Grant Busé: Touché Busé

Grant Busé: Touché Busé

Grant Busé is blessed with classical good looks, musical talent and a flair for making things funny. However, he wants you to believe he’s unlucky. It’s the Busé curse, you see… 

Stephen Catling vs Himself and Other Monsters

Stephen Catling vs Himself and Other Monsters

A raggedy Northerner who absolutely refuses to listen to all those warnings about monsters and abysses tries to fight his way through hellish hoards of horrors. He fights them on the beaches and in the streets! In his kitchen! He shall never surrender! But at what cost will victory come? Will he be able to hold onto his humanity? “Disgusting, horrifying, never disappointing” (Kyle Wallace, G&B comedy) “Engaging, otherworldly and endearingly morose with an edge as sharp as his tongue” (Sam Rhodes Comedy Explosion) 

Steve McNeil: Video Games (Work in Progress)

Steve McNeil: Video Games (Work in Progress)

The creator of (and team captain on) ‘Dara O’Briain’s Go 8 Bit’ bangs on about video games for an hour. It might be some adapted bits from his forthcoming book about the history of video games (Hey! Listen!)… 

The Biscuit Barrel

The Biscuit Barrel

Following their outrageous debut of 58 sketches, with sold-out performances in Edinburgh and Brighton, Biscuit Barrel roll out a whole new hour of hyperactive hysteria! Guaranteed to be one of the fastest sketch shows this year, the gags come quick, daft, and not for the easily upset… 

The Silliad: Improvised Myths and Legends

The Silliad: Improvised Myths and Legends

Why do geese fly south for the winter? Why does it always rain on a bank holiday? What’s really inside an Oreo? You suggest the question, and watch as the myth of its origin comes to life! From the roaring thunder of Mount Olympus to the frozen tundra of Scandinavia, it’s ‘Horrible Histories’ meets ‘Clash of the Titans’ meets ‘Whose Line is it Anyway?’! If you love improv, this is not a show to myth! 

James Bran: Hack

James Bran: Hack

Technology is making life easier, but at what cost? Join James Bran on a comedic exploration of convenience addiction; a sidesplitting look at the value of personal data, and a hilarious take on the destruction of democracy in the face of Big Tech… 

Young, Dumb and Easily Offended

Young, Dumb and Easily Offended

Feelin fat, ugly, depressed? Yh we all are, we’re Millennials! It’s gonna have coconut water, avocados, vegan sausage rolls. So stop sending dick pics and cat-fishing; Cum put us 2 the test… 

Laugh Island

Laugh Island

Sexy, sizzling and single improvisers look for laughs and love in the Brighton Fringe’s hottest show. Every few minutes, the improviser’s couple up and attempt to make each other (and the audience) laugh through a series of silly games in an attempt to stay in the show… 

Thomas Dixon: The Secrets of Magic

Thomas Dixon: The Secrets of Magic

What is real magic? Is it just tricks or magic? What’s the difference? Thomas will answer these questions and reveal some of the deepest secrets! You will learn what it takes to be a magician and see what it is like to be behind the curtains… 

Roisin Crowley Linton: Teenage Kicks

Roisin Crowley Linton: Teenage Kicks

WINNER: Stamptown Newcomer Award, 2018 Roisin Crowley Linton makes her Brighton debut with a unique blend of achingly honest poetry, side-splitting stand-up and personal storytelling… 

Stealing the Show: The Improvised Heist Comedy

Stealing the Show: The Improvised Heist Comedy

Move over Oceans 8, 11, 12 and 13. There’s a new game in town! ‘Stealing The Show’ is a criminal comedy caper made up from your suggestions. What will we steal? How will we steal it? It’s all up to you! 

Viggo The Viking

Viggo The Viking

WINNER: Best Comedy Brighton Fringe 2016 NOMINEE: Best Comedy Brighton Fringe 2017 From the deep forests and tall mountains of Norway comes Gaulier-trained clown Viggo Venn (Zach & Viggo) with a new, funny and totally silent comedy show! Viggo The Viking is the dumbest viking in the world… 

Eliza von Poppins presents... A Practically Perfect Guide to Living

Eliza von Poppins presents... A Practically Perfect Guide to Living

Do you want to know how to solve your problems and become practically perfect in every way? Whenever you are in a stew, just ask “What would Julie Andrews do?” Eliza von Poppins shows you the seven steps to practical perfection in an interactive, showtune-fuelled life-coaching session: “Becoming who you want to be is as simple as ‘do-re-mi’” … 

Imaginauts

Imaginauts

The fast paced Sci-Farce returns to The Warren for a second year. Two unlikely heroes fall through an adventure to other worlds and other dimensions to try and save the Earth. A high-energy comedy where four actors play all the roles and your imagination is the limit. 

