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Ahir Shah: Control – The STUDIO, Birmingham REP

Reviewer: John Kennedy There’s been much-impassioned talk of taking back control, to reclaim sovereignty over the endangered institutions that are allegedly the bedrock of British freedom - unless those holding office in those institutions run out of control and their heterodoxies render them ‘Traitors’ and ‘Mutineers’. Clearly, self-control, like the Devil that is currently poking his red-hot pitch-fork into all ...

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Ahir Shah: Control – The Lowry, Salford.

Reviewer: Paul Maguire Ahir Shah is a comedian on an upward trajectory. This show, Control , was nominated for The Edinburgh Comedy Award (formerly known as The Perrier Award) at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017. He has been described as ‘One of his generation’s most eloquent comedy voices’. He refers to himself as a philosophical stand-up comedian and is ...

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BRIGHTON FRINGE: Comedy In The Dark – Republic Brighton

Comedy In The Dark

Reviewer: Ruby Isla Cera Marle As a concept, Comedy in the Dark doesn’t take too much explaining. Cheeky-chappy Joey Page comperes an evening with three comedians on the bill, that are each brought onto the stage in the light, before the lights are turned off and both the performers and the audience are plunged into darkness. Last night, alongside Page, ...

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