Comedy for a cure, because laughter is the best medicine
The Comedy Emporium and the Cancer Council WA Relay for Life Midwest is proud to present Comedy for a Cure – a very special charity show in Geraldton on Saturday 23 September.
The Comedy Emporium will be bringing their best wit to help raise vital funds for the Cancer Council's research, prevention and support services.
All profits from the event will be donated to Relay For Life.
Through the funds raised at Relay For Life, more than 61,000 Australian lives have been saved over the last 20 years and improvements in cancer prevention and screening mean that less people will hear the words, “you have cancer”.
The Comedy Emporium Ringleader Julian Canny said, “we are so excited to put on this very special show in Geraldton this month.”
“Cancer is so present in the world today that everyone knows someone who’s life has been tragically affected by cancer, but I truly believe that laughter can be a great form of medicine.”
“All profits from the show will be donated directly to the Cancer Council WA Relay for Life Midwest and there will plenty of opportunities during the show to donate more if you wish.”
“Sit back, relax, have a drink and laugh – we’ll do all the work.”
The Comedy for a Cure charity show will take place at the Geraldton PCYC on Saturday 23 September. Doors open with live music starting at 6.30pm and comedy starts at 8pm.
Stay tuned to The Comedy Emporium website and Facebook page for the line-up announcements.