Nabil Abdulrashid: NABIL

Just the Tonic at Rosie's, Birmingham.

This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

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GENERAL ADMISSION £19.80 (£18.00)
CONCESSION £17.60 (£16.00)
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Lee Martin for Gag Reflex in association with Chambers Touring present


Nabil Abdulrashid
N.A.B.I.L. (Nobody Actually Believed I'd Last)



After reaching the final of Britain's Got Talent 2020, Nabil Abdulrashid brings his brand-new stand-up show on tour.


From growing up under military rule in northern Nigeria to falling into legal trouble as a teenager in south London, join Nabil as he recollects the remarkable, chaotic and sometimes tragic (but always hilarious) story of his life so far.

Expect a night of ?unapologetically funny? (Telegraph) stand-up as Nabil charts his journey from humble beginnings (and middles) to one of UK comedy's most talked about rising stars.


Refreshingly radical fare, smartly woven into a gag-packed set? a fresh comic voice
The Telegraph

The star by a wide margin? animated by a sardonic intelligence and sharp eye for the absurdities of racial discourse
The Guardian

Defiant and fearless
The Metro

Hilarious
The Radio Times

Absolutely brilliant, a breath of fresh air
Alesha Dixon

Too funny. A really refreshing comic voice
David Walliams

Legendary stuff, bro
Ashley Banjo



Lee Martin for Gag Reflex in association with Chambers Touring present


Nabil Abdulrashid
N.A.B.I.L. (Nobody Actually Believed I'd Last)



After reaching the final of Britain's Got Talent 2020, Nabil Abdulrashid brings his brand-new stand-up show on tour.


From growing up under military rule in northern Nigeria to falling into legal trouble as a teenager in south London, join Nabil as he recollects the remarkable, chaotic and sometimes tragic (but always hilarious) story of his life so far.

Expect a night of ?unapologetically funny? (Telegraph) stand-up as Nabil charts his journey from humble beginnings (and middles) to one of UK comedy's most talked about rising stars.


Refreshingly radical fare, smartly woven into a gag-packed set? a fresh comic voice
The Telegraph

The star by a wide margin? animated by a sardonic intelligence and sharp eye for the absurdities of racial discourse
The Guardian

Defiant and fearless
The Metro

Hilarious
The Radio Times

Absolutely brilliant, a breath of fresh air
Alesha Dixon

Too funny. A really refreshing comic voice
David Walliams

Legendary stuff, bro
Ashley Banjo