William Blake said that everything is an attempt to be human.
The Jerk Store.
Global warming, fake news, Brexit, climate change, terrorism.
Do you have a body or are you a body? Do you love da club? Do you know why existentialists are the worst in bed?
An exploration of the self, shame and sex - with a tonne of jokes.
Whenever we think of Jack the Ripper, immediately we think back to Whitechapel and his gruesome victims.
‘SMUT’ is the long anticipated show by newcomer Lily Phillips, that was going to be about feminism but is now going to be about her dog.
Award-winning character comedian Anna Morris (Channel 4’s ‘Lee and Dean’) brings her BBC Radio 4 stand-up show to the stage.
Robert Inston battles with labels, types and even psychological profiles.
A work in progress of the fourth hour from Robin Morgan (as seen on ‘Mock The Week’.
Ram will nourish you
Ram will punish you
Ram will come again!
Welcome to the church of Ram, where sheep are people, people are sheeple and the apocalypse is just getting started.
Sara Barron returns to Brighton Fringe with new jokes and stories about motherhood, fatherhood, therapists, fallings out, and gettings back together.
How a Hammer Horror film became the biggest influence on young Charmian’s life with darkly hilarious consequences.
Like comedy? Like queer folk? Then you will LOVE ‘The LOL Word’, a mixed bill of multi-award-nominated stand-up and sketch comedians presenting an hour of the queerest comedy for y…
When 13-year-old Adam Morrison was bringing up his brothers and sisters, he dreamed of a life beyond working-class Kent.
Thought your 2020 was bad? You get home, the door is smashed, a burglar flees.
Lost in the middle of the mountains a self-assured, powerful woman realises that she got it all wrong.
We all lie to ourselves.
A brand new hour of comedy from the hilariously funny, aggressively nerdy and down right adorable Sasha Ellen.
New material from the newly-40-year-old comic.
New work-in-progress show from a master at making the seemingly unreliable, relatable.
Digital assistants predict Pete’s every move - is he a deepfake, does he exist? An AI buddy comedy exploring how human experience is being transformed by technology.
Award-winning comedian and NHS psychiatrist Benji Waterstones has landed a book deal! Is he sitting on a ‘modern classic’ or are his publishers as deluded as his patients? Make you…
An absurd debut show from two of Brighton’s best-loved (hopefully by someone) comics.
2020 Leicester Comedy Festival best show nominee.
An absurd debut work in progress show from two of Brighton’s best-loved (hopefully by someone) comics.
Building a world with words then painting it in impossibly vibrant colours, this is ‘Blindcraft’.
I can tell you how this coronavirus started, straight off the bat.
It’s a new show in from Harriet Kemsley as seen on ‘8 Out of 10 Cats’, ‘Hypothetical’, ‘Bobby & Harriet Get Married’, ‘Comedy Central at The Comedy Store’, ‘Pants on Fire’, ‘Stand …
Jane used to be fun.
Ever wanted to hunt monsters like Bigfoot, or the Mongolian Death Worm? Professor Herbert Hoof is the best Monsterer this side of Loch Ness, and he’s here to teach you all the tric…
Have you ever thought “Wow, I could push that person in front of that train”.
After successfully bribing the Edinburgh Festival 2018 for a four star review, the self-help group ‘Jane McDonald Anonymous’ cruises into Brighton Fringe for three nights.
Canadian stand-up comic David Tsonos has been auditioning for acting roles for 20 years.
13 is a show with magic and mind reading performed by Miss Sylvia Sceptre.
Following more sell-out performances in Europe, Asia and Australia, the UK-based global comedian returns with a new show in which he analyses jokes, comedy and audience reactions a…
Welcome to Plankton-on-Sea, your classic British seaside town: donkeys, deckchairs and a deadly monster terrorising the shore.
The third hour show from Robin Morgan (writer for BBC Two’s ‘The Mash Report’, BBC Radio 4’s ‘The News Quiz’, television warm-up for the Graham Norton Show and tour support for Ell…
TV comedy producer Izzy (Peep Show, Toast of London, Harry & Paul) has been pathologically tactful all her life.
