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Award-winning stand-up comedian Kai Samra presents his hotly tipped debut hour.
Join Kai as he hilariously dissects life as a young, working class, British Asian in the 21st Century. From police stop and searches, to a complete lack of options at fancy dress parties. He reflects on personal stories of homelessness, the gentrification of the arts and the rise of right-wing politics in his home town until an interview with the former EDL leader Tommy Robinson changes his views on everything.
‘A hugely impressive hour… narrated with flair and grace by Samra.’Fest
As seen/heard on ITV2, BBC3, BBC Asian Network, BBC Radio 4’s Sketchtopia.
Directed by Adam Brace.
‘A smart, warm infectious set about how weighted comedy can be towards the wealthy... establishing himself as a future fringe star.’
'Poignant... [an] arresting debut show.'
'A charismatic man with a great story and with the chops to tell it in an impressively well put together show... a lively, engaging presence, a skilled story teller and an astute, intelligent commentator... if this industry doesn’t accommodate him, then shame on us.’