Stand Up to End Violence Against Women featuring BRIDGET CHRISTIE

Charity Chuckle returns for its sixth #16days event with a stellar line up of some of the UK’s finest comics, including Bridget Christie…

 

We’re back this December and have we got a Christmas treat for you! We’re delighted to welcome the fantastic Bridget Christie as our headliner. This will be first time she’s played the Komedia since winning the 2013 Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Award (formerly the Perrier)!

The event aims to raise awareness, money and morale for local domestic violence and sex abuse charities, Rise and Survivors Network, as part of the global campaign #16days to End Violence Against Women.

Get your tickets here!

With special guests: Bridget Christie, Jo Neary, Sajeela Kershi, Athena Kugblenu, Laura Lexx, Harriet Braine and MC Jen Brister.

Charity Chuckle presents: Stand Up to End Violence Against Women featuring BRIDGET CHRISTIE

Date: Wednesday 7 December 2016,
Venue: Komedia Main Room, 44 Gardner St, BRIGHTON BN1 1UN.
Show start: 8pm
Doors: 7pm
Tickets: £17.50 & £15 concessions from the Komedia Box Office, online or 0845 293 8480.

Please note: line ups are subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control. If an act can’t appear we will always try to find a suitable replacement and provide a great night out. Any last minute changes will be noted on social media.

 

 

 

Catch American comedian Al Lubel in his only visit to Brighton.

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Al Lubel: “Perfectly formed gags in the finest tradition of the dry New York one-liner” The Guardian

On Tuesday in Brighton you have a chance to catch a stand-up set from American comedian, Al Lubel, as part of a stellar line-up helping to raise money for the victims of the Nepal Earthquake. This is Al’s only visit to Brighton in this trip to the UK. Joining him will be gagsmith Mark Simmons, TV favourite Zoe Lyons, local resident Sam Savage and the endearingly funny Juliet Meyers, all compered by one of the best character comedians in the country, Jo Neary.

Profits will be donated to local charity, Our Sansar, who’s work in Nepal has already made a real difference to victims of the Earthquake. They already run a children’s home for street children, and this week they have been looking to set up another one in the Gorkha region which was the epicentre of the quake and now has so many homeless children and families.

The gig’s on Tuesday 12th May at the Brighton Komedia. Doors 7.30pm and show start 8pm. Tickets are just £10.

BOOK HERE: https://komediabrighton.ticketsolve.com/shows/873485431/events?show_id=873485431.

It’s the laugh with the feelgood factor!

Coming up – Romesh Ranganathan, Phil Jerrod, Nick Helm, James Acaster and Aisling Bea

We’ve got an amazing line up of gigs for you in 2015, starting with our March show featuring new material from Jonathan Ross star, ROMESH RANGANATHAN, aka MC Ranga the lazy-eyed assassin.

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Book now at the Brighton Komedia Box Office, 44 Gardner St, tel: 0845 293 8480 or online (which is cheaper). Here’s the link: https://komediabrighton.ticketsolve.com/shows/873485431/events?show_id=873485431

See you there!

Kerry x

Forthcoming shows: 

Tues 14th April: PHIL JERROD “Behind the beard is a comic whose instinctive mastery of his form immediately marks him out as one to watch” The Guardian  Also in April, the wonderful STEPHEN CARLIN.

Tues 12th May: NICK HELM (winner of Best Breakthrough Artist at the British Comedy Awards 2014, the Times Breakthrough Award 2014, nominated for Edinburgh Best Show 2011 & 2013, winner of Dave’s Best Joke 2011, as seen in Uncle, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and Russell Howard’s Good News – click for THAT FAT SONG, it’s a classic.) See here for Funny Valentines on BBC iplayer, only available for a couple of weeks so click now! http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p02j75pt/funny-valentines-nick-helm-elephant

Tues 9th June: JAMES ACASTER, (nominated for Best Comedy Show Edinburgh 2012, Best International Show New Zealand 2013, Best Comedy Show Edinburgh 2013, and Fosters Best Comedy Show nominee 2014).

Tues 14th July: AISLING BEA (British Comedy Award for Best Female TV Comic 2014, Fosters Best Newcomer Nominee 2013, So You Think You’re Funny Winner 2012, as seen on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Live at the Apollo, QI)

NB. Line-ups can change due to circumstances beyond our control.

