Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick

Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick
39 Ditchling Road, Brighton, BN1 4SB
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Amadeus Martin: Binge Thinking

Ferocious dark humour as the award-winning stand-up looks at pen pal disputes, old school Lucozade, fundraising and more.

Andrea Hubert: Work In Progress

The winner of the What's On London Best Debut Show 2016 shares comedy ideas and half-finished thoughts about consent.

A Beginners Guide To Bondage

Sara Mason takes a funny and naughty romp through the world of fetish.

Fri 26 May

Times to be confirmed / Free

Brodi And Dave: Paranoid

This is the show for anyone who's ever been confused or scared by the day-to-day insanity of life as the comedy duo take a distinctly different look at the increasingly crazy world we live in and attempt to answer some of the big questions.

Eleanor Conway: Work In Progress

Ludicrous observations as the stand-up tries out new material.

James Bennison: How To Be A Winner

The award-winning comedian offers advice so that you too can win every games show in existence.

James Bennison: Tinder Live

An interactive game show that takes over the accounts of single comedians with the aim to convince a member of the public to come to the venue for a date before the end of the show.

James Loveridge: Work-In-Progress

The comedian road tests new routines prior to appearances at Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

John Hastings

Stand-up and storytelling from the bold Canadian comic.

Jonny Awsum: Honey I Promised The Kid

Amiable musings and musical comedy from the guitar-playing stand-up.

Lucy Pearman: WIP & A Cabbage

Playful nonsense and a satirical look at the history of women's role from the popular comic.

Milo McCabe: Troy Hawke

Excellent character comedy from the award-winning comedian, in which his character, the sophisticated, educated yet clueless Troy Hawke, confronts the 21st century as if waking from a 1930s time capsule. Of course, this comes with hilarious and insightful consequences!

Sun 28 May

Miranda Kane's Flying P*nis

Funny stories of disappointment, never fitting in, and an addiction to validation.

Nathan Cassidy: The Man In The Arena

Award-winning comedian Nathan Cassidy explores bravery in a volatile world. Do one thing every day that scares you - Cassidy at his brave and honest best. No gimmicks, no fuc*ing about, no lies. Are any of us brave? What does bravery look like? Nathan's most challenging show to date - he'll show you what's he's no good…

Nathan Cassidy: Watch This. Love Me. It's Deep

The award-winning writer and comedian presents a one-man, real-life love story, telling the tale of how he met the love of his life in a swimming pool, at the tender age of 15.

Northern Power Blouse

Cassie Atkinson, Kat Butterfield and Charlotte Pearson present a sketch show full of heart, songs and shoulder pads.

Sagar Mega Drive

Character comedy from the talented impressionist.

Sat 27 May

Mon 29 May

Sun 4 Jun

Samantha Pressdee: Back To Basics: Work In Progress

A bitter sweet tale of political awakening. An adventure through the Neverland of anarchy where squatters, families and activists unite in a battle to cover basic needs.

Sarah Callaghan: The Pigeon Dying Under The Bush (Preview)

Sarah Callaghan feels trapped. In her highly anticipated debut hour, this refreshingly honest rising star discusses small worlds and trying to break free. Expect sharp observations from this raw, gutsy new talent.

Simon Caine: Laughter Is The Best Placebo

Simon Caine is constantly searching for emotional and electrical outlets, perhaps you can relate?

Stephanie Laing: Mad About The Boy

Unpretentious wit from the comedian, who talks about mental health problems and boys, taking you on a journey from the age of 17 through a few failed relationships to present day. In an hour of humorous confessions, Laing examines what it's like to try and have a proper relationship when you're a bit of a nutcase.

Steve Bugeja

Self-deprecating anecdotes and geeky humour from the stand-up as seen on Russell Howard's Stand Up Central.

Stuart Black: Flea Circus

Dark and intelligent storytelling looking at the world we live in and his life of alcohol and drug-fuelled adventures.

Fri 26 May

Sat 27 May

Wisebowm: The Struggle Is Real

A comedy rap musical about urban poet Wisebowm, a working class guy who falls in love with a middle class girl.

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