TRACKS Autism is proud to announce a night with some of the biggest names in comedy to raise money for the Stevenage-based charity.
Romesh Ranganathan and Stephen K Amos will be performing at the Gordon Craig Theatre on Monday February 19 to provide a night of stand up mirth and mayhem.
Joining them is Carl Donelly. Carl has been nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award twice, won a bunch of other awards, appeared on a selection of TV shows (Mock The Week, Russell Howard's Good News etc) and travelled the world having performed at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, The Melbourne International Comedy Festival, The New Zealand Comedy Festival and pretty much every other comedy festival there is.
The evening, to be compered by Charlie Baker is a once in a lifetime chance to catch the two star names in one location and will also provide much needed funds for the unique TRACKS school.
Romesh Ranganathan is known for his stand up work and many TV appearances while Stephen K Amos is a regular on the international circuit.
All the acts have all kindly agreed to perform for free for TRACKS, and with tickets for the evening costing just £28.50, the event is set to quickly be a sell-out.
Please be aware the line up is subject to change and that casting alterations remain at the discretion of the management.
All ticket prices are inclusive of a £1.00 Restoration Fee