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There is always a good time to discover something new. This brochure is your gateway to a world of premieres, hidden gems, of “I saw them before they were famous” in venues big, small or simply non-existent. What is more, for the first time this year we are running an additional week, which includes the second May bank holiday and half term too, so there are even more opportunities to get stuck in, especially for families, young people and visitors to the city. But Brighton Fringe is much more than that. Behind the scenes, the team works year-round to build not only a great festival but also to support the artistic community of Brighton & Hove. And, as always, in all that we do, we are nothing without our participants, sponsors, partners, funders and of course you the audiences. You are all essential stakeholders of England’s largest arts festival. Just like this year’s front cover, there is much more to Brighton Fringe than meets the eye. We invite you to delve deeper, immerse yourself, to find out the great things in store. So, roll up, roll up: the only limit is your imagination.

Julian Caddy - Managing Director

Managing Director Julian Caddy Participant Services Rachel Strange and Hannah Chilton Marketing & Communications Kata Gyöngyösi, Chris Parkinson, Rosie Blackwell-Sutton and David Burns PR Office Manager Vanessa Jones

Board of Trustees Heather James (Chair) Colin Matthews (Vice-chair) Douglas Stewart (Company Secretary) Damian Barr Steve Bustin Julian Caddy Daisy Cresswell Judith Manson Allan Spencer

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Advertisement Sales Steve Bullock Events & Volunteers Jacqui Gavin

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Illustration by Carlos Garde-Martin Creative concept and execution by Paul Copeland: small-creative.com Official Brighton Fringe Photographers Paul Kondritz, Mike Page, Dade Freeman, Peter Williams, Peter Castleton

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Take part in Brighton Fringe 2014

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Please get in touch on participantservices@brightonfringe.org – it’s never too early!

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Registered Charity No 116376/VAT No 892 5694 68 Brighton Fringe Limited Company No 5578256 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.

Our continued commitment to the environment means that this year’s brochure is printed on paper from a sustainable source. Help us to help the environment.

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1. BUY ONLINE 24 hours a day at brightonfringe.org

2. By telephone Call 01273 91 72 72

4. From the Venue Venues may have 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. Booking Fees The first 6 tickets in a transaction using a debit/credit card are subject to the following charges:

3. IN PERSON

• 90p per ticket for online bookings

Brighton Fringe Box Office & Hub, 54 North Street, Brighton, BN1 1RH

• 99p per ticket for phone bookings

Brighton Fringe Information Point – New Road, Brighton (4 May – 2 June 2013)

For tickets bought over the counter using a debit/credit card there is a fixed £1.50 charge per transaction.

The Famous Spiegel Garden in association with Aperol Spritz, Old Steine, Brighton, BN1 (3 May - 2 June)

There is no fee on cash purchases.

Customer Services Desk, Churchill Square, Brighton, BN1 2RG (card bookings only) USSU Box Office, Falmer House, University of Sussex, Falmer, East Sussex, BN1 9QF (closed Sat 20 April - Sun 12 May 2013)

Friends of Brighton Fringe do not pay booking fees.

OPENING HOURS (main Box Office and phone) 10am – 6pm Mon – Fri 12pm – 4pm (Weekends & Bank Holidays, from April, excluding Easter) 10am – 8pm every day during the Fringe (4 May – 2 June 2013)

FROM OUT OF TOWN BY TRAIN On weekdays and most Saturdays, trains run directly between Bedford and Brighton through London calling at St Pancras International, Farringdon, Blackfriars and London Bridge up to four times an hour for most of the day with the last train leaving Brighton at 23:37.

GETTING AROUND THE CITY

On Sundays, trains usually run up to twice an hour with the last train leaving Brighton at 23:45. Engineering work may be taking place on some dates during the festival and this may affect your journey. It is always best to check before you travel - call 08457 48 49 50 or check firstcapitalconnect.co.uk

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 or in advance for less from the one-stop travel shops or online. Call 01273 886 200 for further details.

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

BY BUS National Express runs a regular service from London Victoria to the Pool Valley coach station near the Old Steine. For timetables and fares visit nationalexpress.com

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

FROM FURTHER AFIELD Gatwick Airport is 25 miles North of the city and has a regular, 25-minute train service direct to the city. Newhaven Ferry port is 8 miles to the East of the city and has a regular bus service (12, 12a, 12b, 12c, 14 and 14c) into the city centre.

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

By bike 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.

On foot Walking between most Brighton Fringe venues is easy.

Staying here If you would like to stay in Brighton, there is a wide choice of hotels, bed and breakfasts and self-catering accommodation. For details and to book go to visitbrighton.com

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BRIGHTON FESTIVAL – brightonfestival.org

Poet, writer and broadcaster Michael Rosen takes the helm as Guest Director of Brighton Festival 2013 – a three week celebration of unrivalled theatre, music, dance, circus, literature, art and film across the city. 4 – 26 May 01273 709709

ARTISTS OPEN HOUSES

– (May and Christmas) – www.aoh.org.uk Artists Open Houses present an opportunity to talk to artists in their homes and studios, to view and buy their work. Over 1,200 artists and makers exhibit in over 200 venues citywide. Weekends throughout the festival. The open submissions exhibition, Open House @ The Dome, offers a showcase of selected Open House artists’ work. Sat 4 – Sun 26 May and 30 Nov & 1 Dec, 7 & 8, 14 & 15 Dec

HOUSE 2013 – www.housefestival.org

HOUSE 2013 delivers a new co-commission with Brighton Festival, plus related works, from international artist Mariele Neudecker, at The Regency Town House. Alongside, HOUSE 2013 commissions four responses from regional artists, at unexpected indoor and outdoor locations citywide, plus a programme of related events. Thurs – Sun throughout May

Brighton Photo Fringe – www.photofringe.org

BPF is one of the largest photographic festivals of its kind in the UK. To celebrate their 10th birthday they’ll be launching a series of pop-up exhibitions and events around Brighton. Keep an eye out online for all the details. In Oct – Nov

Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival ‘Autumn Harvest’

– www.brightonfoodfestival.com The South of England’s biggest food event featuring the Big Sussex Market, Live Food Show, Children’s Food Festival, Sussex Gourmet Bus Tour, Sussex Beer & Cider Festival, and a host of tastings, themed evenings and gala dinners. Fri 6 – Sun 15 September

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ECITY – www.cine-city.co.uk CINECITY is a partnership between Screen Archive South East, the University of Brighton and the Duk e of York’s Picturehouse. It presents the annual Brighton Film Festival, the region’s major film and moving image event, plus a year-round programme of screenin gs and special events. In November Brighton Comedy

Fringe – www.brightoncomedyfringe .co.uk A festival dedicated to programming the best alternative comedy around. From stand-up to sketch groups to comic theatre, we have scoured the comedy and festival world for the finest, most interest ing, and most importantly, funniest expo nents of these arts. In October – November Pride

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Science Festival – www.brighton science.com Brighton Science Festival takes science from the lab into the big wide world, with things everyone can enjoy and absorb. Through February , throughout Sussex. Stay curious...

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Der Wunderlich Revue [UK] 18+ Burlesque Stripping, cabaret, music, dirty games & furtling. The boys from Der Wunderlich plus guests: Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer, Go Go Harder (New York. Thu only) & Boogaloo Stu. www.brunswickpub.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

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16+ Funny Sugar & Vice/HMD Productions [UK] Often the sexiest stories are the ones you don’t quite finish. Join the sometimes-sweet, mostly-naughty girls of Sugar & Vice for late-night songs and laughs. **** (Broadway Baby) Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

Madame Mesmer [UK] 18+ Magic Madame will use her psychological, physiological, psychic and hypnotic powers to read people’s minds. This mentalist act is jammed full of energy, humour and suspense with a vivid visual style. www.facebook.com/pages/Madame-Mesmer Latest Music Bar 95 H8 14-17 Manchester St BN2 1TF

31 May, 1 June 22:45 £8 (£6) [1hr]

12 May 20:00 £8 (£5) 28 May 21:30 £8 (£6) [1hr]

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Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus [UK] Variety 18+ One of Whatsonstage.com’s ‘highlights of Brighton Fringe 2012’, Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus return bringing their mix of rock and pop classics! www.brightonpride.co.uk Sabai Pavilion 104 G7 Victoria Gardens BN1 1UG

Spiegeltent International 18+ The Festivals Club is an apres-show green room for all the back-door Johnnies, front-door Sallys, the famous and infamous, with guest cabaret and music stars nightly. The Spiegeltent 200 G8 Famous Spiegel Garden in association with Aperol Spritz BN1 1NT 3 -5, 7-12, 14-19, 21-26, 28-31

12 May 20:00 £12 (£10) [1hr45mins]

May, 1-2 June 23:00 buy tickets on the door only [3hrs]

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DUNCAN ALLEN AND GUESTS

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Duncan Allen (UK) Cabaret evening of swing. The Estrade @ First Church of Christ, Scientist 305 D7 97 Montpelier Road BN1 3BE

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21, 26 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs30mins]

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EASTEND CABARET: NOTORIOUSLY KINKY 18+ Funny EastEnd Cabaret [UK] Deviant diva Bernadette Byrne and multi-instrumentalist Victor Victoria captivate and titillate with raunchy original songs and “jaw-achingly funny character comedy” (BackstagePass), *****(TimeOut), *****(ThreeWeeks), *****(EdinburghSpotlight) www.eastendcabaret.com Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

9-10 May 21:00 £10 (£8) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

ECCENTRONIC PRESENTS: NEUROVISION

Eccentronic [UK] 241 Funny Electro-comedy duo Eccentronic enter Eurovision. Boombang-a-bang to avant-garde eurodisco and award-worthy theremin and musical mash-ups from ABBA to Kraftwerk via Croydon Tram. ‘Warp Records version of Frisky and Mannish’ ****(Time Out).www.eccentronic.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ10-12, 17-18, 24-27 May 14:00 £5 [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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Cancan Boheme [UK] Dance music Grand Éclair chic Parisian pleasures. Stylish vintage fair, fun & frolics cancan workshop, Parisian inspired cream tea, chanteuse, petit fours, finale cancan The Pretty Little Horse Breakers. www.cancanboheme.co.uk Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF 12 May Cancan workshop 15:15 £12.50 Afternoon Tea 16:30 £12.50 Vintage Fair 18:00 £3 (£25 day ticket) [6hrs45mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

GRANNY’S GONE WILD 18+ Burlesque Lynn Ruth Miller [USA] Lynn Ruth Miller is approaching 80 and she’s pulled out the stops with outrageous comedy and song that tells aging it like it is and it’s all good. www.lynnruthmiller.com Latest Music Bar 95 H8 14-17 Manchester St BN2 1TF

5-6, 22-24 May 21:30 £10 (£8) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

I CAN MAKE YOU A MENTALIST

Doug Segal [UK] 241 16+ Funny Best Cabaret Brighton Fringe 2012 Award winner returns with a brand-new comedy mind-reading show which turns the audience into mind-reading mentalists. Sold out in 2012 and 2011. www.dougsegal.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

24-25 May 19:30 £10 (£8.50) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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Grégoire Aubert [UK] 18+ Solo show Judy is here - and she’s going to talk! About her life, her career, through hilarious anecdotes, witty patters. And sing too: the story of her life is in her songs! www.facebook.com/JudyInPerson New Steine Hotel, Bar and Bistro 139 H8 10-11 New Steine BN2 1PB 5, 12, 19, 26 May, 2 June 17:30 £8.50 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 May 19:45 £8.50 3-4, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25, 31 May,

Chalk Dust [UK] 16+ Performance art After their sell-out show at The Roundhouse, London, CDCC bring an interactive show musing on booze culture. Thought you could escape your local? Not tonight. Something fishy’s afoot! www.facebook.com/RoundhouseCabaretCollective The Basement 472 G6 24 Kensington Street BN1 4AJ

1 June 20:00 £8.50 [1hr45mins]

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31 May, 1-2 June 19:00, 21:00 £10 (£8) [1hr30mins]

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KIKI LOVECHILD’S THE WEATHERMAN

Kiki Lovechild [UK] 241 Clown Physical comedy, mime and illusion from the clown who makes it rain from his fingertips. Join Kiki as he creates new worlds from his imagination. ‘Inventive, endearing and funny’ (ThisisCabaret.com). www.kikilovechild.co.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

30-31 May, 1 June 21:15 £7 (£5) [1hr]

Brighton Pride [UK] 18+ RisquÈ Alternative double bill featuring the infamous ‘Gay Bingo’ with performance artist Jonny Woo plus a star studded evening with internet superstar, cult celebrity, Charlie Hides and his cast of divas. www.brightonpride.co.uk Sabai Pavilion 104 G7 Victoria Gardens BN1 1UG

26 May 20:00 £12.50 [1hr45mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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Kerry Jo Hodgkin & Ladyblue Music [UK] 18+ Musical theatre A tribute to Kander & Ebb: Cabaret, Chicago & All That Jazz! The fabulous powerhouse Diva-Chanteuse Melody La Rouge sings Broadway’s best! Nominated Best Solo Vocal at Buxton Fringe 2012. www.melodylarouge.com Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU 4-6, 31 May, 1-2 June 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

5 May 20:00 £14.50 [1hr45mins]

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Brighton Pride [UK] 18+ Variety A glittering spectacular, high energy, witty, elegant and highly polished gala with the legendary Ceri Dupree and her aweinspiring costumes and vocals hosted by Lola Lasagna plus special guest. www.brightonpride.co.uk Sabai Pavilion 104 G7 Victoria Gardens BN1 1UG 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

LA CLIQUE

SEX GURU: THE SEXOLOGICAL COMEDY SHOW

Spiegeltent International 16+ The outrageous, unforgettable, legendary La Clique returns to Brighton with an array of dangerously charismatic characters. Funny, sexy and dangerous, La Clique showcases the world’s best circus, cabaret, burlesque and magic. www.spiegeltent.net The Spiegeltent 200 G8 Famous Spiegel Garden in association with Aperol Spritz BN1 1NT 3-5, 7-12, 14-19,

16+ Funny DoubleDub Productions Limited [AUT] Join the crowd experiencing the ‘World’s funniest sex guru’ (Time Out), and hysterically heat up your sex life! ‘An hour and a half of laughter, astonishment and discovery’ (The Times) www.sxguru.com The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS 14 May 20:00 £12 (£10) [1hr]

21-26, 28-31 May, 1-2 June 21:00 £20 (£17) [1hr30mins]

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MIKELANGELO AND THE BLACK SEA GENTLEMEN

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Mikelangelo and the Black Sea Gentlemen [AUS] Prepare for a theatrical and highly entertaining concert, as Mikelangelo & The Black Sea Gentlemen draw you deep into the heart of the Black Sea. www.mikelangeloandtheblackseagentlemen.com The Spiegeltent 200 G8 Famous Spiegel Garden in association with Aperol Spritz BN1 1NT

3-10 May 19:30 13-19 May 17:00 £15 (£12) [1hr10mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

OLIVER-MEECH: WHEN MAGIC & SCIENCE COLLIDE 18+ Magic Oliver Meech [UK] Oliver’s 2012 hit is back. Amazing tricks inspired by astounding science. Comedy magic for the QI generation. It’s the Natural Selection! ‘Could rival Derren Brown’ (Theatre Wales), ‘Recommended’ (Metro). www.magicmeech.com Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU 28-30 May 19:15 £6 (£5) [1hr]

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PAUL GUNN & WORSTED Paul Gunn [UK] Variety Curious mix of English tea room music and Latin rhythms. Unique comic cabaret: Noel Coward meets The Buena Vista Social Club. “Brilliant!” (Bath Chronicle), “Wonderful musicians!” (Latest Brighton) www.worstedmusic.net Latest Music Bar 95 H8 14-17 Manchester St BN2 1TF

22, 28 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [1hr15mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

PETE PICKS YOUR BRAINS! Peter Campbell-Wells [UK] Magic Juvenile and irresponsible mindreading stunts! Peter Campbell-Wells finally brings his silliest feats of telepathetic wonder to family audiences in Brighton 2013. Ideal for audiences 10 years to adult. www.petepicksyourbrains.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ 4-6, 25-27 May 17:45 £6 (£5) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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The Bare Guitarist [UK] 18+ Acoustic From Calypso/Irish Music fun sketch-based humour, Panda... ring to the audience... it’s interactive Panda...monium. www.jrsmd.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

4-18 May 21:45 Free, ticketed [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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18+ Variety Adam’s Apple [UK] This musical duo wages war, Eve versus Adam, using weapons of song, some hats and all the technology of a blackboard. “A triumph of wit and sophistication!” (Dulwich Festival). www.adamsapple.squarespace.com The Dukebox Theatre 262 C7 3 Waterloo Street BN1 1AQ

4-5 May 20:00 23-25 May 21:30 £8 [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

THE DAMSEL IN SHINING ARMOUR 18+ Funny Damsel Sophie [UK] Winner Best Cabaret Adelaide 2011. ‘The Damsel in Shining Armour’ seizes daringly the dark depths of uncensored lust and melodrama. Her weapon of choice: the selected works of Celine Dion. www.damselsophie.com Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ 24-27 May 19:00 Free, ticketed [1hr]

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THE LADY BOYS OF BANGKOK

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Exchange Events Ltd 241 16+ Variety The Lady Boys of Bangkok are Glamorous Amorous! Dripping diamantes, new songs, new comedy, the hits just keep on coming. Party like there’s no tomorrow at Europe’s number one cabaret sensation! www.ladyboysofbangkok.co.uk Sabai Pavilion 104 G7 Victoria Gardens BN1 1UG Preview show 3 May 19:00 (£14). 4 May - 1 June see website for full times and prices (£32, £28, £24, £14.50) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

SISTER ACTS

Mzz Kimberley & Son of a Tutu [UK] 241 Satire Mzz Kimberley and Son of a Tutu bring you a sisterly tale of Affection, Deception and Protection that will make you laugh till it hurts and sometimes, wanna kill somebody. www.facebook.com/son.tutu Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

THE LOVELY BROTHERS

2 May 19:30, 4-5 May 22:30 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

19 May 20:30 £6 (£4) [2hrs30mins]

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16+ The Lovely Brothers [UK] 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 Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

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STILL LIFE WITH SONGS

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16+ Musical theatre Delane Dynamics [UK] Ms Lorelei Delane invites you to her personal selection of classic songs from the twentieth century. Come and enjoy the style, the pathos and the humour. Lorelei awaits... Tickets £10! Brighton Unitarian Church 39 G7 New Road BN1 1UF

Supreme Fabulettes [UK] 18+ Variety London’s top all-male female close harmony group, directed by Kylie’s Creative Director, William Baker. Slick choreography, stunning couture outfits and Glee-style song mash-ups. No1 Critics Choice, Time Out. www.supremefabulettes.com Sabai Pavilion 104 G7 Victoria Gardens BN1 1UG

25 May 19:45 £10 (£8) [2hrs30mins]

19 May 20:00 £15 [1hr45mins]

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STREISAND - THE MAIN EVENT

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Lisa Faye [UK] Live music Musical celebration about Barbra Streisand. As seen on London’s West End, The Edinburgh Festival Fringe & Camden Fringe.”Stunning and breathtaking *****” (The New Current) www.streisandthemainevent.com Latest Music Bar 95 H8 14-17 Manchester St BN2 1TF

5, 19 May 20:00 £9 (£8) [1hr]

Paul Vickers and Laughing Horse [UK] 18+ Funny Funny showman Mr. Twonkey has enchanted many admirers and has proved endless imagination wins hearts. One of The Scotsman’s Top Ten Free Fringe Shows 2012. “Bizarro! Four Stars” (Time Out) www.twonkey.blogspot.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 4-6 May 18:00 Free, ticketed [1hr]

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TERRY GAROGHAN ‘THE DEVIL KEEPS TUGGING!’

‘UNCOMPLICATED’ A CONTEMPORARY MUSICAL THEATRE CABARET

18+ Terry Garoghan / Baldy Productions [UK] Live music 1,700 fans packed The Dome last year after 16 years of ‘Brighton the Musical’. Now Terry returns with a cabaret, a cellist and 13 songs about his old mate The Devil. www.terrygaroghan.com Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

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16+ Musical theatre Kompact Theatre company [UK] With music from some of the UK and USA’s finest contemporary composers, including Adam Gwon and Joey Contreas, Kompact promises to be both hilarious and engaging!! www.kompacttheatre.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE 16 May 19:00 £8 (£6.50) [1hr]

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16+ 241 Solo show Xara Vaughan [UK] A chanteuse born out of talent and circumstance. Xara is ‘the genuine article’, a cabaret star. Musical direction and arrangements by Mark Aspinall. www.facebook.com/xara.vaughan Brighton Unitarian Church 39 G7 New Road BN1 1UF

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9-10 May 15:30 9-10 May 19:30 £5 (£2.50) [1hr] Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

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YOUR PLACE OR MIND 18+ Interactive Ian Harvey Stone [UK] “What is coincidence?” ESP, numerology, remote viewing and hypnosis come together to indicate that maybe there is more to chance than chance alone. www.theempathist.com The Dukebox Theatre 262 C7 3 Waterloo Street BN1 1AQ 20-22 May 20:00 £8 (£7) [1hr20mins]

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18+ Storytelling David Burke (IRL) Born on the 22nd of December, David is only 3 days off Jesus. Join us for a cup of tea and some comedy about childhood in Ireland and everything else. www.myspace.com/davidwburkey Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB

16+ STAND-UP Amadeus Martin [UK] Award-winning comedian Amadeus Martin brings farce-paced storytelling and presents badly drawn pictures and not-toscale graphs for those finicky analysts i.e. ‘Spannalysts’ who prefer reasoning rather than relying on emotional responses. Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

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50 SHADES OF SCARLET

ANDREW AND THE PONY

Scarlet Lights [UK] 18+ Theatrical A cabaret of comedy that scratches the itch of boredom. Turn off your TV’s, grab a friend and join these six ladies from the comedy capital of England, Hull. www.facebook.com/scarletlights Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

Satellite Industries [UK] 18+ STORYTELLING Andrew and the Pony premieres at Brighton Fringe ahead of its Edinburgh run. Storytelling through corduroy, timpani’s, song and video clips. Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

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A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

ANNA MORRIS: DOLLY MIXTURE

20-25 May 18:00 £5 (£4) [1hr]

30 May 17:45 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

Taking Flight Theatre Company [UK] Family Using the gardens as inspiration, the actors take you on a magical journey through an exciting version of Shakespeare’s loveable comedy. BSL/SSE. Touch Tour available. Audio described Sunday 2nd June. www.takingflighttheatre.co.uk St Ann’s Well Gardens 155 C6 Somerhill Road BN3 6BA

1, 2 June 18:00 £14 (£7, £5 Children. Also PAs to disabled people FREE) [2hrs15mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

24-26 May 21:45 Free, ticketed [1hr]

4 May 22:00 26 May 20:15 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

18+ 241 SOLO SHOW Anna Morris [UK] Acclaimed character comedian and internet sensation, Anna Morris, presents her smash-hit Edinburgh and Glasgow Fringe show. “Beautifully crafted” (The Independent), “Spot on darkly comic characters” (Huffington Post), “Wonderfully super” (Heatworld). www.annamorris.co.uk Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB

4, 24-25 May 19:15 £5 (£4) [1hr]

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AARON TWITCHENS PRINCESS GUIDE TO DATING 18+ LGBT Aaron Twitchen [UK] Disney promised we’d be princesses, so why are we crying into our Häagen-Dazs? Interactive, personal dating ‘how to...’. “Positive, fun, feel-good... best Free Fringe show I’ve seen” (Scotsgay). www.iloveaaron.co.uk/PG2D Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB

APEROL SPRITZ STAGE

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4 May - 2 June 13:00 Free, non-ticketed [10hrs]

4-6, 31 May, 1-2 June 18:00 Free, ticketed [1hr]

18+ Funny Aperol Spritz (UK) Find our bar and boutique stage at The Famous Spiegel Garden. Daily performance space on offer for all. Follow @aperolspritzUK for more information on how to apply and audition #321SpritzStage. www.facebook.com/ukaperolspritz Aperol Spritz Social 200 G8 Famous Spiegel Garden in association with Aperol Spritz BN1 1GY

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ABOUT COMEDY: STAND-UP COMEDY COURSE 16+ INTERACTIVE Laughing Horse Comedy [UK] Learn stand-up Comedy on this two-day course plus graduation show, with our expert comedian and writer tutors. “Highly Recommended ****” (ThreeWeeks). www.laughinghorsecomedy.co.uk/comedy/courses2day.asp Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

11-12 May 12:30 £99 (£89, £148.50 Two Person Ticket - 50% off second person) [4hrs30mins] Course held over 2 days.

BAD BREAD

16+ 241 Sketch show Bad Bread [UK] Following sell-out 2011 and 2012 seasons, Bad Bread are thrilled to return to Brighton Fringe with a new romantic (sketch) comedy. “Wonderfully funny show. Three excellent comedians.” (British Comedy Guide). www.badbread.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

17-18 May 19:00 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]

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A PUPPET NAMED DESIRE

Stickyback Theatre [UK] 18+ 241 Slapstick Puppets hunting passion... the hard way! Stickyback present another “beguilingly bizarre” (The Stage), “blisteringly funny” (ThreeWeeks) sketch comedy show. “Unlike anything else on the circuit” (Late Night Gimp Fight). www.stickybacktheatre.co.uk The Dukebox Theatre 262 C7 3 Waterloo Street BN1 1AQ

16-19 May 20:00 £8 (£6) [1hr]

BEASTS

Beasts [UK] 241 Sketch show Enticed down from the mountains, these savage creatures were washed, shaved and schooled in the twin arts of humour and needlework. They are BEASTS, and they’re doing sketches. www.beastscomedy.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

18-19 May 17:00 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]

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16+ Live music Ben Champion / Buzz Music Ltd [UK] How many humans does it take to change a lightbulb? Find out in this hour of stand-up and comedy songs. If you’re a human, this show is for you. www.benchampion.co.uk Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

Beau Productions Ltd [UK] 16+ 241 Solo show Chris Fitchew brings together a fast and furious show with an array of fun loving and hap-hazardous characters, breakneck and side-splitting sketches and his usual sharp witted and caustic stand-up. www.beauproduction.com Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

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BEN VAN DER VELDE’S CHAIN LETTER

CLARE HARRISON’S 15 INCHES OF FAME

18+ Stand-up Ben Van der Velde [UK] Overwhelmed with the quick-fire world of social networking, Ben decided to rediscover the lost art of letter-writing and send himself as a chain letter. “A sharp and crafty gagsmith.” (Chortle). www.benvandervelde.com Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

17-19 May 19:15 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

Designer Merkins [UK] 18+ Solo show Pre-filmed cinema sketches presented by Cindy the WAG. If you like shows where people get their rings out like Dickinson’s Dogging Deal & Embarrassing Bodies, you will love this. www.clareharrison.moonfruit.com Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 13-19 May 21:45 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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Mayem Productions [UK] 16+ Devised New devised comedy by Mayem Productions. A community centre is on the brink of destruction and its quirky, chaotic employees are in a race against time to save it. www.mayem.webs.com The Dukebox Theatre 262 C7 3 Waterloo Street BN1 1AQ 16 May 18:45, 4, 18 May 21:15 £6 (£5) [1hr] (late performance 18+)

[UK] 18+ Stand-up Three of Brighton’s best up-and-coming stand-ups share their experiences of class! Whether you’re a cash strapped SloaneRanger, a Guardian reading wage-slave or Jeremy Kyle’s superfan, this show is for you! www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 7-10 May 21:45 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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BIG BOYS DON’T DANCE

CLEVER PETER: ONCE MORE UNTO THE BEACH!

5-6 May 16:00 £7 (£6) [1hr]

National Arts Festival South Africa / Followspot Productions [SA] Best of Grahamstown Festival, South Africa: Two brothers take you through side-splitting stereotypical male behaviour and phenomenal dance outbreaks in this award-winning energetic comedy. “’The Hangover’ meets ‘Flashdance’”(Cue Magazine). www.followspotproductions.co.za/show2.html The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

20-24 May 18:00 £9 (£7) [1hr]

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BIRTHDAY GIRLS: 2053

16+ 241 Sketch show Birthday Girls [UK] The year is 2053. Sketch comedy has taken over the world. But it is a world divided, and Birthday Girls are forced into sketch warfare. Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

24-26 May 20:30 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]

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BOB AND JIM - TWO STARS

Bob and Jim [UK] 241 Family Bob and Jim tell the story of their showbiz lives interspersed with a few flange-distorted uke pop covers and the odd bit of mime. www.bobandjim.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

25-27 May 13:00 £8 (£6.50) [1hr]

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BRIGHTON COMEDY COURSE SHOWCASE 18+ Brighton Comedy Course [UK] STAND-UP Brighton Comedy Course Showcases comedians shining on the comedy circuit. All Graduates of BCC’s eight week comedy course. The MC is Louise Stevenson. A fun night out with real talent. www.brightoncomedycourse.com FunkyFish Club 272 H8 New Madeira Hotel BN2 1TL

3, 17, 24 May 19:30 £8 (£7) [3hrs]

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14-16 May 20:30 £8 (£6.50) [55mins]

16+ 241 Sketch show Clever Peter [UK] With a BBC Radio 4 series in the bag, the award-winning sketch group return to Brighton with a fun filled show of new material and golden oldies. Don’t miss out! www.cleverpeter.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

24 May 21:00 26 May 19:30 £10 (£8.50) [1hr]

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CLOWN TOWN CABARET 18+ Darshan Silly [UK] Absurdist Clown troupe Darshan Silly present a thrilling late night cabaret. Alternative stand-ups, clown improvisors, surreal sketchicians, 80s nostalgites and other waifs and strays from the underworld of comedy. Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

4-5 May 23:00 £6 [1hr45mins]

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COMIC BOOM Jill Edwards Comedy Workshops 18+ Stand-up & Komedia [UK] Romesh Ranganathan hosts another legendary night of rising comedy stars. Headlined by top Australian stand-up Damo Clark. “Now widely regarded as the Best New Comedy night in Britain.” ***** (Latest). www.komedia.co.uk/brighton Komedia 105 G7 44-47 Gardner St BN1 1UN

30 May 20:00 £9 (£7, £5 NUS) [2hrs30mins]

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CONFESSIONS OF A DIRTY DEBUTANTE 18+ STAND-UP Bella Younger [UK] Bella is suffering from an identity crisis. Desperate to shake off her aristocratic roots, she embarks on a journey from pearls and petticoats to the back streets of Brixton. www.22andontheshelf.tumblr.com Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

6 May 20:15 8 May 19:00 Free, ticketed [30mins]

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BRITAIN’S GOT F*CK ALL TALENT! 16+ INTERACTIVE Flick MA Beens! [UK] Join martial arts expert Anthony the bouncer, attention seeker Scorchka O’Finnegan, children’s entertainer Kenny Boyle and the famous singer Jellybean Martinez as they take part in this latest talent show. www.facebook.com/BritainsGotFAllTalent Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121Western Road BN1 2AD 9-12 May 19:15 [1hr]

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Andyland Productions [UK] 241 THEATRICAL 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. www.brunswickpub.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF 19, 25, 27 May,

1 June 15:00 26 May 20:00 £7.50 (£6.50) [1hr15mins]

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31 May, 1-2 June 16:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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Foil, Arms and Hog [IRL] 16+ 241 Sketch show Irish sketch comedy, potato, potato, potato, potato, potato, potato, pot of gold, potato. You racist. Sold-out Edinburgh shows 2009–2012. A fast-paced mix of sketch comedy and stand-up. www.foilarmsandhog.ie Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

4-6 May 17:00 £9 (£7.50) [1hr]

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DARREN WALSH: I AM A GIANT

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Darren Walsh [UK] 18+ Stand-up Join Darren “One to Watch” (Time Out), “A real crowd-pleaser, with originality and personality by the bucketload” (Chortle) for a half hour of surreal nonsense, puns and clowning with technology. www.iamagiant.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

18+ Funny Women [UK] Stand-up Join us for a heat of the Funny Women Awards, which provides the bench-mark for women breaking into comedy. Featuring 2012 Funny Women Awards finalists Lucy Frederick and Viv Groskop. www.funnywomen.com Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

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DAVID HEFFRON: DON’T HASSLE THE HEFF

GARRETT MILLERICK: SENSIBLE ANSWERS TO STUPID QUESTIONS

4-6, 31 May, 1-2 June 19:30 £2 [30mins]

18+ Stand-up Daedalus Productions [UK] The future isn’t what was promised. No robots and hoverboards. Just Jedward and austerity. I’ve some new ideas. Not all are illegal. ***** (ThreeWeeks), “Undeniably original”(Sydney Herald). www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

30-31 May 22:00 £6 (£5) [1hr]

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25 May 20:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs]

16+ STAND-UP Schadenfreude Productions Limited [UK] Stand-up show about stupid questions. “100 Best Jokes Edinburgh Fringe 2012” (The Independent), “Storytelling is clearly in Millerick’s genome” (Chortle), “Marks himself out as one to watch” (Fest). www.garrettmillerick.com Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 25-29 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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DEAD THINGS DON’T TALK 18+ Tomas Ahlbeck [UK] Stand-up Life presented as a moment of dark, absurd and surreal comedy - Scandinavian style. www.ahlbeck.net/brighton2013 Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

22-26 May 22:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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18+ Stand-up Electric Mouse Comedy [UK] “The best deadpan act since Jack Dee”(GQ), presents an all new heart-warming show about the disembowelling horror of family life... “Highly inventive and very funny” (Frank Skinner). www.garycolman.com Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

27, 31 May, 1-2 June 21:45, 28-30 May 18:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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DIANE SPENCER: THE ALPHA TABOO 18+ Stand-up difunny [UK] Award-winning comedian Diane Spencer debuts her brand new stand-up show. Hilarious, silly and potentially offensive with a fearless yet charming attitude. Winner, Chortle Best Newcomer 2011. www.difunny.com Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB

5-8 May 19:15 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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DYLAN RHYMER - HARD MILES 18+ Dylan Rhymer [CA] Political Canadian Dylan Rhymer delivers a smart, provocative stand-up show exploring sex offenders, suicide, school shootings, religion and FOX News. “Politically charged, brutally honest. Dylan Rhymer’s changing the face of comedy.” www.dylanrhymer.com Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU 7-8, 12-16 May 19:15, 9 May 23:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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EAT A QUEER FOETUS 4 JESUS 18+ STAND-UP Laughing Horse Comedy [UK] Richard Coughlan’s 4-star (Broadway Baby) show from the 2012 Edinburgh Festival. An intense, dark, angry, visceral, loud & sweary hour of high energy ranting. “Poignant & Utterly Hilarious” (UKTheatre.net) www.youtube.com/coughlan616 Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

6-17 May 22:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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EMBARRASSING MOTHER 16+ Multimedia Maxine Jones [UK] Maxine’s sons are horrified when she starts stand-up, and makes a film where actors play the family. “Weird and embarrassing”, say her sons. “Liberating”, says Maxine. “Outstandingly funny” (entertainment.ie). www.maxinejone8.wix.com/maxine-jones-comedy Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

16-18 May 17:45 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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GEOFF NORCOTT OCCASIONALLY SELLS OUT 16+ Stand-up Charlotte Hamilton Productions [UK] ...as in does things for money. This won’t sell out, it’s free! Come see a comedian rediscovering credibility. “Big future ****” (Mirror). Geoff’s written for ‘Live At The Apollo’. www.geoffnorcott.com Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

6-8 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hrs50mins]

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GUILT AND SHAME

16+ 241 Sketch show Guilt and Shame [UK] “Depraved comedy duo for every bad decision you’ve ever made. A sketch show so good that once will never be enough. ***** (The New Current)**** (Scotsgay)**** (Fringe Biscuit). www.guiltandshame.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

3-5 May 22:00 £8 (£6.50) [1hr]

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HELEN KEEN: INTO THE BEYOND

18+ 241 Stand-up Helen Keen [UK] Award-winning comedian and creator of BBC Radio 4’s ‘It Is Rocket Science’ returns with a work in progress extravaganza of ideas. “Quirky, offbeat, original... clearly someone to watch” (Sunday Times). www.helenkeen.com Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 26-27 May 18:00 £5 (£4.50) [1hr]

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HORSE AND LOUIS: PARTY BUCKET

18+ 241 Live music Horse and Louis [UK] Holler party people! Horse & Louis are having a bucket party and you’re invited. They’ll bring songs, musical sketches, character comedy and a bucket - you just bring your bad-assselves. www.horseandlouis.com Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

17-18 May 20:30 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]

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


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IT’S NOT EASY BEING YELLOW

16+ Trapped Wind Productions [UK] Funny Lived in a house share? Bemused by your fellow housemates? Hated the cleaning rota? Sit back and enjoy the daily bickering and sexual tension that stretches friendships to the limit. www.trappedwind.org.uk Hanover Community Centre 91 I6 33 Southover St BN2 9UD

17, 24, 31 May 20:00 £8 (£6) [2hrs]

18+ SOLO SHOW Ria Lina [UK] EMMA Award-winner returns to Brighton with her critically acclaimed show about confused cultural identity. “Fearless, provocative and very funny one-woman show” **** (Scotsman), “Engaging, endearing and eye-opening” (Time Out). www.rialina.com Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 8-9, 16, 23, 30 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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HOW BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN CHANGED MY LIVE

JAMES MULLINGER: MAN WITH NO SHAME

16+ Spoken word Sarfraz Manzoor [UK] Sarfraz tackles race, religion and rock’n’roll. He believes Bruce Springsteen’s songs contain the secrets of life, love and happiness, and helped him find the woman of his dreams. www.sarfrazmanzoor.co.uk Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

16+ 241 Stand-up James Mullinger [UK] Critically acclaimed stand-up comedian, TV presenter and BBC Radio regular James Mullinger performs his brand new stand up show. “A great stand up” (Jimmy Carr). www.jamesmullinger.com Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

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HOW TO BE RICH AND THIN

JESSICA FOSTEKEW: MOVING

Pauline Curtin [UK] 18+ Stand-up In this humorous and politically incorrect show Pauline Curtin shares some of the tips she learnt in the course of a misspent life on How to be Rich and Thin. www.facebook.com/HowToBeRichAndThin Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

18+ Stand-up CKP [UK] Jess has done all the different types of moving: on, up, in etc. Warning, this show contains very little emotion and even less dance. “Consistently hilarious” (Fest), “Great fun” (The Guardian). www.jessicafostekew.com Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

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I’M WITH STUPID

JOE MUNROW - JAZZ MONKEY

8 May 20:00 £8 [1hr45mins]

19-24 May 17:45 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

16+ 241 Sketch show Revan and Fennell [UK] We do sketches. Some observational, some pure silly and some pre-recorded. We entertain you for an hour or so, we all have some giggles...bish, bash, bosh...job done. www.revanandfennell.com Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

8-10, 12, 17, 19 May 22:00 £8 (£6.50) [1hr]

10-11 May 19:00 £5 (£3) [1hr]

12 May 17:45 5, 19 May 20:15 Free, non ticketed [1hr]

Unkempt Comedy [UK] 18+ Stand-up Joe Munrow goes on a hilarious journey, bouncing between the observational and surreal. “Quick witted, laugh out loud funny and had a genuine intimate rapport with his audience.” (Public Reviews). www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

11-15 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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INDIA MACLEOD: LA HAINE

JOHN HASTINGS: INCIDENTS AND MISDEMEANORS

India Macleod [UK] 18+ Stand-up Stand-up comedy with a French twist from India Macleod. Finalist, Up the Creek “One to Watch” competition (2011) and Recommended Act Funny’s Funny Female Comedian of the Year (2012). www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 12-14 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

John Hastings [UK] 16+ Stand-up John Hastings: Incidents and Misdemeanors is the exploration of the stupid, dangerous and exciting activities that helped form John into a comedian. www.johnhastingscomedy.com Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

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IONA JETTE’S THE ORGASM MANAGEMENT MONOLOGUE

JONNY & THE BAPTISTS

30 May - 2 June 18:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

18+ Creative Dynamics [UK] Can you? Do you? Well here’s how to! Iona Jette’s latest take on life delivers an “eccentric mix of observation comedy and insightful poetry”(Short Fuse). www.shoutthesun.co.uk Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

Jonny & the Baptists [UK] 241 Live music Surreal, satirical and occasionally sexy songs from acclaimed cult comedy band. Featured on BBC Fresh from the Fringe, Radio 4’s Infinite Monkey Cage & C5’s Gadget Show. “A triumph” **** (Chortle). www.jonnyandthebaptists.co.uk Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

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IPROV SHUFFLE WITH THE HEE-HA’S

JOURNEY TO KARAWANE

16+ The Hee-Ha’s [UK] Improv A new improvised comedy show using audience members’ iPods for inspiration. Hilarious, fun and quirky scenes “I sincerely cannot remember the last time I laughed as loudly as I did” (Welovebrighton.com). www.theheehas.co.uk The Dukebox Theatre 262 C7 3 Waterloo Street BN1 1AQ

10, 17, 24 May 18:45 £8 (£6) [1hr]

16+ Absurdist Jamhed Theatre [UK] A King and his horse journey toward Karawane in the belief that it will offer them hope, redemption and strawberries. Anarchic narrative that lies in between theatre and comedy. www.jamhedtheatre.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 11-12 May 18:00 Free, ticketed [1hr]

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IT CAME FROM OUR BRAINS!

KATE SHORTT IN ‘SHORTT AND SWEETT’

Dave Millett and Chris Betts [UK] 18+ STAND-UP They’re funny, they’re likable, they’ve got uncommon opinions on things. Sounds like a great night to me. Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

7-12 May 23:15 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

16+ Solo show Shortt and Sweett Productions [UK] Sit back and enjoy the ride as classical/jazz cellist/vocalist and ‘sit-down’ comic Kate Shortt takes you on a journey of life’s musical bumps. “Wonderful elastic face” (London Live Radio) Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN 12 May 20:30 £10 (£8, £5 unemployed) [1hr] Latest Music Bar 95 H8 14-17 Manchester St BN2 1TF 30 May 20:00 £8 (£6) [1hr]

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10 May 19:30 £7.50 (£5) [1hr]

4-5 May 18:30 £8.50 (£7) [1hr10mins]

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

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KATERINA VRANA: FETA WITH THE QUEEN

LIVED IN FACE

18+ Stand-up Katerina Vrana [UK] Katerina’s experiences as a Greek girl living in London for nearly a decade. Includes references to queueing, whingeing and the weather. And feta. Definitely feta. www.katerinavrana.com Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

16+ Storytelling Adam Blaize [UK] Adam Blaize brings his first solo show to Brighton. He’s got a lived-in face, a lack of financial income and potentially good jokes. Support act: Sam Smith. Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

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KEVIN DEWSBURY - OUT NOW

LUISA OMIELAN: AM I RIGHT LADIES!?

18+ Kevin Dewsbury [UK] LGBT Kevin is a proper bloke, he likes football, beer and...sexy men. In this show he debunks the stereotypes of the ‘gay’ scene. Expect songs, jokes, and some graphic tales. www.laughinghorsecomedy.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 16-18 May 19:15 Free, ticketed [55mins]

16+ Luisa Omielan [UK] Stand-up Work in progress, second show from Luisa Omielan fresh from festival & West End hit: ‘What Would Beyonce Do?!’ www.iloveluisa.com Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

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LATE NIGHT GIMP FIGHT

LUISA OMIELAN: WHAT WOULD BEYONCE DO?!

18, 25 May, 1 June 15:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

Late Night Gimp Fight [UK] 16+ 241 Sketch show The Country’s most exciting Sketch group return! An hour-long Gimp-tacular of brand new sketches, some old favourites and five sweaty gimps. “Quite brilliant” (The Times), total sell-out 2012. www.latenightgimpfight.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

5, 11 May 19:30 £10 (£8.50) [1hr]

4-6 May 19:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

18+ Solo show Mick Perrin Worldwide [UK] After a sell-out Soho Theatre run in London, and smash hit runs in Edinburgh and Shoreditch, I want you to say HELLO and let’s get this party JUMPIN’ JUMPIN’! www.iloveluisa.com Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

21 May 20:30 £12 (£10) [1hr10mins]

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LAUGHING HORSE PICK OF THE FRINGE

MACE & BURTON PRESENT... ROM COM CON

4, 8-12, 15-18, 22-25, 29-31 May, 1 June 20:15 £6 (£5) [1hr30mins]

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Out of Town

4 May 16:45 5-6 May 16:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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Laughing Horse Comedy [UK] 18+ 241 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/Hollywood Fringes. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

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Mace and Burton [UK] STORYTELLING Lizzy Mace and Juliette Burton road-tested all the ways guys and girls meet in romantic comedies. Did they find true love? Or just one big con? Argus Angel Award-winner 2012. www.maceandburton.com/about-the-show Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

11-12 May 21:15 £8.50 (£7.50) [1hr]

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MACE & BURTON PRESENT... WHEN I GROW UP

LE FLOP 18+ Le Flop [UK] Absurdist New wave (nouvelle vague) clown troupe (troupe de clown) ‘Le Flop’ bring you a night (un soir) of (de) funny (funny). www.laughinghorsecomedy.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

18-21, 27-29 May 22:00 Free, ticketed [1hr]

Juliette Burton / Mace and Burton [UK] 241 Funny Does growing up mean letting go? As a child Juliette wanted to be many things: ballerina, princess, Muppet... She tries to realise her childhood ambitions in this true-life comedy. www.maceandburton.com/when-i-grow-up Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

8-10 May 21:15 £8.50 (£7.50) [1hr]

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LEGION OF DOOM’S SKETCHPOCOLYPSE NOW 18+ Sketchshow Legion of Doom Comedy [UK] The Legion of Doom’s Sketch-pocoypse-now! Sketches long and short! The LOD are wittily imaginative, proudly different and definitely very funny! Hold your pints and your loved ones close! It’s the End! Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

MARK DIAMOND’S BREAKUP HAIRCUTS Mark Diamond [UK] 18+ Solo show Less a stand-up show than a one-man romcom, Mark Diamond explores the delights and depravities of dating, resulting in enough ‘breakup haircuts’ to almost single-handedly keep his barber in business. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 4-6, 11-12, 18-19, 25-27 May,

4-7 May 18:00 Free, ticketed [1hr]

1-2 June 16:45 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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LENNY PETERS - LOST IN NONSENSE

MATT GREEN: ALIVE

Lenny Peters [UK] 16+ Improv Brighton comedian Lenny Peters, comedy circuit regular, TV sitcom actor and professional improviser, returns to Brighton Fringe to perform some spontaneous silliness, made up madness and frivolous fun. www.lennypeters.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 24-27 May 19:15 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

12 May 19:00 £6 (£5) [1hr]

18+ Matt Green [UK] 241 Stand-up Tales of hilarious disaster from Fringe Review’s No.1 Standup recommendation (2012). “An hour of classic stand up expertly delivered.” **** (Broadway Baby), “Fast, fluent and very funny stand-up” **** (Venue) www.mattgreen.org Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

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LIGHTS! CAMERA! IMPROVISE!

MATT RUDGE: RUDGE AGAINST THE MACHINE

Mischief Theatre [UK] 16+ 241 Improv The improvised movie live on stage. Oscar has every movie you could ever imagine. You choose the genre, where the film is set, and its title. Oscar finds the DVD. www.mischieftheatre.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

22-25 May 19:00 25 May 15:00 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]

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Matt Rudge [UK] Stand-up Free! Like many of us, BAFTA ‘Breakthrough Talent’ & Comedian of the Year Nominee Matt Rudge is stressed. Life is full of needless trials and useless morons. Can Brighton help? www.mattrudge.com Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 10 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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


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24-26 May 22:00 £8.50 (£7) [55mins]

Nik Coppin [UK] 18+ stand-up A funny and relevant show from the half-black British comedian who was bizarrely accused of racism in an Australian newspaper during the Adelaide Fringe and the interesting legal repercussions thereafter. www.nikcoppin.com Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

Max & Ivan [UK] 16+ 241 Sketch show Fresh from the Melbourne Comedy Festival, Edinburgh Comedy Award-winners Max and Ivan bring their brand new show to Brighton. It’s the class of 2003’s 10th anniversary reunion, and you’re invited. www.maxandivan.com Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

3-5, 31 May, 1-2 June 19:15 £5 (£4, £3 Students) [1hr]

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MIKE WOZNIAK: TAKE THE HIT 16+ Stand-up Mike Wozniak [UK] Mike Wozniak ‘Take The Hit’ – a new hour of stand-up. Time Out New Act Winner 2008 and Edinburgh Newcomer Nominee 2008. 2008? A has-been? No! An Is-being. www.mrmikewozniak.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

25-27 May 16:00 £7.50 (£6) [1hr]

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MORGAN & WEST: CLOCKWORK MIRACLES

NO MORAL COMPASS 18+ Stand-up Stuart Black [UK] Funny, eloquent, poetic and original stand up comedy. Brilliant ideas and profound insights on modern life. “... if Stuart Black isn’t careful, he’s going to become a cult comedian.” (Londondisfunny.co.uk). www.stuart-black.com Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 9-11 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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Morgan & West [UK] Family Wander into the world of Morgan & West! See the multitude of magical marvels strewn hither and thither and discover the curiosities and confoundments concealed within. www.morganandwest.co.uk Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

NOISE NEXT DOOR’S COMEDY LOCK-IN

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9 May 20:00 £10 [2hrs30mins]

24, 26 May 18:30 25 May 16:00 £10 (£8) [1hr]

16+ The Noise Next Door [UK] Improv The Noise Next Door, Rob Beckett (I’m A Celebrity - ITV2) and Paul Sinha (The Chase - ITV1) in an evening of improv, standup and one-off comedy curiosities! www.thenoisenextdoor.com Komedia 105 G7 44-47 Gardner St BN1 1UN

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MY SON’S NOT RAINMAN: JOHN WILLIAMS 18+ Stand-up Team Wonderful [UK] John’s 41 and a single Dad. The Boy’s aged 10 and autistic. He isn’t a genius. His only special power is making his Dad laugh. Lots. This is their story. www.mysonsnotrainman.com Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

OFF THE CUFF’S IMPROVISED COMEDY SPECTACULAR

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3, 6, 27 May 20:30 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]

31 May, 1-2 June 19:00 Free, ticketed [1hr]

Off the Cuff [UK] 16+ 241 Improv Quickfire comedy from the popular stalwarts of Brighton’s improv scene. Join them as they take your suggestions and weave them into comedy gold. “Improv at its best” (Latest7) www.offthecuffcomedy.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

NATHAN CASSIDY: WINNER (WORK IN PROGRESS) 18+ Stand-up The Rat Pack Productions Ltd [UK] “Gloriously entertaining” (Chortle). Malcolm Hardee nominee and lifelong gambler gives free £1 bets on him winning the Edinburgh Comedy Award. “Great jokes...intelligent shows about fun ideas.” (FringeGuru 2012) www.nathancassidy.com Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 17-19 May 18:00 Free, ticketed [1hr]

ONLY IN BRIGHTON...

Only in Brighton [UK] 241 Walk What makes Brighton unique? A fact-filled and tongue-in-cheek walk celebrating all that’s peculiar to Brighton.*****”thoughtful & captivating” (Love Fringe) ****”funny, entertaining & wellinformed” (Latest 7). www.onlyinbrighton.co.uk MEET: Outside Al Duomo 22 G8 Al Duomo Restaurant BN1 1EE

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2-5, 9-12, 16-19, 23-26, 31 May, 1-2 June 19:00 £8 (£6) [1hr30mins]

NEIL MCFARLANE’S FIRST PERIOD

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18+ Stand-up Neil McFarlane [UK] Neil McFarlane, recently returned from Kent, meanders through subjects as diverse as Biology, History and Brian Blessed. Join him as he endeavours to share the joke with the WHOLE audience. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

28 May 19:00 2 June 17:45 Free, ticketed [1hr]

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PANDA PRIDE!

[UK] 241 Spoken word Brighton Pier hires giant pandas BamBam and BooBoo to boost visitors. But will the dizzy duo behave as good pandas should, or will thoughts of world domination prove too tempting...? Hanover Community Centre 91 I6 33 Southover St BN2 9UD

10-12 May 20:00 £8 (£6) [1hr]

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NEW ACT NIGHT 18+ Jill Edwards Comedy Workshops [UK] Stand-up The latest new comics from Jill Edwards Comedy Workshops at Komedia take to the stage. Workshop graduates include; Shappi Khorsandi, Jimmy Carr, Brighton’s own Seann Walsh, Simon Evans, Angela Barnes. www.jill-edwards.co.uk Komedia 105 G7 44-47 Gardner St BN1 1UN

S E E PA G E 2 0 f o r l is t i n g

Red Brick Comedy Club

7 May 20:00 £7 (£5) [2hrs]

Saturdays 8.45pm at The Warren

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Resident MC Lloyd Griffith introduces the cream of the comedy circuit, including Stephen Carlin and Edinburgh Comedy Award-winner Adam Riches.

NIGHT OF THE LIVING TORIES Joe Wells [UK] 16+ Satire Award-winning comedian Joe Wells’ debut hour show about the gruesome past of The British Conservative Party. As seen on tour with Alexei Sayle. www.joewells.org.uk Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 24 May 20:30 £5 (£3 anyone not in full time

employment) [1hr]

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Also featuring: Marcel Lucont, Mark Simmons, Foil Arms and Hog, Anna Morris and David James.

£11/£9.50 For full line-up’s visit

www.otherplacebrighton.co.uk

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

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PHIL KAY: ...FREEWHEELIN’ MIRTH PEDDLER...

18+ Existential Pants [UK] Improv A night of improvised comedy and music with Existential Pants and guests. Expect fast-paced gags, silly games and catchy songs all made up on the spot based on your suggestions. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

Phil Kay Comedy Cycle Tour Gig [UK] 18+ Stand-up Phil invites bicycle enthusiasts... For ‘A Quick-Comedy CycleTour Gig-Ride’ before entering into a room and hearing great stories one grand cycle...eco-logical, illogical ecomedy...call it what you will... www.philkay.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 4-5 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs] Show starts at 20:30, optional bike ride from 19:30, meet at the venue with your bike to take part!

