10/04/19: Get your tickets to this year’s GynaeComedy!

GynaeComedy

Following last year’s remarkable sell-out success, women’s cancer charity, The Eve Appeal, is holding their second, annual GynaeComedy on Wednesday 10th April!

Get ready for an evening of laughing at things we shouldn’t laugh at and plenty of vagina banter all whilst raising awareness of gynae cancers.

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The awesome line-up so far includes:

GynaeComedy - Adam Kay Photo NameAdam Kay

Award-winning performer and author of the multi-award winning, million-copy bestseller book “This is Going to Hurt”, an honest and hilarious account of his time as a junior doctor in obstetrics and gynaecology.

GynaeComedy - Jen Brister Photo NameJen Brister

Critically acclaimed stand-up comedian, writer and actor. Jen has written and performed five solo shows around the world, including at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Festival.

GynaeComedy - Luisa Omielan Photo NameLuisa Omielan

Stand-up comedian who epitomises female empowerment. The creator of three iconic solo shows – “What would Beyoncé Do?!”, “Am I Right Ladies?!” and “Politics for Bitches”, Luisa has multiple 5 star reviews to her name and a fiercely loyal fan base.

GynaeComedy - Karen Hobbs Photo NameKaren Hobbs

Comedian, writer and the number one fan of her vagina. She was diagnosed with cervical cancer at 24, and now performs stand-up comedy about the whole debacle for a) attention and b) in order to squash the stigma that surrounds having a disease in-between your legs.


Tickets are £20 per person. Don’t miss out on getting your tickets while you can!

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With your support you can help The Eve Appeal to continue funding their ground-breaking research into prevention, risk prediction and early detection of the five gynaecological cancers whilst also raising much-needed awareness of these cancers, and their key signs and symptoms.

For more information about The Eve Appeal please visit www.eveappeal.org.uk

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