The Indians Are Coming

Belgrade Theatre, Coventry.

The Indians Are Coming

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This event is for over 16s only - No refunds will be issued for under 16s.

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GENERAL ADMISSION £13.75 (£12.50)

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The Chuckle Singhs bring an ALL INDIAN line up to Belgrade Theatre, Coventry.


Hosts: 
Chuckle Singhs, Bob & Danny provide banter and audience interaction to entertain and keep any event moving. 

Acts:

** Sindhu Vee **
Sindhu Vee is a British-Indian comedian and a mother of three. A former Investment banker, she has studied Political Science and Philosophy before becoming a stand-up comedian. Sindhu believes that being funny is in her genes. This new lady on the comedy scene is sure to bring smiles with unparalleled sarcasm and wit.

 

** Jay Sodagar **

Jay terms his comedy as Social Conscience Comedy, this genre underlines observational, political and straight stand-up, and he likes to make people think about his material after they've laughed.
He was heavily involved with Comedy Improvisation, as part of the first all Asian Impro Team, which now tours Canada and the US.
Writing is a passion of Jay's and he has written a material including sketch shows for TV and a feature length film script.
He also made a short film and entered it into a major short film competition, and made it through to the final.

In the little spare time he has, Jay teaches stand-up comedy.

He has appeared everywhere from tiny comedy clubs to large theatres to Television and even around the world (France, Croatia, New York, LA).

'What night would not be complete without the razor sharp acerbic wit of Jay Sodagar' - BBC

** Rahul Kohli **

Rahul Kohli is one of the fastest rising act on the circuit. A young geordie asian man combining fierce political satire with surreal storytelling, in just a few short years, his debut solo show: Newcastle Brown Male gained critical acclaim at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival earning him a top pick of both BBC Radio 4 and the Huffington Post. It also gained him radio credits for BBC Radio 4's State of the Nation and BBC Asia Networks Big Asian Comedy Night. On top of this he has gained writing credits for other Radio 4 Shows while performing at some of the biggest clubs around the country from the Stand up North to the Comedy Store down south. In January 2017, Rahul became an award-winning comedian winning the prestigious NATYS, formerly the Hackney Empire New Act of the Year Award.'