Aziz Ansari returns to UK | One-off gig in November

Aziz Ansari returns to UK

One-off gig in November

US stand-up Aziz Ansari is to return to London in November.

The one-off gig at the Hammersmith Apollo follows a successful visit from the Parks and Recreation star last year.

Ansari – named Rolling Stone magazine’s ‘funniest man under 30’, – has spent the intervening year touring the States, including two shows at New York’s Madison Square Garden; while his special Buried Alive has debuted on Netflix.

The new date is November 30; with tickets going on sale from 10am tomorrow.

Here he is in action:

Published: 18 Sep 2014

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