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Brighton Fringe Shows

Have a look through our selection of shows... we hope we have something you'll want to see in Brighton!


List Shows: By Name | By Start Time


Listings for 1 June, sorted by Start Time

13:00

Fantastic Flatulence (and where to find it)

Fantastic Flatulence (and where to find it)

Childrens

Fantastic Flatulence (and where to find it)

Childrens

The Quadrant / Upstairs
MAY 29-31, JUN 1-6 at 13:15 (60 min) - From £6
MAY 29-31, JUN 1-6 at 15:30 (60 min) - From £6

Award-winning children's author Stuart Reid lets rip with a brilliant bout of bums, boogers and big bottom burps, bringing his books to life with mirth, madness and mayhem! His Brighton Fringe show in 2019 was a complete sell-out, so tickets are expected to sell fast... in fact, faster than following through with fantastic flatulence. Warning... this show may contain a video of a monkey scratching its bottom. This show may contain great big piles of elephant poo. And it will definitely contain side-splitting comedy, laughter and entertainment for children of all ages... from 4 years to 94 yea...


15:00

Science Magic

Science Magic

Childrens

Science Magic

Childrens

The Walrus / Downstairs
MAY 29-31, JUN 1-6, 12-13, 19-20, 26-27 at 15:30 (60 min) - From £5

After a year away, triple award-winning Irish comedian & scientist, Donal Vaughan, brings his hugely popular science, comedy, magic family show back to Brighton once again with 3 brand new tricks added to the show. Using only things you find around the house, Donal will perform amazing tricks to show how magical science can be. Wanna see a potato rocket launcher? Or conjure dragons breath? How about a vomiting unicorn? Or course you do. Always exciting and sometimes very messy, learn about science and laugh your pants off while you do. And the best part is all the tricks can be performed b...


19:00

Blindcraft

Blindcraft

Comedy

Blindcraft

Comedy

The Caroline of Brunswick / Upstairs
JUN 1 at 19:00 (60 min) - From £3

Building a world with words then painting it impossibly vibrant colours, this is blind craft. Tales of Hamlet the mysteriously quiet dog, tales of the blind Hogwarts, tails or head it doesn’t matter what we call we always lose the coin toss because we see the world in a different way. We have blind jokes and stories of sightless travails, but we are so much more than blind comedians, Richard Wheatley is a high energy nerd with a talent for audience chat and Stephen is a neurotic with OCD and a surreal sense of the abstract, and a blind neurotic can get seriously abstract! Two blind st...


Greenfinch

Greenfinch

Spoken Word

Greenfinch

Spoken Word

The Quadrant / Upstairs
MAY 31, JUN 1, 19-20 at 19:00 (60 min) - Free (Ticketed)

In his next life, Pete wants to be a greenfinch. Failing that he just wants to be happy. But can he be happy? Of course he can. Join poet and performance artist Pete Strong as he tries to make sense of life and the past, and how we can be shaped as people by the lands and hills we walk across. “His laconic and often surreal poetry was a treat, delivered in a calculated deadpan that highlighted its contemplative nature. An act well worth seeing.” Broadway Baby “Well-judged, walking a fine emotional line with an assured step...cathartically funny.” Chortle “Warped charm” The Argus "Gen...


20:00

Benji Waterstones: You don't have to be mad to Work Here

Benji Waterstones: You don't have to be mad to Work Here

Comedy

Benji Waterstones: You don't have to be mad to Work Here

Comedy

The Caroline of Brunswick / Upstairs
MAY 31, JUN 1, 7-8, 14-15, 21 at 20:45 (60 min) - From £4

Award-winning comedian and NHS psychiatrist Benji Waterstones has landed a book deal! Is he sitting on a 'modern classic' or are his publishers as deluded as his patients? Make your minds up together as he shrinks a decade specialising in mental health into a night of comedic (and humane) storytelling. "Perfect and hilarious" (Buzzfeed)...


Kevin Precious: Teachers and Schools (Work-in-Progress)

Kevin Precious: Teachers and Schools (Work-in-Progress)

Comedy

Kevin Precious: Teachers and Schools (Work-in-Progress)

Comedy

The Quadrant / Upstairs
JUN 1-3 at 20:45 (60 min) - Free (Ticketed)

Former Religious Studies Teacher turned stand-up comedian Kevin Precious turns his hand to examining his former profession, and takes a sideways look at the teaching and schools more generally. A work-in-progress show from a seasoned professional who previously toured the UK's theatres and arts centres with a show dedicated to precisely the same subject. 'Kevin's stage charisma and poise set him head and shoulders above the previous acts' (Times). 'Instantly recognisable stage presence and boundless wit' (Leicester Mercury at the Leicester Comedy Festival). ...