The Warren: Theatre Box

The Warren: Theatre Box
St Peter’s Church North, York Place, Brighton, BN1 4GU
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Accidents Happen: Sasha Ellen And Beloved Pets She's Killed

At the tender age of three, Sasha Ellen accidentally killed a kitten. And she hasn't stopped murdering since. A stand-up show about mishaps, misunderstandings and general screw-ups.

Agent Of Influence

Sarah Sigal's play is a comic tour de force set against the backdrop of a Britain simmering with pre-war tension, royal scandal and rising fascism.

Thu 25 May

Fri 26 May

Sat 27 May

…and 2 more dates until 29 May

Alice Marshall: Blood

Surreal and absurdist character comedy from the actress and stand-up.

Fri 19 May

Sat 20 May

Sun 21 May

Amusings

Surreal sketch comedy from Goodwin.

Sat 3 Jun

£8 (£6.50; £5)

Sun 4 Jun

£8 (£6.50; £5)

Bard's Bitches

Emul8 Theatre Company's about an audition for a theatre production. Starring Heather Alexander and Jane Brooman. Directed by Tina Pelini.

Mon 15 May

£10.50 (£9; £8)

Tue 16 May

£10.50 (£9; £8)

Wed 17 May

£10.50 (£9; £8)

Being Hueman Being

Luke brings his world of fantasy and ridiculousness to Brighton, keen to ignite pure idiocy out of nowhere. This clown takes us on an absurd adventure in a show about vulnerability, our imperfection and what is beautiful about not being quite normal.

Fri 5 May

Sat 6 May

Sun 7 May

The Beta Males Go Solo: The Story Beast & Richard Soames

The Foster's Edinburgh Best Newcomer Award-nominated Story Beast and critically-acclaimed storyteller Richard Soames return with brand new material.

Bryony Twydle: Twaddle

A demented solo character show awash with warped, arrogant and overly-ambitious characters from one fifth of award-winning sketch group The Jest.

Fri 12 May

Sat 13 May

Sun 14 May

Couples & Pairs

In their Brighton Fringe debut, Irish company Blue Heart Theatre bring this entertaining evening of short plays by exciting new writers, with live music between the plays reflecting and commenting on the action.

Tue 23 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Wed 24 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Thu 25 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

…and 2 more dates until 27 May

CSI: Crime Scene Improvisation

A unique murder mystery comedy made-up on the spot to solve a surreal murder chosen by the audience.

Dan Attfield: Google Drive

Musical comedy from the 2016 Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian semi-finalist, using search trends to predict the apocalypse.

The Establishment

Comedians Dan Lees and Neil Frost performs as two quintessentially British gentlemen from a bygone era, struggling to hold onto their values, wealth and power.

Sat 6 May

Sun 7 May

Wed 24 May

Fred Strangebone's Freakshow

Character comedy, clowning and verse from the poet and quiet loner.

Sat 20 May

£9.50 (£8; £7; Children £7 under 16s)

Sun 21 May

£9.50 (£8; £7; Children £7 under 16s)

Mon 22 May

£9.50 (£8; £7; Children £7 under 16s)

Tue 23 May

£9.50 (£8; £7; Children £7 under 16s)

George Egg: Anarchist Cook

Possibly the actual definition of anarchic: George Egg creates full-blown meals from only stuff available in hotel rooms.

Sun 7 May

Wed 24 May

Sun 28 May

Mon 29 May

Goddess

Tangerine Theatre Company's comedy about a middle-aged, plus-sized goddess with a right gob on her.

Sat 6 May

£11 (£9.50; £8.50)

Sun 7 May

£11 (£9.50; £8.50)

Thu 18 May

£11 (£9.50; £8.50)

Going South

Musical comedy meets topical and irreverent humour.

Fri 26 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Sat 27 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Mon 29 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Good Grief: 207 West 88th

Tales of various characters connected to one building on the West Side of Manhattan.

Mon 8 May

Tue 9 May

Sat 3 Jun

Sun 4 Jun

Helen Duff: When The Going Gets Duff

The writer and performer presents her latest routine of bold, subversive humour about fully exposed idiocy.

Fri 26 May

Sat 27 May

Hidden Mother

The Off-Off-Off-Broadway Company's darkly funny drama about friendship and politics, madness and mothers. Written by and starring Polis Loizou.

Sat 20 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Sun 21 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Mon 22 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Tue 23 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

The Jest

An evening of subversive sketch and character comedy.

Fri 2 Jun

£10 (£8.50)

Sat 3 Jun

£10 (£8.50)

Laid

A one-woman show directed by Dr. Brown and written and performed by Natalie Palamides about a woman who lays an egg every day and has to make the difficult decision whether to eat one.

Thu 4 May

£7–£9.50

Mon 8 May

£7–£9.50

Tue 9 May

£7–£9.50

…and 2 more dates until 11 May

The Last Honeypot

Goya Arts present an unusual story about Eli Hum, a young boy born with a condition which means his tummy can only digest honey.

