Harun Musho’d started performing stand-up comedy as a full-time mature student at university in 2013. He ran and compered his own comedy club for three years in London, and has taken three shows to the Edinburgh Fringe, including two solo shows.
He mines both political events and his complex family background involving multiple ethnicities, religions and fluid morality for his brand of dark comedy.
Harun's debut solo show, HARUN WITH A VIEW (2016-7), received the following reviews:
"A great comedian. I would highly recommend it" ★★★★ Views from the Gods
"When so many newer comics are Stewart Lee wannabes, at least this bears comparison to the original." Chortle
"A likeable and funny comic" The Reviews Hub
His second show, DARK SIDE OF HARUN (2018-9), got these reviews:
"Excellent Show. Sharp and witty comedy from a rising star" FringeReview
"If you get a chance to see this and miss it then you are a fool!" ★★★★★ Faversham Radio
Harun was developing his third show, WHY I DON’T TALK TO PEOPLE ABOUT TERRORISM, which debuted at Leicester Comedy Festival in February 2020 and closed in the Much Laughter Comedy Hub in Rochester, on 8 March. It may be revived for the Edinburgh Fringe in 2021, but for now he's working on a new show more in keeping with these times (terrorism jokes are sooo pre-pandemic).