“Comedy, music and more…”
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
On the last Saturday of every month, we go a bit goth downstairs!
Guest DJs each month, including Simon Price and Andy Lowlife, playing all gothic rock, post-punk, alternative 80s hits and darkwave.
An open mic night of epic proportions!
Are you funny? Can you dance? Do you burlesque? Have a hidden talent?
Come join us in the Laboratory, where pros and noobs alike can test new material in front of a friendly audience.
Singers, dancers, comedians, clowns, jugglers, burlesque, variety acts and more!
First Sunday of every month. Mail Jack Kristiansen to book a slot!
We hand pick our acts from the best up and coming acts in the UK comedy scene, guaranteeing a brilliant line up. Watch this space for line-ups!
Friday 7th December
Hello again comedy friends! This time we have headliner Sara Barron.
Sara is an American writer turned standup living in London. While Stateside, she wrote for Vanity Fair, published two essay collections, and earned the role of host for the hit U.S. storytelling show, The Moth. This, in turn, gave her the bug for live performance. It also introduced her to her (British) husband, which prompted an eventual move to the UK. She’s since started standup. Her work has featured most recently on The Guilty Feminist, BBC R4Xtra, and Dave Gorman’s “Modern Life is Goodish”. This August, she made her debut at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Joining Sara this evening we have Andy Gleeks, Ben Pope, Vic Melody and James Lillis.
Brighton’s only alternative karaoke night. Get on the mic and sing your choice of over 20,000 tracks, including hundreds of metal, classic rock, punk, indie, grunge and alt classics and obscurities!
Second Saturday of each month from September to April, 9pm-2am, free.
Sponsored by Fireball: 2 shots for £4 every Get Your Rocks Off Karaoke!
A space for all, this event will be delivering some steaming hot content, including but not limited to:
– Critical discussion
– A poetry workshop
– Open Mic sessions
– And last but not least, free food will be available at the event, free for all!
Processed Feud is a grassroots, not-for-profit organisation commited to creating a safe space inviting people to discuss relatively untapped topics often ignored and omitted in the media and in society. We aim to empower people to share their experiences and remind them that there are people who share their hope. Therefore, there will be a safe space policy operated at this event.
Any forms of Racism, Sexism, Transphobia, or objectification of any kind, will not be welcome.
Processed Feud is committed to promoting the autonomy and empowerment of all marginalised peoples in the fight for knowledge. Working toward a world living not at other people’s expense, but in co-operation.
Our organisation will also put on nights where free food will be made for the homeless community in Brighton.
There is no entry fee, but donations are welcome!
Donations go exclusively to:
– Buying any any food for the event, should any more be needed
– Paying for the preparation of the food
– The room rental
We look forward to seeing you wonderful people!
Hope to see you there!