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Brighton House: (The Late Show) —
The “slightly soiled bearpit of a show” (G Scene) returns. Join us for the best late-night entertainment every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Bank Holiday Sundays of the Fringe. Featuring stand-up, sketch, clowns and cabaret and a range of fabulous hosts.
“A great place to wind up at the end of a festival night out, it’s engaging, fun and you get plenty of value in a gently rowdy nights entertainment!” (G Scene)
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Brighton House: (Phil Lunn Is...) —
An evening with a lady who isn’t to be forgotten. Phil Lunn Is… a cabaret singer, created uniquely for this one performance. Entirely improvised songs and entirely improvised conversation, all inspired by the audience. “Original, beautiful, and funny. A unique performance.” (Reykjavik lmprov Festival) “Phil Lunn from the UK became the star.” (Sirp Magazine)
“A powerhouse of musical improv.” (Open Your Mouth and Sing)
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Brighton House: (Ava Rage By Lorna Shaw) —
Radio and TV regular Lorna Shaw (Plebs ITV2, Midnight Beast E4, BBC Radio 4, BBC3) brings her character Ava Rage to the stage with stand-up and music. A celebration of being none in a million. Lorna is one half of critically acclaimed duo That Pair (Soho Theatre, BBC Radio 4). “Expect off-beat brilliance and songs” (The Times) “Strong, simple melodies and Shaw’s guitar playing and vocal ability make for an album of pop hits” (BroadwayBaby)
“Lorna is an exceptional talent who is going places” (Funny Women)
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Brighton House: (Pick of the Fringe: Launch Night Special) —
A sensational line-up of Fringe favourites assemble to launch Brighton Fringe 2018. Have a sneak preview of the best that this year’s festival has to offer. [Likely to contain a 7ft Glamonster, dinosaurs, dancing and lasers!]
“Otherplace don’t just have their fingers on the pulse, they’re the pacemakers” (Time Out).
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Brighton House: (GROOMED By Mankind / Ingenious Purpose) —
Three-time winner at Brighton Fringe 2016, ‘GROOMED’ is back, but for one night only. Three extraordinary stories: A betrayed schoolboy, a Japanese soldier and the inventor of the saxophone. Life-enhancing theatre can transform past wounds that so many share. This show’s emotional power has gripped audiences in Norway, the UK, and the USA. Intelligent. Unmissable. “One of the most moving pieces I have ever seen. I left the theatre educated and entertained – a most rare experience… ” (Sandi Toksvig) *** (Reviews Hub) *** (Broadway Baby, Bobby Award Winner) *** (Fringe Guru)
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Brighton House: (Iris Prize: A Celebration of LGBT Film) —
The Iris Prize Festival, based in Cardiff, celebrates amazing LGBT film and each year awards the largest LGBT short film prize in the world. These winning short films from Iris 2017 are the best of the best, telling fascinating LGBT stories from the UK and beyond. Lily – Youth Jury Award Graham Cantwell | Ireland | 22 mins Eté – Highly Commended, Best British Gregory Oke | UK | 19 mins We Love Moses – Best British Dionne Edwards | UK | 19 mins Mother Knows Best – Iris Prize
Mikael Bundsen | Sweden | 13 mins
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Brighton House: (Brighton Fringe Opening Night and Fireworks at The Warren) —
The launch of Brighton Fringe 2018 at The Warren.
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Brighton House: (Patti Smith and Her Band) —

The original art-punk queen and rebel rock icon returns with her band to Brighton Dome.
Patti Smith cut her teeth on the ’70s New York scene, and has been making rousing, literate and cathartic rock ‘n’ roll ever since. From her seminal 1975 debut Horses to mid-90s collaborations with Jeff Buckley, John Cale and Tom Verlaine, Patti Smith’s uncompromising creativity and restless energy have inspired a generation of imitators and admires.
Since the turn of the millennium Smith has been inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame, released a string of acclaimed albums, been the subject of Steven Sebring’s cult documentary Dream of Live, and authored the award-winning memoirs Just Kids and M Train, as well as being named one of Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.
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Brighton House: (Belshazzar’s Feast) —

Richard Armstrong – Conductor

James Rutherford – Baritone

Brighton Festival Chorus

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra



Britten Four Sea Interludes

Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending

Walton Belshazzar’s Feast
Fifty years ago a new choir was launched with a performance of Walton’s epic cantata Belshazzar’s Feast, whose choral music is both immensely challenging and unforgettably vivid. That choir was Brighton Festival Chorus, now established as one of the finest symphony choruses in the UK and an indispensable part of the Festival.
Just as in its 1968 debut, the Chorus is joined by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for this historic commemorative concert. Conducted by Sir Richard Armstrong and with the leading British baritone James Rutherford as soloist, this is a landmark performance for the Chorus, and an unmissable event for anyone who thrills to the intensity and excitement of a virtuosic ensemble at full power.

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Brighton House: (Ezra Furman) —

Plus support by Du Blonde

‘The kind of performer that makes you feel like a teenager all over again’ The Guardian


Tears. Heartbreak. Unbridled joy. Ezra Furman is the real deal.
Fans of Chicago’s rock’n’roll hero will testify as to the electric energy of his live shows that teeter on the edge of hysteria.
His onstage presence, hook-laden garage-punk (think Jonathan Richman meets Spector-era Ramones meets the E Street Band), and confessional lyrics about sexuality, depression, faith and politics, have all earned him a legion of followers on both sides of the Atlantic.
Back with his newly re-christened band The Visions, and hot on the heels of the release of latest album Transangelic Exodus, this is a performer that must be seen to be believed.

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