Making friends the world over, household fave and all-time good guy NAZEEM HUSSAIN is back in 2020. And he’s been BUSY.
After a massive sell-out season across Australia in 2019, Nazeem returns with his sixth solo stand up show Hussain That?. Naz will hit the road again in February, opening at the 2020 Adelaide Fringe before heading to Brisbane Comedy Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney and Perth Comedy Festivals, right through to May.
It’s been a huge few years for Nazeem. You’d have seen his face pop up on Channel 7 in his own sketch series Orange Is The New Brown, or on his Netflix half-hour special, or perhaps you saw him on The Masked Singer after which he became BFFs with Lindsay Lohan. Or maybe you took a selfie with Nazeem, literally as he was getting caught fare-evading on public transport. What a tight ass.
Whatever the case, don’t miss your chance to see Nazeem do what he does best and loves most.
Selling out shows across Australia, New Zealand, Edinburgh, London, China, Malaysia, Montreal and even Sri Lanka, Nazeem is a comedian at the top of his game. Twice nominated for a Helpmann Award for ‘Best Comedy Performer’, and twice winning an Australian Writers’ Guild award for ‘Best Sketch Comedy’, Nazeem also made his Netflix debut in January 2019 as part of the streaming service’s unprecedented stand-up comedy event series, COMEDIANS of the world.
Naz has performed at the invitation-only Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, and three times at both Edinburgh Fringe and London’s Soho Theatre. His ABC comedy podcast, Burn Your Passport was also ranked within the Top 20 most listened to Australian podcasts on debut.
Nazeem Hussain is the voice of mod Oz – don’t miss him in 2020.
Tickets from Live Nation
Adelaide Fringe, Garden Of Unearthly Delights – The Box
Monday February 24 – Sunday March 1
Brisbane Comedy Festival, Brisbane Powerhouse
Saturday March 21 – Sunday March 22
Melbourne International Comedy Festival
Melbourne Town Hall – Lower Town Hall
Thursday March 26 – Sunday April 19
Sydney Comedy Festival, Enmore Theatre
Saturday May 2
Perth Comedy Festival, Regal Theatre
Friday May 8