Red Nose Day is just a month away and funny fundraisers are taking shape all over town. We reported yesterday how BBC London presenters are in training for their first ever stand up gigs but the professionals are at it too.
On Saturday 12th March, Dara O'Briain, Jack Whitehall and Jon Richardson team up with British Airways and Guinness World Records, to set the record for the "Highest Stand-Up Comedy Gig in the World". And you could be up there with them, sipping champagne and laughing at 35000 feet to witness it.
This special gig is part of British Airways' Flying Start partnership with Comic Relief which raises money all year round to transform the lives of disadvantaged and vulnerable children at home and abroad.
To be in with a chance of being one of 75 lucky people flying over the UK and enjoying two-and-a-half hours of top stand-up comedy for charity — including champagne and refreshments — fans can text 'Fly1' to 70300 or visit www.facebook.com/britishairways to enter the competition. Full terms and conditions are available from the Facebook page.
Red Nose Day is on Friday 18 March 2011.
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