Laughter is the best medicine

A laugh a day will keep the doctor away? Maybe. Research has shown that laughter can be indeed a 'remedy' that might impact on mood, relationships, neurology, heart health and even immunity

GMHBA would like to help you get your giggle on by giving 80 of our members free access to the 4th annual Women’s Health Week Comedy Gala, which will be streamed live right around Australia.

This one-night-only event celebrates women supporting women in a laugh-out-loud night of comedy and music. Hosted by Claire Hooper, this fun event will feature the impressive talents of Celia Pacquola, Cal Wilson, Steph Tisdell, Zoe Coombs Marr and Jude Perl. Performers will be live on stage in Melbourne and streamed live on high definition Zoom video conferencing platform. There will be no topic off limits as these women tell it like it is!

Thank you to those who entered, this competition is now closed.  

The details

Date: Saturday 26 September 
Note: the Comedy Gala was originally due to be broadcast on 5 September but has been postponed to 26 September due to strict stage four COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria.
Time: 7:30pm – 8:45pm (AEST)
Location: On your couch – live streaming on Zoom HD via your phone, laptop or smart tv
Age: 18+ (adult content and language). 

About Women’s Health Week

The annual Jean Hailes 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. 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.

If it’s not your lucky day you can still purchase a ticket via the Comedy Gala event page.