Ahir Shah’s ‘Dress’ tour is coming to Cardiff

Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Ahir Shah is set to embark on a brand-new tour with Ahir Shah: Dress, following his critically acclaimed stand-up show Dots, which he performed nationwide including a sold out run at London’s Soho Theatre in 2019, and more recently recorded at London’s Vaudeville Theatre for his HBO Max stand-up comedy special. Back and raring to go, Ahir kicked off his run of dates on 19th November 2021 at Swindon’s Arts Centre and will finish in Bristol at the Hen and Chickens on 10th March 2022. 

Featuring his signature blend of philosophical inquiry, personal examination, and sweet gags, Ahir returns to stand-up with a new show about significance, insignificance, and scurvy.  His last show, Dots, was recorded as a special for HBO Max (albeit after a 14 month delay brought about by events you may recall). That show was about uncertainty. Ideally, this tour will end in a way that is less on the nose.

An internationally acclaimed comedian, Ahir has performed comedy across the world including tours of the UK and India and runs at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the Adelaide Fringe and Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal.

On TV and radio, Ahir’s appearances have included Live at the Apollo (BBC Two), Have I Got News For You(BBC One), QI (BBC Two), Mock the Week (BBC Two), Frankie Boyle’s New World Order (BBC Two), The Mash Report (BBC Two), Catastrophe (Channel 4/Amazon Prime), Hello, America! (Quibi), Guessable, Stand Up Central with Rob Delaney and Rhod Gilbert’s Growing Pains (Comedy Central), The Big Asian Stand-Up (BBC Two) and The Now Show (BBC Radio Four), and written and starred in Ahir Shah’s Summer (Sky Arts) and Ahir Shah’s Life Lessons (BBC Three).  Ahir Shah: Live follows Dots (2019), his two Edinburgh Comedy Award nominated shows Duffer (2018) and Control (2017), Machines (2016), Texture (2014), Anatomy (2013) and Astrology (2011).

Ahir Shah will be coming to The Glee Club on 20th February.

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