1 - 31 May 2015
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Company: Komedia & Jill Edwards Comedy Workshops
Venue: Komedia - Main Space
28 May 20:00 £9 (£7) (£6 Student & Under 25s) [2hrs30mins]Plus booking fee
TV regular Romesh Ranganathan ('Live at the Apollo', 'Stand Up for the Week') is your host for this legendary monthly night featuring hand-picked rising comedy stars at Brighton’s Komedia. Your headline comedian is one of the most exciting acts to come out of America, wild Yankee stand-up Russell Hicks. A new generation of comedy award winners & television regulars started out at Comic Boom. Don’t miss the next generation. “Now widely regarded as the best New Comedy night in Britain.” ***** (Latest)
Company: John Osborne
Venue: Otherplace at the Basement: The Pit
8-10 May 20:30 £9 (£7.50) [1hr]Plus booking fee
Writer and performer John Osborne (John Peel's Shed, Sky 1's After Hours) performs his first ever hour long poetry show. Funny, moving and life affirming. “Genius” (The Guardian).Since 2006 Osborne has been performing poems at festivals including Latitude, Glastonbury and Bestival. “Osborne sits somewhere between Tom Wrigglesworth and Daniel Kitson. I could have listened for hours” ***** (The Independent).
Company: Jackie Marsh-Hobbs
Venue: MEET: Entrance of Brighton Station
10, 17, 24, 31 May 11:00 3, 7, 10, 17, 24, 31 May 14:00 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 May 17:00 £8 (£7) [1hr45mins]Plus booking fee
These amazing tours only happen during Brighton Fringe. A chance to learn about the hidden places, local history and wonderful engineering of Brighton's Grade II listed railway station. The original station building was designed by David Mocatta and was also the head office of the 'London to Brighton Railway Company'. The tour starts with an illustrated talk on the history, development and hidden parts of the terminus, followed by a tour around the station with permission from Southern Rail.
Company: The Wayzgoose Reverie Ltd
Venue: The Daemonwain at The House of Mander
2-3, 9-10, 16-17, 23-24, 30-31 May Open 13:00 - 18:00 Free, non-ticketed (Donations)
An installation and recitation by The Dark Laureate of the sonnets of William Shakespeare; voicing a generation of still-breeding thoughts.
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