Who Cares? It's For Charity

13 & 14 JULY | BILL MURRAY THEATRE, LONDON N1

This is your chance to take a sneak peek at brand new work from old comedy favourites and emerging stars all set to make a splash at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. It may be rough and ready, but who cares when all the money raised will help save more lives, more quickly.

Watch breakthrough work in progress performances on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 July while funding breakthrough cancer research.

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MEET THE COMEDIANS

MEET THE COMEDIANS

SATURDAY 13 JULY TICKETS

SATURDAY 13 JULY TICKETS

Pat Cahill

SATURDAY 13 JULY - 12PM

Darren Harriott

SATURDAY 13 JULY - 1:30PM

Tom Ward

SATURDAY 13 JULY - 3PM

Ken Cheng

SATURDAY 13 JULY - 4:30PM

Crustal Rasmussen

SATURDAY 13 JULY - 6PM

SUNDAY 14 JULY TICKETS

SUNDAY 14 JULY TICKETS

Josie Long

SUNDAY 14 JULY - 12PM

Sarah Keyworth

SUNDAY 14 JULY - 1:30PM

Catherine Bohart

SUNDAY 14 JULY - 3PM

Helen Bauer

SUNDAY 14 JULY - 4:30PM

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SUNDAY 14 JULY - 6PM

SUNDAY 14 JULY - GALA SHOW

SUNDAY 14 JULY - GALA SHOW

Comedian Charlie Baker

SUNDAY 14 JULY - 7:30PM
CHARLIE BAKER, NICK HELM, LONDON HUGHES AND KOJO ANIM

EVERY PUNCHLINE SPEEDS UP

LIFE-SAVING RESEARCH

EVERY PUNCHLINE SPEEDS UP LIFE-SAVING RESEARCH

“No one should be embarrassed about their body, or words for that matter. Women have a vagina, we have to talk about this!”

30-year-old Amanda has vaginal cancer, a rare type of cancer that usually occurs in women over the age of 70. Though her prognosis is unclear, Amanda blogs about her life with cancer, and has plans to help those going through treatment all over the country.

Watch to see how Amanda is joining us to Stand Up To Cancer, and how she plans to help others find the courage.