Bitesize Chekhov

Bitesize Chekhov

Three one-act plays performed within one hour - this is Chekhov as you have never seen him before! Animate presents some of the writer’s lesser-known works to a 21st century audience… 

Eleanor Colville: Google Me

Eleanor Colville: Google Me

Our internet searches reveal more about us than we like to admit. We search our fears, our crushes and our flu symptoms (self diagnosis: plague), but can you decipher a character just from what they Google? Join Eleanor Colville as she browses through browsers and searches histories for an hour of characters, sketches and some real dark-web material… 

PÖJJ Presents: PÖJJ

PÖJJ Presents: PÖJJ

Sketch comedy hat-trick ‘PÖJJ’ return to Brighton Fringe. They bring with them a hilarious new hour full of sketches, words and seemingly impossible acrobatics*. “Wonderfully funny… 

Crabmeat

Crabmeat

J is hiding in the toilet at a gay club. Maybe because of what he just saw on the dance floor. Or maybe because he’s being chased by a crab… and this is one cranky crustacean… 

Christian Brighty is Grandad in Grandad: Grandad’s Grandad-themed Family Reunion

Christian Brighty is Grandad in Grandad: Grandad’s Grandad-themed Family Reunion

Sporting a ridiculous inflatable suit, ill-fitting wig and grey beard, the “hilarious” (The List) Christian Brighty brings to life a man you wish was dead. An hour of silly character comedy about everyone’s favourite grandad, Grandad… 

Alex Cofield: Supernova

Alex Cofield: Supernova

Faced with the grim reality of a life of seclusion in the genteel English countryside, Alex’s dreams of youthful urban living seem light years away, and when a nefarious village plot is revealed there may be no chance of escape… 

Krent Tablowski: I Can Make You Make Yourself Better at Public Speaking in Front of People

Krent Tablowski: I Can Make You Make Yourself Better at Public Speaking in Front of People

Influencer. Sociologist. Inventor. Life coach. Twitter. Nike athlete. Facebook. CEO. PROUD American. Most importantly? I’m the guy who’s gonna change it all for you. Everything. All of it… 

IT'S PATRICIA, DARLING!

IT'S PATRICIA, DARLING!

She’s out - all guns blazing! Patricia is throwing off the shackles of a false identity, finally claiming what is rightly hers. No more the ‘P’ word. For too long she’s been living a lie… 

Mary Blandy's Gallows Tree

Mary Blandy's Gallows Tree

Based on actual historical events, Mary Blandy’s Gallows Tree is a one-woman play that charts the last hour(s) of Mary Blandy as she awaits the gallows in Oxford Prison in 1752, for the crime of poisoning her father… 

Michael Fabbri: Rebooted

Michael Fabbri: Rebooted

This Brighton local gigs across the UK and all over the world, but can’t resist the yearly pull of performing a new show just a gentle stroll from his front door. “Exceptionally funny, extremely sharp, hugely enjoyable” (The Scotsman)… 

Owen Roberts: Anglerfish

Owen Roberts: Anglerfish

What is love? It’s a mystery. People often ask me what is life’s greatest mystery? So I tell them, it’s the Loch Ness Monster. But then they ask me what’s life’s second greatest mystery? And I say, oh that’s love… 

Pete Nash: Where's My Money?

Pete Nash: Where's My Money?

Five years ago, Pete Nash was about to board a plane to Silicon Valley to sell his business for seven figures. Today, he’s performing a Fringe show about it called ‘Where’s My Money?’ Find out what happened with this hour of feel-good, cathartic stand-up… 

The Scrapyard Sessions

The Scrapyard Sessions

The fringe of the Fringe, full of wonder and whimsy. Drop into The Scrapyard at The Warren and find a hidden gem. Featuring spoken word, comedy, music and cabaret; remarkable performers presenting storytelling and comedy in all its forms. 

