venue 340 Grid M3 5 Pelham Terrace, Lewes Road, Brighton, BN2 4AF www.thelectern.co.uk Atmospheric upstairs venue above cosy traditional pub, serviced by bus and 10mins away from the Steine. Good food, good beer.

Lewes Town Hall Venue 334 Grid O1 High St, Lewes, BN7 2QS www.lewes-tc.gov.uk One of the large rooms is a multi functional hall with a bar, the other three are small meeting rooms.

Little Bay Restaurant Venue 244 Grid I9 60-64 King’s Road, Brighton, BN1 1NA www.littlebay.co.uk Atmospheric restaurant in the heart of Brighton featuring theatre box style seating. Offers good value New European Cuisine.

N New Steine Hotel, Bar and Bistro Venue 139 Grid K9 10-11 New Steine, Brighton, BN2 1PB www.newsteinehotel.com An intimate evening venue, the New Steine Hotel & Bistro is the place to be.

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Venue 347 Grid O10 Fort Road, Fort Rise, Newhaven, BN9 9DS www.newhavenfort.org.uk Newhaven Fort is an award winning attraction built in Victorian times.

Madame Geisha

New Road

Venue 119 Grid J9 75 - 79 East Street, Brighton, BN1 1NF www.madamegeisha.com Madame Geisha is Brighton’s most unique venue, combining a beautiful event space, bar, Gallery, restaurant, Tea House and private lounge.

Venue 123 Grid J8 New Road, Brighton, BN1 1UF www.brightonfringe.org/fringe-city Open-air site of Fringe City .

New Venture Theatre

Venue 475 Grid K10 Madeira Drive, Brighton, BN2 1TB www.discocars.com

Venue 140 Grid G8 Bedford Place, Brighton, BN1 2PT www.newventure.org.uk NVT is a community theatre, committed not only to achieving the highest standards, but also to cultivating original work.

Malarkey

Nightingale (The) - Dining Room

Venue 246 Grid J8 34 Bond Street, Brighton, BN1 1RD The performance will take place in the window of Malarkey. Viewers are invited to watch from the street.

Venue 208 Grid I7 29-30 Surrey St, Brighton, BN1 3PA www.nightingaletheatre.co.uk Artist-led, small scale, multi-space resource emphasising new work of excellence from international, national and local artists.

Madeira Drive (Next to Brighton Wheel)

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Venue 449 Grid M7 41 Queens Park Terrace, Brighton, BN2 9YA www.make-shift.net A large private home opened to the public for live and visual arts events.

Marlborough Theatre Venue 110 Grid J9 4 Princes St, Brighton, BN2 1RD www.marlboroughtheatre.org.uk This unique and intimate pub theatre is one of Brighton’s rare gems.

Mash Tun (The) Venue 392 Grid J8 1 Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1UE www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/mashtun Central Brighton Pub.

Medicine Chest (The) Venue 113 Grid F8 51-55 Brunswick St East, Brighton, BN3 1AU www.themedicinechest.co.uk First floor restaurant holds 40, Ipod and DJ desks available, full bar and kitchen.

Meet: Biosphere Bus Stop Venue 499 Grid J9 Outside 6 Old Steine, Brighton, BN1 1EJ Meeting place for ‘Journey to the Core’ event.

Mesmerist (The) Venue 72 Grid I9 1-3 Prince Albert St, Brighton, BN1 1HE www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/mesmerist A venue keeping something different alive in Brighton’s lanes. Food, drinks, live music, burlesque, magic, theatre & more every week.

Metrodeco Venue 465 Grid L10 38 Upper St James’s Street, Kemp Town, Brighton, BN2 1JN www.metro-deco.com Art Deco tearoom with bar facility. Quirky, friendly, intimate venue. Sit back and enjoy the entertainment with tea, cake and wine.

Nightingale (The) - Off Site Venue 208 Grid I7 29-30 Surrey St, Brighton, BN1 3PA www.nightingaletheatre.co.uk Artist-led, small scale, multi-space resource emphasising new work of excellence from international, national and local artists.

Northern Lights Venue 153 Grid J9 6 Little East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HT www.northernlightsbrighton.co.uk Scandinavian bar-restaurant serving you Nordic specialities, situated in an old cosy fisherman’s cottage, right in the centre of town.

O Old Bank (The) Venue 485 Grid M10 120 St Georges Road, Brighton, BN2 1EA www.bprmusic.com The Old Bank Steak & Ribs is a new, locallyowned steak house restaurant which aims to serve delicious food with great service in a warm and comfortable setting.

