“Comedy, music and more…”
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Nathan Roberts is obsessed with film. This love of movies has caused him to interpret the world through the lens of cinema and apply a logic onto an existence which is anything but logical.
With his much anticipated debut Nathan tells the true story of a long story gone wrong using the tropes of a rom-com to explore the danger that comes with believing the lies that the movies sell us.
Experience a hypnotic change. Sam Prior – magician and mind-reader – is back at the Caroline with a brand new show.
Through mind-reading, hypnosis and pure trickery, delve into the traits that make us such unique beings, and learn to be aware of the positive changes these traits can bring.
Doors 7:30pm / Show 8:00-10:00pm
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.
Hog warts…. You got a cream for that?!?
…It’s that special time of year where Bitter Sour lust for something wicked whilst hiding from the Holliday cheer, and what could be better then taking a trip to the wizarding world!
Join the Bitter Sour team Count addiction and Cherry Fakewell, along with a host amazing performers as we prepare to blow your mind with purely magical cabaret!
Accio Oedipussi, Fushcia Von Steel, and your headliner Danny Ash to the stage! Bring your wands and your brooms to The Caroline of Brunswick on the 8th of December and bring your counter-curses because you’re gonna be spellbound!!!
Something wicked this way comes x
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!
Join your host Fuchsia Von Steel and her guests as she takes you through a unique blend of glamour, grotesque and comedy in an unforgettable evening.
A double-bill of hour-long comedy previews.
OLLIE HORN: Pig in Japan
Unlikely Japanese TV star Ollie Horn reflects on fame, identity, and how on earth he managed to get fat while living in healthy Japan in his intelligent and revealing debut special.
“Smart, questioning stuff“—The List
After a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, lovable Brit Ollie Horn reveals how on earth he ended up performing stand-up comedy on Japanese TV, what it taught him about his country, and himself, and what made him give it all up.
“From the moment he steps on the stage we’re in Ollie’s world, where the audience are giggling from the get go“—RKB Radio
Ollie Horn has sold out shows around the world, and has traveled to over fourteen countries as a headline act: from Hong Kong to Australia and Paris to Myanmar, Ollie’s infectious blend of intelligent, aware, and surprising stand-up is in hot demand.
This is a one-off preview of the show before Ollie previews the shows at the Australian Comedy Festivals.
DARIUS DAVIES: Persian of Interest
Darius Davies is a Persian of Interest. This is the story of media manipulation, tinder subterfuge, and revenge against Ryan Air by any means necessary.
A tale of how easy it is to manipulate and change the course of the news (all whilst being sat at home in your underpants).
A show so explosive, so controversial the BBC don’t want you to see it and a rogue Spanish separatist exchange student group tried to ban it via a grassroots campaign.
“Seemingly bottomless vats of comedy in his tank” – Mumble Comedy
“Brilliant, hilarious, outstanding” – Broadway Baby
“A knockout sensation!” – Broadway World
“Bewitches the audience” – The Wee Review
“Full of verve, slightly channeling Russell Brand in his mischief, style and energy” – Chortle
Doors 7:30pm / Show 7:45pm / Price: pay what you can afford
Please reserve your place online to guarantee a seat. Free reservation at http://brighton.olliehorn.com