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If you are only going to stick to one resolution in 2022 it has to be ‘Get more humor into your life!’ Sharing a good joke with other people is the perfect antidote to stress. It stops you taking others and more importantly yourself, too seriously.

The perfect way to keep your new good-habit is to bring your favorite people to the best comedy night in the Middle-East. To start 2022 in the ‘worst possible taste’, The Laughter Factory is flying in three of the Edinburgh Fringes most badly behaved acts.

Star of ‘Mock the Week’, ‘Live at the Apollo’ and Michael McIntyre’s Big show’ Larry Dean was crowned Scottish comedian of the year at the tender age of 23. Since then, this comedy giant has gone on to be one of the most successful comics on the global scene.

Next on stage, born to an Indian father and Iranian mother, Omid Singh is one of the top multicultural comics working today. Not that he considers himself a public symbol or boundary-breaker. As he puts it onstage, “I don’t do anything scary when I go to the airport…but I do like to see how far I can walk away from my luggage.” 

As he sees it, celebrating diversity allows him to connect with every type of audience imaginable.

Finally, we have one of Stewart Lee’s favorite acts on the bill. Eleanor Tiernan is one Irelands funniest people. Having headlined numerous festivals and appeared on some of the best Irish TV shows, Eleanor Tiernan lights up a room like the Burj Khalifa on New Years eve.

This ‘Best of the Fest’ show will feature your favorite comedians from the Edinburgh Fringe. 

Treat someone you care about to a ticket. It’s one of the best presents you can buy them.

When & Where:
 The Laughter Factory, January 2022 tour dates

 

Friday 14th & Saturday 15th January – Movenpick JBR Dubai

Wednesday 19th January – Zabeel House by Jumeirah, The Greens Dubai

Thursday 20th January – Grand Millennium Barsha Heights, Dubai

Friday 21st January – Dukes The Palm, A Royal Hide Away Hotel, Dubai

Show ticket at AED 160 

Show starts 8:30pm

Call 0508786728 for details.
Show tickets must be purchased on www.thelaughterfactory.com

Meet the Comics

Larry Dean 

Sharp and unexpected lines…an irresistible chutzpah
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Larry Dean is an award-winning comedian and writer.

Larry’s comedy career has seen a stratospheric rise since he was crowned Scottish Comedian Of The Year at just 23. Out Now! and Farcissist, his 2015 and 2017 offerings to the Edinburgh Fringe, received nominations for the prestigious Foster’s Comedy Award for Best Newcomer and Amused Moose Comedy Award for Best Show respectively. His 2018 show, Bampot, was nominated for the biggest award at the Fringe: the Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show.

A hot ticket on the touring circuit, Larry has performed his shows across the UK and Ireland to jam-packed rooms. Larry’s fan base is international, as a regular at Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Christchurch Buskers Festival, Perth Fringeworld and the invitation-only Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival.

Larry’s broadcasting career continues to go from strength to strength as a familiar face from BBC2’s Mock The Week, Comedy Central UK’s Roast Battle and Guessable, plus ITV2’s The Stand Up Sketch Show. Larry has also performed twice on BBC2’s hit stand-up show Live At The Apollo, along with BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Big Show and BBC Scotland’s A Night At The Theatre.

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Larry Dean

Double Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominee and star of Live At The Apollo returns with a brand new hour of ‘confessional storytelling at its funniest’ (★★★★★ Herald).  As seen on Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, Mock The Week and Roast Battle.

‘Destined to become a household name’ ★★★★ Telegraph

Nominee for Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show 2018.
Winner of the Amused Moose Comedy Award for Best Show 2016.
Nominee for Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer 2015.

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FB: https://www.facebook.com/larrydeancomedy/

Tweeter:https://twitter.com/LarryDeanComedy?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

Vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-nbJvFG2g8

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Omid Singh

Born to an Iranian mother and Indian father, Omid Singh is one of the top multicultural comics working today. Not that he considers himself a public symbol or boundary-breaker. As he puts it onstage, “I don’t do anything scary when I go to the airport…but I do like to see how far I can walk away from my luggage.” 

Singh’s childhood found him living in far-flung locations ranging from San Diego, ten years in Dubai, a year in fiercely conservative Katy, Texas, and back to the West Coast with addresses across Orange County. After hosting his fifth-grade talent show and participating in Comedy Sportz’s High School League, at 16 Omid produced his own stand-up night (for which he admittedly borrowed plenty of Eddie Izzard material). His participation in a 2008 Ice House comedy contest – this time with 100 percent original jokes – hooked him for life.  

