THERE will be a special performance this coming Thursday in support and celebration of LGBT History Month.
In association with LGBT History Month 2018, top Midlands comic Jo Enright will be headlining a fab night of comedy.
Besides being a fine stand-up comedian, Jo has appeared in top TV shows such as Phoenix Nights, I’m Alan Partridge and most recently as Angela in The Job Lot.
Performing alongside Jo will be up and coming comics Mark Cram (‘one of the UK’s indy rising stars’ -Chortle Forums) and Les Kershaw (‘the filthy daughter of Thora Hird’ – Janey Godley).
Hosting the night will be MY Comedy’s resident MC, Maureen Younger.
The show will be on from 7.45pm in the Palace Studio on Thursday, February 22 and is suitable for anyone aged 18 and over.
Tickets are £12 for early birds until February 18 or £14 after inclusive of booking fee.
Buy in person from the box office or visit the Palace Theatre Redditch online.
Councillor Bill Hartnett, Leader of the Council, said: “It is great that such a talented comedian – and her friends – will be providing us with an eclectic night of fun and comedy at the Palace Theatre in celebration of LGBT History Month.”
LGBT History Month is held in February every year in the UK and celebrates and recognises the contribution made to society by Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Trans-gender members of the community.
Details of the show are available at http://ow.ly/yVzY30ipQoq