STEPHEN K AMOS
Tues 13 Nov
Know for his political satire, Stephen K. Amos made his name by making us laugh over subjects which had the potential to make us cry. This Autumn he is back with a new tour, Bouquets and Brickbats. Forget that the world is burning outside and relax in a night of charismat
ic stand up. As seen on QI, The People’s History of LGBT, Live At The Apollo, Have I Got News For You, and What Does The K Stand For? on BBC Radio 4, Amos now comes to Komedia with an aim to cheer us up.
Mon 26 Nov
Not afraid of talking about any subject, Simon Evans built his career on making jokes of everything – from birth to death. With his own BBC Radio 4 comedy show, Simon Evans Goes to Market, he showed his power of looking at the economic behind ever
ything and everyone. He now comes to Komedia with a new show: Genius, as he wants to be recognised.
Tues 27 – Thurs 29 Nov
After seeing what’s happening to our world, Kevin Bridges decided to save it with ‘amusing an
otes and witty observations”. Three years after his last tour he comes back to the road with the Brand New Tour, clamming to have all the answers. We are not sure everything will be solved after the 27th, but at least we will get a very funny night.
Sun 18 Nov
The Old Market
Crazy stunts, improvisations, audience participation and unscripted live shows. That’s Jason Byrne. As seen on Live at the Apollo (BBC), The Royal Variety Show (ITV), Don’t Say It Bring It (Dave) and Wild Things (Sky), the Irish comedian now comes to Brighton on a unmissable show. Expect a unique, brilliant act at The Old Market.
Thurs 1 Nov, Brighton Dome:
From her own television show, she now comes do the Brighton Dome to teach you how to eat a biscuit and cuss correctly.
Wed 7 Nov, Komedia:
Award-winning comedian and musician Vikki Stone comes to Brighton with her piano to present a mixture of songs and stand-up.
Live at Brighton Dome
Sat 10 Nov, Brighton Dome:
Live at Brighton Dome returns with James Acaster, Desiree Burch, Mark Watson and compère Ed Gamble.
Sat 17 Nov, Komedia:
A brutally honest show delivered by a woman who spent 2017 trying unsuccessfully to have patience, and a baby.
Sat 24 – Sun 25 Nov, Komedia:
She’s been at the Apollo, on Netflix and on BBC. Now she returns to the Brighton stage for a double feature.
Sun 18 Nov, Brighton Dome:
He is back with a new show and now calls himself El Hablador. Expect some dancing too.