The PTFA Presents – The Comedy Night


We are delighted to announce that tickets are now on sale for the very popular and entertaining Comedy Night which will be taking place on Friday 7th October 2022. It’s always been a sell out and numbers are limited, so we recommend you buy your tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Tickets are just £25.00 each and include a complimentary welcome drink (glass of wine or soft drink).

You need to purchase your food plater separately. 

6 in stock



Friday 7th October 2022

The show will start at 8pm and last approximately 2 hours including 2×15 minute intervals. Strictly over 18s only!

The show will take place in the School Hall, Montpelier Road, Brighton with tables seating up to 8 people ‘cabaret’ style. If you do not specify who you wish to sit with, we will seat you with people from the same year group where possible or on mixed year group tables. Please
note the content may possibly be offensive and this event is for over 18’s only.

It’s a terrific line-up:

Jack Barry (MC)

Jack has recently risen to fame following his role in Mae Martin’s Netflix Comedy, Feel Good. Other TV appearances include Starstruck, Catastrophe (BBC), The Russell Howard Hour (Sky One) and The Duchess (Netflix). Jack also writes for Mock the Week. He is the resident compere at Mild Friends Comedy Club in Oxford and has supported James Acaster, Joe Lycett, Marc Maron and Russell Howard on tour. Jack will be taking his show ‘Don’t Happy Be Worry’ to this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.

Amy Gledhill

Amy is a stand-up, actor and writer and one half of the surreal double act, The Delightful Sausage, which was nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2019. In the same year, Amy was awarded the BBC Caroline Aherne Bursery for new comedy talent. TV credits include the BBC’s Life, The One Show and Alma’s not Normal, ITV’s The Emily Atack Show and Channel 4’s Harry Hill’s Clubnite. Amy has supported Jen Brister, Sophie Hagan and Lucy Beaumont on tour. ‘Great, great, great’ (Katherine Ryan).

Dinesh Nathan

Up and coming comedian, Dinesh was crowned South Coast Comedian of the Year in 2019. In 2020, he also reached the final of the Komedia New Act Award and the prestigious Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year Award. ‘Nathan is a class act’ (Chortle).

Nick Elleray

Nick is an Australian comedy writer and performer, now based in the UK. A finalist in the New Act of the Year Awards 2015, he won the Old Comedian of the Year Award (at 48!) in 2017. This year, he has been nominated for the prestigious Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year Award. ‘An under-appreciated purveyor of quality downbeat comedy…Nick Elleray is one to watch’ (Chortle). Nick is currently writing his fourth solo show for the Edinburgh Fringe.

John Kearns

John Kearns is an actor, writer and stand-up, and the only comedian to have won both the Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer followed a year later by the Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show. He has also twice been nominated for Melbourne’s prestigious Barry Award. His most recent solo show, ’Double Take and Fade Away’, has been hailed by critics as his best yet, and has sold out runs and the Soho Theatre, Battersea Arts Centre, Edinburgh Fringe and a UK Tour. TV credits include 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (C4), Guessable (Comedy Central), Top Coppers (BBC 3) and Harry Hill’s Stars in their Eyes (ITV). John has also hosted The John Kearns Show (R4) and co- written and hosted Lasties (R4) alongside Tim Key. ‘An hour of this unique act, exquisite but robust, is more rewarding than any arena stand-up’ Chortle.

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