Omid Djalili – Schmuck For A Night

Wed 16 May 2018 20:00
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‘‘A top evening out’Mail on Sunday

‘‘Djalili is a consummate showbiz all-rounder’’ Metro

‘‘Djalili at his magnetic best’’ The List

‘‘One of the most joyfully smart, stimulating and entertaining

 comedians this country has’’ Daily Telegraph

‘‘So hysterically funny and at the same time so poignant and powerful that calling 

it stand-up barely does it justice’’ Huffington Post

‘‘An amiable blend of clowning, storytelling, impressions and social comment that covers pretty much every base in stand-up’’ Sunday Times

Following a massive UK 145 date tour of his show Schmuck for a Night earlier in the year, Omid has just announced a brand-new batch of dates in Europe 2018.

Of trying to make sense of the world around him in Schmuck For A Night, Omid said, “It’ll be so current sometimes audiences won’t laugh until they get home and turn on the TV.”

As a stand-up and acclaimed actor, Omid’s credits range from Hollywood movies and television to live productions on the West End stage. He has appeared on UK and US TV, and starred in films such as the Golden Globe and Oscar nominated Shaun the Sheep Movie, Mr Nice, Gladiator, Sex And The City 2, The Mummy and The Infidel. In 2016 Omid was filming for Disney’s new live-action production of The Nutcracker, in his role as Cavalier. This is set for its theatrical release in 2018.

Immediately after finishing the first UK leg of Schmuck for a Night in May, Omid launched straight into preparation for his leading role of Tevye in Chichester Theatre Festival’s Fiddler on the Roof, with Omid’s performance winning rave reviews last summer across the eight-week run (July-September).

On TV, Omid has been most recently seen in the BBC Four series Going Forward with Jo Brand, as well as making appearances in Dickensian for BBC1 and Stan Lee’s Lucky Man for SKY1.

Omid also executively produced the acclaimed documentary We Are Many, about the global anti-war demonstrations that took place in 800 cities on February 15th 2003, to date the largest mobilisation of human beings in the history of the earth.

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