1 - 31 May 2015
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Venue: MEET: Royal Albion Hotel (Outside main entrance)
2-3, 5, 9-10, 12, 16-17, 19, 23-24, 26, 30-31 May 14:00 7, 14, 21, 28 May 19:00 £8 (£7) [1hr30mins]Plus booking fee
Brighton's No.1 city walking tour exploring old Brighton. Every corner turned allows a new and exciting glimpse of the secret Brighton that can only be discovered with a local and experienced guide. The only "traditional" 90 minute city tour in this years fringe that's ideal for visitors and locals alike!"An excellent tour, a great guide - a fabulous introduction to lovely Brighton. (Trip Advisor review)"The best 90 minutes you could wish for" (Trip Advisor review)
Company: Magnificent Bastard Productions Ltd.
Venue: Otherplace at the Basement: Main Space
1, 4 May 21:30 £11 (£9.50) (£38 Group of 4) 2, 3 May 21:30 £11 (£9.50) (£40 Group of 4) [1hr]Plus booking fee
From the legendary Magnificent Bastard Productions (Shit-faced Shakespeare) comes an all new, all singing, all dancing, parody musical Revue. 'Shit-faced Showtime' is the best of Broadway ... plus booze! Featuring the works of musical theatre's greatest living composers and also some of the dead ones ... Still what do they care, they're dead. Either way we're doing it with extra 'jazz hands' and while entirely shit-faced.
Company: Lamb Comedy Productions
Venue: Lamb Comedy @ Nowhere Man
1-3, 29-31 May 20:00 £6.50 (£5) [1hr]Plus booking fee
Like no other act on the comedy circuit, Josh's self-deprecating, edgy humour covers life as a disabled person - from everyday reality to dating and sex. Josh tackles the thorny aspects of disability, from the tame to the outlandish, with a unique style that will have you laughing in your seat. Come and check out 'The Diz-abled Gangster' - a night you are unlikely to ever forget!
Company: Pigs in Gin
Venue: Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin
6 May 21:45 9 May 13:00 11 May 19:15 20, 22 May 18:00 30 May 14:15 Free, non-ticketed [1hr]
An hour of stand-up comedy with Roz Ryan and Graeme Collard plus a special guest in each show.
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