Join Fiona Sagar and Vanessa Hammick for this double bill of new comedy:
Fiona Sagar (Funny Women Best Show nominee 2016 and 2017, The Groundlings Comedy Theatre, LA) returns to …
Leslie Ewing-Burgesse did a show last year about being imaginary, and realised along the way that it was a massive manifestation of all her insecurities!! Hooray!! Now she’s trying…
Leicester Mercury Comedian of The Year 2017, Alasdair Beckett-King returns to this timeline with a dimension-hopping stand-up comedy show.
Like comedy? Like queer folk? Then you’ll love this mixed bill of sketch and stand-up stars who are rising through the comedy ranks faster than you can say Ellen DeGeneres.
Up-and-coming comedians Alex Mason, Riggs, and Tom Smith have come together to present ‘ART Attack’; an hour of stand-up which, like the classic TV show, deals with a wide rang…
Politics, celebrity, the media, technology, our 24-hour reality television cartoon dystopia.
Nick Elleray, “quality downbeat comedy” (Chortle), is known for his dry, bleak musings on the dark and squalid aspects of life.
Journalist Peyvand Khorsandi never intended to become an obituaries editor at The Independent, nor did he intend to work for the Daily Mail.
Over the past year, Nick ‘Horse’ Horseman has got married, survived a 6.
Ever confused a Volvo and a vulva? A G-string and a G-spot? Dripping with tongue-in-cheek humour, award-winning sex geek Laura-Doe’s canny characters and unusually vocal velvet v…
As seen on lots of the sorts of shows that everyone’s heard of but never watched (Stand up Central, Live at the Comedy Store, Tonight at the Palladium etc.
Brand new hour of thoughtful and hilarious stand up from the celebrated comic.
Fast-rising Australian comedian and general smart-arse Brodi Snook takes a break from her career as a foot model (selling photos of her toes to foot perverts for cash) and having p…
A work in progress show from professional clothes-wearer Saskia Preston.
A stand-up comedy show about the joys and horrors of having an overactive imagination.
The nation’s favourite 1930’s throwback comedian Troy Hawke returns for another wonderful hour of observations, scrabble based conspiracy and authentic emotion (the real thing …
Brand new stand-up from one of the most inventive comic voices in Britain.
A brand new hour of comedy from hilarious stand-up Adele Cliff.
How do you fit into a chaotic high-flying world when all you have ever really wanted from life is a smaller forehead and some biscuits? And what happens when you are ready to fight…
Stoph Demetriou is a comedian and actor with issues (shocker).
Award Winning Comedian Edy Hurst brings his musical comedy, loop pedal nonsense and stand-up to answer the age-old question; “What’s the deal with Edy Hurst? Who even is he? Wher…
New show from stand up and BBC’s New World Order writer.
Join ‘Northern Power Blouse’ for a sketch show full of heart, songs and massive, massive shoulder pads.
Join acclaimed local comic Dave Fensome on a darkly comic journey through his life, re-framed through an ADHD diagnosis aged 42.
Pete Strong just wants to be happy.
‘On The Edge’ is a Brighton institution.
Award-winning comedian Cassidy with a new show about his crazy year.
As seen on BBC Three and heard on Radio Four, Faye Treacy is back with a new work in progress show.
Complete idiot Lucy Pearman will be trying out some new ideas.
Join Darren (UK’s first Pun Champion, Winner of Dave’s Joke of the Edinburgh Fringe, BBC Edinburgh Presents) for a work in progress (progworkress) show based around animals, video …
The Ballad of Sarah Callaghan
Award-winning comedian Sarah Callaghan, fresh from hugely successful tours of Australia and New Zealand, returns to Brighton with a powerhouse mash-u…
‘I’m the Bearded Lady,
I’m fearless and I’m shady,
I’ve hair on my back and
My muscles are stacked,
My Adam’s apple is fully intact
And I eat my meat with gravy!’
Over 21 Years Jay has built up a powerhouse of sharp political and observational material.
Gráinne Maguire (as seen on BBC1, Dave, Comedy Central, Sky and heard on R3,4,5) returns with a new hour-long show about ghosts, Irish men and why we need to forgive Taylor Swift.
