What’s On: Comedy at Brighton Dome this Spring
15 Feb 2019
In need of some belly laughs? We’ve got you sorted. Here at Brighton Dome, we have an outstanding array of stand-up comedy events to brighten your day this spring. Check out who’s coming to town..
Russell Kane: The Fast and The Curious
Sat 30 Mar
Multi-awarding winning comedian, Russell Kane is back for his highly anticipated new tour, The Fast and The Curious. Best known for BBC Three’s Stupid Man, Smart Phone, he has also appeared on multiple shows including, BBC One’s Live at the Apollo, and ITV2’s Celebrity Juice. Expect a high-energy show packed with tales of love, family and life.
Foil, Arms and Hog: Craicling
Sun 31 Mar
With over 100 million hits on YouTube, Foil, Arms and Hog are best known for their online videos. After meeting at University, Sean Finegan, Conor McKenna and Sean Flanagan formed the Irish sketch group, and have been touring Ireland, UK, the US and Australia. They return to the UK with Craicling, a high-energy sketch show featuring a tutorial in how to hold a baby, a Gregorian chant about drunken monks and a step-to-step guide in how to kill an actor.
No Such Thing As a Fish
Tue 2 Apr
Dan, James, Anna and Andy, the team behind the award-winning podcast, No Such Thing As A Fish, are taking the stage at Brighton Dome with their new show In No Particular Order. The show will feature a performance of a live, un-edited and unscripted podcast. Expect facts, jokes and tall tales about octopus' genitals, Charles Darwin’s bassoon, and potentially everything in-between. For anyone who’s in need of some belly-laughs, this is an unmissable show. Listen to their podcast here.
Paul Merton’s Impro Chums
Fri 5 Ap
Paul Merton, one of the UK’s best-loved performers, and his world renowned Impro Chums: Mike McShane, Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch and Suki Webster will create a new and unique comedy show, based entirely on suggestions from the audience, their own improvisational skills.
Tommy Tiernan: Paddy Crazy Horse
Sat 13 Apr
Back on the road is Tommy Tiernan with his new show, Paddy Crazy Horse. He rants, raves, dances and acts. Expect high theatricality, lots of inappropriate language throughout the night.
Julian Clary: Born to Mince
Sun Apr 28
Julian Clary is bringing his new show, Born to Mince to the stage. His new ‘outrageously camp’ show will see Julian bare his soul in the interested of light entertainment. He will be singing some songs, giving a sneak preview of his new memoir A Night at the Lubricant, and serving you some filth and saucy innuendos. Don’t miss out.
We’re adding new shows all the time – to get the latest details on our upcoming comedy shows, click here.