2014 – the year that comedy begot.

Happy New Year to you all, and a massive thanks to all the comedians, charities, audience members and staff at the Brighton Komedia and Just the Tonic, who have made this year such a success. Thanks to Ed Moore for tirelessly turning up and taking some of the best photos in the business – most of these are his, below. And thanks to some of the agents who have helped us out, particularly Paul at Glorious Management and Mick at Mick Perrin Worldwide.

Check out the photos in our gallery – there’s some awesome shots.

And now – everyone loves lists right? – to some of Charity Chuckle’s favourite bits of 2014:

1. Al Murray popping in with a tight five and all of us at the back being so excited we could shit – he was brilliant.

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2. Pulling a bull photobomb at Stewart Lee and Julie Jepson and making them giggle like children.

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3. Stewart Lee doing 55 minutes of jaw-droppingly good new material. My favourite bit was the one that caused a collective gasp from the Brighton PC brigade, and the way that he addressed it. Hysterical. Buy his DVD here, on Amazon, and have a good gasp again: www.amazon.co.uk/Stewart-Lees-Comedy-Vehicle-DVD/

(It was a real thrill to be able to benefit the Brighton charity, Foodshare, with this gig: they are a food redistribution service, supplying foodbanks and charities, but they are so small that they couldn’t help to make up the audience numbers, so this sure fire sell-out gig was especially for them.)

4. Joe Wilkinson’s new 10, comprising 7 and a half minutes of him wandering round the stage.

5. Scoring Spencer Jones from the Edinburgh Fringe, and watching as the Komedia bar staff wet themselves laughing as never before.

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6. In February, selling out our first show of the year with Junior Simpson and then following it with another sell-out in March with Stephen Carlin, and April with Nick Helm. Magic!

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7. The October gig, that was just sublime stand-up comedy – one of the best nights we’ve had for the pure beauty of it – featuring Sean McLoughlin, Phil Jerrod, Joe Wells, Roz Ryan, Dave Green, Canadian comics Andrew Johnston and Katherine Ryan, and headliner Damo Clark.

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SEAN MCLOUGHLIN
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PHIL JERROD
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KATHERINE RYAN

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8. Jo Neary‘s swinger in May, and with the Gladrags dressing up box in November – she’s so inventive and hilarious, it’s never less than a delight.

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JO NEARY

9. Zoe Lyons’ sofa story at Christmas. And the photo she sent me afterwards.

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10. In Edinburgh: hanging out with Miss Behave on the sleeper; Sara Pascoe’s new toilet ramblings (don’t wee on the seat, girls); Barbara Nice crowdsurfing the nurses; Luisa Omielan and the 14 year old boy; BOBBY MAIR; Chris Boyd’s A-game; Kerry Herbert rehearsing for 4 hours to do 5 minutes – her first gig in a year; and, Jim Holland taking his shoes off onstage to put on his tap shoes and Seann and Romesh weeping with laughter at the back, big fat tears rolling down Seann’s face.

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Kerry at Just the Tonic Caves, Edinburgh

 

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Comedians Jim Holland, Mark Simmons, Kate Lucas, Phil Jerrod, and some of the Scottish charities at the Edinburgh Fringe 2014.
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It’s been a great year. We’ve met some lovely people. We’ve laughed a lot. We’re tired now.

Happy New Year and see you next time!

Love, spangles and two-tone shoes. Kerry and Jim xx

PS. Kerry’s Christmas joke:

Knock knock

Who’s there?

Baby Jesus

Baby Jesus who?

You bloody heathen.

Last seats for Eddie Izzard, Edinburgh 2014

Charity Chuckle Christmas Cracker, Brighton Komedia, Tues 9th Dec

STAND UP TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

Comedians: Pappy’s, Zoe Lyons, Kate Lucas, Spencer Jones, Evelyn Mok and compered by the fabulous Miss Behave, Mistress of Ceremonies.

BOOK NOW for the highlight in Brighton’s Christmas 2014 comedy calendar!

Tuesday 9th December, 8pm, Komedia Main Room.

Tickets £15 and £10 concessions. Proceeds to Rise and Survivors’ Network.

