|Wed Apr 20 2016, 8:30pm–10:00pm|
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Best of British - Stand-Up Comedy
An evening of all British entertainment in the up close and personal setting of The Irish Times.
Online early bird tickets with Free shooters.
1:1 draught Guinness, Kilkenny, Tiger and Erdinger for everyone.
Ollie Horn (UK)
Ollie Horn is one of the fastest-rising stars on the Asian circuit, effortlessly combining witty observational humour, quirky storytelling, and razor-sharp crowd work, all topped off with an kind of British intellectual arrogance that crowds of any nationality can’t help but warm to.
Since learning his craft on the stage of the world-famous Oxford Revue, he flew to Japan and founded 'Comedy Japan', the country’s first fully bilingual comedy troupe, and hosting Japan’s first international comedy festival in Fukuoka.
Between headlining shows in Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, London and Paris, and taking first runner up in the 2015 Seoul International Comedy Competition, he is in hot demand around Japan as a stand up comic, TV presenter and radio reporter in both English and Japanese.
“Loveable and hilarious.” - Fukuoka Now
“From the moment he steps on the stage we're in Ollie's world, where the audience are giggling from the get go.” - RKB Radio
“Really natural and funny performer.” - Josie Long
Scott Mitchell (UK/Sco/SIN)
Scott Mitchell brings an acerbic and witty look at life to all of his performances. From the struggles of fatherhood to the wonders of modern science, with a gentle blend of old style jokes, he shares his thoughts openly with his audiences to delight in every performance.
Scott performs regularly at Thirsty Thursday Comedy and can be seen at open mic spots and private gigs throughout Singapore and South East Asia.
Nick Milnes (HK/UK/Eng)
Nick is a two time finalist at Hong Kong's prestigious International Comedy Competition and has performed around Asia, Australasia and his native UK.
Fukuoka Now magazine called his headlining set of January 2015,
"A half hour.. worthy of Comedy Central."
Last year, at the Hong Kong Fringe he performed his inaugural one man show, "Jokes from a Small Island" to great acclaim and is now working on a second named, "Waiting for Fido... to kick the bucket!" about his plans for future comedic expansion
He currently has a dog.
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