Joke for Scope 2019 in Manchester
Joke for Scope is a night of stand up comedy featuring a line up of disabled and non-disabled comedians. The event acts as a stage to amplify the voices of disabled people and help to break down barriers.
One in 5 of us is disabled, but the gap between disabled and non-disabled people is real and it's growing. Disabled people still remain hugely underrepresented in the media, on stage and in the public eye. This means that often, their ambitions potential and talent goes unrecognised due to unnecessary barriers and negative attitudes. Together, we can change that.
We know that humour can break down barriers and bring people together. If you share our vision of equality for disabled people, join us for an evening of comedy, and we'll help change attitudes and end injustice together.
Lost Voice Guy, otherwise known as Lee Ridley, winner of Britain's Got Talent 2018
More special guests to be announced
This year Joke for Scope is coming to Manchester on 30 May, then to London and Edinburgh Fringe later in the year! You can get your tickets here.
Doors open at 18:30 for a 19:30 start.
Standard ticket £16 + booking fee (no under 16s, under 18s accompanied by an adult)
Student ticket £9 + booking fee (must have valid student ID)
We're committed to providing the facilities, equipment and processes needed to welcome disabled guests to all of our events. If you have access requirements, please contact the venue on 0333 130 0967 or email [email protected] and we will do our best to assist you. You may also be entitled to a free ticket for your companion so please do let us know beforehand!
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