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Fear of a Brown Planet

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Sat 26 Oct 2013, 7:00pm
Sat 26 Oct 2013–Sun 27 Oct 2013, 8:45pm

Where: Sydney Opera House, 1 Macquarie St, Circular Quay, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $45.00
  • Concession: $40.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: laurenEF

Award-winning comedy duo Fear of a Brown Planet make their long-awaited return, with a brand new show.

Political comedy’s uncompromising proponents, Aamer Rahman and Nazeem Hussain, have not let time nor separate side projects dull their senses since their last outing as a duo a year ago when they embarked on a sell-out UK tour.

Hussain has spent the past six months filming his own TV show, Legally Brown, for SBS, while Rahman had a sell out debut solo show at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Comedy Store in Sydney.

Come August, they reunite their combined comedic talents for the raw, potent and ruthless. Their gift, and astute skill, lies in their ability to make even the most racist racist, funny. Baseless observations this is not. Confronting? Yes. Funny? Absolutely. But don’t expect to leave without questioning yourself at least once.

If you like your comedy unedited, don’t miss the return of Fear of a Brown Planet.

“Rahman and Hussain are every bit as funny as they are politically engaged.” - The Guardian, UK

“…the forcefully intelligent Rahman has the Malcolm X factor.” - Adelaide Advertiser

“Hussain's cheerful manner belies the acuity of his observation.” - The Guardian, UK