CHARITY Human Appeal has announced the launch of its seventh annual Comedy Takeover featuring top Muslim comedians.

It's to raise money for victims of the Pakistan floods.

The tour began on December 15 and will run until December 31, with the show coming to Bradford today (December 17) at the Bradford Hotel. 

The tour will take place in Newcastle, Glasgow, Bradford, Blackburn, Manchester, Dewsbury, Birmingham, Cardiff, Leicester, Luton, Slough and London.

Among this year’s line-up are American comedian and actor Omar Regan, considered one of the top five Muslim comedians in the world as well as Imran Yusuf, who made his TV debut on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow.

Ali Official, best known for his BBC Three comedy Muzlamic and for presenting the documentary Being British Bagladeshi; Aatif Nawaz, writer and star of BBC 3 comedy Muzlamic and New York based Sabeen Sadiq.

Zaheer Khan, Director of fundraising at Human Appeal, said: “Having recently visited some of the worst affected flood areas, it is heartening that our annual event is supporting the rebuilding of the homes of those who lost everything in the floods.

“We thank our headline sponsor Broadway City Gwadar who supported this tour with the aim of putting a smile on the faces of both those attending the show as well the vulnerable families impacted by the devastating floods in Pakistan.”

Tickets can be bought on the Human Appeal website.

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