DRESSING UP DIETRICH

DRESSING UP DIETRICH

Have wig, will Dietrich… Patricia Hartshorne brings Marlene to life before your eyes. Watch her switch from mere mortal to Hollywood icon - and back again. No smoke, no mirrors. Just a suitcase - and an okay pair of legs… 

Off the Cuff's Chaotic Biopic

Off the Cuff's Chaotic Biopic

Following three sell-out Fringe runs with hit show ‘Crime and Funishment’ and more than a decade of acclaimed and raucously funny performances, Brighton’s improvised comedy revolutionaries return with a brand new show! Join them as they delve into the secret lives of celebrities, creating a unique biopic documentary each night on stage, all based on your suggestions… 

How to Make Friends in Hollywood

How to Make Friends in Hollywood

For almost sixty years, Hollywood superstar Lindsey Ordell has been drinking too much, smoking too much and over indulging in an endless parade of sexual conquests… Now she has decided to put her scandalous life to print… 

Dead Happy?

Dead Happy?

Dead Happy? is a one man show about life and our journey towards the inevitable. It is also, unsurprisingly, a show about death. The creator, Simon Lovat, plays an affable undertaker who lends us an engaging monologue about his enduring experiences with demise… 

Kiki Mellék: Law of Attraction

Kiki Mellék: Law of Attraction

Ooohoo Bibshkis! Hyper Queen Kiki Mellék’s Brighton Fringe Debut! Plastic-Fanatsic Kiki Mellék is simply winning at life & she wants to share her perfectly pert pearls of wisdom with YOU lucky darlings… 

Hot Mess: Bezzie Mates

Hot Mess: Bezzie Mates

Max Levine and Anna Piper recorded themselves for a year to find the funniest sketch ideas to put into the show. We get a giggly glimpse into their rehearsals as short clips are projected showing them in their natural brainstorming habitat… 

Unlovable

Unlovable

A one-woman physical theatre/clowning show following bright-eyed, open-hearted 1950s bachelorette Judith and her journey to become the most lovable girl in town as she and her (problematic) narrator prepare her for a date! Set to your favorite 1950s hits, alive with physical romps, embarrassing slapstick scenarios and honestly disgusting 50s recipes, Judith dances (and trips) her way through all steps to preparing the perfect date… 

Barry and Sian: Exposed

Barry and Sian: Exposed

Award-winning comedy sketch duo ‘Barry and Sian’ (Aka BS) - off the back of their sold out Christmas Special ‘Oh Holy Shite’ - comes ‘Exposed’! It’s not just the sun you need to be afraid of… 

Isa Bonachera: The Great Emptiness

Isa Bonachera: The Great Emptiness

Any sensible person would look at the night sky and see the horrible purgatory of the cosmos. Not Isa. Isa’s been obsessed with outer space all her life, and she decided from an early age that she wanted to do one thing and one thing only; become an astronaut… 

Dan Evans: 20%

Dan Evans: 20%

Brace yourself for extreme investor-tainment as stand-up comedian Dan Evans pitches his 20% complete business ideas. A rare chance to stare opportunity in the face and see who blinks first… 

Open Wide

Open Wide

It’s time for your yearly check-up (an hour of surreal sketch and character comedy, brought to you by real-life identical twins from Brighton - Yes Mama!). We promise it will only hurt a little bit… 

Individual Medley

Individual Medley

There is a long history of female performers and theatre-makers who mine their personal experience to create autobiographical monologues exploring their (female) identity. Katrina Quinn’s Individual Medley is another example… 

The Unremarkable Life and Wholly Undignified Death of Lee Griffiths as Performed by Lee Griffiths

The Unremarkable Life and Wholly Undignified Death of Lee Griffiths as Performed by Lee Griffiths

Lee Griffiths, household name* and all-round philanthropic hero has given himself the honour of hosting a charity telethon to help those less fortunate. Celebrity guests guaranteed** to be there include Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, Edwina Currie, H from Steps, Andy Peters and X Factor 2004 winner Steve Brookstein… 

Awokening: Work in Progress

Awokening: Work in Progress

A presentation of visionary (ridiculous) ideas from an apocalyptic clown man. A transcendental, comedic voyage through the insanity of a post-truth world. An array of characters, poetry, songs and ingenious ideas presented by an idiot… 

Hot Mess: Dirty Stop Outs

Hot Mess: Dirty Stop Outs

Help Anna and Max satisfy the weird stipulations of their overzealous landlord to keep the party alive while ending the night with the best house party in Brighton! Fast-paced sketches and a banging playlist await… 

Do the Thing: The Made Up Musical

Do the Thing: The Made Up Musical

The 2018 critically-acclaimed Brighton Fringe sell-outs return! Join ‘Do the Thing’ for an unmissable high-risk, high-lunacy, highly (well, entirely) improvised musical. Two men do all the singing and acting… 

David McIver: Teleport

David McIver: Teleport

Come! Escape into the Kingdoms of Ashgorn, where you can level up, complete quests, defeat monsters and watch a very cheeky young man doing some really stupid character comedy. That’s right my friends, it’s another big old laugh-fest from David McIver; all about escapism, loneliness and role playing games… 

Siblings: Acting out and Siblings: The Third

Siblings: Acting out and Siblings: The Third

Character comedians and real-life sisters Maddy and Marina Bye are back, physically bigger and mentally smaller then ever before, presenting their sell-out 2018 show ‘Siblings: Acting out’ and the brand new, completely absurd ‘Siblings: The Third’… 

Crybabies: Danger Brigade

Crybabies: Danger Brigade

Join Michael Clarke (“nothing short of genius” ***** Three Weeks), Ed Jones (“ripe with wit” **** The Skinny) and James for Crybabies’ debut hour of surreal comedy, action, singing and dancing, rats, crisps, and concerns of the heart… 

Kissing Annie Lennox

Kissing Annie Lennox

Not a tribute act, but an act of attribution. Androgynous Annie catches Jo’s eye and helps her through tough days. Is Annie the only person who really sees Jo? And as Jo isn’t kissing Annie, who is? A one woman show about taping the top 40, men’s shoes and Annie Lennox posters… 

Max Norman: How to be a Pirate

Max Norman: How to be a Pirate

Step aboard a ship for an adventure of ludicrous comedy and nonsense storytelling with an explosive salt spoon of a pirate who’s lost on a quest and needs your help, only he doesn’t know what for… 

Dumped

Dumped

A one-woman, musical, comedy shit-storm about the first time your heart gets smashed into a million tiny pieces, and the songs that make you feel less alone with your crazy, crazy break-up thoughts… 

Serena Flynn: Prune

Serena Flynn: Prune

Crawling out from the wreckage of a nasty breakup comes the grotesque figure of Prune. Clad in a bulging purple costume and face paint, Flynn rampages through the tragicomedy of her previous relationship with a surreal flair... 

Camp Be Yourself

Camp Be Yourself

Around 20 minutes before the show started we were told to ‘drink up our apple juice’ and to say bye to our parents before we were taken across the pond to America and aggressively welcomed into summer camp... 

PÖJJ: Our Sketch Show

PÖJJ: Our Sketch Show

Sketch comedy hat-trick PÖJJ bring you their debut show. Expect jokes, projections and satsumas. "The kind of assured confidence that will probably propel onto television before very much longer... 

Ella Woods: Wing Defence

Ella Woods: Wing Defence

A comedy show about sport by someone who hated it. Ella has been twice nominated for BBC New Comedy Awards, heard on BBC Radio 2 and 4Extra, and was the ‘Best Cricket Bowler in Sussex' (3rd place, Girls under-12s, 2000)... 

The Elves & The Shoemaker

The Elves & The Shoemaker

When everyone in the house is tucked up in bed, a magical creature lifts its head. With little green fingers and little green toes, pointy ears and a sharp pointed nose, the house elves awaken and look around with glee... 

Think Outside The Box

Think Outside The Box

A light-hearted, inventive way of exploring the distinctions and limitations of thinking inside the box and thinking outside the box. This show captures the importance of escaping the safety of the rational and the logical, encouraging the creativity and originality that comes with thinking from a new perspective... 

Jilberto Soto: Butterfly

Jilberto Soto: Butterfly

Questions often arise if Butterfly is about Jilberto coming out of his cocoon and spreading his wings... No, that’s gay. It’s obviously about the hit 1997 classic Mariah Carey album 'Butterfly' so it’s even gayer... 

Tits, Teeth & Twat

Tits, Teeth & Twat

Mid-life crisis? Forget that! Join us, two twenty-one year olds, as we dissect issues that have resulted in our quarter-life crisis. Are you confused by the Kardashians? Sick of seeing glitter in inappropriate places? Outraged by the price of pizza? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is the show for you! Making its Brighton debut, Tits, Teeth & Twat makes no apologies for its lack of filter... 