#16Days

Zoe Lyons

 

NatWest Venus Awards Brighton and Sussex Home Based Business Award Finalists 2014

NatWest Venus Awards Brighton and Sussex Home Based Business Award Finalists 2014.

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Kerry Herbert, comedy promoter at Charity Chuckle and Stand-Up Marketing (in the middle of the photo), is a finalist in the Brighton Venus @womenawards for Home Based Business!

The Award ceremony is at The Grand on Friday 17th October. Apparently the Venus Awards are just like Brighton’s Oscars. Who’s hoping Kerry will go for a reprisal of Bjork’s egg-laying swan?

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Charity Chuckle in Edinburgh

Good evening, Chuckle-fans! No doubt you have been wailing and gnashing your teeth for a month at the absence of Charity Chuckle from the Komedia. But we have been making our annual pilgrimage to Scotland to find more great comics for you! (And treat ourselves to lunch at a very nice restaurant).

Team Charity Chuckle ventured north to the grand citadel of Edinburgh for the world’s largest arts festival, not only to seek out more excellent comedic talent to bring back to Brighton, but also to put on a series of shows as part of the Fringe – 9 shows, 9 days, 9 charities, 36 comedians!

We did photo shoots with the comics and representatives of the charities:

Photoshoot at the Caves listings with comics and charity representatives.

 

The otter charity based on the Isle of Skye couldn’t make it so they sent us this chap:

 

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We had our Chalk Board outside Just the Tonic Caves to announce that day’s line-up (providing it survived the rain).

 

Charity Chuckle Chalk Board

And we put on some fantastic shows!

Our very first line up, on 2 August was compered by Aidan Goatley, and featured Angela Barnes, The Birthday Girls, Katherine Ryan and Sara Pascoe headlining!

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…All for the Edinburgh Women’s Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre.

And our finale on 10 August featured Joe Wells compering and a fantastic line up of Joel Dommett, Romesh Ranganathan, Jim Holland, and Seann Walsh headlining.

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All in aid of the International Otters Survival Fund.

This month we return to the Komedia with another top-notch line up headlined by the fantastic Nathan Caton, who was a hit at the Edinburgh Festival this year.

Let the teeth gnashing be ended!

Jim

Stewart Lee storms the Komedia Studio

Stewart Lee hadn’t been in the Komedia Studio for 20 years, since he’d produced the Mighty Boosh. We could have sold the tickets ten times over – they sold out in minutes – but we’d decided to keep the show in the 80-seat Studio so that we could give our Charity Chuckle regulars and true comedy fans a small, intimate, brilliant gig to remember.

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Zoe Lyons

And so it was. Zoe Lyons, Jim Holland and compere Julie Jepson entertained, thrilled and charmed the packed crowd. It would have been more than enough. But this night we were also treated to 55 minutes of new and newish stuff from Stewart Lee, and what stonking stuff it was too! He appeared to be enjoying it as much as we were, feeding off the reactions of an audience that was – well, very Brighton.

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Everyone went home happy – so happy that we were congratulated in the street in the following days. The comedians got to try out their Works in Progress; local charity, FareShare, collected the dried food, tins and a whole Lidl bag full of shopping that the audience had generously donated, as well as over £450 in money raised; Jim and Julie got to appear on a bill with their comedy heroes; and I watched an amazing, hilarious night of top-notch and topical comedy for free, plus I got my Charity Chuckle poster signed.

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Jim Holland

Loved it. Thank you to Zoe, Stew, Jim and Julie for a truly great night, and the audience for being there. We can’t do live comedy and support local charities without you. And if you missed, well, there’s always Edinburgh!

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See you soon,

Kerry x

Photos: Ed Moore at Edshots

Charity Chuckle: Stand-Up to End Violence Against Women – tomorrow, 8pm at the Brighton Komedia!

Unfortunately, Lucy Porter has had to pull out of tomorrow’s gig due to child and hubby sickness (why, winterbug, why?) but we are excited to announce that in her place ANDREA HUBERT will be stepping on that train and heading on down to Brighty!

