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.

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It’s Spring – get the pandas out!

Charity Chuckle SOLDOUT poster Mar2014

Hello! What would you like on a Friday afternoon? A bit of Stewart Lee news? A bit of Nick Helm? A clip or two of Stephen Carlin cos if you haven’t got a ticket yet I’m afraid that boat’s sailed out (BOOM!).

And if you’re out drinking tonight:

Thank you to everyone who has signed up to this blog. I know we’re a bit random with it, but here’s the news: Stewart Lee, probably the best comedian in the world – though currently only 18th best above Russell Kane but below Russell Howard – is coming to Charity Chuckle in July.  We’re really enjoying his Comedy Vehicle Series 3 on BBC2 on a Saturday night. Especially the Shilbottle episode. My friend, who hasn’t laughed since Lee and Herring way back in the 50s, found it so amusing that she repeated Shilbottle 10 times and now she’s a comedian.

So if you’ve signed up to this blog in a moment of loyalty or boredom then tighten your channels because your ships are coming in.  You will get the chance to snap up a crisp ticket or two to see Stewart Lee in the intimate setting of the Komedia Studio Bar before tickets go on general release. He’ll probably doing stuff from his new Edinburgh show, A Room with a Stew. Excited? Yup.

We’re also absolutely thrilled that the March show sold out a week in advance.  February was very close to a full house too. It gives me and Jim Holland a golden glow, like in Cocoon. Or Antonio Banderas.

The show on Tuesday 8th April is headlined by the amazing NICK HELM, star of UNCLE. Also the 2014 New Act of the Year KATE LUCAS, Show Me the Funny runner-up DAN MITCHELL, and up-and-comer JOE FOSTER. Going on recent glories we recommend that you BOOK TICKETS as soon as possible.

Here’s the Like Like You Song from Uncle:

Oh and here’s the pandas. Happy Friday!

Kerry x

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.