Joking for Justice
Award-winning comedian and political activist Kate Smurthwaite, Ada Campe and Amy Goodchild, brings sharp, topical wit to Exeter's Ignite Theatre Festival for a benefit evening in support of Devon Rape Crisis Service.
5th June, 9pm, Exeter Phoenix Auditorium, 16+ (13+ if accompanied by an adult)
Tickets cost £7 and are available now via the Ignite website www.igniteexeter.org.uk
This is an event not to be missed - bring your friends and laugh till you cry!
(�Pictured Left to Right; Kate Smurthwaite, Ada Campe and Amy Goodchild)
Kate Smurthwaite will also be running a workshop at the Exeter Phoenix, during the afternoon of 5th June for any aspiring women comedians who would like to have a crack at stand-up! The workshop will run from 2pm until 5pm and will cost £30. Please contact Devon Rape Crisis Service on 01392 208756 to order tickets for this event. We can only accept cheque or cash as payment for this event. Also the group for the workshop is very small, so there are limited spaces, therefore please book early to avoid disappointment.
Kate Smurthwaite is a stand-up comedian and political activist. She performs all over the UK and around the world, and also writes and tours an annual solo show of left wing comedy under the name 'The News at Kate', which has been a feature of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival since 2009. Kate is a writer for the BBC Three political comedy show The Revolution Will Be Televised. www.katesmurthwaite.co.uk