Shazia Mirza brings her new show - With Love From St Tropez - to Cambridge

PUBLISHED: 14:54 13 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:54 13 March 2018

Shazia Mirza is appearing at the Cambridge Junction

Shazia Mirza is appearing at the Cambridge Junction


Following her critically acclaimed 2016, sell-out run of The Kardashians Made Me Do It and fresh from being ravaged by hunger and sand flies on Channel 4’s Celebrity Island, Shazia Mirza brings her new show to Cambridge.

With Love From St Tropez is a show about lies and truth, nudity and the periodic table and Shazia will discuss dress codes for French beaches.

The Kardashians Made Me Do It explored politically correct liberalism, the intrusion of ISIS into young British lives and Jihadi brides and enjoyed four sell-out runs in London as well as the US, Sweden and Paris.

Shazia was recently seen on Channel 4’s Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls, and earlier this year she took a speedy turn (2.07 seconds to be exact) in BBC2’s Top Gear’s A Star in a Reasonably Priced Car segment. She was also a guest on ITV’s Jonathan Ross and Loose Women and she is a regular panellist on Channel 5’s The Wright Stuff.

In 2008 she was listed in The Observer as one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy, won Columnist of the Year at the prestigious PPA Awards for her fortnightly column in The New Statesman and won The GG2 Young Achiever of the Year Award. She has performed internationally and is a regular contributor to The Financial Times and writes her weekly column Diary of a Disappointing Daughter for The Guardian.

The show is at the Cambridge Junction on May 5 in J2 and tickets are £15.50 and available from the box office on: 01223 511511 or online at:


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