Multi-cultural comedy from this Multi-award winning comedian/writer, who is putting up her Dukes & picking her battles! Trump, terrorists and everything in between. It's time to call out the bullshit. Are you ready? Good!
Now get booking, bring your people and your fighting spirit to the show. Sajeela's in town for one week only. Which may just be long enough for you and her to save the World!
Trigger Warning: Contains story of being held hostage by extremists, a tale of unexpected hilarity.
Winner of Asian Women of Achievement Award (2015)
Winner of the Argus Angel Award for Artistic Excellence (2015)
Finalist ITV's Asian Media Awards for Best Stage Production (2017)
Star of Edinburgh Award winning show (Brendon Burns 'So I Suppose this is offensive now'. 2007)
Written for and featured on a variety of BBC Radio.
Huffington Post's top 50 funny women to follow on twitter. @SajeelaKershi
'Smart, funny with a mischievous glint" - The Times
'Insanely magnetic, with charm and wit....wonderful levity on subjects that usually seem serious. The warmth and originality in her act alone makes this show worth a watch' - PragueYouthTheatre.com
‘Intelligent, inspiring, empowering’ - CultureVulture
'Wonderfully inclusive show' - BroadwayBaby
'Both illuminating and funny as this born raconteur holds her audience enthralled throughout' - One4Review.co.uk
‘A natural performer, Kershi definitely has the power to make you laugh and cry’ - The Skinny
‘Funny, entertaining, spot on, Catch it at all costs-this show is a sure fire hit and is sure to take Edinburgh by storm.’ - Remote Goat
‘Extremely funny and provoking stand-up’ - Three Weeks
'This show should be made available on prescription’ - The Argus
‘Hugely talented, extremely funny, divine diva’ - Time Out
‘The woman is simply a treasure. Magnetic, lovable and enormously witty' - The Spectator
‘In the cultural potpourri of Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Kershi has a voice. And, going by the number of people attending her shows, the message is getting through’ - The Telegraph
Secured Entry Advance Ticket (SEAT) gives an audience member the security of having a reserved seat for $3 and they can then make their koha or donation at the venue before or after the show.
Restrictions or Warnings: Swearing and some descriptions of violence
Fringe Tags; Comedy, Storytelling, Spoken Word