15 May 20:30 Free, ticketed [1hr]

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PATRICK MORRIS: PATIENTLY WAITING FOR ZOOEY DESCHANEL 18+ Lisa Thomas Management [UK] Solo show Debut hour show from 21 year old comedian, Patrick Morris. Will contain devastatingly funny anecdotes, wry observations and a complete absence of non-consensual audience participation. **** ThreeWeeks. www.facebook.com/patrickmorriscomedy Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

22-23 May 19:15 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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PAUL DENNIS: ALMOST BLUNTED PURPOSE

18+ Hysterionics Productions [UK] 241 Stand-up In this brand new stand-up show for 2013, Paul Dennis explores motivation and how to keep it firmly in check. **** (Edfringereview), **** (ThreeWeeks). www.almostbluntedpurpose.tumblr.com Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB

4-7, 30-31 May, 1-2 June 21:45 £5 (£3) [1hr]

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PBH’S FREE FRINGE @ STICKY MIKE’S 16+ Stand-up PBH Edinburgh Free Fringe [UK] The PBH Edinburgh Free Fringe comes to Brighton with a 2 day mini-Fest of FREE Comedy. PBH has featured Robin Ince, Mark Thomas, Josie Long & more. Listings online. www.freefringe.org.uk Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar 464 F8 9-12 Middle Street BN1 1AL

5-6 May 12:00 Free, non-ticketed [11hrs30mins]

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RED BRICK COMEDY CLUB Otherplace Productions [UK] 18+ Stand-up The finest, funniest Saturday night stand-up on the Fringe. Resident MC Lloyd Griffith introduces the cream of the comedy circuit, including Edinburgh Comedy Award-winner Adam Riches. See website for line-ups. www.warrenvenue.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

4, 11, 25 May, 1 June 20:45 £11 (£9.50, £35 Group of 4) [1hr30mins]

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RICK KIESEWETTER: CHINK 18+ Rick Kiesewetter [UK] Stand-up Observational stand-up from an Asian American living in the UK. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

9, 16, 23 May 18:00, 30 May 19:15 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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ROB AUTON: THE YELLOW SHOW

16+ 241 Poetry Rob Auton [UK] This show is about the colour yellow. You know, the colour of lemons, marigolds, and yellow lines. This show is recommended for people who know of the colour yellow. www.robauton.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

4, 11, 25 May, 1 June 18:00 £8 (£6.50) [1hr]

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ROB DEB BIG BANG THEORY OF LIFE 18+ Rob Deb [UK] Stand-up The Dork Knight: Rob Deb returns to deal with technology, music, and all the things that have gotten rubbish since Dungeons & Dragons went online. Stand-up comedy. Free show. www.youtube.com/user/COMEDYROB Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 10-12 May 18:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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SAJEELA KERSHI: ALWAYS MISS MONEYPENNY! (WORK-IN-PROGRESS)

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Comic Angels - Never Pussy Galore! [UK] 18+ Storytelling Sajeela’s destined to be Moneypenny (reliable but dull) why not Pussy Galore? Blofeld, Bond? Which James Bond character are you? (Hackney Empire finalist) “Smart, funny with a mischievous glint” (The Times) Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 16-18, 23-26 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

SAMEENA ZEHRA - HOMICIDAL PACIFIST 18+ Sameena Zehra [UK] Solo show Sameena brings her unique persective to the sublime and the ridiculous and the defining moments that turn us into the people we are. ‘...playfully demonic...’ (Tony Allen) www.sameenazehra.com Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 9-11, 30-31 May, 1 June 19:15 £5 [1hr]

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18+ Sarah Campbell [UK] Stand-up The ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’ writer presents a stand-up show about not enjoying things you’re supposed to and viceversa. “One of the stand-out stand-ups of the future” (British Comedy Guide). www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 24-26 May 18:00 £5 [1hr]

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Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre [UK] puppetry The stars of stage, screen & Youtube present a new hour of songs, sketches, socks & violence. “Had every audience member... laughing until they cried.” ***** (Edinburgh Evening News 2012). www.facebook.com/ScottishFalsettoSocks Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

Laura Tindle [UK] 18+ 241 Sketch show Sit Down & Draw is not what it says on the tin! A whirlwind of one-liners, sketches and of course putting the world to right in a wrong way! www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

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9-10 May 19:00 £9 (£8) [1hr]

18+ Toby Brown [UK] SOLO SHOW The story of a man who lost at love and how he came to live underneath a towerblock bellowing “Julie” every six minutes at a third-floor window. www.tobybrowncomedy.co.uk Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB

13-19 May 19:15 Free, ticketed [1hr]

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SEAN MCLOUGHLIN: BACKBONE Coblin Productions [UK] 16+ stand-up Sean McLoughlin is ‘a painful genius’ (Broadway Baby) with ‘a sardonic wit’ (The Scotsman) that’s ‘a joy to watch’ (Fest) and this is his debut show. www.seanmcloughlincomedy.com Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 31 May, 1-2 June 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

SEX GURU: THE SEXOLOGICAL COMEDY SHOW DoubleDub Productions Limited [UK] 16+ INTERACTIVE Join the crowd experiencing the “World’s funniest sex guru” (Time Out), and hysterically heat up your sex life! “An hour and a half of laughter, astonishment and discovery” (The Times). www.sxguru.com The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS 14 May 20:00 £12 (£10) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

9-10, 16-17 May 20:45 £5 [35mins]

18+ Slap & Giggle [UK] Sketch show Comedians Sid and James invite you to spiritually/financially commit to the Slap and Giggleism! Featuring miracles, scripture, and hymns designed to convince you to part with your money. For FREE! www.slapandgiggle.co.uk Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 24-26 May 23:00 Free, ticketed [1hr]

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SNIGGER HAPPY 18+ [UK] Stand-up Back for its fourth year, ‘Snigger Happy’ brings an hour of comedy. With stand-up from Alex Love and Paul Langton and physical theatre from Moz’s Sloppy Party Bottom. www.alexlove.co.uk/sniggerhappy Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 25-27 May 21:45 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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STAND UP FOR LABOUR 16+ Political Brighton Labour Party [UK] Hilarious comedians and rallying speakers provide for a morale boosting night for people opposed to the coalition government. www.standupforlabour.co.uk The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS

25 May 20:30 £14 (£9) [2hrs30mins]

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SEX, LIES AND LOTS OF CAKE 16+ TALK Funny Women [UK] A panel discussion and performance on forging a comedy career as a woman; hosted by Viv Groskop and featuring Amused Moose’s Hils Jago and Andrea Mann, Huffington Post’s Comedy Editor. www.funnywomen.com Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

25 May 13:00 £10 (£8) [1hr30mins]

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STAND-UP SCOTLAND 18+ Satire Vladimir McTavish plus Guests [UK] “One of the finest acts on the Scottish comedy circuit” (The Guardian) hosts a night of top stand-up from North of the Border. Sell-out at 2012 Adelaide Fringe. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU 24 May 19:45, 25 May 16:50 £8 (£6) [1hr]

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SEXUAL FREAKY FRIDAY Christian Elderfield and Larry Dean [UK] 18+ IMPROV Join Larry Dean and Christian Elderfield as they try to cure metro-sexually transmitted diseases in this aptly titled show! www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

STAND-UP: THE MUSICAL

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18 May 20:00 £15 (£13) [2hrs30mins]

18-30 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

18+ Stand-up Filthy Gigdog Promotions [UK] We’ve rounded up our favourite lyrical comics and comical lyricists into a single show of stand-up, poetry and song that will have you laughing along in time. One night only! www.filthygigdog.com Emporium Theatre 88 G5 88 London Road

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SHAGGERS Nik Coppin [UK] 18+ stand-up The worldís most fun comedy show returns featuring a revolving line up of various comedians telling anecdotes and jokes about sex.’A tour-de-force of laughter-filled mischievous comedy *****’ (Arts-In-Leicestershire) www.shaggerscomedy.com Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

4-6, 31 May, 1-2 June 21:45 £5 (£4, £3 Students) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

SHIT-FACED SHAKESPEARE 16+ Theatrical Magnificent Bastard Productions [UK] An entirely serious Shakespeare play, with an entirely shit-faced actor. The legendary Magnificent Bastard Productions stagger down to the Brighton Fringe with the most raucous Shakespearian performance you’ll ever witness! www.magnificentbastard.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

4 May 19:30 £12 5 May 21:00 £12 (£10.50) 6 May 21:00 £10 (£8.50, £7.50 4 for the price of 3) 7 May 21:00 £12 (£6 2 for 1) 8-9 May 21:00 10 May 21:00 £12 [1hr]

STAND UP, WOMAN A Drunken Sailor [UK] THEatRICAL “Julia Munrow’s comedy drama about a woman who tries stand-up in an attempt to stand up for herself is a funny and engaging piece”(ThreeWeeks). Past praise: “Hilarious” (The Guardian). www.juliamunrow.com Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

10-12 May 16:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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STELLA GRAHAM: A PINT OF STELLA 18+ Stand-up A Stellar Show [UK] A bad haircut started a fight? Join Stella on a hilarious journey! Coventry to Los Angeles, Thailand, New Zealand and beyond. Work in progress, no passport needed. **** (FringeGuru) www.stellagraham.com Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

7-8, 14-15 May 19:15 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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

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STEVE ANDREWS: ‘SEARCHING FOR STEVIE-MAN’

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18+ Strung-Out [UK] In the early 70s, Steve Andrews told two jokes and then disappeared into comedy obscurity for 20 years. But, in the Amazon Rainforest, he was bigger than Michael McIntyre... www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 27-30 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

16-18 May 21:15 £8 (£7) [1hr]

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SWORD AND I

THE CURSE OF THE SINISTER TESTICLES

18+ Mime Bruce Fauveau (FR/CA) Trained at the world-renowned Jacques Lecoq theatre school in Paris, master of physical comedy Bruce Fauveau tells the tale of a man who finds an ancient weapon. www.brucefauveau.com Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 13-15 May 18:00, 19-21, 28-29 May 19:15 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

The House Of Gubbins [UK] Theatrical Brace and akimbo for a tawdry tale of loss, laudanum, love and lubricant! A mirth slicked play featuring a swollen sloth, a lusty horse and gregarious gibbon. www.houseofgubbins.com The Lectern 340 J2 5 Pelham Terrace BN2 4AF

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TEA FOR TWO

THE DOG-EARED COLLECTIVE: SKIT STIRRERS

8 May 20:00 £2.50 9-12 May 20:00 £5 (£4) [1hr]

The Dog-Eared Collective [UK] 241 Sketch show After gaining Sunday Times Critics Choice and a Top Ten recommendation Brighton Fringe fanatics The DogEared Collective are back to bend your minds with more supercharged silliness. www.objectivetalentmanagement.com Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

31 May, 1 June 20:30 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]

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TERRY ARKWRIGHT: THE DARK HELMET SPEAKS

THE DYING DAYS OF BLAIR

16+ Les Hull [UK] SPOKEN WORD Superhero? Vigilante? Decorator? Terry Arkwright reveals the man behind the helmet during a podcast recorded live for the Marlborough audience in a break from protecting the mean streets of Sussex. Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

16+ DamnHardWriting [UK] POLITICAL 9th May 2007: Tony Blair, expected to announce his resignation, is having second thoughts. A comedy play about what might have happened is “better than The Thick of It”. www.damnhardwriting.com/scriptwriting Hove Town Hall 315 A6 Norton Road BN3 4AH

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THAT PAIR

THE GRAPE AND THE GRAIN

That Pair (Formerly The Silky Pair) [UK] 16+ Sketch show Following their critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh fringe 2012, the Funny Women finalists 2012 bring you a brand new hour of fast-paced character, sketch and musical comedy. www.thatpair.com Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

18+ SATIRE James Dowdeswell & Vladimir McTavish [UK] Hilarious double-header of Edinburgh Fringe shows about booze. Dowdeswell’s ‘WINE’ “Must-see show for lovers of the vine” (Scotsman), plus McTavish’s ‘WHISKY: AN IDIOT’S GUIDE’ “Hilarious” (Edinburgh Evening News). www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

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THE BETA MALES

THE HILL AND WEEDON FAN CLUB

16+ The Beta Males [UK] Theatrical Chortle Award-nominated sketch-storytellers The Beta Males return to Brighton after three sell-out Edinburgh Fringes with 60 minutes of old favourites and exclusive new material from their upcoming Edinburgh show. www.betamales.com Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

18+ Hill and Weedon [UK] Sketch show Do you enjoy musical comedy and/or sitting down? Then come and enjoy sitting down while comedy duo, best friends/spider breeders Hill and Weedon rock the mic to an acceptable degree! www.hillandweedon.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

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THE BOB BLACKMAN APPRECIATION SOCIETY PRESENTS

THE HUMBLE QUEST FOR UNIVERSAL GENIUS

18+ Bob Blackman [UK] Comedy presented by the leading fans of Bob ‘The Tray’ Blackman. Additional material by Albert Shakeshaft. Winner Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality. “...gloriously funny... 5/5” (ThreeWeeks). www.tbbas.co.uk Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 11-12 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

16+ Game show Mark Allen [UK] 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.co.uk) www.universalgenius.co.uk Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

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THE BOURNE IMPROVABLES

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The Bourne Improvables [UK] Improv Yes, we’re back! The Bourne Improvables give you an hour of improv created right before your very eyes. Your last lunchtime chortle of Brighton Fringe! Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

Odd Stumble [UK] Absurdist Absurdist play about dictatorship, oppression and the truth about dolphins... An idealist, Antti Penttinen, sets off for the big city to pursue his dream of changing the world through song. www.oddstumble.org Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

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7-8 May 19:30 £8.50 (£6.50) [40mins]

25-26 May 17:00 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]

11-12 May 17:00 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]

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16+ 241 RisquÈ Miranda Kane [UK] A Sex-Worker’s Real-Life Revelations of Frivolous Fornications! Hilarious stories from a 300lb, £2000 a night escort. Even if it’s not your first time with a prostitute, it’ll be the funniest! www.coinoperatedgirl.co.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

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Dickie & Dave [UK] 16+ 241 Sketch show Tea for Two is a brand new fast-paced sketch show. West-End regulars Dickie and Dave bring back the hilarity of the great British double acts with their own fresh twist. www.dickieanddave.com Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE 12 May 15:00, 19 May, 2 June 20:30 £8 (£6.50) [55mins]

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9 May 20:00 £8 (£6.50) [1hr30mins]

22-23 May 19:45 £8 (£6) [1hr]

17-18 May 18:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

11 May 18:30 £9 (£7) [1hr15mins]

4-5 May 21:00 £8 (£6) [1hr]

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


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18+ The Last Lectures [UK] Stand-up Exploring the human condition, with slides and jokes. James “British theatre director with a wicked sense of humour” (NYTimes). Stephanie “A great stand-up, always works magic” (Phil Kay). www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

19-22 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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THE MAYDAYS

The Maydays [UK] 16+ 241 Improv The double award-winning Maydays invite you to tour their improv shows, old and new. Each night a different format, different guests, different stories, but the same inimitable Maydays improv magic. www.themaydays.co.uk Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

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18+ BSMS Theatre Company [UK] The medical student cast return to Brighton Fringe with a show crammed full of side-splitting sketches, smutty songs and about as many laughs as junior doctors without jobs. www.bsmstheatre.co.uk Sallis Benney Theatre 176 H7 58 - 67 Grand Parade BN2 0JY

18+ MULTIMEDIA SomeNews.co.uk [UK] The stand-up show that takes a different look at the news. www.bcf.somenews.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

16-18 May 19:30 £8 (£6) [2hrs30mins]

4-5, 11-12, 19, 26 May 15:30. 14-16 May 18:00 18, 25 May 14:15 21-23, 28-30 May 21:45 Free, ticketed [1hr]

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THE THREE ENGLISHMEN

18+ University of Sussex Drama Society [UK] Funny Forced to spend all night together, the writing team of Britain’s worst soap opera must face their differences to fix their dying show. But alcohol has other plans... The Loft 28 F8 Ship Street BN1 1AD

5-8 May 19:30 £5 [1hr30mins]

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The Three Englishmen [UK] 241 Sketch show One of the UK’s best emerging sketch troupes return to Brighton with a fantastic new hour of sketches and songs to put a smile on every face. www.thethreeenglishmen.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

4-5 May 20:30 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]

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THE NEWS AT KATE 2013

16+ 241 Stand-up Kate Smurthwaite [UK] Slick, charismatic comedian and activist Kate Smurthwaite’s unashamedly left-wing, highbrow show. Seen on BBC 1, Channel 4, Channel 5, ITV, SkyTV and gone-viral YouTube clip ‘Atheist B!tchslap’. www.cruellablog.blogspot.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

S E E PA G E 5 4 f o r l is t i n g

Returning to Brighton Festival Fringe in 2013, the interactive comedy show that tours the world.

11, 18 May, 1 June 22:00 £8 (£6.50) [1hr15mins]

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THE ONE-EYED MEN: COOKIN’ UP TROUBLE! 18+ The One-Eyed Men [UK] Seminar These loveable scruffians inexplicably change vocations from comedy to cookery. A culinary masterclass that’ll stir-fry your brains and oven-melt your heart. “Weird and wonderful and really, really funny” **** (The Skinny). www.theoneeyedmen.co.uk Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 20-21 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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THE REAL MACGUFFINS

16+ 241 The Real MacGuffins [UK] Sketch show Following sell-out performances across the UK, the MacGuffins return to Brighton with a brand new hour of fast-paced sketch comedy, directed by Cal McCrystal (Mighty Boosh) “Brilliantly well-crafted” **** (Chortle). www.therealmacguffins.com Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

1-2 June 17:00 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]

‘A two-hour eat, drink and laugh sensation’ Daily Telegraph

‘outstanding’

FringeReview, Adelaide Fringe

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‘a once in a lifetime experience’

THE RHYTHM METHOD TOUR 2013 18+ POETRY Rhythmical Ravings and Rants [UK] Comedy smashes poetry on the head with a triangle, a double bass and a poet laureate that cant keep his clothes on! Vouchers for therapy available on the way out. www.rrrants.org/antipoet Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 31 May, 1-2 June 20:30 Free, ticketed [1hr]

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UNMANAGEABLE Larry Dean & Kim Hope are: [UK] 16+ STAND-UP Prim and proper on the outside, grim and preposterous on the inside. Be guided through the tangle of embarrassment that Larry & Kim laughingly call their lives. A funny, feelgood, untamed show. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

13-14, 20-22, 29-30 May 19:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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THE TREASON SHOW The Treason Show [UK] Satire Brighton’s legendary satirical sketch show. If you like satire with a bite and your tunes with a topical twist, this is the show for you.”Savagely funny-fantastically silly” (The Guardian) www.treasonshow.co.uk Sabai Pavilion 104 G7 Victoria Gardens BN1 1UG 21 May 16+

21:00 £8.50 [1hr30mins] 22-23 May 21:00 £12.50 (£10.50)

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WEGOTTICKETS BRIGHTON FRINGE NEW ACT COMPETITION WeGotTickets & Laughing Horse 18+ Stand-up Comedy [UK] Find out who is the best new comedian at Brighton Fringe, with 10 competitors plus compere across four heats, qualifying for the final judged by an expert panel. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ 7, 14, 21, 28 May 20:15 £5 (£4) [1hr30mins] 2 June

Midnight £6 (£5) [21hrs45mins]

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THE TWITNITS STAND-UP 16+ The Twitnits [UK] Improv Brighton based improv troupe The Twitnits join forces with three of Brightonís brightest stand-up comedians, Melissa Moremon, Dan Fardell & David Jordan, for an explosive night of comedy. www.thetwitnits.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

30 May 20:00 £5 (£4) [3hrs]

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WHY DON’T WE KILL OURSELVES? 18+ Patrick Lappin [UK] Stand-up Patrick Lappin contemplates The End - and if it’s not the answer, why not? “Intelligent, witty, masterly stand-up” Fringe Report. “An original” (Chortle). www.patricklappin.com Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 4-5 May 20:30

Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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THREEGOMANIACS 18+ Threegomaniacs [UK] Funny The Threegomaniacs are three diverse acclaimed upcoming stand-ups who present a fresh and heady mix of sardonic observations, dark whimsy and razor-sharp musical wit. www.laughinghorsecomedy.co.uk/brighton/festival.asp Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

5 May 22:00 7-9, 14-15, 29 May 17:45 13, 20, 27 May 20:15 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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Thomasjams [IRL] 16+ 241 Talk A one-man show based on the internet phenomenon, TED Talks, this is an absurd while seemingly heartfelt talk, with powerpoint for further clarity. How much nonsense will you believe? www.thomasjams.com Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

29-31 May 22:00 £8 (£6.50) [1hr]

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WILL YOU HOLD MY HAND?

18+ 241 Live music We Are Goose [UK] John Hunter (1728-1793) went to incredible lengths to become the father of modern medicine. Join We Are Goose ‘troubadours for our times’ as they expose the grisly truths behind Enlightenment surgery. www.wearegoose.co.uk Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB 13-15 May 20:30 £6 16-18 May 23:00 £6 [1hr]

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YORI YORI LOVE CHAT LUISA PAT 16+ Love You Productions [UK] Game show Circuit favorite Pat Monahan and Beyoncé extraordinaire Luisa Omielan bring you interactive tips on love and mating. Expect fun time banter, comedy silliness and maybe even the potential snog. www.whatwouldbeyoncedo.com Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

4-6 May 16:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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18+ Stand-up Will Mars [UK] A show about how America changed the world for one man. Will Mars is “Fearless” (The List) and writes jokes that “Take us out of our mundane reality” (The Guardian). www.willmars.com Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ 15-19 May 19:00

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Zombie Institute for Theoretical Studies [UK] 18+ 241 Science An interactive multi-media spoof tutorial, with Theoretical Zombiologist Doctor Austin, teaching you how to survive a hypothetical Zombieism outbreak using science. Supported by Wellcome Trust and University of Glasgow. www.zombiescience.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

21-23 May 21:00 £9 (£7.50) [55mins]

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16+ Contemporary Zion Dance Company [USA] Zion Dance Company is not your Mother’s dance company. A dichotomy between ferocity and vulnerability, wildness and refinement, they take traditional dance expectations and slap them in the face. www.ziondancecompany.com The Lectern 340 J2 5 Pelham Terrace BN2 4AF

4-7, 22-25, 29-31 May 1 June 20:00 £8 (£5) [1hr]

16+ Artichoke Artgroup [UK] 241 Physical theatre Ella’s mind is absolutely blank. Along her voyage she will encounter various characters who try to help her recover and put together the puzzle of her life. www.artichoketheatre.com The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

23-24 May 21:00 £8.50 (£5) [1hr15mins]

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Non Applicable Dance Collective [UK] 16+ Physical theatre The Non Applicables present three exciting, new and innovative companies to Brighton mobs that will tickle, provoke and sting. Watch their pubbing, clubbing, slobbing behaviour at The Brunswick. www.n-adc.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

8 May 20:00 £5 (£3) [2hrs]

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BRIGHTON ROCKS! Brighton Swimming Club [UK] 241 Musical theatre You’re never out of synch in Brighton! Brighton Swimming Club and Brighton Dolphin Synchro celebrate all things Brighton in their 5th annual aquatic synchronised swimming extravaganza. www.brightonsc.co.uk/synchro Prince Regent Swimming Pool 144 G7 Jubilee Square BN1 1YA 11 May 20:00 £8 (£6) [1hr]

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COOL BEANS Fan Dance Theatre Company [UK] Family Handmade by performers with learning disabilities, our dance theatre performance explores the four seasons through comedy, exciting music and sounds, animation, sensory lighting and shadow imagery. The Salvation Army Congress Hall 301 H4 1-6 Park Crescent Terrace BN2 3HD

28 May 11:00 29-31 May 19:00 Free, ticketed [1hr30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

16+ 241 Absurdist Claudia Jefferies [UK] A gaudy one-woman, physical theatre performance inspired by high glitz beauty pageants in the US. Three generations of women - and a prawn - compete to be crowned Ultimate Grand Supreme. Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

30 May 19:30 31 May, 1-2 June 18:00 £7 (£5) [1hr]

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RAGROOF TEA DANCE The Ragroof Players [UK] Interactive Join The Ragroof Players for a stylish afternoon tea dance for all ages and levels of experience. Dazzling demos, instant dance classes, authentic tunes and of course tea & cakes. www.ragrooftheatre.co.uk Sallis Benney Theatre 176 H7 58 - 67 Grand Parade BN2 0JY

19 May 14:00 £8 (£6) [3hrs]

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THE KIOSK: A SEE, DO, CONNECT EXPERIENCE 4Motion Dance Theatre Co. [UK] Physical We live in a world where the mobile device is king and the pay phone stands rejected. The Kiosk is an explosive dance theatre performance concocted with dark humour. www.4motiondancetheatre.co.uk The Hope 245 F7 11-12 Queens Road BN1 3WA

28-30 May 16:00 28-30 May 18:30 28-30 May 20:45 £8 (£5) [1hr]

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FANTI ACROBATS INTERNATIONAL Eddie Yank Production presents Fanti Acrobats International [GH] Acrobatics Award-winning traditional African acrobats from Ghana, West Africa. A breathtaking performance, not to be missed. www.fantiacrobats.com Thistle Brighton Hotel 141 G8 King’s Road BN1 2GS

15-19, 22-26, 29-31 May, 1-2 June 18:00 £6 (£3, £5 For groups of 4 or more. Children under 12 FREE.) [1hr]

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TRANSIT

Point Theatre Company [SUI] 241 Physical theatre TRANSIT is the modern tale of Samantha Applebee, an introverted Englishwoman who finds herself catapulted out of her comfort zone and into a peculiar adventure. www.apoint-theatre.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

22-23 May 19:00 £9 (£7.50) [1hr30mins]

The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

30-31 May 1-2 June 16:30 £8 (£6) [1hr15mins]

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HOW TO HOST A DINNER PARTY

Park Bench Dance Theatre [UK] 241 Contemporary A dining room. Two women prepare for a lavish dinner party. Will anyone turn up? Join them on a journey of expectation, nerves and despair in this minimalist dance work. www.parkbenchdancetheatre.co.uk The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

24-25 May 21:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [40mins]

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TRIBAL REMIX Tribal Fusion Belly Dance [UK] Tribal Remix is a showcase celebrating Tribal Fusion Belly Dance, a dance style where Middle Eastern dance is combined with other styles such as contemporary dance, street dance and flamenco. www.tribalremix.co.uk Sallis Benney Theatre 176 H7 58 - 67 Grand Parade BN2 0JY

5 May 20:00 £14 (£12) [2hrs]

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The Labour Representation Committee [UK] Political 24 months before elections, Tony Benn, John McDonnell MP, Ellie Mae O’Hagan, tax justice campaigner, discuss with you how Labour can make a real difference. 24 months to save Labour! www.l-r-c.org.uk Brighthelm Church & Community Centre 32 F7 North Road BN1 1YD 11 May 14:00 £10 (£5) [2hrs30mins]

18+ Film Slice Sussex [UK] Eclectic mix of film, both local makers & talent from outside Sussex. Reclaimed standard lamps & furniture, home from home environment, locally sourced food & drinks. Laid back vibes. www.slicesussex.co.uk Slice Sussex 320 B6 6 Church Road BN3 2FL

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The Soul Dome [UK] Family The Soul Dome, a 360’ inflatable cinema dome, has its inaugural appearance in Brighton. Totally immersive sensory ecstatic shows programmed to suit all age groups, with live and interactive elements. www.souldome.com Jubilee Square 71 G7 Jubilee Square BN1 1GE

24 May- 2 June 10:00 £7 (£5)

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8, 15, 22, 29 May 20:00 £6 [2hrs]

Brighton Buddist Centre[UK] Art Can we become more alive through meditation, Buddhism & art? Discover artists’ celebrations of Enlightenment. Meditation, presentation & discussion. Vidyadasa is an artist, and Triratna Buddhist Order Member. www.inspiringarts.co.uk Brighton Buddhist Centre 33 G7 17 Tichborne Street BN1 1UR

25 May 14:30 Free, non-ticketed [2hrs]

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5 DOWN, 20 ACROSS AT BOM-BANE’S Bom-Bane’s and Twenty Artists [UK] Verbatim Choose a crossword, stroll up, down and across the house, find your clues on each of the 20 newly-illustrated doors at Bom-Bane’s, then enjoy your black’n’white lunch/afternoon tea...and more. www.bom-banes.com Bom-Bane’s Music Cafe 51 H8 24 George St BN2 1RH

3-5, 10-12, 17-19, 24-26, 31 May, 1-2 June every hour from 13:00 - 17:00 £7.50 (£5) [1hr]

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CIRCUMSTANCE (2011) - Q&A WITH DIRECTOR International Feminist Journal of Politics (IFjP) [UK] 18+ Film Queer Film screening followed by Q&A with award-winning Director Maryam Keshavarz. A wealthy Iranian family struggles to contain a teenager’s growing sexual rebellion and her brother’s dangerous obsession. www.ifjp2013.wordpress.com Fulton A Lecture Theatre, University of Sussex 47 K1 University of Sussex BN1 9SJ 17 May 19:00 Free, ticketed [2hrs45mins]

ARE TAX DODGERS THE REAL SCROUNGERS? The Labour Representation Committee [UK] Political Tax evasion, avoidance and non-collection, cost £120 billion, while benefit fraud was below £5 billion (2010). Katy Clark MP, Mark Serwotka (PCS leader) and Owen Jones discuss who’s really scrounging. www.l-r-c.org.uk Community Base 8 F7 113 Queens Road BN1 3XG

22 May 19:00 £4 (£2) [2hrs30mins]

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BABY LOVES DISCO: TROPICAL BEACH PARTY

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DANCEITATION: ANCIENT WISDOM MEETS INTELLIGENT CLUBBING! Danceitation [UK] Spiritual 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. (Afternoon event is for children age 5+). www.danceitation.com Brighton Buddhist Centre 33 G7 17 Tichborne Street BN1 1UR

11 May 15:00 £5 [45mins] 11 May 19:30 £10 (£7) [2hrs30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

Baby Loves Disco UK Ltd [UK] Disco Brighton’s coolest cocktail bar and seafront sundeck transformed into childproof spaces with club DJs spinning retro pop for parents with kids (0-7 years) and LOTS more. See website for details. www.babylovesdisco.co.uk Audio / Above Audio 159 H8 10 Marine Parade BN2 1TL

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29 May 19:00 £4 (£2) [2hrs30mins]

6, 27 May 12:00 £8 6, 27 May 15:00 £8 [2hrs]

The Labour Representation Committee [UK] Political Coalition ‘reforms’ are making education a privilege for the few. Christine Blower (NUT leader), Veronica Killen (UCU Executive), Maia Pal (Sussex University) discuss how we defend universal state education. www.l-r-c.org.uk Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

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BE RECEPTIVE: ART/SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM

DEFINE & PROVIDE

16+ Art Brighton and Sussex Medical School [UK] A multidisciplinary afternoon of discussion and debate by artists, clinicians, medical researchers and carers, investigating personalised medicine, genetics, asthma and child health issues. Be Receptive exhibition private view follows event. www.bsms.ac.uk Audrey Emerton Building 44 K9 Eastern Road BN2 5BE

16+ Satire David de Pinna Merkriti [UK] A performer/actor finds he has a split multiple personality when he is sucked into a play he is filming, the consequences become hysterical. www.daviddepinna.com

21 May 14:30 Free, non-ticketed [4hrs30mins]

4 May -2 June £5 (£2.50) View online

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Brighton Fringe Outdoors Discover five Saturdays of fringe performances at our FREE outdoor showcase: from comedy to cabaret, music to puppetry and theatre to visual arts, sample the best of Brighton Fringe 2013. www.brightonfringe.org New Road 303 G7 New Road BN1 1UF

4, 11, 18, 25 May, 1 June 12:00 Free, non-ticketed [4hrs]

TAKEPART

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18+ Otherplace Productions [UK] 241 Live music Brilliant bands in Brighton’s Best Venue 2012. Dance the night away to some of the best bands around. There’s no other place to be this Fringe. See ad for line-ups. www.warrenvenue.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

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FRINGE FILM Fringe Film/Otherplace Productions [UK] 18+ SHORT Films Film is better on the Fringe! A different cinematic flavour every weeknight. Showing short films from all over the world, Fringe Film presents robots, jelly babies, dead guys and more. www.upstairsatthreeandten.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

6-7, 27 May 22:00 £2 (£1.50, £10 Ticket to all 5 ‘genres’) [20mins] 13, 20 May 21:30 £3 (£2) [50mins] 14, 21 May 22:00 £3 (£2) [45mins] 15-16, 22-23 May 22:00 £3 (£2) [30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY: IS THERE GOVERNANCE? University of Brighton Festival of Research [UK] 16+ Talk Sir Mark Moody-Stuart will draw on a lifetime of leadership in the international energy industry and his work for the Global Reporting Initiative in discussing renewable energy and sustainable development. www.brighton.ac.uk/news/events University of Brighton - Huxley Building Lecture Theatre 42 K1 University of Brighton BN2 4GJ

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8 May 18:30 Free, ticketed [1hr30mins]

DIDO’S LAMENT: VICTORIAN DEATH & MOURNING Sarah Tobias & Valentina Lari [UK] Talk World premiere of short, hauntingly beautiful black and white film, followed by discussion with creator Sarah Tobias and award-winning director Valentina Lari, plus brief talk, readings, and a photographic exhibition. www.sarah-tobias.blogspot.co.uk Gothic Chapel 446 J3 Woodvale Extra-Mural Cemetery BN2 3QB

6, 18 May 12:00 £6.50 (£5.50, £4 Schoolchildren/Students/Benefits ) [1hr30mins]

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HORLICKS AND ARMAGEDDON 18+ Sarah Angliss [UK] Talk In this deep underground refuge, hear “haunting music” (Evening Standard) and true tales of Britain’s nuclear survivalists. Like “finding a dusty old box in the attic, possibly marked Pandora” (The Argus). www.sarahangliss.com Old Police Cells Museum 199 G8 Brighton Town Hall BN1 1JA

7-8, 13-15 May 20:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr45mins]

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ELDERFLOWER FIELDS 2013

JACK THE RIPPER: FACTS, NO FICTION

The Family Festival [UK] Family A family weekend of fun activities, local food, woodland spa and 40 bands over two stages. Urban woods, sports camp, dance, music, art workshops and complimentary ‘So Sussex’ picnic. www.elderflowerfields.co.uk K1 BN8 5AF 24 - 27 May 12:00 Bentley Country Estate 4

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Lucky Dog Theatre Productions [UK] Historical London, 1888: Whitechapel prostitutes are being murdered. Philip Hutchinson is a world authority on Jack the Ripper and will tell you the facts; no myths, no theories... some jokes. www.lucky-dog.eu Brighton Media Centre Studio 73 F8 Friese-Greene House BN1 1AL 16-19 May 19:30 £8 (£7) [1hr]

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LILAC LARK FAIR

FESTIVAL OF RESEARCH 16+ University of Brighton [UK] Educational Please see website for further information. www.brighton.ac.uk/news/events K1 Checkland Building Asa Briggs Lecture Theatre 293 BN1 9PH 1 May 18:30 Free, ticketed [1hr30mins] Sallis Benney Theatre 176 H7 58 - 67 Grand Parade BN2 0JY

22 May 18:30 Free, ticketed[1hr30mins]

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Friends Of Withdean Park And Brighton Lions Club [UK] Family Join us again for another relaxing afternoon amongst the lilacs. Dog show, many stalls, children’s activities, Punch and Judy, owl display, music, refreshments, homemade cakes etc. Withdean Park 156 E1 London Road BN1 8BA12 May 12:30 [4hrs30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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FOODIES FESTIVAL BRIGHTON Foodies Festival [UK] Family Foodies Festival returns to Hove Lawns bringing with it the best in fine food and drink, Michelin-starred and top chefs, masterclasses and artisan producers. A fabulous, fun day out. www.foodiesfestival.com Hove Lawns 13 B7 Brunswick Terrace WA16 1TW

4, 5, 6 May 11:00 £12 (£10, £38 VIP Ticket) [9hrs]

The Labour Representation Committee [UK] Political Drop in and share memories of May Days, protests and struggles, past or present. Add your memories to our ‘Not Soft, Just South’ Sussex archive. Any era welcome! www.l-r-c.org.uk Community Base 8 F7 113 Queens Road BN1 3XG

4 May 12:00 Free, non-ticketed [5hrs]

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One Way Theatre [UK] Outdoors An evening of wonderful world cinema shorts in the gardens of St Georges Church, (Kemp Town) with One Way Theatre and their solar powered cinema screen. Free entry, donations welcome. www.kemptowncarnival.com St George’s Church 186 K9 St George’s Rd BN2 1ED

Brighton & Hove Food Partnership/Harvest/BHOGG [UK] Craft Come and swap or buy seedlings for your garden! There will be vegetables, herbs and more for growing spaces of all sizes, plus family-friendly activities. www.harvest-bh.org.uk/events Preston Park Vegetable Garden 486 F3 behind the Rotunda Cafe BN1 6HN 19 May 11:00 Free, non-ticketed [3hrs]

9 May 19:00 Free, non-ticketed [3hrs]

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Philosophy Garden [UK] Spoken word Inspirational mini-festival celebrating philosophy, storytelling, science, music and the arts. Explore ideas in a beautiful intimate setting. Speakers/Performers include Ben Haggarty, Peter Chand, Mary Hampton, Kefi Chadwick and Steve Jones. The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

4 May 12:55 £8.50 (£7) 13:00 £10 4 May 15:45 £5 4-5 May 20:00 £8 (£6) 5 May 14:30 £5 (£4) 5 May 16:00 £4 6 May 12:00 £4 6 May 13:30 £6 6 May 15:00 £6 6 May 17:00 £10 6 May 20:00 £6

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ST ANN’S CROQUET CENTENARY Friends of St Ann’s Well Gardens [UK] Trail Come in Edwardian dress, a prize for the best hat!! Join in croquet in the Gardens and heritage walks. Also every Saturday throughout May Heritage walks at 2.30pm. Meet at well. www.stannswellgardens.co.uk St Ann’s Well Gardens 155 C6 Somerhill Road BN3 6BA

4 May 14:00 Free, non-ticketed [3hrs30mins]

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Sussex County Cricket Club [UK] Sport Sussex County Cricket Club 2nd Annual Beer and Cricket Festival on Sunday 5th May - Presented by Maritime Media. Features YB40 match v Worcestershire. FREE ENTRY from 12:15pm. www.sussexcricket.co.uk Sussex County Cricket Club 433 B5 Eaton Rd BN3 3AN

10:00 [2hrs30mins] Free

5 May 13:45 Free, but ticketed. Tickets must be applied for via the Sussex CCC website. [4hrs45mins]

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ROUGH GUIDE TO BEING AN OUTSIDER Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project [UK] Talk Where the outsiders come alive! A celebration of inspiring events for everyone. Photography, film, theatre, art, debates and food. Throughout May - look at our website for more info. www.bucfp.org Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project 38 I7 6 Tilbury Place BN2 0GY

THE DESTROYERS - BALKAN BIG BAND 16+ Live music Playgroup [UK] “You owe it to the primal part of yourself to experience the frenetic glory of their live show” (Clash) - a Balkan explosion that picks you up and never lets go! www.thedestroyers.co.uk Concorde 2 2 J9 Madeira Drive BN2 1EN

11 May 19:00 £12 [3hrs]

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SECRET CITY SCREENING WITH FILMMAKERS Q&A The Labour Representation Committee [UK] Film What do you know about the City of London, the Corporation that runs it, and the economic crisis? Watch this revealing film then question the filmmakers and John McDonnell MP. www.l-r-c.org.uk Brighthelm Church & Community Centre 32 F7 North Road BN1 1YD 25 May 14:00 £8 (£4) [2hrs30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

SELL YOUR SHOW ON THE FRINGE Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society [UK] Talk Whether you are preparing for Edinburgh or performing in Brighton, our expert panel is here to help you get your show noticed. Presented by the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society. www.edfringe.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

19 May 13:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr30mins]

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THE GARDEN HOUSE PLANT FAIR The Garden House [UK] Outdoors Garden House Plant Fair with local specialist nurseries and craftspeople in our gorgeous garden selling inspiring plants and artifacts for every corner of your garden, allotment or terrace. Pop-up Café! www.gardenhousebrighton.co.uk 5 WARLEIGH ROAD 5 H4 BN14NT

11-12 May 11:00 £2 (£1.50) [6hrs]

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THE GREAT BRIGHTON SKATE RACE Kemp Town Carnival [UK] Family Fancy dress bedlam and silliness as roller skaters from across the UK take to the streets of Kemp Town Village to raise money for the Rocking Horse Children’s Charity. www.kemptowncarnival.com St Georges Road Kemp Town Village BN2 1ED

31 May 19:00 Free, non-ticketed [3hrs]

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SOULFUL SINGING Brighton Buddist Centre [UK] World Music African, sacred, uplifting and fun group harmony singing for all. Beautiful harmonies, beautifully simple, simply magic! NB 13th May will be a magical and meditative mantra based evening. www.soulfulsinging.co.uk Brighton Buddhist Centre 33 G7 17 Tichborne Street BN1 1UR

4, 18 May 14:00, 18 May 19:30 £8 (£7) [2hrs]

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SPACE INVADERS: CHILDREN’S SOCIAL MEDIA

CIRCY, University of Sussex & University of Brighton [UK] Film A debate about children and young people’s use of social media and other new technologies; featuring a shortlist of #iMedia competition films made by children and young people. www.sussex.ac.uk/esw/circy/index Sallis Benney Theatre 176 H7 58 - 67 Grand Parade BN2 0JY

20 May 18:00 Free, non-ticketed [2hrs]

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THE KEMP TOWN CARNIVAL 2013 The Kemp Town Carnival Association [UK] Absurdist The Kemp Town Carnival is one of Brighton’s longest running and largest community street festivals, with live music, wonderful foods, street theatre, arts and crafts, children’s entertainment and much more! www.kemptowncarnival.com St Georges Road Kemp Town Village BN2 1ED

1 June 11:00 Free, non-ticketed [8hrs]

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THE MARKED CLOTH - CONSPICUOUS CONSUMPTION The Marked Cloth [It] Exhibition This multi-discipline exhibition discusses the ethics, politics and symbolism of food: video art, performance, panel discussion, wine and olive oil tasting, and a finale of music to feed your soul. www.themarkedcloth.tumblr.com Brighton Unitarian Church 39 G7 New Road BN1 1UF

31 May 14:00 £15 (£12, £10 from 20:30) [8hrs]

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Watts Music Productions [UK] 241 Film Following his sell-out West End show and continued success at Brighton Fringe 2012, David Watts presents more silent movie comedy mayhem. “Pure Magic” (Latest7) www.silentmovieexperience.co.uk The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

12, 19, 26 May 15:00 £9 (£7, £28 Family 2 adults 2 children) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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16+ David de Pinna Merkriti [UK] Storytelling A serial audio screen play. A ship arrives having found a channel and sees the earth is administered by one people, who rely on one man after a world war. Visit the Youtube Website: www.youtube.com/user/thepiratemachine

4 May - 2 June View online FREE

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THE ULTIMATE KATE BUSH EXPERIENCE Shambush! [UK] Outdoors An interactive event! Gather on mass on the South Downs to re-enact Kate Bush’s Wuthering Heights and set a world record. Event will be filmed. www.Shambush.com D1 TBC TBC The South Downs National Park 29

25 May 13:00 Free, non-ticketed [3hrs]

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WIRED REALITY: NETWORKED WORLD 16+ University of Brighton [UK] Talk Professor Gillian Youngs explores how we are transforming the social fabric of our world, and our relationship to space and time through the mobile Internet and its varied interfaces. www.brighton.ac.uk/news/events Sallis Benney Theatre 176 H7 58 - 67 Grand Parade BN2 0JY

15 May 18:30 Free, ticketed [1hr]

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The Soul Dome [UK] Family The Soul Dome, a 360’ inflatable cinema dome, has its inaugural appearance in Brighton. Totally immersive sensory ecstatic shows programmed to suit all age groups, with live and interactive elements. www.souldome.com Jubilee Square 71 G7 Jubilee Square BN1 1GE

Hammer and Tongue / Adventure Poetry [UK] Spoken word The cutting edge of word. Twelve young MCs and performance poets do battle, representing their clubs and their style of spoken word. Rapper, singer, poet, person, Dizraeli, represents the possible. www.biteslam.co.uk Brighton Youth Centre 97 I8 64 Edwards Street BN2 0JR

24 May - 2 June 10:30 - 23:00 £7 (£5) [12hrs30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

29 May 18:00 £5 (£4, £2 Youth Club Membership and under 16s) [3hrs30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

A GRIMM NIGHT FOR HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN Chyngton Youth Academy of Arts and Drama [UK] Family Hans Christian Andersen gets an unexpected visit from the Brothers Grimm, who believe he has stolen their stories. Characters from Andersen and Grimm take the stage, often in unexpected ways. www.arts-academy.org.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

11-12 May 13:30 £8 (£6.50) [1hr20mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

BRINGING DOWN THE MOON

Peaceful Lion [UK] 241 Theatrical Mole burrowing out of the ground sees the Moon for the first time and thinks it’s the most beautiful thing he has ever seen and wants to play with it. www.PeacefulLion.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

4, 5, 6 May 11:30, 7-8 May 16:00 £8 (£6.50, £25 Family Ticket) [50mins]

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ARTHUR’S DREAM BOAT Long Nose Puppets [UK] Puppetry A magical playful children’s show with breathtaking puppets, so enchanting that everyone will want to sail away with Arthur in his dream boat! Brand new show by Long Nose Puppets. www.longnosepuppets.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG 1-2 June 11:30, 14:00 £8 (£6) [40mins] Meet the Puppet session takes place after the performance.

COMMUNITOY POP UP EVENT

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COOL MUSIC FOR COOL KIDS

Baby Loves Disco UK Ltd [UK] Disco Brighton’s coolest cocktail bar and seafront sundeck transformed into childproof spaces with club DJs spinning retro pop for parents with kids (0-7 years) and LOTS more. See website for details. www.babylovesdisco.co.uk Audio / Above Audio 159 H8 10 Marine Parade BN2 1TL

myminidisco [UK] Family A dance party for kids and social event for adults too. The trademark supersized ghetto blaster DJ booth plays cool accessible music, bootlegs of funk, disco and hip hop. www.myminidisco.co.uk Komedia 105 G7 44-47 Gardner St BN1 1UN

6, 27 May 12:00 15:00 £8 [2hrs]

12 May 14:00 £8 [2hrs30mins]

Tickets required for adults and children.

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Exploring Senses CIC [UK] Art ‘CommuniToy’ Toy Hacking and digital activities, workshops, performances, talks and films, which celebrate, encourage, and promote open-source learning, sharing, collaboration. www.ExploringSenses.co.uk Brighton Youth Centre 97 I8 64 Edwards Street BN2 0JR

25 May 13:00 Free, non ticketed [3hrs]

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B-FEST BRIGHTON YOUTH ARTS FESTIVAL Brighton Youth Arts Festival [UK] Contemporary Showcasing young talent from across Brighton and Hove with guests from across the UK including live music, theatre, dance, workshops, exhibitions and installations. www.b-fest.org.uk Brighton Youth Centre 97 I8 64 Edwards Street BN2 0JR

CREATING WEIRD AND WONDERFUL PETS Little Green Pig and Carlos Garde-Martin [UK] Art Come along to Jubilee Library for a free workshop with Brighton Fringe cover illustrator Carlos Garde-Martin. Carlos and Little Green Pig will help you create weird and wonderful pets. www.citylibraries.info Jubilee Library 96 G7 Jubilee Street BN1 1GE

19 May 14:00 Free, non-ticketed [2hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

25-30 May, 1-2 June 14:00 Free, non ticketed [7hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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CUSTARD CAPERS Brighton Rep Theatre [UK] A funny, fast-paced, sing-along show for kids. Join our heroine Zig Zag as she battles the baddie Chip O’Larta on his mission to ruin the big birthday bash. www.brightonreptheatre.co.uk Brighton Rep Theatre at The Globe 291 F8 78 Middle Street BN1 1AL 10-12, 17-19, 24-26, 31 May, 1 June 12:00 £5 [1hr] 20% off food & drink at venue for ticket holders. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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Deans Festival [UK] 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 K5 Warren Road BN2 6BB Woodingdean Primary School 213

Brighton Fringe [UK] Family It’s back! England’s best-loved concise quality newspaper is bringing you two picnics in Pavilion Gardens this year - with a showcase of Brighton Fringe 2013 family-friendly performances, activities and healthy snacks. www.brightonfringe.org Pavilion Gardens 292 G7 BN1 1EE

18 May 11:00 Free, non-ticketed [5hrs]

4, 25 May 12:00 Free, non-ticketed [4hrs]

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Classical Mayhem [UK] Family Witness kung-fu conducting, the human xylophone, an irritable nun and a very scary vampire in this interactive, slapstick tour of classical music from the dawn of time until yesterday afternoon. www.theoldmarket.com/decomposed-fringe The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS 29-30 May 14:30 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]

Hijack Family Fringe [UK] Family Hijack Family Fringe brings you the funniest stand-up comedians on the circuit, perfectly formed for the youngest comedy fans. See website for information. www.hijackhq.com Komedia 105 G7 44-47 Gardner St BN1 1UN

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ELDERFLOWER FIELDS 2013

HIJACK DIGITAL

25-26 May 14:00 £7 (£6) [1hr]

The Family Festival [UK] Family A family weekend of fun activities, local food, woodland spa and 40 bands over two stages. Urban woods, sports camp, dance, music, art workshops and complimentary ‘So Sussex’ picnic. www.elderflowerfields.co.uk K1 BN8 5AF 24 - 27 May 12:00 Bentley Country Estate 4

Hijack Family Fringe [UK] Digital Unplug your kids; Hijack Family Fringe goes digital! With help from Brighton’s most exciting creative technologists, Hijack Digital offers the chance to discover the insides of technology. www.hijackhq.com Komedia 105 G7 44-47 Gardner St BN1 1UN

weekend tickets £95 adult, £40 child (£85, £35 earybird)

29 May 12:00 £7 (£6) [4hrs]

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Vamos [UK] Funny A comic, anarchic and touching full mask adventure. Joy is losing her memory: her rebellious grandson Danny decides to become her carer. Where will their playful bond lead them? www.vamostheatre.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

4 May 15:30 £8 (£6.50, £25 Family Ticket ) [1hr50mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 S E E PA G E 3 4 f o r l is t i n g

Dukes @ Komedia [UK] Film Hijack Family Fringe invites children & their adults to Dukes @ Komedia to discover the brilliance of film outside the blockbuster classics. See website for further details. www.hijackhq.com Duke’s @ Komedia 107 G7 44-46 Gardner Street BN1 1UN

28, 30 May 13:00 £7 (£6) [3hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

HIJACK THE PARK Petra Massey from Spymonkey [UK] Family Hijack Family Fringe infiltrates one of Brighton and Hove’s parks! From this secret location, join forces to build a den, interwoven with stories from Spymonkey’s Petra Massey. See website for information. www.hijackhq.com Secret venue

1 June 11:00, 14:30, 17:00, 2 June 12:00, 14:30, 17:00 £7 (£6) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

HIJACK: ETS-BEEST Katrina Brown and Han Buhrs [UK] Family This one’s for 2-4 year olds to Hijack! Ets-beest is a performance for and with its audience, unfolding around a large sheet of white paper. It literally translates as ‘etching beast’. www.hijackhq.com Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

31 May 11:00, 14:00 £7 (£6) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

HIJACK: THE INCREDIBLE BOOK EATING BOY Bootworks Theatre [UK] Family Hijack Family Fringe takes over Jubilee Library! Based on Oliver Jeffers’ book, Bootworks Theatre invite one child and an accompanying adult on a whirlwind, book eating adventure with Henry. www.hijackhq.com Jubilee Library 96 G7 Jubilee Street BN1 1GE

25-26 May Midday-13:30 & 15:00 - 16:30, performance every 6 minutes £7 (£6) [1hr30mins]

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HUGGERS Nik Coppin A fun afternoon comedy and cabaret show for all the family to enjoy together. ‘My eight-year-old absolutely loved it’ ‘perfectly timed for child attention spans and demands’ (Child Friendly Brighton). Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

4-6, 25-31 May, 1-2 June 15:15 £5 (£4, £2 Children under 12) [1hr]

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Providing support for local young talent PROUD SUPPORTERS OF BRIGHTON FRINGE

The Pebble Trust welcomes applications for funding from talented young people in Brighton and Hove. Here are some of our recent Talent Grant recipients

James and Ryan are brothers from Hove who have both been selected for the England Under 18s football squad. They are using their grants to buy kit and travel to training.

Jamie was a medal winner at last year’s World Tap dance Championships in Germany. She used her grant to fund this successful trip.

Charlie boxes for Brighton and Hove and is currently ranked in the top two for his weight division in the UK.

A2 Arts travelled to Austria last summer to compete in the Dance World Cup, returning with two gold and one silver medal. They are looking forward to representing Great Britain again when the Dance World Cup comes to Brighton in July!

The next deadline for the submission of applications is June 7th 2013 For more information please contact louise@pebbletrust.org

www.pebbletrust.org Registered Charity Number: 1129132


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James Campbell [UK] Stand-up 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.theoldmarket.com/james-campbell-2013 The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS 28 May 14:00 £7 [1hr]

Exchange Events Ltd [UK] Family One hour show for the young at heart. Britain’s biggest illusions alongside peanuts. One of Britain’s smallest clowns. A crazy combination of magic, circus and slapstick comedy! www.victorianwonders.com Sabai Pavilion 104 G7 Victoria Gardens BN1 1UG

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ActAble [UK] Family Unleash your imagingation with our interactive performance and workshop! Find out what amazing adventures can come from junk! (Guideline age 4-11 years). www.actable.co.uk Hanover Community Centre 91 I6 33 Southover St BN2 9UD

Dark Squid, inc. [UK] Puppetry Dark Squid, inc. brings you a shadow puppet steam-punk fairytale (with extra sea shanties) to delight the whole family. Witness the creation of Brighton’s wackiest invention the Daddy Longlegs Railway. www.darksquidinc.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

26-28 May 14:00 £5 (£3) [1hr30mins]

27 May 13:00, 28-31 May 14:30 £5 (£3) [30mins]

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KASPER’S PUPPET THEATRE: A TRADITIONAL FAIRYTALE

MR PINEAPPLE HEAD

Kasper’s Puppet Theatre Company [UK] Puppetry Kasper’s Puppet Theatre presents an enchanting fairytale for children. Join our hero Kasper, as he takes his young audience through the enchanted forest in search of the King’s missing dog. www.kaspershow.co.uk K9 Brighton Marina BN2 5WA Brighton Marina 202 20-24 May 16:30 25-31 May 11:00, 14:00 £5.99 [45mins]

Mr Pineapple Head [UK] Family 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 The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

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LITTLE JOE’S CAUTIONARY TALES

MUSIC FOR AARDVARKS FRINGE PARTY

Reigate Grammar School Puppet Puppetry Theatre Company [UK] Little Joe is just a normal little boy, but Joe’s imagination is a wonderbubbly, mysteryfuddlifying creative machine! Join Joe, as he shares some of his most scarylumptious, squeamylicious tales. www.rgsdrama.net Jubilee Library 96 G7 Jubilee Street BN1 1GE

Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals [UK] Sing a song, cut a rug and make a noise with Brighton and Hove’s favourite preschool class. Maraca shaking, stick banging, leg kicking, parachute waving, sing songing fun! 6months - 4 years. www.uk-aardvarks.co.uk Knoyle Hall 379 E1 Knoyle Road BN1 6RB

4 May 10:00, 11:30, 13:00 [45mins]

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4, 6, 18, 25, 31 May, 1 June 12:00 £7 (£23 Family Ticket) [1hr]

4 May 16:00 £6 [50mins]

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PETE PICKS YOUR BRAINS! S E E PA G E 3 2 f o r l is t i n gs

Peter Campbell-Wells [UK] Magic Juvenile and irresponsible mindreading stunts! Peter Campbell-Wells finally brings his silliest feats of telepathetic wonder to family audiences in Brighton 2013. Ideal for audiences 10 years to adult. www.petepicksyourbrains.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ 4-6, 25-27 May 17:45 £6 (£5) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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Ripley Theatre [UK] Educational After the smash success of last year’s ‘Little Red’, another quirky musical retelling of an old favourite. Three days to find out the little man’s name! “Deliciously silly” (The Scotsman) Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

11-12, 19, 26-27 May 13:30, 17-18 May 19:00 £9 (£5) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

SIGNOR BAFFO Signor Baffo [UK] Theatrical In this lively local café, the children are in charge of the show. Signor Baffo is their lovable and eccentric chef, serving up generous helpings of silliness, mischief and adventure. Garden Café 12 C6 St Ann’s Well Garden 11, 25, 29-31 May, 1 June 11:00 £5 Child, Adults FREE [40mins]

Sat 25 May to Sun 2 June

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Handprint Theatre [UK] Family Sam LOVES hiding, especially at bath time. What happens when adventurers play with the plug? With puppetry, physical theatre and British Sign Language, small things turn into large characters! www.handprinttheatre.co.uk Brighton and Hove Junior School 206 B3 Radinden Manor Road BN3 6NH 22 May 17:00 £5 (£4) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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Little Cauliflower [UK] 241 Theatrical Mischievous banana skins, aggressive plastic bags and a rubber glove (with a nervous disposition). Everyday objects come to life whilst a confused puppet tries to make sense of it all. www.littlecauliflower.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

THE GIRL WITH THE IRON CLAWS The Wrong Crowd [UK] Puppetry Growing up isn’t easy, especially when youíre in love with a bear. Enchanting, dark, coming-of-age fairytale, fusing puppetry, music and storytelling for old and young. “Theatrical magic ****” (Guardian). www.wrongcrowdtheatre.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

25-27 May 16:00 £8 (£6.50) [1hr]

21 May 19:30 £12 (£10) [1hr]

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THE BIG BITE-SIZE BREAKFAST

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White Room Theatre & Bite-Size Plays [UK] Theatrical 5***** Award-winning ‘The Big Bite-Size Breakfast’- Exciting ‘Menus’ of Playlets (See Website). Childrens’ Plays + Half Term Workshops. Plus drink & croissant. Theatre Royal + Latest Music Bar. www.bite-size.org.uk/fringe-showplan Theatre Royal Brighton 35 G7 New Road BN1 1SD

4, 9-11, 16-18, 23-25, 28-31 May, 1 June 10:15 £12.50 (£9.50) 9-11, 16-18, 23-25 May 11:30 £12.50 (£9.50) [1hr] 30-31 May, 1 June 11:30 £20 [1hr 30 mins] Latest Music Bar 95 H8 14-17 Manchester St BN2 1TF

5, 12, 19, 26 May 11:00 £12.50 (£9.50) [1hr]

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THE BIG MATCH Brighton and Sussex Medical School [UK] Family Finding the right match of genes and medicine may make asthma sufferers better. Make your own models of genes and medicines at this fun, family-friendly event about new scientific discovery. www.bsms.ac.uk Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital 54 K9 Eastern Road BN2 5BE 19 May 11:00 Free, non-ticketed [5hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

THE BUBBLES FOR BREAKFAST PUPPET SHOW

The Purple Teapot Puppet Company [UK] 241 Family “The children were spellbound” “A wonderful Show” “Amazing”. Songs, magic, mime and puppets including a One Direction cover and a tribute to “The Life of Pi”. Age 4+. www.purpleteapot.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

5, 11 May, 2 June 12:00 £5 (£4) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

THE CLASSICS OF MAGIC!

