Former Police Sergeant turned stand-up comedian Alfie Moore brings his The Naked Stun show to Brighton Comedy Festival next month.
The show will take place at 7.30pm on 23 October at the Brighton Dome Studio Theatre.
This year’s Brighton Comedy Festival will feature 70 performances across 16 days at the Dome, Komedia and The Old Market.
Other acts will include Dara O Briain, Ed Byrne, Lee Nelson, One Man Breaking Bad, Nina Conti, John Lloyd, Milton Jones, Jason Byrne, Rob Beckett, Festival of the Spoken Nerd, Hardeep Singh Kohli, James Acaster, Nish Kumar, Joe Lycett, Beardyman, Tommy Tiernan, Fred MacAuley, The Thinking Drinkers Club and Sean Kelly from Storage Wars.
We caught up with Alfie to find out what he likes to watch to relax between shows…
TV show that reminds you of your childhood:
“Time Tunnel was a US series and the repeats hit our screens in the 70’s. Operation Tic-Toc consisted of two cool dude doctors going into a psychedelic tunnel and going back in time for a 30 minute adventure every week. Loved it.”
TV show that reminds you of being a teenager:
“Had to be Top of the Pops. There was no such thing as anti-social behaviour between 7.30 and 8pm on Thursday because every single teenager in the country was watching this show.”
Favourite TV show to cheer you up:
Favourite TV show to watch before going to sleep:
“Newsnight. They will cover some interesting stuff but at some point it’s bound to get boring (especially now the Paxman has gone) and it’s a natural sedative to send you off to bed.”
Favourite “guilty pleasure” TV show:
“Celebrity Big Brother. There’s something quite naughty but nice about watching the rich and famous show their vulnerabilities and let their mask slip.”
TV show that you find most addictive:
“Come Dine With Me. (Someone just down the road from me had the team in and I turned into a nosey curtain-twitching neighbour for the night.)”
Favourite TV show to watch hungover:
“Either Coast or Canal Journeys, where I can just look effortlessly at the pictures (with the sound off!).”
Axed TV show that you most wish would return:
“Show Me the Funny. I got an early stand-up break when I got to the final stages in 2011. It was like an X Factor for comedians but sadly ITV only ran one series.”