Mo Saffaf: Moami Vice
  • West End

In proud association with Camden Fringe;

Mo Saffaf did not enjoy his first trip to Miami&

"Moami Vice" is a WIP stand-up (tragi)comedy show, which tells the story of an incident Mo was involved in during a work conference in Miami that forced him to resign from a long-term career. The show is an honest and authentic look at what makes Mo tick as a person through a comedic retelling of different anecdotes and erratic thoughts. It's his attempt to try and unpack his personality traits - and in particular his "vices" - through humour to understand how they led him to this situation & and ultimately question, and perhaps even answer, why things like this always seem to happen to Mo.

Mo Saffaf is a Damascus-born, London-bred comedian & writer. Combining his experiences as a British-Syrian with a uniquely charming persona allows his material to shine a satirical light on politics, culture and ultimately his own shortcomings in life.

  • BBC New Comedy Award Nominee 2018
  • Amused Moose Semi-Finalist 2018
  • So You Think You're Funny? Semi-Finalist 2016
  • Winner of Go New York Competition run by The South Kensington Comedy Club, 2019

"Lovely, likeable stage presence... current and sharp." - The Stand Comedy Club

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