Presented by OJ Lifestyle, Dark Laughs 2.0 starring the world-famous British comedian, Paul Chowdhry, is happening in Dubai on Thursday November 26, and if you’re in need of a laugh, this comedy event could well be for you. The multi-award-winning comedian will be taking to the Coca-Cola Arena Dubai stage and he's promising to have the arena in fits of laughter.
With more than 150 sell-out shows around the world (including the 10,000-seater Wembley Arena in London) in just 2019 alone, we’re no strangers to Paul Chowdhry’s wit.
Amazon Prime also exclusively aired Chowdhry’s most recent live stand up show, “Live Innit” last year which is now shown across 200 countries worldwide making it one of the highest viewed comedy specials on the video streaming service.
Prices for Dark Laughs 2.0 start from 350 AED for a pair of tickets and can be booked via the Coca-Cola Arena Dubai website.
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