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23 August 2020
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Give your staff a good laugh this Women’s Health Week

This year, more than ever, we all need a laugh. We are delighted that the 4th annual Women’s Health Week Comedy Gala is back – and this year we will be sharing the laughs with even more women by streaming the event live right around Australia.

With COVID-19 placing additional stress on all aspects of our lives, keeping staff engaged and connected while working from home can be challenging. 

Checking in with each other has never been more important. Let your staff know that you’re thinking of them, and help boost morale during these difficult times, by buying them a virtual front seat to the Comedy Gala on Saturday 26 September. 

Tickets can be pre-purchased by your organisation, and a promo code generated for staff to use to access their tickets and the exclusive link to the live streamed event. 

Single tickets are only $20 and for bookings of 50 or more tickets, we are offering a 10% discount. It’s a small cost for a big return on staff wellbeing.

This one-night-only event celebrates women supporting women in a laugh-out-loud night of comedy and music. Featuring the impressive talents of Claire Hooper, Celia Pacquola, Cal Wilson, Steph Tisdell, Zoe Coombs Marr, Jude Perl and Aditi Mittal. Produced by Janet a. McLeod.

There will be no topic off limits as these women tell it like it is!

Women’s health is powerful stuff and Jean Hailes’ annual Women’s Health Week (7-11 September) is dedicated to improving the health of all women in Australia. Special thanks to our partner in mental health, Liptember, who also believe in the power of a good laugh.

To find more about giving the gift of a good laugh to your staff email [email protected] or buy tickets now at go.jeanhailes.org.au/comedy-gala-2020 

About Women’s Health Week

Jean Hailes’ annual health awareness campaign, Women’s Health Week (7-11 September) is dedicated to improving the health of all women in Australia. Jean Hailes provides valuable health and wellbeing information and tips to women nationally via our website, eDMs, podcasts, information packs, videos and events. In 2019 more than 110,000 people participated in the week, with more than 2880 events across the country from Esperance to the Tiwi Islands, and 47,000+ receiving online health content.

For media

For more information on Jean Hailes for Women’s Health please contact Caroline Cottrill on 0438 257 246 or [email protected]