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Trial Room

Trial Room

Stand up Comedy | English, Hindi, Marathi | Age 14+

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Siddharth Dudeja is a versatile comedian and his brand of clean comedy makes him a favourite pick for college shows, corporate comedy or almost any other setting imaginable with a listening crowd. Having performed more than 500 shows so far including multiple comedy festivals and auditorium gigs, he has grown quite a bit as an artist which is clearly evident by the fact that he is a regular headliner at all the comedy clubs and festivals across India. Siddharth is an accomplished humour writer and has sought after writing credentials as he has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry- IPL, IIFA, AIB, Weirdass (Vir Das’ comedy collective) to name a few.

T&C

  • Age Limit: 14+
  • Internet handling fee per ticket may be levied. Please check your total amount before payment.
  • Seats available on a first come first serve basis
  • A government issued, valid photo ID may be requested at entry.
  • No refunds on purchased ticket are possible, even in case of any rescheduling.
  • This is a single entry show. Once you exit the show area, you will not be permitted to enter again.
  • Please keep your ticket with you at all times.
  • Rights of admission reserved, even to valid ticket holders.
  • Beware of counterfeit tickets.
  • Audio or Video recording of the show is not permitted.  You must not make, create, store, record or transmit any kind of sound recording, visual footage (recording), or store, record or transmit any information or other data with relation to the event. The organizers
  • reserve the right to eject you from the venue for doing so.
  • No professional, SLR or DSLR cameras or recording (sound or video) equipment will be permitted in the venue. Do not bring them to the venue as we will not be able to take responsibility and hold the same in safekeeping.
  • Security procedures, including frisking, remain the right of the management.