Shows starting now at Free Festival Venues

Starting at 18:45 in The Walrus / Basement Room

Sorry Not Sorry

Sorry Not Sorry

Comedy

Sorry Not Sorry

Comedy

The Walrus / Basement Room
MAY 9, 16, 23-25, 30-31 at 18:45 (60 min) - Pay What You Can - Tickets from £5

“This is a standup comedy show showcasing 3 comedians who have absolutely nothing in common apart from living in London. The comedians talk about their experiences having lived across LA, India and even Kentish Town” Kimberley is “Bridget Jones if Bridget Jones was 35 On the biggest ayahuasca trip you can imagine. Brought to you by @kimberleydatnow. Winner of the King Gong Comedy Store. Funny, intelligent and bang on point! -The Jewish Telegraph Has a tight set- gynaecologist ...


Starting at 19:00 in The Caroline of Brunswick / Upper Lounge

The Lookalikes: A Strange Tapley Production

The Lookalikes: A Strange Tapley Production

Comedy

The Lookalikes: A Strange Tapley Production

Comedy

The Caroline of Brunswick / Upper Lounge
MAY 23-26 at 19:00 (60 min) - Paid - From £7

Laughing Horse finalist and BAFTA award winner Nathaniel Tapley (Have I Got News For You, The Revolution Will Be Televised) and non-award winning Darren Strange (Armando Iannucci Shows, Crackanory, Parents) present a life-affirming show about the sons of two professional lookalikes who may have killed each other's mums. A terrifying and hilarious tale of Wombles, fallopian tube shadow puppetry, the decapitation of Margaret Thatcher and a Buster Merryfield resemblance...


Starting at 19:00 in The Walrus / Raised Room

An Audience With Stuart Bagcliffe

An Audience With Stuart Bagcliffe

Theatre

An Audience With Stuart Bagcliffe

Theatre

The Walrus / Raised Room
MAY 11, 23-25, 29 at 19:00 (60 min) - Paid - Tickets from £5

"Laugh out loud”, “Slick and powerful writing that keeps the audience mesmerised throughout” * * * * (London Pub Theatres) This comedic one man show introduces Stuart Bagcliffe, who is about to perform his biographical play to an audience for the first time. Ill prepared and lacking experience, Stuart is naturally a bundle of nerves. Join him as he attempts to make it through the play in one piece, contending with his overbearing mother watching from the wings, a sound technician who's half asleep, as well as his own demons and insecurities. What could possibly go wrong? ...


Starting at 19:15 in The Quadrant / The Folklore Room

Pete Wells - Success

Pete Wells - Success

Comedy

Pete Wells - Success

Comedy

The Quadrant / The Folklore Room
MAY 22-25 at 19:15 (60 min) - Paid - Tickets from £3

"What is success? Can success be successfully defined? Unlike twice fired single parent billionaire Elon Musk, Pete is a model citizen without an HR complaint to his name. He lives in the converted dining room of a 4 bedroom share house - and his mum believes he's a success. Is that all it takes?" Pete returns to Brighton with a show about Success....


Starting at 19:15 in The Temple Bar / Upstairs

Deep Cut Goofs

Deep Cut Goofs

Comedy

Deep Cut Goofs

Comedy

The Temple Bar / Upstairs
MAY 23-26 at 19:15 (60 min) - Free (Non Ticketed)

A split bill of standup comedy full to the brim of deep cut goofs. Performed by Daniel Mckeon- a self-deprecating, easy-going storyteller, interested in the weird and vulnerable ways people interact. He was a regular feature on the BBC New Comedy Show on BBC Radio Norfolk and BBC Radio Suffolk. "Slick. Well-written." The Stand "his comic cheekiness is endearing." Broadway Baby. And Freya Mallard- an exciting, up and coming voice in standup comedy. She is erratically anxious and unadvisedly optimistic. Her silly, fun and slightly absurd take on life make her a delight to watch! As heard on BBC ...