'Tell me something I don't know' poster

Arts Emergency, a national network of volunteers who mentor young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, comes to London’s Bloomsbury Theatre on 18 and 19 June with a mini-festival of comedy and music. Tell Me Something I Don't Know is curated by Josie Long – you can read New Humanist’s recent interview with her here – and features appearances from Stewart Lee, Shappi Khorsandi, Tony Law, Sarah Pascoe and a horde of fascinating folk from universities and museums around the UK.

We havea pair of tickets to give away free to readers – just answer the following question:

  • What was the title of Stewart Lee’s most recent BBC2 series?

Email editor@newhumanist.org.uk with your answer by 4pm on Thursday 12 June. Please mark your email “Arts Emergency competition” in the subject line and specify whether you’d like to go on either 18 or 19 June.

Confirmed line-ups so far are:

18 June (hosted by Josie Long)

Stewart Lee

Shappi Khorsandi

Grace Petrie

Jo Neary

Grace Savage (2x UK beatbox champ)

Shaka Black (of Dubstation)

19 June (hosted by Josie Long)

Stewart Lee

Tony Law

Sara Pascoe

Grace Petrie

Jo Neary

Tiernan Douieb

Nikesh Shukla