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BOLLYWOOD AND BIRMINGHAM TO BERLIN AND BREXIT

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Venue:The Temple Bar, 121 Western Road Brighton BN1 2AD
Phone: 01273 721 501
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: Upstairs
MAY 28-31, JUN 1-2 at 19:30 (60 min)
 
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*Fresh from a full-house run at Edinburgh Comedy Festival 2018*

"Growing up - I was too brown for the white kids and the wrong kind of brown for the brown kids. That's when I first questioned my identity."

How do you get your national identity? Is it something you're born with? Or is it passed onto you by your parents or grandparents? Perhaps it is given to you by the place you live in? If it is then how long do you have to live in a specific community before you are invested, connected and more importantly accepted?

Come and join international stand-up comedian Dharmander Singh as he goes on a journey to discover his identity, roots and nationality through funny stories and observations about being named after a Bollywood legend, living and trying to belong in 80's Birmingham and the challenges and pleasures of being an Indian-looking Brummie in Berlin.

★★★★★ QUOTES ★★★★★

"Dharmander's mega-watt smile and brilliantly energetic style will win you over."
Sonya Nemec (Blog: The Girl with the Edinburgh Tattoo, Edinburgh Fringe 2017)

"A wonderful show! Very funny and also quite moving. A personal story that takes in religion, politics and identity - with one-liners we were still quoting days later!"
Stuart Parkinson (Edfringe.com, 2018)

"Dharmander Singh is an energetic, lively, fun MC and comedian. He is extremely likeable and audiences warm to him immediately."
Nik Coppin (Stand-up comedian, Laughing Panda Productions, 2017)


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