An absurd music performance that just didn't hit the spot.
A funny and informative show about life with a baby bump, performed by a pregnant feminist.
A fun and interesting twist on fairytales, performed by Sole Rebel Tap, two very talented tap dancers.
An enjoyable and informal storytelling session in a sun-drenched Brighton garden.
The Fringe represents the arts on the fringes of taste. For many, this automatically means of the worse taste. To those, I say, Dave Chawner will prove you wrong.
Deep in the Heart of Me is one of the more changeable shows of Brighton Fringe; terrific in points, losing its grip on the audience in others.
Touching and funny drag cabaret that was just the boost I needed for my final show of the night.
A small, intimate venue with a relaxed environment, where four people relay their stories and experiences of Immigration and the problems that come with it.
A symbolic, interpretive performance, which, when it clicked, really clicked.
A show full of imagination, focusing on the power of friendship.
A promenade performance about challenging family relationships and coming out, which switched with ease between past and present.
Sex and God is a moving and gut-wrenching play, performed beautifully by an all-female company.
A crazy and chaotic show that's sure to get you laughing.
Equally as witty as it is heart wrenching, Mummy or The Art of Saying Goodbye is a fun and interesting show full of humour, emotion and honesty.
A variety show, resplendent in its silliness.
A very moving performance, where classic musical songs, new and old, were performed with precision and passion.
A visceral, eye-opening, two-headed tale about the hypocrisy of power.
Is a show about music diminished by the absence of musical performances?