Comedy for a Cure tickets on sale now

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A string of comedy nights featuring a host of TV’s funniest entertainers are being held to help fund the fight to find a cure for all types of brain tumours.

This July, Comedy for a Cure will see shows take place in Norwich and Manchester, with more to follow, in aid of Brain Tumour Research.

On Wednesday 17th July, seasoned compere James Cook will take to the stage at The Brickmakers on Sprowston Road, Norwich alongside award-winning stand-up Nathan Caton and Mock the Week and Live at the Appollo regular Geoff Norcott.

And bringing down the house on Thursday 18th July at The Bierkeller in the heart of Manchester’s vibrant Printworks will be Britain’s Got Talent winner Lee Ridley, aka Lost Voice Guy, and Best Female Stand-Up nominee Allyson June Smith, who has toured with the likes of Jason Manford, all hosted by club compere Spiky Mike.

Join us for night of laugh-out-loud comedy and get a double dose of feel good in knowing your fun is helping to fund vital research into finding better outcomes for brain tumour patients.

Tickets are on sale now for £15 per person. Get yours before it’s too late!

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