Josh Widdicombe

Brighton Dome

Josh Widdicombe: What Do I Do Now

Saturday 9 November

  • £21
  • 20:00
  • 01273 709709
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Brighton Dome

  • Address: Church Street, Brighton, BN1 1UG
  • Website: www.brightondome.org
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  • Box office: 01273 709709
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This beautifully ornate multi-arts venue was first constructed as the Prince Regent's Royal Stables and Riding House in 1803. Brighton purchased the building in 1850 converting it into cavalry barracks before it was re-purposed as a concert venue and assembly hall in 1867. Now a Grade 1 listed building the art deco refit that remains today (with a couple of tweaks to bring it up to modern standards) was overseen by architect Robert Atkinson in 1934/35. Featuring three performance spaces the larger Concert Hall, the Corn Exchange and intimate Studio Theatre (accessed via New Road). Over the years the venue has hosted everyone from Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix to the Eurovision Song Contest (in 1974 when ABBA romped to victory with 'Waterloo').

The Dome is approximately 10 mins walk from Brighton station and there is parking available at the NCP Theatre Car Park on Church Street.

Josh Widdicombe

The comedian and TV presenter returns.

The guy everyone can do an impression of is back with a brand new stand up tour. A show that will change your life and how you perceive your place in the world. Bit much? Fine, it’ll be a very funny night of grumbles and jokes in which Josh will finally tackle the hot comedy topics of advent calendars, pesto and the closing time of his local park.

Widdicombe is best known for the twice BAFTA nominated and multiple Broadcast and RTS award winning show The Last Leg, as well as his critically acclaimed sitcom JOSH, Insert Name Here, QI, Have I Got New For You, A League of Their Own and his hit podcast Quickly Kevin Will He Score.

Hugely appealing stand-up which marries a keen observational eye to a petulant anger at

the apparent ludicrousness of the modern world -The Guardian

If they made frustration an Olympic sport the Last Leg co-host would win gold every time -Evening Standard

One of the most bankable talents in UK comedy -Guardian Guide

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Please note this event is not part of our usual group ticket offer.

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