Congress and Devonshire Park Theatre

As the autumn nights draw in what better time to head out for a night of comedy at the Congress or Devonshire Park Theatre; there’s a host of comics and comedy shows heading to Eastbourne this autumn including the recently announced I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue (6 Dec) but if you want a night of laughs the advice is book now as tickets are selling fast!

At time of writing comedy legend Dawn French (14 Oct) has a sell-out show, there are individual seats only for Rob Beckett (4 Nov) and limited tickets for Alan Carr (10 Nov) and Harry Hill (13 Nov) with these shows anticipated to sell out.

Multi-award-winning comic Russell Kane (13 October) comes to the Congress Theatre with his brand-new show The Essex Variant. Extra seats have recently been released for sale so comedy fans can snap up some great tickets – but be quick!

There’s comedy with Looking for Me Friend – The Music of Victoria Wood (4 Nov) and Friendsical (14 & 15 Nov) the musical parody of the beloved TV show Friends with special guest star Laurence Cheney winner of RuPaul’s second series of Drag Race UK.

Looking for Me Friend is a love letter to the music and brilliance of the late, great Victoria Wood, performed with affection by Paulus, this Edinburgh fringe showis directed by multi-award-winning cabaret artist Sarah-Louise Young. Featuring twelve of Victoria’s best-loved songs including It Would Never Have Worked, Reincarnation and, of course, the classic Ballad of Barry & Freda (Let’s Do It), as well as some of her lesser-known and more poignant compositions this night of nostalgia is a must this November!

Friendsical is the ultimate night out for all fans of the iconic TV show Friends, this unique new parody musical inspired by the classic show features original songs such as (He’s her) Lobster!, Richard’s Moustache and You’re Over Me, When Were You Under Me?. Packing all 10 seasons and 236 episodes in this one show – they’re still there for you!

Good seats are currently available for Jenny Eclair: Sixty! (FFS) at the Devonshire Park Theatre on Sunday 16 October. This tour was extended due to popular demand, and see’s Jenny confront the truth about hitting her 60’s. Now that it takes 20 minutes of scrolling down to find her DOB when she’s filling in forms online, should she celebrate or crawl into a hole? What will her 60’s hold for this 1960’s babe and is it now a legal requirement to buy Nordic walking poles?

To book see or call box office on 01323 412000.