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2020

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Sunday, May 3rd, 2020

Geoff Robb: The Music of Trees

Winner of the 2018 Brighton Fringe Live Music Award, Geoff Robb is back with new compositions and stories inspired by trees.
Geoff is a master of the guitar and has performed to audiences all over the UK and Europe at venues ranging from Buckingham Palace to Glastonbury Festival.

The Music of Trees was a hit at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe and blends music, storytelling and tree folklore.
If you enjoy beautiful acoustic guitar music and are interested in trees, then don’t miss this award-winning show.
“Very talented, makes the guitar sound like 2 guitars and a piano” (BBC Southern Counties).

 

Show: 3pm

£9/8 https://www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/geoff-robb-the-music-of-trees-132513



Sunday, May 3rd, 2020

Scarlet Serpent Soiree

Dive into the eclectic world of ATS, Fusion and Traditional Belly Dance. Born in Egypt and the Middle East; weaving a rich tapestry of influences from North Africa, Spain, India and the Balkans and adding a pinch of hip-hop and contemporary dance. Elegant and sensual, dynamic and colourful, ‘Scarlet Serpent Soirée’ presents a dance form that is continually evolving, growing and developing, whilst still holding dear to its roots.

Doors 7pm

Show 7.30pm (90 mins)

£10/£12 www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/scarlet-serpent-soir%C3%A9e-146893

 



Tuesday, May 5th, 2020

Welcome To My C*ntry

By Alex Hutson

Welcome To My C*ntry is a queer coming-of-age one-woman show blending stand-up comedy, performance art, multimedia, bad dancing and Americans as you’ve never seen them before. The show asks what happens to sexuality when one leaves the C*ntry, or Country, they built a life in. More importantly, how does one welcome someone to their C*nt(ry), when it isn’t the one that they came from?

www.facebook.com/events/456418251973960

Show 9pm (one hour)

£8/6 conc www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/welcome-to-my-cntry-145380

(also on 28th May)



Wednesday, May 6th, 2020

Everything English

by Paradoxical Frog

Distorted, biased, imperfect and unsightly. In this collaboration with local band, The Indelicates, we analyse and demonise the history of our great nation. Lie back, and think of England…

Paradoxical Frog is a Brighton-based theatre company, organised entirely by young people. We aim to entertain, educate and empower our audiences.

Doors 7pm

Show 7.30pm (90 mins)

£10/£12 https://www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/everything-english-146599/



Friday, May 8th, 2020

Apocalypse How?

By ZKELETONZ

‘Apocalypse How?’ was listed by The National Student in their ‘Top 5 Shows to Look Out For’ at Edinburgh Fringe 2019. Expect a wild, high-energy club night of fabulous, apocalypse-inspired disco music. Your hosts are Zkeletonz, who “fans of Scissor Sisters will love” (Richer Unsigned).

Alongside a carefully curated selection of fellow live acts and DJs, the talented trio attempt to answer the timeless question: Should you still dance when you’re doomed? The results are infectious, groovy and guaranteed to provide an, at least temporary, blissful distraction from humanity’s impending demise.

10.30pm-2am

£free https://www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/apocalypse-how-138130/



Saturday, May 9th, 2020

Geoff Robb: The Music of Trees

Winner of the 2018 Brighton Fringe Live Music Award, Geoff Robb is back with new compositions and stories inspired by trees.
Geoff is a master of the guitar and has performed to audiences all over the UK and Europe at venues ranging from Buckingham Palace to Glastonbury Festival.

The Music of Trees was a hit at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe and blends music, storytelling and tree folklore.
If you enjoy beautiful acoustic guitar music and are interested in trees, then don’t miss this award-winning show.
“Very talented, makes the guitar sound like 2 guitars and a piano” (BBC Southern Counties).

 

 

Show: 3pm

£9/8 www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/geoff-robb-the-music-of-trees-132513



Saturday, May 9th, 2020

Apocalypse How?

