Atheists, parental pressure and sex chronology gone wrong
This article is from 2010.
Shy comedy fans, beware. In this small venue, there’s no hiding, and she’s not afraid to go all the way to the back and accuse you of being a Guardian reader, or middle-aged or gay. If these things don’t deter you, then Mirza’s laid-back set of observations about atheists, parental pressure and sex chronology gone wrong might be just the ticket.
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