Ahoy, me hearties (aka Brighton youngsters)! If you’re a fan of either singing or pirates (or both), then tell your parents to book you a ticket for Al Start’s Excellent Songs for Children (A Pirate Adventure). Featuring much swashbuckling, super-catchy sea shanties, a Salon de Mer (for your barnet) and all sorts of other treasures, it promises to be a popular addition to the Fringe Festival line-up. Musician Start’s show was a sell-out last year, so you’ll need to be quick. There are two performances on Sunday 22 May (1pm and 3pm) at the Komedia – Â£6 perÂ ticket or Â£20 for a family of four (under twos go free) -Â and if you go along in seafaring-themed fancy dress you’ll be in the running for pirate booty. Yo ho ho!Â If you don’t manage to get tickets, you can buy Start’s CD, featuring quirky numbers, such as Gorrid the Horrid and Little Green Men, which is accompanied by a beautifully illustrated book of lyrics. You’ll be pleased to hear that all songs pass the crucial ‘bearable for adults’ test.