Featured shows

  • Iron Clad Improv Workshops

    Four Sundays of improv in February! A weekly series of workshops in an encouraging and nurturing environment that is perfect for improvisers at any level! Come and join us if you want to add to your performance toolbox, improve your public speaking, or simply want a laugh! You can attend all workshops in the block, or just one - enjoy a reduction in price for pre-booking all four in advance!

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  • Aidan Goatley: Happy Britain

    Is Britain happy? Aidan Goatley is on a mission to find out by touring to all 105 counties in the UK and asking, ‘What make you happy?’ Join Aidan as he follows up his iconic show 10 Films With My Dad with this epic adventure in happiness!

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  • Katherine Atkinson and Friends

    Katherine Atkinson, regional finalist Funny Women 2017 (runner up) brings her sardonic comedy to Sweet@The Welly. She will be joined by a couple of her favourite comedians on the open mic circuit. After her shared show in Brighton Fringe in May 2017, Steve Bennett from Chortle said, "Katherine Atkinson, a comedian so deadpan she makes Jack Dee look like Timmy Mallett."

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  • Graeme Collard & Phil Jerrod

    Graeme Collard returns once again to preview his new show for 2019, this time alongside the critically-acclaimed Phil Jerrod. Expect laugh-out-loud fun and nonsense from two excellent local comedians. "Insightful, despairing wit" **** The Scotsman

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  • All Work, No Play

    We all have to work, however Awk longs for a better life outside the shackles of mediocrity, but there's something that keeps holding him back. Awk is on the clock, and he doesn't have long until his time is up. Following his debut at the Brighton Fringe, Awk returns to where it all began.

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  • Graeme Collard and Dan Fardell

    After bringing popular shows to this year's Brighton Fringe, Graeme Collard and Dan Fardell team up for an hour of stand-up comedy. Gags, observations, and general silliness from two popular local comics.

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  • Rebekka Turner & Simone Belshaw

    Rebekka Turner: 'Like a Porcelain Doll with a Chainsaw': Shy on the outside, but once on stage firing on all gears! A porcelain doll might be fragile, but with added power can cut you in half with their wit and chaotic energy. Simone Belshaw: 'Goblin': A very silly show celebrating being a big, stupid idiot. You'll like it, I swear! Rebekka and Simone will be sharing the hour to preview each show.

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  • Gathering Moss / OestroJen

    William Stone (BBC New Comedy Award Finalist 2018) previews 'Gathering Moss', a nostalgia-filled tale of whimsical one liners. "Excellent writer of quirky one-liners" - Steve Bennett, Chortle. Jen Ives (Funny Women regional finalist) brings you 'OestroJen', a WIP of her debut hour. Jen is transsexual, but she's sick of talking about it. Join Jen as she attempts not to talk about it for 30 minutes.

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  • Father of Lies

    Making a Murderer meets Rosemary's Baby... Father of Lies tells the chilling true story behind a mysterious, unsolved murder in West Germany, 1973. This is a thrilling horror show about haunted priests, jealous widowers, and satanic cults. Sell-out shows at Edinburgh Fringe 2017-18, London Horror Festival 2017, and VAULT Festival 2018. 'Compulsively gripping... A genuinely unique pieve of theatre' **** (The Stage)

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  • Lava Elastic

    From the people who brought you ‘A...live at the Nightingale,’ everything Marianna Harlotta’s ever done, and the first Lava Elastic... here’s the second one! For more information on which magnificent comedy and variety performers will be on our bill each month follow us on @Elegentsia.

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  • Iron Clad Improv

    It doesn’t matter if you are a total beginner, or have more experience, our drop-in sessions are perfect for you, looking at all manner of things from short-form games to long-form world building and story-telling… £7 per session, loyalty cards available.

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What’s on

january, 2019

24jan7:30 pm- 8:30 pmGraeme Collard & Phil Jerrod24th of January, 19:30City:Brighton

25jan7:30 pm- 8:30 pmKatherine Atkinson and Friends25th of January, 19:30City:Brighton

25jan7:30 pm- 8:30 pmAidan Goatley: Happy Britain25th of January, 19:30City:Dundee

26jan8:00 pm- 8:45 pmAll Work, No Play26th of January, 20:00City:Brighton