Racism and prejudice can be a difficult topic to cover but Nazeem Hussain manages to poke fun at the ridiculousness of it with ease. Proving that sometimes the most sensitive of issues are best addressed with laughter. Pushing the boundaries of comedy, Nazeem explores his love/not-so-love relationship with a planet fraught with mistrust. Given the state of the world, the feeling seems to be mutual.
WHEN : 15 & 16 DEC 2017 @ 8.30PM
WHERE : Broadway Lounge Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
PRICE : Online - RM40 ; At The Door - RM50
SUPPORTING ACT : Keren Bala Devan (MY)
HEADLINER : Nazeem Hussain (AUS)
AGE LIMIT : 18 & Above Only
Nazeem Hussain has become one of the most in-demand TV and Radio personalities in Australia. Most recently he made his American TV debut as an official correspondent for the hit Netflix program “Bill Nye Saves the World” with American scientist and TV personality Bill Nye (popularly known as ‘Bill Nye the Science guy’), currently in it’s second series. He was also invited to perform at the prestigious Montreal ‘Just for Laughs Festival’ as a part of Kevin Hart’s LOL network.
After selling out tours around the world in 2015 and 2016, Hussain capped off last year at the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe Festival with a sell out debut solo show -‘Legally Brown'.
Nazeem’s 2017 sell out show “Public Frenemy” garnered his second Helpmann Award nomination for Best Comedy. A busy year for Nazeem he was one of the four celebrity finalists in the 2017 Australian season of Network Ten’s hit reality TV show, “I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!”.
Nazeem is bound for international fame. He is known for his boundary-pushing content, has received wide spread critical acclaim and has been nomitated for Most Outstanding Comedy at multiple Awards.
Here's a chance to catch up LIVE before the rates of his ticket prices blow up in multifold.
“Reinventing Australian Comedy” – Herald Sun (Australia)
“And just when you think you have him pegged, he sneaks up on you again, showing society’s conventional wisdom to be little more than prejudice, yet somehow picking out something side-splittingly funny therein” – The Times (UK)
“Hussain is a wonderful comedic artist who blends observation with comedy that crafts an intelligent and hilarious show” – Edinburgh Festivals Magazine (UK)
'Hussain topples preconceptions and highlights social ills not with anger – which is too often dismissed by detractors – but with razor-sharp humour and a playful smile' - (BroadwayBaby.com)