Chorleywood residents can show support to charity Mission EmployAble in three different ways.
Veteran alternative comedian Arthur Smith is headlining two hours of Lockdown Comedy to cheer you up during these difficult times via Zoom on Saturday, March 27 at 8pm.
The comedians in the line-up are:
- Arthur Smith, who always finds interesting ways to make people laugh, was one of BBC-2’s ‘Grumpy Old Men’ and hosts ‘The Comedy Club’ on Radio 4 Extra
- Laura Lexx won Best MC in the 2017 Comic’s Comic Awards and was named in the Top 10 of funniest jokes at the Edinburgh Fringe of 2018
- Danny Buckler has performed with the late Victoria Wood. He is a rare combo of comedian and magician, whose TV credits include his own show ‘Danny Does Tricks’ on Channel 4
- Darren Walsh created the award-winning animated short films ‘Angry Kid’ for BBC TV. He combines visual gags with screen trickery, strange sound effects and puns
- Nathan Cato is familiar to Radio 4 listeners for his show ‘Can’t Tell Nathan Caton Nothing’ and for his appearances on ‘Mock The Week’ and ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’ both for BBC-2
For tickets (£14 per household + £1.50 booking fee) click here.
Pilates and Stretch (£5 per class for men and women, all paid to Mission EmployAble) are available via Zoom at 9.30am on Thursdays throughout March and April.
There is also a pop-up cake stall on Sarratt Village Green from 10am – 1.30pm on Saturday, April 17, as part of a drop-off morning organised by The Bike Project, which restores donated bikes, for use by refugees.
Proceeds from the cake stall will be split equally between The Bike Project and Mission EmployAble.
To book a fitness class and for details of where to donate cakes missionemployable.co.uk.
To donate bikes thebikeproject.co.uk.