Death, a bit grim! but does it have to be that way? This is a funny, reflective and honest show about death. This is a gentle stroll into the Valley of Death.
Read the full review of this very good show on Fringe Review, The Death Show
The show has a website: The Death Show
They are on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedeathshowbham/
And Twitter: @The_Death_Show
Oliver Taylor and Dillon Mapletoft, bring us a clever, funny and thoughtful show about depression and mental illness. Winners of last years Brighton Fringe Best Newcomer Award they’re back again for a sell out run.
Read the full review of this Highly Recommended show on Fringe Review; Fix My Brain
They have a Facebook Page: Fix My Brain
And are on Twitter @FixMyBrainCom
Negotiators have been drafted in, following a child’s heartfelt appeal to divorce her parents.
In an extraordinary turn of events, Brabantia-Dragonflower Napton felt compelled to initiate proceedings, when her parents refused to allow her to eat a ham sandwich, at the school picnic. Continue reading “Brabantia-Dragonflower to divorce her parents following ham sandwich row”
Delivering his accurately researched Guide to Storming Castles, in armour and with lots of shouting, Britain’s foremost Stand-Up Archaeologist brings something very different to the Brighton Fringe.
Read the full review of this recommended show at Fringe Review: A Practical Guide to Storming Castles
He has a website, https://paulduncanmcgarrity.co.uk
And twitter @PaulDuncanMcG
Read the full review of this recommended show at Fringe Review: Dan Evans : 20%
Here is the link to Dan’s Facebook page; Dan Evans Facebook Page
Nanny Napton’s children bought her a Laptop so she could stay in touch with her growing family. Ian, her 14-year-old grandson was charged with teaching her how to use it.
After a few basic lessons she was hooked up to social media accounts, had been shopping online, was commenting on articles and threads and looking at photographs galore on Instagram.
Continue reading “Typing BBC into Google gave Grandma a bit of a shock”