By ZKELETONZ

‘Apocalypse How?’ was listed by The National Student in their ‘Top 5 Shows to Look Out For’ at Edinburgh Fringe 2019. Expect a wild, high-energy club night of fabulous, apocalypse-inspired disco music. Your hosts are Zkeletonz, who “fans of Scissor Sisters will love” (Richer Unsigned).

Alongside a carefully curated selection of fellow live acts and DJs, the talented trio attempt to answer the timeless question: Should you still dance when you’re doomed? The results are infectious, groovy and guaranteed to provide an, at least temporary, blissful distraction from humanity’s impending demise.

10.30pm-2am

£free www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/apocalypse-how-138130



Monday, May 11th, 2020

Everything English

by Paradoxical Frog

Distorted, biased, imperfect and unsightly. In this collaboration with local band, The Indelicates, we analyse and demonise the history of our great nation. Lie back, and think of England…

Paradoxical Frog is a Brighton-based theatre company, organised entirely by young people. We aim to entertain, educate and empower our audiences.

Doors 7pm

Show 7.30pm (90 mins)

£10/£12 https://www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/everything-english-146599/



Wednesday, May 13th, 2020

Everything English

by Paradoxical Frog

Distorted, biased, imperfect and unsightly. In this collaboration with local band, The Indelicates, we analyse and demonise the history of our great nation. Lie back, and think of England…

Paradoxical Frog is a Brighton-based theatre company, organised entirely by young people. We aim to entertain, educate and empower our audiences.

Doors 7pm

Show 7.30pm (90 mins)

£10/£12 www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/everything-english-146599



Thursday, May 14th, 2020

The Great Escape

https://www.facebook.com/events/63611471685644

The festival for new music returns to Brighton 13th – 16th May 2020 for our very special 15th birthday year

Saver festival tickets now on sale – https://greatescapefestival.com/buy-festival-tickets/



Friday, May 15th, 2020

The Great Escape

https://www.facebook.com/events/63611471685644

The festival for new music returns to Brighton 13th – 16th May 2020 for our very special 15th birthday year

Saver festival tickets now on sale – https://greatescapefestival.com/buy-festival-tickets/



Saturday, May 16th, 2020

The Great Escape

https://www.facebook.com/events/63611471685644

The festival for new music returns to Brighton 13th – 16th May 2020 for our very special 15th birthday year

Saver festival tickets now on sale – https://greatescapefestival.com/buy-festival-tickets/



Monday, May 18th, 2020

Everything English

by Paradoxical Frog

Distorted, biased, imperfect and unsightly. In this collaboration with local band, The Indelicates, we analyse and demonise the history of our great nation. Lie back, and think of England…

Paradoxical Frog is a Brighton-based theatre company, organised entirely by young people. We aim to entertain, educate and empower our audiences.

Doors 7pm

Show 7.30pm (90 mins)

£10/£12 www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/everything-english-146599



Tuesday, May 19th, 2020

Hard Times On Easy Street

When an aspiring young singer of sophisticated tastes foolishly falls for the gay male owner of run-down cabaret bar Easy Street, she just can’t help herself – and the infernal triangle is complete when the retiring lesbian singer falls for her too in this zingy comedy of sexual manners – and errors – set against the ongoing gentrification and end of an era for a Soho Bohemia whose louche life is threatened when a hip ubiquitous high street franchise makes an offer that can’t be refused.

This musical features adult themes throughout – ANNIE, IT AIN’T! Trigger warning: this show is intended purely for escapist entertainment purposes.

Created by arch-provocateuse Julie Burchill, award-winning comedy playwright Caroline Gold and with an original score by musician/composer Robin Watt. Brought to you by the illustrious team of producer Mark Brailsford (founder and creative director of Brighton’s award-winning comedy revue The Treason Show) director & choreographer Carole Todd (show business legend with over thirty West End Shows to her credit) and musical director Tom Phelan (virtuoso pianist and multi-instrumentalist).

