A RARE APPEARANCE FROM ALFIE PACKHAM AND SAM ELEY
  • Brighton Fringe

Alfie Packham and Sam Eley have turned up in Brighton to perform a blistering hour of their best stand-up for the first time. Honed for years on the London circuit, come and see their irreverent observations on society, love, death, banana boats, and themselves.ALFIE has performed at comedy clubs across the UK and on various radio shows. He won the 2022 Max Turner Prize, was a finalist for the Komedia New Comedy Award in 2020, and was a runner-up for the BBC New Comedy Award in 2019. He has also written for BBC Radio 4's The Now Show, The Guardian, and The Observer.SAM (A virtuoso display of comedy - Chortle) was a finalist for the Max Turner Comedy Prize and the Leicester Square New Comedian Award in 2019. This is Sams first appearance in Brighton, fresh off the back of a sold-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

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