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“Female comedians are definitely marginalised” – An Interview With Edinburgh Fringe ‘Best Newcomer’ Nominee, Maisie Adam

October 24, 2018 |

With a ‘Best Newcomer’ nomination from both Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe and a ‘So You Think You’re Funny’ win under her belt, there’s no doubt that Maisie Adam is making a name for herself on the comedy scene, despite having … Read More

It’s Competition Time! The Warren is Looking for Talented Artists to Design Their New Creative Campaign

September 19, 2018 |

Brighton Fringe venue, The Warren is on the hunt for talented Brighton-based artists, designers or illustrators to enter the competition to design their 2019 creative campaign and get their work seen all over Brighton!

 

Last year many would argue … Read More

Congratulations to All the Winners of Brighton Fringe Awards 2018!

June 8, 2018 |

As we all know Brighton Fringe 2018 is sadly over for another year, but in one last little spurt of excitement the winners of the festival’s awards have now been announced!

Naturally, with a plethora of shows comes a plethora … Read More

The Curtains are Closing on this Years Fringe! What’s Left to See?

May 29, 2018 |

May is drawing to a close, and with it goes the amazing Brighton Fringe. However, not to worry – a lot can happen in a week, so we’ve checked out what you simply cannot miss in the last week of Fringe … Read More

Miraculous! Danny Lee Grew Conjures Fun For The Kids At Brighton Fringe

May 16, 2018 |

The first time Brighton Journal encountered magician Danny Lee Grew was by chance as he was attempting to perform his ‘Miraculous Magic’ show in Royal Pavilion Gardens over the bank holiday weekend. The (by that point) flustered sorceror was having … Read More

Fringe Show ‘Chores’ Wows The Little Ones!

May 12, 2018 |

The children’s show ‘Chores’ opened yesterday at The Fringe and the mostly juvenile audience were not disappointed. They giggled and laughed throughout, and obviously enjoyed the whole experience as well as the occasional coming splashes from the stage.

The show, … Read More

“It Won’t Go Wrong….” An Interview With Tim Coakley, Writer Of The New Fringe Play “What’s Wrong With Monotony”

May 4, 2018 |

Tim Coakley is the writer of the play “What’s Wrong With Montony”, which debuts at Rialto Theatre this evening. In the play he essays a couch-bound writer who frustrates his own cast by failing to complete a script regardless of … Read More

The Warren Set to Open with a Bang

May 2, 2018 |

The Warren is returning to Brighton’s Fringe Festival this year, and will open with a FREE firework display and launch party on Thursday 6th May, that is not to be missed!

Things will kick off on Thursday at 6pm, and go on … Read More

Lippy: A Lip Sync Performance Set to Showcase at The Warren

May 1, 2018 |

Rachel Causer’s production, Lippy, is to be showcased as part of the Brighton Fringe Festival this summer within The Warren programme. The innovative play sees the writer embark on a one-woman show, in which she lip syncs to quotes from the famous … Read More

16ft ‘Treecycle’ Christmas Tree At St Peter’s Church Marks Start of Collaboration Between Brighton Fringe and the Finish Institute

November 21, 2017 |

Brighton Fringe, in collaboration with the Finnish Institute in London, celebrated the start of the Festive season with the unveiling of ‘Treecycle’. The 16ft tall Christmas Tree was decorated by Ilona Valkonen, a member of the Finnish ‘anarchist florist’ art group … Read More