Doors 7.30pm

Show 8pm

£10 adv/£15 door https://www.wegottickets.com/event/496266 

 



Wednesday, May 20th, 2020

Hard Times On Easy Street

When an aspiring young singer of sophisticated tastes foolishly falls for the gay male owner of run-down cabaret bar Easy Street, she just can’t help herself – and the infernal triangle is complete when the retiring lesbian singer falls for her too in this zingy comedy of sexual manners – and errors – set against the ongoing gentrification and end of an era for a Soho Bohemia whose louche life is threatened when a hip ubiquitous high street franchise makes an offer that can’t be refused.

This musical features adult themes throughout – ANNIE, IT AIN’T! Trigger warning: this show is intended purely for escapist entertainment purposes.

Created by arch-provocateuse Julie Burchill, award-winning comedy playwright Caroline Gold and with an original score by musician/composer Robin Watt. Brought to you by the illustrious team of producer Mark Brailsford (founder and creative director of Brighton’s award-winning comedy revue The Treason Show) director & choreographer Carole Todd (show business legend with over thirty West End Shows to her credit) and musical director Tom Phelan (virtuoso pianist and multi-instrumentalist).

Doors 7.30pm
Show 8pm
£10 adv/£15 door www.wegottickets.com/event/496267



Thursday, May 21st, 2020

Hard Times On Easy Street

When an aspiring young singer of sophisticated tastes foolishly falls for the gay male owner of run-down cabaret bar Easy Street, she just can’t help herself – and the infernal triangle is complete when the retiring lesbian singer falls for her too in this zingy comedy of sexual manners – and errors – set against the ongoing gentrification and end of an era for a Soho Bohemia whose louche life is threatened when a hip ubiquitous high street franchise makes an offer that can’t be refused.

This musical features adult themes throughout – ANNIE, IT AIN’T! Trigger warning: this show is intended purely for escapist entertainment purposes.

Created by arch-provocateuse Julie Burchill, award-winning comedy playwright Caroline Gold and with an original score by musician/composer Robin Watt. Brought to you by the illustrious team of producer Mark Brailsford (founder and creative director of Brighton’s award-winning comedy revue The Treason Show) director & choreographer Carole Todd (show business legend with over thirty West End Shows to her credit) and musical director Tom Phelan (virtuoso pianist and multi-instrumentalist).

Doors 7.30pm
Show 8pm
£10 adv/£15 door https://www.wegottickets.com/event/496268



Friday, May 22nd, 2020

Hard Times On Easy Street

When an aspiring young singer of sophisticated tastes foolishly falls for the gay male owner of run-down cabaret bar Easy Street, she just can’t help herself – and the infernal triangle is complete when the retiring lesbian singer falls for her too in this zingy comedy of sexual manners – and errors – set against the ongoing gentrification and end of an era for a Soho Bohemia whose louche life is threatened when a hip ubiquitous high street franchise makes an offer that can’t be refused.

This musical features adult themes throughout – ANNIE, IT AIN’T! Trigger warning: this show is intended purely for escapist entertainment purposes.

Created by arch-provocateuse Julie Burchill, award-winning comedy playwright Caroline Gold and with an original score by musician/composer Robin Watt. Brought to you by the illustrious team of producer Mark Brailsford (founder and creative director of Brighton’s award-winning comedy revue The Treason Show) director & choreographer Carole Todd (show business legend with over thirty West End Shows to her credit) and musical director Tom Phelan (virtuoso pianist and multi-instrumentalist).

Doors 7.30pm
Show 8pm
£10 adv/£15 door https://www.wegottickets.com/event/496270



Saturday, May 23rd, 2020

Hard Times On Easy Street

When an aspiring young singer of sophisticated tastes foolishly falls for the gay male owner of run-down cabaret bar Easy Street, she just can’t help herself – and the infernal triangle is complete when the retiring lesbian singer falls for her too in this zingy comedy of sexual manners – and errors – set against the ongoing gentrification and end of an era for a Soho Bohemia whose louche life is threatened when a hip ubiquitous high street franchise makes an offer that can’t be refused.

This musical features adult themes throughout – ANNIE, IT AIN’T! Trigger warning: this show is intended purely for escapist entertainment purposes.

