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GALHA Gala Comedy Evening

5th December 2014 · 7:30pm - 9:30pm

In person | Virtual event

 GALHA Gala Comedy Evening

Raising funds for The Albert Kennedy Trust

A very special ‘Galha gala’ evening of comedy to raise funds for the Albert Kennedy Trust – the charity for homeless LGBT youth.

Tickets: £5 on the door – all proceeds going to the Albert Kennedy Trust.

Stephen Bailey

‘Guilty Pleasure’ (Daily Record), Stephen Bailey, as seen on Celebrity Big Brothers Bit on the Side, is making noise on the comedy circuit by being fun, charming and sassy. A skilled improviser, Stephen is ‘annoyingly sharp’ (The New Current) and is known for mixing up his material covering everything from celeb antics, to his relationships with those in his life and often adds some local flavour. His performances are ‘warm and affectionate yet no less biting in its wit’ (The Gay UK)

‘Instantly likeable’ (Chortle), he is quickly establishing himself as a solid warm up artist who is ‘Truly Unique’ (Jane McDonald, Loose Women); having warmed up for ITV (Loose Women & Let’s Lunch with Gino and Mel) and BBC3.
Madame Magenta

Do you want one last chat with your dear, dead granny? Are you profoundly lonely? Do you smell? Psychic, medium, whyte wytch and celebrated author Madame Magenta can help you! Terms and conditions apply. Character comic and 2013 New Act of the Year finalist Lindsay Sharman brings a boisterous examination of a world built on lies. ‘Utterly delightful and funny. Very funny’ (List). ‘Rubber-faced … funny boned’ (Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard). ‘Five Stars’ (Gay Times).

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