Tonight, Tuesday 5th February, the inaugural Papyrus comedy gala will raise money for suicide prevention – in loving memory of Trixie Hart. This star-studded stand-up event will takeover The Clapham Grand for the evening, starring the likes of Jo Brand and Alan Carr.
Papyrus, the national UK charity dedicated to preventing young suicide
All ticket revenue* will be paid directly to PAPYRUS, the national UK charity dedicated to preventing young suicide, which is the leading cause of death in young people under 35. It provides confidential help and advice to young people and anyone concerned that a young person may be at risk of killing themselves; campaigns to influence national policy and delivers training programmes to individuals and groups. Find out more at papyrus-uk.org
21-25 St John’s Hill, London, SW11 1TT
What help is available?
It can be hard to imagine what type of help or support you can access if you are feeling suicidal. HOPELINEUK advisors can help you find support and explore options with you. The help available can vary depending on where you live.
Talking therapies such as counselling or cognitive behavioural therapy
Community Mental Health support
Crisis services and sanctuaries
Self-help and online resources
Local crisis lines and national helplines
For other services that you can contact for help and support see Resources
What is PAPYRUS HOPELINEUK?
HOPELINEUKadvisers want to work with you to understand why these thoughts of suicide might be present. Provide you with a safe space to talk through anything happening in your life, that could be impacting on your or anyone else’s ability to stay safe.
For children and young people under the age of 35 who are experiencing thoughts of suicide
For anyone concerned that a young person could be thinking about suicide
PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide
PAPYRUS is the national charity for the prevention of young suicide. HOPELineUK – 0800 068 41 41 a freephone national confidential line staffed by trained professionals providing practical advice, support and information to anyone concerned that someone they know is feeling suicidal.
The Clapham Grand reserves the right to request ID. Anyone aged 14-17 must be accompanied by an adult aged 21 or over and sit in the circle (please do not purchase other tickets if someone in your party is within this age range). No persons aged under 14 will be admitted.
Line up of artists correct at time of publication, but may be subject to amendments.