It Just So Happened - an alternative history show

Stand-up comedians present short historical ‘on this day’ pieces then discuss some history of the location where the live show recording takes place

IJSH04 - BRIGHTON Fringe #2 - 5th May 2019

May 19th, 2019

It Just So Happened - Show 4 - 5th May 2019.

NB CONTAINS ADULT THEMES!

Recorded at the Brighton Fringe, with guests David Robinson, Cerys Bradley and Annie Harris. Hosted by Richard Pulsford and recorded at Sweet Werks, Brighton.

Panellists perform self-penned stand-up comedy material based on 5th May in history, before discussing topics from the history of Brighton and Hove, including the first ever blue movie to survive (filmed in Hove) and the UK's first naturist beach (in Brighton).

IJSH03 - BRIGHTON Fringe #1 - 4th May 2019

May 10th, 2019

It Just So Happened - Show 3 - 4th May 2019.

Recorded at the Brighton Fringe, with guests John Rands, Vladimir McTavish, Sha Wylie and James Bennison. Hosted by Richard Pulsford and recorded at Sweet Werks, Brighton.

Panellists perform self-penned stand-up comedy material based on 4th May in history, before discussing topics from the history of Brighton and Hove, including the efficient stacking of giraffes on Noah's Ark.

IJSH02 - GLASGOW Comedy Festival - 26th March 2019

May 10th, 2019

It Just So Happened - Show 2 - 26th March 2019.

Recorded at the Glasgow Comedy Festival, with guests David Cruickshanks, Annie Gilfillan, Matt Duwell and Vladimir McTavish. Hosted by Richard Pulsford and recorded at The Iron Horse pub, Glasgow.

Panellists perform self-penned stand-up comedy material based on 26th March in history, before discussing topics from the history of Glasgow, including the 'Clockwork Orange' subway.

IJSH01 - LEICESTER Comedy Festival - 10th February 2019

May 10th, 2019

It Just So Happened - Show 1 - 10th February 2019.

Recorded at the Leicester Comedy Festival, with guests Kevin Hudson, Adham Fisher, Jack Topher and Ben Ennis. Hosted by Richard Pulsford and recorded at Wygston's House, Leicester.

Panellists perform self-penned stand-up comedy material based on 10th February in history, before discussing topics from the history of Leicester, including the recently rediscovered remains of King Richard III.