Channel 4's Comedy Gala
Channel 4's Comedy Gala
Back for a seventh year ‘Channel 4’s Comedy Gala Live At The O2’ in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity returns to London’s world famous O2 arena with an all star cast from the world of comedy.
With two weeks to go the superstar line up confirmed to take the stage at the biggest annual comedy event of the year includes: Aisling Bea, Alan Carr, Alex Brooker, Kevin Bridges, Nathan Caton, Hal Cruttenden, Rob Beckett, Joel Dommett, John Thomson, Josh Widdicombe, Kerry Godliman, Lee Nelson, Michael McIntyre, Russell Kane, Sean Lock, Shappi Khorsandi, Seann Walsh, Tom Allen, Warwick Davis and musician Jake Bugg.
Tickets are on sale now, starting at £40 (please see listings and booking details below). Money raised will go towards a state of the art operating theatre at Great Ormond Street Hospital. The world-class facilities benefit seriously ill children from across the UK.
‘Channel 4’s Comedy Gala Live At The O2’ will be recorded for a two hour Channel 4 TV special to be aired later in 2016.
Each extravaganza, watched live by 15,000 comedy fans with over 3 million viewers tuning in on Channel 4, featured a world class collection of the nation’s favourite comedians and TV presenters all giving up their time to support Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. Over the last six years the event has raised an impressive £3.8 million for the charity, helping to make a difference to the lives of patients and their families.
“We’re delighted that Channel 4, Off the Kerb and Open Mike are supporting us once again with this very special event. The funds raised help the hospital to provide very specialist care and support to patients and families when they need it most” Tim Johnson, Chief Executive, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity
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