Arts and Culture

Dr Ahmed Kazmi: Making Mortality Funny

Posted on: Mon 12 Mar 2018

Dr Ahmed Kazmi is a real life GP, who began in the arts, after patients would tell him he was the funniest doctor they’d ever had.

“I think if you have any job that involves working with people on a daily basis, by default there is humour in it, because people are funny” explains Dr Kazmi.

After making a totally sold out debut in 2016, he is back in Adelaide with more titillating tales from the consulting room with his show “Doctor In The House“.

Dr Ahmed Kazmi joins Tom Mann to chat about the show and how it came to be.

Produced by Zoe Kounadis

Image Supplied with permission to use via Fringe Festival


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