PREVIEW – Nish Kumar – Your Energy, Your Management

VENUE: Gordon Aikman Theatre, Meeting George Sq. at 9pm from August twenty second to twenty eighth.

2022 Double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Nish Kumar is bringing his acclaimed reside present Your Energy, Your Management to the Edinburgh Fringe Competition this August. 

Opening for a restricted run from twenty second–twenty eighth August at Meeting George Sq., internationally famed meme Nish has achieved big success on the stand-up circuit. 

With 5 rave reviewed solo stand-up reveals on the Edinburgh Fringe, two of which have been nominated for the celebrated Edinburgh Comedy Award for Greatest Present in each 2015 and 2016. 

Nish Kumar credit Matt Stronge
Nish Kumar on stage. picture provided with launch, credit score Matt Stronge.

Nish Kumar stated: “It has been a interval of upheaval and uncertainty with Covid and the political scenario. 

“You can be amazed by my capability to in some way take all these issues personally.” 

His new present focuses on the trials and tribulations of earlier years, taking jabs on the Tory authorities and joking about Covid.

Broadly celebrated for his earlier function as host of each The Mash Report and Late Night time Mash, Nish is a frequent voice and face throughout each tv and radio.

He’s commonly seen on reveals corresponding to Taskmaster, Reside At The Apollo, QI, Have I Obtained Information For You, The John Bishop Present and eight Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown. 

Nish additionally launched a Netflix particular as a part of the Comedians of The World sequence, and he appeared alongside fellow comedian Joel Dommett in 12-part travelogue Joel & Nish vs The World for Comedy Central. 

Nish created two sequence of his personal topical present for BBC Radio 4, Highlight Tonight, as properly as beforehand internet hosting each The Information Quiz and Newsjack, which received the Rose d’Or for Radio Comedy when he hosted. 

In 2020, Nish created and starred in new short-form sequence Hi there America for Quibi. 

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