A delicious night of laughter and cooking – live on UK tour
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Lee Cooper on January 30, 2013 at 2:04 pm
Mr HSK …
Looks like Sod’s law has struck again!
I’ve been waiting for you come to Derby so i could at last catch up with you and see tour show since our late night chats about stuff on Facebook… Stuff like life, politics, your night time bus observations and my views as a former ‘whistler-upper’.. Is that 3 years ago?
And Sod says I gotta work that day 1400-2330!
( we return from holiday 27th feb so I will have no holidays left otherwise I would have used one)
Anyway when in Derby I hope you have chance to visit and endorse the National Sikh Heritage & Holocaust Museum? And we could do coffe and a chat at lunch-time if you are free?
Kai. Norman-Grounds on December 5, 2012 at 10:08 pm
Hopefully you’ll remember me, I was the only kid in the audience and I don’t have a brother called Yac. I took my Dad to your show at the Quay theatre, Sudbury on the 24th of November as a birthday treat. It was a great show and I enjoyed being involved in your jokes. Dad had a brilliant time and the curry was fab. It was really kind of you to give Dad a copy of your book for his birthday and to invite us another of your shows.
I hope the rest of your tour is successful and look forward to seeing you again.
Best wishes Kai.
Dick Ellis on November 23, 2012 at 9:41 pm
We came to the show last night. At that place at the end of a branch line, off the end of the Metropolitan line. So glad we bothered to brave the elements as it was a really good night out.
Thankyou Hardeep for making us laugh so much…….whatever our origins and creeds with humour that offended no one and was appreciated by all.
Dick & Jacqui
Dick and Jacqui
Richard on November 11, 2012 at 11:23 pm
Fantastic night at Canterbury – we loved the intelligent humour (and the stereotyping) and learnt loads of stuff we dare not share!
the bloke at the station was right – “You’re not funny.” You’re bloody hilarious.
Black pepper lamb was good too.
Gurjinder on October 25, 2012 at 10:41 pm
Cannot wait to see you in Canterbury in a few weeks – also warning you that Punjabis n the audience so am happy to help out with rolling the rotis if you want!!!! Follow you a lot on TV and radio – doing a great job and good PR
for the Singhs!! xx
John Hird on September 18, 2012 at 8:55 pm
A cracking nicht oot. Hardeep’s a very funny man and not a bad cook either. I recommend going and seeing him. I’ll be there the next time he’s in the Aberdeen area for sure.
Steve Broughton on July 18, 2012 at 5:25 pm
Always loved your work on Radio 4 and TV over the years… would love to see you live but you don’t seem to be doing any central London dates!!! Please remedy this by either sorting some out or by coming round to my mate’s barbeque and doing some cooking (we’re very close to Dalston! – just down in Bethnal Green)…
By the way, is Shanghai in Dalston still as good as it was? I used to live on St Mark’s Rise (about 12 years ago) and went there sometimes… it’s the one which was a pie’n'mash and still has all the tiling but is now a Chinese restaurant right? Apparently you eat there so I guess it still is good…
And have you perfected the perfect Anglo-Indian pie yet????
Cheers and all the best!
Alex H on July 13, 2012 at 11:18 pm
You were amazing tonight at Bromsgrove!
Incredibly entertaining and your food smelt amazing I’m just gutted I didn’t get a chance to try some.
And you are funny!
Laura Orhan on May 12, 2012 at 11:07 pm
Roll on next sat. Can’t wait to see you again in goole xxx
madelinep on April 22, 2012 at 10:31 pm
The Isle of Wight loves you.
graeme on April 21, 2012 at 6:30 pm
Great show at the Thornbury Arts Festival – and the tarka dahl was delicious!
(I had forgotten all about the F****us Crispy Pancakes).
Sorry about the mikes – but I guess that may feature in your future performances.
Dave Rawlings on April 14, 2012 at 12:16 pm
Loved the show at The Ark in Boreham Wood on Tuesday 12th April!!
Well done Hardeep,my family loved it and the evening was as warm and inviting as one of your great curries!!
Even the motorway chaos on the M25 couldn’t keep me away completely – sorry I was late!
(Good for comedy value,though!)
All the very best for the rest of your tour!
Dave The Sales Rep
laura orhan on April 3, 2012 at 8:57 am
roll on may 19th cant wait to see another great show goole welcomes you back hardeep x
Mike H on March 29, 2012 at 10:43 pm
Chat Masala is a great show and Hardeep is a great entertainer. If you get the chance, try the food but don’t answer your mobile. Well worth seeing and I will definitely go see his shows again.
jas on February 11, 2012 at 12:42 am
Really fab show at Warwick Arts Centre.
I laughed till I cried, it was so evocative of my childhood.
I can tell you why it was the biggest audience so far- we in Leamington Spa- large educated Sikh community will always support anyone willing to take a chance, we are not philistines here!!
Joe B on January 28, 2012 at 1:23 am
Good show at Warwick Arts Centre this evening. Good company, funny and thought provoking. Sadly the butternut squash wasn’t cooked, but we shall never speak of this … he could do three hours and it’d be great (and the squash would be cooked).
One tip: if the big man likes his cocktails (or specifically, Cosmopolitans), don’t shoot back to London next time, try The Kenilworth in Kenilworth (literally a lentils throw from Warwick Arts Centre).
vanessa on October 29, 2011 at 11:19 pm
Fine entertainment! Shame you had to have Chesterfield as a finale for this year! Always been a strange place to play. Audiences enjoy shows – but do not respond!! I don’t think we have ever seen curtain call there!
Any ways – enjoyed the show – but Derek, who was sitting next to me, and Ian, who sat in front of me, offered me nothing of their bowls of Kohli cooked curry!!
Yamini MacLean on August 3, 2011 at 8:29 pm
First show for the Fringe season and I couldn’t have chosen better… The menu was very much to my taste! Will be back for a couple more courses before the season’s out. Watch out for the Desi Aussie with a pinch of Scot about her.
Stephen Black on August 2, 2011 at 10:18 am
Thoroughly enjoyed the show in Aboyne at the week-end. Sorry there were no Hector or Hamishes, but a few of us shy, retiring ‘Wegies’ (just like yourself….)
mrgnu on July 20, 2011 at 1:30 am
Me and my partner Anne saw The lovely Hardeep in Shoreham a couple
of months ago..He was,as usual, very entertaining and we had a fantastic time…
Thank you soo much Hardeep..xx
Rae Webster on July 15, 2011 at 9:35 am
Went to see him in Oxford last night.
Very funny and very clever also extremely
polite to the woman who said that a
neighbouring country had “stolen” her
A great advert for multiculturalism and
social integration… and I’m from the
East coast of Scotland!!!!
Monika on June 12, 2011 at 7:28 pm
Amazing evening in Edmonton, want to marry him, laughter and great food what else does a girl want. Hope he is going to ask me xx
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