Andrea’s a bona fide up-and-coming comic having reached the later stages of all the national comedy competitions, and she comes highly recommended by Zoe Lyons and Broadway Baby no less: “Andrea Hubert’s eccentric and dark humour has the audience in hysterics… the charisma and confidence of a natural performer.” Brighton Komedia 2012, Broadway Baby

Can’t wait to see her at Charity Chuckle. Have you got your ticket yet? If not, you can still buy them here (click on link, or below) or on the door at the Komedia. Proceeds will be shared between Brighton & Hove’s domestic violence charity, Rise, and rape crisis centre, Survivors’ Network. We don’t want it to go on but it does, so just by buying a ticket you will be supporting the charities’ vital work. We’re also part of Brighton & Hove Council’s Safe In the City campaign, and we thank them for paying for the venue and some marketing costs (did you see the posters on the seafront?).

See you tomorrow – it’s going to be great. Even the Mayor’s coming!

http://komediabrighton.ticketsolve.com/shows/873501233/events

From Analogue to Digital – Charity Chuckle moves to the Komedia!

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Charity Chuckle is thrilled to announce a move to Brighton’s award-winning comedy venue, the Komedia. And our first show on Tuesday 10th September will be part of the Brighton Digital Festival, with the fantastic multi-media comedian DAVID TRENT heading the bill!

Once we get the poster done (:{ tickets are sure to sell quickly so snap yours up here or on the fancy WGT link below, or visit the Komedia Box Office. Oh and we are managing our own events on We Got Tickets/Comedy now, so if you’d like to hear about our forthcoming shows then please tick the box to join the mailing list when you buy your ticket. We promise we won’t email you more than once a month (if that – Doctors can be mighty compelling).

Thanks, see you there! xx


Tickets now available for
Charity Chuckle in association with the Brighton Digital Festivalfrom http://www.WeGotTickets.com

And now with Ozzy comedian, Amelia Jane Hunter!

Unfortunately, Joe Wilkinson can no longer appear. But just flown in from Australia, the Philippines and beyond is Amelia Jane Hunter. Prepared to be regaled with bawdy and extreme tales and wall to wall laughter.

It’s an exciting day for Charity Chuckle. We’ve just heard that Joe Wilkinson is going to drop in and do a spot for us on Tuesday. Wet your pants exciting, yeah? Here’s Joe with some bread to mop up the news…

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Happy Birthday to Us, Happy Birthday to Us, Happy Birthday dear Chuckle, Happy Birthday to Us!

It all started in June4635_112803843503_627493503_2801661_911307_n 2009 when we were but comedy babies.

They say time speeds up as you get older. Fast forward to June 2013, and Charity Chuckle celebrates four whole years of raising money through raising laughs, with an extra wrinkle for every comedian. When we started there was no such thing as Miranda! Now, not only one of our comedy friends been on it, but stand-up has taken other friends all the way to the O2 and the Michael McIntyre Roadshow!

Since June 2009, Charity Chuckle has brought some of the best comedic talent to Brighton. Headliners have included Radio 4’s Infinite Monkey Cager, ROBIN INCE; star of Stand-Up For The Week and The Last Leg, JOSH  WIDDICOMBE; Brighton’s own brilliantly acerbic ZOE LYONS; Edinburgh Award Nominees, DAVID TRENT and JAMES ACASTER; and, in his only gig outside London and Edinburgh, the American comedian, HANNIBAL BURESS, 74754_10151062347130312_61671340311_11850964_2135768903_nwho has just signed to America’s Comedy Central for a sitcom pilot, an hour-long stand-up special and a nationwide tour of the USA.

Charity Chuckle has been a labour of love for promoters Kerry Herbert and Jim Holland, who are passionate about stand-up, wanting to introduce new groups to live comedy and in so doing, raise awareness, funds and morale for the support workers in the community. As a voluntary event with proceeds going to a different charity each month, we make no money for all the effort and stress we put in, though Jim was delighted to be nominated for a Metro “little bit of decency award” (by Kerry).

Charity Chuckle events have raised over £8000 for local charities. Though the charities are local, Charity Chuckle’s intended reach is global. At least one of the selected charities each year undertakes its work overseas, such as Target TB, Alala, East Africa Children’s Project and Maternity Worldwide. A dance flashmob organised for the December 2012 event – the first ever in a comedy club – was later used in an international campaign to end violence against women, Eve Ensler’s One Billion Rising. Gail Gray, CEO of domestic abuse charity RISE, said, “Never underestimate the impact your Charity Chuckle nights have – it is so impressive to have such energy driving these events forward and benefitting so many.”

