Wish big, wish high, but be careful what you wish for.
This is an exciting journey through some great tales.
Francis Foster is a ridiculous man who hails from the exotic lands of Venezuela and Wigan.
Last year, Elena Gabrielle had enough of living in rural Australia and decided to move to Berlin on a whim (without speaking a word of German).
Award-winning stand-up comedian David Mills struggles to stay modern in a world quickly reverting to more medieval tendencies.
Harun Musho’d’s stand-up comedy explores his own identity, weaving politics and history into the story of his family and their antics.
Nick Elleray is happy to be back at Brighton Fringe.
In her debut show, Alison explores what it means to be a human being these days, flaws and all.
We can’t all be selfless, honest, principled and moralistic, so, if like Sandra, you are shallow, insecure, an exaggerator with no opinions of your own, then this show is for you.
Been in the pub a lot, preparing for when the robots take over: lot of weird stuff happening, just below the surface.
“Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground” said Roosevelt.
Daniel Searle takes you through a poetic journey through several of the terrible lunches he’s made in his office kitchen - covering bad sandwiches, overgrown pasta parcels, attempt…
Three weddings in three months - every girl’s dream.
In this unsafe space, with Brexit looming and Trump trumpeting, Daphna Baram attempts to clear us all a path.
Before John became a comedian he spent ten years as an amateur escape artist.
No Llamas (Dalai or otherwise) were harmed in the making of this show.
One-man show from established comedian and writer, Dan Evans - “A favourite with audiences as well as with his notoriously hard-to-please comedic peers” (The Guardian).
Juliet Meyers (Writer on ‘Sarah Millican TV Programme’, ‘8/10 Cats’ and ‘News Quiz’) returns with her show about her clingy rescue dog, unconditional love and being a wolf.
Claire does not contain the following ingredients: slugs, snails, puppy dog tails, sugar, spice or things (nice).
‘I, Hooky’ is an hour-long, two-man, frantic and darkly comic quest between Olly Fry and the maniacal mad creation of J.
Sofie Hagen is a Danish feminist comedian, who once badmouthed a cop - not on purpose.
Visit “the shadowy lowlands of Oli Bettesworth’s psyche” (Chortle) as, hurtling unjustly past 30, he wrestles to make sense of the cruel apathy of a vast meaningless universe (an…
What if you met your younger self? Answer - a comedy trip where stand-up meets time travel.
Brother and sister duo Jack and Anna Harris bring us a stand-up comedy show using sketches inspired by their life as siblings.
I’m coming down to Brighton to do a couple of work-in-progress shows*.
Will and Heidi are two thoughtful, principled stand-ups who will do anything to get a laugh, including dropping all principles.
‘Deprived of meaningful work, men and women lose their reason for existence; they go stark, raving mad.
Welcome to Crossbones Graveyard: last resting place of The Winchester Geese.
From being raised as a Scientologist in the ‘burbs of New Zealand, to the peculiar and pensive realities of sexuality, Reading Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2015 winner, Ja…
Forty something years into a lifetime of looking great but feeling fake, Cally Beaton is ready to come out about her double life in her hilarious brand new show, Super Cally Fragil…
Immigration, migrants, the refugee crisis; hot divisive topics of debate that have been blamed for Brexit, Trump, rise of hate crimes in the past year.
Everyone has a crazy family.
An hour of entertainment from musicians, clowns and wordmongers of all flavours, local and international, showcasing the best Brighton Fringe has to offer.
“Jimmy was my grandfather.
Brighton-based musical comedian Hannah Brackenbury performs silly songs on the themes of pound shops, vodka, selfies, tiny horses, cake, country music, cats and more!
Surreal Lecoq/Gaulier-trained clown Brickhead returns to Brighton with more bonkers nonsense! [newline] “Hard to explain and impossible not to like” (Fringe Review), [newline] “Lud…
Izzard, Brand, Hardee - comedian Charmian’s had steaming hot cuppas with them all.
Brand new show from the former Funny Women award winner.
Brother and sister, Jack (Durham Revue: So You Think You’re Funny semi-finalist) and Anna (Bristol Revunions: Fish Finger Fridays) find themselves at another bizarre family wedding…
“Mate, it wouldn’t surprise me to find out you’d snapped one day and gone on a killing spree.
Lynn Ruth Miller is 82-years-old.
Daphna Baram, a middle-Eastern Mary Poppins, says it as it is.
Work-in-progress show about life with an overly-sensitive clingy rescue dog and an evil imaginary child, acceptability and the joy of loving ‘imperfection’.
Scattershot, irreverent and a bit wobbly, Ade takes all the things you hold dear and does unspeakable things to them right in front of your brain, before washing everything in laug…
When you were five you wanted to be an astronaut, but you never got near NASA with your media degree.
If you like your comedy dry and your comedians sly and your jokes wry, then this is for you.
Stories from the Grand Canyon that sit between our dreams and our achievements.
The story of one woman and her dog’s quest to find a home.
Sindhu Vee is probably the tallest Indian woman you’ll ever meet.
Funny, poignant, sublime and ridiculous; an hour of singing and telling stories about Jimmy, a grandfather whose contrary and difficult life was instrumental in a grandson’s embrac…
Set in a world distant in both time and place, this is the story of Lily.
Refugees! Immigrants! Statistics don’t tell the story, people do.
Work-in-progress from multi-award-winner celebrating the kick-ass women in our families who stood the test of time despite obstacles via faith, family, culture or the time they liv…
The basement of the Blue Man is a cosy Aladdin’s cave of a space, all cushions and tapestries and tasteful lighting.
“a smorgasbord of different voices finding the funny in new places.
Drug-crazed Moon-worship, human banana sacrifice.
Brother and sister, Jack (Durham Revue - ‘So You Think You’re Funny’ - semi-finalist) and Anna (‘Elegant Nymphs’, ‘Bristol Revunions’) find themselves at another bizarre family wed…
Sajeela’s a Muslim agnostic in agony.
Together we will saw your mum in half, lay a golden egg, levitate a baby and make a bogey cake.
“Statistics don’t tell the story, people do”.
London-based, Australian professional circuit comedians Johnny Kats and Matt Dwyer, introduce an hour of stand-up comedy - with special guest appearances from other London-based an…
If you like loud musical comedy, this is the place to be Wednesday night, as James McDonnell stomps through an hour of high energy, surreal music and hilarity.
Jump into the bizarre world of Karl Sparx for a life-changing whodunnit?/comedy rollercoaster.
“Wonderful and hilarious… quick wit and fearless storytelling” (Broadway Baby).
What do Michael Jordan, Steve Jobs and JK Rowling have in common? They’re all failures.
I went to India to discover my Iraqi-Jewish heritage.
The world is not quite right, so she decided to listen to the voices in her head.
Vapour Vox is a monthly elocution revolution, transmitting from the basement of The Blue Man, it becomes a subterranean voice circus called the Vapournasium, where a peculiar platt…
Get digging for neon-jellycakes, fight mad mosquito armies, put a clothes peg on your nose visiting Café Burp [the smelliest cafe in the world] and help row our boat across shark …
An eclectic mix of comedians.
Q: How do men feel about the Suffragettes? A: Envious! They combined violence with a sense of moral destiny.