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where we're playing...

The Komedia
44-47 Gardner St, Brighton BN1 1UN

about the venue...

We are so excited to be back at Brighton’s iconic comedy venue:

The Komedia, 44-47 Gardner St, Brighton BN1 1UN

This fabulous comedy club will feel like a daytime party! The best comedy acts in the uk, music, a fully licensed bar, snacks and more. Plus buggy parking, baby changing and soft flooring for baby.

Please note the below information: 

Please arrive at the back of the venue to the Regent Street Entrance : BN1 1UL

The usual entrance will not be in operation. 

We recommend arriving 30 minutes before the start of the show so that you have time to park your buggy if you’re bringing one and find a seat.

Buggies are not permitted in the performance space and a buggy parking area will be provided. Please bring a sling or car seat if your baby would like to relax during the show. 

We look forward to seeing you there

Carly and the BYOB Team xx

ticket prices |

Advance: £13 (inc. booking fee) | On door: £14.50

Admissions: Adults over 16 years and babies under 15 months.

* Please note : our brilliant comics will be performing their usual adult material, which is why we have a 15 month age limit for our younger guests! 

Please note that tickets are non refundable and non transferable

when we're playing...

Brighton Tuesday 10th September – 12pm



"deft wit and breezy musical interplay" The Guardian

MC Robyn Perkins

"exceptionally charismatic" Voice Magazine

Ben Clover

"inventive and savvy" Chortle

Brighton Tuesday 1st October – 12pm


Esther Manito

"undeniable stage presence" The Scotsman

MC Carly Smallman

"a bundle of energy" The Sun
Louise Atkinson

Louise Atkinson

"a reassuring comedy conductor" The Quintissential Show

Brighton Tuesday 5th November – 12pm


Kate Lucas

"musical genius" Ed Fest Magazine

MC Carly Smallman

"a bundle of energy" The Sun

Matt Stellingwerf

Winner of NZ Comedy Guild Award

Brighton Tuesday 3rd December – 12pm


Wendy Wason

"hysterical" Jimmy Carr

MC Sarah Iles

"never fails to deliver" Chortle
Joe Bor

Joe Bor

"hugely talented" The Scotsman