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Arts Canteen presents

Arabs are Not Funny

Saturday 17 June
Main Space
All orders will be subject to a fee of £1.50 except if your tickets are free or if you are a member

In a nutshell

Widely regarded as one of the hottest comedy nights among the Arab community and beyond.

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Arabs Are Not Funny is back with a new line-up of comedians, representing the Arab world and surrounding regions, looking for an opportunity to showcase their talents.

What to Expect

With a different line-up every time, Arabs Are Not Funny brings together the best Arab and guests comedians in the UK. Expect a night of quality comedy.

Who's Involved

MC and special guest : Omar Hamdi

Egyptian-Welsh comic Omar Hamdi has supported A-list stars Russell Kane, Ava Vidal and the great Milton Jones. A regular sell-out at the Edinburgh Fringe, he was a recent finalist at their So You Think You’re Funny awards. Affable and incredibly funny, Omar Hamdi’s is a name that you will definitely be hearing again.

Esther Manito

Esther started out in comedy in April 2016 . Esther is Bath Comedian of the year FINALIST 2017. Listed as a ‘One to Watch’ by – funny women 2016. Amused Moose SEMI FINALIST 2017. Leicester Square Comedian of the year SEMI FINALIST 2016. Esther’s observational stand up takes you on a whirlwind tour of what life is like for an Anglo/Lebanese mum of two…..

Isabelle Farah

Isabelle is a Britsh-Lebanese actress and comedian and admin monkey, unsure whether she is more at home in both the Lebanese Mountains or the mountains of Muswell Hill. Isabelle has a long history of trying hard but failing miserably at being a serious person, which is why she fell into comedy.

Mohamed Omar 

Somali-born, Cardiff-raised and London Based comic so brings in his third culture kid way of thinking.

Mohamed is the Amused Moose Semi-Finalist 2017 and having beat the Blackout at Up the Creek and The King Gong. He has also gigged at the Glee Club, The Cheeky Monkey and various other clubs up and down the country.

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Things you should know

For ages 18+

This event is wheelchair accessible.

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