Following her critically acclaimed 2016, 103 date sell-out international tour; ‘The Kardashians Made Me Do It' Shazia Mirza brings you her brand new stand-up show for 2017.
‘After starving to death on a desert Island, I've changed my mind about a few things. I knew nothing about men before, I know an awful lot now. Men versus women, survival, and is anyone really an atheist in the middle of a Tsunami? Oh, and the answers to everything are in The Periodic Table’.
‘A show about lies and truth- or is that the same thing? Nudity and The Periodic Table, these things hold the key to the future. How much do you wear? What do you look like, and will they let you in? Whatever happens, don't you dare wear more than dental floss on a French beach'.
Shazia Mirza Biography
TV work includes the recent Series 2 of ‘Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls’ (Channel 4), The Jonathan Ross Show (ITV), Loose Women (ITV), Top Gear (BBC), The Late Late Show (RTE), Have I got News for You (BBC), 60 Minutes (CBS), Last Comic Standing (NBC) and she is a regular panellist on The Wright Stuff (Chanel 5)
Radio Appearances include; Graham Norton Show (BBC), The Craig Ferguson Show (SiriusXM), Vanessa Feltz Show- Pause For Thought (BBC), The Now Show, (BBC), Arthur Smith’s Comedy Club(BBC), Midweek, (BBC), Woman’s Hour, (BBC), With Great Pleasure, (BBC), Between Ourselves (BBC), A Good Read (BBC), Saturday Live, (BBC), The Frank Skinner Show and Absolute Radio.
Her last show, 'The Kardashians Made Me Do It' has been a sell out success all over the UK, US, Sweden, Ireland, and Paris, and completed four sell out runs at London's Soho Theatre, and completing 103 tour dates internationally.
★★★★ “Shazia Mirza is provoking laughter and large intakes of breath once again … brave and urgent” THE TELEGRAPH
★★★★ “As brave a piece of comedy as you’ll see” MAIL ON SUNDAY
★★★★ "she's effective at getting under your skin... strikes a blow" METRO
★★★★ "at this moment in time – post-Brexit, post-Nice, post-Orlando – it’s on point chilling and superb" THE SKINNY
★★★★ "Mirza has stepped up a gear… the bravest thing you’ll see on a comedy stage this year... a remarkable finale" SUNDAY TIMES