Wednesday, February 20, 2019

BN1 talks to… Margaret Thatcher – Queen Of Soho

A fabulous disco-laden satire, about homophobia and censorship, comes to Brighton Fringe. In Margaret Thatcher – Queen Of Soho, Britain’s first female Prime Minister...

Brighton Comedy Festival: Lee Nelson

Lee Nelson has been anything but under the radar lately. As well as being “well funny, a legend from South London, and a cheeky...

Brighton Comedy Festival: Rob Beckett

He is exactly as you’d expect; amiable, chatty and open. Despite my interruption of a rare day off, Rob Beckett’s eager to entertain some...

The best of Brighton Comedy in November

THE QUEEN’S KNICKERS Sat 8 Nov Ropetackle Arts Centre This ridiculously riotous production follows the events that unveil after the Queen’s pants disappear without a trace. Guarded...

Spymonkey joins new pantomime Problem in Brighton

Spymonkey joins cast for David Shrigley’s new alt/pop pantomime ‘Problem in Brighton.’ Spymonkey theatre member, Stephan Kreiss, is the latest to be cast in the...

FRINGE REVIEW: George Egg, DIY Chef

If you ever find yourself locked in a shed with only a wallpaper stripper and a ziplock bag of egg to hand, you might...

Jerry Sadowitz comes to Komedia

The monster without a Loch, Jerry Sadowitz returns to Brighton’s Komedia on Wed 23 Nov. With his unique combination of comedy, hatred and card...

Brighton’s February Comedy Previews

SIMON MUNNERY Thurs 2 Feb The Old Market This multi award-winning comedian offers up a new, and most probably ground-breaking, stand-up show. Over the years, he’s drawn...

BN1 Chats to Mark Thomas

This year, the most critically acclaimed comedy show at Edinburgh Fringe wasn’t some bright-eyed new comedian or a chainsaw-juggling clown; it was a middle-aged...

Paddy McGuinness returning to Stand-Up

Paddy McGuinness returns to stand-up with a brand new tour starting 28th Sept 2015. ‘Daddy McGuinness’ will be a return to his performing roots,...

Boothby Graffoe: Scratch!

After all the Christmas spending, Arch-Surrealist Boothby Graffoe comes to the Komedia this February to look at the weird world of the UK lottery...

BN1 chats to… Hal Cruttenden

Hal Cruttenden
Unlike many contemporaries, Hal Cruttenden seemingly hasn’t created a persona. If he has, it’s a toned-down, less neurotic, version of himself. “I’m appalling,” he...