Our Top 6 Comedy Shows Brighton March 2016
We’ve selected some outstanding comedy this month, proudly guaranteeing an excellent night of hilarity. Whatever your taste we are certain there will be something for everyone in this selection of March Comedy Shows Brighton March 2016 and a special promo code for Krater Comedy Club.
Komedia has won best Comedy Club in the South an unprecedented 12 times, it seems like most people agree it’s the first port of call for weekend comedy in Brighton.
Each weekend Komedia hosts Krater Comedy Club. The acts are of a consistently high quality with top international and UK comedians and an award-winning MC. As well as the comedy they serve a full menu on the prime time shows (optional), so your whole evening is taken care of.
‘The place in Brighton to catch stand-up comedy’ The Independent
Throughout March save £4 on each ticket purchased when you book for a group of 6 or more. Simply enter promo code springsaving.
Date: Fri and Sun 8pm, Sat 7pm and 10.30pm.
Price: Prices & times vary, see website for details and offers.
The razor sharp and hilariously funny Canadian returns with a highly anticipated new show.
Hot on the heels of a complete sell-out UK and Australian tour, Katherine hits the road with another terrific show to put at the top of your ‘must see’ list for this year’s comedy diary.
Well on her way to being a household name, these past 12 months have been phenomenal for Katherine. She has appeared on a number of high profile television shows such as Mock the Week, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, 8 Out of 10 Cats, QI, Have I Got News For You and Live At The Apollo.
‘Smart and acridly funny’ Sunday Times
Date: Sat 5th March 8pm
The last 18 months have been non–stop for the Independent’s ‘Face to Watch in 2015’, Dane Baptiste. After the incredible success of his debut show Citizen Dane, he’s written and starred in his own pilot for the BBC which has since been commissioned for a full run.
You may also have seen him on TV shows such as ‘Sweat the Small Stuff’, ‘Virtually Famous’, ‘Celebrity Squares’, ‘Seann Walsh’s Late Night Comedy Spectacular’, ‘Live at The Comedy Store’ and most recently ‘Live at the Apollo’.
Now he’s back with the first nationwide tour of his critically acclaimed smash hit show, Reasonable Doubts.
‘Observational comedy at its finest’ The Independent
Date: Weds 9 March 8pm
Price: £12/£10 conc.
Omid Djalili is an award-winning stand-up and an acclaimed actor. You may have seen him recently in BBC1’s ‘Dickensian’.
Intelligent, sometimes provocative, always entertaining, his stand-up is an energetic and captivating comedy masterclass.
Renowned for his razor sharp wit, boundless energy and expertly crafted cultural observations, his original material continues to explore the diversity of modern Britain and he remains one of the most exciting entertainers on the circuit.
With support from a brilliant entertainer, Boothby Graffoe.
‘One of the most joyfully smart, stimulating and entertaining comedians this country has’ The Telegraph
‘Belly laughs with a subtle blend of mainstream gags and subversive twinkle’ Sunday Times
Date: Mon 14th March 8pm
If ‘alternative’ comedy is your thing this monthly night is definitely the night for you.
Brian Gittins, now best known for Ricky Gervais series ‘Derek’ hand picks his favourite acts, from the established to Brian’s naughty open spots, compering in his own unique way (as he puts it, ‘badly’). Sticky Mike’s basement is a great intimate venue for comedy.
This month Brian is joined by Paul Foot, an English comedian who commands a significant cult following called ‘The Guild of Connoisseurs’.
Foot is known for his musings, rants, ‘disturbances’ and apparent aversion to pop culture. He has appeared on many TV shows including ‘Never Mind the Buzzcocks’ and ‘Would I Lie To You’.
Date: Thu 17th March 7.30pm
Enter Christian O’Connell’s world of A-list weirdos, offended clowns and angry cat lovers in his 3rd stand-up show.
Christian O’Connell has collected multiple radio awards as a national Breakfast show DJ for 16 years.
He’s also collected multiple death threats, hate mail and abusive complaints. He’s collected them all for you to hear in this show. You’ll be stunned at what people actually complain about.
Follow his journey from teenage mixtape maker to award winning DJ.
‘Furiously funny’ The Guardian
‘As engaging live as he is on air’ The Scotsman
Date: Thurs 17th March 8pm
Price: £14/£12 conc.