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Comedy for a cause: Stand Up 4 Women returns to The Bill Murray in Islington

PUBLISHED: 17:36 23 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:36 23 February 2018

Sikisa Bostwick-Barnes, who organised Stand Up 4 Women

Sikisa Bostwick-Barnes, who organised Stand Up 4 Women

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The event is raising awareness and funds for Solace Women’s Aid, a charity that seeks to put an end to domestic and sexual violence

Stand Up 4 Women is back for an International Women’s Day special at The Bill Murray in Islington.

Organised by comedian Sikisa Bostwick-Barnes, a finalist in the BBC New Comedy Awards, the event is raising awareness around domestic violence and funds for Solace Women’s Aid, a charity which exists to end the harm done through domestic and sexual violence.

On March 8 at the comedy club near Essex Road, a stellar line up of female comics is on hand to make you laugh.

The evening is hosted by London born Thanyia Moore, and features BBC New Comedy Award winner Heidi Regan, So You Think You’re Funny 2017 finalist Esther Manito, host of The Premmy’s Podcast Chloe Petts, Funny Women Awards 2013 finalist Bisha K Ali, headliner Ninia Benjamin and Sikisa herself.

Tickets cost £10 in advance and £15 on the door. Doors open at 7pm for 8pm start

angelcomedy.co.uk/events/stand-4-women

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