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Stand Up for Burma - Jo Brand and Omid Djalili gig for Burma Campaign UK

Live at Brighton Dome Wednesday 6th March 8pm.

Jo Brand and Omid Djalili
Jo Brand and Omid Djalili

(LONDON) - Two of Britain’s funniest comedians are doing a stand up gig on Wednesday 6th March at the Brighton Dome.

http://brightondome.org/event/2831/jo_brand_and_omid_djalili/


Jo Brand

Jo Brand is one of the UK’s leading comedians. A BAFTA winning comedian, writer, and actress, she has appeared on QI, Have I Got News for You and Never Mind the Buzzcocks. 


Omid Djalili

Omid Djalili is star of ‘The Omid Djalili Show’ on BBC One and regularly appears on other TV shows. His shows always sell out, so this is a great chance to see him live.


Basically, they are both very funny and you will laugh all night!


Come and have a fabulous night out seeing two of Britain’s funniest comedians:

http://brightondome.org/event/2831/jo_brand_and_omid_djalili/


Tickets are just £18, with proceeds funding our campaign to end human rights abuses in Burma.


Thank you

Anna


Anna Roberts

Burma Campaign UK


Ps. Omid Djalili and Jo Brand are giving their performances for free and the Brighton Dome has also generously donated the venue. If you are unable to attend, please make a donation to support our campaigns for people in Burma:

www.burmacampaign.org.uk/donate

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