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Stand Up 4 Women - WEST END
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An evening of stand up comedy to create awareness about domestic abuse and raise funds in aid of Solace Women’s Aid.
Over the span of two weeks, there are five nights with over 50 funny women helping to fundraise for Solace Women’s Aid. The charity which exists to bring to an end the harm done through domestic and sexual violence to all survivors and in particular women and children. Their work is holistic, feminist and empowering, working alongside survivors to achieve independent lives free from abuse. Now in it’s 40th year, Solace is committee to continuous improvement to end abuse and violence.
A stellar all line up of professional female comedians will grace the stage to help stand up against domestic violence and abuse. There will also be raffle prizes with some amazing prizes to give away.
Sadia doesn’t shy away from the gritty reality of today’s world and looks to entertain and educate people in equal measure. Since her solo show 'I Am Not Malala', Sadia has recorded a comedy short for BBC iPlayer 'Things I have been asked as a British Muslim' and appeared in online series 'Uncovered' for Bend It Like Beckham creator Gurinder Chadha. A totally unique and enthralling voice, her stand up tackles difficult subjects in an utterly charming manner.
As heard on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Asian Network.
Australian-born and now London-based, Bec has gained a cult following in Australia, the UK and Ireland thanks to her acclaimed solo shows and popular YouTube videos, which have garnered over 200,000 views. She has a talent for incorporating arts and crafts into her stand-up routines; creating a unique and unforgettable comedy style that she calls “paper-puppetry”.
She is currently the co-host of Sky's “DC Fancast” and “DC Fancast UNMASKED”, can be found on several seasons of CBBC's “The Dog Ate My Homework”, and performed her 2015 solo show, “Caught On Tape,” in Royal Albert Hall's Elgar Room.
“Her exuberance drives the whole show and she remains lovably engaging throughout.” The Mirror, Edinburgh Fringe 2015
Elf Lyons is a 24 year old stand-up comedian based in London. She loves creating work that is relevant, political and joyful and mixes her vulnerabilities, her niche interests and her sass to create fun, action packed quests for her and the audience, often resulting in a huge fun mess on stage.
A regular performer and M.C on the UK comedy circuit, Elf at the age of 24 has already performed all around the world at leading arts festivals in the UK, Europe and Australia.
Finalist and Runner-Up in Funny Women at Leicester Square theatre 2013.
The Independent's One To Watch
The Evening Standard's Fresh Faces of 2016
Chortle Best Newcomer and Best Character/Improv/Sketch act nominee
As seen on Sky1's Rovers and ITV2's @elevenish, and on Channel 4 and BBC3.
Viv is a comedian and writer. A regular on BBC Radio 4 (Front Row, Saturday Live, Quote Unquote), her debut solo show Say Sorry to the Lady played to sold-out crowds and had five star reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe last year. Her 2016 show Be More Margo is back at The Stand in Edinburgh this August and is about Britishness, class, female role models and The Good Life. “Very funny” — Omid Djalili. “Fresh and exciting” — Sara Pascoe. “The queen of funny. Hysterical. You have to see this woman” — Mary Portas. “Superb. At the top of her game as a stand-up” — edinburghfestival.org. “Wonderfully witty” — Time Out.
Pippa is winner of the 2016 Chortle Award for Music and Variety in comedy. She's been on the radio (The Now Show, Josh Howie's Losing It), TV (Drunk History, Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled) and is a founder member of Olivier Award winning Showstopper! The Improvised Musical.
These women are fierce, strong and above all else funny. What a better way to show the world that women do run the world. A great night out for a great cause
|19:30 - 22:30||£15.00|
215-217 Piccadilly, W1J 9HN
Piccadilly Circus (Tube)
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