5 star review for December #16days 2016 gig, Stand Up to End Violence Against Women with Bridget Christie.
The Argus review, December 9, 2016
We’re delighted to announce that Charity Chuckle Promoter Kerry Herbert won the 2014 Natwest Venus Award for the Brighton & Sussex Home Based Business of the Year and then went on to win the NATIONALS in 2015!
“Never underestimate the impact your Charity Chuckle nights and Stand Up to End VAW have – it is so impressive to have such energy driving these events forward and benefiting so many.” Gail Gray, CEO of Rise
“The rafters were packed as the reputation of this monthly fundraiser for local charities has gathered such momentum that the evening was sold out.” **** The Latest
“A show to remember.” ***** The Latest
“Brilliant” Justin Spray, Brighton & Hove Independent Mediation Service (BHIMS)
“What a great crowd, and great gig, and great lineup.” Mae Martin, Brighton Fringe Winner of Best International Act 2012
“A really funny and fun night… one of the best things we have ever done.” Lynn Stevens, Target TB
“Charity Chuckle has a real knack for grabbing some of the best up-and-coming comedians around and booking them just as they’ve started to win plaudits, television appearances and radio spots… with previous headline and support acts including two of 2012’s Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award 2012 nominees – David Trent and James Acaster, as well as such comedy luminaries as Angelos Epithemiou, Brian Gittens, Zoe Lyons and many more. ” Vicky Nangle, Latest 7
“What a great night.” Rachel Parris, Chortle Award nominee for Austentatious, 2012 Musical Comedian of the Year runner up
“Great gig.” Mark Simmons, Chortle Award nominee
“I had the BEST time. Fab audience, top line up.” Jaq Bayles
“Had the audience weeping with laughter. A fantastic night.” ***** The Latest