Hadi Khorsandi is a renowned Iranian poet and satirist. For decades he has moved worldwide audiences to laugh and ponder the social, cultural, and political challenges they face. He is the author of several books including The Suspect Diaries of Alam(2018), a parody of the Diaries of Alam and the legacy of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. This is an opportunity to see him perform live, on stage, in Vancouver.
Please note that while all are welcome, this event will be performed in Persian.
Tickets are $35. General Admission. Arrive early to ensure a good seat!
Hadi Khorsandi is also the guest speaker at the 18th annual Drs. Fereidoun and Katharine Mirhady Endowed Lecture in Iranian Studies, taking place on March 1st, 2020. His talk is called: The Politics of Parody: a conversation with Hadi Khorsandi and Dr. Mostafa Abedinifard.
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