Stand-up comedian Paul Sinha, known for being one of the Chasers on ITV’s ‘The Chase’, is bringing his tour to the Key Theatre, Peterborough, on Saturday, March 15.
Over the last fifteen years, anyone who’s been to a Norfolk A&E or visited a London doctor’s surgery might have been treated by him. Paul is a qualified GP. He wasn’t there handing out biscuits. That’d be weird.
Eagle-eyed quiz anoraks might remember him from his less than successful appearances on Mastermind, The Brain of Britain, University Challenge – The Professionals and The Weakest Link.
But what many people might not know is that for well over a decade Paul Sinha has been making his name in the world of stand-up comedy. He’s had great gigs, he’s had horrific gigs, he’s performed at gigs from Aberdeen to Auckland and from Sheffield to Singapore. There have been eight solo shows.
Paul Sinha is many things. He’s a brother, a doctor, a Gemini, a sports fanatic, a godparent and a proud quiz geek. But first and foremost, he is a stand-up comedian.
Paul has been nominated for the highest accolade in live comedy at the Edinburgh Festival and has also been nominated for the Breakthrough Act, the Best Headliner and the Best Club Comic awards by respected industry magazine, Chortle.
Tickets 12.50 (£10.50 concessions), contact the box office on 01733-207239.