Created by arch-provocateuse Julie Burchill, award-winning comedy playwright Caroline Gold and with an original score by musician/composer Robin Watt. Brought to you by the illustrious team of producer Mark Brailsford (founder and creative director of Brighton’s award-winning comedy revue The Treason Show) director & choreographer Carole Todd (show business legend with over thirty West End Shows to her credit) and musical director Tom Phelan (virtuoso pianist and multi-instrumentalist).

Doors 7.30pm
Show 8pm
£10 adv/£15 door https://www.wegottickets.com/event/496272



Monday, May 25th, 2020

The Secrets of Jack Roulette

A mysterious delivery, a private investigator, a night club performer trapped in a hell of his own making. You think you want to know how it’s done but If I told you the secret the magic wouldn’t exist anymore. Then I wouldn’t exist. And if I don’t exist what are you doing here? Alternative magician Anton Binder creates a dark, edgy dreamscape.

“Charming, funny and a little bit freaky” (Graham Duff, TV/Radio Writer/Producer)
“Anton Binder has never staged a mediocre, boring, straight play” (Paul Levy, FringeReview)
“A little bit strange and wholly entertaining” (Billy Chainsaw, Artist)

Doors 6.30pm

Show 7pm (70 mins)

£9.50/£5 www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/the-secrets-of-jack-roulette-143962

 



Tuesday, May 26th, 2020

The Secrets of Jack Roulette

A mysterious delivery, a private investigator, a night club performer trapped in a hell of his own making. You think you want to know how it’s done but If I told you the secret the magic wouldn’t exist anymore. Then I wouldn’t exist. And if I don’t exist what are you doing here? Alternative magician Anton Binder creates a dark, edgy dreamscape.

“Charming, funny and a little bit freaky” (Graham Duff, TV/Radio Writer/Producer)
“Anton Binder has never staged a mediocre, boring, straight play” (Paul Levy, FringeReview)
“A little bit strange and wholly entertaining” (Billy Chainsaw, Artist)

Doors 6.30pm

Show 7pm (70 mins)

£9.50/£5 www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/the-secrets-of-jack-roulette-143962



Wednesday, May 27th, 2020

The Secrets of Jack Roulette

A mysterious delivery, a private investigator, a night club performer trapped in a hell of his own making. You think you want to know how it’s done but If I told you the secret the magic wouldn’t exist anymore. Then I wouldn’t exist. And if I don’t exist what are you doing here? Alternative magician Anton Binder creates a dark, edgy dreamscape.

“Charming, funny and a little bit freaky” (Graham Duff, TV/Radio Writer/Producer)
“Anton Binder has never staged a mediocre, boring, straight play” (Paul Levy, FringeReview)
“A little bit strange and wholly entertaining” (Billy Chainsaw, Artist)

Doors 6.30pm

Show 7pm (70 mins)

£9.50/£5 www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/the-secrets-of-jack-roulette-143962



Thursday, May 28th, 2020

Geoff Robb: The Music of Trees

Winner of the 2018 Brighton Fringe Live Music Award, Geoff Robb is back with new compositions and stories inspired by trees.
Geoff is a master of the guitar and has performed to audiences all over the UK and Europe at venues ranging from Buckingham Palace to Glastonbury Festival.

The Music of Trees was a hit at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe and blends music, storytelling and tree folklore.
If you enjoy beautiful acoustic guitar music and are interested in trees, then don’t miss this award-winning show.
“Very talented, makes the guitar sound like 2 guitars and a piano” (BBC Southern Counties).

 

 

Show: 7pm

£9/8 www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/geoff-robb-the-music-of-trees-132513



Thursday, May 28th, 2020

Welcome To My C*ntry

By Alex Hutson

Welcome To My C*ntry is a queer coming-of-age one-woman show blending stand-up comedy, performance art, multimedia, bad dancing and Americans as you’ve never seen them before. The show asks what happens to sexuality when one leaves the C*ntry, or Country, they built a life in. More importantly, how does one welcome someone to their C*nt(ry), when it isn’t the one that they came from?

www.facebook.com/events/456418251973960

Show 9pm (one hour)

£8/6 conc www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/welcome-to-my-cntry-145380

(also on 5th May)