Arts & Culture

Charity aiming to reduce youth violence in the capital hosting third comedy gig

The charity Head Held High are hosting their third comedy night to raise awareness of the damaging effects of youth violence in the capital, and to raise money to tackle the issue.

With the number of teenage homicides in London increasing again to 30 last year, stand ups biggest names like Paul Sinha, Kerry Godliman and Tom Ward, are coming to together for the September 16th gig.

Helena has been speaking to the charity’s director Tash Alexander.

Just a warning that topics including violence and self harm are discussed.


Henry Thomas-Aldridge 5th June 2024

TagArts & Culture, LocationWestminster

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