James Burns

James Burns

Granny’s Gone Wild at the Brighton Fringe

Our favourite near-octogenarian Lynn-Ruth Miller gets down and wild at the Brighton Fringe starting this weekend!  Fresh from our most recent Brighton Nights at Komedia last weekend, we can’t wait to see the full length Lynn Ruth in all her glory as she kisses goodbye to her 70's!

Directed by Bill Smith, Lynn Ruth exposes ageing for what it really is and it’s all good!  She pulls out all the stops in a cabaret night full of comedy and song that demonstrates that the best is yet to come!  Almost can’t wait to get old ourselves!

"Lynn Ruth Miller uses the blast furnace of her life to gently boil down the huge amount of experience in the crucible of her mind to leave us all with disarming golden nuggets that threaten our ideas of what is important and remind us that each precious moment is worth wringing every drop of life out of!  She shows us, vividly, that life gets better as you get older, and teaches us, in her sneaky way, that being naughty is ok…" Eric Page: Theatre Feed, 2010.

“Fantastic routine!” David Walliams

Dates: Saturday 4th to Monday 6th May, Wednesday 22nd to Friday 24th May

Time: 9.30pm

Venue: Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester St, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1TF. Fringe Venue 95

Book tickets £10 and concs £8 HERE


'Stories with Tea' – Lynn Ruth's tales show you how to discover the magic in all our lives, filled with laughter and tears, seasoned with an unvarnished dose of reality.  Join her for tea and listen to how it once was and still is today. Sundays 5th,12th, and19th May at 4.00 pm also at The Latest Music Bar, £6 including tea and biscuits. 

We'll be joining forces with the brilliant Lynn Ruth when she takes part in our live panel show, Sex, Lies & Lots of Cake for some lunchtime fun at 1.00pm on Saturday 25th May at Komedia, also part of the Brighton Fringe

Pictured: Lynn Ruth Miller

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