Esther Manito - Work In Progress
Off the back of her successful 2019 Edinburgh 'Crusade' run, Esther is bringing her work in progress for her second Edinburgh show.
Esther's first show tackled the racism of the alt right and sexism of religious extremists. Now she wants to look closer at the stereotypes of the Arab and Muslim man. How has the middle east and sexism been united into one stereotype? This doesn't match what she saw in the Arab Muslim men in her family...so where have these stereotypes come from? Is there truth in them? Esther just can't see that the Middle East and religion equals sexism...she reminisces over her upbringing in the 90's...is Britain truly guilt free when it comes to sexism? It makes her want to scream "If you are a sexist then you ain't no Muslim and you ain't geeza bruv!"
"Esther Manito: Lebanese British woman, wife, mother, incredible comedian ****1/2 Edfest Magazine
"Ms Manito is a confident comic with a likeability factor which can do her no harm. Her stage presence and delivery enhance her well written material and it is easy to see why she is doing so well, both nationally and internationally" ****One4Review
"It's clear that Esther is bringing a much-needed voice" **** Funny Women
Esther has opened for Jason Mansford, Shappi Korsandi, Alan Davies and Sindhu Vee.
Finalist of So You Think You're Funny, Bath New Act of the Year, Sussex New Comedian and BBC New Comedian nominee 2016-19.
Esther's Comedy Debut 'Crusade' Sdinburgh Special is now streamed on Next Up comedy.
Funny Women Top Ten Best Show Shortlist (Voted by the audience) 2019.
The Bath Brew House (View)
14 James Street West
Bath BA1 2BX
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