Newsflash / Tamasha previews cheeky Edinburgh fringe comedy double bill in London Tamasha
Photo: auntie netta + The Trouble with Asian Men, original photography by Robert Workman and Barry Lewis
'Glorious, not say to essential viewing'
What's On Stage * * * *

'Enjoyably idiosyncratic'
Time Out * * * *

'An honest, funny and touching insight into
modern British Asian masculinity'

Evening Standard

Bawdy and irrepressible asylum seeker auntie netta will be providing her unique take on Britain - from its people and politics to the mysteries of the Venezuelan bikini wax - in the world premiere of auntie netta's Holiday for Asylum. Nimmi Harasgama's character creation is already an internet sensation with her own TV chat show in Sri Lanka! Don't miss her first live show - a fresh and funny perspective on life in the UK.

Joining auntie is our cult verbatim comedy The Trouble with Asian Men. Created entirely from real-life interviews, this revealing and laugh-out-loud show lifts the lid on modern day Asian men in their own words. A vital, tender and often hilarious insight into lives that surround us everyday.


Preview Dates

Auntie Netta + The Trouble with Asian Men
Rich Mix (auntie netta only) Tuesday 2 August
19:30 in the Bar
Tickets £5. Book online here
Rich Mix (double bill) Thursday 11 August, 19:30 in the Bar.
Tickets £8 / £6. Book online here or call 020 7613 7498.

Richmix, 37 - 45 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA.
Nearest station: Shoreditch High Street (East London line).
For directions click here.

Asia House (auntie netta only) Tuesday 9 August, 18:45
Tickets: £12/£10. Asia House friends £8
Call 020 7307 5454 to book tickets.
Nearest tube stations: Oxford Circus, Regents Park, Great Portland Street. For directions click here.

Watermans (double bill) Friday 12 August, 19:45
Tickets: £10 / £8. Friends: £9 / £7
Book online here or call 020 8232 1010
Nearest stations: South Ealing (Piccadilly), Gunnersbury (District), Kew Bridge and Brentford (rail).
For directions click here.


Edinburgh

auntie netta and The Trouble With Asian Men lands in Edinburgh on the 15th August where we look forward to special guest appearances from the likes of Richard Vranch, Amrik Virk and Anil Desai to name a few.

15-28 August 2011

Underbelly
9.45pm (10.55pm)
56 Cowgate, Edinburgh EH1 1EG
Venue 61 (entrances on Cowgate and Victoria Street)
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Book Now
0844 545 8252
£12 / £10 (£11 / £9 concessions)

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Coming up…

Unicorn Theatre in association with Tamasha presents
U Fest
Sat 27 August - Sunday 4 September
For ages 8 +

Connect, Discover and Create at the Unicorn this summer with our brand-new arts festival for young people and their families.

Tamasha and the Unicorn brings some of the most exciting companies including So and So Circus, English Pocket Opera Company, Kompany Malakhi, Frantic Assembly, Sass Hoory, The Drummer Factory, Arun Ghosh and RC-Annie to the stage to share their work and give you a chance to get involved. At just an hour long each, these bite-sized events will entertain, engage and inspire anyone aged 8 - 108!

All tickets for U Fest are available from The Unicorn Theatre directly and are just £5 per event, with group booking and multi-buy offers available.

Find out more and book tickets here


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Photo: auntie netta + The Trouble with Asian Men, original photography by:
Robert Workman and Barry Lewis

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