In this very candid interview, Juliette Burton, actor, writer, performer, comedian, shares with Paul Levy how she created When I Grow Up, a personal account of her dreams, struggles and search for purpose and fun.
Interview with Christophe Philipps and Ian Angus Wilkie
A fascinating chat with A Bunch of Actors who are brining new work to the Brighton Fringe. Here we talk to writer-director-performer and one of the main characters from A Still Life, a comedy about identity, set in a mental hospital.
Award winning comedy group, Casual Violence Comedy are playing at their “home venue” with their new show at the Brighton Fringe. Here some of the group talk to Paul Levy about their unique style of comedy.
Acclaimed writer, Gail Louw offers us a revealing insight into the process of writing, as she conceived, researched, created and brought Duwayne, a play about someone treated as a potential criminal instead of a witness to a murder, to the stage.
Interview with Philip Hutchinson and Tony Carpenter
Philip Hutchinson’s play about Laurel and Hardy was a hit with the Sons of the Desert, the worldwide appreciate society for the two legends. Here we have both the light and dark of these two iconic clowns, who helped shape comedy in the 20th and 21st Centuries. Lucky Dog bring “Hats Off to Laurel and Hardy” to the Brighton Fringe and beyond. Here Paul levy chats to writer-performer Philip Hutchinson (Babe) and Tony Carpenter (Stan)
Chris Orr brings two shows to the Brighton Five Pound Fringe. Chris talks about his new style of impro and how we works as a performer.
11th May 8pm – Slopro – The Opposite of Slick. A new style of improvisation with pause, silence and stillness in it – More like Theatre – less like Stand Up. Brought to you by Final Edit’s company of four actors at the Lord Nelson. Tickets here.
18th May 8pm – Chris Orr’s Instant Allsorts – Anecdotes and improvised poems and other nonsense brought to you by Final Edit’s Artistic Director Chris Orr. Also for those that wish a chance to join in – with those that don’t a chance just to sit and watch.
Jim Walker brings Normal Heights to Brighton, which was a hit at Boulder Fringe in 2013. Jim shares his journey from journals to stage – as he developed a “hilarious and moving musical exploring sexuality and the cost of silence.” Full show details here.
Paddy O’Keefe is back at the Brighton Fringe, via India with Bernard Shaw Invites You! which plays a cafe venue. Here Paddy discussed an iconic writer and influencer and the challenge of bringing him to the stage.
John Baldock is the proud General Manager at Brighton’s oldest and best loved theatre. The Theatre Royalplays host to a wide range of theatre of interest to Fringe theatre goers. Here John shares his passion for the venue and lifts the lid on an exciting summer programme.
Brian Mitchell is prolific and still restless to write. His new show, The Opinion Makers, (Booking details here) is a comedy musical set in 1960s London. Here he talks about his continuing creative journey…
The Brighton Five Pound Fringe is back, filling the gap for theatre makers who want to earn something at the box office, try out new work, and recapture the spirit of affordable Fringe theatre and performance.
The man talked to us from a boat, surrounded by mating turtles. The Brighton Fringe is back, bigger and better … etc. Here Julian shares some frank fringe views and also his passion about the Fringe he is so committed to.
Brighton has its own Spiegeltent this year, home grown and with a programme packed with cabaret, music, theatre, circus, live literature and a lot more. Here. Nick Driftwood talks about the programme and why Brighton Fringe needs a Spiegeltent at all…