EDINBURGH Comedy Award Best Newcomer Nominee Sindhu Vee brings her critically acclaimed show, Sandhog, to Salisbury Arts Centre this September.

Loving your children, spouse and ageing parents (in that order) is very hard work, very intense and a lot of the time it sucks. But who wants to live without love?

This is a highly anticipated debut from the host of BBC Radio 4’s Comedy of the Week podcast. As seen on BBC 2’s QI, BBC 1’s Have I Got News for You and Dave’s Alan Davies As Yet Untitled, Sindhu Vee has also featured on the Guilty Feminist podcast.

Vee grew up in the Philippines, Lucknow and Delhi; her father is Tamil and her mother is from Uttar Pradesh. She studied in Delhi, Oxford, Montreal and Chicago; Vee is married to a Dane, lives in London and says she can probably do your accent.

Vee told her first joke aged 4. “I had a terrible stutter so it took a very. Long. Time.”

Vee used to be a banker. “Calm down.”

Vee has three children. “They tell me they're laughing with me, not at me. Cue eyeroll.”

“One of the finest hours of stand-up I've ever witnessed,” I Talk Telly.

“Acerbic perspective and unapologetic delivery of less politically correct home truths,” The List.

Tickets are on sale now and can be booked by calling Ticket Sales on 01722 320333 or by visiting www.wiltshirecreative.co.uk.