Comedy fundraiser for Urban Growth

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Bec Hill, a comedian and one of our neighbours at Elm Village, has kindly organised a fundraiser in aid of Urban Growth’s Elm Village site to help us repair recent on-site damage from vandalism.

The event will be taking place at the Camden Head on Thursday, 22 October at 7.30pm.

The event will be featuring:

Abigoliah Schamaun (BBC Radio4)*
Sarah Bennetto (Dara O’Briain’s School of Hard Sums)
John Henry Falle (Fosters Comedy Award Best Newcomer Nominee Edinburgh Fringe 2015)
Kirsty Doody (Comedy Store Guest Player) & Jess Robinson (BBC2’s Dead Ringers)
Karen Sherrard / Esme de Flange (Winner Last Mic Standing 2014)
Surname & Surname (Paul Foxcroft & Briony Redman)
Bec Hill (Performer’s Choice Award for Best Show Edinburgh Fringe 2014)

There will be no entry fee, but any donations at the door would be most welcome!

More details on the Camden Head website.

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