Singapore’s International Comedy Show has grown so popular that it’s filling up entire theatres. Back in May, it pretty much sold out every seat at Project X: Picturehouse and then in October it brought the house down with a round-the-world line-up starring Malaysian-born and Netflix special comedian Kavin Jay.
However, this March it will be time for another Netflix special comedian, “Things They Wouldn’t Let Me Say” Aditi Mital, to lead a lineup of Queens of Asian comedy that includes Japan’s Yumi Nagashima and Malaysia’s Joanne Kam.
Aditi Mital is a rising star in the comedy world, known for her clever and incisive humor that tackles everything from politics to pop culture. She’s a regular on Netflix’s “The Comedy Lineup” and has performed at comedy festivals around the world. Her quick wit and infectious energy will have you laughing from start to finish.
Yumi Nagashima is a YouTube sensation who has amassed millions of views with her hilarious videos and live performances. Her unique blend of physical comedy and sharp observational humor has made her a favorite among audiences in Asia and beyond. Don’t miss the chance to see her live and in person!
Joanne Kam is a local legend in the Malaysian comedy scene, with decades of experience and a long list of accolades to her name. Her irreverent humor and fearless approach to taboo topics have made her one of the most beloved comedians in the country. Seeing her perform is a must for anyone who loves comedy.
Tying the performances together will be Hossan Leong a Singaporean actor, television host, radio deejay and comedian. He will serve as the Host for the evening, and will keep you laughing between performances.
The Queens of Asia Comedy Show at Projector X: Picturehouse will be bringing the laughs on two nights in March. Across one hour and 45 minutes, audiences will be treated to the jokes, wisecracks and witty observations from three of the best comedians Asia has got.
Together, they’ll be putting power into empowerment and taking audiences through a collection of their best material. From being single and wearing thongs to what it’s like navigating the world of men (and men) as a woman, as well as, cultural quirks, amusing observations and social commentary delivered in their own individual style, you’ll be holding back the tears or rolling on the floor laughing.
Tickets to the Queens of Asia Comedy Show start S$60 for shows on both Friday 24 March and Saturday 25 March. Your host for the evening will be none other than Singapore’s own Hossan Leong.