Victorious

Victorious

Driving home from Victorious last night (Hannah Brackenbury’s one-woman Victoria Wood tribute show) I wondered: if Wood could have chosen someone to celebrate and showcase her work, and demonstrate its influence on future comedians, who would it be? I’m pretty sure Hannah Brackenbury would have been on her shortlist... 

Press Start to Play

Press Start to Play

Three rounds. Two teams. One prize. ‘Press Start to Play’ combines the medium of video games with interactive theatre in a live game show setting. Teams comprised of audience members will battle it out to determine who will win the grand prize and forever be known as the best video gamers in Brighton! As the show goes on air for the first time, join us for the pilot episode of ‘Press Start to Play’ and experience all the laughs, fails and arguments, both on screen and off, right before your eyes... 

Bark and B

Bark and B

Bark is a tree. B is a naked cotton lady. They know nothing about the stage. Now they’ll have to perform a whole show to inherit the old theatre left to them. With the help of their Techfishian they try to keep the curtains up with a cabaret of improv, shadow puppet flashbacks and ukulele rap... 

Sin City Impro

Sin City Impro

City impro present their brand new show for 2018, where they explore the seven deadly sins through a series of scenes, sketches and songs all made up on the spot. Using suggestions provided by the audience, this is a show full of laughter, fun and silliness... 

A Woman, In Search

A Woman, In Search

A one-woman show which looks at the complex line between actress and character. As the two become blurred, one cannot exist without the other. So what happens if the two can't stand each other? With minimalist set and only one microphone to hide behind, she bares all and flirts with us until we won't know where to look. 

The Jerry Hall Show

The Jerry Hall Show

Jerry Hall bursts her way into Brighton Fringe, in this riot of a cabaret developed at Soho Theatre. Hot at her heels are her singing hubby Murdoch, twin sis Terry Hall and many more... 

Sasha Ellen: No Man's Land

Sasha Ellen: No Man's Land

In 2010 the island of Herm declared a state of emergency. Helicopters went up. Divers went down. It was all Sasha’s fault. A stand-up show of how Sasha brought a part of the world to a complete halt... 

Pelican

Pelican

Pelican is a brand new whirlwind comedy by the critically acclaimed Pelican (makers of The Cat Man Curse). Blending surreal narratives with playful and interactive comedy, Pelican is mad cap, uplifting and hugely entertaining... 

ForniKATEress

ForniKATEress

Award-winning TV and radio regular Kate Smurthwaite presents her hilariously honest show about open relationships and her own non-monogamous lifestyle. "Edgy and funny, Kate deals with what would be considered hard hitting topics with an openness and ease that is fabulous to behold... 

Nigel Ng: Malaysian Sensation (Work In Progress)

Nigel Ng: Malaysian Sensation (Work In Progress)

Nigel Ng is from Malaysia. Join him as he observes and adopts your Western ways (he just started recycling!). Winner, Amused Moose Laugh Off 2016 and nominated Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year... 

Spilt Milk Presents...

Spilt Milk Presents...

Spilt Milk are back in Brighton and they’re milkier than ever! After a great run at Brighton Fringe 2017 they are returning to Brighton to spread the love and calcium. This year exciting sketch comedy group Spilt Milk are bringing their weird brand of silliness and fun to The Warren for 3 nights only... 

Michael Fabbri: Dessert Warrior

Michael Fabbri: Dessert Warrior

Mr Fabbri, Star of Radio 4’s Dyslexicon, has graced the global comedy circuit for many years and is back in Brighton... well he lives in Brighton, but he's also back with a new stand-up show... 

Jon & Nath Like to Party

Jon & Nath Like to Party

Jon & Nath return with last year's sell-out show, now with more slaps, more sketches and a more high-tech Groovematic 3000. Mischievous charm, crackling satire, outrageous impressions, very real slapstick and the hottest Jehovah's Witness act in town! "Comic brilliance!" **** (Theatre Reviews) "Tightly written, suitably anarchic, and compulsive viewing" (Latest Brighton) "Visceral, surprising and contagiously silly... 

The Big Fat Running Show

The Big Fat Running Show

RUNNING CAN BE FUN[NY]... A comedy show for runners, wannabe runners, non runners and anyone who's ever done a brisk walk. One billion pairs of running shoes were bought last year... 

Jim Campbell: What Would ... And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead Do?

Jim Campbell: What Would ... And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead Do?

