Tamar Broadbent: Tam To Get Busy (WIP)

Tamar Broadbent: Tam To Get Busy (WIP)

Award-winning comedy songwriter Tamar returns with a brand new show about walks of shame, the hangover blues and forever blaming everything on the Backstreet Boys. As heard on BBC Radio 4 ... 

Samantha Pressdee: Sextremist (Work in Progress)

Samantha Pressdee: Sextremist (Work in Progress)

Samantha's a radical feminist, political activist and very funny (maybe not always for the ‘right’ reasons)! Join her for an hour of topless comedy in support of the Free the Nipple Campaign... 

Neil McFarlane: Sightseeing with a Hangover

Neil McFarlane: Sightseeing with a Hangover

Low budget, international comic Neil McFarlane has travelled extensively and inexpensively round the world, bringing laughter and confusion to many hundreds of people whose first language was not English, and still isn't... 

Aidan Killian: A Life of Silver Linings

Aidan Killian: A Life of Silver Linings

Aidan Killian's World Tour - 'Around the World in 80 Jokes' is here. Expect an uplifting, passionate, hilarious stand-up comedy show that focuses on seeing life's challenges as moments of gold... 

The Funniest Number

The Funniest Number

In a dynamic and totally charming free performance, Owen Elton spreads half-truth and misinformation in original song. Armed only with a piano, several hats, and riotous rhymes, he unleashes his bold and theatrical tenor in a feast of comedy, leaving everyone in fits of delighted laughter. 

Darren Walsh: S'PUN

Darren Walsh: S'PUN

Fresh from winning Dave's Joke of the Fringe last year, and re-telling it dozens of times, Darren Walsh sets to work on coming up with a completely new set of jokes for 2016. S’PUN is the follow-up to 2015’s five-star Edinburgh show 'Punderbolt'... 

Sahar Mirhadi: Dawn of the Geek

Sahar Mirhadi: Dawn of the Geek

A story of self-acceptance, of passion meeting obsession, and of stereotypes dancing to a dazzling Anglo-Iranian beat. We learn how Sahar dealt with the recurrence of being shunned for Nintendo, left for wrestling and lied to by Walt Disney... 

Playback Impro

Playback Impro

Actors play back audience stories. ***** (The Mirror), "A real standout from all the stand-up... comic improvisation theatre-style." "It doesn't get any better than this - ingenious and thoroughly entertaining... 

Dirty White Boys

Dirty White Boys

After having a splendid time in their debut year, Dirty White Boys have returned with a selection of brand-new material. "Clever, witty and brilliantly acted... this comedy duo has oodles of talent up the yin yang" **** (London Theatre1) 

LoveHard

LoveHard

A family recently arrived from nearby America? Remote rural Scotland? A nice, quiet, relatively murder-free area to settle down and forget the problems they've left behind? Need we say any more? Join LoveHard... 

Nick Revell: Heart of Darkness

Nick Revell: Heart of Darkness

"Exhilarating and thought-provoking, angering and very funny" (Kate Copstick, Scotsman), "If you are looking for some first-class, experienced satire, this is your show" (Broadway Baby), "Incisive analysis, accessorised with colourful imagery and lots and lots of proper jokes" (The Guardian) 

Rubbish Rebel

Rubbish Rebel

TV-featured Bentley Browning, founder of Comedy Novices and Comedy for Clergy (the course featured on BBC Breakfast,'The One Show' and 'Russell Howard's Good News'), stars in this fun one-man show... 

Jonathan Hearn: Always Jon; Never Joff

Jonathan Hearn: Always Jon; Never Joff

Red wine, jokes, puppetry, pedantry, a few ditties, a short play and a measure of brandy. This charming stand-up is back, following successful runs in 2015 at The Camden Fringe and The Edinburgh Fringe. 

Human-In-Progress

Human-In-Progress

My mind and body aren't in sync. The less in sync they are, the unhappier I become. If you feel the same way, this is the show for you. 

Star Wars: A Dating Odyssey

Star Wars: A Dating Odyssey

So you like Star Wars and can't find a date? Follow dating Padawan, Aaron Ayjay, as he takes a comedic look at his relationship disasters and his passion for all things Star Wars. Learn Jedi mind tricks to convince a hottie to go out with you... 

