James Nokise, The Stand Glasgow Sunday 23 July, 2017
Let’s chat about your race relations issue. Who better to chat to than a Samoan/Welsh comedian from New Zealand?
Focusing on Britain’s unique history with the Golliwog – It’s all about addressing the mixed-race elephant in the room… when the elephant is staring at a racially triggering doll.
Where do they come from? What do they mean? Can you own one? No, but really, can you?
The guy behind 2016’s So So Gangsta and the voice of Sam in Puppet Fiction returns to Edinburgh after touring the world and is keen to chat.
Sunday 23 July, 207 5.30 p.m. – show starts 6 p.m.
The Stand Comedy Club, 333 Woodlands Rd, Glasgow G3 6NG
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- Monos ay GFT
- The King, GFT
- Non-Fiction, GFT
- SQIFF 2019 Black History Month: Calalai: In Betweenness + shorts
- Chinese Visual Festival CCA
- Mòd 2019 National Theatre of Scotland – Rocket Post screening + family drama workshop
- Mòd 2019 Gaelic Film Screenings: A taste of BBC Alba – Na Millenni-Gaels CCA
- French Film Festival GFT 2019
- The Irishman GFT
- Lost Lives plus Q & A
- Malcolm X 35 mm GFT
- Halloween at GFT 2019
- Preview: Pink Wall with Q & A
- Africa in Motion Film Festival 2019 Glasgow
- Glasgow Wood Recycling, October Sale
- Hitsville The Making of Motown Black History Month Glasgow
- Branagh Theatre Live – A Winter’s Tale GFT
- Cinemasters at GFT: Quentin Tarantino
- Cancer Support Scotland Christmas Fayre 2019