A work in progress with solid bones to satisfy every geek's urge to take over the world.
A beautiful installation in a garden, with poetry readings by Brian Mander to help set the tone.
It was hot, painfully hot in the Main House at The Warren. But, stunning production value prevailed.
A pair of painfully hungover comedians who tickled more ribs than the majority of (apparently) sober performers at the fringe. Perhaps they're onto something…
This hard-hitting stand-up routine aimed to break down generalisations.
Fringe theatre. It proves a test of how best to express something, while using as few resources as possible.
A potent show which tackles an important, yet often taboo subject head on. Groomed is an incredibly rare find.
A ridiculous show full of deception and stupidity.
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.
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.
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.
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.