This Machine Kills Wasps

Actions Panel

Ticket sales end soon

This Machine Kills Wasps

Brighton’s best alternative music, comedy, and musical comedy

When and where

Date and time

Location

The Folklore Rooms 12 North Street Brighton BN1 3GJ United Kingdom

Map and directions

How to get there

Refund Policy

Contact the organiser to request a refund.
Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Brighton’s newest, best, and possibly only music / comedy / musical comedy night celebrates its DEBUT SHOW at the gorgeous Folklore Rooms on Thursday 2nd February.

Headliners are the fabulous Message From The Ravens, Hastings’ premiere Americana / goth balled / indie folk / sea shanty collective. Expect five part harmonies, folklore, and hooks galore.

Leila Navabi is a 23 year old writer and comedian who is very funny indeed. She has been described as 'the actual future of comedy'(LMAOnaise); her television and radio stand-up credits include Live at Aberystwyth Pier (BBC), Stand-up Sesh (BBC), Stand Up in My House (BBC) and The Leak (BBC). She is bilingual, with Welsh Language credits including Ffyrnig (S4C) and Ni y Nawdegau (BBC Cymru).

Recently completing a sold out run at Soho Theatre, Shelf are a queer duo who would be my own personal choice for Britain’s 2023 Eurovision entry.

“Clever and catchy” - Bruce Dessau

Selena Mersey is a Brighton based musical comedian and burlesque performer. Her songs have been likened to a MUCH FILTHIER Victoria Wood and her impression of Freud remains unsurpassed.

Sharlin Jahan is a BBC (British Bangladeshi Canadian) comedian who plays no musical instruments that I am aware of. A funny women finalist, she has performed stand up on BBC4 and runs and hosts the excellent Brown Sauce night in London.

Your MC is James Walsh (Next Level Sketch / Factually Inaccurate Stand Up). James is a character comedian, sketch performer, and owner of three (3) ukuleles.

Early bird tickets £5 + BF

General admission £7.50 + BF

Students / NHS workers / banjo owners £6.50 + BF

Ticket sales end soon