World-renowned comedian Paul Chowdhry coming to UAE

Catch the British star's shows in Dubai and Sharjah

World-renowned comedian Paul Chowdhry coming to UAE

With more than 150 sell-out shows around the world (including the 10,000-seater Wembley Arena) and one of the highest viewed comedy specials on Amazon Prime, this star comedian coming to the emirates is not to be missed.

British-Asian stand-up Paul Chowdhry is coming to the UAE for his first-ever exclusive show ‘Comedy-4-a-Cause’ – raising funds for Penny Appeal’s ‘Back to School’ project in South Africa.

First performing in Dubai from Sunday January 26 until Monday 27 at VOX Cinemas Cineplex Grand Hyatt, the multi-award-winning comedian aims to have the room in fits for a great cause.

He’ll also be performing on Tuesday January 28 at the American University of Sharjah in Sharjah, with tickets to all shows starting from Dhs95.

Chowdhry will be joined by comedian Mina Liccione from New York. She’s been on Broadway in STOMP, performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and starred in National Lampoon. We’re impressed.

Last, but certainly not least, Emirati star Ali Al Sayed will also be performing his hilarious routine, with numerous shows at the iconic Comic Strip Live in New York, throughout the UAE and beyond under his belt.

The charity its in aid of gives students from impoverished places resources that will help their learning.

You can book your tickets by heading to www.platinumlist.net.

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From Dhs95. Sun Jan 26-Mon Jan 27, 8pm onwards (VOX Cinemas Cineplex Grand Hyatt, Dubai); Tue Jan 28, 8pm onwards (American University of Sharjah, Sharjah). www.platinumlist.net.

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