The Curtains are Closing on this Years Fringe! What’s Left to See?
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 2018.
Come on, if you haven’t visited this festival within a festival yet, what an earth have you been doing all month?! Whilst The Warren is technically a venue for Fringe events, it’s the best host we can imagine – bars, food stalls, cafes, music and outdoor seating make it the perfect place to while away an evening, whether you’re off to a show or not.
Open daily from 12, free entry, St Peters Church, BN1 4GU.
Sh*t Faced Showtime
Brought to you by the people behind the wildly successful Sh*t Faced Shakepeare (who visited Brighton Fringe earlier this month), Sh*t Faced Showtime brings it’s audience professionally trained musical theatre performers, performing a well known play, with one slight alteration: one actor gets, you guessed it, sh*t faced. This year they’re performing their version of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and it’s guaranteed to be hilarious.
The Warren: The Hat, 29th May, 9.45 pm, £10/£12.50, see website for tickets, BN1 4GU.
This one’s for the whole family – an interactive circus in sky! Featuring aerial, hula-hooping, hand-balancing, music and much more. And what’s more is, if you get down there early you can join the cast beforehand and try your hand at some of their acts.
Spiegeltent, 29th May – 2nd June, 1pm, £5, see website for tickets, Old Steine Gardens, BN1 1GY.
Only In Brighton! Tour
Winner of the ‘Unique Experience in Brighton Award 2017’ from the Luxury Travel Awards, the Only In Brighton tour is the perfect opportunity to learn what makes Brighton the crazy and vibrant city we know and love. Meet outside the Royal Pavillion shop to discover the real spirit of Brighton.
Royal Pavillion Shop, 1st – 3rd June, 7pm, £5/£10 see website for tickets, BN1 1EE.
Hansel and Gretel by Smikle Dance Project
The Smikle Dance project bring you this classic fairytale reimagined through dance – a performance of dark magic for all to enjoy.
St Augustine’s Centre, 29th May – 1st June, 6pm, £10/£12, see website for tickets, BN1 6EA.
So with all this, and obviously so much more, crammed into the last week of the Brighton Fringe, be sure to get out and enjoy!