Sunday, October 20, 2019

Brighton’s best comedy picks for September and October 2019

Comedy guide
PAUL SINHA: HAZY LITTLE THING CALLED LOVE WED 11 SEPT // CAROLINE OF BRUNSWICK Fresh from starring in the most recent series of Taskmaster, Paul “The...

Brighton comedy club announces new award

Komedia New comedy Award - (Credit Paul Mansfield)
The Komedia, Gardener Street, has announced the Komedia New Comedy Award 2020 in association with Comic Boom and Victoria Nangle. Komedia co-owner Marina Kobler, Jill...

Al Lubel at Brighton Fringe 2019 – review

Logan MacLeod reviews American stand-up Al Lubel, as he comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
A man sat outside the Artista Cafe, drinking and taking in the sea views he was peaceful and ponderous like the evening's atmosphere. If...

Are you ready for Brighton Comedy Garden this month?

Rose Matafeo
As temperatures start to soar, this month also brings a brand-new comedy event to one of the city’s best-loved open spaces. On Weds 19 –...

Waiting For The Call’s Notflix at Brighton Fringe – review

Matthew Hughes laughs along with Waiting For The Call’s improv show, Notflix, as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
The acclaimed Waiting For The Call improv troupe return to Bighton Fringe with their hit show Notflix, an hour-long improvisational musical extravaganza based on...

BN1’s June comedy picks

Brighton Comedy Garden Sean Lock, Sara Pascoe, Henning When, Alan Davies, Rachel Parris, EdByrne all feature in Brighton’s first ever Comedy Garden Festival. The stellar...

Utopia: Under Construction at Brighton Fringe – review

Rebecca Weller reviews Utopia: Under Construction as it comes to Brighton Fringe 20129
Utopia: Under Construction sees three comedians from the South West breakdown societal barriers and build a new utopia with comedy in just one hour. Christian...

All Work, No Play at Brighton Fringe – review

Rose Lock reviews All Work, No Play, as it comes to Brighton Fringe
Solo performer Alexander Grieve has set himself a challenge. It’s not often you see a one man show with no dialogue, but Grieve has...

Cards Against Humanity: The Shame Show at Brighton Fringe – review

Matthew Mulvay reviews the hilarious Cards Against Humanity: The Shame Show, as it comes to Brighton Fringe
Back by popular demand after a sold out run at Brighton Fringe 2018, Cards Against Humanity, The Shame Show returned to the city this...

Joke Boys at Brighton Fringe – review

Germaine Broadbent reviews Joke Boys, as their show hits Arista Café as part of Brighton Fringe 2019
From dog vaginas to fake adults, racist children and genocide, Joke Boys has all the ingredients of good wholesome (not really) comedy and we even...

Trash Test Dummies comes to Brighton Fringe

RR_NEW-CAST_PR_04-Ben Weinstein
Calling all recycling fanatics - Put out your bins! Cleaning up the streets and stages of Brighton this May, are the award-winning wheelie bin masters...

Cooped: Brighton Festival

COOPED
Described as “A glorious bunch of idiots who like to make seriously ridiculous theatre” - artistic directors from Spymonkey Toby Park, Petra Massey, Aitor...