Comedian Shaparak Khorsandi set to perform at Stamford Corn Exchange
Celebrated stand-up Shaparak Khorsandi is set to take to the stage in Stamford next year.
In her new show, entitled IT WAS THE 90S!, Shaparak tackles the equally celebrated and maligned 1990s. For Shaparak this was the decade of her 20s and 'ladette' culture ruled the skool - the decade of relative peace and prosperity when there was nothing to be done but party.
With a sense that anything was possible, Shaparak found herself flying about London with hope in her heart, a tenner in her pocket and spare knickers in her handbag, regularly matching the boys pint-for-pint and frequently waking up in parts of London she'd never heard of.
Throughout her comedy career, Shaparak has notched up numerous high profile television appearances including: Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week, Channel 4’s Comedy Gala At The O2,; Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, The Graham Norton Show (BBC ONE); Have I Got News For You and her own Comedy Store Special for Comedy Central.
She also had the honour of being nominated at the British Comedy Awards in the Best Female Comic category up against Jo Brand and Sarah Millican. Shaparak has also appeared as a panellist on ITV1's Loose Women and BBC One’s Question Time.
She will be at Stamford Corn Exchange on June 17. For tickets visit stamfordcornexchange.co.uk