Old Courtroom (The) Venue 287 Grid J8 118 Church St (side entrance), Brighton, BN1 1UD www.oldcourtroomproductions.com The Old Court Room offers an exciting mix of award-winning plays and a variety of new and varied entertainment.

Old Market (The)

Venue 279 Grid I9 66 Middle Street, Brighton, BN1 1AL www.bhhc-shul.org/middlestreet Grade 2* listed Synagogue.

Venue 145 Grid F8 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road), Hove, BN3 1AS www.theoldmarket.com TOM (The Old Market) is a newly rennovated, dynamic cultural venue just outside the city centre. Take the time to discover TOM this Fringe...

Moksha Caffe

Old Police Cells Museum

Middle Street Synagogue

Venue 265 Grid K7 4-5 York Place, Brighton, BN1 4GU www.mokshacaffe.com A vibrant,independent cafe in central Brighton, just opposite St. Peter’s Church a few minutes walk from Brighton train station.

Venue 199 Grid J9 Brighton Town Hall, Bartholomew Square, Brighton, BN1 1JA www.oldpolicecellsmuseum.org.uk A unique and very atmospheric venue.

Disabled Toilets Bar

Off the Map

Open House Venue 317 Grid J4 146 Springfield Rd, Brighton, BN1 6BZ www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/openhouse One of the finest pub gardens/outside performance spaces by London Road station. Three very large rooms.

Old Steine (The) Venue 300 Grid J9 The Old Steine, Brighton, BN1 Central public green space & site of the Tea Party Lovingly Hosted by Citroën.

Outside Al Duomo Venue 308 Grid J9 Al Duomo Restaurant, 7 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, BN1 1EE For tours please meet outside Al Duomo restaurant.

p Pavilion Gardens Café Venue 1 Grid J8 New Road, Royal Pavilion Gardens, Brighton, BN1 1UG www.paviliongardenscafe.co.uk A beautiful outdoor oasis in the heart of the City, also offering family friendly cafe facilities in this famous location.

Preston Old Church Venue 267 Grid I2 Preston Drove, Brighton, BN1 6SD www.visitbrighton.com/things-to-do/stpeter-s-preston-old-church-p349041 Set in Preston Parkand with wonderful acoustics, this beautiful 12th century church is probably Brighton’s oldest surviving building.

Preston Park Vegetable Garden Venue 486 Grid I4 Behind the Rotunda Cafe, Preston Park, Brighton, BN1 6HN www.harvest-bh.org.uk A demonstration vegetable garden in Preston Park, run by Harvest and the Brighton & Hove Food Partnership.

Prince Regent Swimming Pool Venue 144 Grid J8 Jubilee Square, Brighton, BN1 1YA Tours meet outside the front entrance of the swimming pool. For performances please come to the front entrance.

PsychoSocial Venue 101 Grid K8 1-2 Morley St, Brighton, BN2 9RA www.psychosocialbrighton.com PsychoSocial is a gem of a venue located off the Old Steine. 3 rooms located over 3 floors.

Q Queen’s Park Venue 268 Grid M8 South Avenue, Brighton, BN2 0BP An attractive park, to the east centre of Brighton near Kemptown.

R Redroaster Coffee House Venue 173 Grid J9 1d St. James’s Street, Brighton, BN2 1RE www.redroaster.co.uk Enjoy Fringe events in the relaxing and informal comfort of Brighton’s best-known independent coffee house.

Regency Tavern (The) Venue 82 Grid H9 32-34 Russell Square, Brighton, BN1 2EF www.regencytavern.co.uk A unique space. Sumptuous lounge bar with baby grand piano, cellar spaces, light or dark & secret courtyard.

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Venue Keys

Wheelchair Access

No Wheelchair Access

Disabled Toilets Bar

Off the Map

Roedean Chapel

St Ann’s Well Gardens

St Peter’s Church, Preston Park

Visitor Information Centre

Venue 175 Grid O10 Roedean School, Roedean Way, Brighton, BN2 5RQ www.roedean.co.uk Designed by Sir John Simpson with wonderful acoustics for choral music. Enter via the main entrance of Roedean School.

Venue 155 Grid F7 Hove, Brighton, BN3 1RP Just half a mile from Hove Seafront, the park is a real treat, appealing to young and old alike.

Venue 274 Grid H2 Preston Drove, Brighton, BN1 6SD A hugely atmospheric thirteenth century building with medieval wall-paintings. The oldest building in the city.