Twonkey’s 10th show is about a grotesque cake decorating shop in the Dordogne that has been secretly making fake weather since 1982.
“At Last, the Muppet Men”, a show many said would never happen and a few feared would.
Joe Wells returns with his unique brand of acerbic political humour about how we all grow increasingly right wing as we age.
Award-winning comedian and ex-banker, Nathan Cassidy, exposes the truth behind the financial crisis of 2008.
Australian Comedian Daniel Muggleton makes his debut at Brighton Fringe in 2018! He released his debut album ‘Let Me Finish’ in 2017 with US label Comedy Dynamics, recorded live at…
When no one else can help, there’s only one thing to do.
Bachelor of Arts is one comedian’s attempt to find a use for the most useless of tertiary degrees and perhaps, in the process, prove that a BA is not as worthless as you might thin…
It’s the scandalous drinking game that reveals all the dark secrets about you and your friends.
On 12 November 2013, Archie Henderson accidentally reached number 98 in the UK Singles Chart.
Zahra has never stood in front of a mirror and taken a selfie.
Ian Smith is a multi-award-winning comedian; this is a work in progress of his fifth solo show.
Great comedy guy Nathan Willcock presents what promises to be a work-in-progress show.
Do you struggle to fit in in an ever-changing world? Does the speed of change make you feel old before your time? Then you know how Paul feels.
2018 dating is a disaster so it’s time to let the crazy out!
MTV presenter, comedian and co-host of the UK’s leading LGBTQ+ award-nominated podcast ‘A Gay and a NonGay’, J…
Frank was told it was a good idea to do a theme show, so he’s doing it about shoes.
Canadian comedian Katharine Ferns is relentlessly funny with her confessional and brutally honest storytelling style of comedy.
A fun comedy show about migration, belonging and identity.
Think you know game shows? Think again, as this new show comes to Brighton, that will make you laugh like a child.
Canadian comedian Katharine Ferns (MTV, ichannel) takes you on a comedic journey about the visible and invisible scars of surviving mental illness, domestic violence, and drug addi…
A work-in-progress musical comedy show from 2016’s Funny Women winner.
Catherine Bohart is the bisexual, OCD daughter of a Catholic deacon and she’s got a hell of a lot to say about it.
Comedy magician Stu Turner and comedian and ventriloquist Phil Reid come together for an hour of stand-up, magic, and variety.
I have grown two inches this year and I have no idea why.
Juliet, writer on The Sarah Millican Television Programme and 8/10 Cats, performs her work-in-progress show about loving/cursing both her rescue dog and her spur of the moment deci…
‘Out of Order’ is a show about addiction, abstinence and being an “addict”.
A veteran stand-up with countless TV appearances to his name Dominic Holland is a 50 year old everyman making hilarity from his life which reflects the lives of his audience, becau…
Saunter down the promenade with Northern Power Blouse for a show full of sketches, songs and larger than life characters, all set by the glamorous northern seaside.
With his ferocious dark humour, award-winning comedian Amadeus Martin delivers his sharp witted take on retro Lucozade, emergency text messages, why women marry prisoners, pen pal …
Bonkers stand-up comedy show about making extremely bad decisions for happiness.
Join Darren Walsh (UK’s first Pun Champion, BBC’s iWonder, Dave’s Joke of the Edinburgh Fringe) on a round-the-world flight, jam-packed with onboard entertainment such as video ske…
Sir Dance-A-Lot is the last of the known Boogie Knights, a gang of brave steppers with funk in their hearts and nobility also in their hearts.
Join Zelem Saydullaev (Squawker Finalist 2015 , South Coast Comedian of the Year Semi Finalist 2016 ) and Johnny Wardlow (as heard on BBC Radio 4 & BBC Radio 2) for an hour of sens…
Winner of South End Comedy Festival’s ‘Best Newcomer’ competition 2017, Kelsey is one of the youngest working comedians in the UK.
