Aditi Mittal – Stand up Comic

Aditi Mittal is a comedian, writer, actor and barely managing any of the three roles with competence. She can be found posting workout videos on Instagram, putting her foot in her mouth on Twitter and over sharing from her personal life on Facebook.

Her first stand-up special “Things They Wouldn’t Let Me Say” is on Netflix, her second special “Girl Meets Mic” is also on Netflix and she’s currently touring her third stand-up special “Global Village Idiot” around the world.

Other work includes “Beginners Guide to India” with BBC Radio 4 in UK, performances at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, UK Melbourne Comedy¬†Festival, Australia and Montreux Comedy Festival, Switzerland.

She’s held stand-up comedy workshops in India and at Soho Theatre in London. Her students have now become bigger and better comedians than her and she’s designing their websites to make some extra money on the side.

UPCOMING SHOWS

19 JAN | NEW DELHI

GLOBAL VILLAGE IDIOT - A Stand-up Special by Aditi Mittal

19 January 2019 | 7:00 PM

Moonshine Cafe & Bar, Janpath, New Delhi

27 JAN | BENGALURU

GLOBAL VILLAGE IDIOT - A Stand-up Special by Aditi Mittal

27 January 2019 | 7:00 PM

MOTHER TEKLA AUDITORIUM, BENGALURU

03 FEB | CHENNAI

GLOBAL VILLAGE IDIOT - A Stand-up Special by Aditi Mittal

3 February 2019 | 7:00 PM

YCPA Sri Krishna Gana Sabha Trust, Chennai

09 FEB | KOLKATA

GLOBAL VILLAGE IDIOT - A Stand-up Special by Aditi Mittal

9 February 2019 | 7:00 PM

ICCR, Kolkata

16 FEB | PUNE

GLOBAL VILLAGE IDIOT - A Stand-up Special by Aditi Mittal

16 February 2019 | 7:00 PM

Nomad The Lounge Bar, Pune

WORKSHOP

A Stand-up comedy workshop: Crash, Burn, Learn

Crash, Burn, Learn, a 2 day stand-up comedy workshop conducted by Aditi Mittal, enables you to be ready with a minimum of two minutes of stand up material through writing, editing and performance exercises that you can try out at your nearest open mic.

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Currently obsessed with…

I am currently obsessed with the idea of story telling, in all it's forms- TV, film, radio, comics, books, songs, poetry, comedy, books, newspapers, art, people. The centre of human existence are the stories we tell. Without them there is no craft, there is no art. Every moment we spend...

From the backrow

I FINALLY went and saw some theatre after nearly two years of not having seen a single play. The two plays I saw were IPTA's Kashmakash at Prithv theatre and the second one was Yatri's Chinta Chodo Chintamani at Veer Savarkar auditorium For both plays, I realised I had the...

My village- To Stella Aunty

They say it takes a village to bring up a child-Stella Aunty was my village. I have prevented myself from writing anything about her. Because all I have to offer about her are these stupid, selfish and ultimately useless sentences. Some cliched bullshit about how no words will be able...