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What’s On in Brighton?

The anxious chatter as the crowd fills the room, the sense of trepidation as the audience takes their seats and the silence that descends as the curtain rises. The theatre…

What’s On in Brighton…

Brighton is always buzzing with interesting events, whether it be club nights, live music or theatre productions. As we start to welcome the beginning of spring, the city is hosting…

What’s On in Brighton?

The new year is well and truly in, and with Valentine’s Day coming up, it is time to treat the ones you love, be it your partner, the one you…

What’s On in Brighton?

Christmas season is upon us, which means one thing in theatre – Christmas shows are back and they are everywhere. From themed Christmas shows to Christmas music concerts, they seem…

Brighton: A Film Fan’s Guide

Words by Yazz James Cinemas Aside from the central, Przym-neighbouring Odeon or the Marina’s Cineworld, Brighton is home to many other cinemas and screens. Depot Reachable by bus or train,…

“If they go, they will never come back.” Brighton’s music scene post-lockdown and the importance of #SaveOurVenues.

Words by Alice Barradale Like many lovers of Rock and Roll, Brighton’s ‘standby’ for independent music venues is a haunting matter at hand. Since the government’s announcement to enforce lockdown…

Live Review: Temples @ Komedia

Words by Luke Edison This Monday 2nd December, Komedia’s doors opened to Temples, a psychedelic rock band originating from Kettering, Northamptonshire. Having heard about their mesmerizing live performances and stellar…

‘Girls Against’ to host safe space night at Komedia

Girls Against, a local collective collective who campaign against sexual harassment and assault at live music events, are hosting an event this Friday at the Komedia which is not to…

Stand Up & Slam review

Sometimes the best experiences are those you initially question. Stand Up & Slam is one such idea, for it is a resounding triumph of an evening. Hosted in the downstairs…

Stand Up and Slam preview

It is the nature of recent times that many things no longer exist solely in the categories we give them. The concept of genre has progressed from the home artists…

Krater’s Valentine’s Day Special review

Love was in the air at a Valentine’s special of Krater Comedy Club last Wednesday and, despite the pouring rain outside, Komedia was packed full of people to see some…

Dark River Review

(Content warning: sexual abuse) There is a discernible style of British filmmaking which involves a masterful crafting of an environment which appears at once innocuous and hostile. Clio Barnard’s Dark…

The Noise Next Door’s Comedy Lock-In Xmas Special

There’s nothing to get you in the Christmas spirit quite like an evening of good festive entertainment, and The Noise Next Door’s appearance at Komedia last week was exactly that.…

Stand-Up History Review

Komedia last week played host to a fun-filled stand-up ensemble who mixed their passion for comedy with that of history, archaeology and philosophy. The MC was Harry Househam who has…

Stand-Up History Preview

A fun-filled mix of history and comedy is coming to Brighton’s Komedia next week. Dreamt up by Alex Farrow, at the time a History, Politics and R.E. student at Oxford…

Komedia’s Bent Double Review

I went to see Komedia’s monthly gay-friendly stand-up comedy show Bent Double on the 5th November. The show runs every first Sunday of the month and consists of 3 acts…

Bent Double Preview

Sunday 5 November Komedia will be hosting monthly stand-up comedy night Bent Double. The show runs every first Sunday of the month and consists of 2 acts, a headliner and…

“Charmingly amateur and outrageously funny” – Comedians Cinema Club Review

One of Komedia’s most unique, hilarious and downright ridiculous nights – Comedians Cinema Club – returned last week, with an improvised reworking of Pixar’s Monster’s Inc.. A team of six…

Monsters, Movies and Mayhem – Comedians Cinema Club Preview

One of Brighton’s most bizarre comedy nights returns this coming Thursday with Komedia’s fourth instalment of Comedians Cinema Club: an improvised show where a team of comedians recreate cinema classics,…

Stellar line-up at Brighton Comedy Fest

The Brighton Comedy Festival returns to its sunny seaside location from October 9-24. With over 70 performances across 16 days the Festival — to be held at the Dome, Komedia…