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16 June 2010, 11:02 | Updated: 18 June 2010, 12:13
Noel Fielding, Steve Coogan, Simon Evans, Andi Osho, Count Artur Strong and Seann Walsh will come together for a comedy event in support of the Brighton and Hove charity Amaze. This is the only time the comedians will perform together in a unique show on Thurs 17th in Brighton.
BIG CHEER for Amaze! Steve Coogan, Noel Fielding, Simon Evans, Andi Osho, and Seann Walsh.
Noel Fielding joins Steve Coogan in Brighton for the BIG CHEER for Amaze on Thurs 17th.
The first of the Amaze annual stand-up comedy events in association with Baby Cow Productions Limited (producers of Gavin and Stacey, The Mighty Boosh, Nighty Night and Saxondale, owned and run by Henry Normal and Steve Coogan).
An amazingly strong and funny line up featuring Alan Partridge. The only time they will all perform together in a totally unique show.
Henry Normal and wife Angela have recently become patrons of Amaze. They live in Brighton and have a 12 year old son with autism. They have benefited from Amaze's support and they now want to give something back.
Angela Pell says 'Unless you have a child with a disability or special needs, it can be difficult to realize just how isolating; surreal and often a challenge it can be even just doing the most regular of things. Amaze work small miracles every day, helping to make life a little easier for a lot of families in the area. It's brilliant to be able to help organise an event like this for them!'
Joanna Martindale Director of Amaze says' This is a new venture for us and very exciting, we are looking forward to a night of big laughs with comedy fans in for a special treat'. All of us, staff and volunteers at Amaze are very grateful to Angela and Henry for this fantastic opportunity to help support our work with families in Brighton and Hove.
There are still tickets available for the BIG CHEER, taking place on Thursday 17th June at Brighton Dome Concert Hall from 8pm until 10.30pm.Tickets are £25 or £15 for students and available via Brighton Dome Website or from Brighton Dome Ticket Office, New Road, Brighton. 01273 709709 NB: May not be suitable for under 16's