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With her life experiences including a teenage suicide attempt, a Spanish-retreat encounter with the psychoactive brew ayahuasca, and a train-station breakdown involving a cheese & onion pasty, Sukh Ojla has plenty of fantastic raw material around which to build a show. 

She also has experience of being a thirtysomething living at home with her mom & dad, another situation that’s provided her with plenty of comedy gold: “Living at home with my parents is essentially like living in the most passive-aggressive Air B&B of all time,” she says, “except that you can’t even leave them a bad review!”

Sukh visits the Midlands this month and next with The Aunty Years, a show in which she’s set herself the challenge of ‘figuring out middle age, pretending to be a grown-up and the joy of a Tupperware set’. 

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