The second hour show from Robin Morgan, writer for ‘Have I Got News For You’, ‘The News Quiz’ and ‘The Now Show’, warm-up for ‘The Graham Norton Show’ and tour support for Ellie Ta…
The battle for happiness has been won but there were casualties.
Brighton Fringe’s most reliably unusual auteur returns with a new adventure from the peculiar world of Mr Twonkey.
It’s been a hell of a year for Rosco McClelland, travelling the world, getting engaged and making new friends in interesting places.
In music, variation is a formal technique where material is repeated in an altered form.
‘Blondes on Bicycles’ is a two handed stand-up comedy show starring Charmaine Davies and Sara Mason, which includes sketch and song.
Adele Cliff, Dave’s Top 15 Funniest Jokes of the Fringe 2017 and 2016, brings her brand-new show ‘Sheep’ to Brighton! Packed with gags, anecdotes and fun, this work-in-progress sho…
What happens to our minds when the lights go out? ‘Nicoletta Wylde is Afraid of the Dark’ is a semi-autobiographical storytelling spoken word show about living with night terrors.
Harriet’s back in Brighton and she’s brushed her hair specially.
Gráinne Maguire’s one hour work-in-progress show includes themes around nuns, time travel, ghosts, dating, being a female comedian and writer, culminating in a daydream fantasy …
Ever wondered how to get the most out of that desolate obelisk that is your body? Using paint, placards and xylophone sticks, Ian Lane takes you on an annotated, colour-coded and p…
Rising star Sarah Keyworth, tour support for Stewart Francis and Kerry Godliman, brings an hour of brand new stand-up that shines a light on the relationship between a little girl …
Steve Bugeja, as seen on ‘Love Island Aftersun’, Russell Howard’s ‘Stand Up Central’, Radio 4’s ‘Fresh From The Fringe’ and BBC 3’s ‘Top 10’, presents a work-in-progress show.
Come and have your mind fried, and witness David Terrence conduct the live unboxing of a comedy, mind-reading show, demonstrating all the likely ingredients of a mind-blowing show …
A multimedia spectacular from Angel Comedy founder Barry Ferns and Alasdair Beckett-King (Leicester Mercury Comedian of the of Year 2017).
I am back in Brighton to give you my take on things you never knew you didn’t know about.
The Parentheticals are going on a quest, but where they go and what they seek is entirely up to you! Whatever you choose, the adventure will be epic and completely made up on the s…
Despite his best intentions, Dave Fensome is getting older.
Matt Duwell is a Snowflake, and he is owning that label (despite thinking labels are pejorative).
They are mixed up in their heads and hilarious! Three comics are showing you their best 20 minutes at Brighton Fringe Festival this year!
Come and join Lisanne Fridsma (Bath Come…
Gaulier trained duo Hanna Winter and Julia Masli present a ridiculous world of ‘Fabulon’ where they are the confused inhabitants.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar just couldn’t stop eating.
On the Edge Comedy is a Brighton stand up institution.
‘Wheely Wheely Wheely Wheely Wheely’ is the dumbest game show ever to grace the stage on God’s green earth.
Do you believe in.
Focus people! Stand-up comic David Mills is back with another free hour of sharp and hilarious rants.
Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2017 Alasdair Beckett-King returns to this timeline with an inter-dimensional, work in progress stand-up comedy show.
Nathan Cassidy is
pretty angry about a three star review he once received.
Award-winning writer and comedian Nathan Cassidy’s new one-man theatre show for 2017.
Sarah Callaghan brings you a brand new hour of comedy .
Stephanie talks about mental health problems and boys for an hour, but it’s totally funny, she promises, and won’t be as awkward as you think it will.
An improvised rock documentary is a tall order, and Jack Left Town sets out with boundless enthusiasm, a strong absurdity curve and sick air guitar to deliver, even if some areas a…
Follow up to Eleanor’s critically acclaimed debut show.
Star of ITV and BBC, Carly Smallman makes her Brighton Fringe debut with a work-in-progress hour of comedy.
Skyfall, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Ghost, The Godfather, Citizen Kane, Beauty and the Beast, Notting Hill, 50 Shades Darker and Beetleju…
Imaginative, imbalanced and imbecilic sketch duo, Dirty White Boys, are back in Brighton for their 3rd year running; presenting a brand new show for 2017!
