Stand-up comics provide a laugh at lunchtime
LOCAL comedians gave Bristolians a lunchtime laugh by cracking jokes outside St Nicholas Market.
Mark Olver and Tony Cowards braved the freezing temperatures to perform jokes and sketches to highlight a fundraising charity day that takes place on February 1.
"Feel Good Friday" aims to get companies to take part in 'feel good' themed activities in return for a donation to Samaritans.
The two popular comedians are well known in the area where they have played numerous gigs.
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Mark has supported such acts as Russell Howard and Lee Mack on national tours and warms up the audiences for shows such as 8 Out of 10 Cats, Jonathan Ross, Have I Got News For You, and Deal or No Deal.
Tony has been working as a comedian since 2004 and plays gigs all over the UK and is the principal gag writer for Bristol based Jack FM.
As part of "Feel Good Friday" employees are being encouraged to organise feel good activities, such as hosting a comedy night or sponsoring colleagues to do something funny – like wearing slippers to work.
Companies can register and download a fundraising pack by visiting www.feelgoodfriday.org.