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Vir Das: Live in London, Soho Theatre – Review

Pros: A hilarious, naughty standup routine that will have you laughing until your sides ache Cons: A few of the jokes were lost if you aren’t totally immersed in Indian culture Vir Das is a fully-fledged Bollywood movie star who decided to try his hand at stand up. I’m very glad he did! He  brings a totally different voice to the UK comedy circuit, with his hilarious perspective on growing up in India, studying in America, politics and religion. Vir ...

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Handle with Care, Urban Locker Old Street – Review

Pros: A really interesting piece of immersive theatre, cleverly choreographed in an extremely unusual space. Cons: Could have been a little more succinct in places, and it was sometimes difficult to see bits of the action because of the space. Handle with Care is the story of Zoe and the superfluous stuff she collects throughout her life, which she holds in a storage unit that grows in size as we see her go from a young adult to a grieving ...

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