Lovehoney supports Comedy Benefit with added serious Sex Appeal!

An impressive Comedy Benefit line-up of high profile comedy stars will take to the stage on January 21 2017 to raise vital funds for Brook, the UK’s leading sexual health and wellbeing charity for young people.

The star-studded line-up for Sex Appeal 6 includes Abigoliah Schuman, Ahir Shah, Al Murray, Desirée Burch, Ed Byrne, Johnny Cochrane, Mae Martin, Richard Herring, Scott Capurro and Sindhu Vee – all of whom are generously donating their time and talent to support the charity.

Helen Balmer, Brand & Marketing Director at Lovehoney commented: “Lovehoney is thrilled to be partnering with Brook again for Sex Appeal 6.”

The annual sell-out show will take place at Conway Hall in Central London and is sponsored by Lovehoney, a multi-award winning manufacturer and distributor of pleasure products.

Brook provides free, confidential sexual health and wellbeing services to young people throughout the UK, as well as delivering sex and relationships education in schools and offering training to professionals working with young people.

“Brook is making a real difference in young people’s lives and Lovehoney is pleased to offer continued support to the charity, especially as we’re all about promoting sexual happiness through fun and fulfilling sex lives.”

Brook’s Chief Executive, Helen Marshall says “With almost 60% of young girls and women facing sexual harassment in schools, Brook’s work has never been more vital. We’re so grateful to all the comedians donating their time for what is such a valuable cause and to Lovehoney for their continued sponsorship of the event.”

Abigoliah Schamaun, who will be performing for the second year, says: “After growing up in a conservative town where abstinence was our only version of sex education at our public school, I’m aware of the downfalls of withholding proper safe sex education from young people. Sex is great, so let’s make sure everyone can enjoy it while being well informed and safe. Go Brook!”

Al Murray adds “Sex ed is incredibly important – you can’t exactly make informed choices if you’re not informed, can you?”

For more information and tickets, visit comedysex.org and @comedysex

Brook, the UK’s leading sexual health and wellbeing charity for young people

Brook is the leading sexual health and wellbeing charity for young people. The first Brook service was established in 1964 by Helen Brook to provide contraception and advice to unmarried women. Each year Brook supports over 250,000 young people under 25. Brook has services in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Jersey.

All our services provide free and confidential sexual health advice, contraception, pregnancy testing, and screening and treatment for sexually transmitted infections.

Brook also provides support services and programmes to help young people make positive and healthy lifestyle choices and to improve their personal and emotional wellbeing.


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