Full Circle”-It’s Time for a Belly Laugh! With Angie Le Mar and Supporting Artist “Lytie” -The Smooth Man of Gospel

E5 City church will be Host to First Black Comedienne for Night of Belly Laughter at E5 City church, Bristol (5th December 2015) -Residents of Stoke Croft and surrounding areas are set to get full doses of the laughter medicine, when Britain’s First Black Lady of Comedy, Angie Le Mar, takes centre stage at the E5 City Church, 3-15 Jamaica Street, Stokes Croft, Bristol BS2 8JP.

Come Saturday December 5, 2015, Le Mar will be delivering a funny, yet inspirational presentation of life; dubbed ‘Full Circle’ It’s time for a belly laugh. A 30 year career has brought Angie great success, a wonderful family, but two years ago she began to feel something was missing. Following a few dark experiences, like severe depression, serious illness and career disappointments Angie, found herself crying floods of tears. Now her life has turned around Full Circle, and brought her back to the place where she first started – the church.

Following her recommitment to Christ, it became clear to her that laughter was needed in the church too. Since then, she has been joyfully entertaining Christian audiences across the UK. One fan said: “Angie Le Mar is seriously funny! What an oxymoron! Yes she is, serious! Her stories are captivating, real and hold so many powerful life principles and at the same time funny, which makes those truths easy to digest by all young and old. I could listen to Angie over and over again, if you haven’t heard her yet, do yourself a favour and do so.”

The audience will also be entertained by gospel reggae artist Lytie- also known as the ‘Smooth Man of Gospel’ out of Birmingham. Lytie’s passion for music has taken him around Europe and has had the pleasure of sharing stage with prolific reggae artists such as Dennis Brown, Sanchez, and Gregory Isaacs. Head of Public Relations at Patricia Rhema, Carmen Carrol said: “Nowadays wholesome entertainment is few and far between. This event is one not to be missed. It will be a time of inspiration, laughter and good reggae gospel music. So come and be a part of it.”

Early bird tickets are now on sale at a cost of £15 and then a general price of £17. The event kicks off at 7:30 pm and runs until 10:30 pm. Refreshments and products will also be on sale.

For further information, please visit: www.patriciarhema.com or www.s2sgospel.com or Eventbrite:

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