Comedy for a Cure

We’re sorry to let you know that our Comedy for a Cure events have been postponed.

We plan to hold the rescheduled event in the Autumn and hope you will be available to join us for the new date. We’ll let you know as soon as the new date is confirmed.

Join us for a night of laugh-out-loud comedy and help find a cure for all types of brain tumours.  

This July, we’re holding three rib-tickling gigs with sets from stand-out comedians. Enjoy their sensational sets and feel good knowing that your great night out will help us fund the fight to find a cure. 


Check out the full line-up and buy your tickets by clicking on your preferred venue below.

The Brickmakers, Norwich 

Wednesday 17th July

Doors open from 6:30pm, start time is 8pm

In the driving seat is seasoned compere and radio presenter James Cook with his original mix of wit and sarcasm. While bringing the house down will be award-winning comic Nathan Caton – you might recognise him from his numerous TV and radio appearances, including Russell Howard’s Good News and The Comedy Store – and Geoff Norcott, whose regular appearances on Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week and The Mash Report are always a smash hit.

Tickets are £15 each

The Bierkeller, Manchester   

Thursday 18th July  

Doors open from 6:30pm, start time is 8pm

Our host will be Spiky Mike, resident compere on the club scene with more than a thousand shows under his belt. While delivering some side-splitting one-liners will be Britain's Got Talent and BBC New Comedy Award winner Lost Voice Guy, and fresh from supporting Jason Manford on tour, Best Female Stand-Up nominee Allyson June Smith is sure to have you in hysterics.

Tickets are £15 each