Giggle Aid Sheffield
A brilliant show at legendary Sheffield venue the Leadmill.
08 December 2019
- Entrance fee:
- 8.00 pm - 11.00 pm
- The Leadmill, 6 Leadmill Road, Sheffield, S1 4SE
For all enquiries, please get in touch with Helen Whale by email at HWhale@redcross.org.uk or by phone 07843 218 080
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A limited amount of general admission tickets are available for £14.00 per person.
If you wish to purchase tickets with table reservations please visit Leadmill venue (all proceeds from sales to British Red Cross).
Doors open at 7.00 pm. Show starts at 8.00 pm.
Please note that the show may not be suitable for under 18s.
Food and drinks available at the venue.
Tickets are non-refundable for this event.
Join us for a night of top-quality comedy this Christmas, starring: Rob Rouse, Jessica Fostekew, President Obonjo, Jed Salisbury and further acts to be announced, hosted by the brilliant Red Redmond.
A rib-tickling show at legendary Sheffield venue the Leadmill. With food and table seating available and a raffle and auction with exclusive items up for grabs, it’s an ideal night out for your Christmas work party and for lovers of fine comedy alike.
Bringing the merry mirth is a crack squad of hand-picked comedians:
Probably best known for his portrayal of ‘Ned Bottom’ in Ben Elton’s hit BBC 2 Shakespeare sitcom Upstart Crow, Sheffield-born Rob is also one of the best comic storytellers out there. He regularly receiving rave reviews from the critics and has been described by the Sunday Times as ‘a man with genuinely funny bones’.
Star of Motherland (BBC) and Cuckoo (BBC/Netflix), and regular co-host of the The Guilty Feminist podcast, brilliantly funny Jessica is now also shortlisted for the ‘Best Show’ Edinburgh Comedy Award 2019 – a sought-after award in the live comedy world.
The larger-than-life, uber-confident, self-appointed, side-splitting dictator of ‘Lafta Republic’ has been performing to packed crowds and critical acclaim, winning plaudits for his genius character study and attracting media attention at his recent stint at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019.
Comedian, writer and activist, Kate is a regular on panel shows and has been described as ‘one of the wittiest gun-slingers I’ve ever seen on stage’ (The Spectator).
Best Newcomer Nominee for the Chortle Awards 2019 and winner of the Amused Moose National New Comic award, Jack’s star is on the rise.
Hull-based Jed is a legend on the Yorkshire comedy circuit and his act takes audiences on a hilarious adventure through his mirth-filled journey from boy to man-child.