Introducing the INTERNATIONAL BASS STATION.
We’re already halfway through 2022.
What is going on out there? Thrice vaccinated, twice covided and hit by heavy menopause, Daphna Baram emerges out of her safe cave into her fifties, to check out the world after Co…
Join Fringe favourite comedians Vladimir McTavish, Dave Chawner and Jay Sodagar for Brighton Fringe’s brand new chat and comedy show: The Early Late Show.
Divorced Sammie searches for love, laughter and divine purpose.
Triceratopses are revived from the dead, the monster under the bed is back, and we’re going back in time while also in space.
Kate-Lois Elliott is a comedian, performer and writer, whose sketches were recently nominated for the Writers’ Guild Awards 2022 for best online comedy and the Funny Women Content …
Legendary magician, the Great Baldini, returns to Brighton Fringe to tell his life story through a series of stage illusions, from his first trick on his 12th birthday to his caree…
“Power Struggle” is a split show from two of Wales’s most exciting up and coming comedians; Priya Hall (BBC Presents: Stand up for Live Comedy, Fred At The Stand BBC Radio 4, Mach …
Former Religious Studies teacher turned stand-up comedian Kevin Precious turns his hand to examining his former profession, and takes a sideways look at the teaching and schools mo…
Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2020 Eric Rushton brings his highly-anticipated debut hour to the Brighton Fringe.
Maggy is a priest, author and broadcaster as well as a comedian - she has a unique and informed perspective on life.
Welcome to Gämez TV, where shows are made up on the spot using suggestions from the audience — you!
We improvise TV pilots to create never-before-seen TV, from game shows, roma…
Well respected singer/songwriter Chris Milner - Journeyman shares songs (Contemporary and Traditional), wine and stories from almost 50 years in the great British folk scene tourin…
We are four friendly comedians and we’ve still got it!
Plenty of laughs, stories and craziness.
Come and enjoy an hour hanging out with us!
Psychic Stu takes on the world of fake mediums and not only stands up for the holistic world, but unwittingly educates others on what to look for so as not to get conned.
IMDp: Improvised Movie Director Podcast is an improvised comedy interview podcast.
What is success? Can you define success successfully? Is it twice fired single parent billionaire Elon Musk, or model citizen Pete Wells who currently lives in the dining room of a…
Six improvisers journey to Brighton in an attempt to break into the big time.
Feast on five of the tastiest up-and-coming comedians on the circuit in this stand-up comedy showcase including your award-winning host, Masai Graham (UK Pun Champion 2016, Joke of…
A work-in-progress stand up comedy show from South East New Comedian 2019 and Max Turner Prize 2021 finalist Phil Green.
Track 96 is London’s premiere Hip Hop improv group.
Gillian Fischer wants to be Jewish.
“Taiwanese force of nature” as per Chortle review, Kuan-wen was seen and heard on BBC Three, BBC Radio 4 and Comedy Central.
Scared of commitment? Drink too much coffee? Own an NFT?
Audience problems become a unique and oddly uplifting musical on the spot.
KingFast is a Jamaican born and Belfast raised solo artist whose soulful vocals have been gathering traction around the UK.
New material from the blogging comic.
The new show from ‘Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2021’ Sam Nicoresti.
Is this a therapy couch or a casting couch and is there a difference?
The show is a cocktail of a comical but true look at communication in the western world today, with a good do…
Good people do bad things and bad people do good things.
Local musician and composer Jo Eagle celebrates the 200th anniversary of the invention of the accordion and the 30th anniversary since she first picked one up and gave it a squeeze…
Edinburgh Comedy Awards Nominee and star of Live at the Apollo, Would I Lie to You, and Frankie Boyle’s New World Order, Sara Barron returns with a blistering hour of standup.
‘The Pick of the Fringe’ has been a hit show at Brighton Fringe for 15 years, an annual selection of the very best in stand-up comedy at Brighton Fringe.
Join rising star Jamie D’Souza as he performs his highly anticipated debut stand-up show about his first school crush.
‘Philliam and Whillipp Strikes Again’ is a split bill comedy show (returning to Brighton) from young up-and-coming comedians William Hitt and Philipp Kostelecky “Tongue-in-cheek …
Profanity and Powerpoint collide in a show which is partly an irreverent, illustrated history of the c-word and partly just an excuse to indulge in the simple joy of calling people…
A show to make you think: “maybe I’m not doing so badly after all.