Award-nominated comic Jim Campbell has been busy with a chart-topping podcast, an acclaimed book and his personal life exploding. Everyone was right though; it’s good for material... 

Mark Bittlestone: Pity Laughs

Mark Bittlestone: Pity Laughs

In 2014 Mark Bittlestone came out as gay, as if being an orphan wasn't funny enough! Which is worse? Losing both your parents in awful circumstances or being gay? Sadly, Mark Bittlestone doesn't have the luxury of choice... 

You, The Loo, and Nappy-Nappy Noos

You, The Loo, and Nappy-Nappy Noos

Going to the toilet: one of life's mysteries... especially if you're only just learning what it's about, or maybe find it a bit scary. Two little aliens arrive from another planet and have to learn all about toilets, hand-washing, wiping and... 

Joaquin & Gillian

Joaquin & Gillian

Keeping the tradition of Northern Folk alive for the folk of other bits of Britain, Barnsley’s most famous folk duo Joaquin & Gillian bring their never-ending tour to Brighton Fringe! Andrew Armfield and Fiona McGarvey improvise folk songs and tales of old right in front of your folk-loving eyes... 

Will Dalrymple: Man to Man

Will Dalrymple: Man to Man

Nothing interesting has ever happened to gay comedian Will Dalrymple. So, he's made up a fictional gay life for his debut stand-up hour instead. The result is 'Man to Man', an outrageous, explicit, and acclaimed parody gay literotica novel... 

Garry Starr Performs Everything

Garry Starr Performs Everything

Nothing is sacred this Fringe as 'Garry Starr' tears through artistic genres with little regard for personal safety and even less regard for art. A hilarious new physical comedy about over-ambition and underachievement from 'Plague of Idiots' frontman Damien Warren-Smith and Cal McCrystal, "Britain's funniest director" (The Guardian)... 

Brawn

Brawn

We all want to look good, don’t we? Everybody likes to feel attractive. But what if we don’t? What if we see an undersized, unsatisfactory version of our ideal self every time we look in the mirror? What then?Christopher Wollaton tackles this issue head-on in his short one-man play, Brawn... 

Smells Like Dean Spirit

Smells Like Dean Spirit

Dean's life is like Bake Off, but all the ovens are broken. Just add a Scottish accent, a large dollop of 37 years' worth of shame, sprinkle generously some vulnerability, add a pinch of gay and bon appetit! But what he lacks in self-esteem he makes up for in spirit... 

Angus Dunican: The Vanity Project

Angus Dunican: The Vanity Project

Inspired by collecting stories for a eulogy, Angus looks at our evolving public selves, how our friends police who they think we should be, and thwart our attempts to try on new faces... 

Breaking the Magicians' Code with Kane & Abel

Breaking the Magicians' Code with Kane & Abel

Anarchic twin tricksters Kane & Abel will break all the rules of the Magicians' Code of Conduct passed down to them by their grandfather, to prove that it feels great to be bad! Codes broken during the show range from 'never reveal how a trick is done' and 'never perform another magician's trick' to 'never perform when people are eating' and 'never re-enact your birth through escapology'... 

Fix My Brain

Fix My Brain

Ex-Presidents of the Footlights Dillon (Chortle Student Comedy Award Finalist) and Oli (junior doctor) present a debut show all about friendship, depression and crushing existential dread... 

Eyecon

Eyecon

Brand new work in progress show from BBC Audio Award nominee Georgie Morrell in association with The New Wolsey Theatre Ipswich. As seen and heard on BBC Radio 4, 5Live, BBC ouch and Channel 5... 

Jacob Hatton: Ozymandias

Jacob Hatton: Ozymandias

Friends! Countrymen! Lend me your ears! For you stand now amongst kings. Epic Comedy for Kings (also lady Kings). Stand-up and sketches for Emperors and madmen from up and coming surrealist and wild-man Jacob Hatton (BBC Radio 4, Soho Theatre Young Company)... 

The Laud of The Rings

The Laud of The Rings

The Lord of the Rings (known as LOTR to the mega-fans) is one of my favourite books. So, imagine my delight upon discovering that there is a one-man re-enactment of Frodo’s journey to Mordor on at The Burrow... 

LadyFace

LadyFace

A white-knuckle ride on a character-comedy carousel from chameleon woman-host LadyFace aka Lucy Farrett, said to be “funny” (Neil Gaiman) and “mesmerising” (The Scotsman). So roll up, roll up and take a journey through her multi-faced person world! The Mighty Boosh/Victoria Wood lovechild of solo character comedy... 

