Join us for this fun tour and help us feed the less fortunate around the world this Ramadan.
Host Aatif Nawaz, headliner Imran Yusuf, Nabil Abdulrashid, Bilal Zafar and Sadia Azmat aim to entertain you and raise funds to support our mission to eradicate global hunger.
Food is the essential ingredient of life, and yet one in nine people do not have enough food to live a healthy life.
In Syria, we’re supplying tonnes of flour to help war-affected families who cannot get access to bread. In drought affected parts of Pakistan, we’re helping farmers grow crops once again, and in Somalia, we’re delivering emergency food and water supplies. In Bangladesh, we’re providing clean water and sanitation for thousands of people and in Niger, we’re giving some of the world’s poorest people a chance of better nutrition and healthcare.
Give the gift of life this Ramadan. Give food, give hope, and join us for a truly entertaining night.Book Now
Imran is a Kenyan-born British stand-up comedian of Indian descent. Yusuf came to notice following rave reviews and a Best Newcomer nomination for the Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2010 and appearing on Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, both in the summer of 2010. (Source: WIKI)
Nabil switches from surreal to satirical in his dichotomy of being a middle-class educated man yet simultaneously a street-smart urban youth while avoiding clichés when dealing with topics such as being a black Muslim in South London. He switches accent and languages in his material. (Source: WIKI)
Host: Aatif Nawaz
Aatif is an award-winning British-Pakistani television presenter and stand-up comedian. He has also won acclaim for his acting, film making, radio presenting and writing. He has been the regular host since the very first 'Muslims LOL' show 6 years ago.
Sadia's act is observational humour about her experiences working as a call centre operative for a well-known car insurance firm, being a British Asian Muslim growing up in London, and moves on to more general cross-cultural issues, about race and religion, her difficulties in the UK job market and an Asian mum gag. (Source: WIKI)
Bilal is a British Muslim comedian who won the NATYS Award in 2016. He is best known for his humorous stories about experiencing racism and islamophobia. He made his Muslims LOL debut in 2015 with his now legendary 'Twitter' sketch about 'Zafar Cakes' and the EDL outrage! (Partial Source: WIKI)
The Dates & Venues
Adult tickets only!
Canon Hill Park
35-47 Bethnal Green Road
124 Oxford Road