SHINDU Vee has announced and extension of her UK tour this Autumn.

On November 15, Shindu Vee will be bringing Sandhog to the Tacchi Morris Arts Centre in Taunton.

Sandhog is about how exhausting and complicated it is to love our children, spouse and parents, but how inescapable the urge is to love them as fully as we can.

It is all about being the generation responsible for both the kids and aging parents. When Shindu Vee was young, she was brought up by an Ayah (like an Indian nanny) and wore hand-me-downs and had a stammer into her early 20’s.

We can’t choose our kids or our parents and ties to them feel primordial, but we can choose our spouse. Those ties feel highly questionable at so many points once the bloom of new love is gone (somewhere between 24 hours - 24 months after the wedding)! Yet many people choose to stay married. Why? Divorce has never been so easy. This show also looks at some home truths on marriage.

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Sindhu Vee, who was born and raised in India and has received degrees from Delhi, Oxford (for which she got a Radhakrishnan scholarship), McGill and Chicago Universities. After a very short stint being an Yves San Laurent model, she changed direction putting her qualifications to good use and had a successful career in investment banking. She has three kids, including two teenagers, with her Danish husband and now in her early 40’s, Sindhu decided it was time to change direction and make her parents proud starting a career in comedy.

The tour has already sold out every date so far. So it is now starting again on September 2 at Hove’s The Old Market and culminates in Taunton on November 15.

This year Shindu Vee has appeared on the prestigious Live At The Apollo for the first time and a second Radio 4 series has been commissioned. Sindhu cemented her arrival on the comedy map in a big way and is set to go global, as she recently signed to ICM one of the biggest most respected Hollywood agencies.

See Sandhog at The Tacchi Morris Arts Centre on November 15. For more information visit