Centre Stage: Komedia Krater Club

Komedia is perhaps one of the most versatile venues in Brighton, which is an impressive accomplishment considering its competition. Its…

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Gig Preview: Ani DiFranco

From Buffalo, New York, the little folksinger is back! Playing to an already sold-out show this singer, songwriter, political activist, and alt-folk music legend…

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Live review: Live and Lyrical

Lily Allen, what have thou wrought? Her particular brand of confessional, hook-laden song-writing has cast a long shadow over the…

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Film review: Mr. Nice

Mr. Nice Bernard Rose UK, 2010, 121 mins, 18 In typically astute fashion, renowned raconteur Howard Marks will be gracing…

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Pappy's Sketches

Pappy’s are hard to define. They effortlessly blend the surreal and the sublime with visual, musical and physical comedy. There…

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Short Fiction

Short Fuse, is marketed as ‘a night of short stories’, that takes place monthly at Komedia Downstairs. This marketing is…

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John Cooper Clarke

Like those nut-revealing jeans, the odd myth of the ever despairing Salford born ‘punk poet’ sticks. But with his set…

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School for Gifted Children

Fans of Ricky Gervais will no doubt have heard of Robin Ince. Despite being one of Gervais’ best mates though…

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Tongue tied

Hammer and Tongue is a monthly poetry slam and performance, showcasing local spoken word talent at Komedia.  This, however, was…

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Terry Alderton

After the mediocre warm-up act, (jokes about how men and woman’s brains are wired differently?  Couldn’t think of some fresh…

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Sutherland steals the show

I was admittedly not in the most receptive of moods to listen to poetry that evening. I was tired from…

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Introducing Cara Dillon

Cara Dillon is a young folk musician from Northern Ireland. The winner of a host of folk music awards, her…

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Spoken turd night

Hammer and Tongue: Spoken Word, Komedia Studio Bar, 06/11/08 The premise of Komedia’s Hammer and Tongue had been so promising:…

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