The **** pairing bring…
Fiona Sagar, (The Groundlings, Funny Women Best show nominee, Edinburgh 2016), debuts at Brighton Fringe with characters from her 2016 Edinburgh show ‘Entitled’ along with brand ne…
A comedy rap musical about urban poet Wisebowm, a working class guy who falls in love with a middle class girl, so goes gluten free and gets into yoga and pilates to win her heart.
Binge Thinking: An excessive amount of thinking in a short period of time or thinking too quickly.
A comedic whirlwind, Jonny has a feel-good brand of musical comedy.
A bitter-sweet tale of political awakening.
Phil Jerrod’s third debut show isn’t written yet, but so far seems to be about how it’s still worth trying to be happy, even though everything’s blatantly terrible.
Do you lack basic skills? Do you want to be good at everything? Then you should watch ‘How to be Good at Everything’.
John Hastings is a fence-sitting former drag queen.
Described as ‘a stand-up comedy brought to you by pet-loving funny guys Simone Belshaw and James Sarek’ in the Caroline of Brunswick’s 2017 Summer Comedy Guide, this performa…
Alasdair Beckett-King is a legendary comedian, in that there is little historical evidence he exists.
Voted ‘One To Watch’ at Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival 2016 and nominated for Amused Moose Best Show 2016 at the Edinburgh Fringe, James is back with another hour of hilarious st…
A light-hearted mind-reading show with amazing and impossible mind stunts! No dead relatives will be contacted throughout the evening, however they may be interrupted with the laug…
Are you, have you been or do you know a pessimist? Are you, have you been, or do you want to be happy? This is the stand-up comedy show for you! Matt Duwell is happy and he is ill-…
Bringing together the best comedy, magic and cabaret acts at Brighton Fringe, following last year’s sell out shows, comedy magician Stu Turner hosts a smorgasbord of variety.
‘Herman’s Half Hour’ is Herman’s hotly-anticipated Brighton Fringe debut show to take to other festivals in the UK and abroad.
Shakespeare said the world is a stage and we are all players.
Think you know charades? Think again! After two sell-out years, ‘Haven’t a Clue.
My life is a constant search for emotional and electrical outlets.
Geordie Rahul Kohli is back with his much anticipated second hour following on from his critically acclaimed debut hour: ‘Newcastle Brown Male’.
A new hour of stand-up from comedians Amy Gledhill and David Callaghan
as heard on BBC Radio’s ‘Jesting About’,
**** (The Scotsman), **** (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine), **** (Th…
Steve Bugeja, as seen on ‘Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central’, Radio 4’s ‘Fresh From The Fringe’ and BBC 3’s ‘Top 10’, is working on a new show and you can come watch him create it.
Harriet’s back with her third and possibly best show yet.
Ladies Marmalade is a show with 3 unusual and hilarious women who will make you taste different flavours of comedy .
A brand-new show in preview from Jessica Fostekew.
David McIver is one of the most fun guys around these days.
Milo McCabe returns to Brighton Fringe with his impeccable 1930’s throwback creation ‘Troy Hawke’.
Join Andrea Hubert (BAFTA Rocliffe Comedy winner 2013, What’s On London Best Debut Show 2016) for just under an hour of new/terrible/amazing/unacceptable comedy ideas and half-fini…
Just because you’re paranoid, it don’t mean they’re not after you! This is the show for anyone who’s ever been confused or scared by the day-to-day insanity of life.
“Traditionally, unmarried girls were sent into the veg garden to choose the ‘perfect’ cabbage.
Athena Kugblenu has watched, listened and looked for a long time, and now she’s grown tired of the conventions of the left wing press.
Miranda has been trying to get a flying penis for four years, but every year it eludes her.
Jane’s a bit of a cow.
Apparently we all get more right-wing as we grow older.
The utterly hilarious and utterly heartwarming debut hour of stand-up from Robin Morgan (Writer of ‘Have I Got News For You’, ‘Newzoids’, ‘The News Quiz’ and the ‘Now Show’).
