What is the Comic Relief prize draw, how to enter and what you can win!

A host of exciting experiences are up for grabs in the Comic Relief Prize draw and it's all in the name of charity.

If you fancy breakfast with Louis Tomlinson or a private Mumford and Son gig then this draw is for you. Here's what you need to know…

What is the Comic Relief prize draw and how can you enter?

The Comic Relief prize draw offers you the chance to bid for a chance to win some exciting experiences while raising money in the process!

For a chance to win you can enter a prize draw or bid for a chance to win at the Comic Relief website from as little as £10.

Speaking about the prizes available, the Executive Producer of Red Nose Day Emma Freud said:

"I’m SO proud of this year's Prizeathon.  It’s the best list of unique, cheeky and daring prizes we were able to compile

"Every one of them has been given by the celebrity themselves

"And we're absolutely delighted to have Sir David Attenborough on board for breakfast at the Natural History Museum and a wander with him through his favourite exhibition before the museum opens."

What can you win?

In the exciting draw you can win:

  • A private Mumford and Son gig in Richard Curtis's sitting room
  • Breakfast with Sir David Attenborough at the Natural History Museum
  • Breakfast with Jodie Whittaker and her castmate Mandip Gill on the set of Doctor Who in Cardiff
  • A drink with Tom Hiddleston after watching his West End play Betrayal
  • Tea with the Royal Family – well the cast of The Crown including Claire Foy, Matt Smith and Vanessa Kirby
  • A drink with Gillian Anderson after watching her perform in All About Eve at the Noel Coward Theatre in the West End
  • A fry up and chat with Louis Tomlinson at The Bridge Café
  • A Stromtroopers helmet from the final Star Wards movie… Star Wars: Episode IX
  • Dinner with Jessie Ware and her mum at her house while they record their hit podcast Table Manners with Richard Curtis
  • An exquisite Mole and Boy drawing by Charlie Mackesy
  • A backstage hangout with the woman behind the Guilty Feminist podcast Deborah Frances-White and her special guests
  • Breakfast with blogger Tanya Burr at Notting Hill's Granger & Co
  • Breakfast with Giovanna Fletcher at the Breakfast Club

When is Red Nose Day 2019?

The Comic Relief telethon has been confirmed to air on BBC One on Friday, March 15, 2019.

It usually starts around 7pm and runs right through to 2.30am on the Saturday morning.

It briefly switches to BBC Two when coverage on BBC One breaks for The News from 10pm to 10.40pm.

This broadcast information is still to be confirmed.

Red Nose Day at a glance…

  • Comic Relief was created in 1985 by filmmaker Richard Curtis and comedian Lenny Henry
  • The first Red Nose Day telethon in 1988 raised £15 million and the last one in 2017 raised a whopping £82 million
  • This year's event sees celebrities taking part to raise money in;
  • Strictly Danceathon – Claudia and Tess will be dancing for 24 hours
  • Kilimanjaro: The Return – Dani Dyer is joined by Shirley Ballas and other celebs for the gruelling trek
  • Bodyguard – Richard Madden reprises his role for a one-off special
  • Four Weddings And A Funeral sequel – after the hugely successful reprisal in 2017 of Love Actually, Hugh Grant is back once more
  • To donate, visit comicrelief.com

Where can you buy a Red Nose?

This Red Nose Day they've got eleven new Red Noses in special surprise boxes.

Well, nine red ones, a rare green one and an ultra rare one which you can turn upside down.

You need to head to Sainsbury’s or Oxfam to pick up your red noses this year.

Alternatively, you can get them at the Red Nose Day online store.

They cost £1.25 each.

Where does the money from Comic Relief go?

Comic Relief spends the money that is raised through Red Nose Day and Sport Relief on disadvantaged people living in the UK and around the world.

Over the last 30 years over £1billion has been raised for the charity.

The Comic Relief charity is UK based and aims to free the world from poverty.

It has also backed campaigns to help disabled people get back into work and to highlight abuse of the elderly.

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