Presenting Stand Up for The Loss Foundation, an annual comedy night where your laughter benefits charity.
Launched in 2015, Stand up for The Loss Foundation, has recruited incredible line-ups of the country’s best comedic talent, including Stewart Lee, Doc Brown, Andy Parsons, Kerry Godliman, Aisling Bea, Sara Pascoe, Paul Sinha, Danny Bhoy, and more, and all in the name of raising money for bereavement support services.
The event has been praised as the comedy night of the year and also been Time Out’s recommended event.
This year we had side-splittingly good comedians on board to make people belly-laugh, as well as a few surprises on the night to make it the best evening of their summer!
Our host, Mr Tom Deacon
We are immensely lucky to have had the very funny Tom Deacon as our host at our annual comedy event. He has made us roar with laughter year after year. Not only is he very witty, but he’s also one of the nicest people we’ve ever worked with, so we consider him part of our TLF family now!
The cool and composed Ava Vidal, the hilarious comedian AND magician Pete Firman, the incomparable Joe Wilkinson, the immensely funny Josh Widdicombe, and the insatiably talented Ed Gamble.
The hugely amusing Paul Sinha, the straight-talking Canadian Dana Alexander, the very entertaining Felicity Ward, the riotous Stewart Lee, the lovable and belly laugh-inducing Andy Parsons, and the hilarious Kerry Godliman.
The very funny Sara Pascoe, the gorgeous and witty Lucy Porter, the side-splitting Danny Bhoy, the hugley whimsical Aisling Bea, the riotous Stewart Lee, the good-humoured northerner Shaun Keaveny, and the seriously cool and talented Doc Brown.
“What an incredible night of comedy The Loss Foundation put on last night. I’ve seen sloppier attempts at the Apollo.”
“Congratulations on putting together what was a fantastic evening! It couldn’t have been bettered in any way.”
“I just wanted to say a massive congratulations for last night… I’ve been to a lot of comedy but I think that was the best comedy gig I’ve ever been to.”
Aisling Bea, performer on the night;
“What a fantastic achievement, well done and what a lovely gig and backstage you ran.”
Tom Deacon, MC for the night
“It’s a bloody pleasure to be part of the night”.