Brighton's Komedia Team Up with Berk’s Nest for New Night

The Nest Comedy Club is the newest comedy night to hatch at Brighton’s best-loved comedy venue, Komedia, this Easter.

the newest comedy night to hatch at Brighton’s best-loved comedy venue, Komedia

Carefully curated by award-winning Live Comedy Production Company Berk’s Nest, The Nest showcases the freshest, most exciting acts on the comedy circuit, on the third Sunday of every month. Expect to see the very best acts from Edinburgh Fringe as well as much-loved comedy TV stars, making it the perfect evening out for both new and established comedy fans.

Line-ups so far include the likes of; Jen Brister, Amy Gledhill, Michael Odewale, Fatiha El-Ghorri, Harriet Kemsley, Maisie Adam, Colin Hoult, Helen Bauer, Jack Barry and more.

Berk’s Nest produce live comedy shows that delight audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe, in London, and on tour across the UK. Expertly curating mixed bill line-up shows, live podcasts, and late-night spectaculars introducing comedy fans to fresh voices, big ideas and brand-new material from household names.

The Nest begins on Sunday 17th April and returns on the third Sunday of every month at 7.30pm (doors 6.30pm). Tickets start from just £8.

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