Peter Campbell-Wells [UK] 241 Family Peter Campbell-Wells presents his thoroughly unorthodox take on magic’s greatest illusions! The show features cups, balls, rings,and even a family-friendly bullet catch... but definitely NO BUNNIES! www.classicsofmagic.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

4-6, 25-31 May, 1-2 June 13:00 £6 (£5) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

THE FEATHER CATCHER Filskit Theatre [UK] Theatrical Filskit Theatre invites you on a feather-catching quest, created through movement, shadow and playful projection. If you’re lucky you might even catch a feather of your very own! www.filskittheatre.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG 19, 25, 28-29

May 11:30 £8 (£6.50, £25 Family Ticket) [50mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

THE GIRL WITH NO HEART

Sparkle and Dark’s Travelling Players [UK] 241 Puppetry A stark, yet beautiful fable about the power of a child’s heart in a fragile paper world ravaged by war. Award-winning Sparkle and Dark present puppetry, music and shadowplay. www.sparkleanddark.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

Little Cauliflower Theatre Company [UK] Family The Machine travels around the world planting the trees, grass and flowers. This morning, it broke down! Two bumbling assistants have been left in charge and they need your help! www.littlecauliflower.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

26-27 May 11:30 £7 (£5.50, £22 Family Ticket) [35mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

THE TIM BAT TRICK SHOW Tim Bat [UK] Funny “Highly recommended for kids and adults alike...real pleasure” (The Argus), “Sheer variety, impressive skill, breakneck and life-enhancing..one of the best children’s shows on the Fringe” (Fringe Review). www.timbat.co.uk The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD 5, 12, 19, 26 May 12:00 £8 (£7) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

THE VERY SCARIESOME LOLLIPOP LADY Martha McBrier [UK] Storytelling A tale told in rhyme. A story of bravery, busy roads, friendship, a magical lollipop stick, and a really, really, really scary road crossing patrol officer. Ages 3-8. Babies welcome. www.brightonfringefest.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

28-31 May, 1-2 June 14:00 Free, ticketed [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

THE WORDCATCHER

Smoking Apples [UK] 241 Puppetry Two people meet, nothing extraordinary yet, except she can’t speak and he can’t read but through chance, miscommunication and the help of coincidence, two people meeting becomes extraordinary. www.smokingapplestheatre.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG Show: 25-27 May 14:00 £10 (£8.50, £30 Family Ticket) [50mins] Workshop: 28 May 14:00 £20 (£17.50) [2hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

TINY TEMPEST Mini Mall [UK] Family Shakespeare’s fantastical tale of magic, murder and monsters retold in an explosive new adaptation. A visual and physical feast featuring live music and songs. Will you survive the storm? www.mini-mall.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

3-6 May 18:00 £8 (£6.50, £25 Family Ticket) [1hr10mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

UNCLE MONTAGUE’S STORIES FROM THE SHADOWS

OnO Theatre Ensemble [UK] 241 Horror You would not like it here after dark! Adapted from Chris Priestley’s best-selling series. OnO Ensemble bring something all together creepier for 2013. Angel Winners 2011. For brave 6yr olds+. www.onotheatre.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

29-31 May 17:00 £8 (£6.50, £25 Family Ticket) [55mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 S E E PA G E s 3 4 , 6 4 & 7 5 fo r l is t i n gs

5-6 May 15:30 £8 (£6.50, £25 Family Ticket) [1hr15mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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Hosted by Murray Lachlan Young, Clare Pollard [UK] 18+ Poetry Poets Murray Lachlan Young & Clare Pollard delve into the bizarre lives and stranger works of Lewis Carroll, Edward Lear and James Taylor, the proto-surrealist of the 16th century. www.idler.co.uk Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

Hosted by Strange Attractor & Disinformation [UK] Interactive Mad science and musical madness collide in a one-of-a-kind performance featuring Victorian electro-medical apparatus and cheap musical instruments. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

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A FEAST OF LEARNING

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Cooked & Presented by Surprise Top Secret Guest Chefs [UK] 18+ Tasting Have your mind & body nourished in a unique voyage of culinary discovery, pairing a series of sublime courses with delicious cocktails and remarkably curious entertainments. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

16+ Spoken word New Writing South [UK] Dean Atta and Deanna Rodger host a poetry evening presented as a dining experience with a set menu of performers. Served with an open mic appetiser and Caribbean food. www.newwritingsouth.com The Writers’ Place 17 G7 9-10 Jew Street BN1 1UT

25 May 13:45 £12 [1hr]

24 May 12:30 Free, ticketed [1hr]

25 May 19:30 £65 [3hrs30mins]

17 May 19:00 £12.50 (£10, £7.50 Performance only, excludes food) [3hrs]

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ALCHEMY, DISTILLATION AND BOTANICAL FOLKLORE

DREAMS: OUR VIRTUAL REALITY?

18+ Hendrick’s British Ambassador, Duncan McRae [UK] Alchemy, sorcery, witchcraft, gin. Join Duncan as he delves into the magical history of the art that became science and the darker side of ingredients in Hendrick’s Gin. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

18+ Hosted by Dr. Anil Seth [UK] Gain mastery over your dreams, by discovering how neuroscience, theories of dreaming, and virtual reality are shaping a new understanding of the most mysterious state of consciousness. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

27 May 16:30 £15 [1hr]

26 May 16:00 £12 [1hr]

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APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCE ANNUAL PUBLIC LECTURE

FREE ENERGY AND INTERPRETING YOUR DREAMS

University of Brighton [UK] Spoken word Professor Ian Parker, co-director of Discourse Unit, presents ‘Neoliberalism and the Strong State in Higher Education: Psychology today’. Quantity and quality in service of power: welcome to the ‘change agenda’. www.brighton.ac.uk/sass/socialscienceforum Mayfield House Room M129 122 K1 University of Brighton BN1 9PH

18+ Hosted by Professor Jim Hopkins [UK] Uncover the secrets hidden in your dreams and explore the boundaries of your intellect through the application of groundbreaking ‘free energy’ theory. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

29 May 18:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr15mins]

26 May 13:00 £12 [1hr]

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GENTEEL TIPPLE THROUGH GIN IN LITERATURE

ARTIST IN A SAUNA Brash Brackenfield [UK] Spoken word Take one enlightened rap poet artist and all round freedom guy, put him in a sauna live on stage, turn up the heat, bring in the audience, cue the action! www.brashbrackenfield.co.uk K9 The Cabin 26 Brighton Steiner School BN2 5RA

28 May 19:30 £6.50 (£4.50) [3hrs]

Hosted by David Piper & Duncan McRae [UK] 18+ 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. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

24 May 20:00 £12 [1hr30mins]

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HENDRICK’S CARNIVAL OF KNOWLEDGE

ASK A PHILOSOPHER 18+ Spoken word Hosted by Dr. Mark Vernon [UK] No question is too big for philosophy teacher, psychotherapist and ex-priest Dr. Vernon. A modern day Socrates; he’s ready and waiting for any questions you might care to ask. www.idler.co.uk Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

25 May 13:30 Free, ticketed [2hrs30mins]

18+ Hosted by Hendrick’s Gin [UK] If knowledge is the food of the soul, then let’s FEAST! This travelling parlour of enlightenment combines exceptional experts & erudite amateurs. A fiesta of learning & fine cocktails. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

24-27 May 12:00 Free, non-ticketed

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If knowledge is the food of the soul, then dear friends, let us feast! From the 24th to the 27th of May, Hendrick’s carnival of knowledge will open its doors to the fine citizens of Brighton & hove. this travelling parlour of enlightenment will reawaken our spirit of curiosity by bringing together exceptional experts, erudite amateurs & passionate dilettantes in a riotous festival of knowledge, ideas, and exquisite cocktails. Within the opulent angel House at 1 Brunswick Terrace, the Carnival will feature a decadent cocktail bar for all to enjoy, as well as a packed program of interesting diversions and entertainments including:

david PiPer & duncan Mcrae on the significance of Gin in Literature The Idler Academy’s day of Merriment with Qi’s JoHn MiTcHinson & MurraY lacHlan Young dr. BrYonY crowe’s Dream Studio And a suBliMe FeasT of learning... Visit Hendricksgin.coM/carnivaloFknowledge to get your tickets today! PLEASE ENJOY THE UNUSUAL RESPONSIBLY


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18+ Hosted by Hendrick’s Gin [UK] One cannot nourish the mind without first nurturing the body. Surprise and delight your taste buds at Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge Bar, exquisite cocktails served by the finest bartenders. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

16+ Spoken word Chopped and Fried [UK] A whistle stop tour of songs and stories about Jews and food. Chopped and Fried will have you salivating with heimishe laughter (and you so don’t need to be Jewish...) Waterstones 74 F7 71-74 North Street BN1 1ZA

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HOW OUR DREAMS INFLUENCE THE ARTS

PHILOSOPHY GARDEN

18+ Film Hosted by Dr. Agnieszka Piotrowska [PL] In 1924, Andre Breton’s Manifesto for Surrealism challenged artists to find the ‘language of dreams’. Dr Agnieszka Piotrowska explores how his influence continues today in films like Inception. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

Philosophy Garden [UK] Spoken word Inspirational mini-festival celebrating philosophy, storytelling, science, music and the arts. Explore ideas in a beautiful intimate setting. Speakers/Performers include Ben Haggarty, Peter Chand, Mary Hampton, Kefi Chadwick and Steve Jones. The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

24-27 May 12:00 Free, non-ticketed [11hrs]

26 May 14:30 £12 [1hr]

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HOW TO LUCID DREAM 18+ Talk Hosted by Dr. Keith Hearne [UK] Inventor of the Dream Machine and father of Lucid Dream Research, Dr. Keith Hearne reveals his discoveries and what they tell us about dreams, the unconsciousness and inducing lucid dreams. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

26 May 19:30 £12 [1hr]

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IDLERS OF THE ENLIGHTENMENT, A SYMPOSIUM Hosted by Tom Hodgkinson, John Mitchinson 18+ Talk and Mark Vernon [UK] ‘Idlers of the Enlightenment’, a Symposium with Idler editor Tom Hodgkinson, QI’s John Mitchinson, and writer Mark Vernon – investigating the lesser-known works and hitherto concealed philosophy of ‘Idlerism’. www.idler.co.uk Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

25 May 16:15 £12 [1hr15mins]

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LADY OF THE WILD WEST HILL!

VG Lee [UK] 241 Funny Jean Bushell’s friends are getting older, still hoping for something more from their lives; a dance partner, rampant sex, guppies or a knitting pattern. But what does Jean want? www.vglee.co.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD 16+

17-19 May 19:45 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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Interval Out of Town

9 May 19:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

4 May 12:55 £8.50 (£7), 13:00 £10, 4 May 15:45 £5, 4-5 May 20:00 £8 (£6), 5 May 14:30 £5 (£4), 5 May 16:00 £4, 6 May 12:00 £4, 6 May 13:30 £6, 6 May 15:00 £6, 6 May 17:00 £10, 6 May 20:00 £6 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

PRANKS AND MISCHIEF 18+ Interactive Hosted by Dr. David Bramwell [UK] In this comic lecture, Dr. David Bramwell explores how historical tricksters and their spectacular pranks have helped shape culture and society. Can we trust him to tell the truth? www.idler.co.uk Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

25 May 15:00 £12 [1hr]

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QUINTESSENTIAL ANTHOLOGY OF GIN – PARTICULARLY HENDRICK’S Hendrick’s British Ambassador, Duncan McRae [UK] 18+ Tasting A Brief History of Gin hosted by Hendrick’s British Ambassador combines history, anecdote & mythology along with delicious insight into the botanicals and craft inside each bottle of Hendrick’s Gin. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

24 May 14:00 £15 [1hr]

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RATTLE TALES 16+ Storytelling Rattle Tales [UK] Rattle Tales returns to Brighton Fringe after last year’s sell-out show. Brighton’s only interactive short story night is a unique experience. ‘Making literature a live event.’ www.rattletales.org The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

23 May 21:00 £5 [2hrs]

MAD HATTER TEA PARTY 18+ Exhibition Hosted by The Enlightenment Café [UK] The Mad Hatter invites everyone to tea to learn about their dreams. See how Brighton’s Dreams interweave, and how you’re connected to other party-goers in the Land of Nod. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

26 May 19:00 Free, ticketed [1hr30mins]

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STORIES WITH TEA 16+ Spoken word Lynn Ruth Miller [USA] Lynn Ruth Miller’s tales show you how to discover the magic in all our lives. Join her for tea and tales of yesterday. www.lynnruthmiller.com Latest Music Bar 95 H8 14-17 Manchester St BN2 1TF

5, 12, 19, 26 May 16:00 £6 [1hr18mins]

MAD, BAD WORLD OF JEFF KEEN 18+ Talk By William Fowler [UK] William Fowler, Curator of Art Film at the BFI takes us on a journey through the life and films of Brighton-based experimental & underground film maker Jeff Keen. Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

24 May 16:00 £12 [1hr]

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MADAME GENEVA - RASCAL OR ROYALTY? 18+ Hendrick’s British Ambassador, Duncan McRae [UK] Does gin really make you cry? And why ‘Mother’s Ruin’? Join as we explore the gritty past of the Queen’s favourite tipple and its rise up through the classes. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

27 May 12:30 £15 [1hr30mins]

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THE DREAM LAB Hosted by The Enlightenment Café [UK] 18+ Interactive Slip into your subconscious in the Dream Lab, where five ‘beds’ are ready to excite your senses and enhance your dreams with an array of unusual and evocative stimuli. Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

26 May 13:00 Free, ticketed [4hrs]

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18+ Interactive Hosted by Dr. Bryony Crowe [UK] Using your dreams as inspiration, create a poem, painting or sculpture in our Studio. Psychiatrist Dr. Bryony Crowe will work with you to uncover insights hidden in your creations. Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

18+ Tasting Hosted by Hendrick’s Gin [UK] Effortless entertaining made simple! In this hands-on cocktail masterclass we teach the tricks and tips, recipes and rationale that turn your kitchen into the ultimate drinks destination. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

26 May 13:00 Free, ticketed [4hrs]

27 May 14:00,16:00 £20 [1hr]

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THE GUILTY DREAM

Peter Farr [UK] 241 Solo show Peter recounts his eventful African past, weaving a web of wonder around the audience. A blend of powerful thoughtprovoking storytelling with a fusion of images, sound and music. www.peterfarrpoet.co.uk Brighton Media Centre Studio 73 F8 Friese-Greene House BN1 1AL

VITAI LAMPADA - THE POWER OF WOMAN 16+ Solo show Elal Productions [UK] Alan Felton takes a look at selected Victorian/Edwardian, poets, novelists, and dramatists whose lives and works were inspired by women. www.victorian-entertainment.com Hannah House 490 C7 Garden Flat BN3 1HL

14-15 May 19:45 18-19 May 14:30 £7 (£5, £4 Children up to 16) [50mins]

20-23 May 18:00 £8 (£6) [1hr15mins]

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THE HOUR

WRITE FICTION WITH WENDY ANN GREENHALGH

Hosted by David Piper & Duncan McRae [UK] 18+ Tasting The Cocktail Hour is the most delightful ritual, and one worth considered cogitation. Let’s make our journey through the mystical hour together. Cocktails and canapés included, of course. Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

16+ New Writing South [UK] A Feast of Fiction for the Festival: If you’ve always wanted to write a novel or short story, these four workshops introduce you to the key techniques for writing fiction. www.newwritingsouth.com The Writers’ Place 17 G7 9-10 Jew Street BN1 1UT

9, 16, 23, 30 May 18:30 £45 (£15 per individual session)

24-27 May 18:00 £15 [1hr]

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18+ Interactive Hosted by The Idler Academy [UK] Be amazed by The Electronic Wizard as he demonstrates the famous Tesla Coil and other fascinating and fearful gadgetry. Sparks are guaranteed to fly in this highly-charged performance! www.idler.co.uk Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

16+ Interactive Rottingdean Writers’ Group [UK] We invite you to an interactive evening of writing and reading! Members will read, then inspire you to write. You will be invited to present to the audience by lottery. www.rottingdeanwritersgroup.co.uk The English Language Centre 333 B6 1 33 Palmeira OWNERS_DIRECT_FRINGE_ADVERT_93X128.pdf Mansions BN3 2GB

25 May 12:00 Free, ticketed [5hrs]

22, 24 May 19:30 £8 (£6) [2hrs15mins]

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THE MARTINI COCKTAIL. STIRRED, NOT SHAKEN Hendrick’s British Ambassador, Duncan McRae [UK] 18+ Tasting Shaken or stirred? Gin or vodka? Olive or twist? The King of drinks or an amusing antique? Here, we trace (and taste) through the family tree of this legendary concoction. www.hendricksgin.com Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

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THE SECRETS OF VEDIC MATHS Hosted by James Glover, The Idler Academy [UK] 18+ Seminar Vedic Maths is an elegant and esoteric system of knowledge developed one hundred years ago in India. Learn its secrets and astound your friends with feats of numerical skill. www.idler.co.uk Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

25 May 12:30 £12 [1hr]

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Charlie Dupré [UK] 241 Hip hop/breakin’ Classical playwriting and hip-hop meet in an electrifying lyrical brew, as Charlie takes you on an exploration of Shakespeare’s best known works, and those of his rap battle nemesis. www.charliedupre.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

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THEREMIN JAM SESSION By Strange Attractor & Disinformation [UK] 18+ Interactive The theremin is a curious instrument with no strings, keys or drums. Learn the history and how to play with theremin maestros Leila Dear and Sarah Angliss. Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge 100 C7 Angel House BN3 1HN

24 May 15:00 Free, ticketed [2hrs]

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Brighton Beach Boys/Psychedelic Live music Love Orchestra [UK] A musical journey through classic singles and hidden gems, culminating in a rendition of Abbey Road by this brilliant ensemble. Love this? See Life of Brian and Pet Sounds listings. www.sites.google.com/site/bbbfestival2011 All Saints Church 56 A5 The Drive BN3 3QE

16+ A Cappella Isovuka Production & Promotions [SA] A sound sensation that absolutely inspires from the beating heart of Soweto. Four boys with golden voices, great music inspirational harmonies and fabulous dance expressing the spirit of Africa. www.entsha.com The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

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23-26 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [1hr]

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EstradeProductions [UK] 241 A novel concert created by singers and performers with only 48 hours to choose, prepare, rehearse and perform. www.theestradebrighton.com The Estrade @ First Church of Christ, Scientist 305 D7 97 Montpelier Road BN1 3BE

17 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs30mins]

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African Night Fever [UK] World Music A cross cultural live music journey promising a tropical sunshine party for everyone. With live sets from Rebel Control plus Congolese Soukous Stars Zong Zing All Stars. www.africannightfever.com Komedia 105 G7 44-47 Gardner St BN1 1UN

23 May 20:00 £10 (£8, £12 on the door) [4hrs]

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AFTERNOON RECITAL WITH HELEN BURFORD

A CAPPELLA AT THE COURT! Coastline Harmony [UK] A Cappella Award-winning local female a cappella 4-part harmony chorus. Come and experience spine-tingling close harmony singing, featuring your favourite tunes, old and new. The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

4 May 19:00 £7 (£6) [1hr]

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A LOVE SUPREME: COLTRANE AND MORE! Terry Pack Palimpsest Quintet [UK] Jazz Terry Pack’s Palimpsest Quintet: Paul Greenwood, Andy Williams, Mark Edwards, Martin France (Joss Peach and Dave Trigwell on 26/5) play new arrangements of Coltrane, Miles, Jobim, Hancock and original material. www.terrypackbass.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF 26 May 12:00, 2 June 20:00 £10 (£5) [3hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

Helen Burford [UK] Classical Critically-acclaimed pianist Helen Burford returns to Brighton Fringe with an exciting programme of solo works by Bach, Messiaen and Ginastera. www.helenburford.com Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF 5 May 15:15 £9 (£6) [1hr5mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

AN EVENING OF HAUNTING SOULFUL MELODIES The Carrie Tree Trio [UK] 18+ Acoustic Damian Rice meets Norah Jones’. Andy Barlow’s (from Lamb) new featured vocalist is ‘a natural beauty who performs delicate, soulful melodies with poetic lyrics’. New record available at carrietree.com! www.carrietree.com The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF 27 May 20:00 £7 (£5) [3hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

BABY LOVES DISCO: TROPICAL BEACH PARTY

A TCHAIKOVSKY GALA CONCERT Sussex Symphony Orchestra [UK] Classical An evening dedicated to the immensely passionate and romantic music of Pyotr Ilich Tchaikovsky. The programme includes Capriccio Italienne, Rococco Variations with cello soloist Pavlos Carvalho and Symphony No. 4. www.ssomusic.co.uk St Bartholomew’s Church 185 G5 Ann Street BN1 4GP

18 May 19:30 £15 (£10, £5 Children under 16 & NUS) [2hrs15mins]

Baby Loves Disco UK Ltd [UK] Disco Brighton’s coolest cocktail bar and seafront sundeck transformed into childproof spaces with club DJs spinning retro pop for parents with kids (0-7 years) and LOTS more. See website for details. www.babylovesdisco.co.uk Audio / Above Audio 159 H8 10 Marine Parade BN2 1TL

6, 27 May 12:00, 15:00 £8 [2hrs] Tickets required for adults and children.

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London Reggae Festival 2000 [UK] World Music Legendary vocal roots group from Kingston, Jamaica. Best known for Rastafarian ‘hymn ‘Satta Massagana’, one of reggae’s most popular songs. Performing live with their sixpiece band. www.theabyssinians.com Komedia 105 G7 44-47 Gardner St BN1 1UN

Music at St Michael’s [UK] Classical Brilliant young cellist Pavlos Carvalho continues his survey of Bach’s mesmerising solo cello suites. Sumptuous music in sumptuous surroundings. www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org

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14 May 20:00 Free, ticketed [2hrs30mins]

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Music at St Michael’s [UK] Family The wonderful cellist Pavlos Carvalho treats us once again to two evenings of Bach & an opportunity to hear Bach’s complete solo suites for violoncello. Sumptuous music sumptuous surroundings. www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org St Michael & All Angels Church 191 E6 Victoria Road BN1 3FU

Music at St Michael’s [DE] Classical A trio of bassoons hotfoot from Germany present us with a delicious musical recital. The Quedlinburger Fagott (bassoon) Trio FCC. A musical journey; ‘Three bassoons through five centuries’. www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org St Michael & All Angels Church 191 E6 Victoria Road BN1 3FU

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Music at St. Michael’s [UK] Classical The ever popular violinist Benedict Cruft returns for the 24th year running to St Michael’s to treat us to Bach’s wonderful solo violin works. www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org St Michael & All Angels Church 191 E6 Victoria Road BN1 3FU

Music at St Michael’s [UK] Classical Violinist Ellie Blackshaw & pianist Raija Walker present a programme of violin sonatas by Beethoven & Grieg. Beethoven’s violin sonatas are a true duo between the two instruments. www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org St Michael & All Angels Church 191 E6 Victoria Road BN1 3FU

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BACH SOLO VIOLIN PARTITAS & SONATAS

BLOCO BRANCO LIVE

Music at St. Michael’s [UK] Classical Benedict Cruft gives his second perfomance of the weekend at St Michael’s. Featuring the G minor & C major Sonatas & the Partita in B minor. www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org St Michael & All Angels Church 191 E6 Victoria Road BN1 3FU

16+ Bloco Branco [UK] Live music 8-piece urban bateria playing high-octane samba, funk and breakbeats with musical guests and a soul-coaxing, lifeaffirming, gotta dance vibe. www.brunswickpub.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

5 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [1hr30mins]

6 May 15:00 24 May 20:00 £5 (£3) [2hrs]

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BACH’S GOLDBERG VARIATIONS

BOM-BANE’S MUSIC, COMEDY, TALK & FILM

Music at St. Michael’s [UK] Solo show Pianist Rachel Fryer provides a rare opportunity to hear Bach’s extraordinary Goldberg Variations in their entirety. Full of contrast, the Variations last 80 minutes. www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org St Michael & All Angels Church 191 E6 Victoria Road BN1 3FU 11 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [1hr30mins]

Jane Bom-Bane and Many Others [UK] The Baron, Baroque Byrds, Bom-Bane, Bowen, Bonobos, Brown, Close Shaves, Egg, Films, Gilli Bloodaxe, Grant, Harrison, Lalor, Lee, Neary, Olivier, ‘Paul’, Skelton, Spacedog, Uttley, Vaughan/ Walker, Vogue. See website for details. www.bom-banes.com Bom-Bane’s Music Cafe 51 H8 24 George St BN2 1RH 3, 6-7, 9-11, 14, 16-18, 21, 23-25, 27-28, 30-31 May

25 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs]

4 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [1hr30mins]

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18 May 13:15 £6 (£4) [1hr]

11 May 13:15 £6 (£4) [1hr]

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BACH’S GOLDBERG VARIATIONS Rachel Fryer – Piano [UK] Classical Pianist Rachel Fryer provides a rare opportunity to hear Bach’s extraordinary Goldberg Variations in their entirety. Full of contrast, the Variations last 80 minutes. Pre-concert talk 3pm, performance 3.20pm. www.rachelfryer.co.uk Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

BOOGIE TROOP

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6 May 20:00 £10 (£8) [3hrs]

25 May 15:00 £10 (£7) [2hrs]

Boogie Troop [UK] Live music 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 The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

BANK ON JAZZ Terry Seabrook [UK] Jazz Terry Seabrook brings lively and accomplished jazz piano to The Old Bank, with vocals supplied by Imogen Lyle; refreshments will be available from the Bank bar and kitchen. The Old Bank 485 J9 120 St Georges Road BN2 1EA

5 May 19:30 £10 (£7) [2hrs15mins]

BRAHMS AND RUTTER Brahams and Rutter Classical A selection of solo and choral works. The Estrade @ First Church of Christ, Scientist 305 D7 97 Montpelier Road BN1 3BE

18 May 16:00 £10 (£8)

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BANK ON JAZZ Magdalena Reising [UK] Jazz Singer/harpist Magdalena Reising performs beautiful music that couples unforgettable vocals with a sophisticated folk/ jazz feel. Piano (Terry Seabrook) and double bass (Steve Thompson). www.magdalenareising.com The Hove Bank 64 E7 64 Western Road BN3 2JQ

BRIGHTON COLLEGE CHORAL SOCIETY FESTIVAL CONCERT Brighton College [UK] Classical

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8 May 19:00 £12 (£6, £10 Friends of the Fringe) [2hrs]

26 May 19:30 £10 (£7) [2hrs15mins]

BARB JUNGR: STOCKPORT TO MEMPHIS Barb Jungr [UK] Vocal Stockport to Memphis is the superb new album from the magnificent, mesmerising and magical Barb Jungr, one of the world’s foremost interpreters of song. **** (The Independent) Komedia 105 G7 44-47 Gardner St BN1 1UN

15 May 20:00 £12.50 (£10) [2hrs]

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Brighton College’s Choral Society perform Faure’s Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine, accompanied by the College Orchestra. Other works include Butterworth’s The Banks of Green Willow and Finzi’s Eclogue. www.brightoncollege.org.uk St George’s Church 186 K9 St George’s Rd BN2 1ED 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

BRIGHTON FILM QUARTET World Premiere of Brighton’s Hottest Talent [UK] Classical Beautiful, original film-style music by local composer, Penny (top). Classical with a modern twist, ‘Amelie’ meets ‘The Piano’: cello, clarinet, violin, piano & gorgeous soundtrack. Don’t miss this extraordinary evening! www.verycomposed.com Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

16 May 19:30 £7 [1hr45mins]

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Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus [UK] Live music Some claim Eurovision is dead. Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus imagine what might happen should Brighton stage an alternative song contest. Would it be a fabulous folly or a scandalous success? www.brightongmc.org Brighthelm Church & Community Centre 32 F7 North Road BN1 1YD

3-4 May 19:30 £12 (£10) [2hrs30mins]

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BRIGHTON ORGANISTS’ RECITALS AT ST BARTHOLOMEW’S CHURCH Brighton and District Organists’ Association [UK] Classical Brighton Organists’ recitals at St Bartholomew’s 1310: 7th May: Nick Milner-Gulland 14th May: Brian Smith 21st May: James Lloyd Thomas. Free admission, retiring collection. www.iao.org.uk/bdoa St Bartholomew’s Church 185 G5 Ann Street BN1 4GP

7, 14, 21 May 13:00 Free, non-ticketed [55mins]

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CANDLELIT CLASSICS: MOZART’S REQUIEM

Supported by Legal & General [UK] 241 Classical Championed by ClassicFM, Mozart’s hauntingly beautiful & ever popular ‘Requiem’ and ‘Ave Verum’ performed amidst the stunning surroundings and acoustic of St Bartholomew’s Church in a special candlelit performance. www.rrcs.org.uk St Bartholomew’s Church 185 G5 Ann Street BN1 4GP

11 May 21:00 £14 (£12) [1hr]

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CLARA ROSS, BRIGHTON’S BEST-KEPT SECRET? Paul Sparks (Mandolin), The Carmen Rollers [UK] Classical Music for female voices/mandolin, by Brighton composer from St. James’s Street - pioneering Victorian woman composer publishing music for voice, piano, guitar and mandolin throughout the UK and USA. www.achurchnearyou.com/falmer-st-laurence K1 Falmer South BN1 9PQ St. Laurence Church 25

11 May 17:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

CARNIVALESQUE

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18+ Live music Harmony in the Community [UK] Carnivalesque, an extravaganza full of live music, DJs, performance decor and free cake! Put on your animalesque costumes on the 31st of May. Electro swing, Sam and the Womp and much more! www.harmonycommunity.org The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS

31 May 20:00 £16.50 [6hrs]

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CLIVE CARROLL & GEOFF ROBB Clive Carroll and Geoff Rob UK] Acoustic Clive Carroll is an internationally acclaimed guitarist with many recordings, compositions and awards to his name. Joining him for this double bill of guitarists is local guitarist Geoff Robb. www.clivecarroll.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

20 May 20:00 £10 (£8) [3hrs]

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CELEBRATION! Brighton City Singers Choir [UK] Live music Musical powerhouse MJ Paranzino and her 3 choirs – 200 voices in total – celebrate 10 years of performing new choral works, interspersed with well-loved classics, in an innovative concert. www.brightoncitysingers.co.uk The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS 4 May 19:30 £8 (£6) [2hrs]

CLUB BERLIN HOSTED BY DAS FENSTER

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9 May 20:00 Free, non-ticketed [3hrs]

16+ Live music Das Fenster [UK] An art/club night with a focus on live electronic-influenced music hosted by Justin Welch, Mew and Das Fenster’s Eva Katharina. Bands, DJs and art of inspiring local artists. www.dasfenster.co.uk Green Door Store 463 G5 Lower Good Yard BN1 4FQ

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CELLO & PIANO RECITAL Music at St Michael’s [UK] Classical Brilliant local cellist Esther Ward-Caddle & pianist Deltcho Deltchev give a entrancing recital of works by Dvorak, Rachmaninoff & Shostakovich. Sumptuous music in sumptuous surroundings. www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org St Michael & All Angels Church 191 E6 Victoria Road BN1 3FU

18 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs]

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CONCERT: RACHMANINOFF VESPERS AND BACH MOTETS Canticle Chamber Choir (UK)

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Canticle Chamber Choir sings Rachmaninoff’s ‘Vespers’ and Bach motets ‘Jesu meine Freude’ and ‘Lobet den Herrn.’ www.canticlechamberchoir.org Brighton Unitarian Church 39 G7 New Road BN1 1UF

1 June 19:30 £10 (£5) [1hr45mins]

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CHARMING CHOPIN Raija Walker (UK) Classical Classical concert featuring music by Chopin. www.theestradebrighton.com The Estrade @ First Church of Christ, Scientist 305 D7 97 Montpelier Road BN1 3BE

DAVID MIGDEN & THE DIRTY WORDS

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22 May 19:30 £7 (£4) [3hrs30mins]

4 May 15:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs30mins]

The Brunswick [UK] 241 Live music Exciting 5-piece performing originals in a genre-busting crossover of rock, blues and twisted American roots. Support from WestAfrican influenced blues stompers ‘Rabbit Foot’ and One Man Band Boogie, ‘Andy Twyman’. www.brunswickpub.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

CHORUSES AND CONCERTI Roedean School [UK] Classical Spectacular operatic choruses including Verdi’s Triumphal Scene (Aida) and Mascagni’s Easter Hymn (Cavalleria Rusticana) performed by the Roedean Community Choir with concerti by Bach, Beethoven, Rachmaninov, Richard Strauss and Vivaldi. www.roedean.co.uk K9 Roedean School BN2 5RQ Roedean Chapel 175

DEUX JOHNS ORCHESTRA JAZZFEST

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4 May 16:00 £5 (£2) [1hr15mins]

John Trelawney [UK] Jazz Deux Johns Orchestra, an ‘Open Jazz’ Jazzfest with this remarkable group of musicians playing original and traditional material with exciting rhythms, aided and abetted by guests and maestro music. www.deuxjohnsorchestra.com Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

19 May 14:45 £6.50 (£4.50) [1hr45mins]

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

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FRIDAY EVENING CONCERTS IN QUEEN’S PARK

And West of the Moon [UK] Jazz The spirit of romance, and the romance of the spirit. The eternal songs of Jerome Kern, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin and Rodgers and Hart. Piano: Max Gorman. www.maxgorman.net Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

Music and Wine at St. Luke’s [UK] Classical On the 10th a baroque ensemble, Musica 432 performs. On the 17th, the Hilser flute, cello, piano Trio are playing and on the 31st the duo Lucina Harps. Wine and refreshments served. www.stlukesconcerts.webeden.co.uk St Luke’s Church - Queens Park 235 J6 Queens Park Road BN2 9ZB

30 May 20:00 Free, ticketed [1hr15mins]

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10, 17, 31 May 19:30 £7 (£5, £3 Under 12s) [2hrs]

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EIDOLON Nervous Doll Dancing [AUS] Classical This award-winning collaboration from Australia tells a beautiful tale, narrated through a haunting live cello performance, and summoned to life with imaginatively projected film, animation and illustration. www.nervousdolldancing.com The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD 16 May 19:30, 17 May 21:00 £10 (£8) [1hr]

FRINGE CLUB

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ELDERFLOWER FIELDS 2013

GESUALDO: GENIUS AND MURDERER!

The Family Festival [UK] Family A family weekend of fun activities, local food, woodland spa and 40 bands over two stages. Urban woods, sports camp, dance, music, art workshops and complimentary ‘So Sussex’ picnic. www.elderflowerfields.co.uk K1 BN8 5AF Bentley Country Estate 4

24 - 27 May 12:00 weekend tickets £95 adult, £40 child (£85, £35 earybird)

Otherplace Productions [UK] 241 18+ Live music Brilliant bands in Brighton’s Best Venue 2012. Dance the night away to some of the best bands around. There’s no other place to be this Fringe. See ad for line-ups. www.warrenvenue.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG 3-5, 10-11, 24-26, 31 May, 1 June

£6 (£8 on the door) [3hrs15mins]

16+ 241 A Cappella Brighton Early Music Festival [UK] 400 years after his death Carlo Gesualdo still amazes people with the wondrous weirdness of his music. Bremf Consort of Voices return to gorgeous St Bart’s acoustics to astound you! www.bremf.org.uk St Bartholomew’s Church 185 G5 Ann Street BN1 4GP

27 May 19:30 £12 (£10) [2hrs15mins]

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GOD’S TEETH: A CHORAL ELECTRONIC PHANTASM

ENSEMBLE REZA - STRING ENSEMBLE Music at St Michael’s [UK] Classical The wonderful Ensemble Reza treat us to an evening of varied & impassioned music for string ensemble. Ensemble Reza brings together string players representing this country’s finest orchestras. www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org St Michael & All Angels Church 191 E6 Victoria Road BN1 3FU

19 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs]

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Three Girl Rumba [UK] 16+ Contemporary Eclectic electric eulogies. A beat that fluctuates from a pulse to a flutter. Haunting voices adrift on intricate electronica. A cinematic backdrop of dances to the music of time. www.threegirlrumba.co.uk Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

1 June 15:00 £10 (£8) [1hr30mins]

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GRASSHOPPER TAKES OVER THE BRUNSWICK...

FADO WITH CLAUDIA AURORA Claudia Aurora [P] World 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 Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

23-24 May 20:30 £14, £16 on the door [1hr10mins]

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FESTIVALS CLUB Spiegeltent International [AUS] 18+ The Festivals Club is an apres-show green room for all the back-door Johnnies, front-door Sallys, the famous and infamous, with guest cabaret and music stars nightly. The Spiegeltent 200 G8 Famous Spiegel Garden in association with Aperol Spritz. Old Steine BN1 1NT 3-5, 7-12, 14-19, 21-26, 28-31 May, 1-2 June 23:00 £5 buy tickets on the door only 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

FOLK OFF SESSION Folk Off Session [UK] 18+ Acoustic Showcase session of alt-folk & roots musicians. Featuring Justin Saltmeris, Stark, Isobel Anderson, Warsaw Radio, Rotait, Nick Williams, Jacko Hooper, Yourgardenday. Plus many more of the UK’s top emerging acts. www.facebook.com/folkoffsessions Fiddler’s Elbow 214 F8 11 Boyces Street BN1 1AN

2, 9, 16, 23 May 20:00 Free, non-ticketed [3hrs]

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[UK] Live music Young Brighton band ‘grasshopper’ (small ‘g’!) take over The Brunswick for two afternoons of surf-shoegaze-post-punk sounds. Featuring support from the toppermost of Brighton’s young indie/rock scene. www.soundcloud.com/musicgrasshopper The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

27 May 12:00, 2 June 15:30 £5 (£3) [2hrs]

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HAUNTED VOICES II 16+ Contemporary Ellen Southern and Ensemble [UK] Following an acclaimed debut at last year’s Brighton Fringe (recommended music event – LoveFringe), Ellen Southern and Ensemble return with an intimate performance of new vocal compositions. Reservation highly recommended. www.ellensouthern.co.uk The Writers’ Place 17 G7 9-10 Jew Street BN1 1UT

18 May 17:00, 19:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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HORLICKS AND ARMAGEDDON 18+ Talk Sarah Angliss [UK] In this deep underground refuge, hear “haunting music” (Evening Standard) and true tales of Britain’s nuclear survivalists. Like “finding a dusty old box in the attic, possibly marked Pandora” (The Argus). www.sarahangliss.com Old Police Cells Museum 199 G8 Brighton Town Hall BN1 1JA

7-8, 13-15 May 20:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr45mins]

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HOVE CARNIVAL BIG TOP PERFORMERS The Martlets Hospice [UK] Acoustic Roll up. Roll up. For the big top circus tent at Hove Carnival packed with live performances from Brighton’s finest singersongwriters. Hourly live performances. www.themartlets.org.uk Hove Carnival Big Top Performers 48 A2 Hove Park BN3 7BF

27 May 12:00 £2 [6hrs]

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16+ Opera RedBlondeProductions [UK] In this new opera-theatre piece, Brighton’s most sought-after divas Red Gray and Marcia Bellamy delve deep to find true love and top C. Written and directed by Stephen Plaice. www.marciabellamy.co.uk Brighton Unitarian Church 39 G7 New Road BN1 1UF

Nathalie Colas and Eugenia Cheng [UK] 241 Classical Recital of French songs for soprano and piano: Debussy ‘Ariettes Oubliées’, Poulenc ‘Fiancailles pour Rires’, Ravel ‘Cinq Mélodies Populaires Grecques’ and a selection of songs by Fauré. www.cheng.staff.shef.ac.uk/piano/bellemusique K9 Roedean School BN2 5RQ Roedean Chapel 175

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INDIE ROCK BAND “THE BIG FIGURE”

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The Big Figure [UK] Live music Drawing upon influences such as Steely Dan and Jeff Buckley, The Big Figure bring their electric live performances to the South Coast with songs from their new album ‘Creatures’. www.thebigfigure.com The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

16+ Matthew vanKan [UK] Swing Swing singer Matthew vanKan hosts a musical extravaganza, joined by gifted musicians, guest artists & plenty of surprises. Dress to impress for this glamorous night - the sky’s the limit! www.vankan.co.uk The Grand Hotel 306 E8 97-99 Kings Road BN1 2FW

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INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS LUNCHTIME CONCERTS

LEWES BARN DANCE

Lunchtime Concerts at the Chapel Royal [UK] Classical We proudly present three concerts featuring outstanding international artists. May 7: Noriko Ogawa (piano) May 14: Gary Ryan (guitar) May 21: Lana Trotoskev (violin) and Yoko Misumi (piano). www.lccr.org.uk The Chapel Royal 46 G8 164 North Street BN1 1EA

Zaza Music [UK] Folk A fun-filled evening of upbeat folk music and dancing for all ages. Starring the Unreel Ceilidh Band, expect a barnstorming night to remember! Real ale, bar & food. www.facebook.com/LewesBarnDance K1 High St BN7 2QS Lewes Town Hall 334

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JAZZ AT THE MOVIES

LIFE OF BRIAN

Edana Mighella Quintet [UK] Jazz Brighton favourite vocalist Edana Minghella (‘captivating & moving’) returns with her fabulous band to perform starstudded music from the silver-screen. Jazz, glamour, film tunes & even a quiz – jazztastic! www.edanaminghellajazz.com The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

Brighton Beach Boys [UK] Live music Celebrating Brian Wilson’s creative genius. Beach Boys hits and symphonies - soundtrack for a generation, lovingly and expertly recreated. Love this? See our 1969 show and Pet Sounds listings. www.sites.google.com/site/bbbfestival2011 All Saints Church 56 A5 The Drive BN3 3QE

4-5 May 20:00 £10 (£8) [1hr15mins]

15 May 20:00 £9 (£7) [3hrs]

7, 14, 21 May 13:10 £2.50 [1hr]

19 May 20:00 £10 (£8) [3hrs]

16 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [1hr30mins]

30 May 20:00 £5 [3hrs]

25 May 19:00 £11 (£6 Under 18) [4hrs]

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26 May 20:00 £17.50 [2hrs15mins] First 30 tickets half price. Buy a ticket to this and one other Brighton Beach Boys event for £35!

JAZZ JAM

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The Brunswick [UK] Jazz The Brunswick’s house band lead the way for amateurs and regular unannounced world-class soloists to come down and get on stage. Candlelight and soft lighting create an old jazz club atmosphere. www.paulrichardsguitar.com/jazz-jam The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

7, 14, 21, 28 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [3hrs]

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JOHN CRAMPTON 18+ Blues John Crampton [UK] Foot stomping blues & bluegrass on steel slide guitar, banjo, lap steel guitar, harmonica and vocals. “Totally compelling... furious energy...he blew me away...” (NetRhythms) www.johncrampton.co.uk Mesmerist 72 F8 1-3 Prince Albert St BN1 1HE

16 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [2hrs30mins]

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JOSS PEACH’S ‘LIGHT HOUSE’ Joss Peach [UK] Live music Six piece acoustic ensemble featuring strings, sax, clarinet, piano, double bass. Fusion of different genres with a cinematic edge; velvety textures, reflective melodies and insistent grooves. One not to miss! www.josspeach.com Brighton Buddhist Centre 33 G7 17 Tichborne Street BN1 1UR

17 May 19:30 £12 (£10) [2hrs]

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KING PORTER STOMP + SPECIAL GUESTS 18+ Live music Full Circle Presents [UK] A unique union of upbeat ska, dub, funk and hip hop. Back in their hometown, expect them to raise the roof with a live show that entertains, enlivens and enlightens! www.kingporterstomp.co.uk/gigs/festival-fringe-at-the-blind-tiger/ The Blind Tiger Club 257 H7 52-54 Grand Parade BN2 9QA

4 May 20:00 £6.50 (£5) [6hrs]

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

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LINOS WENGARA & ZIMBAREMABWE MBIRA VIBES Zimbaremabwe Mbira Vibes [ZIM] Live music Traditional Zimbabwean Mbira Music plus Modern Mbira Reggae. Spiritual messages and deep rhythms to keep the body and soul dancing. Full live band plus Reggae DJs. www.zimbaremabwe.org The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

11 May 20:00 £6 (£5) [3hrs30mins]

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Includes Capriccio Italien, rococo Variations with cello soloist Pavlos Carvalho and Symphony No 4. tickets at £15, concessions at £10, Children (under16) & NuS £5 For more info visit www.ssomusic.co.uk

7.30pm Saturday 18th may St Bartholomew’S ChurCh MOOT PRESENTS THE LIGETI QUARTET

Brighton Goes Gospel [UK] World Music Led by gospel powerhouse, Karen Gibson, Brighton’s much loved community choir rocks into it’s 13th year with a love train of hand-clapping, foot-stomping, high-energy harmonies. www.brightongoesgospel.org.uk Hove Town Hall 315 A6 Norton Road BN3 4AH

MOOT – Music of our Time [UK] Live music Brilliant young quartet’s SNAPSHOTS: short modern pieces by John Adams, Henryk Górecki, Hai-Huai’s ‘Racing Horses’, Harry Partch + György Ligeti’s ‘Poème symphonique for 100 metronomes.’ (Don’t forget to bring yours!) www.facebook.com/musicofourtime St Nicholas Church 192 F7 Dyke Road BN1 3LJ

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18 May 19:00 £10 (£8, £6 Children 12 and under) [3hrs]

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17 May 19:30 £8 (£5 U25s with ID & Disabled) [2hrs]

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MEADOWLANDS FESTIVAL Meadowlands Festival [UK] Theatrical Set in the beautiful South Downs this vibrant music and arts festival will once again take place on the bank holiday weekend within the grounds of Glynde Place. www.meadowlandsfestival.com K1 Glynde Place BN8 6SX Meadowlands Festival 20

24 May - 26 May 17:00 Weekend tickets: £95 adult, £48 Teen (13-17), £2 Child (0-12) See wesite for more ticket prices and day tickets

MOOT PRESENTS THE RITE OF SPRING MOOT – Music of our Time [UK] Classical Piano duo Alan Loader and Marina Korneva play Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring one hundred years to the day since its groundbreaking 1913 premiere in Paris. Plus Debussy’s Épigraphes antiques. www.facebook.com/musicofourtime Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

29 May 13:00 £8 (£5 U25s & Disabled) [2hrs]

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MOOT PRESENTS NICHOLAS MCCARTHY LEFT-HAND PIANIST MOOT - music of our time [UK] Classical 23-year old Nicholas McCarthy, ‘the pianist of the 2012 Paralympics’, displays his outstanding virtuosity in left-hand transcriptions of music by Bach, Scriabin, Schubert and Liszt. Don’t miss his Brighton debut! www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00z9mzc The Chapel Royal 46 G8 164 North Street BN1 1EA

25 May 19:30 £10 (£5 U25s with ID & Disabled) [2hrs]

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MOOT PRESENTS PAUL SILVERTHORNE VIOLA RECITAL MOOT - Music of our Time [UK] Classical Paul Silverthorne (LSO Principal) performs Schubert’s Arpeggione Sonata, tributes to Elliott Carter, Henze and Richard Rodney Bennett plus Stravinsky’s elegant Suite Italienne. “A virtuoso in sensitivity and technique.” (The Times) www.facebook.com/musicofourtime St Nicholas Church 192 F7 Dyke Road BN1 3LJ

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MOOT PRESENTS STIMMUNG WITH INTIMATE VOICES 16+ Contemporary MOOT – Music of our Time [UK] ‘Stimmung’ for six amplified voices takes listeners through a meditative journey inspired by the Mayan landscape, suffused with symbolism and erotic poetry... Influencing artists from Björk to Frank Zappa. www.facebook.com/musicofourtime Jubilee Library 96 G7 Jubilee Street BN1 1GE

MUSICOOL The Brighton Academy FamilyFriendly [UK] Musical theatre Join TBA’s incredibly talented full time students in their choral celebration of both traditional and contemporary West End Musicals. The Estrade @ First Church of Christ, Scientist 305 D7 97 Montpelier Road BN1 3BE

24-25 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs30mins]

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NICE WEATHER FOR AIRSTRIKES FESTIVAL 16+ Rock Nice Weather for Airstrikes Records [UK] Local Brighton Record Label showcase the best ‘post-rock’ bands in the UK and Europe at this free music festival all weekend from May 24 - 27. www.niceweatherforairstrikes.co.uk The Druids Arms 353 H5 79-81 Ditchling Road BN1 4SD

24-26 May 20:00 27 May 16:00 Free, non-ticketed

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NICK PYNN AND KATE DAISY GRANT Kate Daisy Grant and Nick Pynn [UK] Acoustic Multi-award-winning, 5* star shows featuring Nick’s instrumental avant-folk masterpieces, and Kate’s emotive, quirky pop songs with toy, folk and homemade instruments, live-looped to create a two-person orchestra. “Magical” (Scotsman) www.nickpynn.com The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS 9 May 20:00 £12 (£10) [3hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

18 May 20:00 Free, ticketed [1hr30mins]

NORTH LAINE PUB MINI FRINGE FESTIVAL

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The North Laine Pub and Brewery [UK] Live music Attending our music festival? Expect a megaphone-wielding High Priestess, a rapping violinist, a singer fusing trip-hop, jazz and folk, a lead singer that gets his kit off, and general frivolity! www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/north-laine The North Laine Pub 27 H6 27 Gloucester Place BN1 4AA

MOOT PRESENTS THE BIONIC EAR SHOW MOOT – Music of our Time [UK] Educational A fun, interactive show about hearing and how to protect your ears using props and visuals + film ‘Lost and Sound’, a moving documentary recounting several experiences of hearing loss. www.facebook.com/musicofourtime Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF 30 May 14:00 Free, ticketed [2hrs30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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11 May 15:30 Free, non-ticketed [7hrs30mins]

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OVERHEAD WIRES MUSIC PRESENTS... 18+ Overhead Wires Music [UK] Live music Brighton-based independent record label Overhead Wires Music present a mouthwatering indie/rock line-up of live music from their signed act Jipsy Magic, with The Watermelons and The Move-Ons. www.overheadwiresmusic.com The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

10 May 20:00 £5 [3hrs]

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18+ Live music Brighthelmstone Promotions [UK] An all day feast of americana, folk and some of the best live music around! www.brighthelmstonepromotions.co.uk The Palmeira 55 C5 70 Cromwell Road BN3 3ES

Rainbow Chorus [UK] Live music Rainbow Chorus, Brighton’s very own LGBT choir, swing open the doors of St George’s Church Kemp Town for a free, informal showcase of their diverse and interesting repertoire. All welcome. www.rainbowchorus.org.uk St George’s Church 186 K9 St George’s Road BN2 1ED

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Brighton Beach Boys/Psychedelic Love Orchestra [UK] Live music By popular demand, this multi-talented pop orchestra passionately recreate two iconic 1960’s albums. The Brighton Fringe ‘must see’ musical extravaganza. Love this? See our 1969 show and Life of Brian. www.sites.google.com/site/bbbfestival2011/ All Saints Church 56 A5 The Drive BN3 3QE

9 May 19:30 £6 (£5) [3hrs30mins]

1 June 12:00 £17 [12hrs]

25 May 14:00, 20:00 £20 [2hrs45mins] First 30 tickets half price. Buy a ticket to this and one other Brighton Beach Boys event for £35! 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

PIAZZOLLA/O’CAROLAN. VIOLIN AND GUITAR RECITAL

guitars-maestosomusic.com [UK] 241 Classical Violinist James Shenton and guitarist Paul Gregory perform ‘Histoire du Tango’ by Astor Piazzolla. Haunting arrangements of best-loved Irish tunes of Turlogh O’Carolan. Variations by Arcangelo Corelli. www.uk.myspace.com/jamesshenton St Nicholas Church 192 F7 Dyke Road BN1 3LJ

23 May 19:45 £12 (£9) [1hr45mins]

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PROFESSOR ELEMENTAL’S ATTIC Professor Elemental [UK] 16+ Professor Elemental takes his audience on a journey through the weird and the wonderful in this unique Hip Hop show. Expect comedy, oddities, music, strange tales and a few suprises. www.professorelemental.com Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

10-11 May 22:30 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr30mins]

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PUPPETS, SNOWMEN, ANGELS & TIN SOLDIERS Music at St. Michael’s [UK] Classical Puppets, Snowmen, Angels & Tin Soldiers. Including Bortkiewicz’s ‘Aus Andersens Märchen’ (‘From Andersen’s Fairy Tales’) interspersed with readings from a selection of Christian Andersen’s children’s stories. With Ambrose Page, piano. St Michael & All Angels Church 191 E6 Victoria Road BN1 3FU

4 May 13:15 £6 (£4) [1hr]

13 May 20:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

The Brunswick [UK] 241 Live music Rue Royale: an Anglo-American acoustic duo with hushed, evocative melodies that are rich in sound and wider in scope. Support from Brighton Folk’s Amy Hill and award-winning Matt Bonner. www.brunswickpub.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

SARAH-JANE MORRIS & ANTONIO FORCIONE Sarah Jane Morris & Antonio Forcione [UK] Live music Former Communards singer Sarah-Jane Morris, well-known for her seismic four octave vocal range is joined by the ‘Jimi Hendrix of the acoustic guitar’, Antonio Forcione. ***** (The Times) www.sarahjanemorris.co.uk Komedia 105 G7 44-47 Gardner St BN1 1UN

6 May 20:00 £17.50 (£15) [2hrs]

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SIRENS PRESENT SOUL OF THE SEA Sirens [UK] Live music Become spellbound to the divine sounds of the sea, ghosting from an enchanting harp and flute duo. Pieces from Debussy, Mozart, Einaudi and Ravi Shankar will transport your soul. www.harpist-sussex.co.uk The Terraces 31 K9 Unit 8 - 9 Madeira Drive BN2 1PS

23 May 14:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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SLAP & GIGGLE: RELIGION 18+ Sketch show Slap & Giggle [UK] Comedians Sid and James invite you to spiritually/financially commit to the Slap and Giggleism! Featuring miracles, scripture, and hymns designed to convince you to part with your money. For FREE! www.slapandgiggle.co.uk Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB

24-26 May 23:00 Free, ticketed [1hr]

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SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD

Beth Evans & Howard Beach [UK] Classical An exploration in song of the varied faces of the Virgin Mary, from fervent Hildegard, Bach and Purcell to tender 20th century ‘carols’ performed by this versatile & accomplished pair. Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

16+ 241 Musical theatre TransitionProductions (UK) “Its about one moment” - one moment in time that changes everything. A musical review by Jason Robert Brown with kind permission of Josef Weinberger, TransitionsProductions perform at The Estrade Brighton. www.theestradebrighton.com The Estrade @ First Church of Christ, Scientist 305 D7 97 Montpelier Road BN1 3BE

9, 16, 22 May 13:05 £6 [55mins]

30-31 May, 1-2 June 19:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs30mins]

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RADIO DAYS

SONGS FROM MUSICALS AND THE BEATLES

16+ Radio Days [UK] Dance music 1920s and 1930s music with Radio Days (double bass, drums, guitar, saxophone/clarinet and voice). This London-based quintet offers a repertoire embracing classic songs from Europe and the Americas. www.radiodays.eu The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

Curtain Call Musical Productions [UK] Live music Fun-packed evening of songs from the musicals. A diverse programme with songs from past to present. This is the fourth year of this event and is very popular. Hove Methodist Church 9 9 Portland Road BN3 5DR

5 May 15:00, 20:00 £7 (£5) [1hr45mins]

1 June 19:30 £5 (£4) [2hrs]

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QUEEN OF HEAVEN

RADIO DAYS TIME MACHINE Radio Days [UK] Live music Songs and anecdotes from the inter-war period, in a fabulous performance to original recordings, digitally restored and arranged, by some of the great orchestras and bands from the 1920s/1930s. www.radiodays.eu The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

4 May 15:00 £6 (£4) [1hr]

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Candlelit Classics

S E E PA G E 4 3 f o r l i s t i n g

www.brightonfringe.org

MOZART

Requiem & other popular works

Saturday 11 May • 9pm Box Office

01273 917272

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

St Bartholomews Church

Ann Street • Brighton

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PAU L G U N N & Wo r s t e d ‘Noel Coward meets T h e B u e n a V i s t a S o c i a l C l u b’ W i t h m u s i c i a n s f r o m I a n D u r y, Gloria Gaynor Band and Moscow C o m p o s e r s’ O r c h e s t r a . “Brilliant!” Bath Chronicle. “ Wo n d e r f u l m u s i c i a n s” L a t e s t 7 . 7.30pm 22nd & 28th May Latest Music Bar 14-17 Manchester St. £10/£8 concs.

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THE BLUES CORPORATION LIVE! The Blues Corporation [UK] 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.myspace.com/568871081 The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

18 May 20:00 £12 (£10) [3hrs]

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THE CORELLI ENSEMBLE PLAY BACH Music at St Michael’s [UK] Classical The outstanding Corelli Ensemble with solo violinist Nathaniel Anderson-Frank treat us to three of Bach’s masterpieces for violin & orchestra. Also includes the concerto for two violins. www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org St Michael & All Angels Church 191 E6 Victoria Road BN1 3FU

12 May 16:00 £12 (£10) [2hrs]

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SOUTH COAST SOUL REVUE

THE DESTROYERS - BALKAN BIG BAND

South Coast Soul Revue [UK] Live music Brighton’s favourite eight-piece soul band with two shows packed full of classic and contemporary soul and funk. Love soul music? Love to dance? Then you will love this band! www.southcoastsoul.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

16+ Live music Playgroup [UK] “You owe it to the primal part of yourself to experience the frenetic glory of their live show” (Clash) - a Balkan explosion that picks you up and never lets go! www.thedestroyers.co.uk Concorde 2 2 J9 Madeira Drive BN2 1EN

4, 25 May 20:00 £8 [3hrs]

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11 May 19:00 £12 [3hrs]

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ST ANN’S WELL GARDENS SPRING FESTIVAL

THE FALSETTO SINGS GILBERT & SULLIVAN

Friends of St Ann’s Well Gardens [UK] Outdoors Fun and activities for all, live music, roller disco, skatepark, market stalls, arts and crafts, nerfwars, drama, kids fun zone, WI cake competition,community art project and much much more. www.stannswellgardens.co.uk St Ann’s Well Gardens 155 C6 Somerhill Road BN3 6BA

The Gilbert & Sullivan Society for Sussex [UK] Light opera ‘The Falsetto Sings Gilbert & Sullivan’ stars the young, handsome tenor-with-a-difference Martin Milnes, who has amazed audiences wherever he goes with his high soprano voice. www.gilbertandsullivantoday.org.uk Brighton Unitarian Church 39 G7 New Road BN1 1UF

18 May 11:00 Free, non-ticketed [8hrs]

19 May 19:30 £12.50 [2hrs]

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STEEL TOWN

THE FRETFUL FEDERATION MANDOLIN GUITAR ORCHESTRA

Steel Dragon Music [UK] 241 Live music A giant blue dragonfly / Across the Tees / Reminds us every night / We built the world... Inspired by the poem Ironopolis, exciting new Teesside musicians explore their musical and geographical roots. www.steeldragonmusic.weebly.com The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

11 May 15:00 12 May 12:00, 20:00 £7 (£5) [2hrs]

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Fretful Federation [UK] Live music Brighton’s award-winning Mandolin and Guitar Orchestra return to Brighton Fringe with another brilliant show. Playing everything from baroque to modern there’s sure to be something for everyone. www.fretful-federation.co.uk St George’s Church 186 K9 St George’s Rd BN2 1ED

21 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs30mins]

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STILL LIFE WITH SONGS 16+ Delane Dynamics [UK] Musical theatre Ms Lorelei Delane invites you to her personal selection of classic songs from the twentieth century. Come and enjoy the style, the pathos and the humour. Lorelei awaits... Tickets £10! Brighton Unitarian Church 39 G7 New Road BN1 1UF

THE GLORIES OF ANTIPHONY

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25 May 20:00 £10 [1hr30mins]

25 May 19:45 £10 (£8) [2hrs30mins]

Brighton Chamber Choir [UK] Classical Brighton Chamber Choir, joined by brass players from the Sussex Symphony Orchestra, explore the sumptuous sounds of Italian and English antiphony, in St Mary’s Church, Rock Gardens. www.brightonchamberchoir.org.uk St Mary’s Church 364 I8 St James’ Street BN2 1PR 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

‘TEMPEST’ & ‘WALDSTEIN’ SONATAS Music at St Michael’s [UK] Classical Pianist Raija Walker performs two of Beethoven’s piano sonatas. The improvisatory ‘Tempest’ (Shakespeare) sonata, with its breathless finale, reveal it as one of Beethoven’s most beautiful piano compositions. www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org St Michael & All Angels Church 191 E6 Victoria Road BN1 3FU

THE HOPE’S FREE FRINGE

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26 May 12:00 Free, non-ticketed [13hrs]

25 May 13:15 £6 (£4) [1hr]

The Hope [UK] 16+ Live music 1 day, 1 venue, 24 bands. Discover the best music venue in Brighton with The Hope’s very own Free Fringe Festival. Featuring EME, Wildflowers, Ayre Point, Screamaballerina and many more! www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/hope The Hope 245 F7 11-12 Queens Road BN1 3WA 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

THE BIG BLUES BASH

The Brunswick [UK] 241 Blues ‘The Mustangs’ combine R’n’B with a show-stopping stage set. ‘Delaney’ are inspired by gritty jazz greats. ‘Big Easy Funk’ bring the music of New Orleans. Country duo ‘Pocketsize’ open. www.themustangs.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

1 June 19:30 £7 (£5) [3hrs30mins]

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THE IRON BOOT SCRAPERS SHINDIG JAMBOREE 16+ Live music The Iron Boot Scrapers [UK] Come a cropper jumpin’ on the dance floor with your flash frou-frou. IBS play all the latest rock and pop dance styles, and some ditties of their own devising. www.ironbootscrapers.com Green Door Store 463 G5 Lower Good Yard BN1 4FQ

24 May 20:30 £8 [1hr30mins]

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THE MOORS Reality Street [UK] Live music Following their sell-out concert last year, The Moors return to Brighton Fringe with a musical journey from mediaeval Spain, through klezmer, Balkan beats, ska and folk-rock. www.the-moors.com The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

12 May 20:00 £7 (£5) [3hrs]

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THE RAY CHARLES EXPERIENCE BY MOVIN’ MELVIN BROWN Movin’ Melvin Brown [USA] Extraordinary Movin’ Melvin! His new Soulful journey through the life of Ray Charles and his contemporaries: Nat Cole, Sam Cooke, Lloyd Price... Singing, dancing, Tap, comedy, stories...”Exceptional *****” (Scotsman) www.movinmelvin.com The Spiegeltent 200 G8 The Old Steine BN1 1NT

11-12 May 17:00 £15 (£13, £13 Group 6+) 22-26 May 19:30 £15 (£13, £13 Group 6+) [1hr30mins]

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Swinging live music, a secret garden and a late-night bar at the award-winning Warren.

Fringe Club

Doors open 10.30pm

£6 in advance £8 on the door

Plus DJs and dancing till late.

THE RED LAMPS Chailey Heritage School [UK] We are an integrated group of musicians; some of us have PMLD. We perform our own jazz improvisation using Soundbeam. Find us intercepting ultra-sonic beams with our movements. Pavilion Gardens Café 1 G7 New Road BN1 1UG

8 May 11:30 Free, non-ticketed [30mins]

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Friday 3 May Kalakuta Millionaires Lively Afro-beat and funk

Saturday 4 May Fat 45

Classic 40s and 50s-style Rock n Roll big band

THE SELF HELP GROUP + SUPPORT

The Brunswick [UK] 241 Live music Harmony-drenched folk and Americana. Themes of death and tragedy delivered with warmth, beauty and humour. ‘Absolutely Wonderful’ (Bob Harris). Support from ‘Eliza Jaye’, ‘The Beautiful Word’ & ‘Bella McKendree’. www.brunswickpub.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

31 May 19:30 £6 (£5) [3hrs30mins]

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Sunday 5 May Voodoo Love Orchestra Swinging street music

Friday 10 May The Swing Ninjas

New Orleans brass meets 20s dance music

THE STUDIO 9 ORCHESTRA LIVE The Studio 9 Orchestra [UK] 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 The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

26 May 16:00 £12 (£6) [2hrs]

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THE TOP SHELF 18+ Jazz fine purveyors of filthy swing [UK] The Top Shelf bring you their anarchic, original songs of exquisite filth and lecherous, hot music! If they don’t steal your hearts, they’ll steal your drinks! www.thetopshelfuk.com Latest Music Bar 95 H8 14-17 Manchester St BN2 1TF

Saturday 11 May Dende

9-piece calypso, cumbia, reggae, Afro-Latin party vibes

Friday 24 May Zoot Zazou + Zoophonium Vintage and electro swing

Saturday 25 May Oscillator

Ska, funk, psychedelia and jazz-influenced festival favourites

4 May 21:30 £7 (£6) [2hrs]

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THE WIND THAT SHOOK THE BARLEY

Elal Productions [UK] 241 Vocal A return by public demand of this potted history of Irish rebellions and famine told in song, poetry, and drama presented by Felton, Moore and Roycroft. Scintillating entertainment. www.victorian-entertainment.com Hannah House 490 C7 Garden Flat BN3 1HL

13-16 May 18:00 £8 (£6) [1hr15mins]

Sunday 26 May The Impellers

10-piece heavy soul and funk powerhouse

Friday 31 May The Speakeasy 3

Sassy, golden-age sounds and beautiful harmonies

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THE YOGA JAM The Art of Living Foundation [UK] 16+ Live music A fusion club night, arts performance and community party that has sold out across the globe. Yoga is offered instead of alcohol with dancing to top DJs and live sets. www.theyogajam.com/brighton The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS

15 May 19:00 £10 (£8) [4hrs]

Saturday 1 June Patti Plinko

Unmissable three-piece consisting of strings, whisky bottles and old vinyl

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Cabaret with Love & Lashes Unitarian Church, New Rd. Brighton Saturday 25 May 2013 7.45pm

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Billingshurst Choral Society [UK] Classical Musical Director – George Jones. Ståle Kleiberg – Requiem (UK PREMIERE; Morten Lauridsen – Lux Aeterna, Arvo Port – Berlinermesse). www.billingshurstchoralsociety.org All Saints Church 56 A5 The Drive BN3 3QE

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VOCAL EXPLOSION, KALAMUS AND GUESTS

UP ON THE DOWNS

Vocal Explosion [UK] Acoustic Soul stirring world harmony from Vocal Explosion Choir with the ancient bagpipes, reeds and rhythm of Kalamus and special guests Brighton Saxophone Quartet. “An extraordinary sonic experience” BBC Radio www.vocalexplosion.co.uk St Andrews (The Church by the Sea) 198 C7 Waterloo Street BN3 1AQ

The John Lake Trio with Jackie Sampson [UK] Jazz Contemporary, melodic jazz from the album ‘Up on the Downs’ by this Brighton-based trio. John Lake (piano), Simon Brewin (bass) and Simon Cambers (drums) plus Jackie Sampson (vocals). Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

1 June 19:30 £8 (£6, £4 Child under 16) [2hrs30mins]

11 May 20:00 £10 (£8) [2hrs30mins]

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VIOLIN VARIATIONS

VOICES AND VIOLS

Ian Peaston [SE] 241 Live music Live looping like you’ve never heard it before! With an electric violin, pedals and a laptop, the Scottish violinist Ian Peaston performs everything from Bach to film music to pop! www.violinvariations.com Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar 464 F8 9-12 Middle Street BN1 1AL

Packpins and Pastores [UK] Acoustic Brighton’s a capella madrigal group, Packpins, joins forces with the Pastores Ensemble to perform a selection of 16th century songs. Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

23-25 May 15:30 £6 (£4) [1hr]

11 May 19:45 £6 (£4 Under 16s) [1hr30mins]

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WINTER’S JOURNEY

Inbrook [USA, DE, BE] 241 Live music Total Sell-Out Edinburgh Fringe artist, Donald Hawkins is Axel Trebusch, sympathetically reinventing Schubert’s seminal song cycle. An exciting piece complemented by intense arrangements, comprising seven musicians playing fourteen instruments. www.inbrook.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

10-12 May 12:00 £10 (£8.50) [1hr5mins]

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Discover our FREE outdoor showcase. Sample the best of Brighton Fringe!

4, 11, 18, 25 May AND 1 June around New Road

see brightonfringe.org for details

WOW WOMEN OF THE WORLD Actually Gay Women’s Chorus [UK] World Music Inspired by international choirs, WOW features a repertoire either by female composers or performed by women’s choirs celebrating song as a form of communication through sound, language and feeling. www.actuallygwc.org St Andrews (The Church by the Sea) 198 C7 Waterloo Street BN3 1AQ

10 May 19:30 £10 [2hrs]

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XARA VAUGHAN

Supported by

18+ 241 Solo show Xara Vaughan [UK] A chanteuse born out of talent and circumstance. Xara is ‘the genuine article’, a cabaret star. Musical direction and arrangements by Mark Aspinall. www.facebook.com/xara.vaughan Brighton Unitarian Church 39 G7 New Road BN1 1UF

9-10 May 15:30, 19:30 £5 (£2.50) [1hr]

Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

26-27 May 16:00 £5 (£3) [1hr]

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ZUBY & SHAODOW

National Media Partner

COM Entertainment/DiY Gang Entertainment [UK] Live music A co-headline performance from two of the UK’s leading independent rappers - ShaoDow and Zuby (plus support). The two have sold over 25,000 CDs without record label backing. www.zubymusic.com The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

29 May 18:30 £8 [4hrs30mins]

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Please note event titles may be abbreviated * Denotes multi-performances

Friday 26 April

Saturday 4 May

Theatre

Cabaret

Bette Bourne & Paul Shaw 7.30pm

Twonkey’s Blue Cababra 6pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 7:30pm Judy in person 8pm The Battle of the Sexes 8pm Kiss of the Red Menace 8:30pm La Clique 9pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm Sister Acts 10:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Saturday 27 April Theatre Bette Bourne & Paul Shaw 7.30pm

Sunday 28 April Theatre The Importance of Being...1:45pm, 4:30pm

Tuesday 30 April Theatre Like They Are 7:30pm

Wednesday 1 May Events & Film Festival of Research 6:30pm

Tours The Brighton Horror Walk 9pm

Thursday 2 May Cabaret Sister Acts 7:30pm Judy in person 7:45pm

Music Folk Off Session 8pm

Theatre End to End 7:30pm In Capacity House 7:30pm The Sleeping Trees Odyssey 9:15pm

Tours Absolutely Brighton, the Wonderful...2pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Only in Brighton... 7pm The Brighton Horror Walk 9pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 3:30pm Yori Yori Love Chat Luisa Pat 4:30pm Lived in Face 4:45pm Mark Diamond’s Breakup Haircuts 4:45pm Foil, Arms and Hog 5pm Aaron Twitchens Princess Guide... 6pm Legion of Doom’s Sketchpocolypse... 6pm Rob Auton: The Yellow Show 6pm Jonny & the Baptists 6:30pm Luisa Omielan: Am I Right Ladies!? 7pm Anna Morris: Dolly Mixture 7:15pm Nik Coppin - Mixed Racist 7:15pm Darren Walsh: I am a Giant. 7:30pm Phil Kay: ...Freewheelin’ Mirth... 7:30pm Shit-Faced Shakespeare 7:30pm Laughing Horse Pick of the Fringe 8:15pm The Maydays 8:30pm The Three Englishmen 8:30pm Why Don’t We Kill Ourselves? 8:30pm Red Brick Comedy Club 8:45pm Better Days 9:15pm Paul Dennis: Almost Blunted... 9:45pm Shaggers 9:45pm Andrew and the Pony 10pm Guilt and Shame 10pm Clown Town Cabaret 11pm

Dance

Visual Arts

Another Tarantino Story 8pm

“The Silence in Thunder” 11am

Events & Film

Friday 3 May Cabaret Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 7:30pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Judy in person 8pm La Clique 9pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Nik Coppin - Mixed Racist 7:15pm Brighton Comedy Course... 7:30pm Off the Cuff’s Improvised... 8:30pm Guilt and Shame 10pm

Events & Film 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm

Music Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus... 7:30pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy...7:45pm Fringe Club 10:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Importance of... 1:45pm, 4:30pm Tiny Tempest 6pm Like They Are 7pm In Capacity House 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Sleeping Trees Odyssey 9:15pm

Tours Famous Brighton Back Passages 7pm Only in Brighton... 7pm The Brighton Horror Walk 9pm

Visual Arts “The Silence in Thunder” 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am

The Singing Silver Midnight Foodies Festival Brighton 11am Fringe City Midday May Day Memories: Tell Us Yours Midday Philosophy...12:55pm, 1pm, 3:45pm, 8pm 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm Soulful Singing 2pm St Ann’s Croquet Centenary 2pm

Kids & Youth Little Joe’s... 10am, 11:30am, 1pm Bringing Down The Moon 11:30am Fringe City Family Picnic... Midday Mr Pineapple Head Midday The Classics of Magic! 1pm Huggers 3:15pm Music for Aardvarks Fringe Party 4pm Pete Picks Your Brains! 5:45pm

Music Puppets, Snowmen, Angels... 1:15pm Radio Days Time Machine 3pm Charming Chopin 3:30pm Choruses and Concerti 4pm A Capella at the Court! 7pm Bach Solo Violin Partitas &... 7:30pm Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus... 7:30pm Celebration! 7:30pm In & Out of Love 8pm King Porter Stomp + Special Guests 8pm South Coast Soul Revue 8pm The Top Shelf 9:30pm Fringe Club 10:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size Breakfast 10:15am The Sugar and Honey Cook-Along! 1:30pm The Importance of Being... 1:45pm, 4:30pm

Maggot 3pm Finding Joy 3:30pm Art in Heaven 4pm, 6pm, 8pm Tales Of The Tombola 4pm The Immigrant Diaries 4:45pm A Graveside Story 5pm Chapel Street 6pm Tiny Tempest 6pm Bash 7pm Like They Are 7pm Mess 7:15pm Bitch Boxer 7:30pm In Capacity House 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Revenge Fantasy Club 7:30pm No Exit 7:45pm Buzzcut at Supper Club 8pm Return to Venice 8pm The Idealist 9pm Titus 9pm

Tours Brighton’s Victorian... 9:30am, 11am Famous Brighton Back... 11am, 7pm Piers and Queers 11am Votes For Women 12:30pm Absolutely Brighton, the Wonderful...2pm Brighton’s Extraordinary... 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier and... 2pm Treasure Hunt: By the Sea 2pm Discovering the Real Kemp Town 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm The Brighton Horror Walk 9pm

Visual Arts Exhibition of Art Work by Residents... Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9am Back To Nature - Maria Rivans 10am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am Farm Mews Collective Art Show 11am Jilted Dog Art 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am Alice Walton Ceramics Midday Going Going Gone Midday Sir Peter Blake’s Art Bus Midday Brighton Fringe Illustrator Takes... 2pm

Workshops Organic Essential Oil Distillation... 10am

Sunday 5 May Cabaret The Lady Boys of Bangkok 3:30pm, 6pm Judy in person 5:30pm Twonkey’s Blue Cababra 6pm Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 7:30pm Pride Gala with Ceri Dupree 8pm Streisand - The Main Event 8pm The Battle of the Sexes 8pm Kiss of the Red Menace 8:30pm La Clique 9pm Granny’s Gone Wild 9:30pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm Sister Acts 10:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy PBH’s Free Fringe @ Sticky Mike’s Midday Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 3:30pm Ben Champion: Human 4pm Lived in Face 4pm Yori Yori Love Chat Luisa Pat 4:30pm Mark Diamond’s Breakup Haircuts 4:45pm Foil, Arms and Hog 5pm Aaron Twitchens Princess Guide to...6pm Legion of Doom’s Sketchpocolypse... 6pm Jonny & the Baptists 6:30pm Luisa Omielan: Am I Right Ladies!? 7pm Diane Spencer: The Alpha Taboo 7:15pm Nik Coppin - Mixed Racist 7:15pm

Darren Walsh: I am a Giant. 7:30pm Late Night Gimp Fight 7:30pm Phil Kay: ...Freewheelin’ Mirth... 7:30pm The Meeting 7:30pm Jessica Fostekew: Moving 8:15pm The Maydays 8:30pm The Three Englishmen 8:30pm Why Don’t We Kill Ourselves? 8:30pm Shit-Faced Shakespeare 9pm Paul Dennis: Almost Blunted...9:45pm Shaggers 9:45pm Guilt and Shame 10pm Threegomaniacs 10pm Clown Town Cabaret 11pm

Dance Another Tarantino Story 8pm Tribal Remix 8pm

Events & Film Foodies Festival Brighton 11am 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm Sussex Annual Beer and Cricket... 1:45pm Philosophy Garden 2:30pm, 4pm, 8pm

Kids & Youth Bringing Down The Moon 11:30am The Bubbles for Breakfast...Midday The Tim Bat Trick Show Midday The Classics of Magic! 1pm Huggers 3:15pm Pete Picks Your Brains! 5:45pm

Literature Stories with Tea 4pm

Music Radio Days 3pm, 8pm Afternoon Recital with Helen... 3:15pm Bach Solo Violin Partitas... 7:30pm Bank on Jazz 7:30pm In & Out of Love 8pm Fringe Club 10:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Revenge Fantasy Club 7:30pm The Big Bite-Size Breakfast 11am The Sugar and Honey Cook... 1:30pm No Exit 2:30pm The Great I Am 2:45pm Art in Heaven 3pm, 5pm Maggot 3pm Titus 3pm The Girl With No Heart 3:30pm Tales Of The Tombola 4pm The Immigrant Diaries 4:45pm A Graveside Story 5pm Albert Einstein: Relativitively... 5pm My Friend Lester 5pm Return to Venice 5pm Chapel Street 6pm Tiny Tempest 6pm Bash 7pm Like They Are 7pm Mess 7:15pm Bitch Boxer 7:30pm The Idealist 9pm Titus 9pm

Tours Discovering the Real Kemp Town 11am Embassy Court Tour 11am Piers and Queers 11am Absolutely Brighton, the Wonderfu... 2pm Brighton Station Tours... 2pm, 4:30pm Brighton’s Extraordinary Mystical... 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier and... 2pm Middle Street Synagogue 2pm The Original Brighton Cemetery Tour 2pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm The Brighton Horror Walk 10pm Notorious Women... 10:30pm

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

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Farley Farm House 10:30am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 11am Farm Mews Collective Art Show 11am Jilted Dog Art 11am Open studio: Recent paintings... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am Alice Walton Ceramics Midday Going Going Gone Midday

Monday 6 May Cabaret Twonkey’s Blue Cababra 6pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 7:30pm Kiss of the Red Menace 8:30pm Terry Garoghan ‘The Devil Keeps... 9pm Granny’s Gone Wild 9:30pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm

Comedy PBH’s Free Fringe @ Sticky Mike’s Midday Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Ben Champion: Human 4pm Lived in Face 4pm Yori Yori Love Chat Luisa Pat 4:30pm Mark Diamond’s Breakup Haircuts 4:45pm Foil, Arms and Hog 5pm Aaron Twitchens Princess Guide to... 6pm Legion of Doom’s Sketchpocolypse... 6pm Luisa Omielan: Am I Right Ladies!? 7pm Diane Spencer: The Alpha Taboo 7:15pm Darren Walsh: I am a Giant. 7:30pm The Meeting 7:30pm Confessions of a Dirty Debutante 8:15pm Geoff Norcott Occasionally Sells... 8:30pm Off the Cuff’s Improvised... 8:30pm Shit-Faced Shakespeare 9pm Paul Dennis: Almost Blunted... 9:45pm Shaggers 9:45pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 10pm

Dance Another Tarantino Story 8pm

Events & Film Foodies Festival Brighton 11am Dido’s Lament: Victorian Death... Midday Philosophy Garden Midday, 1:30pm, 3pm, 5pm, 8pm Fringe Film 10pm

Kids & Youth Bringing Down The Moon 11:30am Baby Loves Disco: Tropical... Midday, 3pm Mr Pineapple Head Midday The Classics of Magic! 1pm Huggers 3:15pm Pete Picks Your Brains! 5:45pm

Music Bloco Branco Live 3pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk... 7:45pm Boogie Troop 8pm Sarah-Jane Morris & Antonio... 8pm

Theatre The Sugar and Honey Cook... 1:30pm The Importance of...1:45pm, 4:30pm Dinner 2pm Art in Heaven 3pm, 5pm Maggot 3pm Wild Thing I Love You 3pm, 6pm, 8pm The Girl With No Heart 3:30pm Tales Of The Tombola 4pm A Graveside Story 6pm Chapel Street 6pm Tiny Tempest 6pm Belvedere 7pm Pillow-Talk 7pm Small World 7pm Steven Berkoff’s ‘East’ 7:15pm Bitch Boxer 7:30pm Romeo and Rosaline 7:30pm

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The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm Festivals Club 11pm

Tours

Comedy

Discovering the Real Kemp Town 11am Famous Brighton Back Passages 3pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm

Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Threegomaniacs 5:45pm Confessions of a Dirty Debutante 7pm Diane Spencer: The Alpha Taboo 7:15pm Dylan Rhymer - Hard Miles 7:15pm Stella Graham: A Pint of Stella 7:15pm Terry Arkwright: The Dark... 7:30pm The Meeting 7:30pm How Bruce Springsteen Changed... 8pm The Curse of the Sinister Testicles 8pm Laughing Horse Pick of the... 8:15pm Geoff Norcott Occasionally Sells... 8:30pm It’s Not Easy Being Yellow 8:30pm Shit-Faced Shakespeare 9pm Mace & Burton Present... When I... 9:15pm Clarse 9:45pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 10pm I’m With Stupid 10pm It Came From Our Brains! 11:15pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings...10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am

Workshops Stress & The Entertainment... 2:15pm

Tuesday 7 May Cabaret The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 7:30pm La Clique 9pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm Festivals Club 11pm

Brighton Binge 8pm

Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Threegomaniacs 5:45pm Legion of Doom’s Sketchpocolypse... 6pm Diane Spencer: The Alpha Taboo 7:15pm Dylan Rhymer - Hard Miles 7:15pm Stella Graham: A Pint of Stella 7:15pm Terry Arkwright: The Dark Helmet... 7:30pm The Meeting 7:30pm New Act Night 8pm WeGotTickets Brighton Fringe... 8:15pm Geoff Norcott Occasionally Sells.. 8:30pm Shit-Faced Shakespeare 9pm Clarse 9:45pm Paul Dennis: Almost Blunted... 9:45pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 10pm It Came From Our Brains! 11:15pm

Events & Film

Dance Another Tarantino Story 8pm

Events & Film Horlicks and Armageddon 8pm Fringe Film 10pm

Kids & Youth Bringing Down The Moon 4pm

Music Brighton Organists’ Recitals... 1pm International Artists Lunchtime... 1:10pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk... 7:45pm Jazz Jam 8:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre

Global sustainability: is... 6:30pm Boutique Cinema 8pm Horlicks and Armageddon 8pm

Kids & Youth Bringing Down The Moon 4pm

Music The Red Lamps 11:30am Brighton College Choral Society... 7pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk... 7:45pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre Romeo and Rosaline 2:30pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm Art in Heaven 6pm, 8pm The Great I Am 6:15pm Belvedere 7pm Doing What It Says On The Tin 7pm International Stud 7pm Pillow-Talk 7pm, 9pm Tunnel 7:15pm Dinner 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Importance of Being... 7:30pm The Revenge Fantasy Club 7:30pm The Visitor 7:30pm No Exit 7:45pm You Know Me, I’m Jack Ruby! 8pm Maggot 8:30pm Gather Ye Rosebuds 9pm Hanover the Musical 9pm

Desperately Seeking the Exit 8:15pm You Know Me, I’m Jack Ruby! 6:45pm Belvedere 7pm Doing What It Says On The Tin 7pm Pillow-Talk 7pm Small World 7pm Miss Givings 7:15pm Pornography by Simon Stephens 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Importance of Being... 7:30pm The Revenge Fantasy Club 7:30pm The Visitor 7:30pm No Exit 7:45pm Return to Venice 8pm Maggot 8:30pm Hanover the Musical 9pm Wild Thing I Love You 9pm

Tours

Tours

Xara Vaughan 3:30pm, 7:30pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 7:30pm Judy in Person 7:45pm EastEnd Cabaret: Notoriously Kinky 9pm La Clique 9pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm Festivals Club 11pm

Absolutely Brighton, the Wonderful... 2pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Notorious Women... 6:30pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am West Papua Traditional Art... 2pm

Wednesday 8 May Cabaret The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm La Clique 9pm Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 7:30pm

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Dance

Comedy

Notorious Women... 6:30pm The Hidden History of First Base 6:30pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts Andie Airfix at the Airfix... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am

Workshops Improvisation skills for business... 10am

Thursday 9 May Cabaret

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Threegomaniacs 5:45pm Rick Kiesewetter: Chink 6pm Scottish Falsetto Socks In Space 7pm Britain’s Got F*ck All Talent! 7:15pm Sameena Zehra - Homicidal... 7:15pm Noise Next Door’s Comedy Lock-in 8pm The Curse of the Sinister Testicles 8pm The Dying Days of Blair 8pm Laughing Horse Pick of the... 8:15pm

It’s Not Easy Being Yellow 8:30pm No Moral Compass 8:30pm Sit Down & Draw 8:45pm Shit-Faced Shakespeare 9pm Mace & Burton Present... When I... 9:15pm Clarse 9:45pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 10pm I’m With Stupid 10pm Dylan Rhymer - Hard Miles 11pm It Came From Our Brains! 11:15pm

Events & Film One Way Theatre Solar Powered... 7pm Open Air World Cinema 7pm

Literature Write Fiction with Wendy Ann... 6:30pm Much Ado About Noshing 7pm

Music Queen of Heaven 1:05pm Rue Royale + Guests 7:30pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk... 7:45pm Club Berlin Hosted by Das Fenster 8pm Folk Off Session 8pm Nick Pynn and Kate Daisy Grant 8pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size... 10:15am, 11:30am Romeo and Rosaline 2:30pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm Art in Heaven 6pm, 8pm Pornography by Simon Stephens 6pm Shelf Life: Modern Home... 6pm Betsy: Wisdom of a Brighton... 6:30pm You Know Me, I’m Jack Ruby! 6:45pm A Little Nonsense 7pm Doing What It Says On The Tin 7pm International Stud 7pm Pillow-Talk 7pm, 9pm The Dress Circle by Laurie Graham 7pm Tunnel 7:15pm Off Track’s Blue Remembered... 7:30pm In Capacity House 7:30pm Lyrics to Life... 7:30pm Marcel 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest... 7:30pm The Visitor 7:30pm Adventure/Misadventure 7:45pm No Exit 7:45pm Operation: Love Story 8pm Maggot 8:30pm Gather Ye Rosebuds 9pm Hanover the Musical 9pm High Vis 9pm

Tours Absolutely Brighton, the...2pm Discovering the Real Kemp Town 3pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm The Hidden History of First Base 6:30pm Votes For Women 6:30pm Brighton’s Extraordinary Mystical... 7pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am West Papua Traditional Art... 2pm

Friday 10 May Cabaret Eccentronic presents: Neurovision 2pm Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 7:30pm Xara Vaughan 3:30pm, 7:30pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Judy in Person 8pm EastEnd Cabaret: Notoriously Kinky 9pm La Clique 9pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Rob Deb BigBang Theory of life. 6pm iProv Shuffle with The Hee-Ha’s 6:45pm James Mullinger: Man With No... 7pm Scottish Falsetto Socks - In Space 7pm Britain’s Got F*ck All Talent! 7:15pm Sameena Zehra - Homicidal... 7:15pm Iona Jette’s The Orgasm... 7:30pm

Panda Pride! 8pm The Curse of the Sinister Testicles 8pm Laughing Horse Pick of the... 8:15pm Matt Rudge: Rudge Against the...8:30pm No Moral Compass 8:30pm Sit Down & Draw 8:45pm Shit-Faced Shakespeare 9pm Mace & Burton Present... When I... 9:15pm Clarse 9:45pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 10pm I’m With Stupid 10pm It Came From Our Brains! 11:15pm

Events & Film Plant Sale 10am 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm

Kids & Youth Custard Capers Midday

Music Winter’s Journey Midday Friday Evening Concerts in... 7:30pm WOW Women Of The World 7:30pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk... 7:45pm Overhead Wires Music Presents... 8pm Fringe Club 10:30pm Professor Elemental’s Attic 10:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size... 10:15am, 11:30am The Importance of... 1:45pm, 4:30pm Pillow-Talk 4pm, 7pm, 9pm Stand Up, Woman 4:30pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm Someone else’s... 5:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm Trials and Tribulations of Mr... 5:30pm Art in Heaven 6pm, 8pm Charm Offensive 6pm Dinner 6pm On The Beach by John Osborne 6pm Shelf Life: Modern Home... 6pm Betsy: Wisdom of a Brighton... 6:30pm A Little Nonsense 7pm A Taming of the Shrew 7pm Bash 7pm Bernard Shaw Invites YOU! 7pm, 9:30pm Doing What It Says On The Tin 7pm The Dress Circle by Laurie Graham 7pm The Silent Stream 7pm Tunnel 7:15pm Ajax 7:30pm Off Track’s Blue Remembered... 7:30pm In Capacity House 7:30pm Marcel 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm Lyrics to Life... 7:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest... 7:30pm Adventure/Misadventure 7:45pm No Exit 7:45pm The Pardoner’s Tale 7:45pm Operation: Love Story 8pm The Trench 8pm Gather Ye Rosebuds 9pm High Vis 9pm The Well 9pm Boogaloo Stu’s Pop Magic 10:30pm

Tours Pavilion Gardens Cafe History Tour 2pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm The Brighton Horror Walk 10pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am The Fringe at the Foundry Midday Andie Airfix at the Airfix Lounge 7:30pm

Workshops Organic Essential Oil Distillation... 6:30pm

Saturday 11 May Cabaret Eccentronic presents: Neurovision 2pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Judy in Person 8pm La Clique 9pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm

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

Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 3:30pm Mark Diamond’s Breakup... 4:45pm The Beta Males 5pm Rob Auton: The Yellow Show 6pm Rob Deb BigBang Theory of life. 6pm The Humble Quest for Universal... 6:30pm James Mullinger: Man With No... 7pm Britain’s Got F*ck All Talent! 7:15pm Sameena Zehra - Homicidal... 7:15pm Late Night Gimp Fight 7:30pm Panda Pride! 8pm The Curse of the Sinister Testicles 8pm Laughing Horse Pick of the... 8:15pm Joe Munrow - Jazz Monkey 8:30pm No Moral Compass 8:30pm The Bob Blackman Appreciation... 8:30pm Red Brick Comedy Club 8:45pm Mace & Burton Present... Rom...9:15pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 10pm The News at Kate 2013 10pm It Came From Our Brains! 11:15pm

Dance Brighton Rocks! 8pm

Events & Film Plant Sale 10am The Garden House Plant Fair 11am 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm Fringe City Midday 2013 Conversations with Tony Benn 2pm Danceitation: Ancient... 3pm, 7:30pm

Kids & Youth Signor Baffo 11am Custard Capers Midday The Bubbles for Breakfast... Midday A Grimm Night for Hans... 1:30pm Rumpelstiltskin 1:30pm

Music Winter’s Journey Midday Beethoven & Grieg Violin Sonatas 1:15pm Steel Town 3pm North Laine Pub Mini Fringe... 3:30pm The Ray Charles Experience... 5pm Clara Ross, Brighton’s Best... 5:30pm The Destroyers - Balkan Big Band 7pm Bach’s Goldberg Variations 7:30pm Towards Enlightenment 7:30pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy... 7:45pm Voices and Viols 7:45pm Linos Wengara & Zimbaremabwe... 8pm Vocal Explosion, Kalamus and... 8pm Candlelit Classics: Mozart’s... 9pm Fringe Club 10:30pm Professor Elemental’s Attic 10:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre Lyrics to Life 7:30am The Big Bite-Size... 10:15am, 11:30am This Time Next Year Midday, 1:30pm, 3pm, 4:30pm, 6pm Jane Austen’s ‘Northanger Abbey’ 1pm The Importance of... 1:45pm, 4:30pm On The Beach by John Osborne 2pm Road by Jim Cartwright 2pm The Trench 2pm, 8pm A Girl Called Owl 3pm Pillow-Talk 3pm, 7pm, 9pm Small World 3pm Honor Blackman as Herself 3:15pm Bernard Shaw Invites YOU! 3:30pm, 7pm Art in Heaven 4pm, 6pm, 8pm Betsy: Wisdom of a Brighton Whore 4pm Pornography by Simon Stephens 4pm The Pardoner’s Tale 4pm Stand Up, Woman 4:30pm The Immigrant Diaries 4:45pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm Charm Offensive 6pm Journey to Karawane 6pm Shelf Life: Modern Home... 6pm Fragments 6:45pm A Little Nonsense 7pm A Taming of the Shrew 7pm Doing What It Says On The Tin 7pm International Stud 7pm The Dress Circle by Laurie Graham 7pm The Importance of Being Earnest... 7pm The Well 7pm Tunnel 7:15pm


Cabaret p 10 Comedy p 14 Dance p 25 Events p 27 Kids p 31 Literature p 36 Music p 40 Theatre p 51 Tours p 70 Visual Arts p 71 Workshops p 74 In Capacity House 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Sun that Casts No Shadows 7:30pm Off Track’s Blue Remembered... 7:30pm Lyrics to Life... 7:30pm Adventure/Misadventure 7:45pm No Exit 7:45pm The Boy Friend 7:45pm Operation: Love Story 8pm Gather Ye Rosebuds 9pm High Vis 9pm The Silent Stream 9:30pm

Tours Brighton’s Victorian... 9:30am, 11am Famous Brighton Back... 11am, 7pm Piers and Queers 11am Votes For Women 12:30pm Absolutely Brighton, the Wonderful... 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier and...2pm Discovering the Real Kemp Town 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Notorious Women... 6:30pm Brighton’s Extraordinary Mystical... 7pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm The Brighton Horror Walk 9pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9am Open studio: Recent paintings...10am The Embroidered Tattoo Parlour... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am Farm Mews Collective Art Show 11am Jilted Dog Art 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am Alice Walton Ceramics Midday Going Going Gone Midday The Fringe at the Foundry Midday Andie Airfix at the Airfix Lounge 7:30pm

Workshops About Comedy: Stand-Up... 12:30pm Acting and Creating a Character 2:30pm Organic Essential Oil... 3pm

Sunday 12 May Cabaret Eccentronic presents: Neurovision 2pm Grand... 3:15pm, 3:15pm, 4:30pm, 6pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 3:30pm, 6pm Judy in Person 5:30pm Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus Pride... 8pm Escape from East Berlin 8pm La Clique 9pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Tea for Two 3pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 3:30pm Mark Diamond’s Breakup Haircuts 4:45pm The Beta Males 5pm Jessica Fostekew: Moving 5:45pm Rob Deb BigBang Theory of life. 6pm Matt Green: Alive 7pm Britain’s Got F*ck All Talent! 7:15pm Dylan Rhymer - Hard Miles 7:15pm Panda Pride! 8pm The Curse of the Sinister Testicles 8pm Laughing Horse Pick of the... 8:15pm India Macleod: La Haine 8:30pm Joe Munrow - Jazz Monkey 8:30pm Kate Shortt in ‘Shortt and Sweett’ 8:30pm The Bob Blackman Appreciation... 8:30pm Mace & Burton Present... Rom... 9:15pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 10pm I’m With Stupid 10pm It Came From Our Brains! 11:15pm

Events & Film The Garden House Plant Fair 11am LILAC LARK FAIR 12:30pm 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm The Silent Movie Experience 3pm

Kids & Youth Custard Capers Midday The Tim Bat Trick Show Midday A Grimm Night for Hans... 1:30pm Rumpelstiltskin 1:30pm Cool Music for Cool Kids 2pm

Literature The Stories of Shakey P 2:30pm

Stories with Tea 4pm

Music Steel Town Midday Winter’s Journey Midday The Corelli Ensemble Play Bach 4pm The Ray Charles Experience... 5pm The Moors 8pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size Breakfast 11am Jane Austen’s ‘Northanger Abbey’ 1pm The Importance of Being... 1:45pm, 4:30pm No Exit 2:30pm The Boy Friend 2:30pm, 7:45pm The Great I Am 2:45pm A Girl Called Owl 3pm Art in Heaven 3pm, 5pm Pillow-Talk 3pm, 6pm, 8pm The Well 3pm Bernard Shaw Invites YOU! 3:30pm, 7pm Let’s Get Angry: An Adolescent... 3:30pm The Pardoner’s Tale 4pm Operation: Love Story 4:30pm Stand Up, Woman 4:30pm The Immigrant Diaries 4:45pm Albert Einstein: Relativitively... 5pm Return to Venice 5pm Road by Jim Cartwright 5pm Scallywags 5pm Someone else’s... 5:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm Journey to Karawane 6pm My Friend Lester 6pm Shelf Life: Modern Home... 6pm Love Left Hanging 6:45pm A Taming of the Shrew 7pm Diary of a Welshcake 7pm Persuaded 7pm The Dress Circle by Laurie Graham 7pm The Silent Stream 7pm Tunnel 7:15pm Nylons 7:30pm The Sun that Casts No Shadows 7:30pm Adventure/Misadventure 7:45pm The Trench 8pm Cruising 9pm Gather Ye Rosebuds 9pm High Vis 9pm

Tours Brighton Station... 11am, 1:30pm, 4pm Discovering the Real Kemp Town 11am Embassy Court Tour 11am Piers and Queers 11am Absolutely Brighton, the... 2pm Brighton’s Extraordinary... 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier... 2pm Middle Street Synagogue 2pm The Original Brighton Cemetery... 2pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm Notorious Women... 10:30pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Farley Farm House 10:30am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 1am Farm Mews Collective Art Show 11am Jilted Dog Art 11am Open studio: Recent paintings... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am Alice Walton Ceramics Midday Going Going Gone Midday The Fringe at the Foundry Midday Andie Airfix at the Airfix Lounge 3pm

Workshops Free Ki & Aikido Taster Sessions 10am About Comedy: Stand-Up... 12:30pm Indian Singing with Heart and Soul! 2pm

Monday 13 May Cabaret Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 5pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Terry Garoghan ‘The Devil Keeps... 9pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Sword and I 6pm Unmanageable 7pm Dylan Rhymer - Hard Miles 7:15pm

Screaming Julie 7:15pm Threegomaniacs 8:15pm India Macleod: La Haine 8:30pm Joe Munrow - Jazz Monkey 8:30pm Will You Hold My Hand? 8:30pm Clare Harrison’s 15 Inches of... 9:45pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 10pm

Events & Film 360 Cinema 10:30am Horlicks and Armageddon 8pm Fringe Film 9:30pm

Music The Wind that Shook the Barley 6pm Steel Town 8pm Rainbow Chorus Sings Out! 8:30pm

Theatre Laurel and Hardy 6pm Fragments 6:45pm Lyrics to Life 7:30pm Nylons 7:30pm Window 7:30pm The Boy Friend 7:45pm Multiplex by Christopher William... 8pm The Day The Fairy Dust Landed 8pm This Was Your Life 9:30pm

Tours The Brighton Horror Walk 8pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am

Workshops Indian Singing with Heart and Soul! 1:10pm The Classical Buteyko Method 6:30pm

Tuesday 14 May Cabaret Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 5pm La Clique 9pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Threegomaniacs 5:45pm Sword and I 6pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 6pm Unmanageable 7pm Dylan Rhymer - Hard Miles 7:15pm Screaming Julie 7:15pm Stella Graham: A Pint of Stella 7:15pm Sex Guru: The Sexological... 8pm WeGotTickets Brighton Fringe... 8:15pm Chris Fitchew - Just Jack 8:30pm India Macleod: La Haine 8:30pm Joe Munrow - Jazz Monkey 8:30pm Will You Hold My Hand? 8:30pm Clare Harrison’s 15 Inches of... 9:45pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 10pm

Events & Film Horlicks and Armageddon 8pm Fringe Film 10pm

Music Brighton Organists’ Recitals... 1pm International Artists Lunchtime... 1:10pm The Wind that Shook the Barley 6pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk... 7:45pm Abyssinians 8pm Jazz Jam 8:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre Desperately Seeking the Exit 8:15pm Waterloo Sunset 5:30pm, 7pm Laurel and Hardy 6pm Make Tea, Not War 6pm Fragments 6:45pm Bash 7pm Miss Givings 7:15pm Bianco 7:30pm Cold Comfort 7:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest... 7:30pm The Secret Garden 7:30pm Words Apart 7:30pm No Exit 7:45pm The Boy Friend 7:45pm The Guilty Dream 7:45pm Return to Venice 8pm Holocene 9pm

Stuperstition 9:15pm This Was Your Life 9:30pm

Tours Absolutely Brighton, the... 2pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Notorious Women... 6:30pm Brighton’s Extraordinary... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am

Wednesday 15 May Cabaret Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 5pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm La Clique 9pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Threegomaniacs 5:45pm Sword and I 6pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 6pm Will Mars : Americana (Preview) 7pm Dylan Rhymer - Hard Miles 7:15pm Screaming Julie 7:15pm Stella Graham: A Pint of Stella 7:15pm Laughing Horse Pick of the... 8:15pm Chris Fitchew - Just Jack 8:30pm Joe Munrow - Jazz Monkey 8:30pm Pants No Strings Attached 8:30pm Will You Hold My Hand? 8:30pm Clare Harrison’s 15 Inches of... 9:45pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 10pm

Dance Fanti Acrobats International 6pm

Events & Film Wired Reality: Networked World 6:30pm Boutique Cinema 8pm Horlicks and Armageddon 8pm Fringe Film 10pm

Music The Wind that Shook the Barley 6pm The Yoga Jam 7pm Barb Jungr: Stockport to Memphis 8pm Indie Rock Band “The Big Figure” 8pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Tempest 1pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm Waterloo Sunset 5:30pm, 7pm Laurel and Hardy 6pm Shadows on the Wall 6pm The Great I Am 6:15pm The Silent Stream 6:30pm Small World 7pm A Girl Called Owl 7:15pm Bianco 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest... 7:30pm The Secret Garden 7:30pm Words Apart 7:30pm No Exit 7:45pm The Boy Friend 7:45pm The Fantasist 7:45pm The Guilty Dream 7:45pm Dead Happy 8:30pm The Well 8:30pm Hanover the Musical 9pm Holocene 9pm In Your Dreams! 9pm Stuperstition 9:15pm This Was Your Life 9:30pm

Tours Notorious Women... 6:30pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am The Fringe at the Foundry Midday Andie Airfix at the Airfix Lounge 7:30pm

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

Thursday 16 May Cabaret Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 5pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm ‘Uncomplicated’ a Contemporary... 7pm A Dirty Weekend With Der... 7:30pm Judy in person 7:45pm La Clique 9pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Embarrassing Mother 5:45pm Rick Kiesewetter: Chink 6pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 6pm Better Days 6:45pm Will Mars : Americana (Preview) 7pm Dylan Rhymer - Hard Miles 7:15pm Kevin Dewsbury - Out Now 7:15pm Screaming Julie 7:15pm The Medic Revue 7:30pm A Puppet Named Desire 8pm Laughing Horse Pick of the Fringe 8:15pm Chris Fitchew - Just Jack 8:30pm It’s Not Easy Being Yellow 8:30pm Sajeela Kershi: Always... 8:30pm Sit Down & Draw 8:45pm The Coin-Operated Girl 9:15pm Clare Harrison’s 15 Inches of Fame. 9:45pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 10pm Will You Hold My Hand? 11pm

Dance Fanti Acrobats International 6pm

Events & Film Jack the Ripper: Facts, No Fiction 7:30pm Fringe Film 10pm

Literature Write Fiction with Wendy Ann... 6:30pm

Music Queen of Heaven 1:05pm The Wind that Shook the Barley 6pm Brighton Film Quartet 7:30pm Eidolon 7:30pm La Belle Musique 7:30pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk... 7:45pm Folk Off Session 8pm John Crampton 8:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size... 10:15am, 11:30am The Tempest 1pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm The Overcoat 5:30pm Laurel and Hardy 6pm Betsy: Wisdom of a Brighton Whore 6:30pm The Silent Stream 6:30pm International Stud 7pm The Fringe @ City College 7pm A Girl Called Owl 7:15pm Bianco 7:30pm In Capacity House 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest... 7:30pm The Secret Garden 7:30pm Words Apart 7:30pm No Exit 7:45pm The Boy Friend 7:45pm Dead Happy 8:30pm The Well 8:30pm ‘!’ [Hollywood Blues] 9pm Hanover the Musical 9pm In Your Dreams! 9pm

Tours Famous Brighton Back Passages 11am Absolutely Brighton, the Wonderful... 2pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Votes For Women 6:30pm Brighton’s Extraordinary Mystical... 7pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder”... 11am The Fringe at the Foundry Midday

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The Brighton Horror Walk 10pm

Cabaret

Visual Arts

Eccentronic presents: Neurovision 2pm Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 5pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm A Dirty Weekend With Der... 7:30pm Judy in person 8pm La Clique 9pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm Festivals Club 11pm

Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am The Fringe at the Foundry Midday Andie Airfix at the Airfix Lounge 7:30pm

Comedy

Cabaret Eccentronic presents: Neurovision 2pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Judy in person 8pm The Bare Guitarist The Panda... 9:45pm Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 5pm Beasts 5pm La Clique 9pm Festivals Club 11pm

The Overcoat 5:30pm Charm Offensive 6pm Forwards and Backwards 6pm Laurel and Hardy 6pm The Sun that Casts No... 6:15pm, 8:15pm Bash 7pm In Extremis 7:30pm In Capacity House 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Graduate-an adaptation... 7:30pm The Importance of Being... 7:30pm Lady of the Wild West Hill! 7:45pm No Exit 7:45pm Breakfast at Dalkey 8:15pm Dead Happy 8:30pm In Your Dreams! 9pm Instant Theatre 9pm Soldiers’ Wives by Sarah Daniels 9pm You and Me 9pm Stuperstition 10:30pm

Comedy

Tours Brighton’s Victorian... 9:30am, 11am Famous Brighton Back... 11am, 7pm Piers and Queers 11am Absolutely Brighton, the... 2pm Brighton’s Extraordinary... 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier... 2pm Discovering the Real Kemp Town 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm The Brighton Horror Walk 9pm

Custard Capers Midday Rumpelstiltskin 7pm

Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 2:15pm Katerina Vrana: Feta With The... 3:30pm Mark Diamond’s Breakup... 4:45pm Embarrassing Mother 5:45pm Nathan Cassidy: Winner... 6pm The Hill and Weedon Fan Club 6pm Bad Bread 7pm Will Mars : Americana (Preview) 7pm Ben Van der Velde’s Chain Letter 7:15pm Kevin Dewsbury - Out Now 7:15pm Screaming Julie 7:15pm The Medic Revue 7:30pm A Puppet Named Desire 8pm Stand-Up: The Musical 8pm Laughing Horse Pick of the Fringe 8:15pm Horse and Louis: Party Bucket 8:30pm Sajeela Kershi: Always Miss... 8:30pm Sexual Freaky Friday 8:30pm Better Days 9:15pm The Coin-Operated Girl 9:15pm Clare Harrison’s 15 Inches of Fame. 9:45pm Le Flop 10pm The News at Kate 2013 10pm Will You Hold My Hand? 11pm

Literature

Dance

Come Rhyme With Me 7pm

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm

Music

Events & Film

48hour Concert 7:30pm Friday Evening Concerts in... 7:30pm Joss Peach’s ‘Light House’ 7:30pm MOOT presents The Ligeti Quartet 7:30pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk... 7:45pm Eidolon 9pm Festivals Club 11pm

Dido’s Lament: Victorian Death... 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm Fringe City Midday Soulful Singing 2pm, 7:30pm Jack the Ripper: Facts, No Fiction 7:30pm

Theatre

Deans Festival 11am Custard Capers Midday Mr Pineapple Head Midday Rumpelstiltskin 7pm

Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Embarrassing Mother 5:45pm Nathan Cassidy: Winner... 6pm The Hill and Weedon Fan Club 6pm iProv Shuffle with The Hee-Ha’s 6:45pm Bad Bread 7pm Will Mars : Americana (Preview) 7pm Ben Van der Velde’s Chain Letter 7:15pm Kevin Dewsbury - Out Now 7:15pm Screaming Julie 7:15pm Brighton Comedy Course... 7:30pm The Medic Revue 7:30pm A Puppet Named Desire 8pm Housemates - The Sitcom 8pm Laughing Horse Pick of the... 8:15pm Horse and Louis: Party Bucket 8:30pm Sajeela Kershi: Always Miss... 8:30pm Sit Down & Draw 8:45pm The Coin-Operated Girl 9:15pm Clare Harrison’s 15 Inches of Fame. 9:45pm Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus 10pm I’m With Stupid 10pm Will You Hold My Hand? 11pm

Dance Fanti Acrobats International 6pm

Events & Film 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm Circumstance (2011) - Q&A with... 7pm Jack the Ripper: Facts, No Fiction 7:30pm

Kids & Youth

The Big Bite-Size...10:15am, 11:30am The Tempest 1pm Well-Behaved Women Rarely... 1pm Poe 5pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm Someone else’s... 5:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm The Overcoat 5:30pm Charm Offensive 6pm Forwards and Backwards 6pm Laurel and Hardy 6pm Betsy: Wisdom of a Brighton Whore 6:30pm The Silent Stream 6:30pm A Taming of the Shrew 7pm Small World 7pm A Girl Called Owl 7:15pm Bianco 7:30pm In Capacity House 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Graduate-an adaptation... 7:30pm The Importance of Being Earnest... 7:30pm Words Apart 7:30pm Lady of the Wild West Hill! 7:45pm No Exit 7:45pm The Boy Friend 7:45pm Dead Happy 8:30pm The Well 8:30pm In Your Dreams! 9pm You and Me 9pm Stuperstition 10:30pm

Tours Discovering the Real Kemp Town 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm

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Saturday 18 May

Kids & Youth

Music St Ann’s Well Gardens Spring... 11am Bassoon Trio Recital 1:15pm Brahms and Rutter 4pm Haunted Voices II 5pm, 7pm Love Train 7pm A Tchaikovsky Gala Concert 7:30pm Cello & Piano Recital 7:30pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk... 7:45pm MOOT presents Stimmung with... 8pm The Blues Corporation Live! 8pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size... 10:15am, 11:30am This Time Next Year Midday, 1:30pm, 3pm, 4:30pm, 6pm Coke Floats & Chemo 1pm, 3pm Poe 1pm, 5pm Well-Behaved Women Rarely... 1pm The Importance of Being... 1:45pm, 4:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 2pm, 5pm, 7:30pm Bianco 2:30pm, 7:30pm The Boy Friend 2:30pm, 7:45pm The Guilty Dream 2:30pm Words Apart 2:30pm, 7:30pm A Girl Called Owl 3pm, 7:15pm Hystoria 3pm International Stud 3pm Betsy: Wisdom of a Brighton Whore 4pm Albert’s Boy 4pm The Immigrant Diaries 4:45pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9am Depositary 10am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am Farm Mews Collective Art Show 11am Jilted Dog Art 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am Alice Walton Ceramics Midday Going Going Gone Midday The Fringe at the Foundry Midday Assert Creative Showcase 2:30pm Andie Airfix at the Airfix Lounge 7:30pm My Map Of Brighton 7:30pm

Workshops Organic Essential Oil... 10am

Sunday 19 May Cabaret Mikelangelo and the Black Sea... 5pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 3:30pm, 6pm Judy in Person 5:30pm Streisand - The Main Event 8pm The Supreme Fabulettes & Friends 8pm The Lovely Brothers 8:30pm La Clique 9pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Crimes Against Humanities Teachers 3pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 3:30pm Mark Diamond’s Breakup Haircuts 4:45pm Beasts 5pm How to Be Rich and Thin 5:45pm Nathan Cassidy: Winner... 6pm Will Mars : Americana (Preview) 7pm Ben Van der Velde’s Chain Letter 7:15pm Screaming Julie 7:15pm Sword and I 7:15pm A Puppet Named Desire 8pm Jessica Fostekew: Moving 8:15pm Sexual Freaky Friday 8:30pm Tea for Two 8:30pm The Last Lectures 8:30pm Clare Harrison’s 15 Inches of Fame. 9:45pm I’m With Stupid 10pm Le Flop 10pm Dance Ragroof Tea Dance 2pm Fanti Acrobats International 6pm

Events & Film Spring Seedling Swap 11am 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm Sell Your Show on the Fringe 1:30pm The Silent Movie Experience 3pm Jack the Ripper: Facts, No Fiction 7:30pm

Kids & Youth

The Feather Catcher 11:30am Custard Capers Midday The Tim Bat Trick Show Midday Rumpelstiltskin 1:30pm

Literature Stories with Tea 4pm

Music Deux Johns Orchestra JazzFest 2:45pm Ensemble Reza - String Ensemble 7:30pm The Falsetto Sings Gilbert... 7:30pm Jazz at the Movies 8pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size Breakfast 11am Well-Behaved Women Rarely... 1pm The Importance of Being... 1:45pm, 4:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 2pm, 5pm 7:30pm The Guilty Dream 2:30pm The Great I Am 2:45pm A Girl Called Owl 3pm, 7:15pm Bianco 3pm Hystoria 3pm Instant Theatre 3pm, 9pm Let’s Get Angry: An Adolescent... 3:30pm Albert’s Boy 4pm The Immigrant Diaries 4:45pm Albert Einstein: Relativitively... 5pm My Friend Lester 5pm Poe 5pm Return to Venice 5pm Scallywags 5pm Someone else’s... 5:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm The Overcoat 5:30pm Forwards and Backwards 6pm Laurel and Hardy 6pm The Sun that Casts No... 6:15pm, 8:15pm Love Left Hanging 6:45pm A Taming of the Shrew 7pm Diary of a Welshcake 7pm In Extremis 7pm Persuaded 7pm Nylons 7:30pm Lady of the Wild West Hill! 7:45pm Krapp’s Last Tape 8pm Breakfast at Dalkey 8:15pm Dead Happy 8:30pm Cruising 9pm Soldiers’ Wives by Sarah Daniels 9pm You and Me 9pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm How to Be Rich and Thin 5:45pm 3 Days off Jesus 6pm Big Boys Don’t Dance 6pm Unmanageable 7pm Sword and I 7:15pm Threegomaniacs 8:15pm Sexual Freaky Friday 8:30pm The Last Lectures 8:30pm The One-Eyed Men: Cookin’ Up... 8:30pm Le Flop 10pm

Events & Film Space Invaders: Children’s Social... 6pm Fringe Film 9:30pm

Kids & Youth Kasper’s Puppet Theatre... 4:30pm

Music Clive Carroll & Geoff Robb 8pm

Theatre Poe 5pm Black Venus 7pm, 9pm A Girl Called Owl 7:15pm, 9pm Cold Comfort 7:30pm Nylons 7:30pm Romeo and Rosaline 7:30pm Three Kinds of Me 7:30pm You Left Me in the Dark 7:30pm No Man’s Land 7:45pm Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang 8pm Instant Theatre 9pm Vesta 9:45pm

Tours The Brighton Horror Walk 8pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am

Tuesday 21 May Cabaret Duncan Allen and Guests 7:30pm Your Place Or Mind 8pm La Clique 9pm Festivals Club 11pm

Tours

Comedy

Brighton Station... 11am, 1:30pm, 4pm Discovering the Real Kemp Town 11am Embassy Court Tour 11am Piers and Queers 11am Absolutely Brighton, the... 2pm Brighton’s Extraordinary Mystical... 2pm Middle Street Synagogue 2pm Pavilion Gardens Cafe History Tour 2pm The Original Brighton Cemetery Tour 2pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm Notorious Women... 10:30pm

Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm How to Be Rich and Thin 5:45pm 3 Days off Jesus 6pm Big Boys Don’t Dance 6pm Unmanageable 7pm Sword and I 7:15pm WeGotTickets Brighton Fringe... 8:15pm Luisa Omielan: What Would... 8:30pm Sexual Freaky Friday 8:30pm The Last Lectures 8:30pm The One-Eyed Men: Cookin’ Up... 8:30pm The Treason Show 9pm Zombie Science: Worst Case... 9pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 9:45pm Le Flop 10pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Depositary 10am Farley Farm House 10:30am “The Silence in Thunder”... 11am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 11am Farm Mews Collective Art Show 11am Jilted Dog Art 11am Open studio: Recent paintings... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am Alice Walton Ceramics Midday Going Going Gone Midday The Fringe at the Foundry Midday West Papua Traditional Art... 2pm Andie Airfix at the Airfix Lounge 3pm Workshops Free Ki & Aikido... 10am Little Sunday: Creative Workshops... 11am, 11am, 2:15pm, 2:15pm Creating Weird and Wonderful Pets 2pm Labyrinth - A Walking Meditation 6:30pm

Monday 20 May Cabaret The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Your Place Or Mind 8pm Terry Garoghan ‘The Devil Keeps... 9pm

The Big Match 11am

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

Events & Film Be Receptive: Art/Science... 2:30pm Fringe Film 10pm

Kids & Youth Music Brighton Organists’... 1pm International Artists Lunchtime... 1:10pm Kasper’s Puppet Theatre... 4:30pm Theatre Poe 5pm Small World 7pm Another New World 7pm The Fretful Federation Mandolin... 7:30pm Delphine 7:15pm Miss Givings 7:15pm I Look: I Divine 7:30pm The Girl With The Iron Claws 7:30pm The Visitor 7:30pm Three Kinds of Me 7:30pm You Left Me in the Dark 7:30pm No Man’s Land 7:45pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk... 7:45pm Return to Venice 8pm Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang 8pm Breakfast at Dalkey 8:15pm Hystoria 8:30pm Jazz Jam 8:30pm Instant Theatre 9pm


Cabaret p 10 Comedy p 14 Dance p 25 Events p 27 Kids p 31 Literature p 36 Music p 40 Theatre p 51 Tours p 70 Visual Arts p 71 Workshops p 74 The Life & Adventures Of Billy... 9pm Vesta 9:45pm

Music Festivals Club 11pm

Tours Absolutely Brighton, the Wonderful... 2pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Notorious Women... 6:30pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am

Wednesday 22 May Cabaret The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm Paul Gunn & Worsted 7:30pm Your Place Or Mind 8pm La Clique 9pm Granny’s Gone Wild 9:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm How to Be Rich and Thin 5:45pm 3 Days off Jesus 6pm Big Boys Don’t Dance 6pm Lights! Camera! Improvise! 7pm Unmanageable 7pm Patrick Morris: Patiently waiting... 7:15pm The Grape and The Grain 7:45pm Laughing Horse Pick of the Fringe 8:15pm Sexual Freaky Friday 8:30pm The Last Lectures 8:30pm The Treason Show 9pm Zombie Science: Worst Case Scenario 9pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 9:45pm Dead Things Don’t Talk 10pm

Visual Arts

Tours

Theatre

Events & Film

Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am The Fringe at the Foundry Midday Andie Airfix at the Airfix Lounge 7:30pm

Discovering the Real Kemp Town 11am Absolutely Brighton, the Wonderful... 2pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Votes For Women 6:30pm Brighton’s Extraordinary Mystical... 7pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm

360 Cinema 10am Fringe City Midday Speakers’ corner Midday 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm The Ultimate Kate Bush Experience 1pm Secret City Screening with... 2pm Celebrating Creativity and... 2:30pm

Eccentronic presents: Neurovision 2pm The Damsel in Shining Armour 7pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm I Can Make You A Mentalist 7:30pm Judy in person 8pm La Clique 9pm Granny’s Gone Wild 9:30pm The Battle of the Sexes 9:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

The Big Bite-Size... 10:15am, 11:30am Poe 5pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm Someone else’s... 5:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm Can You Hear Seagulls? 6pm Betsy: Wisdom of a Brighton Whore 6:30pm The Silent Stream 6:30pm A Taming of the Shrew 7pm International Stud 7pm Failure (Other Opportunities for... 7:15pm Bianco 7:30pm I Look: I Divine 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Graduate-an adaptation for... 7:30pm Three Kinds of Me 7:30pm No Man’s Land 7:45pm Faulty Towers the Dining Experience 8pm Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang 8pm You Know Me, I’m Jack Ruby! 8pm Breakfast at Dalkey 8:15pm Dead Happy 8:30pm The Well 8:30pm Between 9pm Instant Theatre 9pm Vesta 9:45pm Alive & Swinging With Marilyn... 10pm Stuperstition 10:30pm

Comedy

Tours

Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm How to Be Rich and Thin 5:45pm 3 Days off Jesus 6pm Big Boys Don’t Dance 6pm Sarah Campbell: Experiments in Fun 6pm Morgan & West: Clockwork... 6:30pm iProv Shuffle with The Hee-Ha’s 6:45pm Lights! Camera! Improvise! 7pm Anna Morris: Dolly Mixture 7:15pm Lenny Peters - Lost in Nonsense 7:15pm Brighton Comedy Course... 7:30pm Stand-Up Scotland 7:45pm Housemates - The Sitcom 8pm Laughing Horse Pick of the Fringe 8:15pm Birthday Girls: 2053 8:30pm Night of the Living Tories 8:30pm Sajeela Kershi: Always Miss... 8:30pm Sexual Freaky Friday 8:30pm Clever Peter: Once More Unto... 9pm Amadeus Martin Is Keeping It... 9:45pm Dead Things Don’t Talk 10pm Max and Ivan: The Reunion 10pm Slap & Giggle: Religion 11pm

Pavilion Gardens Cafe History Tour 2pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm The Brighton Horror Walk 10pm

Workshops Training for trainers with comedy... 10am

Thursday 23 May Cabaret The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm Judy in person 7:45pm La Clique 9pm Granny’s Gone Wild 9:30pm The Battle of the Sexes 9:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm How to Be Rich and Thin 5:45pm 3 Days off Jesus 6pm Big Boys Don’t Dance 6pm Rick Kiesewetter: Chink 6pm Lights! Camera! Improvise! 7pm Patrick Morris: Patiently waiting... 7:15pm The Grape and The Grain 7:45pm Laughing Horse Pick of the... 8:15pm It’s Not Easy Being Yellow 8:30pm Sajeela Kershi: Always Miss... 8:30pm Sexual Freaky Friday 8:30pm The Treason Show 9pm Zombie Science: Worst Case Scenario 9pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 9:45pm Dead Things Don’t Talk 10pm

Dance Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Another Tarantino Story 8pm IN TRANSIT a solo show 9pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s ... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am The Fringe at the Foundry Midday, 7.30pm

Friday 24 May Cabaret

Dance

Events & Film

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Another Tarantino Story 8pm

Fringe Film 10pm

Events & Film

Kasper’s Puppet Theatre... 4:30pm

Festival of Research 6:30pm Are Tax Dodgers the Real Scroungers? 7pm Boutique Cinema 8pm Fringe Film 10pm

Literature

Kids & Youth

Music

Kasper’s Puppet Theatre... 4:30pm Soapy Sam 5pm

Dance

Queen of Heaven 1:05pm David Migden & The Dirty Words 7:30pm The Ray Charles Experience... 7:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Sirens Present Soul of the Sea 2pm Violin Variations 3:30pm Africa Entsha 7:30pm The Ray Charles Experience... 7:30pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk... 7:45pm Piazzolla/O’Carolan. Violin and... 7:45pm Africa Unite 2013 8pm Folk Off Session 8pm Fado with Claudia Aurora 8:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre

Theatre

Kids & Youth

The Big Bite-Size... 10:15am, 11:30am Get it Right! 1pm Instant Theatre 3pm, 9pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm Can You Hear Seagulls? 6pm Betsy: Wisdom of a Brighton Whore 6:30pm The Silent Stream 6:30pm The Ruffian On The Stair 6:45pm Bash 7pm Transit 7pm Delphine 7:15pm Failure (Other Opportunities... 7:15pm Bianco 7:30pm I Look: I Divine 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm Three Kinds of Me 7:30pm No Man’s Land 7:45pm Faulty Towers the Dining Experience 8pm Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang 8pm You Know Me, I’m Jack Ruby! 8pm Breakfast at Dalkey 8:15pm Dead Happy 8:30pm Hystoria 8:30pm The Well 8:30pm ‘!’ [Hollywood Blues] 9pm Between 9pm Vesta 9:45pm Stuperstition 10:30pm

Custard Capers Midday Kasper’s Puppet Theatre... 4:30pm

Literature Writers Allowed 7:30pm

Music

Get it Right! 1pm Delphine 4:15pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm The Great I Am 6:15pm The Silent Stream 6:30pm International Stud 7pm Transit 7pm Failure (Other Opportunities... 7:15pm Bianco 7:30pm I Look: I Divine 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm Romeo and Rosaline 7:30pm The Modernists by Jeff Noon 7:30pm Three Kinds of Me 7:30pm You Left Me in the Dark 7:30pm No Man’s Land 7:45pm Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang 8pm Breakfast at Dalkey 8:15pm Dead Happy 8:30pm Hystoria 8:30pm The Well 8:30pm Instant Theatre 9pm The Life & Adventures Of Billy... 9pm Vesta 9:45pm

Tours Notorious Women... 6:30pm Brighton’s Extraordinary Mystical... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm

Kids & Youth

Vitai Lampada - The Power of Woman 6pm Write Fiction with Wendy Ann... 6:30pm Rattle Tales 9pm

Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Another Tarantino Story 8pm How to Host a Dinner Party 9pm In Transit a solo show 9pm

Events & Film 360 Cinema 10am Elderflower Fields 2013 Midday 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm

Literature Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge Midday Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge... Midday Circuit Blasting 12:30pm Quintessential Anthology of Gin... 2pm Theremin Jam Session 3pm Mad, Bad World of Jeff Keen 4pm The Hour 6pm Writers Allowed 7:30pm Genteel Tipple Through Gin... 8pm

Music Violin Variations 3:30pm Meadowlands Festival 5pm Africa Entsha 7:30pm MOOT presents Paul Silverthorne... 7:30pm Musicool 7:30pm The Ray Charles Experience... 7:30pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk... 7:45pm 1969 Show and Abbey Road 8pm Bloco Branco Live 8pm Nice Weather for Airstrikes Festival 8pm Fado with Claudia Aurora 8:30pm The Iron Boot Scrapers... 8:30pm Fringe Club 10:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am The Fringe at the Foundry Midday Andie Airfix at the Airfix Lounge 7:30pm

Saturday 25 May Cabaret Eccentronic presents: Neurovision 2pm The Lady Boys... 4:30pm, 7pm, 9pm The Damsel in Shining Armour 7pm I Can Make You A Mentalist 7:30pm Still Life with Songs 7:45pm Judy in person 8pm Woman-Utan and Other Stories 8pm La Clique 9pm The Battle of the Sexes 9:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Sex, Lies and Lots of Cake 1pm Bob and Jim - Two Stars 1pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 2:15pm Crimes Against Humanities Teachers 3pm Lights! Camera! Improvise! 3pm, 7pm Katerina Vrana: Feta With The... 3:30pm Mike Wozniak: Take The Hit 4pm Morgan & West 4pm Mark Diamond’s Breakup Haircuts 4:45pm Stand-Up Scotland 4:51pm That Pair 5pm 3 Days off Jesus 6pm Rob Auton: The Yellow Show 6pm Sarah Campbell: Experiments... 6pm The Maydays 6pm Anna Morris: Dolly Mixture 7:15pm Lenny Peters - Lost in Nonsense 7:15pm Laughing Horse Pick of the Fringe 8:15pm Birthday Girls: 2053 8:30pm Funny Women Awards Heat 8:30pm Garrett Millerick: Sensible... 8:30pm Sajeela Kershi: Always Miss... 8:30pm Sexual Freaky Friday 8:30pm Stand-up for Labour 8:30pm Red Brick Comedy Club 8:45pm Amadeus Martin Is Keeping It... 9:45pm Snigger Happy 9:45pm Dead Things Don’t Talk 10pm Max and Ivan: The Reunion 10pm Slap & Giggle: Religion 11pm

Dance Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Another Tarantino Story 8pm How to Host a Dinner Party 9pm

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

Kids & Youth Kasper’s Puppet Theatre... 11am, 2pm Signor Baffo 11am The Feather Catcher 11:30am Custard Capers Midday Fringe City Family Picnic... Midday Hijack: The Incredible Book... Midday* Mr Pineapple Head Midday Communitoy 1pm The Classics of Magic! 1pm B-Fest Brighton Youth Arts Festival 2pm Hijack Comedy 2pm Magic and Mayhem 2pm Huggers 3:15pm Street Dreams 4pm Pete Picks Your Brains! 5:45pm

Literature Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge Midday Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge... Midday Interdimensional Wizard Midday The Secrets of Vedic Maths 12:30pm Ask a Philosopher 1:30pm A Celebration of Nonsense Poetry 1:45pm The Stories of Shakey P 2:30pm Pranks and Mischief 3pm Idlers of the Enlightenment... 4:15pm The Hour 6pm A Feast of Learning 7:30pm

Music ‘Tempest’ & ‘Waldstein’ Sonatas 1:15pm Pet Sounds v Sgt. Pepper 2pm, 8pm Bach’s Goldberg Variations 3pm Violin Variations 3:30pm Lewes Barn Dance 7pm Africa Entsha 7:30pm Bach Cello Suites 7:30pm MOOT presents Nicholas... 7:30pm Musicool 7:30pm The Ray Charles Experience... 7:30pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy... 7:45pm Nice Weather for Airstrikes Festival 8pm South Coast Soul Revue 8pm The Glories of Antiphony 8pm Fringe Club 10:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size... 10:15am, 11:30am Speakers’ Corner: A Platform... Midday VanBuren & Gandey’s Victorian Wonders Carnival Midday, 12:30pm, 3pm, 3:30pm, 6pm, 6:30pm, 7pm, 7:30pm, 8pm, 8:30pm Faulty Towers the Dining... 1pm, 8pm Poe 1pm, 5pm The Importance of Being... 1:45pm, 4:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 2pm The Wordcatcher 2pm Bianco 2:30pm, 7:30pm No Man’s Land 2:30pm, 7:45pm Bash 3pm Instant Theatre 3pm, 9pm Betsy: Wisdom of a Brighton Whore 4pm Albert’s Boy 4pm Trials and Tribulations of Mr... 4:30pm The Immigrant Diaries 4:45pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm The Cow Play 5:45pm Can You Hear Seagulls? 6pm Chapel Street 6pm The Ruffian On The Stair 6:45pm A Taming of the Shrew 7pm Grimm Tales and Fugee 7pm Small World 7pm How a Man Crumbled 7:15pm Bitch Boxer 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Graduate-an adaptation... 7:30pm Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang 8pm Brighton’s Finest 8:30pm Dead Happy 8:30pm The Tempest 8:30pm Between 9pm Stuperstition 10:30pm Vesta 11pm

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Literature

Monday 27 May

Brighton’s Victorian... 9:30am, 11am Famous Brighton Back... 11am, 7pm Piers and Queers 11am Votes For Women 12:30pm, 12:30pm Absolutely Brighton, the... 2pm Brighton’s Extraordinary Mystical... 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier... 2pm Discovering the Real Kemp Town 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Notorious Women... 6:30pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm The Brighton Horror Walk 9pm

Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge Midday Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge... Midday Free Energy and Interpreting... 1pm The Dream Lab 1pm The Dream Studio 1pm How Our Dreams Influence the Arts 2:30pm The Stories of Shakey P 2:30pm Dreams: Our Virtual Reality? 4pm Stories with Tea 4pm The Hour 6pm Mad Hatter Tea party 7pm How to Lucid Dream 7:30pm

Cabaret

Visual Arts

A Love Supreme: Coltrane and... Midday The Hope’s Free Fringe Midday The Studio 9 Orchestra Live 4pm Africa Entsha 7:30pm Bach Cello Suites 7:30pm Bank on Jazz 7:30pm The Ray Charles Experience... 7:30pm Life of Brian 8pm Nice Weather for Airstrikes Festival 8pm Fringe Club 10:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9am Depositary 10am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am Chinese Painting Exhibition 11am Farm Mews Collective Art Show 11am Jilted Dog Art 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am Alice Walton Ceramics Midday Going Going Gone Midday The Fringe at the Foundry Midday Press & Release 1pm Andie Airfix at the Airfix Lounge 7:30pm

Workshops Organic Essential Oil... 11:30am The Feather Catcher: Interactive... 1pm

Sunday 26 May Cabaret Eccentronic presents: Neurovision 2pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 3:30pm, 6pm Xara Vaughan 4pm Judy in person 5:30pm The Damsel in Shining Armour 7pm Duncan Allen and Guests 7:30pm Pride Gala Double Bill 8pm Woman-Utan and Other Stories 8pm La Clique 9pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Bob and Jim - Two Stars 1pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 3:30pm Mike Wozniak: Take The Hit 4pm Mark Diamond’s Breakup Haircuts 4:45pm That Pair 5pm Helen Keen: Into the Beyond 6pm Sarah Campbell: Experiments in Fun 6pm Morgan & West: Clockwork... 6:30pm Lenny Peters - Lost in Nonsense 7:15pm Clever Peter: Once More Unto... 7:30pm Crimes Against Humanities Teachers 8pm Andrew and the Pony 8:15pm Birthday Girls: 2053 8:30pm Garrett Millerick: Sensible... 8:30pm Sajeela Kershi: Always Miss... 8:30pm Sexual Freaky Friday 8:30pm The Maydays 8:30pm Amadeus Martin Is Keeping It... 9:45pm Snigger Happy 9:45pm Dead Things Don’t Talk 10pm Max and Ivan: The Reunion 10pm Slap & Giggle: Religion 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size Breakfast 11am VanBuren & Gandey’s Victorian... Midday, 12:30pm, 3pm, 3:30pm, 5pm, 5:30pm, 6pm, 6:30pm, 7pm, 7:30pm, 8pm Faulty Towers the Dining... 1pm, 8pm The Importance of...1:45pm, 4:30pm The Wordcatcher 2pm The Great I Am 2:45pm Bianco 3pm Grimm Tales and Fugee 3pm, 7pm Albert’s Boy 4pm Trials and Tribulations of... 4:30pm The Immigrant Diaries 4:45pm Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking 5pm My Friend Lester 5pm Poe 5pm Return to Venice 5pm Road by Jim Cartwright 5pm Someone else’s... 5:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm The Cow Play 5:45pm Can You Hear Seagulls? 6pm The Ruffian On The Stair 6:45pm A Taming of the Shrew 7pm Diary of a Welshcake 7pm How a Man Crumbled 7:15pm Bitch Boxer 7:30pm Nylons 7:30pm Best of Punched 8pm Krapp’s Last Tape 8pm Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang 8pm Brighton’s Finest 8:30pm Dead Happy 8:30pm Pride and Prejudice 8:30pm Between 9pm Cruising 9pm Vesta 11pm

Tours

360 Cinema 10am 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm The Silent Movie Experience 3pm

Brighton Station... 11am, 1:30pm, 4pm Discovering the Real Kemp Town 11am Embassy Court Tour 11am Piers and Queers 11am Absolutely Brighton, the Wonderful... 2pm Middle Street Synagogue 2pm Pavilion Gardens Cafe History Tour 2pm The Original Brighton Cemetery Tour 2pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Brighton’s Extraordinary Mystical... 7pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm The Brighton Horror Walk 10pm Notorious Women... 10:30pm

Kids & Youth

Visual Arts

Dance Fanti Acrobats International 6pm

Events & Film

Kasper’s Puppet Theatre... 11am, 2pm The Machine 11:30am Custard Capers Midday Hijack: The Incredible Book... 3pm* The Tim Bat Trick Show Midday The Classics of Magic! 1pm Rumpelstiltskin 1:30pm B-Fest Brighton Youth Arts Festival 2pm Hijack Comedy 2pm Junk Adventures 2pm Magic and Mayhem 2pm Huggers 3:15pm Street Dreams 4pm Pete Picks Your Brains! 5:45pm

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Music

Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Depositary 10am Farley Farm House 10:30am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am Cutting-edge art from today’s...11am Farm Mews Collective Art Show 11am Jilted Dog Art 11am Open studio: Recent paintings... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am Alice Walton Ceramics Midday Going Going Gone Midday The BIG Brighton Fringe Fair Midday The Fringe at the Foundry Midday Tibet in Brighton Midday, 6pm

Eccentronic presents: Neurovision 2pm Xara Vaughan 4pm Egozentricity - Happiness Lab 6pm Woman-Utan and Other Stories 6:45pm The Damsel in Shining Armour 7pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Terry Garoghan ‘The Devil... 9pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Bob and Jim - Two Stars 1pm Crimes Against Humanities Teachers 3pm Mike Wozniak: Take The Hit 4pm Mark Diamond’s Breakup Haircuts 4:45pm Helen Keen: Into the Beyond 6pm Lenny Peters - Lost in Nonsense 7:15pm Threegomaniacs 8:15pm Garrett Millerick: Sensible... 8:30pm Off the Cuff’s Improvised... 8:30pm Sexual Freaky Friday 8:30pm Steve Andrews: ‘Searching... 8:30pm Gary Colman- ChUNT! 9:45pm Snigger Happy 9:45pm Le Flop 10pm

Events & Film 360 Cinema 10am Elderflower Fields 2013 Midnigh... 10pm

Kids & Youth Kasper’s Puppet Theatre. A... 11am, 2pm The Machine 11:30am Baby Loves Disco: Tropical... 3pm Magnus Volk’s Mystery Machine 1pm The Classics of Magic! 1pm Rumpelstiltskin 1:30pm B-Fest Brighton Youth Arts Festival 2pm Junk Adventures 2pm Magic and Mayhem 2pm Huggers 3:15pm Street Dreams 4pm Pete Picks Your Brains! 5:45pm

Literature Hendrick’s Carnival of... Midday Hendrick’s Carnival of... Midday Madame Geneva - Rascal or... 12:30pm Unusually Useful Contents of... 2pm, 4pm The Martini Cocktail. Stirred... 2:30pm The Stories of Shakey P 2:30pm Alchemy, Distillation and... 4:30pm The Hour 6pm

Music Grasshopper Takes Over... Midday Hove Carnival Big Top Performers Midday Nice Weather for Airstrikes Festival 4pm Gesualdo: Genius and Murderer! 7:30pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy... 7:45pm An Evening of Haunting Soulful... 8pm

Theatre VanBuren & Gandey’s Victorian Wonders Carnival...12:30pm, 3pm, 3:30pm, 6pm, 6:30pm, 7pm, 7:30pm, 8pm, 8:30pm White Canvas 1pm, 3pm, 5pm The Importance of Being... 1:45pm, 4:30pm The Wordcatcher 2pm Bianco 2:30pm, 7:30pm Absence 3pm Albert’s Boy 4pm Poe 5pm Puddles 5pm The Cow Play 5:45pm Chapel Street 6pm Jerry and Tom 6:05pm Diary of a Welshcake 7pm How a Man Crumbled 7:15pm Bitch Boxer 7:30pm Homeless in Homeland 7:30pm Nylons 7:30pm Between 9pm Expiry tbc 9pm Make Tea, Not War 9pm 76 Million People and Me 11pm

Tours Discovering the Real Kemp Town 11am Famous Brighton Back Passages 3pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Tibet in Brighton 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am An Exhibition of Contemporary Art 10am

Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am

Workshops The Drawing Circus: Prologue 4pm, 8pm

Tuesday 28 May Cabaret The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm Oliver Meech: When Magic... 7:15pm Paul Gunn & Worsted 7:30pm La Clique 9pm Escape from East Berlin 9:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Neil McFarlane’s First Period 7pm Sword and I 7:15pm WeGotTickets Brighton Fringe... 8:15pm Garrett Millerick: Sensible... 8:30pm Sexual Freaky Friday 8:30pm Steve Andrews: ‘Searching... 8:30pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 9:45pm Le Flop 10pm

Dance

Wednesday 29 May Cabaret The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm Oliver Meech: When Magic... 7:15pm La Clique 9pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Threegomaniacs 5:45pm Unmanageable 7pm Sword and I 7:15pm Laughing Horse Pick of the... 8:15pm Garrett Millerick: Sensible... 8:30pm Sexual Freaky Friday 8:30pm Steve Andrews: ‘Searching... 8:30pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 9:45pm Le Flop 10pm Tom Walsh: Talk 10pm

Dance The Kiosk: A See... 4pm, 6:30pm, 8:45pm Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Cool Beans 7pm Another Tarantino Story 8pm

Events & Film

Cool Beans 11am The Kiosk: A See... 4pm, 6:30pm, 8:45pm

360 Cinema 10am Defend Free State Education For All! 7pm Boutique Cinema 8pm

Events & Film

Kids & Youth

360 Cinema 10am

Kasper’s Puppet Theatre... 11am, 2pm Signor Baffo 11am The Feather Catcher 11:30am Hijack Digital Midday The Classics of Magic! 1pm B-Fest Brighton Youth Arts Festival 2pm Magic and Mayhem 2pm The Very Scariesome Lollipop Lady 2pm Decomposed 2:30pm Magnus Volk’s Mystery Machine 2:30pm Huggers 3:15pm Uncle Montague’s Stories from... 5pm Bite!: Youth Poets v MCs Slam 6pm

Kids & Youth Kasper’s Puppet Theatre... 11am, 2pm The Feather Catcher 11:30am Hijack Film 1pm The Classics of Magic! 1pm B-Fest Brighton Youth Arts Festival 2pm James Campbell - Comedy 4 Kids 2pm Junk Adventures 2pm Magic and Mayhem 2pm The Very Scariesome Lollipop Lady 2pm Magnus Volk’s Mystery Machine 2:30pm Huggers 3:15pm

Literature Artist in a Sauna 7:30pm

Music Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk... 7:45pm Jazz Jam 8:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size Breakfast 10:15am VanBuren & Gandey’s Victorian Wonders Carnival... 12:30pm, 3pm, 3:30pm, 6pm, 6:30pm, 7pm, 7:30pm, 8pm, 8:30pm White Canvas 1pm, 3pm The Wordcatcher 2pm Killers by Glenn Chandler 4pm, 7pm Poe 5pm 76 Million People and Me 6pm How to Disappear... 6pm, 7:30pm, 9pm Jerry and Tom 6:05pm International Stud 7pm Miss Givings 7:15pm Homeless in Homeland 7:30pm The Altitude Brothers 7:30pm A Beginning, A Muddle, An End 7:45pm Faulty Towers the Dining... 8pm POEt 8pm Return to Venice 8pm Expiry tbc 9pm Make Tea, Not War 9pm

Tours Absolutely Brighton, the Wonderful... 2pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Notorious Women... 6:30pm Brighton’s Extraordinary... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm The Brighton Horror Walk 8pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Tibet in Brighton 9am, 6pm Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am An Exhibition of Contemporary Art 10am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am Artist in a Sauna 7:30pm

Workshops The Feather Catcher: Interactive... 1pm Acting Masterclasses To... 3:30pm

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

Literature Applied Social Science Annual... 6pm

Music MOOT presents The Rite of Spring 1pm Zuby & ShaoDow 6:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size Breakfast 10:15am VanBuren & Gandey’s Victorian Wonders Carnival... 12:30pm, 3pm, 3:30pm, 6pm, 6:30pm, 7pm, 7:30pm, 8pm, 8:30pm Rumplestiltskin 2:15pm Killers by Glenn Chandler 4pm, 7pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm The Sexual Awakening of Peter... 5:30pm 76 Million People and Me 6pm Jerry and Tom 6:05pm The Great I Am 6:15pm In the Red 7pm Small World 7pm The Fringe @ City College 7pm Fish Pie 7:15pm Bianco 7:30pm Homeless in Homeland 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Graduate-an adaptation for... 7:30pm A Beginning, A Muddle, An End 7:45pm Faulty Towers the Dining... 8pm Poet 8pm Stella 8pm The Maternal Instinct (by Monica... 8pm Dead Happy 8:30pm Puddles 8:30pm

Tours Notorious Women... 6:30pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm The Brighton Horror Walk 8pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Tibet in Brighton 9am, 6pm Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am An Exhibition of Contemporary Art 10am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am ThreeD at Boxbird 11am

Workshops The Feather Catcher: Interactive... 1pm Acting Masterclasses To... 3:30pm


Cabaret p 10 Comedy p 14 Dance p 25 Events p 27 Kids p 31 Literature p 36 Music p 40 Theatre p 51 Tours p 70 Visual Arts p 71 Workshops p 74

Thursday 30 May

Tours

Cabaret

Discovering the Real Kemp Town 11am Absolutely Brighton, the Wonderful... 2pm Famous Brighton Back Passages 3pm Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours 6:30pm Votes For Women 6:30pm Brighton’s Extraordinary Mystical... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm

The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm Oliver Meech: When Magic... 7:15pm Judy in person 7:45pm La Clique 9pm Kiki Lovechild’s The Weatherman 9:15pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm 50 Shades of Scarlet 5:45pm John Hastings: Incidents and... 6pm Unmanageable 7pm Rick Kiesewetter: Chink 7:15pm Sameena Zehra - Homicidal... 7:15pm Comic Boom 8pm Kate Shortt in ‘Shortt and Sweett’ 8pm The Twitnits Stand-Up 8pm Laughing Horse Pick of the... 8:15pm It’s Not Easy Being Yellow 8:30pm Sexual Freaky Friday 8:30pm Steve Andrews: ‘Searching for... 8:30pm Paul Dennis: Almost Blunted... 9:45pm The SomeNews Live Show - Free 9:45pm David Heffron: Don’t Hassle The... 10pm Tom Walsh: Talk 10pm

Dance The Kiosk: A See... 4pm, 6:30pm, 8:45pm Transit 4:30pm Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Cool Beans 7pm Jewel 7:30pm Another Tarantino Story 8pm

Events & Film 360 Cinema 10am

Kids & Youth Kasper’s Puppet Theatre... 11am, 2pm Signor Baffo 11am Hijack Film 1pm The Classics of Magic! 1pm B-Fest Brighton Youth Arts Festival 2pm Magic and Mayhem 2pm The Very Scariesome Lollipop Lady 2pm Decomposed 2:30pm Magnus Volk’s Mystery Machine 2:30pm Huggers 3:15pm Uncle Montague’s Stories... 5pm

Literature Write Fiction with Wendy Ann... 6:30pm

Music MOOT presents The Bionic Ear... 2pm Songs for a New World 7:30pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy... 7:45pm East of the Sun 8pm Let’s Face the Music 8pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size... 10:15am, 11:30am VanBuren & Gandey’s Victorian Wonders Carnival... 12:30pm, 3pm, 3:30pm, 6pm, 6:30pm, 7pm, 7:30pm, 8pm, 8:30pm Pint.... 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm Rumplestiltskin 2:15pm Killers by Glenn Chandler 4pm, 7pm Multiplex by Christopher William... 5pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm In the Red 5:30pm 76 Million People and Me 6pm Between Ten and Six 6pm Bash 7pm Left or Right? 7pm The Fringe @ City College 7pm The Sexual Awakening of Peter... 7pm Fish Pie 7:15pm The Door 7:15pm Bianco 7:30pm In Extremis 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Graduate-an adaptation for... 7:30pm Triptych 7:30pm A Beginning, A Muddle, An End 7:45pm Faulty Towers the Dining... 8pm Poet 8pm Stella 8pm The Maternal Instinct (by Monica... 8pm Dead Happy 8:30pm Puddles 8:30pm Buddhism: Is it just for Losers? 9pm The God Particle 9pm Window 9pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am An Exhibition of Contemporary Art 10am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am

Workshops Acting Masterclasses To... 3:30pm, 8:30pm

Friday 31 May Cabaret Egozentricity - Happiness Lab 6pm Pie Eyed 7pm, 9pm The Lady Boys of Bangkok 7pm, 9pm Judy in person 8pm Kiss of the Red Menace 8:30pm La Clique 9pm Kiki Lovechild’s The... 9:15pm All The Men We’ve Never Slept... 10:45pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm Daniel McLaughlin: Let Me... 4:30pm Aaron Twitchens Princess Guide... 6pm John Hastings: Incidents and... 6pm My Son’s Not Rainman: John... 7pm Nik Coppin - Mixed Racist 7:15pm Sameena Zehra - Homicidal... 7:15pm Darren Walsh: I am a Giant. 7:30pm Housemates - The Sitcom 8pm Laughing Horse Pick of the Fringe 8:15pm Sean McLoughlin: Backbone 8:30pm The Dog-Eared Collective: Skit... 8:30pm The Maydays 8:30pm The Rhythm Method Tour 2013 8:30pm Gary Colman- Chunt! 9:45pm Paul Dennis: Almost Blunted... 9:45pm Shaggers 9:45pm David Heffron: Don’t Hassle The... 10pm Tom Walsh: Talk 10pm

Dance Transit 4:30pm Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Jewel 6pm Cool Beans 7pm Another Tarantino Story 8pm

Events & Film 360 Cinema 10am 5 Down, 20... 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm The Marked Cloth - Conspicuous... 2pm The Great Brighton Skate Race 7pm

Kids & Youth Hijack: Ets-beest 11am, 2pm Kasper’s Puppet Theatre... 11am, 2pm Signor Baffo 11am Custard Capers Midday Mr Pineapple Head Midday The Classics of Magic! 1pm Magic and Mayhem 2pm The Very Scariesome Lollipop Lady 2pm Magnus Volk’s Mystery Machine 2:30pm Huggers 3:15pm Uncle Montague’s Stories from... 5pm

Music Friday Evening Concerts in... 7:30pm Songs for a New World 7:30pm The Self Help Group + Support 7:30pm Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy... 7:45pm Carnivalesque 8pm Fringe Club 10:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size... 10:15am, 11:30am VanBuren & Gandey’s Victorian Wonders Carnival... 12:30pm, 3pm, 3:30pm, 6pm, 6:30pm, 7pm, 7:30pm, 8pm, 8:30pm Pint... 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm The Importance of... 1:45pm, 4:30pm Rumpelstiltskin 2:15pm Killers by Glenn Chandler 4pm, 7pm Left or Right? 5pm, 8pm

Multiplex by Christopher William... 5pm Puddles 5pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm Someone else’s... 5:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm Between Ten and Six 6pm Another New World 7pm International Stud 7pm Fish Pie 7:15pm The Door 7:15pm Ajax 7:30pm Bianco 7:30pm In Extremis 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Graduate-an adaptation for... 7:30pm The Maternal Instinct (by Monica... 7:30pm Triptych 7:30pm Night After Night By Neil Bartlett 7.45pm A Beginning, A Muddle, An End 7:45pm The Pardoner’s Tale 7:45pm Faulty Towers the Dining... 8pm Poet 8pm Dead Happy 8:30pm Buddhism: Is it just for Losers? 9pm The God Particle 9pm Window 9pm You Know Me, I’m Jack Ruby! 9:15pm

Tours Famous Brighton Back Passages 11am Discovering the Real Kemp Town 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm The Brighton Horror Walk 10pm

Visual Arts Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9:30am An Exhibition of Contemporary Art 10am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am The Illuminated 7pm

Workshops Acting Masterclasses To... 3:15pm

Saturday 1 June Cabaret Egozentricity - Happiness Lab 2:30pm The Lady Boys... 4:30pm, 7pm, 9pm Judy in person 8pm Kiss of the Red Menace 8:30pm La Clique 9pm Pie Eyed 7pm, 9pm Kiki Lovechild’s The... 9:15pm All The Men We’ve Never... 10:45pm Festivals Club 11pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm The Bourne Improvables 12:45pm Crimes Against Humanities... 3pm Katerina Vrana: Feta With The... 3:30pm Daniel McLaughlin: Let Me... 4:30pm Mark Diamond’s Breakup... 4:45pm The Real MacGuffins 5pm Aaron Twitchens Princess Guide... 6pm John Hastings: Incidents and... 6pm Rob Auton: The Yellow Show 6pm My Son’s Not Rainman: John...7pm Nik Coppin - Mixed Racist 7:15pm Sameena Zehra - Homicidal... 7:15pm Darren Walsh: I am a Giant. 7:30pm Laughing Horse Pick of the... 8:15pm Sean McLoughlin: Backbone 8:30pm The Dog-Eared Collective: Skit... 8:30pm The Rhythm Method Tour 2013 8:30pm Red Brick Comedy Club 8:45pm Gary Colman- Chunt! 9:45pm Paul Dennis: Almost Blunted... 9:45pm Shaggers 9:45pm The News at Kate 2013 10pm

Kids & Youth Hijack the Park 11am, 2:30pm, 5pm Signor Baffo 11am Arthur’s Dream Boat 11:30am, 2pm Custard Capers Midday Mr Pineapple Head Midday The Classics of Magic! 1pm B-Fest Brighton Youth Arts Festival 2pm Magic and Mayhem 2pm The Very Scariesome Lollipop Lady 2pm Huggers 3:15pm

Music Palmfest Midday God’s Teeth: A Choral Electronic... 3pm Concert: Rachmaninoff Vespers... 7:30pm Songs for a New World 7:30pm Songs from Musicals and the... 7:30pm The Big Blues Bash 7:30pm Up on the Downs 7:30pm Fringe Club 10:30pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre The Big Bite-Size... 10:15am, 11:30am VanBuren & Gandey’s Victorian Wonders Carnival... 2:30pm, 3pm, 3:30pm, 6pm, 6:30pm, 7pm, 7:30pm, 8pm, 8:30pm Faulty Towers the Dining... 1pm, 8pm Jane Austen’s ‘Northanger Abbey’ 1pm Pint... 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm The Importance of... 1:45pm, 4:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 2pm Rumplestiltskin 2:15pm Bianco 2:30pm, 7:30pm Absence 3pm Bash 3pm Triptych 3pm, 7:30pm Blue .. 3:30pm, 5:30pm, 7:15pm Killers by Glenn Chandler 4pm, 7pm Shadows on the Wall 4pm The Pardoner’s Tale 4pm The Immigrant Diaries 4:45pm Return to Venice 5pm, 8pm The Fantasist 5:45pm A Midsummer Night’s Dream 6pm Between Ten and Six 6pm Another New World 7pm In Extremis 7pm Small World 7pm Bridge to an Island 7:30pm Road by Jim Cartwright 7:30pm The Graduate-an adaptation for... 7:30pm The Maternal Instinct (by Monica... 7:30pm A Beginning, A Muddle, An End 7:45pm Cruising 7:45pm Night After Night By Neil Bartlett 7.45pm Poet 8pm Dead Happy 8:30pm Pride and Prejudice 8:30pm Buddhism: Is it just for Losers? 9pm You Know Me, I’m Jack Ruby! 9:15pm

Tours Piers and Queers 11am Famous Brighton Back... 11am, 7pm Votes For Women 12:30pm Absolutely Brighton, the Wonderful... 2pm Brighton’s Extraordinary Mystical... 2pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier and... 2pm Discovering the Real Kemp Town 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Ghost Walk of the Lanes 7:30pm The Brighton Horror Walk 9pm

Visual Arts Cutting-edge art from today’s... 9am An Exhibition of Contemporary Art 10am Open studio: Recent paintings... 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am 2013 artrepublic Visual Arts... Midday

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Dance

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Transit 4:30pm Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Jewel 6pm Another Tarantino Story 8pm

Egozentricity - Happiness Lab 2:30pm Judy in person 5:30pm Kiss of the Red Menace 8:30pm Pie Eyed 7pm, 9pm La Clique 9pm Festivals Club 11pm

Events & Film 360 Cinema 10am The Kemp Town Carnival 2013 11am Fringe City Midday 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm

Comedy Aperol Spritz Stage 1pm WeGotTickets Brighton Fringe... Midnight Daniel McLaughlin: Let Me... 4:30pm

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

Mark Diamond’s Breakup... 4:45pm The Real MacGuffins 5pm Neil McFarlane’s First Period 5:45pm Aaron Twitchens Princess... 6pm John Hastings: Incidents and... 6pm My Son’s Not Rainman: John... 7pm Nik Coppin - Mixed Racist 7:15pm Darren Walsh: I am a Giant. 7:30pm Sean McLoughlin: Backbone 8:30pm Tea for Two 8:30pm The Rhythm Method Tour 2013 8:30pm Gary Colman- ChUNT! 9:45pm Paul Dennis: Almost Blunted... 9:45pm Shaggers 9:45pm

Dance Transit 4:30pm Fanti Acrobats International 6pm Jewel 6pm

Events & Film 360 Cinema 10am The Singing Silver Midnight 360 Cinema 10:30am 5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm

Kids & Youth Arthur’s Dream Boat 11:30am, 2pm Hijack the Park Midday, 2:30pm, 5pm The Bubbles for Breakfast... Midday The Classics of Magic! 1pm B-Fest Brighton Youth Arts Festival 2pm The Very Scariesome Lollipop Lady 2pm Huggers 3:15pm

Music Grasshopper Takes Over...3:30pm Songs for a New World 7:30pm A Love Supreme: Coltrane and... 8pm Festivals Club 11pm

Theatre International Stud Midday Faulty Towers the Dining... 1pm, 8pm Jane Austen’s ‘Northanger Abbey’ 1pm Pint... 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm The Importance of Being... 1:45pm, 4:30pm Rumplestiltskin 2:15pm Absence 3pm Bianco 3pm Small World 3pm Triptych 3pm Blue... 3:30pm, 5:30pm, 7:15pm Shadows on the Wall 4pm The Pardoner’s Tale 4pm The Immigrant Diaries 4:45pm My Friend Lester 5pm Return to Venice 5pm Someone else’s... 5:30pm, 7pm, 8:30pm The Fantasist 5:45pm A Midsummer Night’s Dream 6pm Between Ten and Six 6pm Bash 7pm Diary of a Welshcake 7pm In Extremis 7pm Bridge to an Island 7:30pm The Modernists by Jeff Noon 7:30pm Cruising 7:45pm Dead Happy 8:30pm The Tempest 8:30pm

Tours Discovering the Real Kemp Town 11am Piers and Queers 11am Absolutely Brighton, the... 2pm Brighton Station Tours... 2pm, 4:30pm Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier... 2pm Middle Street Synagogue 2pm Famous Brighton Back... 3pm Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk 5pm Only in Brighton... 7pm Most Haunted Pubs Tour 7:30pm

Visual Arts Brighton Fringe Illustrator... Midnight Exhibition of Art Work by... Midnight Be Receptive: Exploring children’s... 9am An Exhibition of Contemporary Art 10am “The Silence in Thunder” Painting... 11am Cutting-edge art from today’s... 11am Open studio: Recent paintings... 11am

Workshops Little Sunday: Creative Workshops... 11am, 11am, 2:15pm, 2:15pm Presenting With Confidence... 1pm Stand-up Comedy Workshop... 3:30pm

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Rowena Easton [UK] Performance art Desperate times call for desperate pleasures. This spoken choir performance is an exhilarating comedy of trauma. “A kind of spoken word mash-up sound performance... Funny and sophisticated.” (Semiconductor) The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

16+ Funny Juncture Theatre [UK] Bitterly frustrated by a Clown’s freedom to play and inability to take life seriously, a Man has taken it upon himself to teach this Clown a lesson. www.juncturetheatre.tumblr.com Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

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50 SHADES OF SCARLET

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

18+ Sketch-show Scarlet Lights [UK] A cabaret of comedy that scratches the itch of boredom. Turn off your TVs, grab a friend and join these six ladies from the comedy capital of England, Hull. www.facebook.com/scarletlights Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

Taking Flight Theatre Company [UK] Family Using the gardens as inspiration, the actors take you on a magical journey through an exciting version of Shakespeare’s loveable comedy. BSL/SSE. Touch Tour available. Audio described Sunday. www.takingflighttheatre.co.uk St Ann’s Well Gardens 155 C6 Somerhill Road BN3 6BA

16, 23 May 21:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

30 May 17:45 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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9-11 May 19:00 £9.50 (£8) [1hr]

1-2 June 18:00 £14 (£7, £5 Children. Also PAs to disabled people FREE) [2hrs15mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

76 MILLION PEOPLE AND ME Irresponsible Decorators- Theatre Company [UK] 18+ Funny The story of Hitler, Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot trapped on a rowing boat to hell. This thought-provoking dark comedy asks what is the true cost of human life? www.irresponsibledecorators.co.uk Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick 217 H5 39 Ditchling Road BN1 4SB

27 May 23:00 28-30 May 18:00 Free, non-ticketed [50mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

A TAMING OF THE SHREW Festival Shakespeare Company [UK] Outdoors This acclaimed Brighton Company present a colourful and incisive revival of Shakespeare’s farce. Bring family, a picnic and blankets for an evening of confused identities, arranged marriages and gender politics. www.festivalshakespeare.co.uk St Ann’s Well Gardens 155 C6 Somerhill Road BN3 6BA 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 25, 26 May 19:00

11 May 19:00 £14 (£12, £5 Children 5 -16) [2hrs15mins]

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A BEGINNING, A MUDDLE, AN END New Venture Theatre [UK] Devised NVT performs a world premiere ...again and again! Entirely improvised with no script, we’ll perform a riotous farce, or a heartbreaking tragedy. Or maybe both at the same time... www.newventure.org.uk New Venture Theatre 140 D7 Bedford Place BN1 2PT

28-31 May, 1 June 19:45 £8 [1hr]

ABSENCE

Broken Silence Theatre Company [UK] 241 During a rainy morning in a seafront café, two couples debate their futures. One romance has just blossomed. The other has already ended. Will either relationship survive? Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

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27 May, 1-2 June 15:00 £9 (£7.50) [1hr]

A GIRL CALLED OWL

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Briony Horwitz [SA] Physical theatre Olivia arrived in town with her Dad; she was the new girl, the quiet girl, the weird girl. Then she met Kay, the girl with the scar. www.jonkeevy.com/owl The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA 11-12, 18-19 May 15:00 11, 18 May 17:00

15-20 May 19:15 20 May 21:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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ADVENTURE/MISADVENTURE 16+ Solo show Fieldimp [UK] Nick Field questions the modern dilemmas around freedom and self fulfilment. An hour-long trip of a lifetime told through lyrical storytelling, physical theatre and an original musical score; explorers welcome. www.nickfieldpoetic.co.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

9-12 May 19:45 £8 (£6) [1hr]

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A GRAVESIDE STORY 16+ Contemporary On the Spot Productions [UK] A Graveside Story explores the various ways that a group of young people cope with their feelings of grief and the changes that are imposed on their relationships. Latest Music Bar 95 H8 14-17 Manchester St BN2 1TF

4-5 May 17:00 6 May 18:00 £7 (£6) [1hr]

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AJAX Theatre Rheo [UK] Physical theatre An explosive piece exploring the devastating effects of shame and violence on the human soul. Theatre Rheo’s reinvention forces the spectator to contemplate their perception of violence in our world. www.theatrerheo.com Brighton Media Centre Studio 73 F8 Friese-Greene House BN1 1AL

10, 31 May 19:30 £6.50 (£5 when booking in groups of 10+) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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ALBERT EINSTEIN: RELATIVITIVELY SPEAKING

BEST OF PUNCHED

Tangram Theatre Company [UK] Funny Meet the genius behind the coolest moustache in scientific history. From the boys behind international smash-hit ‘The Origin of Species’ comes the show where Einstein = Music Comedy2. Age 11+. www.tangramtheatre.co.uk The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

Touched Theatre & Friends [UK] Puppetry Brighton’s sell-out puppetry night showcases favourite acts and brand new work. Dazzling performances to transport your imagination, in theatre’s hottest art form of the moment; cabaret, comedy and craft. **** (Latest7) www.theoldmarket.com/punched-touched-theatre The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS

5 May 17:00 £7 (£6) 12, 19, 26 May 17:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

ALIVE & SWINGING WITH MARILYN MONROE Alive & Swinging Productions [UK] 18+ Musical theatre Marilyn Monroe is joined by Las Vegas legend Elvis Presley and recently deceased Amy Winehouse, along with the Burning Love Band. Special guest appearance by The Blues Brothers! www.aliveandswinging.co.uk The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS 24 May 22:00 £17.50 [2hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

ANOTHER NEW WORLD

Another New World Productions [UK] 241 Tragedy Disaster in the Arctic. Only the Captain survives. Should he die with his men, or return home? Hero or coward? A gripping play echoing the tales of Shackleton and Franklin. www.anothernewworld.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE 21, 31 May, 1 June 19:00 £9 (£7.50) [50mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

ANOTHER TARANTINO STORY 16+ Contemporary Zion Dance Company [USA] Zion Dance Company is not your mother’s dance company. A dichotomy between ferocity and vulnerability, wildness and refinement, they take traditional dance expectations and slap them in the face. www.ziondancecompany.com The Lectern 340 J2 5 Pelham Terrace BN2 4AF

4-7, 22-25, 29-31 May, 1 June 20:00 £8 (£5) [1hr]

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ART IN HEAVEN 16+ Devised Wired Theatre [UK] A student, disturbed by sexually explicit photographs and besotted by dead women’s paintings, experiences bizarre visions as she struggles with doubts. Come view the show in the White Room. www.wiredtheatre.co.uk Phoenix Brighton 166 H6 10-14 Waterloo Place BN2 9NB

5-6, 12 May 15:00, 17:00 4, 11 May 16:00 4, 8-11 May 18:00, 20:00 £8.50 (£7.50) [1hr20mins]

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BASH 18+ Brighton Rep Theatre [UK] What would make an ordinary person commit an act of evil? Neil Labute tells stories of being pushed to extraordinary limits. What will life push you to do? www.brightonreptheatre.co.uk Brighton Rep Theatre at The Globe 291 F8 78 Middle Street BN1 1AL

25 May, 1 June 15:00 4-5, 10, 14, 18, 23, 30 May, 2 June 19:00 £7 [1hr30mins] 20% off food & drink at venue for ticket holders. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

BELVEDERE Gunpowder Theatre/ Magus Theatre Productions [UK] Funny Funny and moving battle of head versus heart where reality, memory, imagination and hallucination merge and unravel in the mind of one man in the ultimate dilemma: truth or reality? www.ana-maria-bamberger.com Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE 6-8 May 19:00 £9 (£7.50) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

BERNARD SHAW INVITES YOU! Paddy O’Keeffe [UK] storytelling “Life isn’t about finding yourself, it’s about creating yourself.” “GBS was my greatest work of fiction.” The public and private Shaw brought to life in this play for our times. Hove Town Hall (3Phase) 315 A6 Norton Road BN3 4AH

Interval Out of Town

26 May 20:00 £12 (£10) [2hrs30mins]

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BETSY: WISDOM OF A BRIGHTON WHORE Something Underground Theatre Company [UK] 16+ 241 Historical Rachel Guershon performs this powerful one-woman show about an 1800s whore. Prequels ‘The Well’ (also showing this year). Written and directed by Jonathan Brown. (Winner, Best New Play, Brighton Fringe 2012). www.somethingunderground.co.uk Old Police Cells Museum 199 G8 Brighton Town Hall BN1 1JA 11, 18, 25 May 16:00. 9-10, 16-17, 23-24 May 18:30

£10 (£8) £20 for all 3 ‘Something Underground Theatre Company’ shows. [1hr]

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BETTE BOURNE & PAUL SHAW: A RIGHT PAIR 16+ Funny Pink Fringe [UK] This unique partnership have been together since the 1970s. In this whistle-stop tour of their life together they explore their favourite scenes, some obscure gems and some things completely new. www.pinkfringe.org.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

26-27 April 19:30 £10 (£9) [1hr]

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BETWEEN

16+ 241 LGBT Fourword Productions [SA] Lost between love and lust; a man, a boy, a couple, a teacher and his student. “Between is SEXY and explores aspects of male sexuality rarely seen so honestly.” www.fourword.co.za Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

23-27 May 21:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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BETWEEN TEN AND SIX

16+ 241 Funny Cuckoo Bang Productions [UK] It’s just good to know who you’ve got living under your roof isn’t it? Strangers Charlie and Ed do their best to get along in this one act dark comedy. www.cuckoobang.co.uk The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

30-31 May, 1-2 June 18:00 £8 (£7) [1hr]

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BIANCO NoFit State [UK] Circus Award-winning circus company NoFit State present BIANCO, an immersive promenade production with a pounding live soundtrack. An all-consuming theatrical experience blending jaw-dropping skill with untamed elegance and subversive edge. www.nofitstate.org A7 Hove Lawns No 1 BN3 2WW NoFit State Big Top 15 18, 25, 27 May, 1 June 14:30. 19, 26 May, 2 June 15:00 14-18, 22-25, 27, 29-31 May, 1 June 19:30

£18 (£14, £48 Family) [2hrs]

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BITCH BOXER Snuff Box Theatre & Richard Jordan Productions [UK] 16+ Contemporary As one young prospect trains for the fight of her life, she is left winded by life-changing events. Can a fighter let her guard down for love? www.snuffboxtheatre.co.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

10 May 21:30 [2hrs] 10-12 May 19:00 11-12 May 15:30 £10 (£8)

4-6, 25-27 May 19:30 £8.50 (£6.50), £16 (£12) ticket offer with Chapel Street [1hr]

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16+ Brighton Theatre [UK] Site-specific Josephine Baker, black cabaret artist, and Hermann Goering, Hitler’s no2, meet over dinner in occupied Paris. Love, racism, live music. Award-winning company, award-winning venue. Showcase trailer, one night only. Concorde 2 2 J9 Madeira Drive BN2 1EN

Wotlarx Enterprises [UK] 241 contemporary The first rule of families is that they don’t talk to each other. The second rule? They don’t talk about the first rule. Is it ever too late to start? The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

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Touched Theatre [UK] Puppetry Contemporary puppetry company Touched (*** Punched, *** Headcase) create an immersive visual tale throughout The Nightingale theatre. Live music, stunning video, lyrical new writing: puppetry as you’ve never seen it before. www.touchedtheatre.co.uk The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

Scrawl & Richard Jordan Productions [UK]

20 May 19:00, 21:00 £10 [1hr]

1-2 June 15:30, 17:30, 19:15 £8.50 (£6.50) [45mins]

23-24, 26 May 18:00 £8 (£6) [55mins]

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“Let’s live tonight like it’s our last”. Hilarious, heartbreaking, and booze-drenched, Chapel Street depicts a night of carnage in the lives of Joe and Kirsty. ****(The Independent) **** (The List) www.scrawl-online.com Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

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4-6, 25-27 May 18:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr] £16 (£12) ticket offer with Bitch Boxer

BOOGALOO STU’S POP MAGIC

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Boogaloo Stu [UK] Interactive 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! www.pop-magic.com The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

10 May 22:30 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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CHARM OFFENSIVE

18+ 241 Absurdist Robet Inston [UK] Marilyn Monroe and Jesus Christ were charm personified. What campaign do we enact to influence others? Are we blinkered by visual beauty and kindly words? Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

10-11, 17-18 May 18:00 £5 (£4) [1hr]

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BREAKFAST AT DALKEY The Harbour Theatre Company [UK] 16+ 241 Theatrical The Harbour Theatre Company, Argus Angel award-winners present Eddie Alford’s new play ‘Breakfast at Dalkey’. Set in 1930s Dublin it explores family squabbles, betrayals, love, ballroom dancing, confession! Redroaster Coffee House 173 H8 1d St. James’s Street BN2 1RE

18-19, 21-24 May 20:15 £9 (£7) [1hr45mins]

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COKE FLOATS & CHEMO SAVVY Theatre Company [UK] Devised Yvonne doesn’t have time for cancer. She’s a busy working mother with three kids - and on top of it all she managed to get tickets for the London Olympics! www.savvytheatre.co.uk Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

18 May 13:00, 15:00 £5 [45mins]

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BRIDGE TO AN ISLAND 16+ Contemporary Out of the Trunk Productions [UK] Out of the Trunk has unlocked their minds to explore, how far will your mind go to escape loneliness? We believe theatre should captivate completely, come experience beyond thought. www.twitter.com/OutofTheTrunk Brighton Media Centre Studio 73 F8 Friese-Greene House BN1 1AL

1-2 June 19:30 £7.50 (£5.50) [1hr]

COLD COMFORT 16+ Solo show Otherplace Productions [UK] Kevin hasn’t been home for twenty years. Now, at his father’s wake, he’s telling some home truths. McCafferty’s hypnotic wordplay creates a humorous, haunting portrait of love, frailty and loss. www.otherplaceproductions.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

14, 20 May 19:30 £10 (£8.50, £7.50 Student) [1hr]

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25-26 May 20:30 £6 (£4) [1hr]

12, 19, 26 May 21:00 £12.50 (£10.50) 1-2 June 19:45 [1hr10mins]

18+ 241 verbatim First Base Day Centre [UK] A short, verbatim play about two homeless people, addicted to drugs who enter recovery. Dialogue from an oral history project exploring homelessness in the city. First Base Day Centre 343 D6 St. Stephen’s Hall BN1 3BF

16+ 241 Funny 368 Theatre Company [UK] In this hilarious, heartbreaking new musical, the diva star of a cult sci-fi series is trapped on a cruise ship with her husband, 200 fans and her ex-girlfriend! www.nigelfairs.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

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BUDDHISM: IS IT JUST FOR LOSERS?

DEAD HAPPY

Inconvenient Spoof [UK] Clown Life just requires the right type of effort, applied in the correct direction, and an appropriate choice of wall. A compact performance-lecture with props in search of a mid-life epiphany. www.inconvenientspoof.co.uk The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

16+ Yama Theatre Productions [UK] Site-specific Your home is the venue when undertaker Francis Putlock visits you for a consultation. Poignant new one-man play. Book at least one day in advance. Maximum audience ten people. www.yamatheatreproductions.com At your house BN1, BN2 or BN3 only

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BUZZCUT AT SUPPER CLUB

DELPHINE

30-31 May, 1 June 21:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [40mins]

18+ The Basement [UK] Glaswegian festival Buzzcut and The Basement’s staple night Supper Club collide to offer you a fantastic social evening of intriguing occurrences and unexpected encounters. www.thebasement.uk.com The Basement 472 G6 24 Kensington Street BN1 4AJ

4 May 20:00 £8 (£6 Under 25’s) [6hrs]

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15-19, 22-26, 29-31 May, 1-2 June 20:30 £37.50 (£25) [50mins]

Antidote Theatre [UK] Funny They all know what’s best for Delphine. And they’re not keeping it to themselves... Brains, brawn and that certain je ne sais quoi collide in Gregory Skulnick’s riotous new farce. www.antidotetheatre.webs.com Brighton Media Centre Studio 73 F8 Friese-Greene House BN1 1AL 22 May 16:15, 21, 23 May 19:15 £8 (£6) [1hr40mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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DESPERATELY SEEKING THE EXIT 16+ Funny KPS Productions Ltd [UK] Pete wrote a Blondie musical based on ‘Desperately Seeking Susan’. It opened in the West End...and closed a month later! The crazy-true tale of how it all went down. www.seekingtheexit.com Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

7, 14 May 20:15 £12 (£10) [1hr10mins]

BIANCO

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DIARY OF A WELSHCAKE 16+ Funny Ripley Theatre [WAL] Having toured the world, this comic tale of a Welshman who becomes an elephant in Hong Kong unpacks its trunk in Brighton. “Kill to get a Ticket” ***** (The Scotsman). Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

12, 19, 26-27 May, 2 June 19:00 £10 (£8) [50mins]

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DINNER Thrust [UK] Satire Paige has created a peculiarly dinner. Served by a silent waiter sourced from an obscure website, she opens her home to an artist, a scientist, a sexpot and a burglar. www.thrusttheatrecompany.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

6 May 14:00 8 May 19:30 10 May 18:00 £11 (£9.50) [1hr]

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DOING WHAT IT SAYS ON THE TIN 16+ Solo show Tom Dussek Ltd [UK] Rude? Unreliable? Infuriating? What you think of builders... or what builders think of you? A site-specific one-man tragicomedy by Tom Dussek about struggle, wisdom, dignity and swearing. Lots of swearing. www.tomdussek.co.uk Brighton & Hove Wood Recycling Project 6 H7 Circus Street BN2 9QF 7-11 May 19:00 £10 (£8) [1hr]

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END TO END The Gramophones Theatre Company [UK] 16+ 241 Funny Three women share the funny, heart-warming story of the unusual journey they made from Lands End to John O’Groats on as many varieties of transport as they possibly could. www.gramophonestheatre.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG 2 May 19:30 £11 (£9.50) [1hr20mins]

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LLL Productions [UK] Live music Movements for ‘electronically enhanced’ solo cello by Peter Copley. Live and recorded text by Mark Hewitt. Video by Abigail Norris. Exploring memory, mortality; the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves. www.leweslivelit.co.uk The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

27-28 May 21:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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FAILURE (OTHER OPPORTUNITIES FOR NON-LINEAR SUCCESS) Mary Pearson [UK]

16+

Funny

Fashion victim, aspiring pop diva, and chronic underachiever consumed by delusional fantasies of commercial success. A new solo performance bringing together visual absurdity with contemporary dance, comedy and social commentary. The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

22-24 May 19:15 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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FAULTY TOWERS THE DINING EXPERIENCE Interactive Theatre International [AU] Interactive Basil, Sybil and Manuel return, serving more madcap mayhem and a three-course meal in this internationally acclaimed, sell-out show. “Outstanding” (FringeReview) interactive comedy theatre that’s fresh every time. Booking essential. www.interactivetheatre.com.au Thistle Brighton Hotel 141 G8 King’s Road BN1 2GS

23, 26, 28-30 May, 2, 4-6, 9 June 20:00 £43.50 24-25, 31 May, 1, 7-8 June £49.50 20:00 25-26 May, 1-2, 8-9 June 13:00 £43.50 [2hrs] All tickets include a meal. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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Vamos [UK] Funny A comic, anarchic and touching full mask adventure. Joy is losing her memory: her rebellious grandson Danny decides to become her carer. Where will their playful bond lead them? www.vamostheatre.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

4 May 15:30 £8 (£6.50, £25 Family Ticket) [1hr50mins]

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FISH PIE 16+ Colossal Crumbs [UK] Devised A puppetry feast following the troubled tales of three lonely sea creatures - Cuthbert, Ludwig and Myrtle – all told within the setting of a 1920s silent film. www.colossalcrumbs.co.uk The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

29-31 May 19:15 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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FORWARDS AND BACKWARDS

Square Peg Theatre [UK] 241 Contemporary Told in fragments, the story is woven around Square Peg’s unique physical style. Moving forwards and backwards in time, the underlying tragedy of this broken love story is slowly revealed. www.squarepegtheatre.co.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

17-19 May 18:00 £8 (£6) [1hr]

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FRAGMENTS Nathan Human [UK] Storytelling Somewhere in an attic are toys and memories, and perhaps, for Nathan, himself. A story about losing things, building dens and a quest to save our imagination. www.nathanhuman.com The Dukebox Theatre 262 C7 3 Waterloo Street BN1 1AQ

11, 13-14 May 18:45 £5 [55mins]

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GATHER YE ROSEBUDS

Sandpit Arts [UK] 241 political When Medina invites Louise to her daughter’s circumcision party, the two are forced to confront the secrets that bind them together. A brave indictment of failures of the Arab Spring. www.sandpitarts.org The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

8-12 May 21:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [55mins]

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GET IT RIGHT! 16+ The Barking Cats! [UK] Performance art St John’s College presents a disability rights performance. The performance has been developed with the involvement and support of Mencap’s ‘Change Makers’ project. www.st-johns.co.uk St John’s College, Wolfson Theatre 23 K8 17 Walpole Road BN2 0AP

22-23 May 13:00 £2.50 (£2) [1hr]

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GRIMM TALES AND FUGEE Act Kids Theatre [UK] funny A vibrant retelling of the Brothers Grimms Tales and Fugee young asylum seekers in the UK fight to stay in control of their lives past, present and future. www.actbrighton.org Brighton and Hove High School 207 E6 Montpelier Road BN1 3AT

25-26 May 19:00 26 May 15:00 [1hr30mins]

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HANOVER THE MUSICAL

HOW A MAN CRUMBLED

16+ Hanover the Musical [UK] Musical theatre Last year’s smash hit, back by popular demand. A hilarious, tongue-in-cheek musical tribute to the Hanover area of Brighton, otherwise known as Muesli Mountain. www.treasonshow.co.uk/hanover Sabai Pavilion 104 G7 Victoria Gardens BN1 1UG

16+ Adaptation Clout Theatre [UK] Three scabrous storytellers let narrative escape them as metaphysical ponderings and senseless violence provide constant distraction. Inspired by Daniil Kharms. “A sheer pleasure” **** (The Scotsman) Winner: PhysicalFest Audience Award. The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

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25-27 May 19:15 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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HIGH VIS

18+ Monkeydog [UK] 241 Funny Quint’s in danger. He may not have long, come - quick! - learn the secrets of great traffic wardenry (and more). From the creator of The Trials of Harvey Matusow. www.facebook.com/pages/High-Vis/147265035431186 The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

9-12 May 21:00 £8 (£6) [1hr]

16+ 241 Funny Blenheim Productions [UK] The physical telling of a cautionary tale, exploring the struggle to exist in modern society and questioning whether it is necessary to murder when pushed to the very edge. www.blenheim.surrey.sch.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

28 May 18:00, 19:30, 21:00 £8.50 (£7) [1hr]

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HYSTORIA

HOLOCENE David Sheppeard Performs at Times [UK] 16+ Contemporary Reflections on eruptions, geological and emotional, in a world intent on destruction. The story of French volcanologists on the edge, collide with everyday anxieties in this new play. www.davidsheppeard.co.uk The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

18+ 241 Funny The Kali Collective [UK] Meet Jo, product of the ‘have it all’ generation. Get directly involved in the action, as we take a light-hearted look at what it means to be a woman in today’s society. Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

18-19 May 15:00 21-23 May 20:30 £9 (£7.50) [1hr15mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

14-15 May 21:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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HOMELESS IN HOMELAND

18+ 241 Spoken word Down Home [USA] Combining poetry, dance, and character monologue, Idana conveys a young Jewish-American woman’s struggle to understand her identity and the meaning of home through the lens of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. www.sariaidana.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

I LOOK: I DIVINE

16+ 241 LGBT Presented by Dermot McLaughlin [UK] “Once there were two brothers...” Mark Kydd, in his semiautobiographical solo show, tells an old tale from a unique and intriguing perspective. Created/Performed - Mark Kydd. Produced - Dermot McLaughlin. Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

21-24 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [1hr]

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27-29 May 19:30 £10 (£8.50) [1hr10mins]

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HONOR BLACKMAN AS HERSELF Honor Blackman [UK] solo show Honor Blackman has rarely appeared simply as herself. In this show she looks back over her beginnings, her family and her rise to stardom and sings her favourite songs. www.honorblackman.co.uk Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

IN CAPACITY HOUSE

16+ 241 LGBT Just an Act [UK] Miss Diagnosis recounts key moments in her life. Mother, father, boyfriends and siblings all come under the spotlight. www.justanact.co.uk Regency Tavern 82 E7 32-34 Russel Square BN1 2EF

2-4, 9-11, 16-18 May 19:30 £8.50 (£5.50) [1hr]

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11 May 15:15 £15 (£14) [1hr25mins]

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HOUSEMATES - THE SITCOM 16+ Trapped Wind Productions [UK] Funny Lived in a house share? Bemused by your fellow housemates? Hated the cleaning rota? Sit back and enjoy the daily bickering and sexual tension that stretches friendships to the limit. www.trappedwind.org.uk Hanover Community Centre 91 I6 33 Southover St BN2 9UD

17, 24, 31 May 20:00 £8 (£6) [2hrs]

IN EXTREMIS Kean Productions [UK] LGBT “Mr Wilde, why are you here?” 24th March 1895, Mrs Robinson, a palmist, agreed to see Oscar Wilde, just before the ‘trial of the century’. First presented at The National Theatre. www.inextremisplay.com The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

18, 30-31 May 19:30 19 May, 1-2 June 19:00 £10 (£8) [50mins]

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IN THE RED Broken Mirror [UK] Funny Leah owes Charlie. The Thwaites want their money back, Marigold is trying to pawn her socks and the Debt Collector is coming. Three stories, one decision. www.brokenmirror2013.tumbler.com Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

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29 May 19:00 30 May 17:30 £7 (£4) [1hr]

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IN YOUR DREAMS!

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by David Weedall - Second Impression Theatre [UK] 16+ Funny Ever wanted to change your life to the one you’ve dreamed of? One girl discovers how stressful it can be as dreams and reality merge - in this dark, mysterious comedy! www.secondimpression.org.uk The Lectern 340 J2 5 Pelham Terrace BN2 4AF

15-18 May 21:00 £8.50 (£7) [1hr10mins]

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


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Being There Productions - London/NY/Brighton 16+ Devised ‘The Rush of Improv - The Emotional Depth of Theatre’. A rare and raw theatrical hour - Journeying into the life of a story. www.beingthereproductions.com Studio 2 222 A6 20 Tisbury Road BN3 3BA 19, 23, 25 May 15:00.

16+ 241 Funny VG Lee [UK] Jean Bushell’s friends are getting older, still hoping for something more from their lives; a dance partner, rampant sex, guppies or a knitting pattern. But what does Jean want? www.vglee.co.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

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INTERNATIONAL STUD

LAUREL AND HARDY

16+ Brighton Rep Theatre [UK] The agonies of a New York drag queen looking for his International Stud but finding his Prince Charming is more King than Queen. www.brightonreptheatre.co.uk Brighton Rep Theatre at The Globe 291 F8 78 Middle Street BN1 1AL 2 June 12:00 £7 18 May 15:00 £7 8-9, 11, 16, 22, 24, 28, 31 May 19:00 £7 [1hr30mins]

Lucky Dog Theatre Productions [UK] funny The story of the lives and loves of the iconic comedy duo, told from the afterlife. Tom McGrath’s entertaining and endearing play will be toured by Lucky Dog this autumn. www.lucky-dog.eu Brighton Media Centre Studio 73 F8 Friese-Greene House BN1 1AL

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LEFT OR RIGHT?

18-25 May 21:00 £9 (£7) [1hr]

17-19 May 19:45 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

13-19 May 18:00 £10 (£8) [1hr]

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JANE AUSTEN’S ‘NORTHANGER ABBEY’

Box Tale Soup [UK] 241 Puppetry “I was completely mesmerised by this enchanting production” (Joanna Lumley). Step into a world of beautiful paper puppets and Gothic romance, bringing out every last drop of Austen’s humour. www.boxtalesoup.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

DMU Performing Arts Company [UK] 241 Contemporary Left or Right? DMU Performing Arts Company invite you to a musical extravaganza built on random choices made by the audience. No event will be the same. (So see it twice!) Brighton Unitarian Church 39 G7 New Road BN1 1UF

30 May 19:00 £5 (£4) [1hr30mins]

Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

11-12 May, 1-2 June 13:00 £9.50 (£8) [1hr15mins]

31 May 17:00, 20:00 £5 (£4) [1hr30mins]

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JERRY AND TOM

LET’S GET ANGRY: AN ADOLESCENT EXPERIENCE

16+ funny Quids In Theatre Company [UK] Jerry and Tom are both professionals. They’re hit men. But just because your job is death, doesn’t mean it isn’t just as much about life in this horrific dark comedy. www.quidsintheatrecompany.com Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

16+ 241 Physical theatre Portmanteau [UK] ‘Let’s Get Angry’ is an immersive performance that invites the audience to step into the world of a teenager, remember their adolescence, and watch as timeless teenage lives unfold. www.portmanteauperformance.tumblr.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

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27-29 May 18:05 £5 (£3) [50mins]

12, 19 May 15:30 £9 (£7.50) [45mins]

JOURNEY TO KARAWANE 16+ Absurdist Jamhed Theatre [UK] A King and his horse journey toward Karawane in the belief that it will offer them hope, redemption and strawberries. Anarchic narrative that lies in between theatre and comedy. www.jamhedtheatre.co.uk Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

11-12 May 18:00 Free, ticketed [1hr]

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KIKI LOVECHILD’S THE WEATHERMAN

Kiki Lovechild [UK] 241 Clown Physical comedy, mime and illusion from the clown who makes it rain from his fingertips. Join Kiki as he creates new worlds from his imagination. “Inventive, endearing and funny” (ThisisCabaret.com) www.kikilovechild.co.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

30-31 May, 1 June 21:15 £7 (£5) [1hr]

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KILLERS BY GLENN CHANDLER 16+ site-specific Boys of the Empire Productions [UK] Ian Brady. Dennis Nilsen. Peter Sutcliffe. The three most notorious serial murderers in Britain. Adapted from their actual prison correspondence, Killers brings you face to face with your worst nightmares. www.boteproductions.co.uk Old Police Cells Museum 199 G8 Brighton Town Hall BN1 1JA

28-31 May, 1 June 16:00, 19:00 £10 [1hr]

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KRAPP’S LAST TAPE Pint and Play Productions [UK] Award-winning Argus Angel [2012] Samuel Beckett’s masterpiece. “Maybe my best years are gone ...but I wouldnt want them back. Not with the fire in me now”. The Lectern 340 J2 5 Pelham Terrace BN2 4AF

19, 26 May 20:00 £10 (£8) [1hr]

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

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What’s On?

“A new force to be reckoned with in Brighton and beyond.” The Independent

Mixes up Lynch’s surrealism, Exploring the Israel-Palestine Beckett’s infuriation with language conflict through the eyes of a and the deadpan of Keaton. Jewish-American woman, combining poetry, dance and text. (Public Reviews)

Scallywags

Remixes our most familiar wartime stereotypes into a fresh, entertaining and ultimately moving play. (Fringe Guru)

At The Warren

The Story of Shakey P

A lyrical brew of the Bard and hiphop. “The best English lesson you never had.” (The Scotsman)

12/25/26/27 2.30pm

Th ea tr e

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12/19 May 5pm

At The Warren

The Fantasist

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At Upstairs at Three and Ten

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Let’s Get Angry: An Adolescent Experience Step into the world of a teenager with absorbing spoken word & dance theatre.

12/19 May, 3.30pm

At Upstairs at Three and Ten

Well-behaved Women Rarely Make History

Insightful solo show exploring the lives of Marilyn Monroe, Aileen Wuornos and Mo Mowlan.

At The Warren

Transit

An adventurous, physical performance from this Swiss company, making their Brighton Fringe debut.

22/23 May 7pm

17/18/19 May, 1pm

At Upstairs at Three and Ten

Chris Fitchew Just Jack

The News at Kate

14/15/16 May, 8.30pm

11/18 May 01 June, 10pm

(The Skinny, Scotsgay, Edinburgh guide, “Your ribs are sure to ache” (The List) Fringe Review, Brilliantly hap-hazardous characters Public Reviews). & sharp wit from this “gifted 15 May 7.45pm comedian.” (Evening Standard)

1/2 June 5.45pm

6/7/8 May, 7pm

Th ea tr e

S po ke n

Th ea tr e

At The Warren

Watch reality merge and unravel in this funny and moving battle for the truth.

27/28/29 May, 7.30pm W or d

09/10/11 May 7pm

Belvedere

At The Warren

Th ea tr e

Homeless in Homeland

At Upstairs at Three and Ten

C om ed y

A Little Nonsense

At The Warren

Slick, charismatic stand-up. “A powerhouse of observational wit.” (The Spectator)

K id s

At Upstairs at Three and Ten

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For the best in theatre, comedy, cabaret, music and kids’ entertainment, there is only one place to go!

At The Warren

Bringing Down the Moon

A heart-warming tale of aspiration, friendship and adventure “Children, on their feet and dancing, are delighted.” (The Stage)

4-6 May (12noon), 7-8 May 4pm

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16+ 241 LGBT Bath Street Productions [UK] When any relationship ends, someone must make a decision; to stay or to go? Only death removes the choice. Or does it? Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

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3-5 May 19:00 £9 (£7.50) 30 April 19:30 £7 [1hr]

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LITTLE JOE’S CAUTIONARY TALES Reigate Grammar School Puppet Theatre Company [UK] Puppetry Little Joe is just a normal little boy, but Joe’s imagination is a wonderbubbly, mysteryfuddlifying creative machine! Join Joe, as he shares some of his most scarylumptious, squeamylicious tales. www.rgsdrama.net Jubilee Library 96 G7 Jubilee Street BN1 1GE

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09 MAY

the day the fairy dust landed

13 MAY

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12, 19 May 18:45 £9 (£7.50) [1hr45mins]

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16+ The Stuff of Dreams Theatre Company [UK] 241 The little theatre company with big dreams presents a new irreverent production of the famous Red Barn Murder. Thoughtprovoking and original, an unmissable, alternative version of Maria’s untimely demise. www.stuffofdreamstheatrecompany.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

LYRICS TO LIFE 16+ Rosy Heights Productions [UK] Spoken word Lyrics to life is a journey into lyrical imagination. Be amazed as some of your favourite, and possibly worst, song lyrics take shape in a series of surprising sketches! Moksha Caffe 265 H6 4-5 York Place BN1 4GU

9-11 May 19:30 £5 [2hrs]

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MAGGOT

18+ 241 Horror Old Saw Theatre [USA] The Officials checked my blood. My DNA. My genetics. Something had gone wrong. They examine him. Watch him. Cut him. He bleeds like me. But he is not like me. www.oldsaw.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

4-6 May 15:00 7-9 May 20:30 £9.50 (£8) [50mins]

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MISS GIVINGS A’Nother Productions [UK] Live music A new one-woman play with music about a year in the life of a musical superstar-to-be. Songs by American legends Barber, Beach, Bernstein, Copland and the Gershwins. www.housetheatre.org.uk/productions/miss-givings The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

7, 14, 21, 28 May 19:15 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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16+ 241 Devised Supply & Demand [UK] The world said no. The Iraq war still went ahead. Could we have done anything differently? Inventive, bold and multidisciplinary, characters find surprising ways of re-thinking the art of protest. www.supplyanddemandperformance.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG 14 May 18:00 £6 27-28 May 21:00 £8 (£6.50) [45mins]

ACT Kids Theatre [UK] funny Multiplex shines a light on the shadowy existence of the ushers. A humorous fantasy of what lies in the parallel world beneath the candy-coloured foyers of a multiplex cinema. www.actbrighton.org The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

13 May 20:00 £8.50 (£6.50) 30-31 May 17:00 [1hr]

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16+ 241 Contemporary Ursa Maior Teatro [IT] Marcel is a performance of rebel monkeys, dictators and double faced lyric singers. Inspired by Duchamp and Baum’s ‘The Wizard of Oz’. www.umteatro.it The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

9-10 May 19:30 £11 (£9.50) [1hr]

Brighton Beam Productions [UK] Jazz A moving story exploring the enigmatic relationship between Billie Holiday and saxophonist Lester Young told through some of their own words and the beautiful songs they chose to record together. www.mariamcateer.com/myfriendlester The Dukebox Theatre 262 C7 3 Waterloo Street BN1 1AQ

5, 19, 26 May, 2 June 17:00 £8 12 May 18:00 £8 [1hr15mins]

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China Plate Presents Caroline Horton and Company [UK] Physical theatre Josephine is putting on a play, Boris and Sistahl help. It’s about anorexia. But don’t let that put you off. A new play with songs from the award-winning Caroline Horton. www.carolinehorton.net The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

16+ LGBT Paul Shaw [UK] Set in a theatre in the West End of London in 1958 this classic Neil Bartlett/Nicholas Bloomfield music drama explores a shadow world of characters at once familiar and alien. www.pinkfringe.org.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

4-5 May 19:15 £10 (£8) [1hr]

31 May, 1 June 19:45 £10 (£9) [1hr]

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ON THE BEACH BY JOHN OSBORNE Show and Tell [UK] Storytelling Creator of Radio 4’s ‘John Peel’s Shed’ and ‘The Newsagent’s Window’ presents a show documenting an hour on the beach he spent one lunchtime. ***** (The Independent) ***** (The Scotsman). www.showandtelluk.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

10 May 18:00 11 May 14:00 £9.50 (£7.50) [50mins]

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ONLY IN BRIGHTON...

Only in Brighton [UK] 241 Walk What makes Brighton unique? A fact-filled and tongue-in-cheek walk celebrating all that’s peculiar to Brighton.*****”thoughtful & captivating” (Love Fringe) ****”funny, entertaining & wellinformed” (Latest 7) www.onlyinbrighton.co.uk MEET: Outside Al Duomo 22 G8 Al Duomo Restaurant BN1 1EE 2-5, 9-12, 16-19, 23-26, 31 May, 1-2 June 19:00

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OPERATION: LOVE STORY Jennifer Williams [UK] Solo show Everything in this show is true. It’s important to say that upfront. The story starts in a big city full of big buildings... www.jenniferhw.tumblr.com The Dukebox Theatre 262 C7 3 Waterloo Street BN1 1AQ 12 May 16:30, 9-11 May 20:00 £8 (£6) [1hr] 8pm shows 18+ 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

PERSUADED 16+ Must Not Drink Champagne [UK] Adaptation A modern take on Jane Austen’s ‘Persuasion’. A choice between love and duty in a gripping romantic drama that keeps you intrigued until the end. Will Sam follow her heart? Ralli Hall 180 A4 81 Denmark Villas BN3 3TH

12, 19 May 19:00 £9 (£8) [2hrs15mins]

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NO EXIT New Venture Theatre [UK] Theatrical Set in hell, three characters come together in a way that shows their indispensability to one another: they become inextricably involved in each other’s stories. “Hell is other people”.www.newventure.org.uk New Venture Theatre 140 D7 Bedford Place BN1 2PT 5, 12 May 14:30. 4, 7-11, 14-18 May 19:45 £10 [1hr30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

NO MAN’S LAND Brighton Little Theatre [UK] Theatrical Two men in a room. Do they know each other or do they inhabit that no man’s land between time present and time remembered, between reality and imagination? www.brightonlittletheatre.com Brighton Little Theatre 34 E7 Studio Theatre BN1 2EG 20-25 May 19:45, 25 May 14:30 £7.50 (£6.50) [2hrs30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

NYLONS Jump Through Hoops Theatre [UK] Funny War Torn London. The Blitz. An American Airman and East End Girl. Add a cynical, possessive mother and you have a bittersweet Drama that promises to make you smile. www.jumpthroughhoopstheatre.co.uk Brighton Rep Theatre at The Globe 291 F8 78 Middle Street BN1 1AL

12-13, 19-20, 26-27 May 19:30 £8 (£6.50) [1hr]

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OFF TRACK’S BLUE REMEMBERED HILLS Off Track Theatre Productions [UK] 16+ contemporary Contemporary theatre performance by young Brighton based company. The Estrade @ First Church of Christ, Scientist 305 D7 97 Montpelier Road BN1 3BE

9-11 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs30mins]

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Paperfeet Theatre [UK] 241 Physical theatre If your bed could talk, what stories would it tell?... www.paperfeettheatre.co.uk The Brunswick 211 B7 3 Holland Road BN3 1JF

6-11 May 19:00 8-11 May 21:00 10 May 16:00 11-12 May 15:00 12 May 18:00 12 May 20:00 £7 (£5) [1hr]

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PINT DREAMS 18+ Puppetry Tin Box Theatre [UK] Maggie, a perpetual wanderer, has stopped off in a Brighton pub. Join her for a drink, some hearty food and a chance to hear stories that have shaped her journey. www.tinboxtheatre.co.uk Seven Stars 421 F8 27 Ship Street BN1 1AD

30 May - 2 June 13:00, 14:00, 15:00, 18:00, 19:00 £3 [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

POE Six Lips Theatre [UK] Adaptation Set in a belfry amidst the clock cogs and cobwebs, William keeps the time in solitude but on each foreboding chime of the clock a new visitor appears. www.sixlips.co.uk St Andrews (The Church by the Sea) 198 C7 Waterloo Street BN3 1AQ 18, 25 May 13:00

17-21, 24-28 May 17:00 £8 (£6) [1hr20mins]

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POET 16+ Raving Mad Theatre [UK] storytelling A tour de force performance from the one-man Raving Mad Theatre bringing to life the poetry, literature, love, despair, humour and idealism of the troubled genius Edgar Allan Poe. Hilton Metropole Hotel 50 E8 BN1 2FU

28-31 May, 1 June 20:00 £7 (£5) [1hr30mins]

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PORNOGRAPHY BY SIMON STEPHENS Thrust [UK] Political July 2005. The G8 summit, Live8, the Olympic bid. London is alive, and the eyes of the world are focused on the city. Then, devastation. www.thrusttheatrecompany.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

7 May 19:30 9 May 18:00 11 May 16:00 £11 (£9.50) [1hr]

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PRIDE AND PREJUDICE Such Stuff Theatre Company [UK] Classical Mr and Mrs Bennet desperately seek husbands for their daughters, and their luck looks to be turning with arrival of the handsome and eligible Mr Bingley and Mr Darcy. www.wearesuchstuff.com The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

26 May, 1 June 20:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs]

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PUDDLES

Fat Git Theatre [UK] 241 Devised Thelma and Louise work side-by-side in a call centre, submerged in boredom, until a crossed wire and a long shift reveal two insatiable, inventive and bizarre imaginations. www.fatgittheatre.co.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE 27, 31 May 17:00, 29 May 20:30,

30 May 20:30 £8.50 (£7) [45mins]

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PYGMALION

The Barefoot Players [UK] 241 Adaptation George Bernard Shaw’s most popular play is re-imagined in the image-conscious modern world of fashion and celebrity. A fast-paced satire of society, snobbery and appearance over substance. www.barefootplayers.co.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

6-8 June 19:30 8 June 14:30 £8.50 (£6.50) [2hrs30mins]

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RETURN TO VENICE

16+ ST Enterprises [UK] 241 classical The boy who inspired an iconic masterpiece returns to Venice as a grown man to unravel the mystery behind that chance encounter. A homage to Thomas Mann and Luchino Visconti. www.ReturnToVenice.co.uk Purple Playhouse 172 D4 36 Montefiore Road BN3 6EP 5, 8-12, 15-19, 22-26, 29-31 May 17:00 £10 (£8) 7-9, 14-16, 31 May 20:00 £10 (£8)

4, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25 May, 1 June 20:00 £12.50 (£8) 1-2 June 17:00 £12.50 (£8) 21-23, 28-30 May 20:00 £10 [2hrs5mins]

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ROAD BY JIM CARTWRIGHT Brighton Theatre Collective [UK] 16+ Contemporary In the course of one wild night, drunken guide Scullery conducts a tour of his Road. A surreal vision of the contemporary urban landscape - uncomfortable, magical, funny and bitter. www.brightontheatrecollective.org/about.html Academy of Creative Training 260 H9 8-10 Rock Place BN2 1PF

11, 18, 25 May, 1 June 14:00 £9.50 (£7.50) 12, 19, 26 May 17:00 £9.50 (£7.50) 3-4, 7-11, 15-18, 22-25, 29-31 May, 1 June 19:30 £9.50 (£7.50) [2hrs30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

ROMEO AND ROSALINE 16+ Fentiman, led by Sharon Jennings [UK] Funny We all know about Romeo and Juliet, but whatever happened to Romeo’s first love? In this new play, described as “full of wit and intelligence”, Fentiman tells us. Brighton Media Centre Gallery 73 F8 Friese-Greene House BN1 1AL 6, 20, 22 May 19:30. 8-9 May 14:30 £8.50 (£5) [2hrs]

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Mahri Reilly Curveball Collective Scotland Inviting children and their families to join us on this magical adventure of storytelling, puppetry and physical theatre as we journey through this adaptation of the timeless Grimms fairy tale. Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

16+ TrailBlaze theatre company [UK] Interactive Brighton is calling with its gutters full of glitter and drunken deeds strewn across the streets. Slip on someone else’s shoes and chase the clues that lead your story. www.trailblazetheatre.co.uk The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31 May, 2 June

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SOOP [UK] 241 Funny 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 The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

12, 19 May 17:00 £10 (£8.50) [1hr15mins]

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17:30, 19:00, 20:30 £6 (£5) [1hr]

SPEAKERS’ CORNER: A PLATFORM FOR YOU Red Herring Productions [UK] Outdoors Giving a voice to the political, the contentious, the eccentric, the wonderful, the irritating, the heretical, the unwelcome and provocative To take part, speaking for 5-10 mins, please contact: admin@redherringproductions.co.uk www.redherringproductions.co.uk New Road 303 G7 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

25 May 12:00 Free, non-ticketed [5hrs]

SHADOWS ON THE WALL

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16+ Devised Re:Conception Theatre [UK] A ruler reflects upon his rise to power, whilst his aides conspire to take it from him. Power comes at a price, but who is willing to pay it? www.reconceptiontheatre.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

1-2 June 16:00 15 May 18:00 £9 (£7.50) [1hr]

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SHELF LIFE: MODERN HOME MANAGEMENT

Lotta Quizeen [UK] 241 Funny Perfect desserts and consummate canapés! Mrs Lotta Quizeen utilises a rich but practical diet of the responsibilities, realities and rituals of domesticity to entertain, educate and amuse you. www.lottaquizeen.biz Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

9-12 May 18:00 £7 (£6) [1hr]

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STAND UP, WOMAN A Drunken Sailor [UK] Funny “Julia Munrow’s comedy drama about a woman who tries stand-up in an attempt to stand up for herself is a funny and engaging piece”(ThreeWeeks). Past praise: “Hilarious” (The Guardian). www.juliamunrow.com Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant 247 F7 12 North Street BN1 3GJ

10-12 May 16:30 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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STELLA Take the Space [UK] science A story of time and space: two women astronomers, from different centuries, look up at the same night sky and find themselves colliding in their search for understanding. UK premiere. www.theoldmarket.com/stella2013 The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS

29-30 May 20:00 £12 (£10) [1hr30mins]

SHIT-FACED SHAKESPEARE 16+ improv Magnificent Bastard Productions [UK] An entirely serious Shakespeare play with an entirely shitfaced actor. The legendary Magnificent Bastard Productions stagger down to Brighton Fringe with the most raucous Shakespearian performance you’ll ever witness! www.magnificentbastard.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

4 May 19:30 £12 6, 8-9 May 21:00 £10 (£8.50, £7.50 4 for the price of 3) 10 May 21:00 £12 5 May 21:00 £12 (£10.50) 7 May 21:00 £12 (£6 2 for 1) [1hr]

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STEVEN BERKOFF’S ‘EAST’

16+ 241 Funny byMoonLight Theatre [UK] byMoonlight’s award-winning production of ‘East’ offers the audience, should they dare to take it, a hilarious, heartfelt and uncensored insight into the cut-throat violence and uncertainty of London’s East End. www.bymoonlighttheatre.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

6 May 19:15 £10 (£8.50) [1hr20mins]

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STUPERSTITION

SMALL WORLD 16+ Brighton Rep Theatre [UK] Sex, wine, politics and dogging... just an ordinary night out in a Brighton bar. A comedy about coincidence, frustration and letting yourself go. www.brightonreptheatre.co.uk Brighton Rep Theatre at The Globe 291 F8 78 Middle Street BN1 1AL

11 May, 2 June 15:00 6-7, 15, 17, 21, 25, 29 May, 1 June 19:00 £7 [1hr30mins] 20% off food & drink at venue for ticket holders. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

SOLDIERS’ WIVES BY SARAH DANIELS 16+ tragedy Richard Darbourne [UK] Sarah Daniels’ gripping one-woman drama about five wives waiting for their men to return unharmed from Afghanistan. Starring Catherine Shipton - better known as DUFFY in BBC’s Casualty. The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

18-19 May 21:00 £12 (£10) [1hr]

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National Arts Festival and DL Productions [SA] An entertaining look at superstitious and magical thinking. Stuperstition is filled with impossible feats and thought-provoking demonstrations from a multi-award winning South African sleight of hand artist and illusionist. www.stuartlightbody.co.za Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

14-15 May 21:15 17-18, 23-25 May 22:30 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

TALES OF THE TOMBOLA Box Tracy Theatre Dance Company [UK] 16+ Contemporary Nixx and Val have built a unique friendship, Tales Of The Tombola shares with you the tragic, hilarious, and crude moments that brought them together. www.boxtracytheatredancecompany.co.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

4-6 May 16:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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TERRY ARKWRIGHT: THE DARK HELMET SPEAKS 16+ Funny Les Hull [UK] Superhero? Vigilante? Decorator? Terry Arkwright reveals the man behind the helmet during a podcast recorded live for the Marlborough audience in a break from protecting the mean streets of Sussex. Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

7-8 May 19:30 £8.50 (£6.50) [40mins]

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16+ Contemporary Snuff Box Theatre [UK] April 23rd, 1967. The Space Race is almost over. The USSR has all but lost. Soyuz 1, piloted by Vladimir Komarov is the USSR’s attempt to stay in the running. www.snuffboxtheatre.co.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

6 May 21:00 £8.50 28 May 19:30 (£6.50) [1hr]

Theatre Témoin [USA/FR/CA] 241 Puppetry A seductive stranger opens a fantastical world to a tormented woman, but everything comes at a price. Puppetry and physical theatre collide in this stunning exploration of bipolar disorder. www.theatretemoin.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

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15 May 19:45 £10 (£8.50, £7 Student) 1-2 June 17:45 £11 (£9.50) [1hr]

THE BIG BITE-SIZE BREAKFAST

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White Room Theatre & Bite-Size Plays [UK] family 5***** Award-winning’The Big Bite-Size Breakfast’- Exciting ‘Menus’ of Playlets (Plan: Co. Website). Childrens’ Plays + Half Term Workshops. Plus Drink & Croissant. Theatre Royal + Latest Music Bar. www.bite-size.org.uk/fringe-showplan Theatre Royal Brighton 35 G7 New Road BN1 1SD

4, 9-11, 16-18, 23-25, 28-31 May, 1 June 10:15 £12.50 (£9.50) 9-11, 16-18, 23-25 May 11:30 £12.50 (£9.50) [1hr] 30-31 May, 1 June 11:30 £20 [1hr30mins] Latest Music Bar 95 H8 14-17 Manchester St BN2 1TF

5, 12, 19, 26 May 11:00 £12.50 (£9.50) [1hr]

THE FRINGE @ CITY COLLEGE City College Performing Arts [UK] Theatrical Theatre and street dance festival within a festival performed by students from City College Performing Arts. See posters and Facebook for full details. www.facebook.com/TheFringeAtCityCollege City College Brighton and Hove 385 G6 Pelham Street BN14FA

16, 29-30 May, 6 June 19:00 £3 [2hrs]

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THE GIRL WITH NO HEART

THE BOY FRIEND Brighton Little Theatre Company Lite [UK] Musical theatre It’s the roaring 1920s. Heiress Polly loves Tony, a delivery boy. Things get complicated - but a happy ending is in store in this merry musical! www.brightonlittletheatre.com Brighton Little Theatre 34 E7 Studio Theatre BN1 2EG

Sparkle and Dark’s Travelling Players [UK] 241 Puppetry A stark, yet beautiful fable about the power of a child’s heart in a fragile paper world ravaged by war. Award-winning Sparkle and Dark present puppetry, music and shadowplay. www.sparkleanddark.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

11-18 May 19:45 12, 18 May 14:30 £10 (£9) [2hrs30mins]

5-6 May 15:30 £8 (£6.50, £25 Family Ticket) [1hr15mins]

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THE COW PLAY

THE GIRL WITH THE IRON CLAWS

25-27 May 17:45 £11 (£9.50) [1hr20mins]

The Wrong Crowd [UK] Puppetry Growing up isn’t easy, especially when you’re in love with a bear. Enchanting, dark, coming-of-age fairytale, fusing puppetry, music and storytelling for old and young. “Theatrical magic” (Guardian) ****. www.wrongcrowdtheatre.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

16+ 241 Funny Smoke and Oakum Theatre [UK] Owen and Holly’s relationship is ending. There are many reasons for this - Holly is ill; Owen’s friend Thom disapproves - but most of all, Holly is turning into a cow. www.warrenvenue.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

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21 May 19:30 £12 (£10) [1hr]

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THE DAY THE FAIRY DUST LANDED Tony Haase [UK] Film A live, animated, psychedelic disaster movie, written and performed by artist and comedian Tony Haase. Tony’s uniquely innovative style of cinematic-theatre blends projected cartoons and storytelling. Director: Suzanne Hutchinson. www.theoldmarket.com/the-day-the-fairy-dust-landed The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS

13 May 20:00 £12 (£10) [2hrs30mins]

THE GOD PARTICLE Nicely, Thank You [UK] Funny A scientist and a vicar walk into a bar... joining forces to solve a perplexing mystery, they stumble on faith, knowledge, love and the importance of keeping an open mind. www.thegodparticleplay.com The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

30-31 May 21:00 £8 (£7) [1hr10mins]

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THE DOOR

16+ 241 Horror 8fold theatre [UK] There’s this door! you have to promise me you’ll never open it, no matter what. Promise me! John’s future looks bleak, but his problems have only just begun! www.8foldtheatre.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

30-31 May 19:15 £10 (£8.50) [1hr30mins]

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THE DRESS CIRCLE BY LAURIE GRAHAM 16+ Funny Beyond Theatre [UK] Laurie Graham adapts her popular novel into a funny and moving theatrical experience.Barbara discovers her family include a transvestite husband and a granddaughter with leukaemia. Directed by Pam Redrup. www.beyondtheatre.org The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

9-12 May 19:00 £9 (£7) [1hr15mins]

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A cult novel by Charles Webb, a classic film starring Dustin Hoffman, now Benjamin’s disastrous sexual odyssey is brought to life in this stage adaptation directed by Rikki Tarascas. Come dressed for Benjamin’s Graduation Party. Meet his family and friend. www.tanglehead.co.uk Clarendon Centre 151 G5 47 New England St BN1 4GQ

17-18, 24-25, 29-31 May, 1 June 19:30 £14 (£12) [3hrs]

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THE GREAT I AM

Audley Productions [UK] 241 adaptation The Great I Am will show two newly written plays, following on from each other. Both plays look at lost love, divided loyalties and the consequences of war. www.audleyandco.simplesite.com The Dukebox Theatre 262 C7 3 Waterloo Street BN1 1AQ

5, 12, 19, 26 May 14:45 8, 15, 22, 29 May 18:15 £8 (£6) [1hr30mins]

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Peter Farr [UK] 241 Solo show Peter recounts his eventful African past, weaving a web of wonder around the audience. A blend of powerful thoughtprovoking storytelling with a fusion of images, sound and music. www.peterfarrpoet.co.uk Brighton Media Centre Studio 73 F8 Friese-Greene House BN1 1AL 19 April, 14-15 May 19:45 20 April, 18-19 May 14:30

£7 (£5, £4 Children up to 16) [50mins]

THE MODERNISTS BY JEFF NOON Tanglehead Productions directed by Rikki Tarascas [UK] Physical theatre Fuelled by amphetamines, fast music, style and motor scooters, The Modernists is a non-stop ride with the Mods. www.tanglehead.co.uk Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

22 May, 2 June 19:30 £14 (£12, £10 Group Bookings for educational trips ) [3hrs]

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THE IDEALIST Odd Stumble [UK] Absurdist Absurdist play about dictatorship, oppression and the truth about dolphins... An idealist, Antti Penttinen, sets off for the big city to pursue his dream of changing the world through song. www.oddstumble.org Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

4-5 May 21:00 £8 (£6) [1hr]

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Le Mot Juste [UK] 241 physical theatre Gogol’s bittersweet tale is re-imagined as high-octane physical theatre with live musical accompaniment by popular newcomers Le Mot Juste. An unmissable celebration of a classic story. ***** (Fringe Review) www.lemotjustetheatre.com The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

16-19 May 17:30 £8 (£7) [1hr]

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THE IMMIGRANT DIARIES 18+ storytelling Sameena Zehra [UK] Funny, poignant, ridiculous and sublime; the stories from people who choose to live and work on this marvellously mongrel island... a different line up every night. www.sameenazehra.com Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin 259 G5 31 York Place BN1 4GU

4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26 May, 1-2 June 16:45 £5 [1hr]

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THE PARDONER’S TALE

byMoonlight Theatre [UK] 241 Mime Remaining faithful to the text, byMoonlight Theatre release the themes and comedy of Chaucer’s The Pardoner’s Tale with their renowned and award-winning blend of Total Theatre, play, mime and music. www.bymoonlighttheatre.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG The Warren 10 May 19:45 11-12 May 16:00 £9.50 (£8) [1hr] The Burrow @ The Warren 31 May 19:45

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

1-2 June 16:00 £9.50 (£8) [1hr]

16+ Something Witty [UK] Site-specific Join Lady Bracknell for a Wilde afternoon of tea, cake and cucumber sandwiches (included) at The Grand Hotel. Argus Angel winning Something Witty return with their sell-out smash hit comedy. www.somewittytheatre.co.uk The Grand Hotel 306 E8 97-99 Kings Road BN1 2FW

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26-28 April, 3-4, 6, 10-12, 18-19, 25-27, 31 May, 1-2 June 13:45, 16:30 £30 [1hr45mins]

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THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, 1936 POLiTiKER Productions [UK] Funny NEW Art Deco twist on Wilde’s High Victorian play. Join us for tea and cucumber sandwiches in the age of louche living. Lady Bracknell is appalled, the old Nazi... www.politikerproductions.com Metrodeco 465 I9 38 Upper St James’s Street BN2 1JN

7-10, 14-18 May 19:30 £10 [2hrs] 11 May 19:00 £18

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THE REVENGE FANTASY CLUB 16+ Site-specific MCH Productions [UK] Two women meet in a café. But as their conversation turns spicier, we realise there’s more to these ladies than lunching. A play in real time. Pre-performance bites from 6.30. www.mchblank.co.uk Metrodeco 465 I9 38 Upper St James’s Street BN2 1JN 4-5 May 19:30 £10 [1hr] Mange Tout 81 G6 81 Trafalgar street BN1 4EB

6-8 May 19:30 £10 [1hr]

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THE RUFFIAN ON THE STAIR

16+ 241 Funny 3:1 Theatre Company [UK] New theatre company 3:1 present an interpretation of Joe Orton’s debut play. Featuring murder, harassment, crime, and a provocative twist, this is a dark, intriguing, and unpredictable comedy. The Dukebox Theatre 262 C7 3 Waterloo Street BN1 1AQ

23, 25-26 May 18:45 £7 (£5) [1hr]

THE LIFE & ADVENTURES OF BILLY THE KID Livestock [UK] Absurdist Many mysteries remain about Billy the Kid - now the truth is told by his friends Chevron Malaise (aged 154) & Acapulco Beans (aged 146). (Rex Horan & Chris Johnston) www.livestock.org.uk The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

21-22 May 21:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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THE SECRET GARDEN Fight or Flight Productions [UK] 16+ Physical theatre A lone manor, a banished son, a world locked away by a haunted man. Mary’s hands clutch at the key. Dark adaptation of ‘The Secret Garden’ by Frances Hodgson Burnett. www.fightorflightproductions.co.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

THE MATERNAL INSTINCT (BY MONICA BAUER)

14-16 May 19:30 £8 (£6) [1hr]

Atomic Force Productions/The Dukebox Theatre [UK] 18+ LGBT Sarah wants a baby. Lilian doesn’t. What causes the maternal instinct? Can it be removed, or remain dormant? This couple have life-changing decisions to make. “Theatre at its best” (nytheatre.com). www.atomicforce.co.uk The Dukebox Theatre 262 C7 3 Waterloo Street BN1 1AQ

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9-30 May 20:00 31 May, 1 June 19:30 £8 (£6) [1hr30mins]

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THE SEXUAL AWAKENING OF PETER MAYO Northbrook Theatre [UK] Devised The Sexual Awakening of Peter Mayo is a comical look at the rules and rituals that govern the lives of people who use the internet to find anonymous sex. www.northbrook.ac.uk/theatre Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

29 May 17:30 30 May 19:00 £7 (£4) [1hr]

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Solo show Something Underground [UK] The Prince Regent awaits his crown. Bored, he inadvertently allows his and the deep Brighton underworld to intermingle. Award-winning writer (Best Play, Fringe 2012). Awardnominated performer. Prequels ‘The Well’. Discounts. www.jonathan-brown.co.uk Hove Town Hall (3Phase) 315 A6 Norton Road BN3 4AH

Fentiman - led by Sharon Jennings [UK] 16+ Historical A tense encounter between a prisoner and his strange visitor, set in the English Reformation in which “The credibility of the conversation does not falter once” (Jeremy Malies). Brighton Media Centre Gallery 73 F8 Friese-Greene House BN1 1AL

10, 12 May 19:00 11 May 21:30 15-17, 22-24 May 18:30 £10 (£8) £20 for all 3 ‘Something Underground Theatre Company’ shows. [1hr30mins]

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THE SLEEPING TREES ODYSSEY Sleeping Trees [UK] Adaptation The Sleeping Trees Odyssey follows Odysseus on his epic (or 50 minute) journey back from the war at Troy. Will he make it back alive?... Probably. www.sleepingtreestheatre.co.uk Marlborough Theatre 110 H8 4 Princes St BN2 1RD

2-3 May 21:15 £8 (£6) [1hr]

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7-9, 21 May 19:30 £8.50 (£5) [1hr15mins]

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THE WELL Something Underground Theatre Co. [UK] Physical theatre Brighton boasts the world’s deepest hand-dug well. What dark forces dug it? What forces poured from its depths? Victorian thriller for our time. Award-winning Company, Best New Play, Fringe 2012. www.jonathan-brown.co.uk Hove Town Hall (3Phase) 315 A6 Norton Road BN3 4AH

10 May 21:00 11 May 19:00 12 May 15:00 15-17, 22-24 May 20:30 £10 (£8) £20 for all 3 ‘Something Underground Theatre Company’ shows. [2hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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THE SUGAR AND HONEY COOK-ALONG!