On Tuesday 11 June, we will be celebrating the last show with semi-pros at the Latest Music Bar before moving on to a regular slot at the Komedia (Charity Chuckle’s New Act Night will be at the LMB on 13th August 2013). Kerry and Jim would like to invite all comedy and Brighton lovers to a bit of a Charity Chuckle party and a fabulous night of stand-up, secure in the knowledge that just through laughing (and buying a ticket!) you’ll be h188396_10150148651642594_660237593_8124240_5789746_nelping to raise money for local children’s charity, Safety-Net.

Headliner is award-winning comedian, CARL DONNELLY, who has appeared on Dave’s One Night Stand, Mock the Week and Russell Howard’s Good News. We saw Carl’s show in Edinburgh last year and were blown away with his laid back style and hilarious take on life. We can’t wait to see him again. Jim Holland will also be doing a set as he did on that very first night in 2009, and the lovely Julie Jepson will be compering as she did that very first night too.

Do come! We’d love to see you, and yes, we do love cake, booze and party poppers!

Here’s a video of Carl Donnelly on Dave’s One Night Stand:

ABOUT THE CHARITY:
www.safety-net.org.uk
Safety Net’s vision is to create communities across Brighton, Hove and Sussex that work together to keep children safe. They aim to ensure all children and young people are aware that they have the right to feel and be safe, and that they can get help when they need it. Safety Net works with families, in schools and in local communities.

Charity Chuckle Christmas Cracker with LUCY PORTER

Looking for a hilarious Christmas party with no mess or fuss?
CHARITY CHUCKLE CHRISTMAS CRACKER!
Tuesday 4th December 2012 at the Brighton Komedia
Lucy Porter, Jo Neary, David James, Helen Arney, Joe Wells, Rachel Parris, Ingrid Dahle and now with BBC2 New Comedy Award Winner, Lucy Beaumont!
Compered by Tiffany Stevenson, as seen in Show Me the Funny.

LUCY PORTER headlines a fantastic night of top-notch stand-up comedy,
helping to raise laughs, awareness and funds for local charities this Christmas.
The night is set to be the entertainment highlight of the
Brighton and Hove “16 Days to End Violence Against Women” events.
Tickets are likely to sell fast, so book now and arrive early for an extra special treat.

Guaranteed to put the fun into fundraising!

Tickets: £12 or £10 concessions from the Brighton Komedia Box Office;
Phone: 0845 293 8480; or online at www.komedia.co.uk/brighton

Charities: RISE and SURVIVORS NETWORK

Supporting female survivors of sexual violence and domestic abuse.

 

November Charity Chuckle with Aisling Bea

NEXT SHOW: Tues 13th November

Doors 8pm, show 8.30pm

A fabulous night of live comedy to benefit Fun In Action, a befriending support service for disadvantaged children in Brighton and Hove.

For one night only, Charity Chuckle brings to Brighton for the very first time the very best No 1 new comedian in the country, AISLING BEA! This August 2012, Irish comedian Aisling (pronounced Ash-ling) won the UK’s most prestigious new comedy competition, So You Think You’re Funny? Previous winners have been Dylan Moran, Peter Kay and Tommy Tiernan. Runners up include Sarah Millican, Seann Walsh and Alan Carr. I know!!!

Get down to sunny Kemptown, Brighton, find yourself in a warm cabaret atmosphere of the Latest MusicBar watching the very best that new comedy has to offer, and help put the fun into fundraising.

Headliner: AISLING BEA, 2012 Winner of So You Think You’re Funny?
Support: Martin Stephenson, Silver medalist of Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2011; Rich Perry, SYTYF finalist; Joe Foster, SYTYF semi-finalist; Sarah Hendrickx, Funny Women finalist; witty new act, Dan Fardell, and compered by the warm and lovely Julie Jepson.
Charity: Fun in Action
Latest MusicBar, Manchester St, Brighton BN2 1TF. 01273 687171. Tickets £8/£5
http://www.wegottickets.com/comedy/event/183810

Charity Chuckle’s Best of the Fest with Zoe Lyons and more!

SOLD OUT!

