Airlines are often easy targets for comedians.
From the lackluster food, to constant pilot updates, to seemingly arbitrary rules, a bad flight could turn out to be a goldmine for comedians struggling to come up with new material.
Soon, however, comedy and air travel will team up like never before as British Airways invites three talented comedians to perform for passengers at 35,000 feet, all in the name of charity.
Dara O’Briain, Jack Whitehall, and Jon Richardson will delight passengers on a special two and a half hour flight over the UK to raise money for Comic Relief. During the flight, the trio will take turns doing sets in what is sure to be the most unique venue any of them has ever performed in.
“I’ve performed in some unusual places, but never at 35,000 feet!” said O’Briain. To learn more about Comic Relief and how you could win tickets for this very special flight, check out British Airways’ Facebook Page.
Source: Daily Mail