Jokes and Spokes: Lockdown Laughs (feat. Nish Kumar)
Join us for a charity comedy night
with Nish Kumar
Still stuck at home? Get ready for a good old tier-up with our charity comedy night Jokes and Spokes: Lockdown Laughs. Beaming straight to your home via an online stream, join your favourite comedians while raising money for charity!
Feast your eyes on this stellar line-up: Nish Kumar, Angela Barnes, Olga Koch and Simon Brodkin - all performing their heart out for our Lockdown Laughs event!
Our charity helps refugees get access to bikes, as they are not legally allowed to work and can only live on £37.75 a week. A bike is more than just transport. Help us raise money while enjoying a cracking comedy night with some incredible talent!
But there's more!
On the night, we'll have a cracking raffle bonanza with thrilling prices. Including a magnum of champagne, bike services, dicsount vouchers to our incredible shop and even a surprise prize or two! Add a raffle ticket to help us raise more money to support refugees!
To grab a raffle ticket, text JOKES to 70970.
How to access the event?
As soon as you book, your ticket will wing its way to your email. Within the email, you'll have the link for the event. On the night, this link will automatically start streaming the event as it starts. Feel free to save it, but you can also navigate to this link on the evening.
- Your streaming ticket will only work on the first device you access it with! This will be the first device you used to click on the stream with.. Please do not play the stream unless you're ready to start watching
- If you've done the incredible thing and donated then you'll get two emails. Look for the ticket with the streaming link in your inbox!
Don't worry, we'll send you a couple of reminders, and you may even get a treat or two in your inbox while you wait for the illustrious night. So make sure to look out for our emails!
Where does the money raised go?
Every single ticket will go straight to supporting refugees, which is our charity's key mission. The Bike Project takes second-hand bikes, fixes them up and donates them to refugees to help them access safe, free transport. Refugees only get £37.75 to live on in the UK and are prohibited from working. A bike can help them not only connect with their local community, but also access legal help, food banks, support with mental health and so much more! You can find out more about The Bike Project by visiting our website.
Please note this show may not be suitable for children.
We are a small charity raising crucial funds to help support our mission. As such we will not be offering routine refunds for this show. We thank you for your support.