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Brighton Fringe

Brighton Fringe is England’s largest arts festival and one of the largest fringe festivals in the world. Taking place every May across Brighton and Hove, the open access festival sees over 900 events take place in over 170 venues.

Alongside the productions, Brighton Fringe offers a range of professional development workshops, mentoring and bursaries.

The Reviews Hub is proud to sponsor the Literature & Spoken word section of Brighton Fringe 2017.

For more information visit www.brightonfringe.org

BRIGHTON BITES: Madame Señorita – ¿Who Are Tú?

Madame Sinorita

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Direct from Madrid, Madame Señorita shares details of her show ¿Who Are Tú?, performing at The Marlborough, Brighton.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? The aberrant experience that makes simple human beings become powerful, rare, happy creatures. ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: Old Saw – Meadow

Old Saw Theatre = Meadow

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Greta Clough of English/Icelandic company Old Saw, tells us about their show Meadow performing at The Warren, Brighton. How would you describe your show in one sentence? Meadow is an original puppetry show Is this your first visit to Brighton Fringe, ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: The Julian Layn Project

The Julian Layn Project

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Julian Layn joins us from Switzerland to tell us about his showThe Julian Layn Project, performing at Komedia, Brighton.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? The Julian Layn Project is rock-alt classical on a sound designed grand ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: Jack Duffel – Sex, Strokes, Death, Denial

Sex Strokes Death Denial

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Playwright Jack Duffel tells us about his show Sex, Strokes, Death, Denial, performing at The Dukebox, Hove.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? A son who can barely comprehend the basic concept of illness is forced to ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: Kryia Arts – HIP

HIP - Brighton fringe

Brighton Bites is our series of short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Jolie Booth of Kryia Arts tells us about HIP, performing at The Marlborough, Brighton.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? A true story of squatters, a local legend’s life and an investigation into our own lives, ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: How Eva Von Schnippisch Single-Handedly Won WW2

How Eva Von Schnippisch Single-Handedly Won WW2

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Eva Von Schnippisch shares her secrets about How Eva Von Schnippisch Single-Handedly Won WW2, which she is performingat The Nightingale Room, Brighton.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? Like ein action-packed X-Rated episode of ‘Allo ‘Allo! Is ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: Peter Antoniou – Happy Medium

Peter Antoniou Happy Medium

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. Peter Antonioutells us about his show,Happy Medium, performing at Sweet Waterfront, Brighton.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? Mind reading and stand-up comedy combine as a ‘psychic’ comedian tells jokes and fortunes. Is this your first visit ...

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BRIGHTON BITES: The Thermos Museum

The Thermos Museum - Brighton Fringe

Our Brighton Bites series offers short, witty and slightly tongue-in-cheek insights into the offerings at England’s largest arts festival. The Thermos Museum will be offering a unique cultural experience at Komedia, Brighton.   How would you describe your show in one sentence? Quite dull and unambitious, really.. Is this your first visit to Brighton Fringe, if so what interesting tales ...

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