16+ 241 Funny Sugar and Honey [UK] Sugar and Honey are a delectable duo with a mission to help us reclaim the kitchen! Prepare as the pair delve into a delicious recipe for disaster! Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

4-6 May 13:30 £8.50 (£7) [40mins]

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THE WORDCATCHER

Smoking Apples [UK] 241 Puppetry Two people meet, nothing extraordinary yet, except she can’t speak and he can’t read but through chance, miscommunication and the help of coincidence, two people meeting becomes extraordinary. www.smokingapplestheatre.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG Show: 25-27 May 14:00 £10 (£8.50, £30 Family Ticket) [50mins] Workshop: 28 May 14:00 £20 (£17.50) [2hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

THIS TIME NEXT YEAR

THE SUN THAT CASTS NO SHADOWS 16+ The Brighton Laboratory [UK] Adaptation An immersive adaptation of The Outsider by Albert Camus moving from beach to seafront club. The story of a murder and a man who refuses to lie. www.thebrightonlaboratory.com Volks Bar & Club 137 H9 3 The Colonnade BN2 1PS

11-12 May 19:30 18-19 May 18:15, 20:15 £8 (£6) [1hr15mins]

18+ RANDOM ACTS THEATRE COMPANY [UK] Devised It’s New Year’s Eve! Four cars, four couples, four different scenarios. Sitting in the back seat you have just fifteen minutes to eavesdrop on each conversation and unravel their stories! www.randomacts.freeuk.com H1 Balfour Road BN1 6NP Varndean School Car Park 43

11, 18 May 12:00, 13:30, 15:00, 16:30, 18:00 £10 [1hr]

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THIS WAS YOUR LIFE

THE TEMPEST Such Stuff Theatre Company [UK] Classical On a remote island, usurped Duke of Milan Prospero plots to return himself and his daughter to their rightful place using his mastery of dark magic to shipwreck his enemies. www.wearesuchstuff.com The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

25 May, 2 June 20:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs]

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16+ 241 Musical theatre Quite Nice Theatre [UK] A multi-award-winning, original comedy musical where the audience vote on the eternal fate of a recently deceased contestant. www.quitenicetheatre.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

13-15 May 21:30 £9 (£7.50) [55mins]

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THREE KINDS OF ME

THE TEMPEST The BRIT School Theatre Department [UK] Outdoors The BRIT School return to the Pavilion Gardens Café with The Tempest, Shakespeare’s story of shipwreck, jealousy, love and magic. Three days, three separate casts, three different interpretations. www.brit.croydon.sch.uk Pavilion Gardens Café 1 G7 New Road BN1 1UG

15-17 May 13:00 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]

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16+ 241 Storytelling FrogDog Productions [UK] Committed to a psychiatric hospital after a near-fatal incident involving a bottle of whisky, a kitchen table and a bunch of bananas, Sally undertakes a journey of recovery and selfdiscovery. www.threekindsofme.blogspot.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG The Warren 20 May 19:30 The Burrow @ The Warren 21-24 May 19:30 £8 [1hr]

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THE TRENCH

TINY TEMPEST

Les Enfants Terribles [UK] Physical theatre Five star Edinburgh Festival sell-out, inspired by the story of a miner who became entombed in a tunnel during WW1. “A total theatre experience of engrossing intensity” (The Stage) www.theoldmarket.com/the-trench The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS

3-6 May 18:00 £8 (£6.50, £25 Family Ticket) [1hr10mins]

10-12 May 20:00 11 May 14:00 £14 (£12) [1hr]

Mini Mall [UK] 241 Family Shakespeare’s fantastical tale of magic, murder and monsters retold in an explosive new adaptation. A visual and physical feast featuring live music and songs. Will you survive the storm? www.mini-mall.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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TITUS

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16+ 241 Sheep Theatre [UK] Funny Titus is a comedy adaptation of Titus Andronicus combining humour with musical numbers, a tongue-in-cheek tone and physical comedy. Titus is sure to make you smile. www.sheeptheatre.co.uk The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

4-5 May 21:00 5 May 15:00 £7 (£6) [1hr]

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A Point Theatre Company [SUI] 241 Physical theatre TRANSIT is the modern tale of Samantha Applebee, an introverted Englishwoman who finds herself catapulted out of her comfort zone and into a peculiar adventure. www.apoint-theatre.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

22-23 May 19:00 £9 (£7.50) [1hr30mins]

The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

30-31 May, 1-2 June 16:30 £8 (£6) [1hr15mins]

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TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF MR PICKWICK

Pickwick on Tour [UK] 241 solo show This is an amusing one-man play in which Mr Pickwick relates some of his adventures undertaken on behalf of The Corresponding Society of the Pickwick Club. www.pickwickontour.co.uk The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

25-26 May 16:30 10 May 17:30 £8 (£6) [1hr20mins]

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WELL-BEHAVED WOMEN RARELY MAKE HISTORY Spanner In The Works Theatre Company [NIR]

TRIPTYCH

Feral Theatre [UK] 241 Puppetry Best New Play, Brighton Fringe 2012. Three stories. Three heroic ways of living and dying. Feral Theatre return with their award-winning fusion of puppetry, physical theatre, music and aerial. www.feraltheatre.co.uk Preston Old Church 274 E1 Preston Drove BN1 6LB

30-31 May, 1 June 19:30 1-2 June 15:00 £9 (£6) [1hr30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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‘Well-Behaved Women Rarely Make History’ is a one-woman performance, an insightful portrayal of the tragic lives of Marilyn Monroe, Mo Mowlam and Aileen Wuornos. www.spannerintheworks.org Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

17-19 May 13:00 £9 (£7.50) [45mins]

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WHERE LATE THE SWEET BIRDS SANG

TUNNEL Sandpit Arts [UK] political When a tunnel between Egypt and the Gaza Strip collapses, professional smuggler Salim finds himself trapped with 17-year-old Ammar, a surfboard and a goat. A magical realist parable. www.sandpitarts.org The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

8-12 May 19:15 £8.50 (£6.50) [55mins]

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UNCLE MONTAGUE’S STORIES FROM THE SHADOWS OnO Theatre Ensemble [UK] 241 Horror You would not like it here after dark. Adapted from Chris Priestley’s best-selling series. OnO Ensemble bring something all together creepier for 2013. Angel Winners 2011. For brave 6yr olds+. www.onotheatre.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

16+ Sweet Bird Productions [UK] Funny ‘Carry On...’ meets Hilary Mantel in a bitter-sweet comedy about the dissolution of a monastery as Brother Adam and Brother Stephen hilariously fight a rear-guard action against Henry VIII’s Reformation. www.sweetbirds.co.uk Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

20-26 May 20:00 £10 (£8) [1hr45mins]

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29-31 May 17:00 £8 (£6.50, £25 Family Ticket) [55mins]

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VANBUREN & GANDEY’S VICTORIAN WONDERS CARNIVAL Exchange Events Ltd [UK] Promenade Entertainment from a bygone age! Including the headless lady, the disembodied head of scheherazade, the mystifying time machine, presented undercover in all their Victorian splendour. www.victorianwonders.com Studio Big Top 103 G7 Victoria Gardens BN1 1UG 25 May – 1 June see website for various times £5 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

VESTA

16+ 241 Contemporary Fighetta [UK] A darkly comic celebration of humanity, inspired by Italian film-maker Fellini and brought to you by six sordid women. This playful physical piece features blood, grapes and a wedding (possibly). www.fighetta.yolasite.com Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD 20-24 May 21:45, 25-26 May 23:00 £6 (£4) [1hr]

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WATERLOO SUNSET

Varndean Studio Theatre Company [UK] 241 Devised A double-bill of short plays by Varndean College’s finalyear acting students. Inspired by specific time periods and responding to stimulus music from artists including The Kinks and Sinead O’Connor. www.varndean.ac.uk Upstairs at Three and Ten 310 G8 10 Steine Street BN2 1TE

14-15 May 17:30, 19:00 £7 (£4) [1hr]

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16+ 241 Multimedia Witness Theatre [UK] A thrilling multi-media performance examining our obsessive relationship with computer technology. Witness Alice fall ever deeper into the world behind the screen in this powerful and chilling contemporary tale. www.witness-theatre.co.uk The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

13 May 19:30 30-31 May 21:00 £9 (£7.50) [1hr]

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WINTER’S JOURNEY

WHITE CANVAS Bespoke Taylors [UK] Devised One man on a mysterious journey. His world is exploded with music, puppetry, paint and the audience’s skills as artists! Join this adventure co-written with Little Green Pig young writers. www.gilberttaylor.com The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA 27-28 May 13:00, 15:00

27 May 17:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

Inbrook [USA, DE, BE] 241 Live music Total Sell-Out Edinburgh Fringe artist, Donald Hawkins is Axel Trebusch, sympathetically reinventing Schubert’s seminal song cycle. An exciting piece complemented by intense arrangements, comprising seven musicians playing fourteen instruments. www.inbrook.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

10-12 May 12:00 £10 (£8.50) [1hr5mins]

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WORDS APART Mustardseed Theatre

16+ 241 Contemporary Company [UK] One girl pressured into an abusive relationship finds enlightenment through her only friends - four fictional characters from her bookshelf. But where will the story end? www.facebook.com/pages/MustardseedBrighton/423856084346473?skip_nax_wizard=true Ambassador Hotel 16 H8 22-23 New Steine BN2 1PD

14-18 May 19:30 18 May 14:30 £6 (£5) [1hr45mins]

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XARA VAUGHAN

16+ 241 Solo show Xara Vaughan [UK] A chanteuse born out of talent and circumstance. Xara is ‘the genuine article’, a cabaret star. Musical direction and arrangements by Mark Aspinall. www.facebook.com/xara.vaughan Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN Brighton Unitarian Church: 9-10 May 15:30 9-10 May 19:30 £5 (£2.50) [1hr] Komedia Studio 26-27 May 16:00 £5 (£3) [1hr]

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YOU AND ME Little Soldier Productions [UK] Clown Two sisters share the intimacy of a lifetime together shifting between hilarious defamation, tender reminiscing and pure madness. A bitter-sweet physical comedy exploring old age with humour, imagination and tenderness. www.youandmetheplay.com The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA

17-19 May 21:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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YOU KNOW ME, I’M JACK RUBY!

18+ 241 Solo show Clifford Barry [UK] November 24th 1963, 11.21am. The suspected assassin of President Kennedy is gunned down live on national television. By a Mafia hitman. Really? Take a seat. Meet Jack Ruby. www.cliffordbarry.co.uk/jack-ruby The Dukebox Theatre 262 C7 3 Waterloo Street BN1 1AQ 7, 9 May 18:45 8, 23-24 May 20:00

WILD THING I LOVE YOU Ella Good and Nicki Kent [UK] Art In September 2011, we took a trip across America to find Bigfoot. We’d like to tell you about it. An exploration into things we cannot see, and our desire to believe. www.ellaandnicki.com The Nightingale 208 F6 29-30 Surrey St BN1 3PA 6 May 15:00, 18:00, 20:00

7 May 21:00 £8.50 (£6.50) [1hr]

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31 May, 1 June 21:15 £8 (£6) [1hr]

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YOU LEFT ME IN THE DARK

Spun Glass Theatre [UK] 241 Devised Spun Glass Theatre invite you to encounter Masha, alone in a cell of memories. A protest against personal pain. A fragile, intimate theatre. An immersive re-imagining for 2013. www.spunglasstheatre.com Old Police Cells Museum 199 G8 Brighton Town Hall BN1 1JA

20-22 May 19:30 £10 (£8) [2hrs]

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EMBASSY COURT TOUR Bluestorm Limited [UK] Historical One hour tour of Brighton’s iconic, modernist apartment block. See behind the concrete facade and views from the glorious roof terrace. www.embassycourt.org.uk Embassy Court 62 C7 Kings Road BN1 2PX

Walk www.brightoncitywalks.com [UK] Brighton’s colourful history brought to life on this acclaimed 90 minute guided walk. Find secret tunnels, “twittens”, and a long forgotten lost black cat on this unique tour. www.brightoncitywalks.com MEET: Royal Albion Hotel (Outside main entrance) 160 G8 Old Steine BN1 1NT

5, 12, 19, 26 May 11:00 £6 (£5) [1hr15mins]

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FAMOUS BRIGHTON BACK PASSAGES 18+ Malcolm Campbell [UK] Walk Brighton’s most legendary walking tour introduces you to an intriguing labyrinth of hidden byways, some unfamiliar even to local residents. It’s an unmissable trail of discovery throughout! MEET: Brighton Town Hall/Rear of Thistle Hotel 15 G8 Bartholomew Square BN11JA

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BRIGHTON STATION TOURS - LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE Jackie Marsh-Hobbs [UK] Historical These amazing tours only happen in the Brighton Fringe. 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. MEET: Entrance of Brighton Station 52 F6 Brighton Station BN1 3XP

4, 11, 16, 18, 25, 31 May, 1 June 11:00 £8 5-6, 10, 12, 19, 24, 26-27, 30 May, 2 June 15:00 £8 1-4, 11, 18, 25 May 19:00 £7 1 June 19:00 £8 [1hr50mins] Tickets also available at start of walk from tour leader.

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12, 19, 26 May, 9 June 11:00, 13:30, 16:00 5 May, 2 June 14:00, 16:30 £7 (£6) [1hr45mins]

GEOFFREY MEAD’S MONTPELIER AND CLIFTON WALK M&M [UK]

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Walk Montpelier and Clifton Hill is a quiet central Brighton neighbourhood with outstanding buildings and a fascinating history. Largely a Victorian suburb, there are elements of an earlier landscape discernible in 2013. MEET: St. Nicholas Church doorway 192 F7 Dyke Road BN1 3LJ 4-5, 11-12, 18, 25 May, 1-2 June 14:00

BRIGHTON’S EXTRAORDINARY MYSTICAL HERITAGE TOUR Brighton Rocks! [UK] Funny Brighton’s most creative tour! A unique/off-centre trip through Brighton’s strange history and cult-ure, including: magic, mysticism, comedy, time travel and an origami lesson. Ending at a pub/teashop. www.brightonrocks-tours.com MEET: Outside Redroaster Coffee House 173 H8 1D St James Street BN2 1RE 4-5, 12, 18-19, 25 May, 1 June 14:00 9, 11, 14, 16, 22-23, 26, 28, 30 May 19:00

£7 (£3.50 children under 15) [1hr30mins]

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GEOFFREY MEAD’S NORTH LAINE WALK M&M [UK] Walk Brighton’s North Laine is a former agricultural area that rapidly urbanised from the late 18th century. We stroll this fascinating area, once industrial, now the heart of ‘Boho Chic’ Brighton. MEET: St. Nicholas Church doorway 192 F7 Dyke Road BN1 3LJ

£5 (£4) [1hr] Tickets also available on the day

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BRIGHTON’S VICTORIAN SEWER TOURS

4-5, 10-12, 17-19, 24-26, 31 May, 1-2 June 17:00 £7 (£3.50 children under 15) [1hr30mins]

Southern Water [UK] Walk Guided tours of Brighton’s magnificent, award-winning Victorian sewers. For more information and tickets visit www.southernwater.co.uk/sewertours. Minimum age is 11 years old. Pre-booking is required. MEET: Arch 260, Palace Pier 321 G9 Madeira Drive BN2 1TW 4, 11, 18, 25 May 9:30, 11:00 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30 May 18:30

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GHOST WALK OF THE LANES Ghost Walk of the lanes [UK] Storytelling A 70-minute walk around Brighton’s most haunted quarter with either Silas, Ebenezer or Jasper dressed in full Victorian attire. Suitable for all age-ranges. www.ghostwalkbrighton.co.uk MEET: The Druid’s Head 476 G8 9 Brighton Pl BN1 1HJ 4, 7-11, 14-18, 21-25, 28-31 May, 1 June 19:30

£12 (£8.50 Senior Citizens, £6 Children)

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DISCOVERING THE REAL KEMP TOWN

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18+ Malcolm Campbell [UK] Walk This informative and revealing walking tour traces the history of Brighton’s most prestigious set piece development and its immediate environs. MEET: Corner of Arundel Terrace & Lewes Crescent K9 Kemptown 49

5-6, 12, 19, 23, 26-27, 30 May, 2 June 11:00 £7 4, 9, 11, 17-18, 25, 31 May, 1 June 15:00 £7 [1hr40mins] 3441 also Sewer Tour Fringe Tickets available at start of walk190x30mm_v1.qxd:3441 from tour leader 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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Brighton and Hove Hebrew Congregation [UK] Talk Discover Brighton’s Grade 2* 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. www.webjam.com/indi MiddlePage Street Synagogue 279 F8 66 Middle Street BN1 1AL 17:18 1

5, 12, 19, 26 May, 2 June 14:00 Free, non-ticketed [2hrs30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

Brighton sewer tours, proud to be part of Brighton Fringe www.southernwater.co.uk/sewertours Tickets: www.brightonfringe.org . 01273 91 72 72

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THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF FIRST BASE First Base Day Centre [UK] Historical A resource base for rough sleepers since 1984, First Base has a fascinating and hidden history. Come to this talk and learn about this building’s grand and interesting past. First Base Day Centre 343 D6 St. Stephen’s Hall BN1 3BF

8-9 May 18:30 Free, ticketed [1hr]

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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 MOST HAUNTED PUBS TOUR 18+ Malcolm Campbell [UK] Walk Intoxicating spirits abound in this exploration of city centre landmark pubs, including visits to a couple of the most supernaturally interesting. MEET: Under Archway at Hannington’s Taxi Rank 53 G8 East Street BN1 1EB

5-6, 9-10, 12, 16-17, 19, 23-24, 26-27, 30-31 May, 2 June 19:30 £7 [1hr45mins] Drinks not included. Tickets also available at start of walk from tour leader.

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NOTORIOUS WOMEN OF BRIGHTON 16+ Louise Hume [UK] Historical Wilful princesses, music hall stars, headstrong courtesans, entrepreneurs, Brighton has always attracted women who dare do things differently. Hear some of their stories and other female claims to fame. MEET: St. Nicholas Church doorway 192 F7 Dyke Road BN1 3LJ

5, 12, 19, 26 May 10:30 7-8, 11, 14-15, 21-22, 25, 28-29 May 18:30 £6.50 (£5.50) [1hr10mins]

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THE ORIGINAL BRIGHTON CEMETERY TOUR Mike Strong (Tour Guide) [UK] Historical 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 Brighton’s past. MEET: Woodvale Lodge 228 J3 Woodvale Cemetery BN2 3QB 5, 12, 19, 26 May 14:00 £7 (£6) [1hr45mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

TREASURE HUNT: BY THE SEA 16+ Working Matters Ltd [UK] Walk Like your trivia informative but fun, even a little quirky? Come for an adventure at Hove seaside! Hunt for facts about the beach huts, architecture, culture, history... Great team event! MEET: The Lawns Cafe 13 B7 Hove Lawns BN3 2FR

4 May 14:00 £5 (£4) [1hr30mins]

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VOTES FOR WOMEN

Shrieking Sisterhood [UK] 241 Walk 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. MEET: Visitor Information Centre 439 G8 4-5 Pavilion Buildings BN1 1EE 4, 11, 25 May, 1 June 12:30. 9, 16, 23, 30 May 18:30

£6.50 (£5) [1hr]

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ONLY IN BRIGHTON...

Only in Brighton [UK] 241 Walk What makes Brighton unique? A fact-filled and tongue-in-cheek walk celebrating all that’s peculiar to Brighton. “Thoughtful & captivating *****” (Love Fringe). “Funny, entertaining & wellinformed ****” (Latest 7). www.onlyinbrighton.co.uk MEET: Outside Al Duomo 22 G8 Al Duomo Restaurant BN1 1EE

2-5, 9-12, 16-19, 23-26, 31 May, 1-2 June 19:00 £8 (£6) [1hr30mins]

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PAVILION GARDENS CAFÉ HISTORY TOUR Pavilion Gardens Café [UK] Historical Geoffrey Mead will be conducting a tour of family and local history covering the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Dome & Museum, East Street, The Lanes, and Brighton Beach. www.paviliongardenscafe.co.uk Pavilion Gardens Café 1 G7 New Road BN1 1UG

10, 19, 24, 26 May 14:00 £7 (£6) [1hr30mins]

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PIERS AND QUEERS

Only in Brighton [UK] 241 LGBT Discover 200 years of queer Brighton through the historical personalities of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender interest and their surprising tales of achievement, challenge, bravery and infamy. www.onlyinbrighton.co.uk/piersandqueers.html MEET: West Pier, Upper Promenade 479 E8 Kings Road BN1 2HH

4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26 May, 1-2 June 11:00 £8 (£6) [1hr30mins]

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THE BRIGHTON HORROR WALK Malcolm Campbell [UK] Walk Grim and gruesome tales of terror from the City’s less illustrious past. Brighton’s most scary walking tour – because it’s all true. Definitely not for the squeamish! MEET: Visitor Information Centre 439 G8 4-5 Pavilion Buildings BN1 1EE

1-4, 11, 18, 25 May, 1 June 21:00 5, 10, 17, 24, 26, 31 May 22:00 13, 20, 28-29 May 20:00 £8 [1hr30mins] Tickets also available at start of walk from tour leader.

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ASSERT CREATIVE SHOWCASE

Philomena Harmsworth [UK] Exhibition That deep aching noise rumbles from his very depths, from his rich, crimson depths. Erupting. Black dots on a page: a type of dialect and his whole persona transforms them. www.philomenaharmsworthart.co.uk New Steine Hotel, Bar and Bistro 139 H8 10-11 New Steine BN2 1PB 2-31 May, 1-30 June, 1-16 July 11:00

Assert Brighton & Hove [UK] Exhibition Showcasing the creativity of Assert members; from artwork to storytelling. Assert is a member-led charity supporting adults in Brighton and Hove with Asperger Syndrome or High Functioning Autism. www.assertbh.org.uk Community Base 8 F7 113 Queens Road BN1 3XG

Free, non-ticketed [10hrs]

18 May 14:30 Free, non-ticketed [2hrs]

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artrepublic [UK] Exhibition View the shortlist and winner of the 2013 artrepublic Visual Arts Prize. Find artrepublic on Facebook during May and cast your vote for who should win the prize. Brighton Unitarian Church 39 G7 New Road BN1 1UF

1 June 12:00 Free, non-ticketed [5hrs]

ink_d gallery [UK] Art Maria Rivans solo show converts ink_d gallery into a fantastical jungle environment, transporting us physically into her surreal world in which to explore her humorous and bizarre 3D collages. www.ink-d.co.uk Ink_d Gallery & Studio 98 G7 96 North Rd BN1 1YE 4 May- 2 June, Mon - Sat 10:00 - 18:00, Sun Midday-16:00, 6, 27 May 11:00 - 17:00 Free, non-ticketed

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ALICE WALTON CERAMICS Alice Walton Ceramics [UK]

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Come and view the ceramic collections of artist Alice Walton at two of the many Artist Open Houses. She makes a range of decorative wall pieces, jewellery and functional ceramics. www.alicewaltonceramics.co.uk 30 Gerard Street 30 G4 BN1 4NW

4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26 May 12:00 Free, non-ticketed

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Brighton and Sussex Medical School [UK] Art This art/science exhibition by BSMS students and artists explores personalised medicine, genetics, asthma, and child health; investigating new research that demonstrates how genetics impacts the effectiveness of medicine. www.bsms.ac.uk Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital 54 K9 Eastern Road BN2 5BE 4-31 May, 2 June 09:00 Free, non-ticketed [9hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

AN EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY ART Visual Artist Paul Penekth [UK] Art An exhibition of contemporary abstract paintings by Brighton artist Paul Penketh. This one man show exhibits a new series of visually dynamic mixed media paintings. Bold, evocative and engaging. Gallery40 40 G6 North Laine BN1 4AQ

27-31 May, 1-2 June 10:00 Free, non-ticketed

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ANDIE AIRFIX AT THE AIRFIX LOUNGE

BRIGHTON FRINGE ILLUSTRATOR TAKES OVER NORTH LAINE Carlos Garde-Martin [UK] Exhibition Carlos Garde-Martin this year’s Brighton Fringe brochure illustrator adorns Brighton’s North Laine Pub and Brewery with a must see collection of his off-the-wall imagery. Come along and try some Fringe Festival Ale! www.carlosgardemartin.co.uk The North Laine Pub 27 H6 27 Gloucester Place BN1 4AA

4 May - 2 June Free, non-ticketed

Rock Brighton [UK] Talk Graphic design as an extreme sport. Andie Airfix talks about challenges working with music’s ‘megastars’ including Metallica, Thompson Twins, Stones, Doa, Leppard, Zeppelin and more. Free exhibition. www.andieairfix.com Space @ Create 19 G5 Unit D & E Level 2 South BN1 4GH

12, 19 May 15:00 £9 (£6) 8, 10-11, 15, 17-18, 22, 24-25 May 19:30 £9 (£6) [2hrs] Exhibition: 6-25 May 10:00 [8hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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CHINESE PAINTING EXHIBITION Jane Dwight (UK) Art A One Day Exhibition of Chinese Brush Paintings done by Jane Dwight. The day will include live music, and a demonstration by the artist. Refreshments will be available to buy. www.janedwight.com Knoyle Hall 379 E1 Knoyle Road BN1 6RB

25 May 11:00 Free, non-ticketed

ARTIST IN A SAUNA

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Brash Brackenfield [UK] Spoken word Take one enlightened rap poet artist and all round freedom guy, put him in a sauna live on stage, turn up the heat, bring in the audience, cue the action! www.brashbrackenfield.co.uk K9 The Cabin 26 Brighton Steiner School BN2 5RA

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28 May 19:30 £6.50 (£4.50) [3hrs]

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Little Green Pig and Carlos Garde-Martin [UK] Art Come along to Jubilee Library for a free workshop with Brighton Fringe brochure illustrator Carlos Garde-Martin. Carlos and Little Green Pig will help you create weird and wonderful pets. www.citylibraries.info Jubilee Library 96 G7 Jubilee Street BN1 1GE

Jay Collins [UK] Painting Jay Collins is an artist who captures rapidly disappearing parts of Brighton that can never return, ie the Diamond Marchant’s House. Winner of the Brignton Fringe Visual Arts Prize 2012. 8 Eastern Terrace Mews 178 K9 8 Eastern Terrace Mews BN2 1EP 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26 May

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LONDONBRC PROJECT FOR BURNING MAN 2013

19 May 14:00 Free, non-ticketed [2hrs]

artrepublic [UK] Art Hundreds of limited edition art prints to astound and enjoy! View latest releases from Sir Peter Blake, Damien Hirst, Banksy, Marc Quinn, Mr Brainwash and more, all in one gallery. www.artrepublic.com artrepublic 41 G7 13 Bond Street BN1 1RD

5, 12, 19, 26 May, 2 June 11:00 [6hrs] 6-10, 13-17, 20-24, 27-31 May 9:30 [8hrs30mins] 4, 11, 18, 25 May, 1 June 9:00 Free, non-ticketed 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

DEPOSITARY Elaine Bewley and Susan Keshet [UK] Art ‘Depositary’ is an exploration of people and places as keepers of memory. Where does memory attach itself and how reliable is it in our shifting and impermanent worlds? Painting and sculpture. www.depositaryartshow.wordpress.com Freehold Studio 45 I3 Freehold Terrace BN2 4AA

18-19 May 10:00 25-26 May 10:00 [7hrs30mins]

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EXHIBITION OF ART WORK BY RESIDENTS Sanctuary Supported Living [UK] Art A popular and varied annual exhibition of arts and craft work by talented residents of Sanctuary Supported Living that wins critical acclaim. 7 North Road 7 G7 BN1 1YA

4 May - 2 June Free, non-ticketed

12:00 Free, non-ticketed [6hrs]

LondonBRC Project [USA] Art LondonBRC’s goal is to bring London’s iconic buildings to Burning Man 2013 as an interactive art installation. Visit the website for information about the project and how to support it. The LondonBRC crowdfunding campaign launches February 25th! www.londonbrc.com

MY MAP OF BRIGHTON Southdown Housing Association [UK] Poetry A visual/audio ‘map’ exploring the places that makes us happy and being positive about mental health issues. The ‘map’ will be revealed through song, poetry, audio recordings and visuals. www.mymapofbrighton.tumblr.com 9 Portland Road BN3 5DR Hove Methodist Church 9

18 May 19:30 Free, non-ticketed [2hrs30mins]

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OPEN STUDIO: RECENT PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, WOODCUTS Geoff Plant [UK] Open studio Showing this years work from life and other studies in oil, acrylic, charcoal and woodcuts. Including woodcut images from the Sussex folk tale ‘James Puttick and the Knacker’. www.geoffplantart.co.uk H1 Unit 17 BN6 8TD Turner Dumbrell Workshops 37

4, 6-11, 13-18, 20-25, 27-31 May, 1 June 10:00 5, 12, 19, 26 May, 2 June 11:00 Free, non-ticketed [6hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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FARLEY FARM HOUSE 16+ Art Home of the Surrealists [UK] Experience the extraordinary atmosphere of the Sussex home of Surrealists Lee Miller and Roland Penrose, whose guests included Picasso, Man Ray and Miró. 50 minute guided tours throughout the day. www.farleyfarmhouse.co.uk Farley Farm House 92 OT K1 Muddles Green BN8 6HW 5, 12, 19, 26 May 10:30 £9 [5hrs] See website for tour times

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FARM MEWS COLLECTIVE ART SHOW Farm Mews Collective [UK] Art Mixed Media Art exhibition. 15 artists exhibiting painting, drawing, ceramic, leatherwork, jewellery and more. The exhibition is held across an established gallery and surrounding artists’ studio spaces. www.nakedeyebrighton.com Farm Mews 10 C6 Farm Road BN3 1GH

4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26 May 11:00 Free, non-ticketed [7hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

GO ON, NO ONE’S LOOKING. BE NAUGHTY. Citizen Skwith [UK] Art Look out for Citizen Skwith signs on the Brighton streets. He’s been a bit naughty putting them up now you be naughty, go on, nick yourself an original artwork. www.citizenskwith.co.uk Out and about on the streets of Brighton

4 May - 2 June

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PAUL GRIFFITHS: A NEAR MISS Jilted Dog Art [UK] Open house “Peace was coming at last, I could feel it, but it wasn’t my time.” Paul’s vibrant painting and frank writing takes the viewer from his lowest point to newfound optimism. Jilted Dog Art & Design 90 J8 90 Essex Place BN2 1LL 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, 25-26 May

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PRESS & RELEASE Phoenix Brighton [UK] Exhibition A celebration of artists’ books within an imaginative gallery setting. www.phoenixbrighton.org Phoenix Brighton 166 H6 10-14 Waterloo Place BN2 9NB

25 May 13:00 £1 [8hrs]

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SIR PETER BLAKE’S ART BUS CCA Galleries [UK] Art All aboard! The sensational double-decker Art Bus returns to Fringe City this year. Take a tour and view stunning artwork inside & out from the godfather of British pop art. www.ccaartbus.co.uk New Road 303 G7 New Road BN1 1UF

4 May 12:00 Free, non-ticketed [6hrs]

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THE BIG BRIGHTON FRINGE FAIR University of Brighton [UK] Art A fair with a twist, complementing the Artists Open Houses. 40+ stalls. Past and present art students from the University selling their unique work alongside local artists. Supported by ‘Springboard’. www.arts.brighton.ac.uk/tg Sallis Benney Theatre 176 H7 58 - 67 Grand Parade BN2 0JY

26 May 12:00 Free, non-ticketed [5hrs]

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THE EMBROIDERED TATTOO PARLOUR @ BEYOND RETRO Jenny King Embroidery/Beyond Retro [UK] Installation Experience couture craftsmanship as you witness your chosen tattoo embroidered on the garment of your choice on our 1950’s machines in a perfect vintage setting in-store at Beyond Retro Brighton. www.beyondretro.com / www.jennykingembroidery.com Beyond Retro 183 G6 42 Vine Street BN1 4AG

11 May 10:00 [8hrs]

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THE FRINGE AT THE FOUNDRY Artemis Arts [UK] Exhibition An exciting exhibition of contemporary artists including Roger Dean, Peter Messer, Harold Mockford. Mo Foster tells the Story of Rock’n’Roll. www.artemisarts.co.uk K1 The Foundry Gallery 477 32 North Street BN72PH

23 May 19:30 £8 (£6) [2hrs] 10-12, 15-19, 22-26 May 12:00 Free, non-ticketed [5hrs]

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Peter Farr [UK] 241 Solo show Peter recounts his eventful African past, weaving a web of wonder around the audience. A blend of powerful thoughtprovoking storytelling with a fusion of images, sound and music. www.peterfarrpoet.co.uk Brighton Media Centre Studio 73 F8 Friese-Greene House BN1 1AL 20 April, 18-19 May 14:30 19 April, 14-15 May

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THE ILLUMINATED Cieciura/De Sousa [UK] Art Exciting live art experience based on Plato’s Allegory of the Cave, ‘The Illuminated’ is a contemporary visual narrative that will invert the banality of everyday life and leave you dazed. St Andrews (The Church by the Sea) 198 C7 Waterloo Street BN3 1AQ

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31 May 19:00 £3 [30mins]

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THREED AT BOXBIRD Boxbird Gallery [UK] Art Boxbird hosts a unique exhibition by three of the UK’s finest illustrators Graham Carter, Tom Frost & Helen Musslewhite in a show which brings 2D illustration into the 3D world. www.boxbird.co.uk Boxbird Gallery 14 B7 14 St Johns Road BN3 2FB

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3-8, 11-15, 18-22, 25-29 May 11:00 Free, non-ticketed [7hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

TIBET IN BRIGHTON Free Tibet Sussex Soc. [UK] Art In solidarity with the people of Tibet: Explore with us, through art, music, film and poetry by Tibetans, the political and personal situation, in Tibet and in exile. Brighton Media Centre Gallery 73 F8 Friese-Greene House BN1 1AL 26 May 12:00 Free, non-ticketed [5hrs] 26, 28-29

May 18:00 £3 [2hrs30mins] 27-29 May 09:00 Free, nonticketed [8hrs]

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WEST PAPUA TRADITIONAL ART-CULTURAL EVENTS Forum of Amungsa Mimika Traditional Women Associated [ID] Come, see, and enjoy our attractive traditional dances and the traditional cultural arts! Don’t miss it! Brighthelm Church & Community Centre 32 F7 North Road BN1 1YD 7, 9 May 14:00 £6 [7hrs] Brighton Unitarian Church 39 G7 New Road BN1 1UF

19 May 14:00 £6 [3hrs30mins]

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16+ Funny Laughing Horse Comedy [UK] Learn stand-up Comedy on this two-day course plus graduation show, with our expert comedian and writer tutors. ‘Highly Recommended ****’ (ThreeWeeks). www.laughinghorsecomedy.co.uk/comedy/courses2day.asp Laughing Horse @ The Temple 270 D7 121 Western Road BN1 2AD

The Singing Heart [UK] World Music Sing from the heart with Rajeswar who teaches with humour, kindness and passion. Beginners and experienced singers welcome: discover resonance, fluidity, and exquisite tuning. Fun and unmissable! Concert on 13th. www.thesingingheart.com At The Coach House 11 J8 22 Walpole Road BN2 0EA

11-12 May 12:30 £99 (£89, £148.50 Two Person Ticket 50% off second person) Course held over 2 days.

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ACTING AND CREATING A CHARACTER 16+ Julian Caddy [UK] 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.bit.ly/15mWySH The Old Courtroom 287 G7 118 Church St (side entrance) BN1 1UD

11 May 14:30 £10 (£8) [1hr30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

ACTING MASTERCLASSES TO CHALLENGE & INSPIRE Masterclass Workshops [UK] Devised Intensive practical acting classes, taught by Masterclass tutors & directors. Three day ‘Devising Drama’ course, leading to showcase, May 28-30. ‘Masks’ May 31st. See website for further information. The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

28 May 15:30 £95 29-30 May 15:30 30 May 20:30 Free, ticketed [1hr] 31 May, Mask Course 15:15 £40 [2hrs15mins] Free, non-ticketed [4hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

CREATING WEIRD AND WONDERFUL PETS Little Green Pig and Carlos Garde-Martin [UK] Art Come along to Jubilee Library for a free workshop with Brighton Fringe cover illustrator Carlos Garde-Martin. Carlos and Little Green Pig will help you create weird and wonderful pets. www.citylibraries.info Jubilee Library 96 G7 Jubilee Street BN1 1GE

19 May 14:00 Free, non-ticketed [2hrs]

Contemplative Fire & All Saints Church [UK] Spiritual Candlelit Labyrinth Walk with live musical & vocal accompaniment. No experience necessary. Introductory talk at 6.30pm or 7.45pm, come for all or part of the evening. Refreshments to follow. www.contemplativefire.org/brighton_hove.htm All Saints Church 56 A5 The Drive BN3 3QE

19 May 18:30 £6 (£3) [3hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

LITTLE SUNDAY: CREATIVE WORKSHOPS FOR MOTHERS Big Sunday & Mothers Uncovered [UK] Art An opportunity to share and explore your experiences through creativity and find out who you are as a Mother. There are eight art and writing workshops over two days. www.bigsunday.co.uk Officrèche 18 E6 52 Dyke Road BN1 3JB

19 May, 2 June 11:00, 14:15 £15 (£10) [2hrs15mins] 2 workshops for £25 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

ORGANIC ESSENTIAL OIL DISTILLATION, COOKING. SCREEN-PRINTING. NHR Organic Oils Workshops [UK] Educational Distillation- learn how to distil your own organic essential Oils. Love-bites Cooking class, Tea & Tea Towels- screen print your own tea towel by hand. www.nhrorganicoils.com NHR Organic Oils Shop 24 E5 24 Chatham Place BN1 3TN

4, 18 May 10:00 £10 [2hrs] 10 May 18:30 £15 11 May 15:00 £65 25 May 11:30 £15 [2hrs30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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FREE KI & AIKIDO TASTER SESSIONS Brighton Ki Society [UK] Physical Ki Workshop: 10.00 to 11.00 Unification of Mind and Body. Aikido Workshop: 11.00 to 12.00. Demonstration: 12.00 to 12:30 by Brighton Ki Society members. Wear loose and comfortable clothing. www.kisociety.org.uk/dojos/brighton.asp Brighton Ki Centre 21 F7 12 Queen Square, BN1 3FD

12, 19 May 10:00 Free, non-ticketed [2hrs30mins]

18+ Educational Jill Edwards Comedy Workshops [UK] Back by popular demand, the UK’s leading comedy trainer Jill Edwards offers an inspirational taste of how to use subtle humour for confident, memorable, engaging presentations that really stand out. www.jill-edwards.co.uk Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

2 June 13:00 £35 (£30) [1hr30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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IMPROVISATION SKILLS FOR BUSINESS LEADERSHIP 18+ Improv John Cremer of the Maydays [UK] 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 Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

8 May 10:00 £168 [6hrs]

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16+ Stand-up Jill Edwards Comedy Workshops [UK] Have fun learning how to use simple practical gag writing techniques for ideas, inspiration and comedy. Back by popular demand from the UK’s leading comedy coach, Brighton’s own Jill Edwards. www.jill-edwards.co.uk Komedia Studio 106 G7 44-46 Gardner St BN1 1UN

2 June 15:30 £30 (£25) [1hr30mins] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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THE DRAWING CIRCUS: PROLOGUE 16+ Art The Drawing Circus [UK] A theatrical life drawing event telling the beginnings of a dark and mysterious tale in a sequence of still poses. Featuring nude models and live music. Bring drawing materials. www.draw-brighton.co.uk The Old Market 145 C7 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road) BN3 1AS

27 May 16:00, 20:00 £12 (£10) [3hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

THE FEATHER CATCHER: INTERACTIVE STORY TIME Filskit Theatre [UK] Family Using a playful fusion of storytelling, movement and drama children will follow the story of Freda the Feather Catcher and help her to catch the most beautiful feather of all. www.filskittheatre.com The Warren 58 F8 Russell Place BN1 2RG

25, 28-29 May 13:00 £6 child [1hr] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

TRAINING FOR TRAINERS WITH COMEDY IMPROVISATION Gerry Thompson, Positive Comedy Training [UK] An innovative workshop for trainers, teachers or anyone who runs groups, showing how methods from the worlds of comedy and improvisation can enhance any kind of training or learning session. www.positivecomedy.com A6 Brighton and Hove Chamber of Commerce 3 115a Church Road BN3 2AF

22 May 10:00 £120 [6hrs] 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2

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STRESS & THE ENTERTAINMENT PROFESSIONAL 18+ A Healthier Entertainment Industry – hei! [UK] The entertainment industry operates on stress. Find out how you can both benefit from and contribute to research into the primary reason for long-term absence from work in the UK. www.healthier-entertainment-industry.org Hanover Community Centre 91 I6 33 Southover St BN2 9UD

6 May 14:15 Free, non-ticketed [2hrs45mins]

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THE BIG BITE-SIZE BREAKFAST White Room Theatre & Bite-Size Plays [UK] Theatrical 5***** Award-winning ‘The Big Bite-Size Breakfast’- Exciting ‘Menus’ of Playlets (See Website). Childrens’ Plays + Half Term Workshops. Plus drink & croissant. Theatre Royal + Latest Music Bar. www.bite-size.org.uk/fringe-showplan Theatre Royal Brighton 35 G7 New Road BN1 1SD

4, 9-11, 16-18, 23-25, 28-31 May, 1 June 10:15 £12.50 (£9.50) 9-11, 16-18, 23-25 May 11:30 £12.50 (£9.50) [1hr] 30-31 May, 1 June 11:30 £20 [1hr 30 mins] Latest Music Bar 95 H8 14-17 Manchester St BN2 1TF

5, 12, 19, 26 May 11:00 £12.50 (£9.50) [1hr]

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THE CLASSICAL BUTEYKO METHOD Learn Buteyko Limited [UK] Theatrical The Classical Buteyko Method a scientific approach to improving breath control enhancing health, wellbeing and meditation. It is an extraordinary evidence based approach to reversing chronic diseases and health problems. www.learnbuteyko.co.uk Friends’ Meeting House 70 G8 Ship Street BN1 1AF

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“The Silence in Thunder” Painting Exhibition.... 71

Another Tarantino Story.............................. 25, 52

Box Tale Soup.................................................... 57

Chailey Heritage School.................................... 49

‘!’ [Hollywood Blues].......................................... 51

Antidote Theatre................................................ 53

Box Tracy Theatre Dance Company.................. 63

Chalk Dust......................................................... 11

1969 Show and Abbey Road.............................. 40

Aperol Spritz Stage............................................ 14

Boxbird Gallery.................................................. 73

Chapel Street..................................................... 53

2013 artrepublic Visual Arts Prize Exhibition... 71

Applied Social Science Annual Public Lecture.... 36

Boys of the Empire Productions....................... 57

Charlie Dupré.................................................... 39

2013 Conversations with Tony Benn................. 27

Are Tax Dodgers the Real Scroungers?............ 27

Brahms and Rutter............................................ 42

Charlotte Hamilton Productions....................... 16

3 Days off Jesus................................................. 14

Art in Heaven..................................................... 52

Brash Brackenfield..................................... 36, 71

Charm Offensive................................................ 53

3:1 Theatre Company........................................ 65

Artemis Arts...................................................... 73

Breakfast at Dalkey........................................... 53

Charming Chopin.............................................. 43

360 Cinema.................................................. 27, 31

Arthur’s Dream Boat......................................... 31

Bridge to an Island............................................ 53

368 Theatre Company....................................... 53

Artichoke Artgroup............................................ 25

Brighthelmstone Promotions........................... 47

China Plate Presents Caroline Horton and Company......................... 59

48 hour Concert................................................. 40

Artist In a Sauna.......................................... 36, 71

4 Motion Dance Theatre Co............................... 25

artrepublic................................................... 71, 72

Brighton & Hove Food Partnership / Harvest / BHOGG............................................... 29

Chopped and Fried............................................ 38

5 Down, 20 Across at Bom-Bane’s................... 27

Ask a Philosopher............................................. 36

50 Shades of Scarlet.................................... 14, 51

Assert Brighton & Hove.................................... 71

76 Million People and Me.................................. 51

Assert Creative Showcase................................. 71

8fold theatre...................................................... 64

Atomic Force Productions/ The Dukebox Theatre......................................... 65

A A Beginning, A Muddle, An End........................ 51 A Cappella at the Court!.................................... 40 A Celebration of Nonsense Poetry.................... 36 A Dirty Weekend With Der Wunderlich............. 10 A Drunken Sailor......................................... 21, 63 A Feast of Learning........................................... 36 A Girl Called Owl................................................ 51 A Graveside Story.............................................. 51 A Grimm Night for Hans Christian Andersen.... 31 A Healthier Entertainment Industry - hei!........ 75 A Little Nonsense.............................................. 51 A Love Supreme: Coltrane and More!.............. 40 A Midsummer Night’s Dream..................... 14, 51 A Point Theatre Company........................... 25, 67 A Puppet Named Desire.................................... 14 A Stellar Show................................................... 22 A Taming of the Shrew...................................... 51 A Tchaikovsky Gala Concert.............................. 40 A’Nother Productions........................................ 59 Aaron Twitchens Princess Guide to Dating...... 14 About Comedy: Stand-Up Comedy Course... 14, 74 Absence............................................................. 51 Absolutely Brighton, the Wonderful Brighton Story................................................... 69 Abyssinians........................................................ 40 Act Kids Theatre.......................................... 55, 59 Act Able.............................................................. 34 Acting and Creating a Character...................... 74 Acting Masterclasses To Challenge & Inspire... 74 Actually Gay Women’s Chorus.......................... 50 Adam’s Apple..................................................... 12 Adventure/Misadventure................................... 51 Africa Entsha..................................................... 40 Africa Unite 2013............................................... 40 African Night Fever............................................ 40 Afternoon Recital with Helen Burford.............. 40 Ajax..................................................................... 51 Albert’s Boy........................................................ 55 Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking............ 52 Alchemy, Distillation and Botanical Folklore..... 36 Alice Walton Ceramics...................................... 71 Alive & Swinging Productions........................... 52 Alive & Swinging With Marilyn Monroe............ 52 All The Men We’ve Never Slept With................. 10 Amadeus Martin Is Keeping It Surreal............. 14 An Evening of Haunting Soulful Melodies........ 40 An Exhibition of Contemporary Art................... 71 And West of the Moon....................................... 44 Andie Airfix at the Airfix Lounge....................... 71 Andrew and the Pony......................................... 14 Andyland Productions....................................... 15 Anna Morris: Dolly Mixture............................... 14 Another New World........................................... 52

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Brighton and District Organists’ Association..... 43

Choruses and Concerti..................................... 43

Brighton and Hove Hebrew Congregation........ 69

Chris Fitchew - Just Jack................................. 15

Brighton and Sussex Medical School.... 27, 35, 71

Christian Elderfield and Larry Dean................. 21

Brighton Beach Boys / Psychedelic Love Orchestra...................................... 40, 45, 47

Chyngton Youth Academy of Arts and Drama.... 31

Brighton Beam Productions............................. 59

Circuit Blasting.................................................. 36

Brighton Binge.................................................. 25 Brighton Chamber Choir................................... 48

Baby Loves Disco: Tropical Beach Party... 27, 31, 40

Brighton City Singers Choir.............................. 43

Bach Cello Suites........................................ 40, 42

Brighton College Choral Society Festival Concert................................................. 42

Bach Solo Violin Partitas & Sonatas................. 42 Bach’s Goldberg Variations............................... 42 Back To Nature - Maria Rivans......................... 71 Bad Bread.......................................................... 14 Bank on Jazz...................................................... 42 Barb Jungr: Stockport to Memphis.................. 42 Bash................................................................... 52 Bassoon Trio Recital......................................... 42 Bath Street Productions.................................... 59 Be Receptive: Art/Science Symposium............ 27 Be Receptive: Exploring children’s personalised medicine...................................... 71 Beasts................................................................ 14 Beau Productions Ltd........................................ 15 Beethoven & Grieg Violin Sonatas.................... 42 Being There Productions - London/NY/Brighton... 57 Belvedere........................................................... 52 Ben Champion: Human..................................... 15 Ben Van der Velde’s Chain Letter..................... 15 Bernard Shaw Invites YOU!............................... 52 Bespoke Taylors................................................ 68 Best of Punched................................................ 52 Beth Evans & Howard Beach............................ 47 Betsy: Wisdom of a Brighton Whore................. 52 Bette Bourne & Paul Shaw: A Right Pair......... 52 Better Days........................................................ 15 Between............................................................. 52 Between Ten and Six......................................... 52 Beyond Theatre.................................................. 64 B-Fest Brighton Youth Arts Festival................. 31 Bianco................................................................ 52 Big Boys Don’t Dance........................................ 15 Big Sunday & Mothers Uncovered.................... 74 Billingshurst Choral Society............................. 50 Birthday Girls: 2053........................................... 15 Bitch Boxer........................................................ 52 Bite!: Youth Poets v MCs Slam.......................... 31 Black Venus....................................................... 53 Blenheim Productions....................................... 56 Bloco Branco..................................................... 42

Chinese Painting Exhibition.............................. 71

Brighton Comedy Course.................................. 15 Brighton Comedy Course Showcase................ 15 Brighton Early Music Festival........................... 44 Brighton Film Quartet....................................... 42 Brighton Fringe........................................... 28, 32 Brighton Fringe Illustrator Takes Over North Laine..................................... 71 Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus Douze Points!...... 43 Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus Pride Special....... 10 Brighton Goes Gospel....................................... 46 Brighton Ki Society............................................ 74 Brighton Labour Party...................................... 21 Brighton Little Theatre...................................... 60 Brighton Little Theatre Company Lite.............. 64 Brighton Organists’ Recitals at St Bartholomew’s Church................................. 43

Cieciura/De Sousa............................................. 73 Circumstance (2011) - Q&A with Director........ 27 CIRCY, University of Sussex & University of Brighton.................................... 29 Citizen Skwith.................................................... 72 City College Performing Arts............................ 64 CKP.................................................................... 17 Clara Ross, Brighton’s Best-Kept Secret?....... 43 Clare Harrison’s 15 Inches of Fame................. 15 Clarse................................................................. 15 Classical Mayhem............................................. 32 Claudia Aurora................................................... 44 Claudia Jefferies................................................ 25 Clever Peter....................................................... 15 Clever Peter: Once More Unto The Beach........ 15 Clifford Barry..................................................... 68 Clive Carroll & Geoff Robb................................ 43 Clout Theatre..................................................... 56 Clown Town Cabaret.......................................... 15 Club Berlin Hosted by Das Fenster.................. 43 Coastline Harmony............................................ 40

Brighton Rep Theatre...................... 31, 52, 57, 63

Coblin Productions............................................ 21

Brighton Rocks!........................................... 25, 69

Coke Floats & Chemo....................................... 53

Brighton Station Tours: Limited Spaces Available.69

Cold Comfort..................................................... 53

Brighton Swimming Club.................................. 25

Colossal Crumbs............................................... 55

Brighton Theatre............................................... 53

COM Entertainment/DiY Gang Entertainment... 50

Brighton Theatre Collective.............................. 62

Come Rhyme With Me....................................... 36

Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project... 29

Comic Angels - Never Pussy Galore!............... 20

Brighton Youth Arts Festival............................. 31

Comic Boom...................................................... 15

Brighton’s Extraordinary Mystical Heritage Tour... 69

CommuniToy Pop Up Event............................... 31

Brighton’s Finest............................................... 53

Concert: Rachmaninoff Vespers and Bach Motets....................................................... 43

Brighton’s Victorian Sewer Tours..................... 69 Bringing Down The Moon.................................. 31 Briony Horwitz................................................... 51 Britain’s Got F*ck All Talent!............................. 15 Broken Mirror.................................................... 56 Broken Silence Theatre Company.................... 51 Bruce Fauveau................................................... 22 BSMS Theatre Company................................... 23 Buddhism: Is it just for Losers?........................ 53 Buzzcut at Supper Club.................................... 53 By MoonLight Theatre................................. 63, 65

C Can You Hear Seagulls?.................................... 53

Blue: An Experiment in Puppetry..................... 53

Cancan Boheme................................................ 10

Bluestorm Limited............................................ 69

Candlelit Classics: Mozart’s Requiem.............. 43

Bob and Jim - Two Stars................................... 15

Canticle Chamber Choir.................................... 43

Bom-Bane’s and Twenty Artists....................... 27

Carlos Garde-Martin....................... 31, 71, 72, 74

Bom-Bane’s Music, Comedy, Talk & Film........ 42

Carnivalesque.................................................... 43

Boogaloo Stu’s Pop Magic................................. 53 Boogie Troop...................................................... 42

Celebrating Creativity and the Buddha’s Enlightment....................................... 27

Bootworks Theatre............................................ 32

Celebration!....................................................... 43

Boutique Cinema............................................... 27

Cello & Piano Recital........................................ 43

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Confessions of a Dirty Debutante..................... 15 Contemplative Fire & All Saints Church........... 74 Cooked & Presented by Surprise Top Secret Guest Chefs...................... 36 Cool Beans......................................................... 25 Cool Music for Cool Kids................................... 31 Creating Weird and Wonderful Pets..... 31, 72, 74 Creative Dynamics............................................. 17 Crimes Against Humanities Teachers.............. 15 Cruising.............................................................. 53 Cuckoo Bang Productions................................. 52 Curtain Call Musical Productions..................... 47 Custard Capers.................................................. 31 Cutting-edge art from today’s must-have artists... 72

D Daedalus Productions....................................... 16 Daisy Jordan and Lynne Thomas...................... 13 DamnHardWriting............................................. 22 Damsel Sophie.................................................. 12 Danceitation: Ancient Wisdom Meets Intelligent Clubbing!............................... 27 Daniel McLaughlin: Let Me Entertain You........ 16


Dark Squid, inc.................................................. 34

Fentiman - led by Sharon Jennings............ 62, 66

Hijack Digital..................................................... 32

Jamhed Theatre.......................................... 17, 57

Darren Walsh: I am a Giant............................... 16

Feral Theatre..................................................... 67

Hijack Film......................................................... 32

Jane Austen’s ‘Northanger Abbey’................... 57

Darshan Silly..................................................... 15

Festival of Research.......................................... 28

Hijack the Park.................................................. 32

Jane Bom-Bane and Many Others................... 42

Das Fenster....................................................... 43

Festival Shakespeare Company........................ 51

Hijack: Ets-beest............................................... 32

Jane Dwight....................................................... 71

Dave Millett and Chris Betts............................. 17

Festivals Club.................................................... 10

Hijack: The Incredible Book Eating Boy........... 32

Jay Collins.......................................................... 72

David Burke....................................................... 14

Fieldimp............................................................. 51

Hill and Weedon................................................. 22

Jazz at the Movies............................................. 45

David Heffron: Don’t Hassle The Heff............... 16

Fighetta.............................................................. 67

Holocene............................................................ 56

Jazz Jam............................................................ 45

David Migden & The Dirty Words...................... 43

Fight and Hope.................................................. 55

Home of the Surrealists.................................... 72

Jennifer Williams.............................................. 60

David Sheppeard Performs at Times................ 56

Fight or Flight Productions............................... 65

Homeless in Homeland..................................... 56

Jenny King Embroidery/Beyond Retro.............. 73

David Weedall - Second Impression Theatre..... 56

Filskit Theatre.............................................. 35, 75

Honor Blackman as Herself............................. 56

Jerry and Tom.................................................... 57

Dead Happy........................................................ 53

Filthy Gigdog Promotions.................................. 21

Horlicks and Armageddon.......................... 28, 44

Jessica Fostekew: Moving................................. 17

Dead Things Don’t Talk..................................... 16

Finding Joy................................................... 32, 55

Horse and Louis: Party Bucket......................... 17

Jewel.................................................................. 25

Deans Festival................................................... 32

Fine Purveyors of Filthy Swing.......................... 49

Hosted by David Piper & Duncan McRae... 36, 39

Jill Edwards Comedy Workshops......... 15, 19, 74

Decomposed...................................................... 32

First Base Day Centre................................. 53, 70

Hosted by Dr. Agnieszka Piotrowska................ 38

Jilted Dog Art..................................................... 72

Defend Free State Education For All!............... 27

Fish Pie.............................................................. 55

Hosted by Dr. Anil Seth...................................... 36

Joe Munrow - Jazz Monkey............................... 17

Define & Provide................................................ 27

Flick MA Beens!................................................ 15

Hosted by Dr. Bryony Crowe.............................. 39

Joe Wells............................................................ 19

Definitely Different Productions........................ 10

Foil, Arms and Hog............................................ 16

Hosted by Dr. David Bramwell.......................... 38

John Crampton.................................................. 45

Delane Dynamics.......................................... 12,48

Folk Off Session................................................. 44

Hosted by Dr. Keith Hearne............................... 38

John Cremer of the Maydays............................ 74

Delphine............................................................. 53

Foodies Festival Brighton.................................. 28

Hosted by Dr. Mark Vernon............................... 36

John Hastings: Incidents and Misdemeanors..... 17

Depositary.......................................................... 72

Forum of Amungsa Mimika Women Associated... 73

Hosted by Hendrick’s Gin...................... 36, 38, 39

John Trelawney.................................................. 43

Der Wunderlich Revue...................................... 10

Forwards and Backwards................................. 55

Hosted by James Glover, The Idler Academy... 39

johnhastingscomedy.com.................................. 17

Designer Merkins.............................................. 15

Fourword Productions....................................... 52

Hosted by Murray Lachlan Young, Clare Pollard... 36

Jonathan Brown / Something Underground.... 66

Desperately Seeking the Exit............................ 54

Fragments......................................................... 55

Hosted by Professor Jim Hopkins.................... 36

Jonny & the Baptists......................................... 17

Deux Johns Orchestra Jazz Fest...................... 43

Free Energy and Interpreting Your Dreams...... 36

Hosted by Strange Attractor & Disinformation... 36

Joss Peach’s ‘Light House’............................... 45

Diane Spencer: The Alpha Taboo...................... 16

Free Ki & Aikido Taster Sessions...................... 74

Hosted by The Enlightenment Cafè.................. 38

Journey to Karawane.................................. 17, 57

Diary of a Welshcake......................................... 54

Free Tibet Sussex Soc....................................... 73

Hosted by The Idler Academy........................... 39

Judy in person................................................... 11

Dickie & Dave.................................................... 22

Friday Evening Concerts in Queen’s Park........ 44

Julian Caddy...................................................... 74

Dido’s Lament: Victorian Death & Mourning..... 28

Friends of St Ann’s Well Gardens............... 29, 48

Hosted by Tom Hodgkinson, John Mitchinson and Mark Vernon................... 38

Difunny............................................................... 16

Friends Of Withdean Park and Brighton Lions Club........................................... 28

Housemates - The Sitcom.......................... 17, 56 Hove Carnival Big Top Performers................... 44

Jump Through Hoops Theatre.......................... 60

Fringe City.......................................................... 28

How a Man Crumbled........................................ 56

Fringe City Family Picnic sponsored by i.......... 32

How Bruce Springsteen Changed My Live....... 17

Fringe Club.................................................. 28, 44

How Our Dreams Influence the Arts................ 38

Fringe Film........................................................ 28

How to Be Rich and Thin................................... 17

FrogDog Productions........................................ 66

How to Disappear/Metamorphosis/Machinal.... 56

Full Circle . ........................................................ 45

How to Host a Dinner Party.............................. 25

Kasper’s Puppet Theatre. A Traditional Fairytale....................................... 34 Kate Daisy Grant and Nick Pynn....................... 46

