, a Brighton-based queer comedian, will be taking part in this year’s Brighton Fringe Autumn Season
with his show 2020 Vision
at the Caroline of Brunswick
on Saturday, October 17
, Friday, October 30
and Saturday, October 31
Ross says: ‘I am partially sighted and a lot of my comedy is based on me sharing my experiences of this (hence the title 2020 Vision) as a lot of people misunderstand my disability and it is often hard to explain to people. I find comedy has improved my confidence so much and it has been so beneficial for my mental health.’
From tales of gay Twitter to Tinder escapades – 2020 Vision will see Ross take you on a journey through the world of LGBTQ+ culture, armed with his uke-gay-le and a series of pop parodies (sorry Ariana, Britney and ABBA)!
Ross adds: ‘In these times, it’s great that I am able to put on these shows in a safe way as I think we could all do with a laugh right now!’
WHAT: Ross Kamp‘s 2020 Vision
WHERE: Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick, 39 Ditchling Road, Brighton, BN1 4SB
WHEN: Saturday, October 17 from 5.15pm, Friday, October 30 from 8.15pm and Saturday, October 31 from 3.45pm.
BOOK: tickets £6 by CLICKING HERE