COMEDY and chaos – Brighton Fringe rumbles on with a wonderful day of wacky adventures.

Here’s what to expect from the Fringe today:


You’re Bard

“Shakespeare like you’ve never seen.”

A hilarious interactive show, You’re Bard puts the stage in the hands of the audience, as they decide which of the four actors plays which role across a host of Shakespeare’s plays.

There are 1,020,096 possible outcomes – so who knows what to expect apart from an evening of laughter.

Brighton Open Air Theatre, Dyke Road, age seven-plus, tickets from £10, 7.45pm


Chloe Petts: Something Old, Something New

Chloe’s stand-up has gained praise from the upper echelons of comedians, especially after a slot on Jonathan Ross’s Comedy Club and supporting Ed Gamble on tour.

The rising star has become known for her “laddish wish” and covers football, friendships and fast-food in her set – but has been known to just make things up on the spot.

(Three nights) The Caxton Arms, North Gardens, Brighton, 16-plus, tickets from £6, 8pm


The Wrong Channel…?! Broadcasts One and Two.

Hosted by Wrong Numba, the show explores current affairs and how to handle them from an existential perspective.

“This multi-sensory delight will aim to bring an informed safe space to those lost in space”. If this sounds like something you need, then head down for the hour and a half show tonight.

Attend both broadcasts for a chance to be awarded the golden ticket to join THE WRöNG PLANET.

The Rose Hill, Rose Hill Terrace, Brighton, 16-plus, tickets – pay as you feel from £5, 8pm

The Argus: The Wrong Channel...!? Broadcasts One and TwoThe Wrong Channel...!? Broadcasts One and Two



Directed by Erin Blackmore, Wild explores how three sisters who live entirely different lifestyles are reunited for their grandmother’s funeral.

Will they reconcile or will their bonds break entirely?

This performance is Wild’s world premiere.

The Lantern at ACT. Rock Place, Brighton, 12-plus, tickets from £10, 8pm


Charlotte Fox: Cosmic Narcissit

Cited as “ravishing, playful, and compellingly gross” and given five stars by London Pub Theatres, Charlotte Fox’s hour of musical comedy is for those who like their comedy equal parts satirical, sexy, and downright obscure.

Charlotte has been working a new project with the BBC, and on the award-winning BBC Radio 4 show The Skewer.

Brighton Spiegeltent: Bosco, Old Steine Gardens, 16-plus, 9pm, tickets from £8