Cracking Comedy In Aid of Women and Children First
Come and enjoy a night of great comedy to help support women, children, mothers and babies in the world’s poorest communities.
Date: Monday 13th May, 7:30pm
Venue: Leicester Square Theatre, London
Running time: 3 hours
Tickets: £22 (booking fees apply)
The sensational line-up of comedians includes:
Josh is best known from the twice BAFTA nominated, award winning Channel 4 series The Last Leg, as well as his critically acclaimed BBC sitcom JOSH and as team captain on BBC 2’s Insert Name Here.
A regular on our screens, Josh is also host of cult 90s football podcast Quickly Kevin and is touring his new stand-up show Bit Much… in Autumn.
“His talent for comedy is priceless” - Evening Standard
The charmingly straight-talking, quick-witted Kerry is one of the country’s best comedians. She’s been on Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, Live at the Apollo and Taskmaster, winning the latest series.
Kerry also acts, most recently seen on ITV’s Bad Move with Jack Dee, and was in Channel 4’s Derek, along with Ricky Gervais.
“A great comic who oozes personality” - Evening Standard
Watch clips of Kerry performing
An Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner (formerly the Perrier Award) in 2017, John hosts a weekly show on Radio X along with friend and fellow comedian, Elis James.
You will also have seen him on TV, on shows including Mock the Week, Live at the BBC and Russell Howard’s Good News. He’s touring the country later this year with his brand-new show, Hot Shame.
"Hugely Entertaining” - The Mirror
Jess is one of Britain’s leading impressionists. She appeared on Britain’s Got Talent and made her way to the live shows with fantastic impressions of musicians, including Adele, Kate Bush and Cheryl.
Jess has also appeared on TV shows including Dead Ringers, The Imitation Game and Murder in Successville.
“The most exciting impressionist” - Rory Bremner
Laura starred in the Christmas special Live at the Apollo and won the Comedians Choice Award as Best Performer in 2018.
She often hosts and MCs at The Comedy Store, has sold out shows at the Soho Theatre and is set to perform her new show at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.
“A Joy” - The Independent
Watch clips of Laura performing
Sarah is an award winning stand up comedian who performs live regularly across the UK. She has performed stand-up on The Now Show (BBC Radio 4), and featured on the BBC and Comedy Central.
Her 2018 debut Edinburgh Fringe show, Dark Horse, won Herald Angel and Pleasance Theatre awards. She was also nominated Best Newcomer.
“Utterly engaging” - The Telegraph
Watch clips of Sarah performing
Dane made comedy history in 2014 as the first black British act to be nominated for a Comedy Award at the Edinburgh Fringe.
He’s been seen on Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week and 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown. He has also written and starred in his own BBC Three sitcom, Sunny D.
“Observational comedy at its finest” - The Independent
Watch clips of Dane performing
Flo & Joan
Flo & Joan are the British musical comedy duo (and sisters) Nicola and Rosie Dempsey.
The piano/percussion pair have headlined and played to sold-out audiences in Canada and the UK. They won Chortle’s Best Music and Variety Act Award in 2018. Flo & Joan are also performing at the Latitude Festival this Summer.
“Will have you howling with laughter one minute, wiping away a tear the next” - The Telegraph
Australian-born and London-based, Bec has gained a cult following thanks to her award-winning solo shows. She has a talent for incorporating arts and crafts into her stand-up routines, creating a style she calls ‘paper-puppetry’.
Bec’s one-liners often feature in best joke lists in places such as The Telegraph, The Guardian and BuzzFeed. She’s also the creator of Pun Run, a pun-based comedy night.
“There’s something special about her” - The Times
Watch clips of Bec performing
Giants are a sketch comedy double act, made up of Barney Fishwick and Will Hislop.
Listed by The Metro as one of their 'Top Three Sketch Shows' of the Fringe and picked by The Guardian as one of their 'Shows We Recommend', Giants are funny, inventive, sometimes dark, and always stupid.
“In everything they do, the pair have spark and energy” - Chortle
Please note that line-up is subject to change. Age: 16+