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Life sukhs Tour 2021 


Hello my loves! After months of deliberating and organising we've rescheduled the remaining dates for Life Sukhs to 2021.⁣

It was a tough decision as I desperately wanted to get back on tour this Autumn but the situation is still pretty uncertain and I don't want to put anyone at risk!⁣

Thank you so so much for your patience, support and understanding. Your lovely messages are what got me through having all my work cancelled/postponed indefinitely overnight. It's been a bloody slog at times (OK, most of the time!) but knowing that I have the support of so many of you has made me feel less alone in this hellscape.⁣

This is the longest I've gone without performing in six years and those of you who have already seen the show know that it's about so much more than comedy. ⁣

If you've already bought tickets (thank you!) then they're valid for the new dates and you don't need to do anything. Any questions/refunds please go to and use the contact form. ⁣

Link to buy tickets:
We're hoping to add more dates soon!⁣

Hopefully I'll be on stage at some point later this year too but if not you might see me on the telly 🤞🏼🤫⁣

Sending you all lots of love xxx⁣


Sukh is a comedian, actor and writer. 


As a comedian Sukh has performed on BBC2’s Big Asian Stand Up Show and across the BBC Asian Network.  In 2019 she took her debut solo show ‘For Sukh’s Sake’ to Edinburgh, which received rave reviews including 5* from Funny Women. In 2020 Sukh will be embarking on a nationwide tour with her new show ‘Life Sukhs’.


As an actor Sukh recently appeared in series 2 of The End of the F**king World (Channel 4) and as a regular role in GameFace (Channel 4), she is also a member of the core cast on Class Dismissed (CBBC).  Previously she was a regular role on sitcom Hospital People (BBC1) and appeared in feature film Victoria and Abdul alongside Judi Dench.  Her acting credits also include Future Conditional (Old Vic), Black Mirror (Channel 4) and EastEnders (BBC).


In 2017 Sukh wrote and starred in first play, Pyar Actually (Rifco) which toured nationally in 2017 and 2018.

Writer Sukh Ojla makes a relatable protagonist as Polly, a bolshy presence with a fine line in cringy comic awkwardness. Double cast as the softly-spoken Auntie Amarjit, she demonstrates impressive versatility, lending the older character a quiet, compassionate warmth with sharply observed mannerisms and consummately-performed physicality." 


The Stage

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Here are all the shows that are not tour shows. For tour shows, click here.



Guest podcast episodes - click on each image & take a listen!



"This is how to embrace commitment when you’re a commitment-phobe"

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"My first job: Sukh Ojla – ‘Workshop auditions terrify me to this day’"

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One random comedian, eight random questions; it's the ultimate test of funny person and fate. 

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By Asjad Nazir 

"Actress, writer and comedian Ojla on finding her niche"

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