Thu 11 May

£7–£8.50 ( £28)

Fri 12 May

£7–£8.50 ( £28)

Sat 13 May

£7–£8.50 ( £28)

Sun 14 May

£7–£8.50 ( £28)

The Love Of Stationery

Lisa Maria Berg's solo dark comedy about a woman who collects commonplace things.

Sat 20 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Sun 21 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Obama & Me

This work-in-progress takes on the big issues of Brexit, Trump, US and EU race relations, and the global refugee crisis in a powerful, compelling narrative.

Tue 30 May

£10.50

Wed 31 May

£10.50

Thu 1 Jun

£10.50

One Man Two Ghosts

Farce Forward present their chaotic version of Blithe Spirit, complete with slapstick, mime and outrageous dance numbers.

Fri 2 Jun

Sat 3 Jun

Sun 4 Jun

Owen Roberts: The Man Who Ate Too Many Raisins

An hour of comedy from one third of the critically acclaimed sketch group Beasts.

Princes Of Main

Join these three beautiful nightmares as they test-drive an hour of brand-new sketches for your amusement.

Fri 19 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Sat 20 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Sun 21 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Re: Production

Award-winning White Slate Theatre explores the choices and options women have in contemporary society when weighing up careers, motherhood, and where self-worth is found.

Wed 10 May

Thu 11 May

Sat 13 May

Sun 14 May

Richard Carpenter's Close To You

A colourful hybrid of character comedy, dramatic monologue and live music gig; an epic account of the ultimate control freak, performed by Matthew Floyd Jones.

Rob Van Vuuren: Life

A high-energy rant from the multi-award-winning South African cult comedic phenomenon, the Comics Choice Breakthrough Act award winner as he hurls headlong into frenetic fury that seamlessly blends the mundane, the surreal, the absurd and the annoying.

Mon 15 May

Tue 16 May

Wed 17 May

Thu 18 May

Rubber Ring

Comic coming-of-age adventure story about a boy learning to love without labels. Debut play by Norfolk playwright James McDermott.

Mon 8 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Tue 9 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Wed 10 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Thu 11 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Samantha Baines: Work In Progress

Angel Comedy brings you our favourite shows from the Edinburgh Festival to YOU in London. Hour long shows of comedic greatness…For free! We spoil you. You know that, right? Free tickets available on the door, or guarantee a seat by buying a ticket below. Award-winning comedian Samantha Baines (The Crown, Sunny D, BBC…

Seven Crazy Bitches

Holly Morgan wants to figure out how to survive the Seven Ages Of Woman as she channels the crazy of seven beloved female icons.

Mon 15 May

Thu 25 May

Sink

Carl James's story follows the struggle of one man's life with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). The show combines physical theatre with performance art, occasionally relying on sign language to articulate the feelings that words cannot.

Thu 1 Jun

£8 (£6.50; £5)

Fri 2 Jun

£8 (£6.50; £5)

Sat 3 Jun

£8 (£6.50; £5)

Sun 4 Jun

£8 (£6.50; £5)

Smurthwaite on Masculinity

The award-winning comedian, campaigner and writer sizes up the patriarchy in her solo show.

Fri 26 May

Sat 27 May

Sun 28 May

ThisEgg: Goggles

Writers and actors Gemma Barnett and Josie Dale-Jones created a heartwarming show for their dead pet fish. It looks at the fish, friendship and keeping each other afloat.

Tue 30 May

Wed 31 May

Thu 1 Jun

Tracey Tracey

Debut show from character comedian, Nicola Cross. Join lovable outsider Tracey as she spends her birthday party alone.

Fri 19 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Sat 20 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Sun 21 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Mon 22 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Vault Festival: Gemma Arrowsmith: Earthling

Sketches and characters from Gemma Arrowsmith (Tracey Ullman's Show, Dave Gorman's Modern Life is Goodish, Charlie Brooker's How TV Ruined Your Life) charting the best and worst humanity has to offer.

Fri 5 May

£9.50 (£8; £7; Children £5 under 16s)

Sat 6 May

£9.50 (£8; £7; Children £5 under 16s)

Sun 7 May

£9.50 (£8; £7; Children £5 under 16s)

Viggo Venn: The Life Of Pepito

Clowning, characters and physical comedy telling the story of a man who works in a cookie factory, only to discover he's actually a character in a play.

The Wedding Guest

A solo character comedy chronicling the ups and downs of Juan Dominguez.

Fri 12 May

Sat 13 May

Sun 14 May

Zach & Viggo: Dream Team

Surreal and absurdist humour from the award-winning Norwegian-American comedy duo.

Fri 19 May

Sat 20 May

Sun 21 May

Zach Zucker: Human Person

Surreal humour from the LA-based stand-up and winner of 2016's Rising Star - The Media Eye.

Fri 12 May

Sat 13 May

Sun 14 May

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