Award winning comedian and BAFTA nominated Richard Gadd, hosted a sell out comedy night at The Presence, Islington, London, raising over £4,500 for Survivors Manchester.
Gadd, an ambassador for Survivors Manchester, and a number of his comedian friends including: Tim Key, Sara Pascoe, James Acaster and Mat Ewins came together on Monday 30th April and gave a packed audience a brilliant night of hilarious stand-up routines and sketches.
Survivors Manchester is a charity that provides support to male victims/survivors of sexual abuse, rape and sexual exploitation.
Richard Gadd, ambassador of Survivors Manchester said: “Survivors Manchester does the most amazing work and I am honoured to be a part of it. Organising and hosting this event was my way of being able to show my continued support and raise money towards its incredible work.
“I must say a massive thanks to Tim, Sarah, James and Mat for agreeing to be part of this with me and for being so incredibly brilliant and funny as ever. It was a privilege to share the stage with them.”
Duncan Craig, CEO of Survivors Manchester said: “We’re so lucky to have such enthusiastic Ambassadors and are overwhelmed by Richard’s, and his friends, effort. The show was absolutely brilliant and the audience loved it. It was a great night to be part of and I can’t thank everyone enough.”
For further information on Survivors Manchester, please visit www.survivorsmanchester.