Shappi Khorsandi - Mistress and Misfit
Comedy

Off The Kerb

Shappi Khorsandi - Mistress and Misfit

Guildhall Theatre

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Fri 4 May

Tickets: £15 More price information

Suitable for ages 14+ This show may contain swearing and adult content
Running Time: 1 hour 50 minutes - approximate, including any interval(s).

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About the event

Shappi presents England's unsung heroine, Emma Hamilton. As a fellow naked dancer on tables, Shappi is inspired by Emma, although she never wants hair big enough to house mice in.

For too many years she has been known as just ‘Nelson's mistress', a bit of a harlot. (You get ONE job in a brothel and bang goes your reputation.)

Women's lib wasn't a 'thing' in Georgian times, Emma moved mountains to haul herself from 'scullery maid' to 'Lady Hamilton'. Yes, she occasionally danced on tables naked to get ahead in life, but who hasn't? 

Star of Live At The ApolloMichael McIntyre’s Comedy RoadshowFriday Night with Jonathan RossHave I Got News for You and Q.I, Shappi is on the road with her new sell out show.

She has whip-crack jokes and is effortlessly funny as she handles every subject with a razor sharp wit, softened only by her deliciously mischievous delivery and endless charm.

Shappi Khorsandi is also the best selling author of ‘A Beginners Guide to Acting English’ and her fantastic debut novel ‘Nina is not OK’ was published by Ebury in 2016. Shappi was also recently elected president of the British Humanist society.

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Dates & Tickets

Shappi Khorsandi - Mistress and Misfit

Fri 4 May 2018, 8pm

£15

Prices & Offers

£15

Concessions: £13

Concessions are typically available to over 60s, under 16s, students, unemployed and disabled people. Click through to Buy Tickets for individual prices and availability. Please note that proof may be required on collection of tickets or on entry to the auditorium.

Reviews

"She has plenty to say, and says it with pointedness and potency.The Guardian

"Seriously funny and suprisingly filthy" The New Statesman

"Makes live comedy thrillingLondon Evening Standard



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