Funtech Comedy Night - 28 January 2021

Funtech Comedy Night - 28 January 2021

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Virtual #Funtech Comedy gig in aid of Street Child. Streets Consulting and DiverCity Podcast are partnering with Rise, created by Barclays.

About this event

Save the date and register early for the Funtech Comedy Night! We know that January can be a long, tough month, so we’re excited to bring an evening of laughter and light for an incredibly important education charity.

Once again Streets Consulting and DiverCity Podcast are partnering with Rise, created by Barclays for the next charity #FunTech Comedy Night on Thursday 28th January from 6pm.

The evening will be hosted by Julia Streets, founder & CEO of Streets Consulting and host of DiverCity Podcast. As a stand-up comedian herself, Julia has gigged at the Edinburgh Fringe and London's iconic Comedy Store, and will be introducing a great lineup of comedians.

These sell out gigs are always hugely popular, raising thousands of pounds each time, and we encourage you to register early and put the date in your diaries. Gather your households for what promises to be a cracking night!

Our only request in return is a donation to Street Child. To donate, please use the following QR code kindly supplied by Pomelo Pay.

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Street Child is the charity committed to serving children and communities in the world’s toughest places - urban slums, villages without education, refugee camps and war/disaster zones. The COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions put in place across the globe has set back years of hard-earned educational gains causing the biggest educational crisis since World War II.

Since the pandemic first hit, at least one third of the world’s school children have not been able to access any form of learning, close to half a billion students are still affected by prolonged school closures, and 24 million of the most marginalised children, of which almost half are girls, are at risk of never returning to a classroom.

We are very grateful to Rise, created by Barclays for their support. Whether or not you can join us, please do consider a donation and thank you to our friends at the fintech payment firm Pomelo Pay for all their support.

We look forward to seeing you online on the 28 January!