Stand Up at The O2 – Live performance from comedian Suzi Ruffell

A new comedy series set to begin at the end of September will see stand-up routines take place on top of one of London’s most famous attractions.

Stand Up at The O2, a series of stand-up comedy routines will offer audiences the chance to enjoy exclusive performances on top of the O2 Arena in Greenwich.

The popular outdoor attraction along with comedian Suzi Ruffell will host the events, during which she will perform an intimate set of exclusive material, with every guest surrounded by 360-degree, panoramic views of the capital.

Visitors will climb up to the roof of The O2 where they will watch Suzi Ruffell’s comedy set and climb back down to Base Camp.

Suzi Ruffell has established herself as an upcoming comedic talent completing five sell-out runs at Edinburgh Fringe Festival and finishing the second series of her popular podcast Out With Suzi Ruffell.

With the Fringe Festival cancelled this year, Stand Up at The O2 is the perfect alternative for those seeking their comedy fix or simply some light-hearted entertainment.

The events will take place at 7pm and 7.30pm on September 19 and 26 and October 3.

Suzi Ruffell said: “The O2 is such an iconic venue for comedy so I’m very excited to be playing on the roof at Up at The O2 – I think it’s going to be a lot of fun.”

Dan Hurst, head of attractions – Up at The O2 said: “We are really excited about the launch of Stand Up at The O2, and our attraction is the perfect location for guests to feel safe and at ease in the spacious, open air while enjoying a hilarious evening of comedy. We’re also thrilled to be collaborating with Suzi on this event and it’s a great chance for comedy fans to come, see and laugh along as she performs her material.”


Please support your local paper by making a donation

 

 

Please make cheques payable to “MSI Media Limited” and send by post to South London Press, Unit 112, 160 Bromley Road, Catford, London SE6 2NZ


Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has encouraged everyone in the country who can afford to do so to buy a newspaper, and told the Downing Street press briefing recently: “A free country needs a free press, and the newspapers of our country are under significant financial pressure”.

So if you have enjoyed reading this story, and if you can afford to do so, we would be so grateful if you can buy our newspaper or make a donation, which will allow us to continue to bring stories like this one to you both in print and online.

Everyone at the South London Press thanks you for your continued support.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *