A Little Loving Hurts No One


A Little Loving Hurts No One

The Caroline of Brunswick

39 Ditchling Road
Upper Lounge: MAY 10 at 22:45 (60 min) - Pay What You Can Tickets from £5

A Little Loving Hurts No One

The Walrus

10 Ship Street
Basement Room: MAY 12 at 17:30 (60 min) - Pay What You Can Tickets from £5
Basement Room: MAY 16 at 21:25 (60 min) - Pay What You Can Tickets from £5
Raised Room: MAY 9 at 21:30 (60 min) - Pay What You Can Tickets from £5
Raised Room: MAY 11, 18 at 22:45 (60 min) - Pay What You Can Tickets from £5

A Little Loving Hurts No One

The Windmill

69 Upper North Street
Upstairs: MAY 17 at 23:15 (60 min) - Pay What You Can Tickets from £5

A Little Loving Hurts No One

In A Little Loving Hurts No One, Mustafa Algiyadi manoeuvres through the European way of life from the lens of a Libyan Arab, longing so bad to be part of it, yet confronted with some cultural differences that makes it....confusing! 😕

If you are up for deconstructing people's behaviours, talk about religion, meditation, velvet sofas and to learn how to deal with annoying people then you got to see this stand up comedy show and enjoy all that with laughters along the way. 😂

Mustafa Algiyadi is the co-founder of the first weekly and longest running English Stand Up Comedy Club 🎤 in Munich. Mustafa's humour is eclectic, spanning the spectrum from the silliest to the darkest, all mixed with a semi intellectual demeanour, that adds to the severe imposter syndrome that he has.

In 2022, Mustafa Algiyadi performed to an audience of 5600 people 🌍 and completed tours in Germany 🇩🇪, Austria 🇦🇹, and Malta🇲🇹. His recent performance at Brighton Fringe Festival 2023 🎭 marked the debut of his full hour, where he made 22 performances throughout the festival and sold out several shows! 👏

Voice Mag Review: 4 stars


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Audience Reviews:

-Hilarious!! Clever, well thought out and excellently delivered. Brilliant comedian - must tell all my friends! Anjli (Brighton)

-Blessed, funny style Bro!

-Enjoyed. Love you from Dan and Mika

-We loved Mustafa’s gentle ribbing…

-Very characteristic and amazing energy

-Awesome. Very funny, recommended!

-Really enjoyed it! So much fun and affordable for broke student :)

-Absolutely hysterical!! Will you marry me?!

-Great standup journey! Did not stop laughing! Great jokes! Thank you :)

-Excellent great job! Sam

-Loved it!

-Fun fun fun! :)

-It was such a joy to meet you and it is so easy to see that you are a wonderful human being a "funny" comedian!

-Genuinely very funny. I loved it!

-So funny! Very sharp and characteristic with great observations

-The show was great fun - very topical jokes and I had tears from laughter! We'd definitely recommend!

-Super engaging and hilarious!

-Mustafa was articulate! Impressed you kept the crowd going when it was quiet.

-Amazing show! Made some uncomfortable topics fun in the weirdest of ways!

-Meditation scene was my fave, gave me a good giggle. Great energy <3

-Absolutely fantastic, a hidden gem!

-Hopefully you won’t to “Ka-kaa” me by the end! Just kidding, good luck!

-Loved the risque edge to the show. Ready to risk awkward moments for a laugh!

-Really great improv and quick witted :)

-Fantastically funny and quick witted. Big up Essex.

-Such a great show! Couldn’t stop laughing the whole hour. Best way to spend the evening :)

-Review sandwich: very funny, bit self-deprecating, marry me!

-Extremely funny and entertaining! A fringe delight x

-Seems like a really chill dude and funny stuff! would recommend :)

-Really amazing - the best comedy I’ve seen at the Fringe for years! Bill

-Stumbled across Mustafa at the Brighton Fringe and had so much fun. Refreshing, slick, entertaining and authentic. Highly recommended xxx

-Brilliant! Mustafa, Libyans are known to be funny in Arabic, so to hear you do it in English was amazing! Fantastic!

-Very lovely and original <3 <3

-Laughed a lot, really funny guy.

-Super lustig, especially the sofa story.

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Ticket types this year are Paid, Pay What You Can and Free - this is how it works: Paid: The show is fully ticketed and you pay in advance or on the door; Pay What You Can: You can choose to buy a ticket in advanced to guarantee entry and what to pay over a minimum amount OR turn up at the venue to get in for free in any space that is left; Free: The show is free entry and can be ticketed or unticketed. Watch the show, and the performer will ask for donations at the end for those that would like to contribute.