Venue 439 Grid J9 4-5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, BN1 1EE www.brighton/hove.gov.uk For the ‘Votes for Women’ tours please meet outside the Visitor Centre.

St Bartholomew’s Church

St. Peter’s Church Tower

Venue 185 Grid J6 Ann Street, Brighton, BN1 4GP www.stbartholomewsbrighton.org.uk St. Bartholomew’s is a spectacular and famous Grade 1 listed Victorian church and a popular festival venue.

Venue 316 Grid K7 St Peters Church, York Place, Brighton, BN1 4GU For tours please meet by St. Peter’s Church Tower.

St George’s Church

Venue 489 Grid L9 73a St James Street, Brighton, BN2 1PJ Kemptown Artists Open Houses Trail.

Ropetackle Arts Centre (The) Venue 361 Grid A7 Little High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5EG www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk A brand new arts centre on the riverside with a spacious foyer and bar area and a 200-seat theatre.

Royal Albion Hotel (Main entrance) Venue 160 Grid J10 Old Steine, Brighton, BN1 1NT Meet outside main entrance to Royal Albion Hotel, Old Steine, Brighton.

Venue 186 Grid N10 St George’s Rd, Kemptown, Brighton, BN2 1ED www.stgeorges-church.org.uk St George’s is a Regency Style church built in the early 1800s. A wide number of services are provided by the Crypt Community Centre.

St John the Baptist Church, Hove

S Sabai Pavilion (The) Venue 104 Grid J8 Victoria Gardens, Grand Parade, Brighton, BN1 1UG www.arts-exchange.com State of the art big top with cabaret style seating, stage, bars and ‘chill out’ area.

Sallis Benney Theatre Venue 176 Grid K8 68 Grand Parade, University of Brighton, Brighton, BN2 0JY www.arts.brighton.ac.uk/tg Alongside live music, dance, comedy and theatre, the Sallis Benney Theatre programme features a variety of public lectures, conferences, symposiums and festivals.

Sallis Benney Theatre Café Venue 176 Grid K8 68 Grand Parade, University of Brighton, Brighton, BN2 0JY www.arts.brighton.ac.uk/tg Alongside live music, dance, comedy and theatre, the Sallis Benney Theatre programme features a variety of public lectures, conferences, symposiums and festivals.

Venue 488 Grid E7 Palmeira Square, Hove, BN3 2FL St John the Baptist’s Church is an Anglican church in Hove. It was completed in the Decorated Gothic style in 1870.

St John’s Centre Venue 66 Grid E7 Palmeira Square, Hove, BN3 2FL St John’s Centre provides social and educational opportunities for people over 60. It has meeting rooms and a café.

St Luke’s Church Venue 295 Grid H5 64a Old Shoreham Road, Brighton, BN1 5DD www.stlukesonline.co.uk St. Luke’s is a lively Anglican church just north of Brighton station near Seven Dials and Preston Circus.

St Luke’s Church - Queens Park Venue 235 Grid M7 Queens Park Road, Brighton, BN2 9ZB www.saintlukesbrighton.org Situated in the heart of Queen’s Park this delightful church hosts excellent acoustics and a fine Steinway grand piano. Wine and soft drinks available.

St Margaret’s Church

Saltdean Oval Park Venue 389 Grid O10 Saltdean Park Road, Saltdean, Brighton, BN2 8SP www.saltdeanlidocampaign.org In its 2nd year the Friends of Saltdean Lido take over the oval park for a huge family fun day.

Salvation Army Congress Hall (The) Venue 301 Grid K5 1-6 Park Crescent Terrace, Brighton, BN2 3HD www.salvationarmybch.org.uk Fully accessible and large multi-functional spaces.

Slice Sussex Venue 320 Grid E7 6 Church Road, Hove, BN3 2FL www.slicesussex.co.uk Locally sourced produce/alcohol amongst vintage furniture/armchairs. Rustic wooden floor & standard lamps. Laid back vibes.

Spiral Charity Shop Venue 28 Grid G8 103A Bedford Place, Brighton, BN2 2AA Spiral provides services for people with learning disabilities, providing a perfect shop front and accessible venue for the Australian exhibition.

St Andrews (The Church by the Sea) Venue 198 Grid F8 Waterloo Street, Hove, BN3 1AQ www.visitstandrews.org Wonderful, historic and much loved redundant church. Easily accessible from the seafront. Welcoming pub across the road.

