Following Government guidance regarding Covid-19 Brighton Fringe 2020 due to take place in May has been postponed until the Autumn. All tickets purchased will be valid for newly scheduled dates which we will announce in due course.
Description:Ryan John Gray presents his work in progress show When a Person is Bad, for the first time at the Brighton Toy Museum.
15 May 19:30 Free, Ticketed 1 Hour Tickets..
An engaging one-woman monologue guiding the audience though Jane’s childhood and the legacy of her Grandmother’s toy collection. Join Jane for a journey into her childhood: innocent Christmases and school days overshadowed by her collection of possessed toys going back generations. Can Jane confront the power of the supernatural and put her ancestors’ spirits to rest?
1,2,4 & 5 May 18:30 and 3 May 17:30 £9/7 50mins Tickets..
Description:Professor Elemental has a tale to tell. And it’s not very nice at all. Turning the Toy Museum into a haunted attic, Brighton’s own Steampunk Professor invites you to a whole new show celebrating horror, comedy and fandom and family. There will be songs, surprises, stand-up and storytelling, as he unleashes of some his weirdest tales and takes you on a journey through the fiction that made him. Why is horror so frowned upon? Where do you find escapism in a world that is more than horrible enough already? And is it ever ok to eat a swan for Sunday dinner?
8 & 9 May 20:00 £10/8 90mins Tickets..
‘Music Box’ is one of the UK’s favourite improvised musicals, performing a completely new all-singing, all-dancing musical every show. Every plot point, song and even “choreography” is made up from scratch on the spot, based on audience suggestions. ‘Music Box’ are known for their anarchic, irreverent and fun style that has delighted audiences for almost a decade. With ‘Music Box’, every night is opening night!
1 & 2 May 20:30 £8/7 75mins Tickets..
Four hand-picked panellists deliver short stand-up comedy sets based on historical events which happened on the same date as the show (3 May), then together discuss local historical people and possible alternative endings to events which happened in Brighton’s history. Recorded for the ‘It Just So Happened’ podcast and hosted by stand-up comedian Richard Pulsford. Visit website for previous episodes.
3 May 19:30 £10/8 1 Hour Tickets…
Her father left when she was two years old, Tracy Savage has been searching for him ever since. But has she been looking for him in all the wrong places – in the arms of questionable men, at the bottom of a bottle, in the beautiful surroundings of Southern France? Every Wrong Direction is Tracy’s story, sharing her struggles with motherhood, mental health, music and laundry in her part hilarious, part tragic and completely honest account of growing up with an absent father and choosing between repeating patterns and breaking the mould.
24-26 May 20:00 £7.50/5 1 Hour Tickets..