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Sisterhood to host local laughs

Two local comedians of international acclaim, Al Del Bene and Julia Wilson, will perform at Balgowlah RSL on 13 May to raise funds for The Northern Beaches Women’s Shelter.

Run by the Sisterhood, a  community-minded network of Northern Beaches women who meet regularly to connect and support those in need, the event will be held at Balgowlah RSL, with 100% of all ticket sales and proceeds will go to The Northern Beaches Women’s Shelter.

The Sisterhood works to enhance the immeasurable work already being undertaken by local community organisations.  It’s located out of Balgowlah, North Balgowlah, Clontarf and North Manly.

L.A. Comedy Awards’ Comedian of The Year, and American native, Al Del Bene was a regular at the world famous ‘Laugh Factory’ (LA). Julia Wilson has headlined comedy events all over the world, thrilling audiences in Australia, Britain, South Africa, Croatia, Germany, and Canada, with her personal brand of “filth”.

Here are a few clips for a taster!


The event: Tickets are $39 per person ($35 early bird), with doors open 6.45pm at Balgowlah RSL, Ethel Street, Seaforth.

Tickets can be purchased here.


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