Lubna Kerr is confused about her identity.
Becky Brunning: Funny Women Finalist, daredevil, Broadchurch actor, helmet owner, brings her new nigh-octane show to Brighton after her debut hour ‘Beaming’ stormed* Edinburgh Frin…
Irish surrealist Kevin O Connell arrives in Brighton with his debut hour.
“Growing up, I was too brown for the white kids and the wrong kind of brown for the brown kids.
Comedy impressionist Stephen Owen, comedian and ventriloquist Phil Reid and comedy magician Stu Turner come together for a fabulous hour of entertainment.
Chris Tavner presents his new stand-up show about his life of being a socialist activist.
Sam Went got dumped and did the very normal thing of transferring his feelings onto the 17th worst movie of all time - ‘Bicentennial Man’.
Comedy stalwart Gary G Knightley and miscellaneous wart Dan C Cadey in a comedy about the ones they love and sincerely blame.
Easily Amused? Louise Leigh is.
“Stedman’s voice is sure to melt hearts.
Dropped on the wrong planet in 1994, Alice-India dissects the crisis that took over her life by letting it run riot in public.
Ian appeared on a televised seduction course to find love.
Sun, sea and stand-up.
Brand new comedy ‘Motherhood’ is a hilarious exploration of life as a new parent.
Award-winning comedian, writer and co-creator of Comedy Central’s Modern Horror Stories, Daniel Audritt brings a work in progress of his debut hour, to the Brighton Fringe.
A comedy show about definitely not wanting children.
Canadian comedy veteran David Tsonos has had pet cats for the last 20 years, from the early days of Mittens to his new cat Mitzy, come watch him as he deals with problems of adopti…
“Completely brilliant” ***** (Voice Mag)
“For an hour of hilarious escapism, look no further” **** (Edinburgh Festivals)
“Stellar puns, great one liners” **** (Fest…
Cress wouldn’t wish her rented bedsit on anyone, narrowboats always looked so romantic and she’s ready for an off-grid adventure!
Join her as she develops a stand-up comedy s…
Daniel Muggleton is an Australian stand-up comedian.
Joe used to do political comedy but recently the news has become so horrible that he can’t bear to do it any more.
Sam Wyatt is recording the pilot for his new Saturday night game show; ‘I Predict A WYATT!’ But with so much on the line will he be able to keep it together?
Two contestants, four…
He’s 66 and he has his own leprechaun, but is Gerry a crock, or is he gold? He’ll let you decide.
By 2020 depression will be the biggest first world problem, but how does this rise affect the mental health work force? Award-winning comedian and NHS psychiatrist Benji Waterstone…
Freya and Will in discussion with ABBA: a 50 minute comedy show in which two comedians host the prodigious pop ensemble in a hilarious and revealing interview.
An interactive (work in progress) experience in which the audience find themselves in the hands of three friendly faces of a horrific, demonic cult.
The OCD Files “maps” my life as a sufferer of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
Hufflepuff was the first (good) nickname Struan got.
Brits and comedians are big sports fans, but what is the world’s greatest sport? Rugby union or league? Proper football or that American version? Is the Olympics just people runn…
Stella’s caught in a tug of war between two angry ladies, Mother Nature and her real mother.
Days of myths and fairy tales are gone.
Ciaran Chillingworth (Laughing Horse New Act of the Year Finalist) loves milking.
Since she was seventeen, Caitlin Cook has lived her life by a code: if something scares her, she has to do it.
Join ‘Northern Power Blouse’ for a sketch show full of heart, songs and massive, massive shoulder pads.
Award-winning, best-selling author Stuart Reid brings his hilarious blend of bums, bogies and big bottom burps to Brighton.
To have kids or not to have kids? That is the question.
Five years ago, Pete Nash was about to board a plane to Silicon Valley to sell his startup for a million quid.
Moby Dick: a book, a play, an episode of Star Trek, 12 movies, and a fish.
It’s 2019 and the geeks have inherited the earth!
Geek culture is emerging from TV and movies, but there was a time you’d be ashamed to be one.
Fancy an alternative variety show? Then they don’t get much better than this! Four award-winning break through acts playing in an intimate venue and all for free!
It’s Mary Flanigan and Robbie McShane! One’s a comedian, one’s a robot pretending to be a comedian.
What’s it like to have 15 minutes of fame in the largest country on earth? The debut stand-up hour from British comedian and former Cambridge Footlight, Milo Edwards, about how he …
Lloyd presents a sort of, work in progress, stand-up comedy show that he hopes to be rough but charming, like an old-timey hobo.
