Stand Up for Women

Tuesday 4th June in Bloomsbury Theatre, London, Eaves events

An evening of comedy in support of Eaves

Eaves’ fourth evening of stand up to raise money for vulnerable women.

Following three sold-out evenings of world class stand-up, comedian and feminist James Mullinger once again presents Stand Up for Women. The evening promises to showcase some of the best talent in stand up from both well-known and up-and-coming comedians. There is something for all tastes at this increasingly popular gig in support of Eaves.

Expect tear-inducing laughter, high-energy performances and more acts for your money than any other comedy night this side of the M25. Book now to avoid disappointment.

  • Isy Suttie (Star of C4’s Peep Show and Shameless)
  • Robin Ince
  • Sara Pascoe (Star of BBC1’s Live At The Apollo)
  • Luisa Omielan (Star of hit, sold out show What Would Beyonce Do?)
  • Abi Roberts (Star of The Vagina Monologues)
  • Mary Bourke (“One of the best acts in the country” GQ)
  • Carl Donnelly (As seen on Mock The Week and Russell Howard’s Good News)
  • Simon Clayton (As seen on Jo Brand: Through The Cakehole, Harry Hill’s Fruit Fancies and Is It Bill Bailey? “Very skilful stand up” Time Out)
  • Brenda Gilhooly (As seen on Harry Hill’s TV Burp)
  • Kate Smurthwaite
  • Special TV Guest Who Cannot Be Named
  • And many many more acts to come!

MC: James Mullinger (“The exuberant quality of his stand up makes him one to watch” The Guardian “Something of a sensation. Expect the anecdotes to come thick, fast and raucously funny.” Evening Standard)

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For more information please contact Zoe Durnford at Zoe.Durnford@eavesforwomen.org.uk

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