“It can cause pain, be terrifying but it’s wonderfully delicious at the same time” | Rebekka Turner on channelling her quirks into Bex’s Chainsaw Moussaka

Tell us about your show, Bex's Chainsaw Moussaka.   I’ve always been interested in doing a show that was more creative and which didn’t rely on a big ‘moral message’ or ‘ being relatable’ to sell its appeal. The stand-up in the show is separated by three characters who explore how I’ve dealt with social situations … Continue reading “It can cause pain, be terrifying but it’s wonderfully delicious at the same time” | Rebekka Turner on channelling her quirks into Bex’s Chainsaw Moussaka

“Hopefully it will bring back that festival buzz to city” | Alex Petty on booking Brighton Fringe’s first post-lockdown live comedy

Tell us about show scheduling the comedy festival would usually work? Normally for the Brighton Fringe, we’d take applications from shows through October, November to sort out our programme in line with the deadlines in December and January. We’d take applications from shows we know, acts that would like us to come see them and … Continue reading “Hopefully it will bring back that festival buzz to city” | Alex Petty on booking Brighton Fringe’s first post-lockdown live comedy