Stand up for Labour's next event includes a number of comedians from the south west who are either established or coming to prominence in the comedy scene.
The comedy night in support of the local Labour Party takes place at the Banglo Bar in Bath (44 Lower Bristol Road, Bath BA2 3BD) and features Wil Hodgson, Tony Cowards, Ben Harrington and Mark Hurman. Tickets can be bought online for £9/£7 (concessions) at www.wegottickets.com/letslaugh. Buying online will save £2 as on the night tickets will be priced at £10/£8 (concessions). It also guarantees you a seat.
The phenomenal Wil Hodgson (left) is a former wrestler, who has taken the Edinburgh festival by storm for the last decade. His act is unique, unexpected and very funny. Along with Alfred the Great and Jeremy Corbyn, Wil is listed as the most notable resident of Chippenham. A clip of him in his local pub can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9rA-XKovsE
Tony Cowards has been described as a 'Pun-osaurus'. He is incapable of not delivering puns. He also knows how to keep the military in check as he is a regular compere for army comedy nights. Originally from Suffolk, but now living in Wiltshire, Tony will be the opening comedian on 29 November.
Ben Harrington is the host of a prestigious comedy night in London to which he commutes every week. A member of the Labour Party in Reading, Ben can be dark and obscene but always funny. Here is a clip of him performing in Chelmsford: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wv5JbiMU_ZQ
Mark Hurman is from Weston super mare and has ripped the roof off venues in the south west as he takes the public by surprise with his political and social observations.
The event will include speakers concerned with the threat to the Royal United Hospital and the Riverside NHS Walk In Centre. Anybody who is affected by this move by BANES Clinical Commissioning Group is being urged to sign a petition here http://tinyurl.com/93lxdrc