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Dubai is crack­ing up with com­edy shows this month – on April 19 and 20 Atul Kha­tri (pic­tured above) is at The Junc­tion, Alserkal Av­enue. The Mum­bai-based busi­ness­man who took up stand-up com­edy to over­come the monotony of turn­ing 40 was one of three fi­nal­ists at the Mel­bourne In­ter­na­tional Com­edy Fes­ti­val in Delhi in 2012. Shows at 8.30pm; tick­ets from Dh150 at Co­me­dian Su­nil Grover’s Dr Mashoor Gu­lati’s

Com­edy Clinic (pic­tured be­low left) will treat sad­ness with slap­stick com­edy once again at Shaikh Rashid Au­di­to­rium, the In­dian High School on April 20, Grover will not only pay his crazy doc­tor char­ac­ter from The Kapil Sharma Show, but he will also en­act the show’s other pop­u­lar comic char­ac­ters, Nurse Bumper, Gut­thi and Rinku Bhabhi. Tick­ets from Dh75 at dubai.plat­inum­ The show starts at 8.30pm.

Bri­tish co­me­dian Russell Howard (pic­tured above right) is bring­ing his Round the World Tour 2017 to the Dubai Col­lege Au­di­to­rium from April 20-22. The stand-up comic known for his TV show Russell Howard’s Good News will be joined on stage by fel­low Brit fun­ny­men Steve Wil­liams and Steve Hall. Tick­ets from Dh295 at plat­inum­

There’s much to laugh about with Ed­die Iz­zard’s Force Ma­jeure show at Dubai World Trade Cen­tre on April 27. The co­me­dian and ac­tor who has made mem­o­rable ap­pear­ances in films such as Ocean’s Twelve and The Chron­i­cles of Nar­nia is per­form­ing in the UAE as part of the DXB Laugh se­ries. Tick­ets from Dh295 at plat­inum­; the show starts at 7pm.

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