Anti-fascist, Boris*-baiting, Brighton Fringe legend LJ DA FUNK brings back the best bits and catchiest catchphrases from Fringes past, interspersed with new and improved silliness…
This moron wearing all of his t-shirts at once has got layers, watch him peel himself like a very funny sentient onion that won’t make you cry.
A timely show about dogs, defeat and determination by award-winning comedian, best-selling author, presenter and underdog Dave Chawner.
Award-winning comedian Nathan Cassidy with the multi-award nominated and critically acclaimed show about a magical, life-changing year.
Pick of the Fringe returns to Brighton - an annual selection of the very best in stand-up comedy at the Fringe!
The show is a succulent smorgasbord of fantastically funny stand-u…
Award-winning character comedian Anna Morris (Channel 4’s ‘Lee and Dean’) brings her BBC Radio 4 stand-up show to the stage.
The true story of one man’s ambition to become the greatest holiday park entertainer in England.
Think it’s been a weird year? Meet The Lizard King.
One woman reflects upon turbulent events in the country’s political life and traumatic events in her own personal life.
Ever been so determined to be right, you almost ruined your life? Me neither.
Tap-dancing, towels, buckets, stand-up (not for long, I’m 67), and shot-drinking.
Plandemic, 5G, Bill Gates, Agenda 21, Chemtrails, they replaced Avril Lavigne, microchipped vaccines, David Icke’s rusty beanpole, masks masks masks, it’s the flu, it isn’t the flu…
Leslie Ewing-Burgesse knows what she’s doing.
In his debut Brighton Fringe show, Scott will interrogate everyday experiences with a comedy twist, including relationships, family and the current state of the UK.
Ben Pope is ‘a total delight’ (Fest).
The Great Baldini is the head of the shadowy and sinister Illusionati - a group of elite magicians controlling the world through the magical dark arts.
After a successful run at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe, Nick Elleray (Old Comedian of the Year, 2017) brings a new work in progress show to Brighton.
Former Religious Studies teacher turned stand-up comedian Kevin Precious turns his hand to examining his former profession, and takes a sideways look at teaching and schools more g…
In his next life, Pete wants to be a greenfinch.
Losers are funny! Come and laugh with the losers! Anti-heroes Arna Spek, Clive Coopman and James OD will perform stand-up routines about finding funny in the sadder end of life.
An absurd debut show from two of Brighton’s best-loved (hopefully by someone) comics.
An absurd debut work in progress show from two of Brighton’s best-loved (hopefully by someone) comics.
Award-winning author Stuart Reid brings his brilliant blend of bums, boogers, books and big bottom burps back to Brighton following his sell-out shows in 2019.
A family-friendly showcase with a compère and changing line-up of a variety of children’s entertainers for the whole family to enjoy together.
The worldwide hit show returns with a changing line-up of comedians of all varieties and genders with their best material based around sex and relationships.
Multi-award-winning comedian Ian Smith (BBC Three’s ‘Sweat the Small Stuff’, Dave’s ‘The Magic Sponge’) returns to Brighton with a work in progress of his sixth solo show.
In 2017, comedian, BAFTA award winner, Harry Potter actor and double bassist Jim Tavaré and his dog Mr Kippy were involved in a near-fatal, head-on automobile collision in Los Ang…
Anna Banana can put words together that, if sung, would be so elegant, and, if rapped, would be lit! School has ruined poetry, so can she call herself a word-worker or a rhyming ri…
‘Peculiar’ is Jo Burke’s triumphant return to the comedy circuit following the success of her last show and comedy book ‘iScream’.
The sell-out science, comedy and family magic show is back for its third year in Brighton.
Dr Jones Funny Bones is coming to Brighton with a show for the whole family.
Satirical gangster LJ DA FUNK updates his legendary Brexit show to find out once and for all who is to blame for this shambles - May, Farage, Cameron, or that bus? The show might b…
Following the inaugural season success of the ‘EdinBra Fringe Comedy’ north of the border, ‘LassTer Festival Comedy’ in the Midlands and hosted by Scotland’s Jeannie Jones, this we…
Amadeus Martin has arrived home to find his pet dog, Pluto, on the table with his memory stick containing the new material for his Brighton Fringe show in its mouth, chewed up.