Venue 242 Grid O10 The Green, Rottingdean, Brighton, BN2 7HA www.stmargaret.org.uk St.Margaret’s is a 13th Century Church by the pond in Rottingdean.

St Mary’s Church Venue 364 Grid L9 St James’ Street, Brighton, BN2 1PR Parish church situated at the corner of St James’ Street and Lower Rock Gardens.

St Michael & All Angels Church Venue 191 Grid H7 Victoria Road, Brighton, BN1 3FU www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org.

St Nicholas Church Venue 192 Grid I8 Dyke Road, Brighton, BN1 3HF www.stnicholasbrighton.org.uk Brighton’s oldest church; lovely original features. Very welcoming - open to community projects.

St Paul’s Church Venue 201 Grid I9 West Street, Brighton, BN12RG www.saintpaulschurch.org.uk Built over 150 years ago this beautiful church is hidden behind the Brighton Centre.

St Peter’s Church Venue 193 Grid K7 Church Hall, The Level, Brighton, BN1 4GU Church Hall Adjoining St Peters Church in London Road, Brighton.

Studio@Gallery 73 (The)

Subline Venue 158 Grid J9 129 St James Street, Brighton, BN2 1TH Subline is a Gay Male cruise bar. Regular entry is members-only, but temporary memberships are available.

Sussex County Cricket Club

W Warren (The) Venue 58 Grid I9 Wagner Hall, Russell Place, Brighton, BN1 2RG www.otherplacevenues.com Step into The Warren, refresh yourself in the secret garden and see the best work in this new venue.

West Hill Community Hall Venue 329 Grid I6 Compton Avenue, Seven Dials, Brighton, BN1 3PS www.myspace.com/westhill A small community hall in the heart of the Seven Dials area.

Meet: West Pier

Venue 433 Grid E6 Eaton Rd, Hove, BN3 3AN www.sussexcricket.co.uk Home of the 2007 County Champions. A unique setting in the heart of the City.

Venue 479 Grid H9 (Meet at Upper Promenade), Kings Road, Brighton For tours meet by the West Pier, opposite Regency Square (the pavement directly between West Pier & Regency Square).

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Whitehawk Primary School

Taylor St Baristas Venue 471 Grid I8 28 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XA www.siderotype.com Art space, source of finest fair trade coffee, tea and food.

The Bus

Venue 225 Grid O7 Whitehawk Road, Brighton, BN2 5FL www.whitehawk.brighton-hove.sch.uk Air raid shelter set in the grounds of a primary school. It contains a number of exhibits including photographs.

Withdean Park

Venue 299 Grid K10 Madeira Drive, Brighton, BN2 1TW www.thebusshow.tumblr.com Parked bus on the seafront.

Venue 156 Grid H1 London Road, Brighton, BN1 8BA Withdean Park is located on the London Road. It holds a magnificent Lilac Collection which lost National status in 2009.

Theatre Big Top

Woodingdean Primary School

Venue 27 Grid H3 Preston Park, London Road, Brighton, BN1 6HN www.moscowstatecircus.com. The Moscow State Circus performs in Preston Park in their own theatre Big Top.

Venue 213 Grid O5 Warren Road, Woodingdean, Brighton, BN2 6BB The spacious grounds of Woodingdean Primary School provide a venue for the Deans Festival.

Thistle Hotel (The)

Woodvale Lodge

Venue 141 Grid J9 King’s Road, Brighton, BN1 2GS www.thistle.com/en/hotels/united_kingdom/ brighton/thistle_brighton/index.html The Thistle is a luxury 4 star hotel, right in the heart of Brighton, situated along its beautiful coastline.

Venue 228 Grid M4 Woodvale Cemetery, Lewes Road, Brighton, BN2 3QB Entrance to Woodvale Cemetery off Lewes Road by Gladstone pub. Woodvale Lodge 200 yards up drive. If lost call 07745461486.

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Venue 443 Grid J5 60-61 London Road, Brighton, BN1 4JE www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/worldsend The World’s End is a large pub that combines traditional décor with contemporary touches.

Upstairs at Three and Ten Venue 310 Grid J9 10 Steine Street, Brighton, BN2 1TE www.upstairsatthreeandten.co.uk A charming, intimate venue in the heart of Brighton hosting comedy, theatre, cabaret and spoken-word. A true hidden gem.

V Varndean School Venue 142 Grid G1 Balfour Road, Brigton, BN1 6NP www.varndean.co.uk Main entrance is half way down drive on the right. For ‘This Time Tomorrow’ go to the off street parking in school grounds.

