45 year old Polly adopts a child from 1945.
Chortle Best Newcomer Winner 2017, Tom Ward, returns with his difficult third album.
Cult sketch-comedy cowboys ‘Good Kids’ descend on Brighton Fringe for another hour of wicked-ass mayhem.
'Is anyone here for Square Peg?', a person dressed in a white protective boiler suit and hard hat asked.
We’ve all had childhoods.
‘So You Think You’re Funny?’ and ‘Amused Moose Laugh Off’ finalist AJ Roberts debuts his solo show.
The first solo show of the “ferociously funny” Arielle Souma! Finalist of prestigious competitions like the NATYS, SYTYF, Frog and Bucket’s WorldSeries, Funny Women Awards.
Debut hour from award-winning new comedian Jon Long (Musical Comedy Awards Audience Favourite 2016, Winner of Comedy Store King Gong 2015).
After a successful run of ‘Sweet Things’ at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017, Helen Bauer (BBC3 and Comedy Central) and Micky Overman (Funny Women and Leicester Square Finalist 2016) are …
Multi-awarding-winning Comedian Dave Bailey has something to say.
In 2014, Olga Koch’s father was stopped by authorities on the Russian border, which resulted in the most surreal year in her family’s life.
You are cordially invited to your good friend Shelley’s Birthday! Join us in celebration with an evening hosted by world renowned power ballad singer Yasmine Day and o…
Comedy Rocket brings you a fantastic show with a selection of the most exciting and diverse comedy performers and some big names thrown in!
Resident host, Ali ‘Out There’ Macf…
John Pendal returns with a preview of his new solo stand-up comedy show ‘Family’.
An outspoken politician.
Up-and-coming comedian Jake Baker (twice nominated for the BBC New Comedy Award) brings his first solo hour to Brighton.
Gender exploration, physical exasperation, breast manipulation.
A living statue watches as a vandal tags her.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s ‘Birds’ - we’re ‘Birds’.
Rising stand-up comedians Neil O’Rourke (Irish Comedian of the Year 2017 Finalist) and Patrick Spicer (Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2018 Nominee) are the (p)residents of …
Sami Stone is a comedian from Earth who shares a love of the planet with wordplay, fairytale imagery and dark wit.
Who remembers Kerplunk - that childhood board game of precariously balancing marbles on multi-coloured sticks? Kerplunk!, the 2018 Brighton Fringe show that shares this title, is a…
Singing nuns, cheery chimney sweepers and a metamorphosing flower-seller, Julie Andrews’ roles are iconic and hold a distinct place in many British childhoods.
I’m happy to admit that my knowledge of Norse mythology is patchy, but becoming more familiar with what was advertised as a fusion of "ballad song, galdr chant and ancient E…
The Shame Show invites you to get involved in a dark game show based on the world-famous, politically-incorrect party-game, Cards Against Humanity.
A cultural camp calamari of a character stand-up comedy show.
Darren Harriott is one of the most exciting up-and-coming comedians on the circuit.
2016 Piccadilly Comedian of the Year, Eshaan Akbar, brings his work-in-progress show ‘Eshaan Who? Akbar!’ to Brighton Fringe.
Between moving to a new city, starting a new career and gaining new responsibilities, Kwame has had to embrace a lot of changes.
A story about a meeting between two hobos.
An hour of comedy from two up-and-comers, Micky Overman, “a keen comic mind” (Chortle), and Helen Bauer, “Bauer is so funny” (NPR Berlin), about life and all their feelings, which …
Cultural Echo is the debut theatre work from young company Broken Perspectives.
The Townie Tavern is like any regular suburban pub except, in this place, regulars include a new-age traveller, an old-skool raver and a disgraced ex-Met police chief.
You don’t have to be perfect.
Come and enjoy some of the South Coast’s finest comedy talent, in Junkyard Five, as five hilarious women do comedy in Kemptown.
Saby Kang offers some useless and random anecdotes in this one-woman operation.
What happens when you move a 12-year-old girl from Basingstoke to a remote
corner of Southern Africa? Join Katrina on an energetic, poetic journey as
she discovers boys, boob…
Tom Ward (Comedy Central / BBC Worldwide / Radio 4 Extra) is back! After a hugely successful debut hour at Edinburgh 2016 he returns to Brighton for a work-in-progress of his follo…
Stand-up comedy in support of Medécins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders).
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