Cheekykita Edinburgh Preview: A mancunian horror-ish fish tale

Cheekykita Edinburgh Preview: A mancunian horror-ish fish tale

Cheekykita, a ridiculous comedian like "no one else out there" (The Alarmist). A show with a crab dance, silly songs, fish stories and a bit of horror! "surreally wonderful clownesque, truly unusual" (The Colchester Gazette); NATYS finalist; Runner up for Laughing Horse new act; ????(Edfringe review) 

Joz Norris: Breakfast Of Champions

Joz Norris: Breakfast Of Champions

Award-winning idiot Joz Norris attempts to present the most audacious solo comedy show ever. His director is worried he'll milk it and will do all he can to make sure Joz performs as little of it as possible... 

Aloof!

Aloof!

This stand-up comedy show contains 3 types of sneezes; 3 impressions of screensavers; 4 impressions of toilet seats; 6 rejected Fire Exit sign designs; 1 short play about car indicators; 1 joke my mum wrote; 0 photos of my roof... 

Darius Davies: Road to Wrestlemania

Darius Davies: Road to Wrestlemania

At 18, despite weighing 10 stone and having no athletic ability, Darius decided to become a professional wrestler. A true story of teenage naivety, steroid use, and broken bones. "The story of following your dreams and having them crushed... 

Katharine Ferns: Faking It (work in progress)

Katharine Ferns: Faking It (work in progress)

We learn to lie at 3-years-old. Katharine explores the ridiculous lies society tells us on how we should act, and the lies she has told to hide her mistakes to try to fit in. She finds real humour in how we are all faking it in a fake world... 

Cook and Davies: 'Do Not Leave This Room'

Cook and Davies: 'Do Not Leave This Room'

Bombastic sketch duo Cook and Davies find themselves trapped in a mysterious room. As their minds begin to pickle, they fantasise, role-play and bicker to stave of insanity. They fail... 

Robyn Perkins [is a] Work In Progress

Robyn Perkins [is a] Work In Progress

Robyn Perkins **** (ThreeWeeks), the only American to become an English Comedian of the Year finalist, explores her father, fatherland and what happens when you don't think before you act... 

Jody Kamali is the Incredible Man of Mystery

Jody Kamali is the Incredible Man of Mystery

Debonair. Suave. Idiot. The Man in Black - bringing household items to life in this riotously enchanting hour of physical comedy and a bit of magic. "An extremely talented comic, and completely, unfathomably ridiculous" (Nouse) 

Jo Neary Does Animals and Men

Jo Neary Does Animals and Men

The award-winning comic returns with twenty farcical characters including men and an inanimate object. A celebration of art via lo-fi clowning. "Utterly enchanting" (Daily Telegraph), "Well written and, most importantly, funny" (The Guardian) 

Anti-White PC Manginas Activate!

Anti-White PC Manginas Activate!

With the affectionate way he talks about the fringe and his ability to inject energy into the venues, Dick Coughlan seems like a comic perfectly at home at Brighton Fringe. Announcing the show to the venue downstairs, personally welcoming everyone into the room and finally coming onto stage, it doesn’t take him long to win over the crowd... 

Oliver Meech: When Magic & Food Collide

Oliver Meech: When Magic & Food Collide

After two sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe, Oliver returns to Brighton with his latest magical mash-up: a comedy magic show packed with mouth-watering, jaw-dropping tricks. "could rival Derren Brown" (TheatreWales), "my jaw hit the floor" (BBC), "hilarious" (Broadway Baby) 

Beaton & Dillon: Unleashed

Beaton & Dillon: Unleashed

Cally is female, upbeat and ginger. Josh is male, deadpan and dark-haired. Together they are comedy’s odd couple, who aren’t even a couple. A fringe must-see: two up-and-coming, contrasting, polished comics who take you to places you never expected. 

Stella Graham: StellaGram

Stella Graham: StellaGram

Join Stella for an hour of laughs about the right time to pull a knife and how to terrify a stripper (no audience will be harmed). Stella tries to ignore the devilish voice inside, but when the rage seeps out, it happens to hilarious effect... 

This is hard!

This is hard!

Two comedians, Heather Jordan and Richard Wright, bring you two half-hour shows in one. Come along and see two funny people bring you shows that will make you laugh and think. 

Burning Love. To the ground. An interactive show with Lasagna

Burning Love. To the ground. An interactive show with Lasagna

One man takes on the concept of love in a raging battle to the death. Sort of. Using his real life experience (and a bit of ropey science), Steve Hili does his utmost to batter 'love' into submission... 

