The Anvil, Basingstoke

01 February 2007 - The Independant

In 2001, the Muslim comic Shazia Mirza leapt to the attention of the media with her infamous post-September 11 joke


I will be performing at International Women's Day event on Saturday 8th March at The Birmingham Town Hall Victoria Square B3 3DQ   0121 780 3333

& on 3rd April 7.30pm Bloomsbury Theare London with Stewart Lee, Bridget Christie, Kevin Eldon, Simon Munnery, Henning Wehn www.thebloomsbury.com/event/run/0767

My latest piece that I have written for The Financial Times Magazine on touring India can be read here: www.ft.com/cms/s/2/5784243c-d3c0-11e2-95d4-00144feab7de.html#axzz2WCJTuOpc

and my piece in the Mail on Sunday on learning meditation can be read here: www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/article-2344504/Can-I-silent-treatment-One-professional-talker-worless-days-meditation-retreat.html


Shazia's column in The Guardian

Shazia's weekly column- Diary of a Disappointing Daughter is in The Guardian Weekend Magazine every Saturday.
Read it in the Silly Writings Section or www.theguardian.co.uk

Columnist of the Year

Read Shazia's award winning column in The New Statesman and her funny column in Hotline Magazine- on Virgin Trains

Read Shazia's Hotline Magazine articles
Read Shazia's New Statesman articles