Saturday, July 20, 2019

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...

BN1 Chats with…DESIREE

Desiree_Burch
LA-born Desiree Burch has been taking the UK comedy scene by storm ever since she took the leap across the pond in 2014. The...

Brighton Comedy Garden: our very own comedy festival!

Rachel Parris Comedy Garden
This summer, between Wed 19 Jun – Sun 23 Jun, the very first Brighton Comedy Garden will plant its roots within the beautiful Preston...

Queens of Comedy in Brighton this March

Harriet Kemsley
BN1 CHOICE: Harriet Kemsley/Slutty Joan - Komedia, Tues 12 March Multi award-winning comic Harriet Kemsley pulls her skirt out of her pants and shames slut...

‘Live at Brighton Dome’ returns with Sara Barron and more

Live at Brighton Dome International Women's Day
Live at Brighton Dome is back for another evening of comedy this month on International Women's Day. Stand-up rising star, Sara Barron, unpacks her perceptions...

BN1 chats to… Ahir Shah

Ahir-Shah
By the time he’s dispensed with the obligatory winter cold, Ahir Shah will be cracking on with a major UK tour. And, he’s especially...

Comedy shows in Brighton and Hove in February 2019

Jess-Robinson
HENNING WEHN // SUN 17 FEB // BRIGHTON DOME You couldn’t make it up; surely the German Comedy Ambassador Henning Wehn hasn’t bosched out yet...

BN1 chats to… Alfie Brown, ahead of touring show Lunatic

Alfie-Brown.
Alfie Brown has just got on his (rarely) on time train to Brighton when he phones me. After several nights at the Soho Theatre...

REVIEW: Stand Up & Slam Brighton

STAND UP & SLAM
I’ll happily admit, I’m a little wary of poetry. My ingrained impression of it is populated by sorrowful characters pouring out the fragility of...