Live at Brighton Dome returns in February for another evening of comedy in our iconic Concert Hall with Mo Gilligan, Suzi Ruffell, Phil Wang, Jamali Maddix and compère Ivo Graham
The fastest rising name in comedy, with super stardom beckoning, brings his perfectly pitched observational comedy to Live at the Brighton Dome. Mo Gilligan represents the very modern future of British comedy, and having recently co-hosted Channel 4’s The Big Narstie Show, guested on ITV’s The Jonathan Ross show and sold out a lengthy West End run, Mo’s set to appear on Channel 4 with his own series in 2019, as well as BBC2’s Live at the Apollo.
‘A genuine star – acutely observed and imaginatively delivered’ ★★★★ The Times
As seen on BBC2’s Live at the Apollo, Mock The Week and her own stand-up special for Live from the BBC, Suzi is a unique rising star of stand-up.
‘Positively bursting with comedic energy and gags’ ★★★★ The List
As seen on BBC1’s Have I Got News For You, Dave’s Taskmaster and many more. Phil is a whipsmart and disarmingly funny comic.
‘A unique and properly funny stand-up’ ★★★★ The Times
The star of Viceland’s Hate Thy Neighbour and as seen twice on BBC2’s Live at the Apollo. Jamali’s a unique voice of a generation, who recently completed a world tour of his latest stand-up show.
'Something to offend everyone' The Sunday Times
As seen on BBC2’s Live at the Apollo, Mock The Week and many more. The ex-Etonian posh boy brings a relaxed charm to the hosting duties of Live at Brighton Dome.
‘On the brink of comedy’s premier league’ ★★★★ Evening Standard