The Mai-Wel Group’s Annual Celebrity Comedy Debate Returns in August
The Mai-Wel Group's 9th Annual Celebrity Comedy Debate returns to Maitland in August with national celebrities and local high profile identities contesting the topic God is a Woman: Equality in Eternity.
Tackling the affirmative argument is one half of comedy duo Lano and Woodley, Frank Woodley leading his all-male teammates Dare2XL Director Andrew Hughes and Tranter Lawyers Managing Director Matthew Tranter.
Leader of the opposition is stand-up comedienne and writer Claire Hooper, who will join forces with Director of The Training Transfer Michelle Newton and 1233 ABC Newcastle morning announcer Jill Emberson.
As Master of Ceremonies, 1233 ABC Newcastle's Dan Cox will keep it all together as the teams bring to the stage their hysterical wit and talents in the ultimate gender showdown.
Sponsored by NAB, the Mai-Wel Celebrity Comedy Debate is one of only three major fundraising initiatives undertaken annually by The Mai-Wel Group. Proceeds from the evening will go towards acquiring a Mai-Wel Domestic Skills House, to provide people with a disability, who want to become more independent, a realistic experience of living away from home.
Tickets are $75 and include a light meal. There will be a raffle, lucky door prizes and live auction on the night, with some unique and exciting prizes up for grabs.
WHEN: 6pm Saturday, 10 August
WHERE: Maitland Town Hall
For bookings or further information visit the Mai-Wel Group website or phone 02 4932 8599.