Alex Berdugo reviews Broken Air, appearing at One Church as part of Brighton Fringe. The One Church was superb venue for a Brighton Fringe event such as Broken Air. The magisterial architecture created a spiritual aura, with the church organ and altar providing the perfect setting for an existential performance. […]

With Golden Jester, Max Turner and Edinburgh’s prestigious So You Think You’re Funny competition finals under his belt, it’s easy to see why London comedian Mark Daniels was chosen to open Brighton Fringe over the May Day Bank Holiday weekend (1st-4th May). The arts festival – running from the 1st […]

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