Stand-up comedians fight loneliness at Brighton charity gig

Zoe Lyons. Picture by Steve Ullathorne
Zoe Lyons. Picture by Steve Ullathorne

Zoe Lyons and her fellow stand-ups are raising money for lonely and vulnerable people at Brighton Komedia’s next Charity Chuckle.

The evening starts at 8pm on Tuesday, February 9, and proceeds will go to Brighton & Hove Impetus (www.bh-impetus.org).

This is probably Charity Chuckle’s last gig so, to celebrate, the promoters have organised a spectacular line-up of TV and award-winning comedians.

The show features Zoe Lyons, Harriet Kemsley, Bobby Mair, Yuriko Kotani, David James, a brand new act and a special mystery headliner.

Visit www.charitychuckle.co.uk for further details.

Impetus is a local charity working to reduce isolation and improve the wellbeing of people in Brighton and Hove.

Members support some of the city’s most marginalised people, including older people, adults with physical and learning disabilities and people with mental health problems, by providing opportunities to connect to the local community through befriending, social groups, volunteering, and advocacy.

Tickets cost £10 (£5 conc). Call 0845 293 8480 or visit komedia.co.uk/brighton/whats-on.

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