Newbury's Jody & The Jerms’ NoMo CHemo Show supports Breast Cancer Now
Newbury band Jody & The Jerms play their biggest indoor show to date at the Corn Exchange on February 10 and it’s rather special.
The NoMo Chemo Show supports Breast Cancer Now.
It’ll be a night of music and comedy, with the band being joined by comedians Nick Helm and Paul F Taylor, as well as Berkshire/Oxfordshire bands Hoof and The Shapes - plus a few surprises along the way.
Nick Helm starred in BBC sitcom Uncle and is touring the UK in 2024 with his stand up show. Paul F Taylor has made numerous acclaimed performances at Edinburgh Fringe.
Providing the music are pop punk band Jody and the Jerms. The seven-piece played 49 shows across the UK in 2023 supporting their third album Wonder and picking up airplay from Frank Skinner, Mark Radcliffe and many others along the way. They release their first single of 2024 – Joy – on January 24 - called Joy. Hoof are an up and coming band from Wantage and Oxford. The Shapes bring their upbeat Van Morrision infused tunes to the Corn Exchange - complete with brass section. All three bands are female fronted.
Tickets are going well but it would be great to sell out this month - so any support is massively appreciated.
The seats have been taken out downstairs for standing tickets, with seating tickets provided in the balcony.
The show is a fundraiser for the Breast Cancer Now charity and is partly inspired by the cancer treatment journey of a friend of the Jerms.
Tickets from the Corn Exchange box office, priced £20.