Divinely Bette is coming back with a brand new show!
With a whole new set list of the classic Bette variety (including ‘From a Distance’, ‘Under The Boardwalk’, and more!) as well…
Nigel Ng (as seen on Comedy Central’s Stand-up Central ‘Roast Battle’) brings you on a joyous romp through his life in the UK as a Malaysian immigrant.
Zahra’s never stood in front of a mirror and taken a selfie.
Six improvisers take to the Brighton seaside for an hour of improvised scenes, sketches and songs, where everything is made up on the spot based on suggestions provided by you.
Many comedians converge once more in Brighton to find out who is the greatest superhero.
Jake Donaldson presents his debut hour-long solo show! Jake mixes stand-up and storytelling in this show, which explores what really goes on inside his head.
After last year’s “storming show” (The Sunday Times), political comedian and “rising star of the British stand-up scene” (The List) Alex Kealy presents a new hour of comedy about c…
Power Bungalow is a new show all about strength.
On 14 August 2018, Robyn Perkins ★★★★ (Voice Magazine) participated in a dating show in front of a live audience.
Dave is a number 1 bestselling author, he has presented for BBC, written for the Guardian, The Telegraph, Metro and Cosmopolitan and even got an award at The Houses Of Parliament f…
In 2010, the island of Herm, a mile-long body of land and the smallest island of the Channel Islands, declared a state of emergency.
Jools takes you on a journey through the crazier moments of a life lived without a second thought.
Fresh from debut runs at Edinburgh Fringe 2017 and 2018, and unveiling his new show at this year’s Leicester Comedy Festival, Richard is now looking to make his mark on the seafron…
The daily blogging comic presents a work in progress for his new show.
Matt Price was asked to work on a writing project with a former criminal.
Fresh from a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe, musician, performer and writer Matt McGuinness presents his debut show as part of a UK tour.
Stella’s caught in a tug of war between two angry ladies, Mother Nature and her real mother.
Nia’s found her true love, and it isn’t her fiancé.
Hamilton meets Pitch Perfect: Spontaneously Improvised!
From one of the minds behind multiple Fringe sell-out, smash hit CSI: Crime Scene Improvisation comes a new kind of musical…
“One of the finest acts on the Scottish comedy circuit” (Guardian), Vladimir McTavish became a full-time comedian in 1993, since then he has performed to audiences across the g…
Irish comedian Colin Chadwick is a quick thinker, but not a quality thinker.
Huggers returns! With an ever-changing selection of performers chosen from the best acts around the Fringe.
After a hugely successful run at last year’s Brighton Fringe, ‘Mental’ returns.
This chat show is the perfect way to start your Fringe evening, as you spend an hour in the company of one of Scotland’s finest comedians, Vladimir McTavish, and his guests in this…
The only thing batshit crazier than Sammie was the welfare state supposed to be helping her! Getting your needs met in austerity Britain is like a game of Russian roulette.
Following more sell-out performances all over the UK, Europe, Asia and Australia, the hit show returns with a revolving line-up of hilarious comedians of all varieties, genders and…
Madame Chandelier’s Rough Guide to the Opera is everything you never knew was funny about opera.
Kevin Precious is a former Religious Studies teacher.
Triple-award-winning Irish comedian and scientist Dónal Vaughan brings his hugely popular science and comedy show back to Brighton Fringe.
Rob Oldham is going to do an hour of stand-up.
History; Comedy; Songs.
An hour of new material by award-winning comedian and ‘Live at the Apollo’ star, Larry Dean.
The international hit show returns with more great comedians in a mixture of stand-up comedy and debate to find out who the best superhero is!
Whether you are a Marvel or DC fan, …
Stuart made his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe, with his show ‘Dealt a Bad Hand’ at The Pleasance Courtyard.
A rip-roaring rollercoaster of laughter, where six improvisers race from one game to another at a thousand smiles an hour making everything up as they go along.
A split bill musical/absurdist stand up comedy show.
A one-man musical comedy show taking stand-up to the next level.
Come and watch as award-winning, stand-up comedian, and much credited writer Dan Evans releases 53 minutes of his latest entertainment into the wild.
From the questionable mind of Rory Jones (All-Ireland Poetry Slam Champion 2015) comes a debut show of galactic proportions.
