A Well Known Comedian and Some Colleagues Doing Their Comedy for a Great Cause
  • West End

An evening of stand-up comedy with stars of many of the funniest shows on TV helping to raise awareness of neurofibromatosis, an incurable genetic condition affecting 1 in every 3,000 people.

This established event has previously boasted major comedy names such as Daniel Kitson, Stewart Lee, Adam Buxton, Nick Helm, Kevin Eldon and Tony Law on the bill, and this year's line up continues in our tradition of top class acts all lending their support to this fantastic cause.

Featuring:

ED GAMBLE (Mock the Week, Man Down)

PHIL WANG (Netflix Comedy Line Up, Live at the Apollo)

LOU SANDERS (Live from the BBC, Alan Davies As Yet Untitled)

BRETT GOLDSTEIN (Drunk History, Uncle)

TOM ROSENTHAL (Friday Night Dinner, Plebs)

FERN BRADY (The Russell Howard Hour, Roast Battle)

SIMON MUNNERY (The Alternative Comedy Experience, Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle)

+ VERY SPECIAL GUEST

Line up subject to change.

For more information about neurofibromatosis please visit www.nfauk.org

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