Comedians Sean McLoughlin, Mike Cox, Jody Kamali and Ingrid Dahle are taking part in the Komedia’s fundraiser Charity Chuckle on 9th June, in support of the Young People’s Centre.
This year Charity Chuckle celebrates their sixth birthday, after six years, two awards and £17,500 raised for local charities!
The evening of live stand-up will be compered by Aidan Goatley; author and star of smash-hit show, ‘10 Films with My Dad’. Described as “A riotously funny comedian” by Broadway Baby.
Headliner Sean McLoughlin arrived on the comedy scene in 2007 and quickly established himself on the Northern circuit playing weekends at The Stand. Having returned to his native Brighton, Sean is rapidly making an impact on the Southern clubs and will be performing his third solo show, ‘Whatever it Takes’, at the Edinburgh Festival. Mark Watson says he’s “the best comedian you haven’t heard of yet”. Nominated by fellow comedians for the Best Performer Barry Award, Edinburgh Fringe 2014 and currently working as tour support for Katherine Ryan and Doc Brown, Sean is genuinely one of the most talented young acts on the circuit today.
“An exciting talent… As comedians with stupid hair go he is one of the best” The Scotsman.
“Sean McLoughlin is beautifully cynical… and he is not far off being utterly brilliant” Edinburgh Festivals Magazine.
The Young People’s Centre, based on Ship Street, Brighton, provides advice, support and counselling alongside a safe space where young people can go for a food, be listened to and supported or just hang out.