Real Prawns have Curves

Real Prawns have Curves

London comedian Heather Jordan brings her debut show to Brighton Fringe. Join her and find out how an unfortunate incident with a couple of prawns landed her in hospital, and how this later led to her contemplating leading beauty companies' campaigns and women's classifications. 

Jacob Hawley & Jake Farrell: GABOS

Jacob Hawley & Jake Farrell: GABOS

Heavy hearted Hertfordshire lads Jacob Hawley (Fresh Comedian of The Year finalist) and Jake Farrell (Soho Theatre Young Company member) present an hour of comedy about one-club towns, tinnies and the future... 

James Veitch: Work in Progress

James Veitch: Work in Progress

Thematically loose, structurally tenuous. James Veitch’s work in progress will have many adverbs followed closely by adjectives. Genuinely intrepid. Fundamentally misguided. “I laughed my ass off” (New York Times), "Ingenious... 

Chick Ass Comedy

Chick Ass Comedy

Robyn Perkins **** (ThreeWeeks), Sarah Iles, (Comedy Network award-winner) and Ria Lina ***** (Mumble Comedy) "fearless, provocative and very funny" (Scotsman) are joined by their favourite award-winning acts for an hour of hilarious comedy. 

LJ Da Funk's Anti-Fascist Counter-Terrorist Comedy Orgy

LJ Da Funk's Anti-Fascist Counter-Terrorist Comedy Orgy

LJ Da Funk (New Comedian of the Year 2015 Winner) presents the most hilarious fusion of sex and politics since David Cameron f**ked that pig. "Relished every minute of it, an infectiously enjoyable quality" Steve Bennett (Chortle), "Deceptively Clever" Bruce Dessau (Evening Standard) 

Circumcision

Circumcision

A unique, honest and funny show from award-winning comedian, Dave Chawner, on having to be circumcised aged 26! Using comedy to talk about sex, sexuality and gender, this is a different show that will "make you think as well as laugh" (Broadway Baby) 

The FunkSmugglers: Mead Dreams

The FunkSmugglers: Mead Dreams

3 guys + 1 drum + 1 loop pedal = funkin' carnage. Join The Funk Smugglers as they introduce you to your new favourite drink - Mead. It's the Bunratty Mead Annual Shareholders Conference and you are invited to attend the hottest event in the premium drinks and beverages calendar. 

Tez Ilyas: TEZ Talks (WIP)

Tez Ilyas: TEZ Talks (WIP)

As heard on BBC Radio 4's The Now Show... Leicester Mercury New Comedian of the Year Nominee & BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, Tez Ilyas brings a work in progress show to Brighton Fringe in preparation for his highly anticipated debut hour at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer... 

Cake & Other Things

Cake & Other Things

An observational, tragi-comic and absurd stand-up comedy show. After a successful Brighton Fringe 2014 run with 'Two Dutch Girls & An Aussie', Dutch-ess Simone Keunen is back in Brighton with a solo show... 

Katharine Ferns: Conscious Incompetent

Katharine Ferns: Conscious Incompetent

Katharine Ferns appears to be a sweet Canadian comic but stories about her misadventures are both dark and brutally funny. From her eccentric family, romantic failures, depression, drugs and overdosing to struggles for redemption, Katharine finds humour in all her mistakes, but not necessarily solutions... 

Robin Morgan: Hello Robin

Robin Morgan: Hello Robin

'Hello, Robin' is a show that says "Hello, Robin" to me, Robin Morgan, 25 years old, male, GSOH, suspicious of long walks. It's a positive show about growing up, learning from your mistakes, and making the best of life... 

Carlos Cojones Presents

Carlos Cojones Presents

Columbia's second biggest export, Carlos Cojones, comes to Brighton to tell the world about his life. With a little help from his friends. 

Huntington & Hutt

Huntington & Hutt

Join James Huntington (Hunger Games fanatic) and Joanna Hutt (Penelope Cruz wannabe) as they grapple with life’s big questions: Is it possible to take down UKIP with a chocolate bar? Is Mark from Eastenders a legitimate spirit guide? And what happens when one half of a double act signs the other up to a Christian dating website? Brainchild of acclaimed sketch troupe, Dog-Eared Collective, this is not to be missed... 

