Lee Mack, Richard Osman sign up for Let's Play Darts for Comic Relief

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Comic Relief (opens in new tab) is introducing a new feature in March - celebrities teaming up with the world's best darts players on Let's Play Darts for Comic Relief.

Presented by Gabby Logan and held at Lakeside Frimley Green, one of the iconic venues of world darts, celebrities and comedians including Lee Mack, Bob Mortimer, Liza Tarbuck, Sean Lock, Tim Vine, Roisin Conaty, Richard Osman and Martin Offiah will team up with champion darts players Martin 'Wolfie' Adams, Bobby ‘King of Bling’ George, Andy ‘The Viking’ Fordham, Anastasia ‘From Russia With Love’ Dobromyslova, Ted 'The Count' Hankey, Deta 'The Dark Destroyer' Hedman, Darryl ‘The Dazzler’ Fitton and Richie ‘Rich’ George.

The event has already been filmed and details of who won are a closely guarded secret.

Let's Play Darts for Comic Relief will screen on BBC Two in early March and also feature appeal films from celebrities including Lenny Henry, Liza Tarbuck, Emma Willis, Angela Griffin and Gabby Logan.

 

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