An evening of music and comedy featuring:

Fathiya Saleh

Fathiya Saleh

Fathiya Saleh is a 24-year-old who is performing her show for the first time in Bury. Fathiya is a Londoner with Yemeni-Somali roots, who started doing stand-up in 2019, and has appeared in several shows in London,
including Asians vs Arabs, Arabs Are Not Funny!, and on BBC Asian Network Comedy.

Her string of punchlines earns her big applause as she captures the true essence of family oriented cultures found in Arab and Muslim communities.

Metz 'N' Trix

Metz ‘N’ Trix

Mc Trix is one half of the dynamic duo and pioneers of the punjabi garage era and movement – Metz ‘N’ Trix. Mc Trix was born and bred in Manchester and is regarded as one of the first MCs to emerge on the Bhangra scene and is known for hits with the top bhangra producers. Hits include: Aja Mahi, Put Sardara De, Ambersyria and many songs with the RDB outfit, including their debut album Danger which broke all records.

Ministry of Sound have recently paid homage to both Metz and Trix in a recent documentary The Birth Of Punjabi Garage. Always viral on Tik Tok and social media platforms and still very active on the live circuit. Always guaranteed to rock any show. Their songs are addictive and banging.

Shivani Banger

Shivani Banger

Shivani Banger has recently began her career to sing through SAMA Council based at ADAB The Mosses Centre. She was awarded Rising Star Award at the Wonder Woman Awards.

Shivani took part in the Media M talent show in Manchester and came third with her melodious voice.

With her passion to sing she has performed in private parties, school functions and at Bury Mela. She looks forward to performing for community events.

Ranbir Daskai

Ranbir Daskai

Ranbir Daskai is a UK born Bhangra artist and Punjabi singer who also sings sufi music and is known for soulful, heart touching songs.

He performs around the country at weddings, mela festivals parties, with his tracks such as Ghaint look sardar, Aja mahi, Saat din and many more with many released by big record labels such as T Series and 3q records.

He is inspired by great legends such as Ustad Nusrat Fatheh Ali Khan and has been influenced by the legendary artist Late Ustad Sardool Sikander.

Dates & Times

Last session: Sat 13 Jan 2024 at 6:00 PM - This event has now passed
Derby Hall @ The Met
£11 (inc fees)

This is a women only event.

Ages 12+

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