@therealprinceabdi 🇸🇴 🇪🇹 Prince Abdi – Prince is an internationally renowned comedian, who has appeared on TV screens across the globe. A British-Somali Muslim who lives in London, Prince has built up a solid reputation as one of the circuits defining voices.
@1micdiesel Diesel, a rising comedic force, brings unforgettable laughter to audiences with his wit, charm, and infectious energy. Based in Harlesden, Diesel has been winning over crowds for two years with his quick thinking and razor-sharp observations. Having performed at renowned venues like Top Secret, Comedy store and UptheCreek, Diesel’s captivating shows leave audiences in stitches, clamoring for more. Diesel’s comedic style blends clever wordplay, relatable anecdotes, and playful absurdity, creating an atmosphere of hilarity. Drawing inspiration from his life experiences, he tackles topics from everyday observations to thought-provoking social commentary.
@fathiyascomedy 🇸🇴🇾🇪Fathiya Saleh Youth worker by day and comedian by night, North West London comic Fathiya with Somali-Yemeni roots, shares the funny mishaps of what it’s like being Muslim and living in a Somali household. Fathiya recently appeared on the BBC Asian Network comedy special.
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@fb.comedia FB is a comic that brings his weird unique conversational style of comedy to the world. He performs in English, French and Portuguese and after regularly gigging the London Circuit is doing gigs in Paris, Barcelona and Lisbon. He tells everyone to come see him before he really pops and it’s too expensive. It is said that he lacks humility but always brings the lols.
@theolalabib 🇸🇩 Ola Labib – Being the only Black, Muslim, female, Sudanese comedian currently performing in the UK she has already gained serious ground on the circuit and has no intention of slowing down.
@mamouns_ting Rising star Mamoun Elagab wants to share with you his unfiltered, idiosyncratic and unorthodox world view - the things you think and never say out loud...but need to hear! Finalist: BBC New Comedy Award, Leicester Square Comedy Award and alumnus of the Pleasance Reserve. 'A loaded wit and a mischievous way of tweaking liberal guilt' (Chortle.co.uk).