Tuesday, 8 July 2008

Charity comedy gig at the Bloomsbury theatre, this Sunday

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A quick note from New Humanist contributor and stand-up comedian Robin Ince - he's involved in a charity benefit gig this Sunday (13 July, 7pm) at the Bloomsbury Theatre, alongside Jo Brand, Jo Neary, Jo Enright, Tim Minchin, Ed Byrne, Milton Jones, Steve Merchant, Mark Steel, Mat Holness and Dan Antopolski.

They'll be raising money for William's Fund, which was set up in memory of William Dodd who sadly died of cancer aged 4 years and 9 months. The money will go to the Childhood Cancer Research Fund, so you'd be seeing a great night of comedy and sending some cash the way of an excellent cause.

Tickets are £20 (£15 concessions) and you can book them online.

Speaking of Robin Ince, why not read his obituary of the great American comedian George Carlin from our new issue.


nawaf said...

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