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Worlds End

WoWo Campsite Venue 304 Grid O1 Wapsbourne Farm, Sheffield Park, Uckfield, TN22 3QT http//www.wowo.co.uk This campsite, set in beautiful surroundings, famous for creating unforgettable magic moments by mixing together friends, food, fire and music.

Writers Place (The) Venue 302 Grid J8 9-10 Jew Street, Brighton, BN1 1UT www.newwritingsouth.com The Writers Place - workshops, performances, writerly happenings.

Venue 4 Grid C6 Flat 4, 56 Hova Villas, Hove, BN3 3DG A large, Victorian apartment.

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Slice Sussex

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Marlborough Theatre

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Woodingdean Primary School

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Cornerstone Community Centre

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Medicine Chest (The)

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Laughing Horse - Caroline of Brunswick

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Brighton Ki Centre

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Brighton Station

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Dip Your Toe at Brighton Station

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Whitehawk PrimaryTAXI School

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Brighton Natural Health Centre

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St Luke’s Church - Queens Park

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St Margaret’s Church

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Little Bay Restaurant

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LMNOP Studios

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Malarkey

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Blind Tiger Club (The)

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Moksha Caffe

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Madame Geisha

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Brighton Diamond Way Buddhist Centre

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Brighton University Creativity Centre

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Brighthelm Church & Community Centre

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Brighton Buddhist Centre Brighton Little Theatre

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Brighton and Sussex Medical School

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1 Shakespeare Street

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Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project

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Brighton Unitarian Church

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artrepublic

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Chapel Royal (The)

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New Steine Hotel, Bar and Bistro

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New Venture Theatre

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Thistle Hotel (The)

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Varndean School

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Brighton Racecourse

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Prince Regent Swimming Pool

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Brighton & Hove Senior School

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Old Market (The)

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Bom-Bane’s Music Cafe

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Northern Lights

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Emmaus Brighton & Hove

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BrooksFest

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Warren (The)

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St Ann’s Well Gardens

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Jive Monkey Theatre & Bar (The)

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Ropetackle Arts Centre (The)

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Knoyle Hall

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Sussex County Cricket Club

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Visitor Information Centre

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Worlds End

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Gothic Chapel (The)

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Live Art Salon - Queens Park

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Brighton Corn Exchange

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Metrodeco

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Asa Briggs Lecture Theatre

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St Luke’s Church

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Ink Spot Press

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Grace Eyre Theatre

172

G5

Old Steine (The)

Redroaster Coffee House

173

J9

443 J9 300

Salvation Army Congress Hall (The)

301

K5

I9

Roedean Chapel

175

O10

Writers Place (The)

302

J8

Regency Tavern (The)

82

H9

Sallis Benney Theatre

176

K8

WoWo Campsite

304

Brighton Ballrooms

83

N10

Sallis Benney Theatre Café

176

K8 N10

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Brighton & Hove

305

178 184

Hanover Community Centre

91

L7

Booth Museum of Natural History

Farley Farm House

92

N1

O1

G4

Grand Hotel (the)

306

H9

St Bartholomew’s Church

185

J6

Horse & Groom

307

L6

N10

Outside Al Duomo

308

J9

94

J7

St George’s Church

Latest Music Bar

95

K9

St Michael & All Angels Church

191

H7

Upstairs at Three and Ten

Jubilee Library

96

J8

St Nicholas Church

192

I8

Hove Town Hall

315

D7

Brighton Youth Centre

97

K9

St Peter’s Church

193

K7

St. Peter’s Church Tower

316

K7

Ink_d Gallery & Studio

98

J8

St Andrews (The Church by the Sea)

F8

Open House

317

J4

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45

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489

L9

Hannah House

490

F8

499

J9

124

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259

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Meet: Biosphere Bus Stop

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191

207

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301

217

49

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487

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208

343

483 310

486

Brighton National Spiritualist Church

G8

186

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I8

H9

I9

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J8

479

73

88

J9

476

73

Gulliver’s Hotel

439

Meet: West Pier

80

8 Eastern Terrace Mews

O10

Meet: Druid’s Head (The)

Brighton Media Centre Studio

Brighton Media Centre Gallery

19

O1

297

TAXI

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A7

H5

Coach House

Brighton Centre St. Ann’s ells Gardens

07

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300

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141

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267

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274

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340

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486

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446 317

184

19

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213

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172 295

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97

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23

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297

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388

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305

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320

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