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Friday 03 December 2021

New Year, New Direction For Komedia Brighton's Weekend Comedy Nights

Komedia has teamed up with leading independent comedy promoters Little Wander for a fresh take on their weekend stand-up comedy offering.
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The newly named Komedia Comedy Club (previously Krater Comedy Club) will continue to provide one of the best night"s out in Brighton whilst showcasing a diverse line-up of headline comics, alongside bright new talent, all hosted by a 
range of seasoned MCs.

Little Wander whose tag line is We Run Comedy are one of the industry's leading independent comedy promoters.

Henry Widdicombe from Little Wander said: 

"We're absolutely thrilled to be working with Brighton Komedia on this new chapter for the venue. 

"We want to acknowledge the years of hard work that has made this venue amongst the very best in the UK for weekend comedy and we feel extremely privileged to have the opportunity to build on this work.


"We can see a bright future ahead for Brighton's flagship comedy venue and look forward to seeing the room filled with laughter."

Line-ups confirmed so far include the likes of; Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Richard and Greta (Shenoah Allen and Nina Conti), Phil Wang, Rosie Jones, Sara Barron, Jarred Christmas, Catherine Bohart, Jordan Brookes, Olga Koch and many more.

Komedia remains at the forefront of the comedy scene winning the Chortle Award for Best Comedy Venue in the South a record seventeen times. 

Their aim continues to be to support the next generation of comics whilst nurturing local talent. In the past Komedia has seen many big names cross their stage at the very beginning of their careers such as Graham Norton, Al Murray, Mel and Sue, Omid Djalili, Catherine Tate, Stewart Lee, Ross Noble, Harry Hill, The Mighty Boosh, Johnny Vegas, Dave Gorman, Flight of the Conchords, Jimmy Carr and more.

Just in time for Komedia Comedy Club's launch, there will be a revitalised menu, freshly prepared in their in-house kitchen, headed by new chef Will Robinson.

Komedia Comedy Club runs every Friday and Saturday at 8pm starting from Friday 21st January 2022 at Komedia Brighton, buy tickets at www.komedia.co.uk/brighton/comedy/komedia-comedy-club/ or call 01273 647100.

by: Mike Cobley




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