When it comes to light entertainment, we’re front-row frequenters at Singapore’s best comedy clubs. Besides the regular night shows, both local and international comics thrive in the comedy scene here, bringing their gigs and gags to bigger venues such as theatres and arenas. Here are the wisecrackers and fast-quipping superstars we’re looking forward to seeing.
Get this: twelve of Singapore’s biggest comics are getting together to give you a Happy Ever Laughter like no other. Up for its fourth season, the biggest live stand-up comedy event returns from July 11 to 29 at Capitol Theatre. Book tickets to see your favourite funny man (or woman) roast fellow comics in this ultimate showdown. This year’s cast includes Kumar, Suhaimi Yusof, Sebastian Tan, Irene Ang, Koh Chieng Mun, Selena Tan, Preetipls, Fakkah Fuzz, Alaric Tay, Sharul Channa, Rishi Budhrani and Judee Tan.
No stranger to Singapore’s light-entertainment scene, Australia’s massive comedy festival returns with a diverse line-up of comics including Cal Wilson, Nick Cody, Nikki Britton and Dilruk Jayasinha. From stand-up and sketch to satire and song, this one's a night full of belly laughs you can count on.
The internet is great for many things such as discovering new videos that never fail to crack you up. Besides uploading some of the most viewed video content online, India’s popular comedy collective, All India Bakchod, is set to perform their bag of gags at the Shine Auditorium on July 12.
Known for his deadpan delivery, dark humour and destroying hecklers on-stage, UK’s comedy hero Jimmy Carr is back with a selection of his old-but-gold jokes along with brand new material. Instead of staying home and catching his Netflix special Funny Business on the small screen, why not see the funny man live at Kallang Theatre? A word of warning – his infectious laugh will crack you up before he reaches the punchline.
Get stoked – YouTube’s iconic duo is bringing its new stage Interactive Introverts show to Singapore. From producing their own comedy videos to hosting BBC Radio 1 shows, Dan and Phil are set to take the stage at Kallang Theatre with side-splitting rants, roasts, battles and stories in this stand-up show not to be missed!