Up The Creek comedy club to host a special night of laughs in aid of Scope
One of London’s best live comedy venues is hosting a night up stand comedy in aid of the disability charity Scope. On Monday, November 20, Up the Creek comedy club in Greenwich, is welcoming Adam Hills of Channel 4’s The Last Leg as he hosts a night of stand up comedy in aid of Joke for Scope.
An event which aims to challenge attitudes towards disability through humor, by breaking down barriers and bringing people together. Joining Adam Hills on the bill are; Rosie Jones, writer for The Last Leg. She is accompanied and TV’s 8 out of 10 cats, Dane Baptiste known for sellout runs at the Soho theatre and BBC sitcom Sunny D and Steve Day, who is perhaps Britain’s best know deaf stand-up comedian.
Tickets for the event are £14 pp and go on sale on October 21.
Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.
For more information, visit; www.up-the-creek.com
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