Ahir Shah: Machines

Ahir Shah: Machines

Show type: Edinburgh Fringe 2016

Starring: Ahir Shah

Philosophical stand-up Ahir Shah combines questing polemic with hella sweet gags in Machines: an hour of comedy about democracy, technology, internationalism, terrorism, history, modernity, utopia and lizards. It's both funny and good. Shah's last show, Distant, was performed to critical and popular acclaim at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe, and subsequently toured around the UK, Paris and Australia. He is very rarely on television or radio, which is a shame really. The venue is centrally located. The show is free. Nice. ‘Passionate, poetic, powerfully funny’ **** (List). ‘A potent and articulate comic voice’ **** (Scotsman). ‘Excellent’ **** (Guardian).

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Ahir Shah: Machines

An hour in the company of Ahih Shah will make you feel smarter, like you’ve read several books on social science in one intense mind-scrambling session.
8/08/2016

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