Sam and Ben fled a supernatural wizard realm 700 years ago after being challenged to a deadly game of Shnozzleball, which they were too chicken to accept.
Nathan Willcock, Chortle Student Comedian runner-up, brings a stand-up show to Brighton Fringe.
Heal your wounds with another hour of stand-up from “The best comedian you haven’t heard of yet” (Time Out), “One brilliant punchline after another.
Coventry born Stella Graham returns to Brighton to declare what it’s like to be a bully.
Does anyone ever read these blurbs? Here’s an experiment: if you are actually reading this right now, text your favourite animal to Alex at 07450 846 211.
Edinburgh Fringe’s Funniest Newcomers 2015 (The Guardian).
Join the fresh-faced former Scottish Comedian of the Year for a riotous hour of stories about Battling the Bottle, Aristotle.
Gerry is a time traveller from 1952.
One Geordie specialising in current affairs.
Shelf is Rachel Watkeys Dowie and Ruby Clyde, a double act with a “winning hybrid of sketch show and stand-up” **** (EdFringe).
John Hastings, your great friend, is back to work on new jokes about his moral compass and probably masturbation.
Alasdair Beckett-King - “One to Watch” (Time Out) - is a legendary comedian, in that there is little historical evidence he exists.
Award-winning comedian Amadeus Martin takes you on a journey through Brixton urban legends, anecdotes and observations, from the failed Viking Invasion of 885AD, the Victorian Era …
Rob Deb and Patrick Casey bring you an hour of thrill-powered stand-up comedy.
Join Ellie Taylor (‘Mock the Week’, ‘Snog Marry Avoid’, ‘8 Out of 10 Cats’) as she prepares a brand new show.
Paul unveils his story of having no home, no job and two children, but these being the least of his problems, in what will become his Edinburgh Fringe debut hour.
A Colombian/Irish/Englishman takes on identity, the world, and why you have to try a Japanese toilet.
Joe Wells believes that you should treat everyone with kindness, but that’s not easy when some of them vote UKIP.
In 2014 stand-up comedian Colin became an amputee, making full use of his surname Leggo.
2015 Brighton Squawker award finalist Pete Strong - “walking a fine emotional line.
An award-winning comedian and writer for BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz, Tom brews up his brand new show all about coffee.
Watch a fuzzy gentlemen do his best to convince you that he’s not a brain floating in a jar, whilst working out precisely how humanity has managed to get this far without totally d…
Fosters Comedy Awards 2015, Best Newcomer: Nominee, and Scottish Comedian Of The Year award-winner brings his new show to Brighton Fringe.
A work-in-progress show from the star of BBC3’s ‘Impractical Jokers’ and ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’.
Zahra’s a bit like the country of Turkey, in that she’s a mix of Eastern and Western culture, and also she is a bird.
This is a work in progress from Winner of Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2014, Winner of the Hobgoblin Comedy Award 2015 and Second Place New Act of The Year Show 2015.
Show about my life growing up in the deepest, darkest parts of India and then being thrown into the West with no language, culture, looks or intelligence.
If you got your idea of adulthood from ‘Friends’ but reality hasn’t met expectations; if you fail to be in the moment and find yourself living through your phone; and if you feel c…
Think you know charades? Think again!
Back for a second year after a huge success in 2015.
Neil Frost has a story to tell.
Bringing together the best magic, comedy, and cabaret acts at Brighton Fringe, comedy magician Stu Turner hosts a smorgasbord of entertainment.
Rachel Parris (‘Austentatious’, ‘The IT Crowd’) presents her new musical comedy about not having it all.
A fascinating, disturbing and hilarious childhood growing up in Hollywood with the children of the stars.
Rising star and general idiot stand-up Harriet Kemsley returns with her new show ‘Good Girl’.
Michael performs a new stand-up show.
Steve Bugeja, winner of the BBC New Comedy Award, presents his second solo show (in progress).
When you see the joy on a small child’s face as he’s about to press the button to call the lift, you realise that your adult life will never offer you that same level of joy ever a…
Cally is female, upbeat and ginger.
Strange things happen on a Walke About.
