Hull’s Homeless Support Stand Up Project is happening on the 14th December. Nationally comedians are coming together and running events in their city to raise money for a local charity that helps the homeless of the city.
Hull’s Homeless Support Stand Up Project is supporting the Project Hotdog. The Project Hotdog, is a homeless support network who hold 2 soup kitchens a week and supply food to another 4. They started in March 2016 with a budget of £5.00 and fed 40 people hotdogs. over the last 12 months they have made over 24000 hot meals for our homeless friends and supplied 3750 litres of hot drinks, 600 sleeping bags and thousands of pounds in toiletries.
To help raise money for the Project Hotdog we have an all star line up.
Headlining the show is the fantastic Pete Phillipson, Originally from Lincolnshire but based in Manchester Pete has been building a name for himself on the circuit as a very funny act over the last few years.
Mixing fast paced observations and routines with wonderful characterisations Pete wears his comedy heart on his sleeve leaving the audience in hysterics at his misfortunes and frustrations with the minutiae of everyday life.
With support from
Jed Salisbury, Jed is a high-energy comedian with a warming charm and an innate sense of funny. Jed’s act takes the audience on an adventure of hilarity, He combines big belly-laugh jokes with award winning Improv to create a truly unique act.
Giggles Live Improv Champion - Winner
Funny Scunny, Scunthorpe comedian of the year - Winner
C69 Hull Comedian of the Year - Runner up
"His energy is contagious! Before even having the mic in his hand the audience were hooked!" - Stagedive Comedy
Steve Rimmer, Steve is the worlds only Bomb Disposal Comedian, telling tails of army life where he honed his comedic skills, Steve strongly believes that if he can make his colleagues in places like Bosnia Iraq and Afghanistan laugh then he can make any audiences in the comedy clubs laugh!
Matt Sutton, Matt’s an actor really, who fancied scaring the bab out of himsen by trying his hand at stand-up.
He’s worked for companies like the RSC, BBC, ITV and has performed all over the UK and even New York City (twice!)
He’s delighted to be helping out tonight for this very important cause.
Hosting the show is the fantastic Ross Brierley & Joshua Sadler, Ross and Josh are the hosts of The Not So Late Show, the UK's finest alternative comedy chat show. They are 'Vic & Bob for the video game, grime generation' according to The Scotsman and The Skinny think 'they have the kind of talent and brand of alternative comedy that could later become popular and reshape the norm'.
Doors 7:30 show 8:00
Raffle tickets at the show.