For the first time in five weeks we will be throwing open the doors of The Plough to welcome some of the biggest names in British comedy (online of course!).
We're taking part in the Covid Arms, a Guinness World Record attempt to create the biggest virtual pub ever seen.
Paul and Emma will be taking the night off to allow landlady, and double Chortle Award winning stand up comedian Kiri Pritchard-Mclean to take charge this Friday, when it opens at 8pm.
Russell Howard, Rachel Parris, Jon Richardson, Nish Kumar, Marcus Brigstocke, Marcus Watson, Richard Osman and others will be taking part in a comedy quiz hosted by Kiri herself.
How to join us on Friday
1) Make a pledge on this page to receive a ticket for this Friday's live show. You can buy the basic stream for £5 or upgrade to the 'front row' for £15, giving you the chance to interact with with the comedians.
2) You will receive an email with a link to the show and your unique password, which can only be used once so be careful not to share it.
3) Now spread the word on social media, tune in on Friday at 8pm and let's have a drink and a laugh together!
It's going to be a great night, and we might end up in the Guinness Book of Records while we're at it!
We'll receive 75% of the proceeds from the tickets, with 25% going to going to the National Emergencies Trust.
The online bar is now open!
We'll be opening 'the bar' online on this page to help us create a bit of a kitty, allowing us to look after the garden this summer so that the place looks perfect for when we finally get back together.
You can buy a round by pledging £10 (using the 'Donate' button) to buy one of our '3 pints for £10' card. It will help us out massively and we'll all have a drink together when this thing all blows over. Pledge for how many you want and let us know in the comments afterwards.
Also Beavertown are sponsoring the event and have put up a limited supply of beer on this page, and we'll receive all the proceeds.
If you can support us then that would be brilliant but if you can't then that's fine too, we are all in this together!
We'll be donating 20% of the proceeds to the Sue Ryder because they will also be missing our donations this year.
We'll be tweeting on the night, too, so let's do what we do best – get together this Friday, have a drink (or two) and have a laugh!