Please ensure you use the right quote: “an imaginative wit that earmarks him as one to watch” with “cracking gags that turn on a smart use of language” (Chortle).
Free alternative comedy from Matt Hutson (Runner-up in Preston Comedian of the Year) and David McIver (Selected for the BBC New Comedy award 2015).
Affable funnyman and “intelligent youngster” (Time Out), Rory O’Keeffe brings his first stand-up show to Brighton.
A comedy show about life [Tinder], love [Tinder] and the human condition [Tinder].
Come and join two Dutch girls! Arna Spek (BBC Radio 4 New Comedy award) and Simone Keunen will share their hilarious stories of trying to live in the UK! Simone is looking for happ…
Award-winning comedian James Bennison has had enough and has decided to take over the world.
Join character comedienne Cassie Atkinson “Future national treasure” (ToDoList), as we run through the rainbow of her mind.
Mister Bus will be bringing its special brand of surreal sketch comedy to Brighton Fringe! That’s a long train journey and we don’t even like each other that much.
Award-winning comedian with a random set-list in a quest to find the meaning of life.
A work-in-progress of the debut hour from Robin Morgan, star of ‘The Greatest Welshman You’ve Never Heard Of’ (BBC Radio), writer for ‘The News Quiz’ and Laughing Horse New Act of …
Nathan Willcock, Chortle Student Comedian runner-up, brings you a stand-up show.
Brace for impact.
Joe Wells believes that you should treat all people with love and compassion, but that’s not easy when a quarter of them voted for UKIP.
Fresh from supporting Russell Kane on his national tour this is the highly anticipated debut show from Steve Bugeja, the winner of the BBC Radio New Comedy Award 2013.
Join Jo-Jo Bellini as she takes you into her strange world of gastronomic delights, big-band show tunes and Tom Jones.
Join Jonny for his brand new 2015 show.
Joni has just met someone special.
Next Best Thing have ‘Never Been Better’.
The Blue Man basement was quiet, and velvety.
It’s 2015, and still no hoverboards.
Andrew Watts wants his son to be everything that he’s not.
Nathan Willcock, Chortle Student Comedy Award Runner Up 2013, works out his debut show.
Rob Coleman doesn’t know his aft from his ebb tide, but despite two failed attempts has an unquenchable desire to cross the Atlantic in a small boat.
Have you ever had an earth-shatteringly good idea? Phil Buckley hasn’t.
This festival regular comes to Brighton with his first solo show of embarrassing stories, witty one-liners and clever observations.
Michael Fabbri performs a comedy show about dyslexia in preparation for a Radio 4 series he’s recording later in the year.
Dick Coughlan thought he was a good guy.
James Veitch feels the same way about adulthood as he does about Woody Allen movies; we all keep going in the hope that one day it’ll be as good as it was.
Scottish Comedian Of The Year 2013, Larry Dean brings his first solo show to the Brighton Fringe.
Comedy show about friendship, love and wine.
The Vikings have a reputation of having been awful people.
Award-winning new comic Harriet Kemsley unveils her deepest, darkest fears.
Insanely talented newcomer Nick Dixon presents a preview of his hilarious and ridiculously honest debut show.
This year Simon Caine moved out from under his parents’ roof for good (he hopes).
James has hit a lot of stumbling blocks in his life, and maybe, just maybe, food is something he just can’t get past!
Join James for his first solo hour (work in progress), as h…
James Bennison has spent the last year going to extraordinarily dangerous lengths to gain superpowers so that you don’t have to.
Elephant - impossible to overlook and the biggest brain of any land mammal.
Think you know charades? Think again!
Brand new show comes to Brighton Fringe that will make you laugh like a child.
Following their success in 2014, it’s time for more laugh-out-loud stand-up, new silliness, and fresh magic from London trio Mark Diamond “strong jokes delivered with cool conf…
“He’s an act with something to say, and a wonderful way of saying it.
Stand-up comedy from the original dork knight. Rob Deb returns as the Duke of Dorkdom as he brings comedy and jokes about a world that hates and fears him.
Daring to be more honest and giving it some attitude, Juliet finally discusses what she really cares about.
