Stand Spotlight - New Beginnings - In Aid of Tyneside Housing Association

@ The Stand Comedy Club

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03 April 2017

19:00

£5

For each Stand Spotlight we invite some of the best up and coming comedians to shine a light on a different topic, tying in with our charity theme. Be the first to see this brand new material – and your ticket money goes to a good cause!

This show will centre on the topic ‘New Beginnings’. Ticket money will be donated to Tyne Housing Association Ltd, a local project that provides Byker Bridge House emergency hostel and the Joseph Cowen Healthcare Centre and Workshop to help people experiencing homelessness get back on their feet. Please join us to support brand new comedy from the stars of tomorrow and raise money for their vital work!

With Stanley Brooks, Julie Grady Thomas, Kevin Carr, Neil Harris, Julian Lee, Izzy Moulder and host Sean Turner

To ensure the maximum amount of money reaches the charity, we are not taking advance payments for this show. Tickets are £5 and can be reserved by calling our Box Office on 0191 300 9700

Hot food available in the club or why not treat yourself to some pre-show dining at The Stand Bistro open Mon/Tues from 5pm (show nights only), Wed-Sat from 11am and noon on Sundays.

Venue
The Stand Comedy Club
31 High Bridge
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 1EW

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