In his 2015 Edinburgh Fringe show, the stand-up comedian and doyen of daytime, Paul Sinha, weaved an intricate tale of happiness based on a combination of doing the two jobs he loved, enjoying parental approval, and, actually being in a proper, grown-up, long-term relationship. The day after he returned home from Edinburgh, the illusion of happiness was shattered. Was this the end? The beginning of the end? Or the end of a beginning?
"Life will bring him crashing down to earth soon enough. And that really ought to sustain his densely funny and accomplished comedy." - Scotsman 2015
Reviews for the show:
★★★★★ "Hilarious" - Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
★★★★★ "Jam-packed with laughs. A show that not be missed" - one4review
★★★★ "Comedy gold" - The Scotsman
"Makes you realise the power of stand-up comedy and the respect it deserves as an art form." - Yorkshire Post
"What a good stand-up should be. Hilariously funny, passionate and articulate." - Chortle
Paul has written and performed his own series on Radio 4, is a frequent guest on 5 Live's Fighting Talk and is quiz expert, The Sinnerman, on ITV's The Chase.
Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee, Rose d'Or Radio Comedy Award winner, Chortle Best Club Comic winner.