Ahir Shah: Control

Date:Fri 26 Jan

In an age of global socio-political turmoil, Shah presents a show about freedom, fascism, history, hope, resistance, and milk.

Ahir's last show enjoyed packed runs at the Edinburgh Fringe, the Soho Theatre, and a national tour. In it, he theorised that we were being tugged in contradictory directions by a potential brighter future and resurgent worst of the past. He's currently trying to work out how to build that future in a time when the past appears to be winning. He's got loads of jokes about it.

"Excellent" ★★★★ The Guardian

"Burning passion at his fingertips and the gags to back up his fire" ★★★★★ The List 

"Dizzying in the breadth of its exploration …. eloquent articulacy conveying often complex ideas in pithy, grimly funny lines" ★★★★ The Scotsman

"Extraordinarily thought-provoking … a stand-up show unlike any other" ★★★★ Ed Fest Mag 

"A caustic triumph" ★★★★ Fest 

"A questing argument against compassion fatigue and a generational cri de coeur" ★★★★ The Guardian


Box Office & Bar open 7pm.

Suitable for ages 15+

All prices shown include a booking fee.