Martin and Phil have always felt like they were supposed to do something very important with their lives.
Eleanor Westbrook embodies what I love about the Fringe.
Loves Songs is a little one-woman-show that explores the personal and political puzzles of our love lives through the autobiographical poems of a hopeless romantic - with some rap,…
Journalist, musician and stand-up Marc Burrows presents a personal trek through his mental health history, including his time in a psychiatric ward, suicide attempts, depression an…
An extremely funny yet entirely unerotic journey that begins in a public toilet.
The daily-blogging comic presents a work in progress for his new show.
Radu started comedy in 2006 in Bucharest and was known as Romania’s comedian’s comedian.
‘Go Slay Dragons’ tells tales of love, adventure and existential despair, probably with too much swearing.
A brand new show from the creator of award-winning wedding comedy ‘It’s Got to be Perfect’.
See this award-nominated (Best Comedy, Buxton Fringe 2017) Australian stand-up, now living in Bedford, who played to full houses throughout his Edinburgh Fringe run (2017).
“Fall off your bar-stool funny!” (Barry from some pub in London)
“Uplifting” (Barry’s mate as he clambers back onto his)
But don’t take their word for it.
Fifty Shades of Grey was the bestselling book that gripped the world with its stories about Mr Grey and his sexual appetite for pain and pleasure.
Crizards come to Brighton via Thameslink with an hour of spicy cromedy concerning bronze, weevils and utility bills.
Join Robyn Perkins, English Comedian of the Year finalist, and Sarah Iles, “Left the room quaking with laughter” as they divulge stories from their crazy, surreal and bizarre lives…
18 months ago, Maisie Adam decided to try stand-up comedy.
Single, jobless and living at home, life isn’t treating Richard Stainbank well.
Award-winning comedian Dave Chawner premieres his new show about mental health (rather than mental illness).
The popular family show at festivals worldwide returns with a revolving line-up of performers of all varieties from comedians, musical theatre, poets, magicians, clowns and childre…
Remember when Nazis were only found in Germany, Austria, and Clacton-on-Sea? Well now they’re in the White House, Downing Street, and Clacton-on-Sea.
Join our handpicked curators of comedy as they share classic jokes handed down to them by their family.
A selection of the very best in stand-up comedy at Brighton Fringe.
Following yet more sell-out shows at festivals and theatres worldwide, the hit show returns with yet more great comedians with hilarious material based around that most noble of pu…
This show is the perfect way to start off your night at Brighton Fringe, as you spend an hour in the company of some top-class comedy hosts, such as Vladimir McTavish, in an early …
Ken has never lived a conventional life.
Nik Coppin returns with some new hilarious anecdotes and jokes from his many shows and journeys around the world.
Comedy’s daft nihilist is back with a new hour of his trademark comedic stylings.
The sympathetic and entertaining presenter Donal Vaughan reveals scientific magic tricks, but breaks magic’s golden rule as he explains how he does them, as well as the scientifi…
Work-in-progress. Former RE teacher; teaching RE; philosophy of religion; God-shaped hole; being a humanist… that sort of thing.
From behind the comic shop counter, Rob Deb will regale all you fanboys and girls about all that is Marvel from his stall.
Free caramel wafer for every audience member!
A monolithic sketch comedy trio, formed when three kinds of caramel (David, Richard and Alex) collided at speed.
A variety of comedians come together to find out who is the greatest superhero of them all.
Comedian and singer/songwriter Andy Stedman is a new dad for the first time and, taking this role as extremely seriously as he does, he has written a show dedicated to giving his l…
Known for his highly imaginative and hilarious writing, and as a natural born performer, Addy brings a new show of his unique style of comedy to Brighton Fringe.
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.
After a (tiny) mental breakdown, Isobel has decided to take her upcoming untimely death into her own hands and throw her own funeral, skeptics be damned! An intimate look at mental…
World-travelled Canadian comedian, Dylan Gott (JFL42, Canadian Comedy Awards, iChannel), performs an hour of hilarious stand-up comedy that blends skilled storytelling with observa…
Some people are life’s heroes; leading men and women full of swash, buckle and derring-do.
‘Playback Impro’ plays back moments and stories from the audience.
A new work-in-progress show from this multi award-winning comedian.
Star of ‘Live at the Apollo’, ‘Mock the Week’ and Radio 4’s ‘The Now Show’, tries out some new jokes for an hour or so.
