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Venue: Laughing Horse @ The Temple
How much: £6.00 (£4.00 concessions)
Fighetta welcomes you to the world of Vesta! A theatrical, darkly comic celebration of humanity, inspired by Italian film-maker Federico Fellini and brought to you by six sordid women. With startling imagery and outrageous behaviour, this playful physical piece features blood, grapes and a wedding (possibly).
What: 360' Immersive yoga, dance, singing
Company: Soul Dome
Venue: Jubilee Square
How much: £7.00
For ALL info and booking: http://www.souldome.com/#!360-workshops/cn72Yoga, Dance, Choir, Talks .... We have taken it up a level and created breath-taking projections to enhance an acoustically perfect space into a ecstatic environment for an intimate workshop.You could be in the amazon jungle, a beach in thailand or in outer space.Come and stretch yourself in our bubble of paradise!
How much: £7.00 (£5.00 concessions)
Company: Six Lips Theatre
Venue: St Andrews (The Church by the Sea)
How much: £8.00 (£6.00 concessions)
The clock strikes thirteen, the floor boards pulsate, there is a scream from the crypt and a cat meows from inside the chimney breast.Based on the short stories of Edgar Allen Poe, set in a belfry amidst the clock cogs and cobwebs, William keeps the time in solitude but with each chime of the clock a new visitor appears.
What: Return to Venice
Company: ST Enterprises
Venue: Purple Playhouse
How much: £10.00 (£8.00 concessions)
A new play based on the boy who inspired an iconic literary masterpiece. He returns to Venice as a grown man to unravel the mystery behind the chance encounter with the acclaimed writer, Thomas Mann, twenty-five years earlier. A feast for the senses and the spirit and homage to Thomas Mann and Luchino Visconti. Music by Gustav Mahler. www.returntovenice.co.uk
What: Big Boys Don't Dance
Company: National Arts Festival South Africa/Followspot Productions
Venue: The Warren
How much: £9.00 (£7.00 concessions)
Two brothers take you through side-splitting stereotypical male behaviour and phenomenal dance outbreaks in this energetic award-winning comedy. Winner of the Ovation Award and brought to Brighton as part of the Best of South Africa Showcase. "'The Hangover' meets 'Flashdance'" (Cue Magazine).“Fabulous dancing and plenty of laughs.” (Weekend Argus)
What: Fanti Acrobats International
Company: Eddie Yank Production presents Fanti Acrobats International
Venue: Thistle Brighton Hotel
How much: £6.00 (£3.00 concessions)
Award-winning traditional African acrobats from Ghana, West Africa.A breathtaking performance, not to be missed.
How much: £10.00 (£9.00 concessions)
What: A Taming of the Shrew
Company: Festival Shakespeare Company
Venue: St Ann's Well Gardens
How much: £12.00 (£10.00 concessions)
This acclaimed Brighton company return to St Ann's Well Gardens, presenting another ‘superlative’ and highly musical revival of a Shakespeare Comedy, with the controversial ‘Taming of the Shrew’. So bring family, friends a picnic and blankets for a farcical evening of confused identities, arranged marriages and gender politics.** Please note for the Sunday 12th May cancelled show, tickets will be valid for all other dates. **
What: Failure (Other Opportunities for Non-Linear Success)
Company: Mary Pearson
Venue: The Nightingale
How much: £8.50 (£6.50 concessions)
Fashion victim, aspiring pop diva, and chronic underachiever is consumed by delusional fantasies of commercial success.New solo performance bringing together visual absurdity with contemporary dance, comedy and social commentary.Written, directed and performed by Mary Pearson with Jules Beckman, Mamoru Iriguchi, Hannah Silva, and Jamie Wood.“Mary Pearson's warmth and incredible sense of comic timing was breathtaking” (Total Theatre)
What: The Graduate-an adaptation for the stage
Company: Tanglehead Productions directed by Rikki Tarascas
Venue: Clarendon Centre
How much: £14.00 (£12.00 concessions)
A cult novel by Charles Webb,a classic film starring Dustin Hoffman,a hit of the sixties,now Benjamin's disastrous sexual odyssey is brought to life in a stage adaptation by Terry Johnson. Following their productions of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest last seen at The Komedia,and Faustus the Imaginarium Tanglehead are back with another Cult Classic directed by Rikki Tarascas.Come dressed for Benjamin’s Graduation Party. Meet his family and friends. Party Hats Welcome.
How much: £12.50 (£8.00 concessions)
What: The Well
Company: Something Underground Theatre Co.
Venue: Hove Town Hall (3Phase)
Brighton boasts the world’s deepest hand-dug well. Deeper than the Empire State Building is high! Revisionist, plot-weaving Dickensian story, with visceral physical theatre, haunting live singing, evocative set and lighting asks: what dark forces dug The Well and what forces poured from its depths? From Award-winning Company (Best New Play, Fringe 2012) and award-nominated writer and performer, Jonathan Brown.
What: IN TRANSIT a solo show
Company: Artichoke Artgroup
Venue: The Old Courtroom
How much: £8.50 (£5.00 concessions)
What would happen if one day you woke up without even knowing what your name is, where you are or why? Ella's mind is absolutely blank. Along her voyage she will encounter various characters who try to help her recover and put together the puzzle of her life.Directed by Graham ShackellPerformed by Florence LeonMusic by Rhys Lovell
What: Signor Baffo
Venue: Garden Cafe
Category: Kids & Youth
How much: £5.00
In this lively local cafe, the children are in charge of the show. Signor Baffo is their lovable and eccentric chef, serving up generous helpings of silliness, mischief and adventure. Oliver Harrison is a local actor & theatre maker, who has worked with nationally acclaimed theatre companies, DreamThinkSpeak & Wildheart & Lyric.‘Mesmerising’ ***** (Whats On Stage)
What: Tap into Health -Movin with Melvin!
Company: Movin' Melvin Brown
How much: £15.00 (£10.00 concessions)
New tap and workout workshop with multi-awarded Movin' Melvin Brown, Most Outstanding Performer, New York Festival 2008. His dancing talents include tap, juke dancing, clogging, jazz, swing, contemporary, mime and robotics. www.movinmelvin.com
What: Hijack: The Incredible Book Eating Boy
Company: Bootworks Theatre
Venue: Jubilee Library
Hijack Family Fringe takes over Jubilee Library! Bootworks Theatre invites one child and accompanying adult on a whirlwind adventure with Henry. Henry loved books, but not like you and I love books. Henry loved to EAT books. This exciting theatre adaptation of Oliver Jeffers’ award-winning children’s book follows the story of a boy with a voracious appetite for books.
What: Mr Pineapple Head
Company: Mr Pineapple Head
Venue: The Brunswick
A family clown theatre show. Mr Pineapple Head works in the style of a silent clown, performing physical comedy and slapstick routines to music. Genuinely funny, professional silliness! It's a Brunswick Fringe tradition! Family ticket available for 2 adults and 2 children.
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