The Comedy Club Cambodia and Comedy Bookers Cambodia have once again combined to host a mighty mirth-filled night at Equinox on Friday July 25.
Thailand-based comedian Graham Wooding from the UK will headline a brilliant line up of top acts for just three (yes 3) of your hard-earned American dollars.
Brought to you by Bruntys cider, which will available at the discounted price of $2 per bottle on the night, as well as co-sponsors Monument Hotel, Giant Ibis Bus Company, The Flicks Community Movie Houses, and Buffalo Sister Restaurant, the show kicks off at 9pm. Seats as usual will be at a premium.
Supporting sets will come from the superb Stand Up Saigon stalwart Devin Monaghan of the US and pioneering Cambodian comic Vatthina Tola, while Scottish funnyman Roddy Fraser will compere.
More on Graham:
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.
He has since worked with top level acts and travelled to Australia to work in two festivals and a tour of the east coast. Cape Town and Hong Kong saw Graham as a writer. He was for a time known as ‘the guy with the panda joke’.
He is a founding member of Bangkok Hilarious comedy club and director of a performance festival in Thailand coming soon.
Acting, Graham has acted on stage and TV since he was young. Whilst in Thailand 2011 to 2013 he performed in three movies including stunt acting in ‘The Railway man’ starring Nicole Kidman and has acted in TVC’s for brands such as Jonnie Walker.
Current projects include two theatre plays, a comedy company in Poland and an animation series for the kids.