Meet the comedians performing at Live at Brighton Dome this March
21 Feb 2023
It’s back! Since 2018, Live at Brighton Dome has provided a regular comedy night in our iconic Concert Hall, showcasing up-and-coming stars alongside some of comedy’s best-known names.
This March, Brighton’s biggest comedy night returns with another brilliant line-up. Find out more about the comedians aiming to tickle your funny bone with their sharp-witted stand-up...
Stand-up comedian, writer and actor, you might recognise Ed Gamble as the co-host of the hugely successful Off Menu podcast, created with comedian James Acaster, who headlined our last Live at Brighton Dome. When he’s not on the air quizzing celebrities about their favourite food, you can often find Ed on the telly, as a regular on the long-running BBC panel show Mock the Week or, more recently, as a Taskmaster champion.
Watch Ed on Live at the Apollo
A BAFTA nominated comedian, musician, actor and improviser; Rachel is best known for her viral segments on BBC2's satirical news show The Mash Report. Her solo shows at Edinburgh Fringe and national tours have all been critically acclaimed, and her experience as a founding member of the award-winning improv comedy success Austentatious, ensures no two shows are ever the same.
Watch Rachel on Live at the Apollo
At the tender age of 18, Ivo Graham became the youngest ever winner of the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny Award for new acts at the Edinburgh Fringe. Awarded just 6 months after he started out as a stand-up comic, Ivo has been one to watch ever since. Known for his self-aware wit, Ivo has appeared on iconic TV shows include Live at the Apollo, The Last Leg and Have I Got News for You. Catch Ivo at Brighton Dome ahead of his massive spring tour...
Watch Ivo on Comedy Central
Fatiha is quickly making a name for herself, tackling tough subjects like Islamophobia and divorce with thought-provoking, personal stories. You may have seen Fatiha smashing through stereotypes on shows such as Outsiders, The Russell Howard Hour, Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club and Comedy Central at The Edinburgh Fringe. Fatiha has also appeared as a guest on the Off Menu podcast, co-hosted by Ed Gamble who is also performing!
Watch Fatiha on The Russell Howard Hour
Known for her unique mix of everyday observations and off-beat tangents, Amy is a multi-award winning comic brimming with natural warmth and charm. She’s one half of Edinburgh Award nominated / Chortle Award winners, The Delightful Sausage.
Watch Amy at the Hot Water Comedy Club
Book now for Live at Brighton Dome on Sat 4 Mar and look out for the next Live at Brighton Dome date later this year