Sophie Duker is not a goddess.
Tickets for Dave Chawner: C’est La Vegan apparently went like hot cakes (or should that be like Greggs' vegan sausage rolls?) and as everyone packed into the bijou upstairs r…
June 25th 2018 - weight was 22 stone.
Sometimes the best education comes from the most unexpected places.
Vaguely anti-establishment poetry for the postmodern Bohemian.
Gillian English hates The Taming Of The Shrew.
Show about family, taking risks, and embracing change.
Michelle’s second solo show and sequel to ‘50% Canadian, 100% Crazy, Let’s Laugh’.
One is a bitch.
Majk Stokes is a singer-songwriter, poet, environmentalist, Quaker and self-confessed caffeine-addict.
Born and raised in Japan, Yuriko Kotani now lives in the UK.
Tom was unemployed for three years from the age of 18.
An hour of ‘Odd Socks’ mixed with really funny, award-winning Ingrid stuff.
Who are you and where do you come from? Come and watch an hour of stand-up comedy and storytelling as Aidan McCaffery and Darius Tabai struggle to reconcile themselves with their c…
The follow-up to her debut Edinburgh show ‘Wisdomless’, multi award-winning comedian Maria Shehata expands on her transatlantic move for love and life after it fell apart.
Drug law reform activist Dr Keith Scott’s wacky trip into the world of the psychoactive drugs we use and the psychotic drug laws that try to stop us using.
Heidi Regan, winner of BBC New Comedy Award 2017 and So You Think You’re Funny 2016, presents a work in progress of her new show.
Leicester Comedy Festival Silver Comedian 2018, Fred Ferenczi, was described by Bruce Dessau as like a cross between a slow-burn Count Arthur Strong and Simon Munnery.
Spanish comedian Sonia Aste is a woman of many talents.
The Evil Queen usually gets a bad press, but not in this show.
Sarah Mann (BBC New Comedian finalist 2018, So You Think You’re Funny runner-up 2017) and Anna Dominey (Bath New Act semi-finalist 2018) are the opposite of party people.
Have you ever witnessed a couple’s divorce? When these people are your parents, your life turns upside down, especially if you’re 8-years-old.
New Comedian of the Year finalist presents a show about isolation.
Save Caroline Lucas from Illuminati Lizard sacrifice! Conspiracy theorists have been raging about ancient alien lizards for decades.
Three people who don’t really know each other have come together for a one-hour show of stand-up and musical comedy.
A work in progress show from one of the UK comedy circuits most promising up-and-coming comedians.
Two little cripples sitting in a tree k-i-s-s—Wait! How did two cripples get up a tree? Come see Spring Day, voted Brooklyn’s Best Comedian, tell true tales of a spastic Sid and …
‘Miss Universe’ is ludicrous, graceful and confidently beautiful character comedy from Shivani Thussu.
Controversy queen Sophie Duker heads back to Brighton to crack open a fresh can of comedy sass.
‘Karoshi’ is Japanese for death by overwork.
An irreverent and incomplete history of the Russian Revolution in response to a hundred years of bullsh*t.
Fiona Sagar (Funny Women Best Show Nominee 2016, The Groundlings Comedy Theatre, LA) returns to Brighton Fringe with her new character comedy show.
Bi-cultural, demi-sexual, 42 year old Londoner WLTM varied audience with GSOH to tell jokes of a politically irreverent nature.
Are you passionate about food, yet in love with Britain at the same time? This show is for you!
The craziest Italian, Alex Martini, brings you his debut solo show ‘Mad About Food’.
Paul Savage spent last year trying to be better.
Creating your own kingdom is what life’s all about – one where you can live by your own rules, make your own choices, and be the person you truly are.
Alex Petrovic (BBC New Comedy Awards, Radio 2, Radio 4 Extra), Fiona Ridgewell (Comedy Knights Finalist 2016, Golden Jester Finalist 2015), and Graeme Collard (Comedy Fun House Gon…
Winner of the BBC New Comedy Award 2015 and Time Out’s One to Watch, UK-based Japanese comedian Yuriko Kotani brings you wonderfully offbeat stories with her rug-pulling punchlines…
Egyptian-American comedian Maria Shehata follows up her debut show ‘Wisdomless’ with stand up and storytelling about her life in London and what happened after she whimsically move…
When life fell apart, Rob moved into a caravan.
What do you do when you’re no longer in control of steering the ship? How many times can you be wrong before you finally get it? Can a phone app make you less of a ticking time bom…
Are you one of those people who makes bad decisions? This show is for you.
Theoretical physicist Dr Fran Day takes a break from studying particles that probably don’t exist to take to the stage in a stand-up science comedy spectacular.
Despite accidentally catching cancer, lunch poet Daniel Searle was one of the few people to not die in 2016.
A Middle Eastern Mary Poppins gets diabetes from her spoonful of sugar, becomes British, and negotiates with her body as insulin and Brexit go down.
Feel-good stand-up show on how to love life even when it’s rubbish.
Sofie Hagen brings her successful podcast ‘Made of Human’ to Brighton to record live episodes in front of an audience.
127 years after Van Gogh, the world is ready for another ginger genius (No, Ed Sheeran doesn’t count).
Francis Foster is a unique man who hails from Caracas and Wigan via South London.
Wow, it’s time for the debut hour of comedy from hot ticket and nice friend David McIver! That’s right girls and boys, your special little man is all grown up and raring to do some…
Ever felt ashamed? Ever wanted the ground to swallow you whole? You’re not alone.
Heidi Regan, winner of BBC New Comedy Award 2017 and So You Think You’re Funny? 2016, explores our increasingly confusing world via the medium of shark films.
A living statue watches as a vandal tags her.
Sonia Aste is a Spaniard living in the UK with a quirky point of view: ‘Cultural differences are like sangria – a happy mix that leaves us wanting more’.
Silly, surreal stand-up comedy from spicy boy Will Rowland.
Award-winning comedian Dave Chawner premieres his new show about mental health (rather than mental illness).
The ‘Mellow Thunder From Down Under’ returns to Brighton with a stand-up comedy show that’ll be thoughtful, silly, and thoughtfully silly.
An hour of pure entertainment from musicians, clowns, and wordmongers of all flavours, local and international, showcasing the best Brighton Fringe has to offer.
A comic combo including a dancing bear - yep, probably the only show in the Fringe to have one.
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