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Nish Kumar heads to Aberdeen with his new show Nish, Don’t Kill My Vibe


By David Porter

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Acclaimed comedian Nish Kumar is set for an Aberdeen return in this election year with his brand new politically-charged stand-up show Nish, Don’t Kill My Vibe which plays the Tivoli Theatre on Friday, September 13.

Nish Kumar
Nish Kumar

North-east comedy fans are in for another evening of top drawer laughs when one of the sharpest political comedians around and with the country in turmoil means there’s only one comedian who can kill the mood even further.

Expect jokes about climate collapse, income inequality and the emotional sensation of being a British Indian man who isn’t going to vote for a British Indian Prime Minister.

It’s 80 minutes of sweet, sweet vibe killing, plus support act and interval.

As seen and heard on The Mash Report, Taskmaster, Pod Save the UK, Live at the Apollo, Hold the Front Page and your favourite tabloid newspaper.

Nish Kumar said: “As the world collapses around us, I look forward to dragging my increasingly decrepit body out on tour and doing the only thing that still makes sense to me – stand up comedy.”

Internationally famed meme Nish has achieved huge success on the stand-up circuit with five rave reviewed solo stand-up shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, two of which have been nominated for the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show in both 2015 and 2016. Nish’s last tour, Your Power, Your Control, played to sell out audiences up and down the country and was critically acclaimed when it debuted in 2022, it was also released as a special on Sky Comedy in 2023.

Widely celebrated for his previous role as host of both The Mash Report (BBC Two) and Late Night Mash, Nish is a frequent voice and face across both television and radio

Tickets on sale Friday, January 26 from 10am via www.aberdeenperformingarts.com or on 01224 641122.


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