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Comic Relief is hosting an incredible night of stand-up comedy next year.
The one-off event, raising funds for the much-beloved charity will take over London’s SSE Arena Wembley on Thursday 28 February.
Performing will be Catherine Tate, Alan Carr, Rob Beckett, Lenny Henry, Romesh Ranganathan, John Bishop, Jimmy Carr, and Katherine Ryan, with more to be announced.
London born Catherine Tate is perhaps best known for her sketch show The Catherine Tate Show, as well as her role in the US remake of The Office.
Stand-up comedian Alan Carr presents the hugely popular Channel 4 talk show Alan Carr: Chatty Man.
Rob Beckett has appeared on television shows such as Taskmaster and The One Show and is a current team captain on 8 Out of 10 Cats.
Comedy legend Lenny Henry co-founded Comic Relief and has presented the yearly telethon since its inception.
Romesh Ranganathan is a hugely popular stand-up/presenter and actor who has starred in television shows such as Asian Provocateur and Judge Romesh.
Liverpudlian John Bishop arrives at Comic Relief having regularly sold out arenas on his own.
Known for his off-kilter humour Jimmy Carr is also host of the hugely popular Channel 4 show 8 Out of 10 Cats.
The hilarious Katherine Ryan’s comedy special Katherine Ryan: In Trouble is currently streaming on Netflix.
Founded in 1985 by Richard Curtis and Lenny Henry, Comic Relief has raised over £1billion in its 30 years plus history. They host the annual Red Nose Day telethon, encouraging the people to donate to the charity. The live fundraising show features unique performances and sketches from comedians and people from the wider world of entertainment, in return for the public’s donations.
Don’t miss out on a stellar comedy line-up, raising vitals funds for Comic Relief.
Here’s the date:
28 February 2019 – The SSE Arena, Wembley, London
Tickets for the show will be available in our presale from 10:00 Wednesday 5 December 2018 through Ticketmaster.co.uk