An insight into the weird worlds of three up-and-coming local comics, with three very distinct voices: Joe Foster, Graeme Collard and Dave Fensome.
Can you really not talk? Are you just in it for the parking? These are just a few of the questions that BBC New Comedy Award Winner Lost Voice Guy gets asked on a regular basis.
Lambs to the S-Laughter showcases the very best of new comedy talent from around the UK.
Join BBC Radio New Comedy Award finalist Tom Ward as he spins tales and impressions of his favourite unsung heroes into a dreamlike narrative of voices and sounds.
A chaotic hour of games, awful songs and confusion.
Bubbling with energy and wit, Athena Kugblenu shares with us her opinions and musings on just about every topic you might need to navigate life as a British millennial.
A wonderfully witty look into Britain through the eyes of an Iberian Welshman.
They say “there’s no place like it” and I know it’s “where the heart is” but I don’t care - I don’t want to go home.
A brand new work-in-progress about snobbery, class, Britishness and The Good Life, fuelled entirely by gin.
Rich (Chortle Student, and SYTYF finalist) and Dan (Squawker Finalist) are two Brighton stand-ups with a high regard for jokes.
Some people chase money, others, fame.
Escape all that horrible stuff, for about an hour, with comedian Dave Bailey’s debut solo stand-up show: ‘Beige Against The Machine’.
Now in their second year at the Brighton Fringe, Lamb Comedy Productions present an evening of selected highlights, delivered by acts from across their programme.