Comedy night with Asian flavour
PUBLISHED: 12:37 18 July 2007 | UPDATED: 11:18 24 May 2010
A COMEDY extravaganza will be drawing crowds to The Tobacco Factory in Bristol on July 22. After the show's first sell-out with Asian Comedians in February, three new stars will be taking to the stage and captivating audiences with their jokes and banter.
A COMEDY extravaganza will be drawing crowds to The Tobacco Factory in Bristol on July 22.After the show's first sell-out with Asian Comedians in February, three new stars will be taking to the stage and captivating audiences with their jokes and banter.Paul Chowdhry, one of the most popular Asian comedians of today, will be keeping the laughter ringing out with his dry, observational humour which taps into the multicultural diversity of contemporary Britain.Trained actor, Jason Kavan, will also be taking to the stage after deciding to go back to his first love of making people laugh. The comedian, who has an English dad, an Indian mum and a wife from Jamaica, used to memorise Eddie Murphy's stand up show, Delirious, and act it out at school.And the final star in the impressive line-up is Ayesha Hazarika, who has been recognised as one of London's brightest young comedians since reaching the semi finals of Channel 4's So You Think You're Funny competition in 2003.Her humour covers race, religion and relationships and she has been gigging across the UK comedy circuit.The Asian Arts Agency is organising the comedy night at The Tobacco Factory in Raleigh Road, Southville, Bristol.Tickets, priced £12, are available from the box office on 01179 020344.