Rifco Theatre Company and Watford Palace Theatre Present
Masala Queens Pinky (Vedi Roy) and Preetho (Harvey Dhadda) return to Watford to host a night of comedy with a brilliant line-up of British Asian stand-up comedians
Sukh is a writer, actress and stand-up comedian. She won Monologue Slam and the Make The Cut competition at the St James Theatre. Sukh also stars in Pyar Actually, her first full-length play as a writer.
Sunil is a stand-up comedian and actor. He starred in mockumentary series Borderline for Channel 5 in 2016 and 2017, and Viceland’s Bobby And Harriet Get Married in 2017. Sunil also co-hosts podcast Why Is Harriet Crying?
Kai won the Birmingham Comedy Festival Breaking Talent Award in 2017. Combining an edgy stage presence and a confident delivery, he talks frankly about issues such as class, race and modern culture from an intelligent and fresh perspective. @KaiSamra
Ahir was an Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Show 2017 nominee. Shah’s sharp, intellectual brand of stand-up features a blend of philosophical inquiry, political vigour, and sweet gags. @AhirShah
Host of the BBCR4's Comedy of the Week podcast, Sindhu Vee is most likely the tallest Indian woman you'll ever meet. She devotes all the time she has left over from raising her 3 children (and bizarrely gigantic labrador) to comedy and suffering facial peels. She is currently working on her BBC R4 comedy series 'Sindhustan', out later this year. Chortle Hot List For the Year Ahead 2018.
Part of the British Asian Festival
Running time: 2 hours
Recommended age: 16+
2 event discount: Book Pinky & Preetho’s Comedy Night + Pyar Actually or English Vinglish and get £2 off total.
3 event discount: Book Pinky & Preetho’s Comedy Night + Pyar Actually + English Vinglish and get £3 off total.
Discount applied to total at checkout. Limited to 4 tickets per event per booking.