Arnab Chanda: Stories from Arnab
Arnab Chanda (Russell Howard's Good News, Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy, Chortle Best Newcomer Nominee 2007) quit stand-up in 2011. In his debut hour, he tells stories about what happened after that: broken dreams, death, getting alopecia and other hilarious topics. 'Star of tomorrow… he’s a rare talent on the UK circuit' (Herald). 'Arnab Chanda is the funniest person on earth' (Simon Amstell).
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Reviews & features
Arnab Chanda: Stories from Arnab20 Aug 2018
Fascinating twisty story about identity
Thanks to a childhood spent in perpetual flux, people struggle to pinpoint where Arnab Chanda is from. Born in West Yorkshire to Indian parents, he spent his formative years at various international schools that gave him and his classmates a rather…
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