Nazeem Hussain: No Pain No Hussain
2018 National Tour
2018 – 2 venues
A production by Nazeem Hussain in association with CHE Touring & HIT Productions.
Comedian NAZEEM HUSSAIN took the world on in 2017 and he’s stepping back onto Australian stand up stages in 2018 with a brand new live show.
Hussain opened his brand-new show No Pain No Hussain at the 2018 Adelaide Fringe in February before hitting the road to Brisbane Comedy Festival, Canberra Comedy Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Perth Comedy Festival and Sydney Comedy Festival right through to May.
Hussain’s come a long way since his first-ever solo stand up tour in 2015. He spent the first few months of 2017 as one of the final four on Network Ten’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!.
Since then, he’s been more in-demand than ever. Hussain was invited to perform at the prestigious Montreal Just for Laughsfestival as a part of Kevin Hart’s LOL network in July, before performing his second solo season at the prestigious Edinburgh Festival Fringein August and at London’s Soho Theatre. He also returned to the States to film his second season as an official correspondent on hit Netflix science series, Bill Nye Saves The World, with the congenial US scientist.
2017 also saw Nazeem’s live show Public Frenemy earn him a second Helpmann Award nomination for Best Comedy here in Australia. He even found time to play a cameo in Australian electronic music duo Peking Duk’s film clip for their latest release, Let You Down. Most recently, Hussain has performed live shows in China.
Previously best known as the star and creator of two series of the critically acclaimed Logie-nominated SBS TV show, Legally Brown, Hussain’s other TV appearances are numerous and include The Project (Ten), The Feed (SBS), ABC News Breakfast (ABC), and Q&A (ABC) alongside Malcolm Turnbull and Lindsay Tanner. His comedy podcast, Burn Your Passport, commissioned by ABC Radio launched in early 2017 and ranked within the Top 20 most listened to Australian podcasts in its first few weeks.
Don’t miss Hussain’s exceptional voice in Australia today, while you still can.
“And just when you think you have him pegged, he sneaks up on you again, showing society’s conventional wisdom to be little more than prejudice, yetsomehow picking out something side-splittingly funny therein.”
– The Times (UK)