More than three quarters of the members . . .
. . . who came to the nomination meeting in July made Stella their first choice for Deputy leader; the Labour List poll earlier this month put her in the lead of the five candidates; she's been backed by Labour veterans John Prescott, and Neil Kinnock, and now here's a brilliant evening of standup comedy at the Rose and Crown on Hoe Street and your chance to help raise funds to support the Stella4Deputy campaign.
|Susan Murray MC|
It's presented by the fantastic Red Imp comedy club which regularly features top international comics in the intimate surrounds of the upstairs theatre there (Bridget Christie, Sara Pascoe, Omid Djalili, Stewart Lee - the list just goes on). It's hosted by resident MC and comedy legend Susan Murray, and is on
Tuesday September 8th
starting at 8pm, till approx 10.30. Tickets cost £15, (£12 for early birds while they're still available. Don't miss out!)
The programme features:
- Doug Segal - winner 'Best Cabaret Award' Brighton Fringe 2012, & 'Three Weeks' Editor’s Award Edinburgh Fringe; comedy plus feats of mind reading and mind control.
- Maureen Younger - actor, stand up comedian & writer, contributing to the Standard, credits BBC Radio and Sky News.
- John Mann - longstanding Jongleurs act (compere and headliner), works all over the world.
- David Fulton - Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Steve Coogan’s Saxondale, BBC's The Stand-up Show, and 5’s The Comedy Store. ‘Whoever decided Americans don’t have any sense of irony, forgot to tell Dave Fulton’ – The Guide.