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Big laughs promised at Mencap Liverpool charity night in the city

Lorra Lorra Laughs!!! MENCAP Liverpool Comedy Night returns with headline act Sam Avery

Big laughs promised at Mencap Liverpool charity night in the city

Local charity Mencap Liverpool, who provide a range of support services for adults with learning disabilities and those on the autistic spectrum in the city, will be holding their third annual Comedy night on Wednesday 18th May starting at 7pm, at LEAF on Bold St. The event is back by popular demand after two previous successful events.

The night will be a great fundraiser for the charity who have signed up brilliant local comedians,including headline act Sam Avery and MC for the evening Dave Twentyman. It is hoped that many supporters will join the charity for a fantastic evening of laughs, giggles and brilliant comedy, whilst raising money for the local Liverpool charity.

Comedian Sam Avery commented: “I’m really looking forward to the night, it’s a top line up for a really good cause.”

The event is being supported by Barclays staff from the local contact centre in Wavertree. 

"I'm really looking forward to the night, it's a top line up for a really good cause."
Sam Avery

Mencap Liverpool chief executive, Sarah Jones commented: "Our comedy night is a really popular event which raises lots of much needed funds. It gives everyone the chance to have a laugh and the money we raise makes a big difference to the work we can do with local people who have a learning disability. I can’t wait for this year!"

Tickets are now available through Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mencap-liverpool-comedy-night-2016-tickets-20700158732?aff=erelexpmlt or by calling into the Mencap Liverpool Office on Lydia Ann Street in the city and cost just £10.00 (a booking fee applies if booking through website).

To find out more about how to get involved please contact Kevin Byrne on 0151 707 8582 or kevin.byrne@mencapliverpool.org.uk


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