Matt returns to Brighton for the ninth year running with a show bursting with new jokes, new ideas and absolutely no nudity.
Mark Cram has had enough.
Andy Quirk and Andy Onions go halves on a uniquely energetic and entertaining comedy show.
A rip-roaring rollercoaster of laughter where six improvisers make everything up on the spot as they race from one game to another.
This show is the perfect way to start off your night at Brighton Fringe, as you spend an hour in the company of genial Scottish comedian Vladimir McTavish and guests in an early ev…
Robyn Perkins **** (ThreeWeeks), Sarah Iles, (Comedy Network Award winner) and Ria Lina ***** (Mumble Comedy).
At thirty-six, David is still unable to function in society.
Sometimes in comedy, as in life, things don’t go as planned.
Adam Scott Vincent is a core writer of Channel 4’s award-winning satirical show ‘The Last Leg’.
Comedian and vertebrate Alex Kealy presents his second comedy show.
Dick Coughlan thought he was a good guy.
An hour of friendly, casual
entertainment and standup comedy for kids, with a few ‘jokes’ that only adults
Award-winning comic Dave Chawner premieres his new show about turning vegan.
Who? Alice Burden, Neil O’Rourke and Ross Smith.
Ian Smith (BBC3’s ‘Sweat the Small Stuff’, BBC1’s ‘The Ark’) is an award-winning comedian.
Poor Lewis just wanted to enjoy a Happy Birthday, but things just went from bad to worse.
A selection of the very best stand-up comedy at Brighton Fringe.
Paul Revill, Bath Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2014, heads to Brighton Fringe with his debut hour.
The worldwide hit show returns with a revolving line-up of great comedians from around the Fringe with hilarious material based around that most noble of pursuits, shagging!
Everyone has a crazy family.
Abrasive satire for Guardian-readers disguised as sensationalist whimsy for Sun-readers so as not to alienate the proletariat.
Blues harmonica and booze harmonica legend Blind Charlie Harwood makes his Brighton debut after 35 years of licking the blues.
Gecko finds former RE teacher, Kevin Precious falling out with a Brighton ‘New Age’ type, bemoaning a Facebook request from a successful former associate (who is keen to show it), …
Musical Comedy Awards Best Newcomer 2015 Faye Treacy.
Award-winning comedian James Cook has read the back of the box and is ready to play.
After having a splendid time in their debut year, Dirty White Boys have returned with a selection of brand-new material.
Join Ellie Taylor (‘Mock the Week’, ‘Snog Marry Avoid’, ‘8 Out of 10 Cats’) as she prepares a brand new show.
A Colombian/Irish/Englishman takes on identity, the world, and why you have to try a Japanese toilet.
Adele Cliff and Tom Mayhew are hosting a birthday party, and you’re all invited! Come along for party games and lots of laughs - with special guest Catherine Bohart.
Sceptical, ludicrous and hilarious, Betts brings his second hour of stand-up to Brighton Fringe.
The perfect start to your night at Brighton Fringe.
A number of great and varied comedians from around Brighton Fringe come together in a mixture of stand-up comedy and interaction to decide who is the greatest superhero.
hope for Harvey Keitel’s sake that he isn’t aware of this show taking place.
The back end of the comic duo Doggett and Ephgrave turns the spotlight on himself for an hour of solo stand-up.
At 18, despite weighing 10 stone and having no athletic ability, Darius decided to become a professional wrestler.
Join Curly for an evening of his classic high brow solo sketches.
Mirth meets murder in world’s daftest whodunnit.
Think Tank is a live comedy and debate show where professional comedians propose policy ideas to a panel of politicians and experts.
Sy Thomas serves-up the best bits from his 2015 Edinburgh show ‘Jumper’ and some brand spanking new stuff for 2016.
This solo stand-up comedy show is the true story of how a shy Baptist boy from Watford became an unlikely international sex ambassador when he won the 25th annual ‘International …
Award-winning stand-up Dave Chawner takes a hilarious look at identity, recovery and life after eating disorders.
“You go to women? Do not forget the whip!”, wrote the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche.
Fresh from his sell-out run in Edinburgh, comedy writer for Channel Four’s ‘The Last Leg’, Adam judges himself and the world with wanton cynicism but now wonders if this is just …
Cally is female, upbeat and ginger.
