Englishman, Irishman and Scotsman. Comedy in Pattaya.
A World Class night of Comedy in Pattaya. Nov 17th.
The Bangkok Comedy Festival comes to Pattaya for ONE NIGHT ONLY bringing their funniest comedians from Ireland, Scotland and England at The Havanna Bar (Holiday Inn).
Nov 17th, 8pm
Tickets only ฿600 (฿800 on the door)
Ireland’s Joe Rooney who played Father Damo in the hilarious TV show ‘Father Ted’ has been described as one of Ireland’s ‘10 most wanted’- (Hotpress) will be flying in for this unmissable event. “Rooney is very funny, but it is with his guitar in his hands that he becomes unmissable” – The Stage
Scottish comedy superstar Phil Kay won BBC’s Best British standup award and many argue he is the funniest comedian alive. He is Wild and Loose, Scottish and Hairy and bathes audiences in the waterfall of comic positivity. The man’s a reckless live wire of up to the minute daft tropical topicas, made up songs, energy boosts and killer one-liners..’Memory foam mattresses – you piss yourself once they never let you forget.’ Just back from a 25th Edinburgh Fringe, so, he must be good. “mesmerising headfu*k genius” TimeOut London ☆☆☆☆☆
Hosted by Aidan Killian who is one of the most daring, original and thought-provoking comedians Ireland has ever produced, “Master class in satire” – Bunbury Magazine ☆☆☆☆☆. He has performed his unique, insightful comedy style for 7 Edinburgh Fringes and was a ‘highlight’ at Glastonbury Festival 2017 and was nominated for best comedian at The World Fringe. During his world comedy tour he was described as “Deliciously subversive” – The Advertiser (Australia) ☆☆☆☆ while in Edinburgh the critics compared him to Tommy Tiernan and Russell Brand, “Hysterical… Passionate driven intelligence” – Chortle ☆☆☆☆.
Special guest appearance from Grem Wood – Our token English comic has lived in Asia for years and shares his insightful experiences with us in an eloquent and poetic style of comedy. He has performed and headlined all the comedy clubs in Asia and has also supported acts such as Stephen K Amos. Let’s see how the Englishman fits in with the ‘Celtic Comedy Legends.’