Stand Up With Janine Harouni (Please Remain Seated)
  • West End

Janine's father is a lifelong New Yorker and son of Middle-Eastern immigrants. He's also an avid Donald Trump supporter. Attempting to reconcile those things makes for one tense Sunday dinner.

Catch multi award-winning newcomer Janine Harouni in her highly anticipated debut show about standing up for what you believe in, even if you have to do it really nicely.

Seen/heard on Comedy Central, BBC 3, Comic Relief, and BBC Radio 4

Winner: 99 Club Comedy Bursary 2019
Winner: Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2018
Nominee: BBC New Comedy Award 2017

'For the most laughs per minute, there's no beating slick New Yorker Janine Harouni' - Steve Bennett, Chortle

'An extremely entertaining slick, American comic. She knows how to fill the room with laughs.' - Bruce Dessau, Beyond the Joke

'Grab a ticket while you can - this girl is clever and funny AF' - Aisling Bea

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