Date: 14/02/2008 Category: Arts and Libraries
INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITY Paul Sinha, arguably the world's greatest gay, Asian GP-turned-stand-up-comedian, will headline Medway Comedy Club - at The Brook Theatre, Chatham - on Monday, 3 March. Sinha will headline the club with his latest full-length show, King of the World, which is currently touring the UK and Europe. His previous show, Saint or Sinha, won widespread critical acclaim at the 2006 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and resulted in an if.comedy nomination (formerly The Perrier Awards). Sinha was last in Chatham as part of the 2007 if.comedy tour, when he displayed his ability to fashion intelligent comedy from the absurdities of homophobia and establishing a cultural identity. According to Sinha, "Most gay men I know think that Man City is some kind of sex resort." Sinha will be supported by some of the best, up-and-coming comedians on the UK circuit. Tickets are just £7, Medway Comedy Club members, £6. To book, call box office on 01634 338309, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.medway.gov.uk/theatres.