Wednesday, April 24


- June 2, 2014

All shows are in Fringe, except those marked with * which are in Festival (nothing from £5 Fringe or Great Escape this year)

Best Cabaret
WINNER: A Berlin Kabarett
NOMINEES: Hitch, Danielle Imara’s In Jail, Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer

Best Children’s Event
WINNER: Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking (Junior Edition)
NOMINEES: I Believe In Unicorns*, Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland, The FoulPlay Fox Hunt, Thumbelina, Goldifox
NB. Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland is the Box Tale Soup version at the Warren, not the similarly-named Wonderland at the Dukebox

Best Classical Music Event
WINNER: Metamporphosen*
NOMINEES: Brighton Youth Celebrate Sir John Taverner*; Taverner’s Supernatural Songs*; Down By The Greenwood Side*

Best Comedy Show
WINNER: Love Sick
NOMINEES: Kitten Killers, The Fundamental Interconnectedness Of Everyone With An Internet Connection, George Egg: Anarchist Cook, Puppetgeist

Best Female Performer
WINNER: Kate Goodfellow (Smoking Ban)
NOMINEES: Liz Peters (Toybox), Jane Postlethwaite (Bite-Sized), Emma Sarjeant (Jerk)

Best Film
No award this year

Best International Act
WINNER: Normal Heights
NOMINEES: Opus 7*, Jamie MacDowell + Tom Thum, Jerk

Best Literature/Workshop Event
WINNER: Moonshine
NOMINEES: Writers Allowed Too, Comic Book Babylon

Best Male Performer
WINNER: Ben Richardson (Bite-Sized)
NOMINEES: Lloyd Ryan Thomas (The Opinion Makers / Dead In The Water), Mr B

Best Music Event
WINNER: Jamie MacDowell + Tom Thum
NOMINEES: Eliza Skelton & Friends, Down By The Greenwood Side*, Emmylou Harris*

Best Outdoor Event
WINNER: The FoulPlay Fox Hunt
NOMINEES: Funny Peculiar Eccentric Brighton Tour, Walking:Holding

Best Theatre Performance
NOMINEES: Pirates of Penzance Rebooted, Hedwig And The Angry Inch, Big Bite Sized Breakfast

Best Venue
WINNER: Marlborough
NOMINEES: Warren, Dukebox, Brighton Spiegeltent

Most Ground-breaking Act
NOMINEES: Performr, Waterghosts

Outstanding Contribution to the Festival
The team behind Brighton Spiegeltent

Star of the Festival
Emma Sarjeant

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