“Scotland’s brightest comedy talent” **** (The Sun) presents his hilarious and hugely anticipated debut.
The early rumblings of a wonderful new show about fear, love and being frazzocked.
Two dry comics - one a dark, dry storytelling Bujew, the other, weird but with beautiful eyes and a pedantic wit - join forces for a mind blowing hour of comedic perspective shifti…
Surreal one-liners, flights of fancy and a totally absurd storyline from the NATY 2013 winner.
“Cook it how you like, it’s still a potato” is an Italian expression for the many words and ways we keep coming up with to describe something, without in fact changing its meaning.
Hello people of Brighton! I’m bringing my show to you as part of Brighton Fringe.
Colin Chadwick is a bit
of an oddball and has no idea how to communicate with people on a basic level.
With a revolving line-up of magicians, comedians, street performers, musical theatre and variety acts, this internationally popular show is great for all the family to enjoy togeth…
A comedy show about life [Tinder], love [Tinder] and the human condition [Tinder].
London-based comedian Paul Laight and guests deliver a free hour of jokes, puns, observations and a song or two about the horrors of everyday life.
When Rob Coleman set off to row the Atlantic in 2003, he survived on ignorance and chocolate.
The worldwide hit show Shaggers has returned to give us some
late night laughs at the 2016 Brighton Fringe.
A selection of the best stand-up comedy at Brighton Fringe.
An improvised comedy show where two teams battle to see who can make the audience laugh hardest.
Many comedians converge in Brighton to find out who is the greatest superhero of them all.
Ever wanted to find out how a quality podcast is made? We can help you with that.
Kevin Precious is a former RE teacher.
There’s been a murder! And our detective needs your help.
Stand-up comedian from the Netherlands, Arna Spek is trying to blend in with the English! Will she succeed? Join Arna for an epic story, full of dangerously awkward moments.
Do you strive to be a better parent? Don’t worry, you’ll always be a better one than comedian Andy White.
Rick Kiesewetter calls himself an ‘Asian American British European’. He’s not a stereotype. He’s a prototype. A work in progress. Just like you.
Leave your boring life behind you and come on a quest for the Holy Grail.
They say you should write about what you know, rising comedy star Amy Howerska was raised by a pack of wild skydivers.
Back in Brighton for their fourth year.
Surreal clown Brickhead takes you on a journey to worlds both weird and profound.
Two adorable weirdos bring you an hour of ridiculous, world-weary comedy about giants, failure, upsetting the elderly, and how dangerous moths used to be.
Another one hour preview show from “One of the hardest-working and funniest comics on the circuit.
Jessica Fostekew (writer on BBC 1‘s ‘Mock the Week’, Channel 4’s ‘8 out of 10 Cats’ and Radio 4’s ‘News Quiz’) previews her new show about what a nonsense all our plans and m…
Romina Puma is a work in progress disabled.
Ria returns to Brighton with her fourth solo show on the back of being nominated for the Amused Moose Laughter Award 2014 and writing one of Dave TV’s Top 10 Jokes at the Edinburgh…
Free stand-up comedy: Focus people! David Mills is back with brand new razor sharp rants, cocktail swagger and a biting, acerbic wit.
The back end of the comic duo Doggett & Ephgrave performs his first solo stand-up show (unless you come to the second, third or fourth performance).
The day after Britain goes to the polls, “Scotland’s top satirical stand-up” (Morning Star) presents his comedy response to the 2015 General Election.
Sy Thomas is a nice guy.
A show about a man known as Benjamin, who created a comedy character known as President Obonjo of Lafta Republic.
Lunchtime of Champions is a new double-act sketch outfit from Jamie Fraser and Alex MacKeith, writers of the Cambridge Footlights Tour Show 2014: ‘Real Feelings’.
Jane Postlethwaite (Latest Award Nominee for Best Female Performer 2014 and Funny Women semi-finalist 2014) takes you on a journey to remember with her debut Fringe comedy show.
MoonLife is a new sketch comedy trio comprised of Jamie Fraser, Alex MacKeith and Ben Pope, writers and performers of the Cambridge Footlights International Tour Show 2014 and two …
A brand new show from the 2012 Fringe Review Pick of the Fringe.