Since winning the Chortle Student Comedy Award in 2007, Deacon has hosted his own BBC Radio 1 show, done some telly (‘The Rob Brydon Show’, ‘Fake Reaction’, Dave’s One Night Stand’…
Brand new female comedy double act.
Goldfish Fire Alarm are a group of improvisers from London with a love of storytelling.
‘C U in Court’ is the extraordinary true story of how award-winning comedian Dave Griffiths obsessively fought clothing giant French Connection for his right to wear his CNUT t-shi…
Come join our club.
Join Ellie Taylor (host of ‘Snog, Marry, Avoid’ BBC3, team captain ‘Fake Reaction’ ITV2, ‘8 out of 10 Cats’ Channel 4) as she cobbles together an hour of stuff into an actual stand…
You won’t find any Thai men with impressive singing voices and a surprising make up talent here.
How much can you expect from a free comedy show at the Brighton Fringe? A lot, as it turns out, as comedienne Luisa Omielan, fresh from her critically applauded touring show What W…
Forced to homeschool her kids, Ria took the opportunity to devise her own curriculum.
The world mourns the passing of Sir Humphrey Hart, best known for inventing the Dead Good Machine, the Make You Feel Lovely Brush and the Telecompromtervisulisationabob.
Solo stand-up show from comedian, choirboy, man and “next big thing” (FHM), Lloyd Griffith.
Award-winning Amadeus Martin returns, with his ‘Me Etc.
Disgraced teacher James Bennison takes to the stage in his debut stand up show, tackling that untapped comedy gold mine, mathematics!
Join him as he takes you on a journey of hila…
Just because you’re born into a faith doesn’t make you the Middle East crisis expert! Instead of playing with Barbies, Sajeela spent her childhood looking for religious loopholes, …
Join the One-Eyed Men’s new cult today! They’ve dedicated their lives to the worship of the great prophet Barry Ashworth, inventor of long-life milk! It’s just a matter of time unt…
Fresh from supporting cult Aussie stand-up Steve Hughes on 2 consecutive UK National Tours, Kiwi comic Sully O’Sullivan heads to Brighton, the bastion of alternative society, with …
Jonny brings his smash hit feel-good comedy show to Brighton.
Irishman Andrew Ryan is 31 years old and he could not be happier, or could he? When his Dad was his age, he was very happily married, with a house and three kids.
Twenty years is a long time.
Martin is 24 and works in a Bristol Post Office.
Our audience create 2 brand new characters but, before you know it, one is dramatically murdered, & the other is framed for the crime.
Since all his pals abandoned him, award-winning music & sketch comedian Sid has had a severe nervous breakdown.
Malcolm Hardee Award Nominee Nathan has a date of death – now you get yours - and £5 at the end of the show (if you don’t die).
Stuart Black’s style is a unique fusion of poetic language, storytelling and stand-up comedy.
I’ve never actually met Simon Jay.
An hour of stand-up from Tom Toal, discussing being one’s own harshest critic yet also biggest fan and the conflict that comes with it.
What was originally billed as John Robertson’s A Nifty History of Evil became a show of improvised comedy at the Caroline of Brunswick, with Robertson creating an entirely new e…
With a title too ripe to ignore, Abigoliah is definitely working on it.
Jana & her mum Heidi have had a 32-year long relationship.
Musical comedy with Luc Valvona. Is Amusia a fantasia of amusement, or does it really mean something quite different? Songs to make you think and laugh and buy the album!
Laugh your socks off, hilarious improv! Fast-paced show that will have you coming back for more.
Improvised horror stories, presented by Dr Synistra (a host with many faces but only one name).
The ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’ writer and Radio 4-featured stand-up finds out whether the world is basically fine or whether everything’s going to shit.
Comedy troupe To Be Continued.
The title of Luke Benson and David Hardcastle’s show can easily give rise to the fear that it will be a rather patronising pastiche of working class culture for the benefit of a …
Award winning comedian James Bennison has finally completed Tinder (at its highest difficulty setting) and wants to help his friends find love too.
A funny, naughty romp through the world of fetish.
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