Despite experiencing stereotyping and even bullying, Singh doesn’t use his unique upbringing as a crutch. As he sees it, celebrating diversity allows him to connect with every type of audience imaginable.

Singh spent his developmental years in New York City. There he studied at the Upright Citizens Brigade, performed on 2011’s New York Comedy Festival, and was featured in Ben Affleck’s 2012 thriller Argo. Fun fact: In a scene depicting Iranians rushing the American Embassy, extras aren’t wielding U.S. baseball bats thanks to his outspoken fact-checking. 2013 short film Subway, based on his material about a post-workout commute gone awry, was voted the Audience Award winner at the annual No Budget Film Festival. 

Now making his home in Los Angeles, Singh was a featured speaker at 2015’s Golden West College Peace Conference. With fellow comedian Jeffrey Baldinger he co-created storytelling gameshow Story Poker, which in 2017 received international acclaim at Scotland’s long-running Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The pair envision expanding the Story Poker podcast into an ESPN-style online series and eventually a home boardgame. 

Singh also co-hosts The Patiocast alongside Meg Charles. Spontaneous and uninhibited, the weekly podcast invites listeners to eavesdrop on top talent at Sunset Strip institution The Comedy Store. Singh’s a top seed on the venue’s juggernaut Roast Battle show, a regular at Hermosa Beach’s Comedy & Magic Club, frequent host at Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club on the Las Vegas Strip, and an overseas favorite at The Comedy Store in London.  

Between touring clubs and colleges across the country, every April Singh curates the Comedy Stage at Broke L.A.’s indie-arts weekend. Creating opportunities for others to perform is a responsibility he takes seriously: He’s even run an open mic in his family’s downtown clothing shop. As the favorite road opener of Maz Jobrani, Singh credits the Iranian-American trailblazer for imprinting his beliefs in hard work, uncompromising values, and conveying a genuine sense of self. For Singh, being a member of the comedy community means belonging to an extended family, but also serving as a force for positive change in society at large. It’s all about striving to give his best performance possible – both onstage and off.

Video and Website: http://www.omidsingh.com/

Instagram: omidsingh

Twitter: @Omid_Singh

https://www.facebook.com/omid.singh.5

Eleanor Tiernan 

Eleanor Tiernan is an Irish comedian well-known among Irish audiences for her live stand up performances and her work in TV, theatre and on radio. She was featured on Stewart Lee’s Alternative Comedy Experience on Comedy Central and has played Latitude, Glastonbury, Montreal Just For Laughs and all of the top Irish comedy festivals.

Eleanor’s first TV work was with Headwreckers as part of Channel 4‘s Comedy Lab series. Following this she both wrote and performed in RTE’s The Savage Eye which received an IFTA nomination. Eleanor has appeared on Maeve Higgins’ Fancy Vittles, The Panel, Republic of Telly and performed stand-up on Tonight with Craig Doyle. She was the first act to feature on RTE’s flagship Stand and Deliver and recently wrote and performed on the critically-acclaimed political satire show Irish Pictorial Weekly. She plays Dolores in the RTÉ sitcom Bridget and Eamonn.

Eleanor lives in the UK where she enjoys making social faux pas and losing personal items on public transport.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eleanortiernancomedian/

Twitter: @eleanortiernan

Instagram: eleanortiernan

Clips:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPC_Oxx6dfI&t=18s

About The Laughter Factory

The Laughter Factory hosts a fresh bill of three top professional comedians every month, many already familiar stars of the screen on hit USA and UK TV shows. 

With a reputation for quality and a sharp eye for talent, The Laughter Factory has showcased reams of A-list comics on their way to superstardom, including, Russell Peters, Michael McIntyre, Dara O’Briain, Mickey Flanagan, Jason Manford, Sarah Millican, Kevin Bridges, and Frankie Boyle. 

The Laughter Factory’s commitment to comedy has been recognized by numerous publications, winning several accolades over its two-decade history, including several’ best comedy night’ awards from Time Out Dubai.

Media contact 

Gail Clough (co-founder) 

+97150 100 3074 

gail@thelaughter.com

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