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First Class Comedy


Sat Mar 26 2016, 8:30pm–10:00pm
Sat Apr 23 2016, 8:30pm–10:00pm
Sat May 28 2016, 8:30pm–10:00pm
Sat Jun 25 2016, 8:30pm–10:00pm

Where: Post Bar @ Fullerton Hotel, 1 Fullerton Square, Raffles Place, Singapore

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Early Bird with free drink ($25 discount applied): $25.00
  • General Admission with free drink ($15 discount appilied): $35.00
  • Group of 4 with 4 free drinks ($80 discount appiled): $120.00
  • Group of 8 with 8 free drinks ($200 discount appiled): $200.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: comedyhubsingapore

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Comedians for the up and coming shows include:


Gary Jackson (USA)
Gary “Gweilo” Jackson's home club is Charlie Goodnight’s in Raleigh, North Carolina. Jackson has performed in over 11 countries - Brasil, Great Britain, South Africa, USA, Australia, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Japan, China, and Spain.

Umar Rana (PAK)
A founding member of Pakistan’s first English-speaking improv troupe, Black Fish, which represented Pakistan in an international theatre festival in Manchester, England.

Qamarul Haziq (SIN)
Intorducing the rising star of the Singapore open mic comedy scene. Hailing from the Heartlands, Qamarul is a Singaporean comic that has been performing regularly all over the country.

Master of Accents and the Singapore Comedy scene’s International Man of Mystery. Winner - Magners Singapore International Comedy Festival in 2014.

Host - Daniel McGrath (USA)
His comedic style has been accused of being charming and witty, but mainly by his wife. Dan has opened for international comics such as Tom Rhodes, Glenn Wool, Danny Cho and Imaan Hadchiti.


Steven Halcrow (Scotland)
After spending four years cutting his teeth on the Scottish comedy circuit, Steven now lives in Cambodia where he founded Stand Up Siem Reap and frequently appears as the host and main support act for the Comedy Club Cambodia’s international comedy events.

Ollie Horn (England)
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.

Nick Milnes (England)
Nick is a two time finalist at Hong Kong's prestigious International Comedy Competition and has performed around Asia, Australasia and his native UK.

Host - Scott Mitchell (Scotland)
Scott brings an acerbic and witty look at life to all of his performances.
Perth, Australia Fingeworld Finalist 2015 'Best of Scottish Comedian of the Year'


Bj Fox (UK)
With 4 years living in Singapore under his belt, and making audiences in Tokyo laugh in both English and Japanese. Expect a distinctly British style of humour as he talks about his struggles around the world.

Jacky Ng (SIN)
Jacky is a captivating new talent. He shows no fear in his experimental style of comedy and attacks taboo subjects head on. A future star of stand-up for sure.

Orion, the Master of Accents and the Singapore Comedy scene’s International Man of Mystery is the winner of the very first Magners Singapore International Comedy Festival in 2014.

Host - Oliver Bear (UK)
Oliver Bear is an English / Irish Mongrel born in Nottingham.
He was raised by his travelling circus bear family between England, Northern Ireland, and Indonesia.


Liam Mcdonald (Can)
Liam has performed live in Canada, USA and Singapore. Armed with a Keytar, microphone, sharp wits and a very likeable persona on stage, he has created one of Singapore’s most unique comedy sets combining standup comedy, improv and music to deliver an unforgettable act.

Suzanne Shepherd (USA)
Suzanne is a New York based comic and has appeared on Comedy Central, performed at venues across Asia, America and the UK and was a featured comic on Comedy Central Asia 2015.

Ryan Hyneck (USA)
Ryan Hynek is a Chicago native who’s been yucking it up on the Asia Comedy circuit since 2009. He’s been a top three finalist in the Hong Kong International Comedy Festival and has played clubs around the world from Chicago to Hanoi.

Host - Daniel Mcgrath (USA)
Dan thinks that the best way to spend his free time is by telling jokes to strangers in dimly lit bars and clubs.
His comedic style has been accused of being charming and witty, but mainly by his wife.