- June 18, 2018
1 Preview season has kicked off at Komedia with a huge variety of comedians heading to the venue to run through their work-in-progress shows as double headers ahead of Ed Fringe. These include; Zoe Lyons, Matt Forde, Adam Hess, Flo & Joan, Denim, Lloyd Langford, and Kiri Pritchard-McLean.
Komedia, throughout June and July, £various, www.komedia.co.uk/brighton
2 And there’s more double-headers from comedians whittling and sharpening their shows for Scotland over by The Level. More top notch and breaking through acts include: Lucy Porter, Elf Lyons, Hal Cruttenden, Paul Sinha, Andrew O’Neill, Robin Ince, John-Luke Roberts, and Nish Kumar.
Caroline Of Brunswick, June and July, £various, carolineofbrunswick.co.uk
3 Here’s something you don’t find every day – An Evening With Peter Andre, an unscripted interview discussion with the man himself including a Q&A from the audience, and anything else that catches his fancy. Price scaling reflects a chance for a meet’n’greet before the show. Ooh!
Royal Hippodrome Theatre, Eastbourne, Friday 22 June, 7.30pm, £29–79
4 An outdoor, interactive adventure for all little gardeners, The Little Gardener is based on the book by Emily Hughes. Performed inside a greenhouse, containing a real-life garden, How It Ended tell the story of a little gardener and the garden that meant everything to him. Suitable for little ones aged 2+.
Brighton Open Air Theatre, Tuesday 19 June, 11am & 2pm & 5pm, £10/8
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