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Standing up for comedy in Paris since 1995
We are proud to present some of the world's greatest stand-up comedians
and simply the best concert acts you can hear anywhere in the world.
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Laughing Matters In Paris
Presents for the Sixth Time
Stand-Up Comedy in English with
Wednesday 21st November 8-30pm
19, rue de Lappe Paris 11
tickets 22 euros / 15 euros studnets
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Shazias TV work includes; The One Show (BBC1), Celebs In Solitary (Channel 5), Travel Man 48 Hours In... (Channel 4), Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls (Channel 4), The Jonathan Ross Show (ITV), Loose Women (ITV), Top Gear (BBC), The Late Late Show (RTE), Have I got News for You (BBC), 60 Minutes (CBS), Last Comic Standing (NBC) and she is a regular panellist on Jeremy Vine (Chanel 5). Radio Appearances include; Graham Norton Show (BBC), Steve Wright in the Afternoon (BBC), The Craig Ferguson Show (SiriusXM), The Now Show, (BBC), Arthur Smiths Comedy Club (BBC), Saturday Live, (BBC), Midweek, (BBC), Womans Hour, (BBC), With Great Pleasure, (BBC), Between Ourselves (BBC), A Good Read (BBC), Vanessa Feltz Show- Pause For Thought (BBC), The Frank Skinner Show and Absolute Radio. Shazia Mirza is an award winning British stand up comedian and writer who works internationally. She has performed stand-up shows across the world in Europe, US, Asia and the Far East. Her sell out tours include; Norway, Sweden, Denmark, France, Germany, Switzerland, India, Pakistan, Singapore, Indonesia, Nong Kong, Cambodia and Kosovo. Listed by The Observer as one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy, Shazia is also a winner of the prestigious PPA Awards; 'Columnist of the Year for her writing in The New Statesman. Other publications she writes for include; The Guardian, The Financial Times, the Daily Mail, New Internationalist, the Chicago Tribune, the Big Issue and Loaded Magazine.
5 4 star reviews
Shazia Mirza is provoking laughter and large intakes of breath once again ... brave and urgent THE TELEGRAPH
As brave a piece of comedy as youll see MAIL ON SUNDAY
"she's effective at getting under your skin... strikes a blow" METRO
"at this moment in time post-Brexit, post-Nice, post-Orlando its on point chilling and superb" THE SKINNY
"Mirza has stepped up a gear... the bravest thing youll see on a comedy stage this year... a remarkable finale" SUNDAY TIMES
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