February will be a busy month for comedy fans in Brighton with the arrival of a host of top comedians including Josie Long and Stewart Lee.
They will follow hot on the heels of Jack Whitehall who will be bringing his show from 29-30 January.
Critically acclaimed comedian Stewart Lee will be performing at the venue for a full four nights from 23-26 February.
His latest tour Content Provider comes after his BBC 2 show Comedy Vehicle aired its final series in March.
Lee, who made his name as one half comedy due Lee and Herring, is known for his long-form jokes and dry sense of humour.
He has been previewing the show since the autumn and his Brighton dates follow a longer run at London’s Leicester Square Theatre.
It is his first full-length show since 2012’s Carpet Remnant World.
Josie Long says her show Something Better is “about optimism and happiness”.
She has already performed it during a sell-out London run which was transferred to New York.
Josie Long has been nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy award three times and is also known for her acting work in the original two series of Skins.
She’ll be on stage on 11 February at 8pm.
Whitehall, Lee and Long will join comedians David O’Doherty (10 Feb), Miles Jupp (3 Feb) and Rob Beckett (9 April) performing at the Brighton Dome this spring.
Tickets can be booked here