Health screening charity no dummy!

Pulborough based charity and Gatwick Diamond member The Mary How Trust has launched a brand new comedy night.

The Mary How Trust for Cancer Prevention have been serving our local area for 35 years and offers a health screening service based on a 'pay what you can afford' basis helping to detect Cancer and other life threatening diseases early. 


They have teamed up with TVs Britains Got Talent finalist, ventriloquist and all round funnyman Steve Hewlett to launch a brand new comedy evening coming to Pulborough on Friday 23rd February.

'Steve is a world class act and his cast of friends such as Arthur Lager, Chi-Chi the Dog and maybe even a member of the audience never fail to bring the house down' says Jamie Clark, recently appointed Head of Fundraising, Events and Marketing for the Mary How Trust. 'This will be a night of entertainment and laughter that you don't want to miss, and all in supoport of our wonderful charity;' he added.


Steve Hewlett wowed the judges as finalist on hit TV talent show Britains Got Talent but his talents have also been seen on TV shows such as Eggheads and Strictly Come Dancing as well as performing for Royalty and on cruise ships such as the QE2 and for companies such as Disney.  

As well as his cast of hilarious 'friends' Steve will be supported by sensational vocalist 'Nina' on the night. 


The event takes place at Pulborough Village Hall on Friday 23rd February 2024 with doors opening at 7.15pm, A bar and exclusive raffle will also be available on the night.


Tickets are on sale now and are selling fast. Please help to support this wonderful GDB Charity and great evening of entertainment.


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