Well-known comedian Stephen Grant will perform to help raise money for AITC.
A comedy night is taking place tomorrow, Tuesday 10th May, to raise money for Albion in the Community.
Stephen Grant, Phil Jerrod, Michael Fabbri, David James, Joe Foster and Sean McLoughlin are on stage at The Warren by St Peter’s Church as part of Brighton Fringe and proceeds are being donated to AITC to help fund its award-winning disability sport programme.
The first name on that list will certainly be familiar to Seagulls fans. Stephen Grant is resident compere of Krater Comedy Club at Komedia, a Brightonian and a lifelong Albion fan.
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He recalled his best memory following the club, “I have very fond memories of the 1983 FA cup run because that was the time that cemented my support, but those are the rosy, hazy memories of a 10-year-old.
“For genuine emotional recall, it has to be the play-off final against Bristol City in Cardiff. We got the special train that went direct from Hove to Cardiff – it was full of 1950s carriages brought out of retirement for the occasion and it had ornate wooden toilets.
“We had no expectations on the day and I can't remember feeling sick with anticipation, so the promotion felt like an unexpected bonus - not like the games this season, which have been utterly nerve-wracking.”
Hopefully tomorrow night’s show can provide some light-hearted relief, ahead of what promises to be another nervous time for Albion fans.
The show starts at 7pm and tickets are just £10. For more information, or to book tickets, please click here.
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