Market Place

Market Place
Market Place, Faversham, Kent, ME13 7AG
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Events at this venue

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Big Fat Gay: Work In Progress

Martin breathes new life into his show BIG FAT GAY. This is comedy about being gay and fat and totally fine as well. In his usual candid, hilarious style, Martin talks about his experience with body confidence and sexuality. ♿ This venue is wheelchair accessible

Tue 25 Oct

£6

The Bleeding Obvious

What happens when you tumble out of the big pink closet and across the LGBTQ+ spectrum in a sprawling queer heap? Well, life is never quite as straight as it seems! Yorkshire lesbian Jessica Rowbottom (aka The Bleeding Obvious) endeavours to describe the experience with original songs and tales which are sometimes funny…

Fri 28 Oct

£6

Five Funny People Over 50

Does life begin at 50? Ribs Norman thinks so. This year she celebrated her 50th birthday by doing…nothing. OK, so maybe life begins at 50 and a bit. She’s finally got round to a belated celebration and has gathered a few equally aged comedy chums together for some laughs, banter and we forget what else. Come on, we’re…

Sun 30 Oct

£6

Harry Wright: Smalltown Boy

A celebration of queerness and not 'fitting in'. Harry explores their autism and their sexuality, and how these intersect with their class identity, growing up in a deprived area of Yorkshire. Harry has never been able to find a good male role model and examines how sex, relationships and music have helped them become a…

Thu 27 Oct

£6

How to be a World Class Poet in One Hour with Andy Gilbert

The UK's number one poetry teacher delivers a masterclass of poetic fun. Expect vulgarity, hilarity and leaving with all you need to become a 'World Class' poet. 'Pam Ayres for the filthy minded' -Buxton Fringe Review 2022 ♿ This venue is wheelchair accessible

Sun 30 Oct

£6

It Just So Happened

The alternative history show. 3 stand-up comedians perform history-themed 'on this day' sets before discussing topics from Faversham's history with the host, award-winning stand-up comedian Richard Pulsford (Top Ten EdFringe jokes 2019, 2021 & 2022). Recorded for podcast. Website: itjustsohappened.co.uk…

Fri 28 Oct

£6

Jacob's Ladder

Flat-footed, dyslexic, self-doubting comedy graduate seeks audience for an afternoon of whimsical fun, stepping out on the rungs of his life. Apply Within. Jacob Hulland receives a vision of a ladder. On the rungs, he sees images of Professor Brian Cox insulting a fortune-telling fish, flashbacks of his bemusing time as a…

Wed 26 Oct

£6

Joe Wells - I Am Autistic

Joe is not a "person with comedy"; he’s a comedian. Nor is he a "person with autism"; he’s autistic. His video Having a Brother Who is Not Autistic went viral, with over 2 million views. Support for Frankie Boyle and Alexei Sayle. 'Some of the most surprising and thought-provoking material coming from any comedian…

Sun 30 Oct

£6

Kidz Klub

Join award winning comedians Adam & Campbell as they take you on a journey filled with comedy and magic! The perfect show for kids and adults with no bad language and big, big laughs!

Sat 29 Oct

£6–£20

Sun 30 Oct

£6–£20

Magic Baldy's Halloween Magic Show

Halloween themed magic and comedy for children and families - as seen on CBBC and Britain's Got Talent! ♿ This venue is wheelchair accessible

Sat 29 Oct

£6–£20

Martin Westgate: Apparently

Recently single dad and just been thrusted into the comedy world full time. Can he do it? Can he adjust to this new world? Apparently he can! Join Martin in a joke heavy show about his new life. ♿ This venue is wheelchair accessible

Sat 29 Oct

£6

Mel Byron: Standing at the Back

Self-doubt? Low self-esteem? Well, this sounds cheery. But what gives some of us The Swagger? And can the rest of us get it? After decades standing at the back, Mel Byron decided it was time to step forward and learn how to let her light shine. But where do you even find the light? Laugh along with recognition as Mel…

Sun 30 Oct

£6

One Man And His Dog

Seasoned stand-up Ed Mulvey (30), shares a bill with Rover the dog (8), the UK's only working dog comedian. Come for the comedy, stay for the comedy, roll over for the comedy! Ed performed at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe and Brighton Fringe as well as the Camden Fringe 2021. 'Quirky, relevant' -Steve Bennett, Chortle…

Fri 28 Oct

£6

Resten Er Stilhed

Experience dystopian themes and one of Shakespeare's most famous plays in InterAct Production's Resten Er Stilhed! In this adaptation of Hamlet, audiences will find themselves in the centre of a power struggle. This immersive production turns the Danish tragedy on its head by exploring what might have happened if Hamlet…

Fri 28 Oct

£6

The Ruffian on the Stair

Joe Orton's first and quite astounding play. 1963. Seedy bedsit. Joycie, ex-prostitute, is terrorised by… Well, who? Warning; this brilliant yet rarely performed dark comedy contains all the violence, sex and devilish adult language you’d expect from “The Oscar Wilde of The Welfare State”. Oh - and a very loud gun. It…

Sat 29 Oct

£8

Second Wind

Second Wind – poetry by four accomplished poets, with national and international success, whose work celebrates the second chances of life through individual voices and imaginations: Mary Anne Smith Sellen’s work has been recognised in national and international competitions, and also widely published. Fiona Sinclair’s…

Wed 26 Oct

£6

Si Deaves - Si-Clops

‘Si-Clops’ is the show where comedian Si-Deaves talks about briefly losing vision in one eye as the result of a surgery to “fix something simple”, then we follow the journey of him regaining his vision to an impressively moderate standard. While he regains some perspective in his vision he also gets some deeper…

Thu 27 Oct

£6

A Star is Bald

Join El Baldiniho (as seen on ITV and BT Sport) for an hour of comedy magic, prop gags, puns, music and general hilarity. ♿ This venue is wheelchair accessible

Sat 29 Oct

£6

The Supermarket Poems

Anthony White is a spoken-word poet based in Folkestone. He returns to Faversham Fringe after last year's The Deathbed Poet with a new show of poems both serious and frivolous about supermarkets and what goes on in them. ♿ This venue is wheelchair accessible

Thu 27 Oct

£6

Ukc@Fff

The students of the University of Kent Stand Up Comedy Society take to the stage at the Faversham Fringe Festival! With each student doing their own set, we promise to offer you a 1st class night of laughter and fun! ♿ This venue is wheelchair accessible

Tue 25 Oct

£6