The popular comedy and cabaret show returns to Brighton with a revolving line-up of magicians, musicians, children’s entertainers and comedians.
The critically acclaimed character comic and star of ITV2’s ‘Bad Bridesmaid’ and BBC1’s ‘Outnumbered, returns to Brighton with a work in progress of her new show.
Gosh! Code name Invisible Woman, field name Valerie Chamboiserie, but who is this mysterious lady and will her true identity be revealed? Will Major Chumley Whatsit find true love…
Vitriolic political satire meets manic depravity.
The worldwide hit show returns for more late evening laughs.
★★★★ “A dog’s dinner of unexpected, absurd, even offensive content.
“Musical comedy of Tim Minchin, grotesque-glam humour of Ab Fab and a darkly canny social media sensibility’(Exeposé).
Dave, a straight male, takes a satirical look into his anorexic past.
This Land of our Fathers was built on coal, its rivers of mingled blood and sweat have forever darkened it, relieved only by death.
Magician and mentalist Peter Campbell-Wells invites you to tap into your inner psychic with an assortment of absurd and daffy mental party games.
Another chance to see this critically-acclaimed, relevant, thought-provoking and above all, hilarious show about race-related issues as it returns to Brighton.
2012 Funny Women’s Variety Award Winner Sooz Kempner’s big dream is to be in the musical Wicked, but the closest she’s come is a season as a Christina Aguilera tribute act and sing…
Jason Stampe is Kind of a big deal.
‘Why can’t I be an ‘equalist’?’ my partner asked me for the umpteenth time on our way to Andrew Watts’ work in progress Feminism for Chaps.
Comedy Set Swapping LIVE.
In the past two years John moved to the United Kingdom which led him to sleeping with a married woman, making his parents proud, deciding to buy a falcon and dealing with the death…
American Erich McElroy became British in 2007.
We all have ‘daddy issues’ and I’ll share mine.
Adventure, mass murder, and human banana sacrifices.
Fringe Review’s ‘Pick of the Fringe’ Matt Green returns to Brighton with another brilliant show.
Five actors in their pyjamas create a show from audience anecdotes, bringing them to life with their expressions, postures and words.
Touted as the next big thing in comedy, Leicester Square New Comedian Finalist and One to Watch Winner 2013, Sarah asks you for at least one more year of anonymity by keeping this …
Paul Duncan McGarrity and Chris Betts want to have a great time at Brighton Fringe and the best way they can think of to do that is to make people laugh and drink whisky and stout.
The Wine and Whisky Comedy Show definitely encourages the room to drink, although wine and whisky may be the only thing that keeps the comedy alive.
This year marks the point of no return for Matthew Finlayson.
Multi awarding-winning stand-up and previous Brighton Fringe New Act of the Year Harriet Kemsley stumbles back to unveil her debut show; ‘The Irrational Fears of Rillettes’ or WE’R…
In this hotly anticipated debut show, Nico Yearwood brings his irreverent, illogical and totally misguided theories to the masses.
A sinister, silly and surreal story full of extremely wonky characters and actual jokes.
This revolving showcase of Brighton Fringe’s top comedians sees five different acts performing short sets every night throughout the festival.
Electro-comedy minor internet stars, Eccentronic reprise their hit 2013 Brighton & Edinburgh Fringe show and fight for the right to party in Copenhagen by writing a sure fire hit f…
The pirate captain tells lots of pirate jokes and sings lots of pirate songs! He might also teach you how to be a real pirate…
Join comedians at the Fringe telling jokes and anecdotes about that most joyous of pursuits - shagging! ‘The perfect way to close a night at the fest’ ***** - Melbourne Festival 20…
Comedy and cabaret for all the family to enjoy together from the hugely popular worldwide show.
Most of those to whom I mentioned this show thought I would be in for an evening of hard-hitting, emotional grit concerning the nation’s touchiest issue, but Immigrant Diaries wa…
If you’re looking for some light hearted comedy to pass the time, don’t go to see Sean McLoughlin.
The world’s cheekiest show returns to Brighton with a revolving line-up of great male, female, gay and straight comedians all telling jokes and anecdotes about that most glorious o…
Anna Morris’s new show might be a work in progress but it’s already pretty brilliant.
Who can get the most laughs? Who can take someone’s material and make it funnier? Joke Thieves separates the men from the boys and really puts the comedians through their paces! …
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