Tickled Pink will be showcase of the best female stand-ups in aid of The Breast Cancer Campaign: Researching The Cure.
Headliner Shazia Miraz is an award-winning British Asian stand-up and columnist from Birmingham who tends to stick the figurative knife into political correctness with devastatingly funny effect. She has appeared on a variety of TV shows, including Have I Got News For You and The World Stands Up.
Diane Spencer was nominated for Best Female Comedian by The New Zealand Comedy Guild and is renowned as an intelligent and sharp rising star.
Also appearing will be Ruth E Cockburn and compere Kate Mulgrew. Special events will also be taking place on the night.
Tickled Pink will be at Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough on Saturday 3rd September. Tickets are £15 (inc. a pink fizz welcome drink) and are available by calling 01427 676655 or visiting www.trinityarts.co.uk.
For the chance to win a pair of tickets, just answer this simple question: Q) Where will the Tickled Pink comedy night take place?
Send your answer along with your name and daytime telephone number to: Tickled Pink comp, 5-7 Market Place, Gainsborough, DN21 2BP or email [email protected]
Entries to arrive by Wednesday 31st August. Normal competition rules apply.