Laugh a minute: Camp Quality’s fundraising co-ordinator Lyndel Bosman said their annual Comics on the Run event will have you in stitches.
Laugh a minute: Camp Quality’s fundraising co-ordinator Lyndel Bosman said their annual Comics on the Run event will have you in stitches. Rob Wright

Catch some Comics on the Run

IF ‘laughter is the best medicine’, anyone attending Camp Quality’s Comics on the Run event will be feeling decidedly better on their way out.

Comics on the Run, the organisation’s signature annual fundraising event, is bringing some of the country’s funniest comics to the Sawtell RSL for a big night.

“It’s going to be a great evening so we’re encouraging everyone to come on down for some laughs,” Camp Quality fundraising co-ordinator Lyndel Bosman said.

“This is the second year Camp Quality has done this, and after the amazing success last year we’re expecting great things this year.”

The hilarious MC from Scotland, Barry McLeod, returns to host an impressive stand-up comedy line-up with well known comedians Tommy Dean from Arizona and Fred Lang from Brisbane.

The shows have received rave reviews over the years with the aim of taking mainstream stand-up comedy to regional Australia at an affordable price.

Coffs Harbour City Councillor Jennifer Bonfield will be on hand to run a small auction of three select items during the night.

“You can book in tables or smaller groups,” Ms Bosman said.

“And you have the chance to win a plasma television.”

The show will be held at the Sawtell RSL on Saturday, May 1. Tickets are $35 and all sales will go directly to Camp Quality to help them fund camps, activities and respite programs for Northern NSW children and their families living with cancer.

Tickets are available at the Sawtell RSL, Park Beach Music, or by phoning Camp Quality on 6651 4486.



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