'Ivor Dembina: New Jewish Jokes' is Ivor Dembina's fifth stand-up show. In 1994 he became the first Jewish comedian to do a solo show at the Edinburgh festival with his ground-breaking 'Stand-Up Jewish Comedy'. In 1998 he wrote 'SadoJudaism', a Jewish take on the subjects of fetishism and prostitution, and in 2005, he first performed 'This is Not a Subject for Comedy', his personal comedic take on the Middle East conflict.
Last year he presented his most successful solo show to date 'Ivor Dembina: Old Jewish Jokes', which can be seen again in 2015 as part of the Laughing Horse Free Festival in Edinburgh. Details here.
He is also founder and resident compere of the Hampstead Comedy Club in north London where he can be regularly seen on Saturday nights introducing the acts and bantering with the audience.