Featuring a diverse lineup of artists from across Britain and the Netherlands, the 4th annual “Big Muslim Variety Show” will begin a tour of the UK on July 21.

“With 16 incredible acts gracing the stage, this year’s variety show is set to be the biggest yet,” said Penny Appeal, the UK-based international, humanitarian, Muslim charity that organizes the event.

“Showcasing some of the best ‘Confidently Muslim, Comfortably British’ talent, the Big Muslim Variety Show brings together a dynamic range of performers, from beatboxers to poets, Nasheed artists to stand-up comedians.

“We have carefully curated a lineup that represents the very best in the business, featuring established artists as well as upcoming stars.”

The organizers said they have carefully curated a lineup that represents the very best in the business.

“Prepare to be dazzled by the comedic brilliance of Prince Abdi, whose hilarious performances have won the hearts of audiences worldwide … his unique style and impeccable timing guarantee a laughter-filled experience that will leave you in stitches,” Penny Appeal said.

Participants also include singer-songwriter Safe Adam and Pakistani singer Sajal.

Safe Adam who has sold out concerts all over the world and has toured in the UK (Image: Safe Adam fb)

Big UK Tour

The Big Muslim Variety Show will tour the country, with shows scheduled in a number of cities including London, Birmingham, Leicester, Bristol, Bradford, Blackburn, Sheffield, Manchester and Glasgow.

The charity confirmed that all proceeds from this tour will help deliver life-saving aid to those most in need.

“This year’s BIG Muslim Variety Show is in aid of our Turkey/Syria Earthquake Appeal,” the charity said.

Set up in 2009, Penny Appeal has been providing poverty relief across Asia, the Middle East, and Africa by offering water solutions, organizing mass feedings, supporting orphan care and providing emergency food and medical aid.

Since then, they have transformed lives and empowered communities around the world, helping to break the poverty cycle and build brighter futures.