Aziz Ansari At The Hammersmith Apollo

Perhaps best known for turns on popular US TV shows Parks & Recreation, Scrubs and Flight of the Conchords, with a formidable Twitter presence to boot, Aziz Ansari is taking his unique brand of acerbic wit to one of London’s most prestigious and loved comedy venues: the Hammersmith Apollo. Promising a raucous night of off the cuff humour, pop culture references and a veritable multitude of one-liners, Aziz Ansari at the Hammersmith Apollo is certainly not one to miss.

Playing as part of the London Detour, series of events; Detour is hosting a number of exciting and unusual events and shows. Detour is a one of a kind scheme, that allows events planners to bring their favourite artists and performers to London. Letting the fans decide who they see, Detour allows fans to pledge tickets ahead of the show, in order to get a performer to play in the capital city. It is fitting the Aziz Ansari, famed for a committed cult following, should play Detour’s tenth event.

Performing Buried Alive! – Aziz Ansari’s new show is billed as a “an evening of bewilderment and disillusionment”. A seasoned stand up performer, Aziz has been on the comedy circuit since 2000, his first forays into comedy in the bars and clubs of New York. Buried Alive! promises to be his most accomplished (and funniest) show yet, having being named Rolling Stone’s ‘funniest man under 30’. The only UK leg of the tour, London is the only place you will be able to catch this unmissable show.

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