Omar Hamdi: Work in Progress 2015

Omar Hamdi: Work in Progress 2015

BBC3 and Radio 2 star, Welsh-Egyptian motormouth Omar Hamdi is "Just what the comedy scene has been crying out for" (Daily Telegraph). His anticipated debut hour is about his struggle to fit in, with his trademark energy, family confessions, social commentary, politics and mummy issues... 

Playback Impro

Playback Impro

Four actors play back audience stories. "A real stand-out from all the stand-up, this is comic improvisation theatre-style... the quick-witted troupe step into your story, giving it a genre and treatment in seconds" ***** (The Mirror), "It doesn't get any better than this - spontaneous, ingenious and thoroughly entertaining... 

Sean McLoughlin: Breaking Point

Sean McLoughlin: Breaking Point

Another hour of choice stand-up from the acclaimed/dazed Sean McLoughlin, who was nominated by fellow comedians for the 'Best Performer' Barry Award at the Edinburgh Fringe 2014. **** "Brilliant and unexpected" (Chortle), **** "It's a tour-de-force" (Gigglebeats), "The stand-out stand-up" (Evening Standard), "What a genuinely fresh and powerful voice... 

Alastair Clark: Getting Better (WIP)

Alastair Clark: Getting Better (WIP)

Clark is an outsider. A renegade. He don’t play by the rules. He's on the edge. Too on the edge. Dangerously close to the edge. Can I come down now? A comedy show about depression featuring Franz Kafka and Goosebumps... 

Ade Foiadelli: A Clockwork Bollock

Ade Foiadelli: A Clockwork Bollock

Following the success of Brighton’s regular 'Funny Side Up' show and a monthly slot at the city’s first comedy panel show, 'Sidesplitters', Ade Foiadelli is bringing his lackadaisical brand of tongue-lashing to Brighton Fringe... 

James Bran: Invisible Badminton & Other Dreams

James Bran: Invisible Badminton & Other Dreams

Following a successful run at last year's Edinburgh Fringe, quirky and exciting rising comedy talent James Bran brings his solo show to Brighton Fringe. James' haikus and prop-based comedy are “Guaranteed to have you in stitches” (The U Review) “**** Intriguing and funny” (Broadway Baby) “**** Creative and rather unusual... 

Stella Graham: Fox Sake

Stella Graham: Fox Sake

Join Stella Graham for an hour of laughs for Fox Sake. Do pretentious people make you explode? Do selfish people need a verbal kicking? Have you ever cringed so hard you had to see a physio? Then you're going to love this... 

iScream

iScream

Jo had a mini meltdown when she took not one but two shows to the Edinburgh Festival in 2014. **** (Everything Theatre) **** (The Edinburgh Reporter) Catch her brutally honest, kick-ass, no-holds-barred, stand-up comedy show... 

Flavour of the Moth

Flavour of the Moth

Stand-up Juliet Meyers no longer cares about fitting in, or being a national treasure. In her new show she explores what ‘alternative’ and 'popular' really mean as she discusses being an outsider, immigration, UKIP, Mumsnetters, her imaginary evil son Carlitos and Bakewell Tarts... 

Pigs in Gin

Pigs in Gin

An hour of stand-up comedy with Roz Ryan and Graeme Collard plus a special guest in each show. 

Bisha K Ali: Ridiculous

Bisha K Ali: Ridiculous

Fresh from a bucket of chocolate, comedian Bisha K Ali (Funny Women Finalist 2013, Laughing Horse Semi-Finalist 2014) takes you on a 40-minute journey through life, love, society and space... 

Looking out for Linda

Looking out for Linda

Come and watch Sam Savage stick a wig on her head and call herself Linda Larkin. Funnys Funny winner 2012, NATYS runner up 2013 (all this without a wig). Now she has a husband called Terry, a guinea pig called Dougal and believes the world can be saved with love and gossip... 

Dan Fardell At Least 100 Jokes: Work in Progress

Dan Fardell At Least 100 Jokes: Work in Progress

Join "winningly self-deprecating" (Chortle.co.uk) comic Dan Fardell for an hour in which he attempts to find the thread that links his life and comedy together. "One of the best new joke writers I've seen in ages... 

The Murderettes: Murder Mystery Comedy

The Murderettes: Murder Mystery Comedy

Our audience creates four new characters - one is dramatically murdered and our hero must go on a journey of adventure and romance to discover whodunnit. Following their sell-out run at Brighton Fringe 2014, Murderettes are back with their critically-acclaimed improv comedy... 

