British Iranian comedian Omid Djalili returns to Cadogan Hall

British Iranian comedian Omid Djalili returns to Cadogan Hall



The fun-filled show takes place in March.

Get ready to laugh out loud. British comedian Omid Djalili has announced that he is returning to the capital. The Good Times Tour takes place on Friday, 1 March, and will be held at Cadogan Hall. It looks set to be a fun-filled night. 

Omid is of Iranian descent, and was born in Chelsea, London. Despite failing his exams at school, he managed to secure a place at university to study theatre. In 1995, he started his comedy career at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. His early shows include Short, Fat Kebab Shop Owner's Son, and The Arab and The Jew. He is famous for his self-deprecating humour, which covers identity politics and observational jokes.  

Omid has also had a career in films, and starred in a range of comedic roles. He has appeared in blockbusters including Gladiator, Notting Hill, Pirates of the Caribbean: At The World's End and The Mummy. He was even in Sex and the City 2, which was filmed in Abu Dhabi. Plus, he appeared onstage and starred in Cameron Mackintosh's Oliver as Fagan. 

Omid joins a long list of comedians who will be coming to the capital in 2024. Michael McIntyre is coming to The O2 in April, while Jo Koy will perform at The O2 in May.

Tickets to see Omid Djalili in London are available now and start from £30.

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