Comedy from Jerry Sadowitz, mime from Trygve Wakensha and music from U.K. Subs are among the highlights at the largest ever Brighton Fringe, which announced its 2017 programme today.
Following the international sell-out success of her previous show,
'Cara Josephine', the star of BBC Radio 4’s 'Romance and Adventure',
'All of the Planet’s Wonders' and presenter of 'Short Cuts' tours her
eighth solo stand-up show, 'Something Better'.
In an open and honest interview, Josie discusses Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn and her reasons for being optimistic.
Also featuring Josie performing live stand up.
In the last two years, improv comedy has experienced a surge of popularity around London with great new groups popping up on the scene. With so many talented comedians, City Impro decided that a fortnightly event was not sufficient to showcase everything that improv has to offer and thus the Shoreditch Improv Festival was born.
Fresh from a sell-out 2016 UK Tour, Edward Fox is to return to the West End in the
celebrated one-man play exploring the life and work of John Betjeman, Sand in the
Sandwiches, for a strictly limited London run. A journey through memory and verse, the
play collates the work of the twentieth century’s most treasured poet. Written by Hugh
Whitemore and directed by Gareth Armstrong, it will visit Northampton before its London
premiere at Theatre Royal Haymarket between May 30th and June 3rd 2017, followed by an
extended UK tour visiting Cambridge, Malvern, Woking, Brighton and Bath.