Adam Vincent in Careless

Adam Vincent in Careless

Adam Vincent is a stand up comic, writer (C4’s 'The Last Leg') and mediocre nurse. A journey through the sanitised halls of nursing that’s honest, tragic and hilarious, 'Careless' examines (laughs at) society’s attitudes towards life and death... 

Nathan Cassidy: Back to the Future

Nathan Cassidy: Back to the Future

Malcolm Hardee Award nominee and Best Show Winner at the Buxton Fringe 2014. After a space-time-continuum-changing encounter with Doctor Emmett Brown, Nathan realises there is only one thing that has changed over the last 30 years... 

Dave Chawner: Normally Abnormal

Dave Chawner: Normally Abnormal

Award-winning comedian Dave Chawner premieres his new show about identity. After last year’s tour Chawner explores what it means to be unique and how we all want to be ‘normally abnormal’... 

We Need to Talk About Jesus

We Need to Talk About Jesus

Richard Wright is a Christian. He’s also a comedian. He’s a Christian comedian. Yes that’s a thing. No it is. It’s allowed. He wants to tell you about it. He wants you to understand... 

Darren Walsh: ProgWorkress

Darren Walsh: ProgWorkress

Join Darren Walsh, UK Pun Champion 2014, for a ProgWorkgress (work in progress) hour of stand-up comedy featuring drawings, videos, music and lots of puns. Tenopunnded (no pun intended)... 

Brody and Chadwick's Great Blimp Deception

Brody and Chadwick's Great Blimp Deception

Irish comedians Giles Brody and Colin Chadwick invite you to a compendium of sketch comedy, featuring childish Nobel Prize winners, Frankenstein’s reformed monster, Teen Pope, someone who didn't wash their hands, Ricky Martin’s relative, a trip to Heaven, Beethoven (the dog) and the most ambitious blimp fraud of the century! 

Blackman and Robyn

Blackman and Robyn

Robyn and Matt want to help people through their personal ideals. Robyn Perkins (**** - ThreeWeeks) and Matt Harrison (Comedy Store Gong Finalist) explore topics from hipster language to global warming and force their personal viewpoints to make the world a better place. 

Jody Kamali: Spectacular!

Jody Kamali: Spectacular!

A solo physical comedy show featuring thrilling feats of amazingness. Expect vibrant clowning, gloriously silly slapstick and a variety of characters that thrive to be nothing but spectacular (!)... 

Amusia 1.5

Amusia 1.5

Musical comedian Luc Valvona returns to Brighton with his second full length show. Is 'Amusia' a fantasia of amusement, or does it really mean something quite different? Expect witty wordplay, a smattering of smut, and this year Luc has even created a brand new genre of music for your listening pleasure. 

Acute Britishness

Acute Britishness

'So You Think You’re Funny' and 'Golden Jester' finalist Mark Daniels suffers from a syndrome known as Acute Britishness. His self-deprecating, sarcastic wit questions why Brits just won’t complain, even about the country’s biggest problems: school textbooks, STD clinics, Craig David and Nigella Lawson... 

The Sinister Tales of Doctor Synistra

The Sinister Tales of Doctor Synistra

Improvised comedy, with a dark twist! Doctor Synistra presents three short improvised tales of horror based on audience suggestion. A bit like tales from the crypt but made up on the spot... 

War of Words

War of Words

The bog roll projector screen was novel. Sellotaped to the faux-brick wall behind the stage, it looked ready to be blasted away by Colin Chadwick’s wordy wit. He gave us a friendly introduction to his Luddite-esque polemic against the evils of the internet, before bravely firing away, slandering technology and websites we make use of every day... 

Harriet Dyer: Barking at Aeroplanes

Harriet Dyer: Barking at Aeroplanes

Harriet is sangry (sad and angry) that her eccentric escapades often end in folk questioning her mental health. Join this whimsy beast as her tales delve into the thin line between eccentric and ‘mental'... 

Sex Lies and Admin

Sex Lies and Admin

Jimmy Bird, Alex Perry and Francis Foster are three comedians who talk about the most important things in life such as: love, loss and how we have managed to be in our thirties whilst achieving sod all... 

Josh Smith 'Not What You Expected' Show

Josh Smith 'Not What You Expected' Show

Josh Smith embarks on yet another show that includes the unfortunate events that happen daily and yet he shares them. Some which normal teenage boys shouldn't share. He gives a light into comedy life of a teenage boy and gives the audience a new look on life... 

