The Warren: Studio 3

The Warren: Studio 3
St Peter's Church North York Place, Brighton, BN1 4GU
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AART TV Live Broadcast!

New Zealand's finest Mikey The Aartist returns to Brighton Fringe for the launch of AART TV Live with special guest artists Jim Parkyn and George Egg.

Wed 10 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Thu 11 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Sun 28 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Mon 29 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Alice Devlin: Extra-Curricular

Alternative humour about the 'special skills' section of CVs.

Sat 27 May

Sun 28 May

Mon 29 May

BA Theatre Arts Graduate Shows

A compelling collection of collaborative outcomes from BA Theatre Arts students at Northbrook, that showcases innovative and curious work from performers, make-up artists, costume and prop makers.

Brawn

Honest Man Theatre presents the story of a young man in a world fixated on muscle mass, self-image and self-improvement.

Fri 2 Jun

£8.50 (£7)

Sat 3 Jun

£8.50 (£7)

Sun 4 Jun

£8.50 (£7)

Dave Edwards: Looking For Love!

The comedian looks for love and advice in the messy world of modern-day dating.

Dot. Dot. Dot.

The Creative Performance Company's absurdist play featuring two young female protagonists, with influences from Samuel Beckett's Waiting For Godot.

Wed 31 May

Fri 2 Jun

Femage A Trois

Three shows by female writers and performers, featuring Safe To Shoot by Polly Churchill, Hysteria by Claire Gordon-Webster and The Best Worst Day Of My Life by Victoria Turnbull.

Fri 5 May

Sat 6 May

Sun 7 May

Tue 9 May

The Fool, The Champ And The Bandito

BA(Hons) Acting and Creative Performance students from Colchester University explore the effects of alcohol.

Frankenstein

Mad Tom Theatre presents an adaptation of Mary Shelley's Gothic novel about an eccentric inventor who creates a living creature in his laboratory.

Fri 19 May

£8.50 (£7; £6)

Sat 20 May

£8.50 (£7; £6)

Sun 21 May

£8.50 (£7; £6)

Georgie Morrell: A Poke In The Eye

Charm and wit from the semi-blind comic who uses illustrations and sounds to tell the story of how she went almost blind.

Wed 24 May

Thu 25 May

Fri 26 May

Hurricane Michael

Barbary Ape presents a satirical drama which reveals the truth behind the Great Storm of 1987.

Thu 18 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Fri 19 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Sat 20 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

…and 3 more dates until 4 Jun

Imaginauts

A fast-paced farce from the Brighton-based theatre company.

Thu 11 May

£8.50 (£7; £6)

Tue 30 May

£8.50 (£7; £6)

Wed 31 May

£8.50 (£7; £6)

Thu 1 Jun

£8.50 (£7; £6)

Jacob Hatton: True Brit

Join Jacob Hatton (BBC Radio 4 Extra, Soho Theatre Young Company) on a voyage of discovery, exploring Britain, class, life, death and the Shipping Forecast.

Sat 27 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Sun 28 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Mon 29 May

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Jilberto Soto: Even God Knew I Was Gay

The American comic details reasons for leaving Seattle for England and his daily struggles as a gay, dating Catholic Mexican.

Fri 5 May

Sat 6 May

Sun 7 May

…and 3 more dates until 21 May

Jon & Nath Like To Party

Brand new sketch comedy show from Sketchfest 2016 finalists with impressions and mischief.

Just Broken

BA(Hons) Acting and Creative Performance students from Colchester perform a play about a woman with mental health issues.

Tue 30 May

Thu 1 Jun

Kelly Convey: You Can't Polish A Turd

Sharp wit and anecdotes from the 2017 Leicester Comedy Festival Comedian Of The Year nominee, about staying true to your roots.

Fri 26 May

Sat 27 May

Sun 28 May

Mon 29 May

Kitten Killers: Stallions

The trio of Fran Bushe, Kat Cade and Perdita Stott, who were nominees for a coveted Golden Jesters Award, perform gleefully grotesque sketches and arch songs.

Thu 1 Jun

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Fri 2 Jun

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Sat 3 Jun

£10 (£8.50; £7.50)

Lazarus

Luke Martin offers a witty and personal stand-up show about having a near fatal illness.

Mon 8 May

£5–£8

Tue 9 May

£5–£8

Thu 11 May

£5–£8

…and 2 more dates until 13 May

Little Meerkat's Big Panic

An award-winning, magical, musical, multi-sensory adventure with Little Meekat and her friends Elephant and Wise Monkey. Find out all about Calm and what to do with very big feelings. Based on the storybook by trauma-parenting expert Jane Evans.

Thu 1 Jun

Fri 2 Jun

Sat 3 Jun

Sun 4 Jun

Luke Rollason: Planet Earth III

Hilarious comedy from clown Luke Rollason as he presents his low-budget, one-man nature documentary.

Sat 27 May

Sun 28 May

Mon 29 May

Macbeth

The Pocket Oxford Theatre Company offer a madcap adaptation of Shakespeare's tale of murder, witches and betrayal.

Fri 5 May

£7–£9.50

Sat 6 May

£7–£9.50

Sun 7 May

£7–£9.50

…and 2 more dates until 4 Jun

The Monks Of Umami: Radiodyssey

Thom Jordan, Elliot Hall and Jordan Dunbar recreate the lost material heard in the vaults of BBC Stoke in 1952 to hear a ground-breaking new radio comedy act.

