Comedians Aaron Simmonds and Lee Ridley ‘Lost Voice Guy’ will be appearing at this year’s Naidex (National Accessibility, Inclusion & Disability Expo).
The pair will deliver an hour of free fun and laughs on the Main Stage from 3.30pm on March 22 to celebrate the first day of the 50th anniversary show at Birmingham’s NEC.
Naidex is the biggest and most established event for the disability community, with content, products and features covering mobility, employment and work, health & well-being, independent living, family, sports, rehab/care, relationships, entertainment and food & drink.
Aaron Simmonds is an award winning comedian with cerebral palsy that has been performing stand up (whilst sitting down) for seven years. He performs regularly across the comedy circuit and has also appeared on The Russell Howard Hour (Sky1), Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV2), Guessable (Comedy Central), Rob Beckett’s Undeniable (Comedy Central) and A-Z of Horror Movies (Sky Max).
Lee Ridley ‘Lost Voice Guy’ won Britain’s Got Talent in 2018 and the BBC New Comedy Award in 2014. His other credits include Christmas Comedy Club with Lost Voice Guy (ITV), The Royal Variety Performance (ITV), Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions (ITV), America’s Got Talent: The Champions (NBC), Comic Relief (BBC), Live At The Apollo (BBC) and The Last Leg (Channel 4).
For more information on exhibitors, speakers, features and sessions at Naidex, and to register for the event, visit the website www.naidex.co.uk