MANCHESTER, NH — Laugh for Life is a benefit comedy show set for Aug. 9 at the Alpine Club featuring three great comedians. But it’s not just for laughs — proceeds will support Brigid’s House of Hope, a refuge providing long-term transitional safe housing for survivors of Human Trafficking in New Hampshire and surrounding areas.
Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at tinyurl.com/brigidcomedy Doorst at 7:30 p.m., show at 8 p.m.
About the comedians:
Drew Dunn is the winner of both the 2018 Seattle International and 2017 Boston Comedy Festivals.
Nick Lavallee was named one of the Country’s “Best Undiscovered Comedians” in 2018 by Thrillist.
Tricia Auld is a Boston-based comedian and a regular at Laugh Boston and Nick’s Comedy Stop.
More info about the organization:
Brigid’s House of Hope will provide a state-wide accessible shelter for those who have been exploited through trafficking. Along with shelter,
we will also provide access to medical care and mental health services, support, and ultimately transition individuals into long term housing and equip them with the skills and resources necessary to prevent re-exploitation.