Standup Comedy Extravaganza October
Join in on the fun for this month's Standup Comedy Extravaganza October and laugh away the Sunday evening blues, lots of great comedians, delicious vegan food and drinks and all for a great cause NO Means NO Worldwide.Multiple brilliant comedians performing 5 minutes sets. Doors open 7.30p.m show starts 8 p.m.
October Standup Comedy Extravaganza
Vantra Loungevity 5 Wardour Street, London W1D 6PB
This month Standup Comedy Extravaganza on Sunday 13th October and laugh away the Sunday evening blues, lots of great comedians, delicious vegan food and drinks and all for a great cause NO Means NO Worldwide.
Multiple brilliant comedians performing 5 minutes sets. Doors open 7.30p.m show starts 8 p.m.
Bring your friends, neighbours, colleagues, families, people you pass in the street, people whose sweaty armpits you get stuck under in the tube.
No Means No Worldwide is a comprehensive violence prevention organisation for girls and boys.
They are a school based program that uses the IMpower system of prevention and intervention training. They teach classes in 6 week cycles, three times per school year, with the number of students ranging from 7000-9000 per cycle.
Please see http://nomeansnoworldwide.org/ for more information.
Recommended donations £5 concessions. This is based on trust (no evidence required) and you can donate something in between or more or less if you prefer.
If you cannot make it but would like to make a donation please do so at : http://nomeansnoworldwide.org/donate.
Introducing some of our brilliant comedians in the line up for Sunday Stand-up Comedy:
Vic Melody: "Charmingly kooky but in a refreshingly relatable fashion"
Callie Vandewiele - is a Cambridge based comedian who has considered herself funny for five years. Fierce, Feminist and Freaking Hilarious, Callie has performed across the UK and US. Having found exactly one grey hair near her forehead, Callie's comedy takes on adulthood in end-stage capitalism, expectations as THE WORST as well as sharing stories of her perfectly normal not at all strange childhood after her family was excommunicated for being too Mormon for the Mormons.
‘Her anecdotes left much of the audience in hysterics.’ – The Tab
‘Confident, relatable.’ – Cambridge Theatre Review
‘A delight to watch.’ – The Tab
Vanessa - just came back from performing her stand up show "The Golden Path" in Edinburgh, it was selected by Sara Pascoe as her Edinburgh recommendation for iNews (the Independent Newspaper).
Lizzy Nazer - A survivor of divorce, domestic violence and that that time when the waitress walked in on her on the loo in that cafe.
Freya McGhee - Freya is asking the big questions in life now she's an adult (technically) so when will she start to feel like one? Will her mate (and boys on tinder) ever stop telling her she looks like Sid the Sloth? And will her mum ever stop and think about what's she just said?
Nell Sparrow - Like the 1958 film "Attack of the 50-foot woman" with funnier bits and funkier hair.
"Nell's open and honest views on her height, love life and beyond will have you howling with laughter. Her darker side makes Black Sabbath look like B*witched." Toby Kheng.
There will be loads of great comedians!
We hope you can make it to our monthly stand-up comedy extravaganza Vantra in aid of NO Means NO Worldwide, which is a really amazing sexual violence prevention charity, on tonight!
Here's the Eventbrite link to get your tickets: