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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Fannytasticals @Sweet Dukebox

If you are a man attending this show on your own – beware – for most of its duration you will be quite justifiably the target of sharp, witty and very crude humour from this 6-woman ensemble.
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Super Hamlet 64: Parody DLC @ Warren 2

Day is an energetic and engaging performer; he is charming and fun and clowns with a furious passion, helped along by an ability to contort his plastic features and sinuous lanky frame in many ways at once. His ability to perform to extreme is aided by the well thought out video...
Posted On 09 May 2017
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Help! I Think I Might Be Fabulous @Brighton Spiegeltent: Bosco

It's been quite a while since I've failed to connect with a show as deeply as I failed to connect with this one – it might as well have been performed in Lithuanian so little did I appreciate what was happening on stage.
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BRIGHTON FRINGE PREVIEW: The greatest liar in all the world @ The Warren Main House

Familia de la Noche make their Brighton Fringe debut with five star, darkly funny sequel to Pinocchio. Familia de la Noche's hilarious mix of clowning, puppetry, music and shadow play tells a story of extraordinary encounters, curious characters and lost love.
Posted On 04 May 2017
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Countdown begins to Brighton Fringe opening as events hit 1,000

With two days until opening, Brighton Fringe has hit 1,000 events for the first time in the festival’s history. When Brighton Fringe announced its programme in March, 970 events had registered to take part, but additional artists registering online means Brighton Fringe 2017 now...
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Miss Hope Springs to play the Wigmore Hall

Internationally acclaimed singer songwriter, entertainer and star of the West End’s Live at Zedel, Miss Hope Springs embarks on a nine date UK solo tour launching on June 16 with a 'late night show' at the Wigmore Hall in London.
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BRIGHTON FRINGE PREVIEW: SpokeEasy by Jozede Scrivener @ Sweet Dukebox

In response to the outcry after the Snowden revelations, technology companies put strong encryption in messaging apps (like WhatsApp and Signal), so that intercepted messages could not be read by government spy agencies.
Posted On 27 Apr 2017
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BRIGHTON FRINGE PREVIEW: Cabaret duo WITT ‘n’ CAMP @ Warren 2

Brought to life by Charlie Howitt and Holly Campbell, WITT ‘n’ CAMP are on the run for crimes of public indecency, but they’re still putting on their show at The Warren, jail be damned. Join them for sixty minutes of saucy fun, cabaret and musical comedy.
Posted On 27 Apr 2017
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FEATURE: Sit-Down-Stand-Up with Steve Lee

It is 6.30am, Steve Lee is in Northern Thailand, dressed in a sarong about to try to peel 150 hard-boiled eggs. Even by his somewhat esoteric theatrical lifestyle this has to be regarded as bizarre. The easy eggs take under thirty seconds, the difficult ones can take two minutes,...
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