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Ireland’s fastest rising comedy star, nominated for multiple Dublin Fringe Festival awards including Best Performer, Best Production & the First Fortnight Award.
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A former NYC yogi now living in London, Abigoliah is a disarmingly honest comedian with a tender heart and a foul mouth that compliments her wicked sense of humour. 'A foul-mouthed sweetheart, aggressively feminine, endearingly butch and curiously disturbed' (The Skinny) 'Her cheeky honesty is completely disarming and delightful' (Chortle) 'Racy and hilarious' (Three Weeks) 'Warm, funny and dirty. Abigoliah takesto the stage like a burst of adults only sunshine' (Celia Pacquola) 'A fresh and quirky voice' (The Herald Sun, Melbourne).
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Yuriko Kotani is a UK-based Japanese comedian, who was named as 'one to watch' by Time Out and won the BBC New Comedy Award in 2015. In 2016, she appeared on series 2 of Russell Howard's Stand Up Central, BBC Three's Pls Like in 2017, and CBBC's The Dog Ate My Homework in 2018. "leftfield rising star" - Time Out
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Decidedly dark and deliciously different – a one way ticket to a world you never knew existed. Despite being 'unique', she's warm and chatty and has built a cult following for her brand of confessional comedy. 'Outstanding comic, laughs just keep on coming' (Channel 4).
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As seen as on Live At The Apollo, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, 8/10 Cats and Have I Got News For You, Shappi Khorsandi is an Iranian female stand-up comic who established herself on the London circuit back in the early 2000's. Feisty, flirty and effortlessly funny, she handles every subject with razor sharp wit. She is also the best-selling author of A Beginners Guide to Acting English and her fantastic debut novel ‘Nina is not OK’ was published by Ebury in 2016. Shappi was also elected president of the British Humanist society in 2017. 'Makes live comedy thrilling' (Evening Standard). 'Shappi is an endearing presence and possesses a charming self-awareness that ensures consistent laughter from start to finish' (Huffington Post). 'Seriously funny and surprisingly filthy' (The New Statesman). Shappi Khorsandi was named in Ents24's top 20 hardest-working comedians of 2016.
See 18 tour dates featuring Shappi Khorsandi
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