We are very sorry, but Nick Helm is unable to perform at Charity Chuckle due to an injury. We are working hard to find a replacement. While we are sure you will enjoy the show, and all profits will still go to local charity Amaze, if you would like a refund please contact We Got Tickets for online sales and Latest MusicBar on 01273 687171 for phone sales.

Nick Helm’s new show, This Means War!, will be in the Brighton Comedy Festival at the Dome on the 17th October.

TUESDAY 9TH OCTOBER 2012

Doors 8PM, show starts 8.30PM
Latest MusicBar, BRIGHTON BN2 1TF
Tickets: £8, concessions £5.

For tickets: call LMB on 01273 687171; or visit http://www.wegottickets.com/comedy/event/180574

ZOE LYONS, Romesh Ranganathan, Nathaniel Metcalfe, Darren Maskell, Claire Parker and Aidan Goatley (MC)

Charity:
Profits from this show will go to Brighton charity, AMAZE, working with parents of children with special needs.

Zoe Lyons performs new material from her show Pop Up Comic (the Dome, 14th), along with Romesh Ranganathan who was the surprise new hit of the Opening Gala, and on top of all this there may even be a special guest popping in from the Brighton Comedy Festival!

NB: Tickets are are available on the door but likely to sell out fast so speedy boarding will be given to those who have pre-booked.

FORTHCOMING SHOWS – the Autumn/Winter collection:

Shows to put the fun into fundraising so you’ll have something saintly to look forward to this autumn.

Tues 13th November
Headliner: AISLING BEA, 2012 Winner of So You Think You’re Funny?
Support: Chris Boyd, with a new set about storm chasing; Jo Foster, SYTYF semi-finalist; Sarah Hendrickx, Funny Women finalist.
Charity: Fun in Action
Latest MusicBar, Manchester St, Brighton BN2 1TF. 01273 687171. Tickets £8/£5
http://www.wegottickets.com/comedy/event/183810

Tues 4th December
Charity Chuckle: Stand-Up to End Violence Against Women
Headliner: LUCY PORTER
Support: Jo Neary, Joe Wells, Mae Martin, Rachel Parris, David James.
Charities: RISE and Survivor’s Network
Komedia, 44-47 Gardner St, Brighton, BN1 1UN
http://komediabrighton.ticketsolve.com/shows/873485431/events

Please note: line-up is subject to change without notice due to unforeseen circumstances. In such an event we will endeavour to find a suitable replacement and notify ticket holders via social media. Profits will still go to the local charity.

Charity Chuckle New Act Night 2012

New Act Night

Next show: Tuesday 14th August 2012

Doors: 8pm; Show Start: 8.30pm

Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester St,

Kemptown, BRIGHTON BN2 1TF

Tickets: £8 or £5 concessions

For tickets call 01273 687171 or go to http://www.wegottickets.com/comedy/event/173332

Tickets for Charity Chuckle regularly sell out so we strongly recommend buying tickets in advance.

Charity Chuckle July 2012

Charity Chuckle July 2012

Next show: Tuesday 10th July 2012, 8.30pm
at the Latest Music Bar, Brighton BN2 1TF

with PAUL McCAFFREY
As Seen On Russell Howard’s Good News
“He has charm, charisma and success written all over him”
Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard

ADAM SMITH, NICHOLAS COOKE, LAURIE ROWAN,
ELLA JOSIAH, JULIE JEPSON MC

Charity: CROSSROADS CARE, providing respite for carers in Brighton and Hove

Tickets only £8/£5
BOOK ONLINE from We Got Tickets
or phone 01273 687171

Charity Chuckle July 2012

Next show: Tuesday 10th July 2012, 8.30pm
at the Latest Music Bar, Brighton BN2 1TF

with PAUL McCAFFREY
As Seen On Russell Howard’s Good News
“He has charm, charisma and success written all over him”
Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard

ADAM SMITH, NICHOLAS COOKE, LAURIE ROWAN,
ELLA JOSIAH, JULIE JEPSON MC

Charity: CROSSROADS CARE, providing respite for carers in Brighton and Hove

Tickets only £8 or £5 concessions
BOOK ONLINE from We Got Tickets at http://www.wegottickets.com/comedy/event/169291
or phone 01273 687171