What's on this week?

Check out this week's comedy, poetry, and family highlights at The Electric Arcade.

Hammer and Tongue autumn return

Thursday 23 September | 7:30 PM

The UK's poetry slam people are back! Making new champions and promoting the most talented poets in touring spoken word. Check out the event where "The best live poetry is to be found" (The Sunday Times), whose competitors winners include Kate Tempest and Olivia Hall.

Thursday's event will feature performances from Brighton darlings Susan Evans and Daniel Searle, plus previous Slam winner Bea Everett.

“Hammer & Tongue have reinvented the medium for the hip hop generation” (The Guardian).


Electric Comedy

Friday 24 & Saturday 25 September I 8:45 PM

Unlike the majority of standard stand-up nights, Electric Comedy throws its doors open to all forms of live comedy. Our showcase of sketch, musical comedy, and clowning includes everything from the typical to the avant-garde, but all are guaranteed to give you a grin.

This brand new weekly event promises constant laughs for only a tenner. Whatever your tastes. it's not a bad way to kick off the weekend.


Mama G's Story Time Party: Back to School

Sunday 26th September I 15:00 PM

After 6 weeks of freedom, we've reached the time parents dream of and children dread. Luckily, everyone's favourite pantomime dame (Metro) is reading stories that the whole family are going to love! And when the stories are over you can let your hair down and dance the afternoon away with family favourite bangers!

There'll be a prize for the family in the best themed fancy dress! Mama G can't wait to share her stories, songs and sequins with you!


The Late Show

Friday 24 & Saturday 25 September I 10:30 PM

After its hugely successful run at The Warren as part of Brighton Fringe and down on the beach, The Late Show finds a new home at The Electric Arcade.

Join us every Friday and Saturday night at 10.30 PM for late-night laughs.

Previous guests include Romesh Ranganathan, Maisie Adam, Paul Sinha, Seann Walsh, Laura Lexx, Milton Jones, Reginald D. Hunter, Jen Brister and more.


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