Join us to preview Phil Green’s Work in Progress, “90’s Boy: Blair, the Lovegun and Me” ahead of the Brighton Fringe Festival.
Thursday 10 June
6.30 – 7.10 pm
This is a FREE event but you must book as tickets are limited. We arrange the seating in pods of twos or fours.
Book a ticket for “”90s Boy: Blair, the Lovegun and Me”” – click on this link
About Phil Green’s work in progress
Have you ever been let down by someone you idolised or surprised by people you thought didn’t care? Phil takes us through a life of dealing with ADHD, his oddball parents, love/hate feelings towards Tony Blair and seeking solace in long forgotten terrible 90’s pop songs.
Phil Green was a finalist in South East New Comedian 2019 and Max Turner Prize 2021.
About Healing Comedy Club
Every Thursday we hold a weekly open mic comedy night; all things and Covid-19 prevailing. It’s a great evening which aims to make you feel good. You get to see comedians at all stages of their careers, hear varied material and have a good laugh.
The venue is large and airy, yet has an intimate feel. The flexible seating means that we can arrange chairs in household bubbles and ensure everyone has a great view. We make sure the venue is sanitised before you come in, monitor the numbers in the room during the show and do our best to keep you safe.
Rudy Ilyas established Healing Comedy Club in 2018. They do most of their contact via Facebook. To keep up to date with their gigs like and follow their page https://www.facebook.com/groups/healingcomedyclub/
If you are an act and want to perform, please email Rudy firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for this Preview of “90’s Boy: Blair, the Lovegun and Me” – book your ticket.