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Mon 20th May at 9:00pm - 11:00pm
Brighton Fringe: Charity Chuckle
@ Wagner Hall, Brighton
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Brighton Fringe: Charity Chuckle : Robin Ince, David Jordan, Sam Savage, Jo Neary, Darren Maskell, Phil Lucas, Joel Dommett
In aid of Victim Support and as part of the Brighton Fringe, Charity Chuckle presents a night of scientific, sexy and downright silly comedy.
All profits from the night will go to Victim Support, a charity that offers help to victims of crime, witnesses, their family, friends.
Image © Steve Ullathorne
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
This versatile comedy veteran delivers a highly improvised set which can cover a vast range of subjects and material. As seen on Mock The Week, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, The Now Show, The News Quiz and Loose Ends.
Chortle Award Winner 2009 and Winner of the Time Out Outstanding Comedy Achievement Award.
'Robin Ince is thoughtful, provocative and very funny' (The Times)
'When someone writes a history of modern comedy, they should make room for Robin Ince' (The Guardian).
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Combining his brilliant voice with carefully crafted, hilarious and edgy songs, though still a comedy fledgling, David has already written jokes for BBC Radio Four's hit show, 'The News Quiz', music for Comedy Central’s 'Seann Walsh World' and artwork for Greg Davies’ Taskmaster for Dave.
He has also performed to sell-out audiences in London's West End alongside flesh-versions of his DVD collection: comedy legends Stewart Lee, Jeremy Hardy, Richard Herring and Mark Thomas, and was hand-picked to support 'wobbly' comedian, Francesca Martinez, on several of her UK Tour dates.
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Known as "the female Micky Flanagan" (Chortle), Sam is no stranger to comedy awards and competition finals. Funny's Funny winner 2012 and NATYS runner up 2013, now she sticks a wig on her head and calls herself Linda Larkin, a housewife who believes the world can be saved with love and gossip. She's had two shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, Princess Savage and Looking Out for Linda.
'Excellent, hilariously off-kilter' (ThreeWeeks).
'Upbeat and endearing ... a comedy natural' (Chortle.co.uk).
'She writes proper jokes' (Jenny Eclair).
Sam Savage tour dates
Described as part Joyce Grenfell, part Morwenna Banks and two parts insane, Jo has received critical acclaim for her brilliant one woman show Pan's Person, in which she creates a whole host of characters from a 1940's housewife parodying Celia Johnson in Brief Encounter, to Mr Timkins the family cat!
Jo's trademark character observations, astute social commentary and songs have established her as one of the UK's finest character comediennes.
'Superbly funny' (The Guardian)
'Hilarious off-kilter talent' (The Sunday Telegraph).
Jo Neary tour dates
Winner of the Comedy Cafe New Act Competition 2008 and North Essex New Act of The Year 2009.
'That was very funny' (Iain Lee)
'You have a very cool jacket. But its all a lie isn't it?' (Simon Amstell)
'Look, its Elton John!' (Frank Skinner).
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I'm A Celebrity...2016 runner-up, international globetrotter, English Comedian of the Year finalist, SKINS contributor and general heart throb, Joel Dommett is known for reducing sell out audiences into bouts of uncontrollable laughter. This five time winner of the Comedy Café competition is not to be missed. He has appeared on BBC Three's Impractical Jokers, ITV2's Reality Bites, BBC's Russell Howard's Good News and Sky1's Bring The Noise
'Manically funny act' (Three Weeks)
'Hilarious... delightful tales' (The Scotsman)
'Young, sharp and clever' (Sunday Times).
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Venue: Wagner Hall
9 Russell Place
BN1 2RG 50.822273, -0.144969
→ Brighton 10 min walk