Comedy Course Taster Workshop

The Holiday Inn, Brighton

These taster workshops happen only ONCE a year. Spaces are limited.

Stand up Comedy Workshop

Have you always fancied trying your hand at stand up comedy? On these fun taster sessions, you’ll have a go at writing comedy material and delivering it. These sessions aim to give you a flavour of the 8 week beginner’s comedy course. The beginner’s course is ideal for enhancing confidence, building public speaking and presentation skills. So if you just want to try something new, challenge yourself or find something fun to do then this session is for you. All Brighton Comedy Courses are taught in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.

All workshops are risk assessed, social distanced and given the green light by Trading Standards. Your safety is our priority. Should their be another lock-down, an online option or refund will be offered.

  • Book your place on: The Stand up Comedy Workshop
  • Date: Saturday 28th November 2020
  • Time: 11am-1pm
  • Cost: £35
  • Location: The Quadrant, 12 North Street, Brighton (next to clock tower.)


If you want to make a day of it, The Presenting with Humour Workshop starts after lunch.

Presenting with Humour Workshop

This taster session aims to inject your own sense of humour into your copy, pitches and presentations. The main denominator of the top successful TED talks from last year was that they all contained humour. Humour keeps your audience engaged, breaks up technical language, and lightens even the heaviest of information overload. There will be key advice on how to improve your delivery, timing and presentation style.

If you want to make a day of it The Stand Up Comedy Workshop starts at 11am.

  • Book your place on: The Presenting with humour Workshop
  • Date: Saturday 28th November 2020
  • Time: 2-4pm
  • Cost: £35
  • Location: The Quadrant, 12 North Street, Brighton (next to clock tower.)


Save £10 when you book both Taster workshop.

Two workshops £60

“I attended the taster session for comedy and creative writing. It was most excellent fun and l learnt a lot in a short space of time. Never been keen on public speaking and this was an opportunity to try it out with humour with a friendly crowd. I’m not local to Brighton but if there was a weekend version of course I’d sign up pronto.” Jason Barlow

Did the introductory courses for comedy and creative writing (two separate intros) because I’m not quite close enough to Brighton to attend the longer courses. Both intros were excellent. They were really good fun, we learnt a lot in a very short time and Louise is an excellent host and facilitator.  Joe Larkin