Victoria Concert Hall is hosting six of the funniest comedians currently calling Singapore or South East Asia home. Hailing from as far away as Scotland and Canada or coming to you from nearby India and Malaysia, they’ll be joined by one of Singapore’s own for a comedy show with an international perspective.
If you’re a fan of comedy, keen on some side-splitting wisecracks, observations and seriously hilarious complaints about anything and everything, then you’ve got to get tickets to The International Comedy Show at Victoria Concert Hall.
Take a look at who’s performing below.
Alright, “Everybody Calm Down”, it’s Kavin Jay in the building. The Malaysian-born comedian, who you might have seen on Netflix, has been defying stereotypes one joke at a time since breaking out and helping revolutionise the Malaysian stand-up comedy scene. He’s intense, grumpy and easily irritated but the man is a machine when it comes to delivering the laughs—always on point and always with panache.
See what he has to say this time around in Singapore at Victoria Concert Hall where he’s sure to charm, complain and have you crying with laughter.
Having appeared on Comedy Central, The Jim Jeffries Show and MTV, Sam See just very well might be Singapore’s most-well known comedian. He’s definitely up there as a contender to be one of our funniest as well as being one of our most well-traveled—he’s appeared pretty much all around the world.
Sam blends jokes with stories and stories with jokes. Hear what’s on his mind and you’ll be in tears.
Singapore’s only Russian comedian, Artur has been lighting up the stand-up comedy circuit with his incredible storytelling and powerful punchlines. He’s so good he’s the winner of the 2018 Bangkok International Comedy Competition and has opened for a whole host of international comedians across the world.
Canadians are generally stereotyped as friendly and polite. Off-stage, Liam McDonald is both those things but onstage… Well, let’s just say he’s been introduced with a disclaimer more times than he can count. He’s funny, he’s politically incorrect, he’s a comedian with 338 followers on Quora.
Originally from Scotland, Matt came to Singapore via Bahrain to teach golf. He’s pretty good at it from what we’ve read but he just so happens to be pretty good at comedy too from what we’ve heard. He’s a regular on the Singapore scene thanks to his deadpan deliveries.
Love, life and home feature heavily in Deepak’s comedy which is written with the mindset of a programmer. The pan-Indian comedian is a regular headliner across South East Asia. Having lived in eight countries over the past 10 years, he’s got things to say especially regarding politics, middle-class life and life as an IT Engineer. He’s also the host of Comedy Masala Singapore.
The International Comedy Show at Victoria Concert Hall takes place on both Friday 17 June and Saturday 18 June at 8pm. Two nights of world-class entertainment await.