Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin
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Adam Vincent in Careless
Adam Vincent is a stand up comic, writer (C4's 'The Last Leg') and mediocre nurse. A journey through the sanitised halls of nursing that's honest, tragic and hilarious, 'Careless' examines (laughs at) society's attitudes towards life and death. Not for the faint-hearted or easily offended.
Ade Foiadelli: A Clockwork Bollock
Following the success of Brighton's regular 'Funny Side Up' show and a monthly slot at the city's first comedy panel show, 'Sidesplitters', Ade Foiadelli is bringing his lackadaisical brand of tongue-lashing to Brighton Fringe. This is a must-see show that promises to leave you feeling bewildered, disturbed and delighted…
Dan Fardell At Least 100 Jokes: Work in Progress
Join comic Dan Fardell for an hour in which he attempts to find the thread that links his life and comedy together.
Mon 25 May
Dave Chawner: Normally Abnormal
Award-winning comedian Dave Chawner premieres his new show about identity. After last year's tour Chawner explores what it means to be unique and how we all want to be 'normally abnormal'. 'Normally Abnormal' is fun, funny and thoughtful.
Flavour of the Moth
Stand-up Juliet Meyers no longer cares about fitting in, or being a national treasure. In her new show she explores what 'alternative' and 'popular' really mean as she discusses being an outsider, immigration, UKIP, Mumsnetters, her imaginary evil son Carlitos and Bakewell Tarts. She has written for The Sarah Millican TV…
Katharine Ferns: Conscious Incompetent
Katharine Ferns appears to be a sweet Canadian comic but stories about her misadventures are both dark and brutally funny. From her eccentric family, romantic failures, depression, drugs and overdosing to struggles for redemption, Katharine finds humour in all her mistakes, but not necessarily solutions. As her therapist…
Mon 25 May
Tue 26 May
Wed 27 May
Looking Out For Linda
Come and watch Sam Savage stick a wig on her head and call herself Linda Larkin. Funnys Funny winner 2012, NATYS runner up 2013 (all this without a wig). Now she has a husband called Terry, a guinea pig called Dougal and believes the world can be saved with love and gossip.
The Murderettes: Murder Mystery Comedy
Our audience creates four new characters - one is dramatically murdered and our hero must go on a journey of adventure and romance to discover whodunnit. Following their sell-out run at Brighton Fringe 2014, Murderettes are back with their critically-acclaimed improv comedy.
Patatje Met Productions Presents Cake & Other Things
An observational, tragi-comic and absurd stand-up comedy show. After a successful Brighton Fringe 2014 run with 'Two Dutch Girls & An Aussie', Dutch-ess Simone Keunen is back in Brighton with a solo show. 'Cake & Other Things' is about life's oddities and insights stumbled upon while searching for happiness in…
Thu 28 May
Fri 29 May
Sat 30 May
Sun 31 May
Pigs in Gin
An hour of stand-up comedy with Roz Ryan and Graeme Collard plus a special guest in each show.
Fire your stories at the four actors on stage who then play them back to the audience.
Sean McLoughlin: Breaking Point
Another hour of choice stand-up from the acclaimed/ dazed Sean McLoughlin, who was nominated by fellow comedians for the 'Best Performer' Barry Award at the Edinburgh Fringe 2014.
Stella Graham: Fox Sake
Join Stella Graham for an hour of laughs for Fox Sake. Do pretentious people make you explode? Do selfish people need a verbal kicking? Have you ever cringed so hard you had to see a physio? Then you're going to love this.
Tez Ilyas: TEZ Talks
As heard on BBC Radio 4's The Now Show, Leicester Mercury New Comedian of the Year Nominee & BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, Tez Ilyas brings a work in progress show to Brighton Fringe in preparation for his highly anticipated debut hour at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer. Join him as he takes you on a truly…
We Need to Talk About Jesus
Richard Wright is a Christian. He's also a comedian. He's a Christian comedian. Yes that's a thing. No it is. It's allowed. He wants to tell you about it. He wants you to understand. He wants to tell you what it's like growing up in the church and what it's like for him to be a Christian. He doesn't want to try and…