A COMEDY night in Cradley Heath is set to raise funds to help people suffering from brain tumours.

‘Humour for Tumours’ will see a number of comedians take to the stage in the hope of raising money for the Brain Tumour Charity.

Taking place at The Holly Bush on Saturday (September 9), the show features a stellar line-up with Johnny Sorrow, Count Evil, Rob Kemp and Roger Smith some of the names already confirmed.

Entry to the show costs £3, while people can also donate towards the Brain Tumour Charity online at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/brainst0ck.

Cariss Evans and Stacey Cross have organised the event due to the support Cariss received from the charity when she had brain surgery to remove a large tumour from her right temporal lobe in June 2014.

Last month, Cariss was told that her tumour is growing back, so while she is well enough, she wants to raise as much money for the charity as she can.