Comic Relief launches its own comedy club. | New monthly night in London

Comic Relief launches its own comedy club.

New monthly night in London

Comic Relief has launched its own comedy club.

The monthly mixed-bill comedy night will be held on the third Tuesday of every month – starting next week –  at the intimate Albany pub in Great Portland Street, Central London.

The first bill comprises Ahir Shah (pictured), Lucy Pearman, Chloe Petts, Giants, Travis Jay and MC Joe Sutherland.

Previously the charity has focussed on much bigger events, such as  this year’s Comic Relief Spectacular at the SSE Arena, Wembley which featured  the likes of Alan Carr, Sir Lenny Henry, Russell Howard, Romesh Ranganathan and Jimmy Carr.

Tickets for the club night will be £6 plus booking fee and are avaliable here.

Published: 17 Oct 2019

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