An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman walk into a bar… sounds like the start of a joke, but on Friday March 20 it’ll be the start of many.
The Comedy Club Cambodia have booked the very same auspicious international line up for their latest stand up comedy gig at Equinox.
Tickets for the show are priced at just US$5 dollars, with showtime slated for 8pm.
The gig is brought to you by Comedy Bookers Cambodia, Monument Hotel, Giant Ibis buses and Buffalo Sister restaurant.
Aidan Killian quit investment banking in Tokyo to “save this world one laugh at a time”. He has sold out theatres in New York and London, performed all over Asia and is the only comedian to have done a ‘Sitting Room’ tour of Ireland.
He has been described as “brave and enlightening” and compared to Russell Brand, with his conscious comedy inspiring the audience to a spontaneous giant group hug at Ireland’s biggest festival, Electric Picnic. His latest Edinburgh show was described as “Raw and stimulating … Tremendously engaging. You will see nothing else that compares with this.” Chortle ****
Graham Wooding started comedy after leaving performing arts college and driving comedians to gigs around the UK. He quickly found a love and talent for stand up and after only 11 shows won a coveted new act award.
With award in hand he then joined the professional circuit and spent 6 years honing his craft and touring the UK, performing solo and with comedy groups. He is a veteran of five Edinburgh festivals having worked as a performer, writer and assistant director.
Ray Bradshaw has quickly gained a reputation as one of the funniest and most dependable acts on the Scottish comedy scene.
Having made his comedy debut in September 2008, Ray is already a double Scottish Comedian of The Year finalist. Ray’s solo show, “I Dare Ray To…” has been performed to sell-out audiences at the Glasgow Comedy Festival in 2013 and 2014, and he has also been selected as tour support for several big name acts of late including Ardal O’Hanlon and Des Clarke.