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.
The premise for Will Penswicks’ show is simple.
Sam Fraser has been a stand-by BBC local weather presenter since 2012.
The kind of family that goes the extra mile because the brakes are cut and daddy don’t like the UK speed limit.
Scottish comedy-award-winner and BAFTA nominee Vladimir McTavish celebrates a quarter-century in the business with an hour-long show featuring some brand-new topical gags, some old…
Coming off the back of an international tour of Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Matt’s been doing stand up for 15 years and he’s got pretty good at it.
Comedian David Callaghan brings his newest interactive technological comedy adventure.
Paul Foot’s support act and Pleasance Reserve 2015 winner Malcolm Head brings his debit solo hour to the Brighton Fringe.
A work-in-progress musical comedy show from 2016’s Funny Women winner.
Need a hotel? Then book a room at Hotel Yes Please, a shambolic hotel managed by Fernando, a clueless dimwit with different ideas of how to run a hotel.
Heimatmann, featuring just two performers, John Casey and Jessie Waterfield, tells the story of Georg Elser.
When Sara Barron was 11 years old she wrote a 64-page play.
Tom Mayhew, Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year Nominee 2017, invites you (and all your friends) to his funeral! It’s a work-in-progress of his funeral, though, so some of the j…
Featured on Channel 4, Comedy Central and BBC’s New Talent Hotlist, the award-winning Swedish comedian presents a work in progress that promises to be “uncensored, unapologetic and…
A stand-up comedy show about a man (Winter Foenander) who finds himself in a perpetual state of madness.
What happens when a crazed madman takes a comedy show and its audience hostage? Find out in the Bad Clowns’ maddest show yet.
It’s ten o’clock on a Friday night in Brighton and Temple Bar is buzzing.
A knight of the realm steals money from pensioners, the NHS is sold off to the highest bidder and Olly Murs live tweets a ‘terror incident’ from inside Selfridges.
A stand-up comedy show from a comedian that cannot stand up.
Come on a journey to the upside down and meet some of Sunjai’s weird and wonderful friends.
Join Lolly and special guest(s) in an hour of stand up & character comedy.
Ladies Marmalade is a reminder that comedy is more than what you see on TV.
Elliot & Eliott, outcasts to both society and themselves, are in need of friends to save them from the verge of social redundancy.
Whilst working on a half-hour comedy special, Will realised that stand-up was no longer the most important thing in his life.
He told a silly joke one night at a show in Australia and the events thereafter were rather confusing.
Victor Pãtrãscan is Romanian, but nobody’s perfect.
Bisha K Ali brings a work in progress show to Brighton Fringe.
After a sell-out run at The Camden Fringe 2017 and (hopefully) The Leicester Comedy Festival 2018, ‘Jew-O-Rama’ makes its Brighton Fringe Festival debut bringing you the best Jewis…
Friendly Cornish Giant Matt Price was going out with a woman.
Jay Cowle is a stand-up comedian and day dreamer which is all very nice until he wants to get something done, but things are changing.
While away an hour or so as magic meets stand-up comedy. As well as some cunning trickery, Freddie will share his frustrations of modern and not so modern life.
This is a solo show about male nuns and being 65.
Shrink and stand-up Benji Waterstones heads to Peru in search of ayahuasca, a healing hallucinogenic so strong that just one dose has been likened to 15 years of therapy.
East London’s premier rapper of first-world problems, Andy quirk, and his backup dancer Anna J, bring fist-pumping therapy for modern living to the masses.
In the hotly tipped debut hour from Scottish comedian and podcaster Struan Logan, he regales his tales of 18 months living out of a backpack through Australia, New Zealand and Sout…
Henry Churniavsky in his solo show, ‘Aaaah The Growing pains of a Neurotic Jew’ unloads to the audience all about his Jewish roots from growing up to getting old, with lots more in…
Rob has lived off the grid in a caravan in a field for eight years.
Twat Out of Hell features comedian Gary G Knightley, as seen on Channel 4, BBC3 and the West End, performing his debut solo show.
Get ready for the comedy ride of your life as Ben spins thrillers, self-help books, romances and fairy tales out of thin air, his own mind and the audience in front of him.
It’s a comedy bonanza!
A brand-new stand-up comedy selection from Laughing Horse.
Paul Revill, Bath Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2014, returns to Brighton Fringe with a work in progress hour of comedy.
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