William Stone (BBC New Comedy Award Finalist 2018) is gathering moss, stuck somewhere between reality and dreams in the nineties.
A request for sex talk in German, a crippling back injury and coming out to her religious grandmother.
‘Porcelain Doll with a Chainsaw’ was an audience reaction to an early Rebekka performance and explains her rather well.
Patrick Spicer delivers a work in progress of his first solo show to Brighton fringe.
A work in progress show from Neil O’Rourke, Finalist of Irish Comedian of the Year, New Comedian of the Year, and So You Think You’re Funny.
Harun Musho’d’s second solo stand-up show compares life and events in the 70s to today.
Fresh from his appearance on ‘Comedy Central at the Comedy Store’, Huge Davies is preparing for his first hour.
Ultimate babe and hotly-tipped new stand-up comedian, Helen Bauer, presents a work in progress show of her new thoughts, feelings and emotions on pretty much everything.
From South London, Barbadian citizen Sikisa presents her work-in-progress show about being a work in progress.
Patrick Carmody and Riggs (Laughing Horse New Act Of The Year Semi Finalist 2018, So You Think You Are Funny Semi Finalist 2018) are firing unexpected comedy missiles aimed directl…
Dave grew up with two beds in his bedroom and he never knew why.
Putting it Back Together: Proust, Alzheimers and Dr Dre all feature in a show about how memory is subjective, how no-one truly remembers anything and how we all put things back tog…
Jen is a transsexual, but she’s flipping well sick of talking about it.
Brighton-based comedians, Tandy Houghton and Cat Neilson invite those with a committed interest in breathing to come to their show.
Join Fatiha El-Ghorri (2017 Funny Women Awards Regional Finalist, 2017 Max Turner Finalist) and Katherine Atkinson (2017 Funny Women Awards Regional Finalist) for an hour of stand …
A brand spanking new hour from 2018 Chortle Best Newcomer nominee, Micky Overman.
Join two of Brighton’s best up-and-coming comedians as they take on Brighton Fringe in their first ever split bill.
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