Things to see at The Brighton Fringe!

Brighton + May = The Brighton Fringe Festival!
Undoubtedly one of my favourite times to be in Brighton (the sort of time where I happy I still haven't moved away) this weekend saw the beginning of the Fringe Festival. For four weeks Brighton is filled with even more art, comedy, theatre and music then usual, with performers from all over the globe showcasing the best of the arts world.

I've managed to pick just five of the best things happening across the festival that I 100% recommend you go and see. (Most of these acts I've seen previous years and would/am totally going to see again, others just look awesome).

1. Shit-Faced Shakespeare
This is pretty much what it sounds like. Take a classic play, get one cast member absolutely wrecked. It's amazing, genius and genuinely funny, this year they put their spin on The Merchant of Venice.
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2. Juliette Burton; Decision Time.
Award winning comedian Juliette Burton is previewing her new docu-comedy Decision Time. Her past performances have always been honest, funny and inspiring.
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3. Elixir.
Comedy and acrobats? Yes and yes!
Incredible circus skills and physical comedy, fun for all the family. I saw them last year and was little bit apprehensive, but wow. I was genuinely blown away.
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4. It Started with Jason Donovan.
JASON DONOVAN!? A show dedicated to the man himself? Almost. During this hour long performance Sarah Blanc recounts her dating history though the songs of her first love.
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5. Fringe City Night.
Fringe city brings the best of the festival out to play for an evening of free entertainment, from comedy, music and circus there will be plenty too see all around New Road as part of the Fringe All Nighter.
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Have you got any recommendations? Let me know in the comments.

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