Off The Cuff: Crime and Funishment

Off The Cuff: Crime and Funishment

Back by popular demand following 2016 and 2017's sell-out shows! Brighton’s improvised comedy favourites present a hilarious impromptu detective drama, packed with colourful characters and lurid plots... 

Crabby: A Snappy Little Tale of Grumpy Feelings and What To Do About Them

Crabby: A Snappy Little Tale of Grumpy Feelings and What To Do About Them

Experience the sights, sounds, smells and characters of the Edwardian seaside in this musical multi-sensory interactive show from award-winning company, Collar & Cuffs Co. When Crabby - a little hermit crab - emerges after a mighty storm she finds her beloved shell home is broken... 

Russell Arathoon: The Curious Incidents of the Gay in the Night-Time

Russell Arathoon: The Curious Incidents of the Gay in the Night-Time

Stand-up comedy from Manchester-born comedian, Russell Arathoon. Russell gives his take on modern life, his move from Manchester to the Royal Borough of Chelsea, his best mate, 'big fat Sarah' and no subject is safe... 

Brodi Snook: Babe

Brodi Snook: Babe

Brighton's favourite Australian import Brodi Snook takes a break from her career as a foot model (selling photos of toes to foot perverts for cash) and having panic attacks in train station toilets to debut her solo show... 

A Song of Plague

A Song of Plague

Set in London during the devastating plague of 1665, Lost in the Fog’s A Song of Plague blends music, puppetry and poetry to tell the story of a physician’s attempts to find a cure for the deadly disease... 

Dan Evans: 10%

Dan Evans: 10%

10%. That's as far as comedian Dan Evans gets with most of his ideas. Until now. Because the time has come for you to decide which of his embryonic mental creations he should take to full term... 

Of Christmas Past

Of Christmas Past

Christmas is a time for joy and happiness, but there is a sinister secret at the heart of the stories we tell. Douglas Walker unravels a shocking true story with his ingenious new comic play... 

Siblings: Acts 1 and 2

Siblings: Acts 1 and 2

Siblings return to Brighton with bigger balls than ever. Part time character comedians and full time sisters Maddy and Marina Bye have come back for a second bite of the cherry. Returning with their sell-out debut ’Siblings’, and presenting a brand new ‘Act 2’... 

Between Us

Between Us

There's something particularly British about wanting to curl up and die a little upon hearing the dreaded words ‘audience participation’. It was therefore with a sense of trepidation that I took my seat for Between Us... 

Henry Café: It's Gameshow Time!

Henry Café: It's Gameshow Time!

The game show where celebrities compete to become UN Goodwill Ambassadors. Celebrities include JK Rowling, Jennifer Lopez and Eddie Redmayne. Watch out for goblins! Interactive character comedy from Henry Café... 

Am I If?

Am I If?

Are you a feminist if you shave your legs but keep your pits free flowing? Are you a terrible person if you only own a wooden toothbrush so that someone might see it and think you’re a revolutionist? And is it okay to say that most days your only companion in this constantly connected disconnected world is your overpowering body odour? Breaking down the fourth wall the audience are invited on a turbulent soul-bearing tour of her little world with the use of flashbacks, minimal props to create setting and spoken word poetry... 

Lippy

Lippy

Rachel has been in awe of funny women her whole life, and now, a quarter of a century in and feeling daunted by the ‘Beach-Body ready’ and ‘BIC pens for Her’ culture she needs to channel these strong women more than ever... 

Joe Foster: Let's Get Cynical

Joe Foster: Let's Get Cynical

Eagerly anticipated debut show from the South Coast Comedian of the Year 2015. It’s easy to be cynical in this day and age so let’s just get on with it. From weddings to Robert Mugabe, nothing is safe in this hour long critique of modern day living... 

Dirty White Boys: Manners

Dirty White Boys: Manners

The award-winning sketch comedy double act are back with a brand new hour! Expect loud fast nonsense. Winners - Best New Act (London SketchFest) "A slick operation with punchlines to match... 

Rob Thomas: Callback

Rob Thomas: Callback

An hour of creative stand-up from multiple comedy-award finalist Rob Thomas. The rubber-faced raconteur gives us his quirky take on drum and bass, dictionaries and comedy itself as he tries to learn from his past and shape the future...