What Would Miss London Do?

Last December, our Charity Chuckle 16 Days compere was LUISA OMIELAN, STAR of her self-penned GLOBAL SMASH-HIT show, What Would Beyonce Do?  Who could ever forget her – bonkers, brilliant and totally hilarious!
LUISA OMIELAN
LUISA OMIELAN CAN’T MAKE IT TO CHUCKLE THIS YEAR Photo. Ed Moore
This year our host for another spectacular evening and the grand finale of 16 Days of Action to End Violence against Women will be…  MISS LONDON!!!!!!
What will Miss London do? Well this, for starters!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_toC2061coo

BOOK NOW  to ensure your tickets, and remember that profits from the night will be shared between local domestic violence charity RISE and rape crisis centre SURVIVORS NETWORK so just by buying tickets and telling your friends you are doing a great thing, thank you!

 

Move to the Komedia a Roaring Success!
WHOOOAR!!!
DAVID TRENT – WHOOOAR!!!

CHARITY CHUCKLE Komedia Studio, 44-47 Gardner St, Brighton.

Charity Chuckle has been putting on quality comedy nights for the last four years, but the packed ‘Digital’ show at the Komedia was probably the biggest technical challenge yet. Specially curated for the Brighton Digital Festival, every comic would have a different laptop set-up. And there was an animated stand-up section!

First act, NATHAN PENLINGTON, told of his journey into “the very analogue” Choose Your Own Adventure books. Gripped, no-one wanted his set to end with shouts of “MORE” confirming why he won an EDINBURGH FRINGE FIRST at this year’s festival. JOSEPH MORPURGO broke the fourth wall with his Twitter improvements and an apple, while PHIL LUCAS delivered dancing and pop star memes with aplomb (not a plum). LAURIE ROWAN’s animated short film Fuzzy Banter had everyone chuckling and headliner, Edinburgh-prize-nominee DAVID TRENT, shocked and delighted with multimedia jams. Hilariously conducted – or compered, with a glowstick – by MICHAEL FABBRI, the audience left the Komedia smiling and thoroughly entertained, many promising to come back to Charity Chuckle next month.

It was a very funny and original night. As Tom Bailey, organiser of this year’s BDF2013, said: “They were all really great – and much more interesting than you often get in the more stag & hen type stand-up nights”.

And everyone got a glowstick bracelet to wear home!

See more photos of the night in the gallery section, and come along to the next Charity Chuckle to see great new stand-up and support the local community at the same time.
Next show: Tuesday 22 October 2013, 8pm

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