Shazia Mirza: Coconut

The Glee Club, Nottingham.

SEATING IS ALLOCATED - Please call the Glee Box Office on 0871 472 0400 to be seated with other ticket holders.

Last Entry Time: 7:30pm

All under 25s may require government-issued photo ID.

Additionally all under 16 must be accompanied by an adult (18+) with a ticket to the show.

14+ only. 14s to 16s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
SHOW ENTRY £15.40 (£14.00)

For single tickets and to be seated with someone who has booked separately please call the Glee Box Office on 0871 472 0400 or visit glee.co.uk 

STUDENT ENTRY (DATED ID REQUIRED) £13.20 (£12.00)

More information about Shazia Mirza: Coconut tickets

When Shazia was left to starve to death on a deserted Island by Bear Grylls, with nine other ‘celebrities’ she didn't know, the Island became a microcosm for the world and everything going on outside.

“What’s going on? Why is everyone fighting? What is a strong woman and does she really exist? And why are there no women left with real eyebrows?”

Shazia explores loyalty and what makes the best leader, masking our dislike for other people and why there is no such thing as an alpha male.

Following the success of her critically acclaimed recent shows; With Love From St. Tropez, a riot of brexit, buquas and butt-plugs through the lens of The Periodic Table, and The Kardashians Made Me Do It, a searing and urgent exploration of life, love and Jihadi brides, Shazia is taking on the burning issues of our time in her latest show for 2020.

Shazia Mirza is an award winning British stand up comedian and writer who works internationally. She has performed stand-up shows across the world in Europe, US, Asia and the Far East. Her sell out tours include; Norway, Sweden, Denmark, France, Germany, Switzerland, India, Pakistan, Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Cambodia and Kosovo. Listed by The Observer as one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy, Shazia is also a winner of the prestigious PPA Awards; 'Columnist of the Year’ for her writing in The New Statesman. Other publications she writes for include; The Guardian, The Financial Times, the Daily Mail, New Internationalist, the Chicago Tribune, the Big Issue and Loaded magazine.

Shazia’s TV work includes; ‘The Jonathan Ross Show’ (ITV), ‘Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls’ (Channel 4), ‘Celebrities v Child Genius’ Christmas Special (Channel 4), ‘The One Show’ (BBC1), ‘Celebs In Solitary’ (Channel 5), ‘Travel Man – 48 Hours In… Côte d'Azur’ (Channel 4), ‘Loose Women’ (ITV), ‘Top Gear’ (BBC), ‘Have I got News for You’ (BBC), ‘The Late Late Show’ (RTE), ‘60 Minute’s (CBS), ‘Last Comic Standing’ (NBC) and ‘The World Stands Up’ (Paramount).

Other TV credits include: ‘F*** Off, I'm a Hairy Woman’ (BBC), ‘The Dog Eat My Homework’ (BBC), ‘Larry Grayson: Shut That Door!’ (ITV), ‘Amanpour’ (CNN), ‘Muslim Driving School’ (Voiceover BBC), ‘Beautiful People’ (BBC) ‘Richard and Judy’ (Channel 4) and ‘28 Acts in 28 Minutes’ (BBC)

Radio Appearances include; ‘The Graham Norton Show’ (BBC), ‘Loose Ends’ (BBC), ‘The Infinite Monkey Cage’ (BBC), ‘The Museum of Curiosity’ (BBC), ‘Quote Unquote’ (BBC), ‘Steve Wright in the Afternoon’ (BBC), ‘The Now Show’ (BBC), ‘Arthur Smith’s Comedy Club’ (BBC), ‘Saturday Live’ (BBC), ‘Midweek’ (BBC), ‘Woman’s Hour’ (BBC), ‘With Great Pleasure’ (BBC), ‘Between Ourselves’ (BBC), ‘A Good Read’ (BBC), ‘Vanessa Feltz Show- Pause For Thought’ (BBC), ‘The Frank Skinner Show’ (Absolute Radio) ‘The Craig Ferguson Show’ (SiriusXM).