The Welsh, brown, gay, Gen-Z comedian presents her debut hour: an audacious punk musical-comedy show about the dubious ethics of artistically exploiting marginalised identities for social gain.
Leila grew up learning to utilise and monopolise her 'minority identity' for evil and mischief. Her show doesn’t rely on these identities, but her overwhelming prodigious talent, actually.
Star of BBC's Vandullz and the BBC New Comedy Awards 2022, Leila has written for Bad Education (BBC) and Never Mind The Buzzcocks (Sky), and can be heard in Channel 4’s Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared.
Show And Tell in association with Wales Millennium Centre
"The actual future of comedy"
Start time: 8.30pm, doors 8pm
Doors open 30 minutes before the performance starts, giving you plenty of time to find a table, catch up with friends and grab a drink via our app ordering service.
Seating is unreserved.
We advise larger groups to arrive early so you can find seats together.
If the show is sold out, you may need to share a table.