Humour can break down barriers and challenge norms, which is what the people at Joke for Scope are trying to do.

The comedy festival, which will be held at Up The Creek in Greenwich, aims to challenge attitudes towards disabled people’s ambitions and talent.

Talent and potential many disabled people have goes unrecognised, which is why Joke For Scope will have some of the best disabled comedians on show.

Amongst the comedians include Adam Hills, who has a prosthetic leg, Steve Day, Rosie Jones, and Dane Baptiste.

The event is on November 20 with doors opening at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Tickets are available at and cost £14.