Michael McIntyre gives show proceeds to charity
Michael McIntyre, the well known Brit stand-up comedian, dedicated one of his warm-up acts for his new tour to Julia’s House.
The fundraising staff and nurses joined the comedy artist in London’s Duchess Theatre for an exclusive evening of fundraising for charity as he got ready for his United Kingdom and Ireland tour in 2015.
In the spectator stand, there was film director Guy Ritchie as well as his beloved Jacqui Ainslie, who are both patrons of Dorset children’s hospice charity. At the event, the comedian said guests that the proceeds from the performance would directly go to Julia’s House children’s hospice.
He added that this is a lovely charity that cares for seriously ill kids as well as their families in Dorset and in south Wiltshire. He is proud because Wiltshire is now his home county.
The comedian went on to muster up the audience to give to a retiring assemblage for the charity that helps a hospice at the Corfe Mullen and offers home support for the families of youngsters who are suffering from life-limiting conditions.
Some of the charity’s nurses were there with them so it would be good if they could contribute for this magnificent cause. They would be very grateful for everyone’s support.
The comedian also asked for more charity show for Julia’s House children’s hospice in Wiltshire in autumn. Julia’s House provides a home based respite service for life-limited kids living over Dorset border in Wiltshire.