Sat 13 May

Sun 14 May

Sat 20 May

Sun 21 May

My Feminist Boner

Brighton Fringe Award-winner Sarah Blanc returns a new solo show about over-the-counter contraptions which are meant to improve you.

Wed 10 May

Mon 22 May

Tue 23 May

Nick Hall: Spencer

Mad cap energy from the comic who attempts to tell the story of Spencer, the only prime minister to be assassinated. Will he succeed?

Sat 6 May

£8.50 (£7; £6)

Sun 7 May

£8.50 (£7; £6)

Off The Cuff: Crime And Funishment

Brighton's improvised comedy favourites return to present another series of impromptu detective dramas packed with colourful characters, lurid plots and hilarious escapades. A completely new episode is created each night from audience suggestions.

Thu 11 May

Fri 12 May

Sat 13 May

Sun 14 May

Pelican

A comedy trio featuring Jordan, Guy and Sam who perform their surrealist and slapstick material.

Sat 27 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Sun 28 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Mon 29 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

The Performance

Gaulier-trained performer, Iain Gibbons, inspired by the silent clowns, plays the most annoying audience member you could ever wish to sit next to, inexperienced with the expected etiquette of theatre.

Thu 25 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Fri 26 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Sat 27 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Power Story

Blooming Ludus presents a participatory theatre game exploring where we source our energy from and how the choices we make about energy ultimately affects our relationship to our environment and each other.

Sat 13 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Sun 14 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Sun 28 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

Mon 29 May

£9.50 (£8; £7)

The Privileged

An interactive adventure by Jamal Harewood in which the audience is given a rare chance to see an unusual polar bear. Ages 16+.

Thu 18 May

£8.50 (£7; £6)

Fri 19 May

£8.50 (£7; £6)

Sat 20 May

£8.50 (£7; £6)

Sun 21 May

£8.50 (£7; £6)

Salt: Sketches

The London Sketchfest and Musical Comedy Awards finalists, bring their new show to Brighton Fringe packed with new sketches, characters and songs. Featuring gritty Scandinavian crime, family dramas and songs that celebrate masculinity.

Fri 5 May

£10.50 (£9; £8)

Sat 6 May

£10.50 (£9; £8)

Fri 12 May

£10.50 (£9; £8)

Sat 13 May

£10.50 (£9; £8)

Siblings

Maddy and Marina Bye present their hotly anticipated debut sketch show, which combines physical comedy and clowning to bring audiences on a trip into the utter absurdity of the all too familiar world.

Wed 24 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Thu 25 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Fri 2 Jun

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Simon Plotkin Is Gerald Galbraith: Troubadour

Twee Scottish children's entertainer Gerald 'Wee Gerry Hoots' Galbraith grew a beard and went full art-folk. The palpably unique, possibly moving but definitely ridiculous character comedy solo debut from Simon Plotkin.

Stick Or Wizard?

Surreal storytelling from Oli Weatherly about a man searching for magic and, perhaps, meaning in life.

Wed 10 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Mon 22 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Tue 23 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

The Stroop Effect

A production from BA(Hons) Acting and Creative Performance students from Colchester University.

Tue 30 May

Thu 1 Jun

Tez Ilyas: Made in Britain

Tez presents the follow-up to his debut hour Tez Talks.

Mon 15 May

Tue 16 May

Wed 17 May

Tez Ilyas: Teztify

The comedian follows up 2016's Made in Britain with another uncompromising show.

Mon 15 May

£8 (£6.50)

Part of Brighton Fringe.

Tue 16 May

£8 (£6.50)

Part of Brighton Fringe.

Wed 17 May

£8 (£6.50)

Part of Brighton Fringe.

The View From The Mountaintop

Falling Sparrow Productions presents a black comedy about three activists, from award-winning playwright, Matt Morrison.

Sat 6 May

Sun 7 May

Sat 3 Jun

Sun 4 Jun

Werewolf Live

Jon Gracey's theatrical gaming experience where participants are assigned as villagers or wolves, and must kill their targets.

Fri 5 May

£9.50 (£8)

Sat 6 May

£9.50 (£8)

Fri 12 May

£9.50 (£8)

Sat 13 May

£9.50 (£8)

When My Time Comes

Dark Lantern Theatre presents the tale of a loner determined to make his mark in 1960s Rochdale. A real-life story told with humour and compassion.

Mon 15 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Tue 16 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Wed 17 May

£9 (£7.50; £6.50)

Woolly: The Morose Merino

Alexander Cofield's tale of how one sexually frustrated, 20-something Brit dealt with rejection by running away to a shearing shed in South Australia. Nominated for Best Comedy at Melbourne Fringe 2016.

Sat 20 May

Sun 21 May

Tue 30 May

Wed 31 May

Yuriko Kotani: Work In Progress

Winner of the BBC Radio New Comedy Award 2015 and Time Out's One to Watch, Yuriko Kotani (as seen on Russell Howard's Stand Up Central) brings you a work in progress show. "leftfield rising star" - Time Out Yuriko Kotani is a UK-based Japanese comedian and the BBC Radio New Comedy Award winner. Kotani began performing…

Sun 7 May

Mon 8 May

Sun 14 May

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