Night of Gospel Laughs Boasts Ethical Comedy Show
May 30, 2012 By Tiffani Knowles

Global Christian Event Network hosts its flagship standup comedy event Night of Gospel Laughs at 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 30, 2012.

Returning for the third year, NOGL is a no holds barred ethical standup comedy show featuring some of the hottest Christian comedians of the new generation along with seasoned veterans performing their funniest routines.

"There are few choices of safe and ethical entertainment available to families and Christians around us these days," said Gbenga Omotayo, President GCEN - NY. "Moral values are slowly disappearing from our communities and from our lives, therefore NOGL is fully focused on reversing this trend to bring back and cater to the family unit."

The event will take place at Bishop Loughlin School Auditorium at 357 Clermont Avenue in Brooklyn, New York.

This year's comic line-up includes:

  • WAMILELE- International Christian Comedian
  • CHRIS BROWN- Christian Comedian
  • NaMoo SKEE- Comedian/ Actor
  • FEMI KOREDE- Show Presenter/Host, TNI Radio
  • SEYI Brown- Host, Africa Laughs on Africa Channel
  • MIKE GOODHOPE- 2012 GCEN Inspirational Gospel Comedian

Additional music and entertainment will be provided by Dj Dr D Of WHCR 90.3 Fm, Haitian Mass Choir And DMSquared, Nigerian International Recording Artist.

Tickets to this event can be purchased at , or by calling 917.826.3566.

GCEN is a unique social enterprise and event marketing organization that facilitates and hosts events which appeals to all classes of people within different age groups. Based in the metro New York area with global reach, GCEN caters primarily to the Christian communities through hosting of ethical and life changing events.

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