Great fundraiser, cause

LETTER

My husband, son and I attended the Hospice Night of Laughs on Friday, our first live comedy show.

What a great fundraiser for a very worthy cause. The venue was fabulous and the audience really got into the show.

I loved Urzila, thought the magic of Jarred was amazing and Vaughan was an excellent MC.

If I could offer some constructive criticism it would be to please lose the “C” word. This is an ugly and offensive word.

If they could maybe reduce the number of “F” words I’m sure they would be just as entertaining and get the same laughs.

They are very clever and funny entertainers.

I am looking forward to next year. Keep up the great work of supporting Hospice.

Jane Brott

My husband, son and I attended the Hospice Night of Laughs on Friday, our first live comedy show.

What a great fundraiser for a very worthy cause. The venue was fabulous and the audience really got into the show.

I loved Urzila, thought the magic of Jarred was amazing and Vaughan was an excellent MC.

If I could offer some constructive criticism it would be to please lose the “C” word. This is an ugly and offensive word.

If they could maybe reduce the number of “F” words I’m sure they would be just as entertaining and get the same laughs.

They are very clever and funny entertainers.

I am looking forward to next year. Keep up the great work of supporting Hospice.

Jane Brott

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Observer - 18 days ago
How can this possibly be your first live comedy show? Are you not aware the council meets on a regular basis and the meetings are open to the public unless something controversial needs to be discussed?

Carol Shepherd - 17 days ago
Well said Jan. I totally agree with you. Urzula was fabulous and the boys could take a leaf out of her book! They could still have been really funny and delete the offensive C and F words . . . totally did not enhance their acts!! Am I showing my age? The young man sitting next to me just couldn't stop laughing throughout the entire evening . . .
Carol