LetLuce in Progress: Pair of Tits

LetLuce in Progress: Pair of Tits

Join 'LetLuce' for more surreal, anarchic joy. If you like bold characterisation and bizarre subject matter you will have a nice time. Think 'The Mighty Boosh' meets 'The Sisters Grimm'... 

Wrong Time

Wrong Time

Ever get the feeling you were born in the wrong time? Justin Panks does, a lot. In any other era of history he'd have been respected and valued for his natural athletic ability, 20/20 vision and short attention span... 

Anti-Clever

Anti-Clever

Jake Bourke is an Irish comic, but it was never meant to be this way. Having started his creative life as an artist he quickly realised that, as Oscar Wilde said, all art is quite useless... 

Festival of Oddity

Festival of Oddity

Laughing Horse’s Festival of Oddity is a platform for new work heading to the Edinburgh Fringe by clowns in the ascendant, Cheekykita and Jody Kamali. Open minded spectators and connoisseurs of odd will find this an enjoyable foray into the ridiculous... 

Perfectly Goddamned Delightful

Perfectly Goddamned Delightful

Two men, worn down by their own cynicism try to recapture their long lost youthful idealism by mocking their own lives and the lives of others. Join 'So You Think You're Funny' 2013 semi-finalist and Squawker Award 2013 finalist, Dan Fardell "delicious lines and a strong concentration of punchlines" (Chortle) and unemployed bum and comic poet Pete Strong (Best Actor - Gateway Theatre Group U14s, 1999) for an hour of deft wordplay, daft poetry, cups of tea, and laughter. 

Paul F Taylor & Nick Hodder WIP

Paul F Taylor & Nick Hodder WIP

Paul F Taylor and Nick Hodder test out material. Paul F Taylor: "Brilliantly funny nonsense" (The List) Nick Hodder: "I was laughing so hard my face seized up. Actually, painfully, worryingly seized up, and I was blinded with tears... 

Rock 'n' Droll

Rock 'n' Droll

Free sex, drugs and rock & droll!* Deadpan comedian Paul Laight and OCD guitar-wielding clown Gwilum Argos present their comedy show 'Rock 'n' Droll'! A free show with songs, jokes and a sketch or two... 

Way Back

Way Back

Way Back follows Carol, a member of the Beachy Head Chaplaincy Squad, as she goes to desperate and ridiculous measures to bring two men back from the verge of despair. A heartbroken boyfriend struggling in the wake of his girlfriend’s death and a washed up pop-star yearning for the paparazzi of the past... 

The Urban Survival Guide

The Urban Survival Guide

The Urban Survival Guide is an hour of stand up with Tony Marrese that equips you with unique street knowledge that will help you escape the many confrontations of modern existence... 

The Last Abortion of Jesus' Queer Foetus

The Last Abortion of Jesus' Queer Foetus

You must experience the joy in your trousers, projectile vomit, rectal prolapse, bloody urinatin', baby terminatin', meth overdosin', aubergine starin', racist a-tweetin', Sharia creepin', underpant shittin', honky farm Britain, Dick Coughlan's written: 'Eat a Queer Foetus 4 Jesus'! 

Omar Hamdi: Work in Progress

Omar Hamdi: Work in Progress

Russell Kane's national support act, Welsh-Egyptian Omar Hamdi is preparing for his Edinburgh debut with a mix of fresh ideas and routines that have wowed audiences at some of the country's biggest theatres... 

Charlie Smith: Too Tall for the Ride

Charlie Smith: Too Tall for the Ride

Following a successful run at festivals such as Edinburgh Fringe 2013 and various venues around the UK and Ireland, join Ireland’s tallest comedian at Brighton Fringe 2014. Join Charlie for an hour of hilarious stand-up, along with a handful of surreal devilment... 

The Barry Experience

The Barry Experience

An hour of stand-up, stories and tales from the world of Barry. Winner of the Malcolm Hardee Award 2013, Winner of the Comedy Store New Act competition. **** (The Scotsman), ***** (ThreeWeeks), **** (Broadway Baby) 

Full of Win!

Full of Win!

Richard Wright is a winner. This has never been said before by anyone. He is single, geeky and still lives with his parents at the age of 30. He's a winner. Let the man who is to comedy what the whoopee cushion is to interior design explain to you how his life equals a win... 

Strudelhead

Strudelhead

Ben has always been cheerfully baffled by everything the human race has ever done, from space exploration to genocide to crisp sandwiches. Come share his scattergun confusion for an hour as he tries to work out exactly why we're here and what the best snack to eat is whilst we mull it over... 

Darren Walsh: Chicken Meow

Darren Walsh: Chicken Meow

I really wanted to like Darren Walsh’s new show - I saw him last year and raved about him. However, this new show is nowhere near as slick or funny as last years offering, I am a Giant... 

Doggett & Ephgrave: Project Stuff

Doggett & Ephgrave: Project Stuff

The comic duo push their oft-neglected third member (their projector) to the forefront, for an hour of slideshow-based stand-up. God forbid they have a power-cut. "Polished, natural comedians" (Camden Fringe Voyeur)... 

Mike Sheer: Jerk in Progress

Mike Sheer: Jerk in Progress

Mike Sheer has taken his provocative and silly stand-up comedy show from Toronto to Australia, UK, US, and all over continental Europe. This is his second Brighton Fringe. "Engaging irreverence" (Time Out), "Avalanche rants... 

Joe Munrow: Spontaneous Duck

Joe Munrow: Spontaneous Duck

Comedian Joe Munrow takes you on a well-structured meander through his stupid brain. Includes important advice on how to call a small child’s bluff and accurate impressions of people you don’t know... 

Farmhouse

Farmhouse

The Comedy Stable that un-leashed 'Andrew and the Pony' present an all-new show for 2014: 'Farmhouse'. A fertile mix of sketch, film and occasional powerful song. Trespassers welcome... 

Bobby Mair: Hobo Savant

Bobby Mair: Hobo Savant

Canadian stand-up comic Bobby Mair has appeared on Channel 4's '8 Out of 10 Cats', BBC3's 'Russell Howard's Good News', BBC3's 'Sweat the Small Stuff' and BBC3's 'Seann Walsh's Late Night Comedy Spectacular'... 

Multi-Tool

Multi-Tool

A former employer once called Tom Clutterbuck “the Swiss Army Knife of the arts”. Recently Tom realised this wasn’t completely complimentary. He’s not the best tool for the job, he’s just more portable... 

Dinner Dance on Douglas Mountain

Dinner Dance on Douglas Mountain

Can there ever be peace between East & West Sussex? Will Sharks ever go the extra mile and indeed, how far should dog improvement go? What exactly is Bob Dylan's problem? Just a few of the dramatic concerns that will be falling from the mouths of Geesin & Banks in this deeply moving, life-affirming, brain freezing ghost train of a show... 

Funny Fillies!

Funny Fillies!

After a sell-out tour of London, Edinburgh & Manchester to rave reviews, these two award-winning friends return to the Brighton Paddock where it all began. Join them horsing around in their new fun-filled show and enjoy a jam-packed hour in their company where laughter is never too far away as they share their tales short and tall! With Hackney Empire Finalist Sajeela Kershi, "Extremely funny" (Time Out) and Funny Women Winner Suzy Bennett, "Hilarious" (Metro) **** (ThreeWeeks) ****(One4Review) 

Ride of the Wagnerian

Ride of the Wagnerian

What is it like to be obsessed with a 15 hours long cycle of late Romantic operas sung in German? Giacinto Palmieri loves Richard Wagner's "Ring of the Nibelung" so much that he told its plot to all his ex girlfriends (note the "ex")... 

50 Shades of Smay

50 Shades of Smay

Sarah-May was 30 years old on her last birthday. Most people will turn to drink, shopping splurges and chocolate binges to wave goodbye to their 20's. Sarah-May did all of this. Then wrote a show... 

From Birmingham and Beyond

From Birmingham and Beyond

The Wacky Whorehouse presents: Wayne Lawrence, stand-up comedian in his first Brighton Fringe Performance along with the support of extremely talented new comedians from the UK comedy circuit... 

Mr Steve N Allen's SomeNews Live

Mr Steve N Allen's SomeNews Live

Fast-paced, topical stand-up from news addicted Mr Steve N Allen. From solving the benefits crisis to improving our love lives, the SomeNews show uses news in a different way. From the big stories to the strange little gems you may have missed, SomeNews Live gets to the bottom of it... 

Anti-Clever

Anti-Clever

Jake Bourke is an Irish comic and it wasn't meant to be this way. Find out how values change in this absurdist exploration of the art world, infidelity and what you learn from being thrown out a window.