Laugh Till It Hurts in aid of Red Cross Ukraine Appeal

Wed Oct 12 2022

7:30 PM

Bloomsbury Theatre

15 Gordon Street London WC1H 0AH

Ages 16+

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Specific seats in each row will be allocated by venue on the night of the show upon arrival at the box office.

Red Cross Ukraine Appeal. Millions of people have no safe place to call home. More than 6.6 million have already left Ukraine, and it’s estimated around 8 million are displaced internally. Hundreds of thousands of people still have no food, no water, no medical care, and no heat or electricity. Red Cross teams have been working around the clock to get critical care to those who need it most, both in Ukraine and its bordering countries. With ongoing violence, an enormous number of people urgently need help right now. For further information please go to https://donate.redcross.org.uk/appeal/ukraine-crisis-appeal.

 Gordon Southern (MC) “Hugely Talented…Very Funny” Time Out.
 Paul Sinha “Wonderfully inventive and intelligent” Evening Standard.
 Simon Brodkin “There aren’t many better comedians” Telegraph.
 Geoff Norcott “He’s a class act with a mature, sharp take on modern politics” Sunday Times.
 Ivo Graham “Has star in the making coming off him like steam” The Telegraph.
 Glenn Moore “Fantastic – brilliantly performed and hysterically written” The List.
 Ria Lina “Fearless, provocative and very funny” Scotsman.
 Simon Evans Devastatingly funny” The Guardian.
 Matt Richardson “Hilarious and Charming” The Mirror.
 Pernille Haaland “Haaland is hilarious” ★★★★ Time Out.
 Tom Ward “A genuinely exciting talent” The Herald.

Line-up subject to change

The Aid Fundraiser Presents
Laugh Till It Hurts in aid of Red Cross Ukraine Appeal

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  • Gordon Southern

    Gordon Southern

    Comedy

  • Paul Sinha

    Paul Sinha

    Comedy

  • Simon Brodkin

    Simon Brodkin

    Stand-up

  • Geoff Norcott

    Geoff Norcott

    Comedy

  • Ivo Graham

    Ivo Graham

    Comedy

  • Glenn Moore

    Glenn Moore

    Comedy

  • Ria Lina

    Ria Lina

    Comedy

  • Simon Evans

    Simon Evans

    Comedy

  • Matt Richardson

    Matt Richardson

    Comedy

  • Pernille Haaland

    Pernille Haaland

    Comedy

  • Tom Ward

    Tom Ward

    Comedy

The Aid Fundraiser Presents

Laugh Till It Hurts in aid of Red Cross Ukraine Appeal

Wed Oct 12 2022 7:30 PM

Bloomsbury Theatre London
Laugh Till It Hurts in aid of Red Cross Ukraine Appeal
  • Sorry, there are currently no tickets available through TicketWeb.
  • Please check back later.

Ages 16+

Specific seats in each row will be allocated by venue on the night of the show upon arrival at the box office.

Red Cross Ukraine Appeal. Millions of people have no safe place to call home. More than 6.6 million have already left Ukraine, and it’s estimated around 8 million are displaced internally. Hundreds of thousands of people still have no food, no water, no medical care, and no heat or electricity. Red Cross teams have been working around the clock to get critical care to those who need it most, both in Ukraine and its bordering countries. With ongoing violence, an enormous number of people urgently need help right now. For further information please go to https://donate.redcross.org.uk/appeal/ukraine-crisis-appeal.

 Gordon Southern (MC) “Hugely Talented…Very Funny” Time Out.
 Paul Sinha “Wonderfully inventive and intelligent” Evening Standard.
 Simon Brodkin “There aren’t many better comedians” Telegraph.
 Geoff Norcott “He’s a class act with a mature, sharp take on modern politics” Sunday Times.
 Ivo Graham “Has star in the making coming off him like steam” The Telegraph.
 Glenn Moore “Fantastic – brilliantly performed and hysterically written” The List.
 Ria Lina “Fearless, provocative and very funny” Scotsman.
 Simon Evans Devastatingly funny” The Guardian.
 Matt Richardson “Hilarious and Charming” The Mirror.
 Pernille Haaland “Haaland is hilarious” ★★★★ Time Out.
 Tom Ward “A genuinely exciting talent” The Herald.

Line-up subject to change