Dinner................................................................ 54 Discovering the Real Kemp Town..................... 69 DMU Performing Arts Company....................... 57 Doing What It Says On The Tin.......................... 54 DoubleDub Productions Limited................. 11, 21 Doug Segal........................................................ 10 Down Home....................................................... 56

Juliette Burton / Mace and Burton................... 18 Juncture Theatre............................................... 51 Junk Adventures................................................ 34 Just an Act......................................................... 56

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Funny Women.............................................. 16, 21

How to Lucid Dream.......................................... 38

Dukes @ Komedia.............................................. 32

Funny Women Awards Heat.............................. 16

Huggers............................................................. 32

Kate Shortt in ‘Shortt and Sweett’.................... 18

Duncan Allen and Guests.................................. 10

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Hysterionics Productions.................................. 20

Kate Smurthwaite.............................................. 23

Hystoria.............................................................. 56

Katerina Vrana: Feta With The Queen.............. 18

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Kean Productions.............................................. 56

I Can Make You A Mentalist............................... 10

Kerry Jo Hodgkin & Ladyblue Music................ 11

I Look: I Divine................................................... 56

Kevin Dewsbury - Out Now............................... 18

Ian Harvey Stone................................................ 13

Kiki Lovechild’s The Weatherman............... 11,57

Ian Peaston........................................................ 50

Killers by Glenn Chandler................................. 57

Idlers of the Enlightenment, a Symposium...... 38

King Porter Stomp + Special Guests................ 45

Dreams: Our Virtual Reality?............................ 36

Dylan Rhymer - Hard Miles............................... 16

E East of the Sun.................................................. 44 EastEnd Cabaret: Notoriously Kinky................ 10 Eat A Queer Foetus 4 Jesus.............................. 16 Eccentronic presents: Neurovision................... 10 Edana Mighella Quintet..................................... 45 Eddie Yank Production presents: Fanti Acrobats International............................. 25 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society.................... 29 Egozentricity - Happiness Lab.......................... 10 Eidolon............................................................... 44 Elal Productions.......................................... 39, 49 Elderflower Fields 2013........................ 28, 32, 44 Electric Mouse Comedy.................................... 16 Ella Good and Nicki Kent.................................. 68 Ellen Southern and Ensemble.......................... 44 Embarrassing Mother....................................... 16 Embassy Court Tour.......................................... 69 End to End.......................................................... 54 Ensemble Reza - String Ensemble................... 44 Escape from East Berlin................................... 10 EstradeProductions........................................... 40 Exchange Events Ltd............................. 12, 34, 67 Exhibition of Art Work by Residents................. 72 Existential Pants................................................ 20 Expiry tbc........................................................... 54 Exploring Senses CIC........................................ 31

F Fado with Claudia Aurora.................................. 44 Failure (Other Opportunities for Non-Linear Success)................................... 54 Famous Brighton Back Passages..................... 69 Fan Dance Theatre Company............................ 25 Fanti Acrobats International............................. 25 Farley Farm House............................................ 72 Farm Mews Collective Art Show....................... 72 Fat Git Theatre................................................... 62 Faulty Towers the Dining Experience............... 54

Garrett Millerick: Sensible Answers to Stupid Questions............. 16 Gary Colman- Chunt!........................................ 16 Gather Ye Rosebuds.......................................... 55 Genteel Tipple Through Gin in Literature......... 36 Geoff Norcott Occasionally Sells Out................ 16 Geoff Plant......................................................... 72 Geoffrey Mead’s Montpelier and Clifton walk.... 69 Geoffrey Mead’s North Laine Walk................... 69 Gerry Thompson, Positive Comedy Training.... 75 Gesualdo: Genius and Murderer!...................... 44 Get it Right!........................................................ 55 Ghost Walk of the Lanes................................... 69 Global sustainability: is there governance?...... 28 Go on, No One’s Looking. Be Naughty.............. 72 God’s Teeth: A Choral Electronic Phantasm.... 44 Going Going Gone.............................................. 72 Grand Eclair....................................................... 10 Granny’s Gone Wild........................................... 10 Grasshopper Takes Over The Brunswick......... 44 Grégoire Aubert................................................. 11 Grimm Tales and Fugee.................................... 55 Guilt and Shame................................................ 16 Guitars-maestosomusic.com........................... 47 Gunpowder Theatre/ Magus Theatre Productions.......................................... 52

H Hammer and Tongue / Adventure Poetry......... 31 Handprint Theatre............................................. 34 Hanover the Musical.......................................... 56 Harmony in the Community.............................. 43 Haunted Voices II............................................... 44 Helen Keen........................................................ 16 Helen Keen: Into the Beyond............................ 16 Hendrick’s British Ambassador, Duncan McRae...................................... 36, 38, 39 Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge.................... 36 Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge Bar............. 38 High Vis.............................................................. 56 Hijack Comedy................................................... 32

Katrina Brown and Han Buhrs.......................... 32

I’m With Stupid.................................................. 17

Kiss of the Red Menace..................................... 11

Improvisation Skills for Business Leadership.. 74

Kompact Theatre company............................... 12

In & Out of Love................................................. 45

KPS Productions Ltd......................................... 54

In Capacity House.............................................. 56

Krapp’s Last Tape.............................................. 57

In Extremis......................................................... 56 In the Red........................................................... 56

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In Transit a solo show........................................ 25

La Belle Musique............................................... 45

In Your Dreams!................................................. 56

La Clique............................................................ 11

Inbrook......................................................... 50, 68

Labyrinth - A Walking Meditation..................... 74

Inconvenient Spoof............................................ 53

Lady of the Wild West Hill!.......................... 38, 57

India Macleod: La Haine.................................... 17

Larry Dean & Kim Hope.................................... 24

Indian Singing with Heart and Soul!................. 74

Late Night Gimp Fight....................................... 18

Indie Rock Band “The Big Figure”.................... 45

Laughing Horse Comedy........... 14, 16, 18, 19, 74

ink_d gallery...................................................... 71

Laughing Horse Pick of the Fringe................... 18

Instant Theatre.................................................. 57

Laura Tindle....................................................... 21

Interactive Theatre International...................... 54

Laurel and Hardy............................................... 57

International Artists Lunchtime Concerts........ 45

Le Flop............................................................... 18

International Feminist Journal of Politics (IFjP).... 27

Le Mot Juste...................................................... 65

International Stud.............................................. 57

Learn Buteyko Limited...................................... 75

Iona Jette’s The Orgasm Management Monologue.................................. 17

Left or Right?..................................................... 57

iProv Shuffle with The Hee-Ha’s....................... 17

Lenny Peters - Lost in Nonsense..................... 18

Irresponsible Decorators- Theatre Company.. 51

Les Enfants Terribles........................................ 66

Legion of Doom’s Sketchpocolypse Now.......... 18

Isovuka Production & Promotions.................... 40

Les Hull........................................................ 22, 63

It Came From Our Brains!................................. 17

Let’s Get Angry: An Adolescent Experience..... 57

It’s Not Easy Being Yellow................................. 17

Let’s Face the Music.......................................... 45

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Lewes Barn Dance............................................ 45

Jack the Ripper: Facts, No Fiction................... 28

Lights! Camera! Improvise!.............................. 18

Jackie Marsh-Hobbs......................................... 69 James Campbell - Comedy 4 Kids................... 34 James Dowdeswell & Vladimir McTavish......... 22 James Mullinger: Man With No Shame........... 17

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Life of Brian....................................................... 45 Like They Are..................................................... 59 Lilac Lark Fair................................................... 28 Linos Wengara & Zimbaremabwe Mbira Vibes.... 46 Lisa Faye............................................................ 12

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Lisa Thomas Management............................... 20

Multiplex by Christopher William Hill............... 59

Paul Sparks (Mandolin), The Carmen Rollers..... 43

Rock Brighton.................................................... 71

Little Cauliflower Theatre Company................. 35

Music and Wine at St. Luke’s............................ 44

Paul Vickers and Laughing Horse.................... 12

Roedean School................................................. 43

Little Green Pig and Carlos Garde-Martin............................. 31, 72, 74

Music at St Michael’s................40, 42 - 44, 47, 48

Pauline Curtin.................................................... 17

Romeo and Rosaline......................................... 62

Little Joe’s Cautionary Tales....................... 34, 59

Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals....... 34

Pavilion Gardens Cafe History Tour.................. 70

Rosy Heights Productions................................. 59

Music for Aardvarks Fringe Party..................... 34

PBH Edinburgh Free Fringe.............................. 20

Rottingdean Writers’ Group.............................. 39

Musicool............................................................. 46

PBH’s Free Fringe @ Sticky Mike’s................... 20

Rough Guide to Being an Outsider................... 29

Must Not Drink Champagne............................. 60

Peaceful Lion..................................................... 31

Rowena Easton.................................................. 51

Mustardseed Theatre Company........................ 68

Persuaded.......................................................... 60

Rue Royale + Guests.......................................... 47

My Friend Lester............................................... 59

Pet Sounds v Sgt. Pepper.................................. 47

Rumpelstiltskin........................................... 34, 63

My Map Of Brighton........................................... 72

Pete Picks Your Brains!............................... 11, 34

My Son’s Not Rainman: John Williams............ 19

Peter Campbell-Wells........................... 11, 34, 35

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Myminidisco....................................................... 31

Peter Farr.............................................. 39, 65, 73

Mzz Kimberley & Son of a Tutu......................... 12

Petra Massey from Spymonkey......................... 32

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Phil Kay Comedy Cycle Tour Gig....................... 20

Nathalie Colas and Eugenia Cheng.................. 45

Love Train.......................................................... 46

Philomena Harmsworth.................................... 71

Nathan Cassidy: Winner (work in progress)..... 19

Love You Productions........................................ 24

Philosophy Garden...................................... 29, 38

Nathan Human.................................................. 55

Lucky Dog Theatre Productions................. 28, 57

Phoenix Brighton............................................... 72

National Arts Festival and DL Productions...... 63

Luisa Omielan: Am I Right Ladies!?................. 18

Piazzolla/O’Carolan. Violin and Guitar Recital.... 47

Luisa Omielan: What Would Beyonce Do?!...... 18

National Arts Festival South Africa/Followspot Productions............... 15

Pickwick on Tour............................................... 67

Lunchtime Concerts at the Chapel Royal......... 45

Neil McFarlane’s First Period........................... 19

Lynn Ruth Miller.......................................... 10, 38

Nervous Doll Dancing....................................... 44

Lyrics to Life...................................................... 59

New Act Night.................................................... 19

Little Soldier Productions................................. 68 Little Sunday: Creative Workshops for Mothers.... 74 Lived in Face...................................................... 18 Livestock............................................................ 65 LLL Productions................................................ 54 London Reggae Festival 2000........................... 40 LondonBRC Project for Burning Man 2013...... 72 Lose Nose Puppets........................................... 31 Lotta Quizeen . .................................................. 63 Louise Hume..................................................... 70 Love Left Hanging............................................. 59

New Venture Theatre................................... 51, 60

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New Writing South...................................... 36, 39

M&M.................................................................. 69

NHR Organic Oils Workshops........................... 74

Mace & Burton Present... Rom Com Con........ 18

Nice Weather for Airstrikes Festival................. 46

Mace & Burton Present... When I Grow Up...... 18

Nice Weather for Airstrikes Records................ 46

Mace and Burton............................................... 18

Nicely, Thank You.............................................. 64

Mad Hatter Tea party......................................... 38

Nick Pynn and Kate Daisy Grant....................... 46

Mad, Bad World of Jeff Keen............................ 38

Night After Night by Neil Bartlett..................... 59

Madame Geneva - Rascal or Royalty?.............. 38

Night of the Living Tories.................................. 19

Madame Mesmer.............................................. 10

Nik Coppin - Mixed Racist................................. 19

Maggot............................................................... 59

No Exit................................................................ 60

Magic and Mayhem........................................... 34

No Man’s Land................................................... 60

Magnificent Bastard Productions............... 21, 63

No Moral Compass............................................ 19

Magnus Volk’s Mystery Machine....................... 34

NoFit State......................................................... 52

Mahri Reilly Curveball Collective Scotland...... 63

Noise Next Door’s Comedy Lock-in.................. 19

Make Tea, Not War............................................ 59

Non Applicable Dance Collective...................... 25

Marcel................................................................ 59

North Laine Pub Mini Fringe Festival............... 46

Mark Allen......................................................... 22

Northbrook Theatre........................................... 65

Mark Diamond’s Breakup Haircuts.................. 18

Notorious Women of Brighton.......................... 70

Martha McBrier................................................. 35

Nylons................................................................ 60

Mary Pearson.................................................... 54 Masterclass Workshops.................................... 74

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Matt Green: Alive............................................... 18

Odd Stumble................................................ 23, 65

Matt Rudge: Rudge Against the Machine......... 19

Off the Cuff’s Improvised Comedy Spectacular.... 19

Matthew vanKan................................................ 45

Off Track’s Blue Remembered Hills................. 53

Max and Ivan: The Reunion............................... 19

Phil Kay: ...Freewheelin’ Mirth Peddler............ 20

Pie Eyed............................................................. 11 Piers and Queers............................................... 70 Pillow-Talk......................................................... 60 Pink Fringe........................................................ 52 Pint and Play Productions................................. 57 Pint Dreams....................................................... 60 Plant Sale........................................................... 29 Playgroup..................................................... 29, 48 Poe..................................................................... 60 Poet.................................................................... 60 Politiker Productions......................................... 65 Pornography by Simon Stephens..................... 62 Portmanteau...................................................... 57 Pranks and Mischief.......................................... 38 Presented by Dermot McLaughlin.................... 56 Presenting With Confidence & Humour Taster.... 74 Press & Release................................................ 72 Pride and Prejudice........................................... 62 Pride Gala Double Bill....................................... 11 Pride Gala with Ceri Dupree............................. 11 Professor Elemental’s Attic............................... 47 Puddles.............................................................. 62 Puppets, Snowmen, Angels & Tin Soldiers...... 47 Pygmalion.......................................................... 62

Q Queen of Heaven............................................... 47

Sajeela Kershi: Always Miss Moneypenny! (Work-in-progress)............................................ 20 Sameena Zehra - Homicidal Pacifist................ 20 Sanctuary Supported Living.............................. 72 Sandpit Arts................................................. 55, 67 Sarah Angliss............................................... 28, 44 Sarah Campbell: Experiments in Fun.............. 21 Sarah Jane Morris & Antonio Forcione............ 47 Sarah Tobias & Valentina Lari........................... 28 Sarah-Jane Morris & Antonio Forcione........... 47 Sarfraz Manzoor................................................ 17 Satellite Industries............................................ 14 Savvy Theatre Company.................................... 53 Scallywags......................................................... 63 Scarlet Lights.............................................. 14, 51 Schadenfreude Productions Limited................ 16 Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre............ 21 Scottish Falsetto Socks - In Space................... 21 Scrawl & Richard Jordan Productions............. 53 Screaming Julie................................................. 21 Sean McLoughlin: Backbone............................ 21 Secret City Screening with Filmmakers Q&A...... 29 Sell Your Show on the Fringe............................ 29 Sex Guru: The Sexological Comedy Show.... 11, 21 Sex, Lies and Lots of Cake................................ 21 Sexual Freaky Friday......................................... 21 Shadows on the Wall......................................... 63 Shaggers............................................................ 21 Shambush.......................................................... 30 Sheep Theatre................................................... 67 Shelf Life: Modern Home Management........... 63 Shit-Faced Shakespeare............................. 21, 63 Shortt and Sweett Productions......................... 18 Show and Tell..................................................... 60 Shrieking Sisterhood......................................... 70 Signor Baffo....................................................... 34

Quids In Theatre Company................................ 57

Sir Peter Blake’s Art Bus.................................. 72

Off Track Theatre Productions.......................... 60

Quintessential Anthology of Gin Particularly Hendrick’s..................................... 38

Sister Acts.......................................................... 12

Maxine Jones..................................................... 16

Old Saw Theatre................................................ 59

Quite Nice Theatre............................................. 66

Sit Down & Draw............................................... 21

May Day Memories: Tell Us Yours..................... 28

Oliver Meech: When Magic & Science Collide..... 11 On The Beach by John Osborne........................ 60

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Six Lips Theatre................................................. 60

Mayem Productions........................................... 15 MCH Productions.............................................. 65

On the Spot Productions................................... 51

Rachel Fryer - Piano......................................... 42

Sleeping Trees................................................... 66

Meadowlands Festival....................................... 46

One Way Theatre Solar Powered Cinema......... 29

Radio Days......................................................... 47

Slice Sussex....................................................... 27

Merkriti........................................................ 27, 30

Only in Brighton..................................... 19, 60, 70

Radio Days Time Machine................................. 47

Small World....................................................... 63

Mess................................................................... 59

OnO Theatre Ensemble............................... 35, 67

Ragroof Tea Dance............................................ 25

Smoke and Oakum Theatre.............................. 64

Mick Perrin Worldwide...................................... 18

Open studio: Recent paintings, drawings, woodcuts........................................... 72

Raija Walker....................................................... 43

Smoking Apples........................................... 35, 66

Operation: Love Story........................................ 60

Rainbow Chorus Sings Out!.............................. 47

Snigger Happy................................................... 21

Random Acts Theatre Company....................... 66

Snuff Box Theatre.............................................. 64

Rattle Tales........................................................ 38 Raving Mad Theatre.......................................... 60

Snuff Box Theatre & Richard Jordan Productions.......................... 52

Re:Conception Theatre...................................... 63

Soapy Sam......................................................... 34

Reality Street..................................................... 49

Soldiers’ Wives by Sarah Daniels...................... 63

Middle Street Synagogue.................................. 69 Mikelangelo and The Black Sea Gentlemen.... 11 Mike Strong (Tour Guide)................................... 70 Mike Wozniak: Take The Hit.............................. 19 Mini Mall...................................................... 35, 66 Miranda Kane.................................................... 22 Mischief Theatre................................................ 18

Organic Essential Oil Distillation, Cooking. Screen-printing.................................. 74 Otherplace Productions.................. 20, 28, 44, 53 Out of the Trunk Productions............................ 53 Overhead Wires Music Presents....................... 46

Sirens Present Soul of the Sea......................... 47

Slap & Giggle: Religion............................... 21, 47

Red Brick Comedy Club.................................... 20

SomeNews.co.uk............................................... 23

Red Herring Productions.................................. 63

Someone Else’s Shoes...................................... 63

Miss Givings....................................................... 59

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Monkeydog......................................................... 56

Packpins and Pastores...................................... 50

RedBlondeProductions..................................... 45

Something Underground Theatre Company... 52, 66

MOOT - Music of our Time................................ 46

Paddy O’Keeffe.................................................. 52

Something Witty................................................ 65

MOOT presents Nicholas McCarthy Left-Hand Pianist.............................................. 46

Palmfest............................................................. 47

Reigate Grammar School Puppet Theatre Company........................... 34, 59 Return to Venice................................................ 62

Songs from Musicals and the Beatles.............. 47

Revan and Fennell............................................. 17

Soop................................................................... 63

Rhythmical Ravings and Rants......................... 23

Soulful Singing.................................................. 29

Ria Lina.............................................................. 17

South Coast Soul Revue.................................... 48

Richard Darbourne . ......................................... 63

Southdown Housing Association...................... 72

Rick Kiesewetter: Chink.................................... 20

Southern Water................................................. 69

MOOT presents Paul Silverthorne Viola Recital.... 46 MOOT presents Stimmung with Intimate Voices.. 46 MOOT presents The Bionic Ear Show............... 46 MOOT presents The Ligeti Quartet................... 46 MOOT presents The Rite of Spring................... 46

Panda Pride!...................................................... 20 Pants No Strings Attached................................ 20 Paperfeet Theatre.............................................. 60 Park Bench Dance Theatre............................... 25 Patrick Lappin................................................... 24

Morgan & West: Clockwork Miracles............... 19

Patrick Morris: Patiently Waiting for Zooey Deschanel.......................................... 20

Most Haunted Pubs Tour................................... 70

Paul Dennis: Almost Blunted Purpose............. 20

Movin’ Melvin Brown......................................... 49

Paul Griffiths: A Near Miss............................... 72

Mr Pineapple Head............................................ 34

Paul Gunn & Worsted........................................ 11

Much Ado About Noshing.................................. 38

Paul Shaw.......................................................... 59

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Songs for a New World...................................... 47

Ripley Theatre.............................................. 34, 54

Space Invaders: Children’s Social Media......... 29

Road by Jim Cartwright..................................... 62

Spanner In The Works Theatre Company......... 68

Rob Auton: The Yellow Show............................. 20

Sparkle and Dark’s Travelling Players....... 35, 64

Rob Deb Big Bang Theory of life....................... 20

Speakers’ Corner: A Platform For You.............. 63

Robet Inston....................................................... 53

Spring Seedling Swap....................................... 29

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Spun Glass Theatre........................................... 68

The Cow Play..................................................... 64

Square Peg Theatre........................................... 55

The Curse of the Sinister Testicles................... 22

St Ann’s Croquet Centenary.............................. 29

The Damsel in Shining Armour........................ 12

St Ann’s Well Gardens Spring Festival............. 48

The Day The Fairy Dust Landed........................ 64

ST Enterprises................................................... 62

The Destroyers - Balkan Big Band............. 29, 48

Stand Up, Woman........................................ 21, 63

The Dog-Eared Collective: Skit Stirrers........... 22

Stand-up Comedy Workshop Taster................. 74

The Door............................................................ 64

Stand-up for Labour.......................................... 21

The Drawing Circus: Prologue.......................... 75

Stand-Up Scotland............................................ 21

The Dream Lab.................................................. 38

Stand-Up: The Musical...................................... 21

The Dream Studio.............................................. 39

Steel Dragon Music........................................... 48

The Dress Circle by Laurie Graham................. 64

The Ray Charles Experience by Movin’ Melvin Brown..................................... 49

Musical Theatre Cabaret................................... 12

The Real MacGuffins......................................... 23

University of Brighton Festival of Research..... 28

The Red Lamps.................................................. 49 The Revenge Fantasy Club................................ 65 The Rhythm Method Tour 2013......................... 23 The Ruffian On The Stair................................... 65

University of Brighton...................... 28, 30, 36, 72 University of Sussex Drama Society................. 23 Unkempt Comedy.............................................. 17 Unmanageable.................................................. 24

The Secret Garden............................................. 65

Unusually Useful Contents of Kitchen Cupboards........................................ 39

The Secrets of Vedic Maths............................... 39

Up on the Downs............................................... 50

The Self Help Group + Support......................... 49

Ursa Maior Teatro.............................................. 59

The Sexual Awakening of Peter Mayo............... 65

Steel Town.......................................................... 48

The Dying Days of Blair..................................... 22

The Silent Movie Experience............................. 30

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Stella.................................................................. 63

The Embroidered Tattoo Parlour @ Beyond Retro.................................................. 73

The Silent Stream.............................................. 66

Vamos.......................................................... 32, 55

The Singing Heart.............................................. 74

The Falsetto Sings Gilbert & Sullivan............... 48

The Singing Silver.............................................. 30

VanBuren & Gandey’s Victorian Wonders Carnival............................... 67

Stella Graham: A Pint of Stella......................... 22 Steve Andrews: ‘Searching for Stevie-Man’..... 22 Steven Berkoff’s ‘East’...................................... 63 Stickyback Theatre............................................ 14 Still Life with Songs...................................... 12,48 Stories with Tea................................................. 38 Strange Attractor & Disinformation................. 39 Street Dreams................................................... 35 Streisand - The Main Event............................... 12 Stress & The Entertainment Professional........ 75 Strung-Out......................................................... 22 Stuart Black....................................................... 19 Stuperstition...................................................... 63 Such Stuff Theatre Company...................... 62, 66 Sugar & Vice/HMD Productions........................ 10 Sugar and Honey............................................... 66 Supply & Demand.............................................. 59 Supported by Legal & General.......................... 43 Sussex Annual Beer and Cricket Festival......... 29 Sussex Chrysanthemum and Dahlia Society.... 29 Sussex County Cricket Club.............................. 29 Sussex Symphony Orchestra............................ 40 Sweet Bird Productions..................................... 68 Sword and I........................................................ 22

T Take the Space................................................... 63 Taking Flight Theatre Company.................. 14, 51 Tales Of The Tombola........................................ 63

The Family Festival................................ 28, 32, 44

The Sleeping Trees Odyssey.............................. 66

The Fantasist..................................................... 64

The SomeNews Live Show - Free..................... 23

The Feather Catcher......................................... 35

The Soul Dome............................................ 27, 31

The Feather Catcher: Interactive Story Time..... 75

The Stories of Shakey P.................................... 39

The Fretful Federation Mandolin Guitar Orchestra................................ 48

The Studio 9 Orchestra...................................... 49

The Fringe @ City College................................. 64 The Fringe at the Foundry................................. 73 The Garden House............................................. 29 The Garden House Plant Fair............................ 29 The Gilbert & Sullivan Society for Sussex........ 48 The Girl With No Heart................................ 35, 64 The Girl With The Iron Claws...................... 35, 64 The Glories of Antiphony................................... 48 The God Particle................................................ 64 The Graduate - An Adaptation for the Stage.... 64 The Gramophones Theatre Company............... 54 The Grape and The Grain.................................. 22 The Great Brighton Skate Race........................ 29 The Great I Am................................................... 64 The Guilty Dream................................... 39, 65, 73 The Harbour Theatre Company........................ 53 The Hee-Ha’s..................................................... 17 The Hidden History of First Base...................... 70 The Hill and Weedon Fan Club.......................... 22 The Hope’s Free Fringe..................................... 48 The Hour............................................................ 39 The House Of Gubbins....................................... 22

Tanglehead Productions directed by Rikki Tarascas.......................... 64, 65

The Humble Quest for Universal Genius.......... 22

Tangram Theatre Company............................... 52

The Idealist.................................................. 23, 65

Tea for Two......................................................... 22

The Illuminated................................................. 73

Team Wonderful................................................ 19

The Immigrant Diaries...................................... 65

‘Tempest’ & ‘Waldstein’ Sonatas...................... 48

The Importance of Being Earnest..................... 65

Terry Arkwright: The Dark Helmet Speaks... 22, 63

The Importance of Being Earnest, 1936........... 65

Terry Garoghan ‘The Devil Keeps Tugging!’..... 12

The Interdimensional Wizard............................ 39

Terry Pack Palimpsest Quintet......................... 40

The Iron Boot Scrapers Shindig Jamboree...... 48

That Pair (Formerly The Silky Pair).................. 22

The John Lake Trio with Jackie Sampson........ 50

The Altitude Brothers........................................ 64

The Kali Collective............................................. 56

The Art of Living Foundation............................. 49

The Kemp Town Carnival Association............... 29

The Bare Guitarist The Panda Chronicles........ 12

The Kiosk: A See, Do, Connect Experience...... 25

The Barefoot Players......................................... 62

The Labour Representation Committee... 27, 28, 29

The Barking Cats!.............................................. 55

The Lady Boys of Bangkok................................ 12

The Basement................................................... 53

The Last Lectures.............................................. 23

The Stuff of Dreams Theatre Company............ 59 The Sugar and Honey Cook-Along!.................. 66 The sun that casts no shadows........................ 66 The Supreme Fabulettes & Friends.................. 12 The Tempest...................................................... 66 The Three Englishmen...................................... 24 The Tim Bat Trick Show.................................... 35 The Top Shelf..................................................... 49 The Treason Show............................................. 24 The Trench......................................................... 66 The Twitnits........................................................ 24 The Ultimate Kate Bush Experience................. 30

Vesta................................................................... 67 VG Lee.......................................................... 38, 57 Violin Variations................................................. 50 Visual Artist Paul Penekth................................ 71 Vitai Lampada - The Power of Woman............ 39 Vladimir McTavish plus Guests......................... 21 Vocal Explosion.................................................. 50 Vocal Explosion, Kalamus and Guests............. 50 Voices and Viols................................................. 50 Votes For Women............................................... 70

W Waterloo Sunset................................................ 67 Watts Music Productions.................................. 30 We Are Goose..................................................... 24 WeGotTickets & Laughing Horse Comedy....... 24

The Very Scariesome Lollipop Lady.................. 35

WeGotTickets Brighton Fringe New Act Competition......................................... 24

The Visitor.......................................................... 66

Well-Behaved Women Rarely Make History..... 68

The Well............................................................. 66

West Papua Traditional Art-Cultural Events.... 73

The Wind that Shook the Barley....................... 49

Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang.................... 68

The Wordcatcher......................................... 35, 66

White Canvas..................................................... 68

The Wrong Crowd........................................ 35, 64

White Room Theatre & Bite-Size Plays.... 35, 64, 75

The Yoga Jam..................................................... 49

Why Don’t We Kill Ourselves?........................... 24

Theatre Rheo..................................................... 51

Wild Thing I Love You......................................... 68

Theatre Témoin................................................. 64

Will Mars: Americana (Preview)........................ 24

Theremin Jam Session...................................... 39

Will You Hold My Hand?..................................... 24

This Time Next Year........................................... 66

William Fowler................................................... 38

This Was Your Life............................................. 66

Window............................................................... 68

Thomasjams...................................................... 24

Winter’s Journey.......................................... 50, 68

Three Girl Rumba.............................................. 44

Wired Reality: Networked World....................... 30

Three Kinds of Me............................................. 66

Wired Theatre.................................................... 52

ThreeD at Boxbird.............................................. 73

Witness Theatre................................................. 68

Threegomaniacs................................................ 24

Woman-Utan and Other Stories....................... 13

Thrust........................................................... 54, 62

Words Apart....................................................... 68

Tibet in Brighton................................................ 73

Working Matters Ltd.......................................... 70

Tim Bat.............................................................. 35

World Premiere of Brighton’s Hottest Talent..... 42

Tin Box Theatre.................................................. 60

Wotlarx Enterprises........................................... 53

Tiny Tempest................................................ 35, 66

WOW Women Of The World............................... 50

Titus................................................................... 67

Write Fiction with Wendy Ann Greenhalgh....... 39

Toby Brown........................................................ 21

Writers Allowed................................................. 39

Tom Dussek Ltd................................................. 54

www.brightoncitywalks.com............................. 69

Tom Walsh: Talk................................................. 24 Tomas Ahlbeck.................................................. 16

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Tony Haase......................................................... 64

Xara Vaughan......................................... 13, 50, 68

Touched Theatre................................................ 53

Y

The Battle of the Sexes..................................... 12

The Life & Adventures of Billy the Kid.............. 65

The Beta Males.................................................. 22

The Lovely Brothers.......................................... 12

The Big Bite-Size Breakfast.................. 35, 64, 75

The Machine...................................................... 35

The Big Blues Bash........................................... 48

The Marked Cloth - Conspicuous Consumption... 29

The BIG Brighton Fringe Fair............................ 72

The Martini Cocktail. Stirred, Not Shaken........ 39

The Big Match.................................................... 35

The Martlets Hospice........................................ 44

The Blues Corporation Live!............................. 48

The Maternal Instinct (by Monica Bauer)......... 65

The Bob Blackman Appreciation Society Presents................................................ 22

The Maydays...................................................... 23

The Bourne Improvables................................... 22

The Meeting....................................................... 23

The Boy Friend................................................... 64

The Modernists by Jeff Noon............................ 65

The Brighton Academy...................................... 46

The Moors.......................................................... 49

The Brighton Horror Walk................................. 70

The News at Kate 2013...................................... 23

The Brighton Laboratory................................... 66

The Noise Next Door......................................... 19

The BRIT School Theatre Department............. 66

The North Laine Pub and Brewery................... 46

The Brunswick........................... 43, 45, 47, 48, 49

The One-Eyed Men: Cookin’ Up Trouble!.......... 23

The Bubbles for Breakfast Puppet Show......... 35

The Original Brighton Cemetery Tour.............. 70

The Carrie Tree Trio........................................... 40

The Overcoat...................................................... 65

The Classical Buteyko Method.......................... 75

The Pardoner’s Tale........................................... 65

The Classics of Magic!...................................... 35

The Purple Teapot Puppet Company................ 35

The Coin-Operated Girl..................................... 22

The Ragroof Players.......................................... 25

Uncle Montague’s Stories from the Shadows................................................ 35, 67

The Corelli Ensemble Play Bach...................... 48

The Rat Pack Productions Ltd.......................... 19

‘Uncomplicated’ a Contemporary

The Medic Revue............................................... 23

Varndean Studio Theatre Company.................. 67

Touched Theatre & Friends............................... 52 Towards Enlightenment.................................... 50 TrailBlaze theatre company.............................. 63 Training for Trainers with Comedy Improvisation. 75 Transit.......................................................... 25, 67 Transition Productions...................................... 47

Yama Theatre Productions................................ 53 Yori Yori Love Chat Luisa Pat............................ 24 You and Me......................................................... 68 You Know Me, I’m Jack Ruby!........................... 68 You Left Me in the Dark..................................... 68

Trapped Wind Productions.......................... 17, 56

Your Place Or Mind............................................ 13

Treasure Hunt: By the Sea................................ 70

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Trials and Tribulations of Mr Pickwick............. 67 Tribal Fusion Belly Dance................................. 25 Tribal Remix....................................................... 25 Triptych.............................................................. 67 Tunnel................................................................ 67 Twonkey’s Blue Cababra................................... 12

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Zaza Music......................................................... 45 Zimbaremabwe Mbira Vibes............................. 46 Zion Dance Company.................................. 25, 52 Zombie Institute for Theoretical Studies.......... 24 Zombie Science: Worst Case Scenario............. 24 Zuby & Shaodow................................................ 50

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Venue Keys

Wheelchair Access Bar

30 Gerard Street G4 30

Brighton and Hove Junior School B3 206

Farley Farm House

Brighton BN1 4NW

Radinden Manor Road, Hove BN3 6NH

Muddles Green, Chiddingly BN8 6HW

www.bhhs.gdst.net/Junior-School/juniorearly-years.html

www.alicewaltonceramics.co.uk

5 Warleigh Road H4 5 Brighton BN14NT

Brighton Buddhist Centre G7 33

www.gardenhousebrighton.co.uk

17 Tichborne Street, Brighton BN1 1UR

7 North Road G7 7

www.brightonbuddhistcentre.co.uk

8 Eastern Terrace Mews, Brighton BN2 1EP

A Academy of Creative Training H9 260

Jilted Dog Art & Design J8 90

Farm Mews C6 10

90 Essex Place, Montague Street, Kemp Town BN2 1LL

Farm Road, Hove BN3 1GH

www.jilteddogart.com

www.nakedeyebrighton.com

Jubilee Library G7 96 www.citylibraries.info

www.kisociety.org.uk

www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/fiddlerselbow & www.facebook.com/fiddlerselbowbrighton

Jubilee Square G7 71

Brighton Little Theatre E7 34

First Base Day Centre D6 343

Studio Theatre, 9 Clarence Gardens, Brighton BN1 2EG

St. Stephen’s Hall, Montpelier Place, Brighton BN1 3BF

www.the-little.co.uk

Brighton Marina

www.actbrighton.org

Brighton Marina, Brighton BN2 5WA

K9 202

www.brightonmarina.co.uk

Jubilee Square, Brighton BN1 1GE

www.bht.org.uk/services/first-base-day-centre/

Komedia G7 106

Friends’ Meeting House G8 70

Friese-Greene House, 15-17 Middle Street, Brighton BN1 1AL

Ship Street, Brighton BN1 1AF

www.ambassadorbrighton.co.uk

Brighton Media Centre Studio F8 73

Aperol Spritz Social G8 200

Friese-Greene House, 15-17 Middle Street, Brighton BN1 1AL

Famous Spiegel Garden in association with Aperol Spritz, The Old Steine, Brighton BN1 1NT

www.facebook.com/ukaperolspritz

www.mediacentre.org

Brighton Rep Theatre at The Globe F8 291

13 Bond Street, Brighton BN1 1RD

www.artrepublic.com

Asa Briggs Lecture Theatre

K1 293

Checkland Building, University of Brighton Falmer Campus, Brighton BN1 9PH

www.sussex.ac.uk

At The Coach House J8 11 22 Walpole Road, Kemp town, Brighton BN2 0EA

www.atthecoachhouse.co.uk

Audio / Above Audio H8 159 10 Marine Parade, Brighton BN2 1TL

www.audiobrighton.com

78 Middle Street, Brighton BN1 1AL

www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/globe

Fulton A Lecture Theatre, University of Sussex K1 47 University of Sussex Falmer, Brighton BN1 9SJ

www.sussex.ac.uk

www.latestmusicbar.co.uk

FunkyFish Club H8 272 New Madeira Hotel, Marine parade, Brighton BN2 1TL

42 Vine Street, Brighton BN1 4AG

www.beyondretro.com

Bom-Bane’s Music Cafe H8 51 24 George St, Brighton BN2 1RH

Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick H5 217 39 Ditchling Road, Brighton BN1 4SB

G

www.brightonfringefest.co.uk

Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin G5 259

Garden Café C6 12

Laughing Horse @ The Quadrant F7 247

North Laine, Brighton BN1 4AQ

31 York Place, Brighton BN1 4GU

12 North Street, Brighton BN1 3GJ

Brighton Unitarian Church G7 39

St Ann’s Well Garden, Hove BN3 6BA

New Road, Brighton BN1 1UF

www.thegardencafehove.co.uk

www.brightonfringefest.co.uk

Gothic Chapel J3 446

Laughing Horse @ The Temple D7 270

Woodvale Extra-Mural Cemetery, Lewes Road, Brighton BN2 3QB

121 Western Road, Brighton BN1 2AD

www.brightonfringefest.co.uk

Green Door Store G5 463

Lewes Town Hall

Lower Good Yard under Brighton Train Station, Brighton BN1 4FQ

High St, Lewes BN7 2QS

www.lewes-tc.gov.uk

www.thegreendoorstore.co.uk

M

www.brightonunitarian.org.uk

Brighton Youth Centre I8 97 64 Edwards Street, Brighton BN2 0JR

www.brightonyouthcentre.org.uk

Pelham Street, Brighton BN14FA

Beyond Retro G6 183

14-17 Manchester St, Brighton BN2 1TF

www.brightonfringefest.co.uk

www.audreyemerton.co.uk

www.stately-homes.com/bentley-houseand-motor-museum

Latest Music Bar H8 95

www.gallery40.co.uk

www.bucfp.org

City College Brighton and Hove G6 385

Halland BN8 5AF

L

6 Tilbury Place, Brighton BN2 0GY

C

K1 4

www.komedia.co.uk/brighton

Gallery40 G6 40

Eastern Road, Brighton BN2 5BE

B

44-46 Gardner St, Brighton BN1 1UN

Brighton Unemployed Centre Families Project I7 38

Audrey Emerton Building K9 44

Bentley Country Estate

www.brightonquakers.co.uk

www.funkyfishclub.co.uk

artrepublic G7 41

Knoyle Hall E1 379 www.brightonstjohn.org.uk

Brighton Media Centre Gallery F8 73

22-23 New Steine, Brighton BN2 1PD

K

Freehold Terrace Brighton BN2 4AA

www.allsaintshove.org

www.mediacentre.org

www.thebasement.uk.com

Knoyle Road, Brighton BN1 6RB

Freehold Studio I3 45

The Drive Eaton Road, Hove BN3 3QE

Ambassador Hotel H8 16

J

www.farleyfarmhouse.co.uk

Jubilee Street, Brighton BN1 1GE

8-10 Rock Place, Brighton BN2 1PF

All Saints Church A5 56

M9 Grid reference

11 Boyces Street, Brighton BN1 1AN

12 Queen Square, Brighton BN1 3FD

8 Eastern Terrace Mews K9 178

K1 92

No Wheelchair Access

18 Venue number

Fiddler’s Elbow F8 214

Brighton Ki Centre F7 21

7 North Road, Brighton BN1 1YA

Disabled Toilets

Off the Map

K1 334

www.ccb.ac.uk

H

Clarendon Centre G5 151

Hannah House C7 490

47 New England St, Brighton BN1 4GQ

Garden Flat, 12 Brunswick Terrace, Hove BN3 1HL

www.mangetoutbrighton.co.uk

Hanover Community Centre I6 91

Marlborough Theatre H8 110

www.clarendoncentre.org.uk

Mange Tout G6 81 81 Trafalgar street, North Laines, Brighton BN1 4EB

4 Princes St, Brighton BN2 1RD

Community Base F7 8

33 Southover St, Brighton BN2 9UD

113 Queens Road, Brighton BN1 3XG

www.hanovercommunity.org.uk

www.marlboroughtheatre.org.uk

Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge C7 100

Mayfield House Room M129

www.communitybase.org

Angel House, 1 Brunswick Terrace, Hove BN3 1HN

Madeira Drive, Brighton BN2 1EN

www.hendricksgin.com

University of Brighton Falmer Campus, Brighton BN1 9PH

Hilton Metropole Hotel E8 50

Meadowlands Festival

www.concorde2.co.uk

www.bom-banes.com

D

Boxbird Gallery B7 14

Duke’s @ Komedia G7 107

14 St Johns Road, Hove BN3 2FB

www.boxbird.co.uk

106 - 121 King’s Road, Brighton BN1 2FU

K1 20

Glynde Place, Glynde, Lewes BN8 6SX

www.hilton.co.uk/brightonmet

www.meadowalndsfestival.com

44-46 Gardner St, Brighton BN1 1UN

Hove Carnival Big Top Performers A2 48

Mesmerist F8 72

www.hijackhq.com

Hove Park, Hove BN3 7BF

Brighthelm Church & Community Centre F7 32

E

Hove Lawns B7 13

North Road, Brighton BN1 1YD

Embassy Court C7 62

www.brighthelm.org.uk

Brighton & Hove Wood Recycling Project H7 6 Circus Street, Brighton BN2 9QF

K1 122

Concorde 2 J9 2

www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/mesmerist

Brunswick Terrace, Brighton WA16 1TW

Kings Road Brighton BN1 2PX

Hove Methodist Church

www.embassycourt.org.uk

Portland Road, Hove BN3 5DR

Emporium Theatre G5 88

1-3 Prince Albert St, Brighton BN1 1HE

A5 9

www.hovemethodistchurch.co.uk

Metrodeco I9 465 38 Upper St James’s Street, Kemp Town, Brighton BN2 1JN

www.metro-deco.com

Middle Street Synagogue F8 279 66 Middle Street, Brighton BN1 1AL

88 London Road, Brighton BN1 4JF

Hove Town Hall (3Phase) A6 315

www.emporiumbrighton.com

Norton Road, Hove BN3 4AH

www.bhhc-shul.org/middlestreet/

F

I

Moksha Caffe H6 265

www.businessinbrighton.org.uk

Famous Spiegel Garden in association with Aperol Spritz G8 200

Ink_d Gallery & Studio G7 98

www.mokshacaffe.com

Brighton and Hove High School E6 207

The Old Steine, Brighton BN1 1NT

www.ink-d.co.uk

www.woodrecycling.org.uk

Brighton and Hove Chamber of Commerce A6 3 115a Church Road, Hove BN3 2AF

Montpelier Road, Brighton BN1 3AT

www.spiegeltent.net

96 North Rd, Brighton BN1 1YE

www.actbrighton.org

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4-5 York Place, Brighton BN1 4GU

N New Road G7 303 New Road, Brighton BN1 1UF

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


Venue Keys

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Wheelchair Access Bar

Disabled Toilets

Off the Map

No Wheelchair Access

18 Venue number

M9 Grid reference

New Steine Hotel, Bar and Bistro H8 139

Seven Stars F8 421

The Druids Arms H5 353

Thistle Brighton Hotel G8 141

10-11 New Steine, Brighton BN2 1PB

27 Ship Street, Brighton BN1 1AD

www.newsteinehotel.com

www.sevenstarsbrighton.co.uk

79-81 Ditchling Road, Brighton BN1 4SD

King’s Road, Brighton BN1 2GS

www.druidspub.com

New Venture Theatre D7 140

Slice Sussex B6 320

The Dukebox Theatre C7 262

www.thistle.com/en/hotels/united_kingdom/ brighton/thistle_brighton/index.html

Bedford Place, Brighton BN1 2PT

6 Church Road, Hove, BN3 2FL

www.newventure.org.uk

www.slicesussex.co.uk

3 Waterloo Street, Hove BN1 1AQ

Turner Dumbrell Workshops

www.irondukebrighton.co.uk

Unit 17 North End, Ditchling BN6 8TD

NHR Organic Oils Shop E5 24

Space @ Create G5 19

The English Language Centre B6 333

24 Chatham Place, Brighton BN1 3TN

Unit D & E, Level 2, South New England House, York Hill entrance, Brighton BN1 4GH

33 Palmeira Mansions, Hove BN3 2GB

www.nhrorganicoils.com

NoFit State Big Top

www.welovecreate.com

A7 15

www.elc-brighton.co.uk

H1 37

www.geoffplantart.co.uk

U University of Brighton Huxley Building Lecture Theatre K1 42

Hove Lawns, No 1 Hove Lawns, Brighton BN3 2WW

St Andrews (The Church by the Sea) C7 198

www.nofitstate.org

The Estrade @ First Church of Christ, Scientist D7 305

Waterloo Street, Hove BN3 1AQ

97 Montpelier Road, Brighton BN1 3BE

University of Brighton, Lewes Road, Brighton BN2 4GJ

www.csbrighton.com

www.brighton.ac.uk/news/events

www.visitstandrews.org.uk

O Officrèche E6 18 52 Dyke Road (corner of Albert Road), Brighton BN1 3JB

The Foundry Gallery

Somerhill Road, Hove BN3 6BA

32 North Street, Lewes BN72PH

10 Steine Street, Brighton BN2 1TE

www.artemis-arts.co.uk/about_the_foundry_gallery.html

www.upstairsatthreeandten.co.uk

www.stannswellgardens.co.uk

www.officreche.com

St Bartholomew’s Church G5 185 Ann Street, Brighton BN1 4GP

Old Police Cells Museum G8 199 Brighton Town Hall, Bartholomew Square, Brighton BN1 1JA

www.oldpolicecellsmuseum.org.uk

www.stbartholomewsbrighton.org.uk

St George’s Church K9 186 St George’s Rd, Kemptown, Brighton BN2 1ED

www.stgeorges-church.org.uk

P

St John’s College, Wolfson Theatre K8 23

Pavilion Gardens G8 292 Royal Pavilion Gardens, New Rd, Brighton BN1 1UZ

www.brighton-hove-rpml.org.uk

17 Walpole Road, Brighton BN2 0AP

www.st-johns.co.uk

New Road, Royal Pavilion Gardens, Brighton BN1 1UG

www.paviliongardenscafe.co.uk

Queens Park Road, Brighton BN2 9ZB

www.stlukeschurchbrighton.webeden.co.uk/

10-14 Waterloo Place, Brighton BN2 9NB

www.phoenixbrighton.org

St James’ Street, Brighton BN2 1PR

www.stmaryschurchbrighton.co.uk

St Michael & All Angels Church E6 191

Preston Old Church E1 274

Victoria Road, Brighton BN1 3FU

Preston Drove (Next to Preston Manor), Brighton BN1 6LB

www.saintmichaelsbrighton.org

www.stpetersprestonpark.co.uk

St Nicholas Church F7 192

Preston Park Vegetable Garden F3 486 Behind the Rotunda Cafe, Preston Park, Brighton BN1 6HN

Dyke Road, Brighton BN1 3LJ

www.stnicholasbrighton.org.uk

St. Laurence Church

www.harvest-bh.org.uk

K1 25

Falmer South, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9PQ

www.achurchnearyou.com/falmer-st-laurence

Prince Regent Swimming Pool G7 144 Jubilee Square, Brighton BN1 1YA

www.freedom-leisure.co.uk/centres.asp

Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar F8 464 9-12 Middle Street, Brighton BN1 1AL

www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/stickymikesfrogbar

Purple Playhouse D4 172 36 Montefiore Road, Hove BN3 6EP

St Peter’s Church H6 193

www.grace-eyre.org

York Place, Brighton, BN1 4GU

www.stpetersbrighton.org

R

Studio 2 A6 222

Ralli Hall A4 180

20 Tisbury Road, Hove BN3 3BA

81 Denmark Villas, Hove BN3 3TH

www.jewishsussex.designextreme.com/community/ralli/

www.beingthereproductions.com

Studio Big Top G7 103 Victoria Gardens Grand Parade, Brighton BN1 1UG

Redroaster Coffee House H8 173 1d St. James’s Street, Brighton BN2 1RE

www.redroaster.co.uk

K9 175

Roedean Way, Brighton BN2 5RQ

www.roedean.co.uk

Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital K9 54 Eastern Road, Brighton BN2 5BE

www.theroyalalex.co.uk

S Sabai Pavilion G7 104 Victoria Gardens, Grand Parade, Brighton BN1 1UG

3 The Colonnade, Madeira Drive, Brighton BN2 1PS

The Hove Bank E7 64

W

www.volksclub.co.uk

www.thehovebank.com

Waterstones F7 74 71-74 North Street, Brighton BN1 1ZA

The Lectern J2 340 5 Pelham Terrace, Lewes Road, Brighton BN2 4AF

24 Kensington Street, Hove BN1 4AJ

www.thebasement.uk.com

The Blind Tiger Club H7 257 52-54 Grand Parade, Brighton BN2 9QA

www.playgroupbrighton.org

The Brunswick B7 211 3 Holland Road, Hove BN3 1JF

www.brunswickpub.co.uk

The Cabin

K9 26

Sallis Benney Theatre H7 176

www.facebook.com/pages/The-Cabin /225868317497486

www.waterstones.com

Withdean Park

E1 156

London Road, Brighton BN1 8BA

The Loft F8 28 10 Ship Street, Brighton BN1 1AD

www.smugglersbrighton.com/theloft.asp

www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/index. cfm?request=c1250942

Woodingdean Primary School

The Nightingale F6 208 29-30 Surrey St, Brighton BN1 3PA

K5 213

Warren Road, Woodingdean, Brighton BN2 6BB

www.nightingaletheatre.co.uk

www.woodingdeanprimaryschool.co.uk

The North Laine Pub H6 27 27 Gloucester Place, Brighton BN1 4AA

www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/north-laine

The Old Bank J9 485 120 St Georges Road, Brighton BN2 1EA

www.bprmusic.com

TOUR MEETING POINTS MEET: Arch 260, Palace Pier G9 321 Madeira Drive, Brighton BN2 1TW MEET: Brighton Town Hall/Rear of Thistle Hotel

G8 15 Bartholomew Square, Brighton BN11JA

The Old Courtroom G7 287 118 Church St (side entrance), Brighton BN1 1UD

www.oldcourtroomproductions.com

MEET: Corner of Arundel Terrace & Lewes Crescent

K9 49

Kemptown, Brighton BN1

The Old Market C7 145 11a Upper Market Street (Off Western Road), Hove BN3 1AS

www.theoldmarket.com

The Palmeira C5 55 70 Cromwell Road, Hove BN3 3ES

www.brighthelmstonepromotions.co.uk

www.salvationarmybch.org.uk

D1 29

For final location see Shambush website

The Basement G6 472

Volks Bar & Club H9 137

www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/hope

The South Downs National Park

Brighton Steiner School, Roedean Road, Brighton BN2 5RA

www.arts.brighton.ac.uk/tg

11-12 Queens Road, Brighton BN1 3WA

1-6 Park Crescent Terrace, Brighton BN2 3HD

www.arts-exchange.com

58 - 67 Grand Parade, University of Brighton, Brighton BN2 0JY

www.randomacts.freeuk.com

The Hope F7 245

Sussex County Cricket Club B5 433

T

www.regencytavern.co.uk

H1 43

Balfour Road, Brighton BN1 6NP

www.devere.co.uk

The Salvation Army Congress Hall H4 301

www.sussexcricket.co.uk

32-34 Russel Square, Brighton BN1 2EF

V Varndean School Car Park

97-99 Kings Road, Brighton BN1 2FW

www.arts-exchange.com

Eaton Rd, Hove BN3 3AN

Regency Tavern E7 82

The Grand Hotel E8 306

www.thelectern.co.uk

St Mary’s Church I8 364

Phoenix Brighton H6 166

Upstairs at Three and Ten G8 310

K1 477

64 Western Road, Hove BN3 2JQ

St Luke’s Church - Queens Park J6 235

Pavilion Gardens Café G7 1

Roedean Chapel, Roedean School

St Ann’s Well Gardens C6 155

www.shambush.wordpress.com

The Terraces K9 31 Unit 8 - 9 Madeira Drive, Brighton BN2 1PS

www.the-terraces.co.uk

The Warren F8 58 Wagner Hall Russell Place, Brighton BN1 2RG

www.warrenvenue.com

The Writers’ Place G7 17 9-10 Jew Street, Brighton BN1 1UT

www.newwritingsouth.com

Theatre Royal Brighton G7 35 New Road, Brighton BN1 1SD

www.atgtickets.com/venues/theatreroyal-brighton/

The Chapel Royal G8 46 164 North Street, Brighton BN1 1EA

www.LCCR.org.uk

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

MEET: Entrance of Brighton Station F6 52 Brighton Station Queens Road Brighton BN1 3XP MEET: Outside Al Duomo G8 22 Al Duomo Restaurant, 7 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton BN1 1EE MEET: Outside Redroaster Coffee House H8

173 1D St James Street, Brighton BN2 1RE MEET: Royal Albion Hotel (Outside main entrance) G8 160 Old Steine, Brighton BN1 1NT MEET: St. Nicholas church doorway F7 192 Dyke Road, Brighton BN1 3LJ MEET: The Druid’s Head G8 476 9 Brighton Pl, Brighton BN1 1HJ MEET: The Lawns Cafe B7 13 Hove Lawns, Kingsway & First Avenue, Hove BN3 2FR MEET: Under Archway at Hannington’s Taxi Rank

G8 53 East Street, Brighton BN1 MEET: Visitor Information Centre G8 439 4-5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton BN1 1EE

www.brighton/hove.gov.uk MEET: West Pier, Upper Promenade E8 479 Kings Road, Brighton BN1 2HH MEET: Woodvale Lodge J3 228 Woodvale Cemetery, Lewes Road, Brighton BN2 3QB

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Pavilion Gardens Cafè

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G7

Concorde 2

2

J9

3

OT A6

4

OT K1

Hilton Metropole Hotel

5

H4

Bom-Bane's Music Cafe

Brighton and Hove Chamber of Commerce Bentley Country Estate 5 WARLEIGH ROAD

The Chapel Royal Fulton A Lecture Theatre, University of Sussex Hove Carnival Big Top Performers

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46

G8

Phoenix Brighton

166

H6

The Estrade @ First Church of Christ, Scientist

305

47

OT K1

Purple Playhouse

172

D4

The Grand Hotel

306

E8

48

A2

Redroaster Coffee House

173

H8

Upstairs at Three and Ten

310

G8

175

OT K9

Hove Town Hall (3Phase)

315

A6

176

H7

Slice Sussex

320

B6

K9

The English Language Centre

50 TAXI E8

51

486 Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital

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Roedean Chapel, Roedean School

H8

Sallis Benney Theatre

333

B6

334

OT K1

Brighton & Hove Wood Recycling Project

6

H7

54

K9

8 Eastern Terrace Mews

178

7 North Road

7

G7

The Palmeira

55

C5

Ralli Hall

180

A4

8

F7

All Saints Church

56

A5

Beyond Retro

183

G6

The Lectern

340

J2

9

OT A5

The Warren

58

F8

St Bartholomew's Church

185

G5

First Base Day Centre

343

D6 H5

Community Base Hove Methodist Church

Lewes Town Hall

Farm Mews

10

C6

Embassy Court

62

C7

St George's Church

186

K9

The Druids Arms

353

At The Coach House

11

J8

The Hove Bank

64

E7

St Michael & All Angels Church

191

E6

St Mary's Church

364

I8

Garden Cafè

12

C6

Friends' Meeting House

70

G8

St Nicholas Church

192

F7

Knoyle Hall

379

E1 G6

Hove Lawns

13

B7

Jubilee Square

71

G7

St Peters Church

193

H6

City College Brighton and Hove

385

Boxbird Gallery

14