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Tue Oct 1 2013
If you're in need of some proper festive cheer, look no further than this top notch charity gig featuring a stunning line-up of comics. The ridiculously good bill includes big-collared comedy god and 'X Factor'-enthusiast Harry Hill, Foster's Award-winner Bridget Christie, 'Alan Partridge' sidekick Tim Key, Sara Pascoe, Joe Lycett, John Kearns, Liam Williams, Pat Cahill, Will Franken, Lou Sanders, Bec Hill, Valdemar Pustelnik and hosts Karl Schultz and Joz Norris. Wowsers indeed. They're all joining forces at Bethnal Green Working Men's Club to raise money for a drug diversion initiative for young adults at Barking Salvation Army.
- Rated as: 4/5
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