BARROW Comedy Club hosts another evening of laughter makers this time as part of the campaign to Help Get Leafy Home.

All proceeds from the Thursday, November 21, event will go towards a new home for Darren Leith, who on April 28, 2017, was rushed to hospital after what was thought to be some kind of seizure. Forty eight year old Daz was diagnosed with Locked-in Syndrome as a result of the stroke. At the moment his family are in the process of selling his house with the money going towards a new home for him but funds are still needed for adaptations, renovations and equipment for him to use.

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The line up for Barrow Comedy Club's Duke of Edinburgh show includes one of the most captivating acts on the circuit, Raul Kohli as MC.

Also featured is the extremely sharp and witty Richard Massara, who was the winner of two regional comedy awards in 2012, plus Chris Copestake, one of Laughing Pub Comedy Club's favourite acts.

Headliner for the Help Get Leafy Home fundraiser will be award-winning comedian Freddy Quinne, who has gained a fearsome reputation as one of the most accomplished live performers in the UK. His masterful joke telling and brutally honest approach has seen him gain a legion of fans across the world.

Tickets for November 21 are available from the Duke of Edinburgh or online from TicketSource.