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In 2018 Mandy Knight returned to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe after a twenty year hiatus, with a show that was simply her best work to date.
The production, The Dark Knight, was a spectacular personal journey of discovery on why she has to make the unspeakable, hysterical.
It is no wonder the Comedy Store recently wrote "She's the act that loves nothing better then putting a little bit of wrong in your ear."
After spending the last 18 months touring the world, the multi-award winning comedian Mandy Knight is now bringing her critically acclaimed show, 'The Dark Knight' to Warehouse Four!
ABOUT THE SHOW:
Everyone has their calling.
For Mandy Knight it’s comedy.
"It's called The Dark Knight because it’s an examination of how dark humour has always been my default setting when things have been tough. My father was killed in a car crash when I was 5 and my alcoholic mother disappeared one day so, I was taken into a children’s home – but it’s not all been laughs. Some things in my life have been difficult. Things like having to cope with my Mother-in-law living with us for 7 weeks!
I've gigged at every major Comedy Club worldwide and as an MC I’m renowned for “taking no prisoners.” The show Chronicles from an early age how I used humour to get me through everything and how it has made me the comic (and person) I am today. I don’t punch up or down, I just punch.” - Mandy Knight
WHAT THE CRITICS SAY...
About Mandy Knight:
Time Out award winner MANDY KNIGHT is current winner of the Comic’s Comic Award for best MC, has headlined all over the world including Dubai, Hong Kong, China, Thailand, South Africa and Rickmansworth.
She has appeared on television Stand-up shows including; Live at Jongleurs, The Comedy Store and The World Stands-Up for the Paramount Comedy Channel.
She was the very first female comic to MC the Jongleurs comedy chain.
And the only woman currently compering The Comedy Store in London and Manchester.
Watching Knight is like being punched by an iron fist in a velvet glove.
She will leave you insulted but breathless from laughter.
She is not for the faint-hearted or hard of thinking.
Plus Dubai support act Imah Dumagay.
Wednesday 30 October 2019 from 8pm to 10pm.
Doors open at 7pm
• AED 95 General Admission