SERIOUSLY KAM

Seriously ....KAM   ( No funny, No honey ) is a show every Thursday 4.00pm - 6.00pm, dedicated to humour, comedy and all things ridiculous and entertaining which means nothing is too serious, Seriously. Helm by the Queen of Malaysian Comedy Joanne Kam Poh Poh, the show will bring about her rapid and witty sence of homour with a dash of cheeky naughtiness that will help your mid week Thursday and pump you up for the weekend.

What to look out for ;  Interviews with international & local comedians as well as entertainment personality. Also Joanne's brand of acid humour combine with her style of witty anecdotes will ensure for an entertaining afternoon of delight.


Joanne Kam

Joanne KAM is a name to be reckoned with, especially in the entertainment industry mainly due to her very risqué style of comedy and her plunging necklines. Bursting into the scene during the Boom Boom Room era in the early 90’s have earned her the title of Queen of Comedy and at the moment it is still unchallenged


Joanne’s versatile talent has made her one of the most sought after artist in the industry,
with her knack of entertaining all levels of audiences. Her quick wit coupled with her
ability to adapt allows her to charm her crowd with professional ease and have them
lapping up her inimitable brand of humour that they can’t seem to get enough of her.

Joanne was also Esquire magazine's Sex columnist since its insurgence till 2015. She also champions women and is the first to produce an all female stand up comedy group SUPER KAM that toured all over Malaysia and open twice for the Singapore comedy fringe Festival. 



Ladies of Laughter : Who Runs the World ?

The week it is all GIRL Power as we bring you an ensemble of female comics that will have you raising your hands and cheering for these women. So,  to all the independent, feisty, strong, courageous and beautiful women we know and love ... Happy International Day of The Girl!Speaking of which, we're gonna have some of our favorite funny girls on stage this weekend.Don't forget to catch Sharul Channa, Neeti Palta and Luwita Hana Randhawa this Friday 14th Oct and Saturday 15th Oct at Live House Kuala Lumpur. Get your tickets online at http://lolwrtw.peatix.comHere is some information on our Ladies who will be on stage : Neeti Palta ( India )Neeti brings to the English stand up comedy scene in India what it sorely lacks – a female perspective. Therefore she has the unique advantage of being able to present a female point of view on a variety of subjects from the life of a woman in India, Indian idiosyncrasies, to daily irritants, current affairs, etc, while indulging in a spot of poking fun at men (ok, a lot of that!).She was voted as the best Stand Up Comic at the Oz Fest and was India’s first Stand Up to perform at Melbourne for the prestigious Melbourne Comedy Festival 2013.Neeti has done shows for varied audiences and corporates across Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Chennai, Coimbatore, Kochi, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Goa, Kolkatta, Bangalore, Pune, etc.Neeti established one of Delhi’s oldest and most successful comedy outfits – Loony Goons – in which she organizes shows for corporates, pubs and private parties. It’s a pioneer outfit that flies in the best comedians from across India to give comedy night a truly complete ‘Indian’ feel.Sharul Channa ( Singapore )A trained actor from La Salle College of the Arts, and a Communications Graduate from the University of Buffalo, Sharul is one of the most sought after talents in Singapore today. She is also Singapore’s first ever Indian female stand-up comic and a versatile event emcee.She has also been on TV regularly for various series on Channel News Asia, commercials on AXN and also for documentaries on MediaCorp Channel 5. A brilliant comic actress, Sharul has been seen in productions like Rafta Rafta and We are Like This Only (HuM Theatre) and Rub My Antenna (Complete Communicators). As a comic, Sharul has shared the stage with some of the top comedians in the world. She was the opening act for Papa CJ (India), Irene Ang (Singapore), Raju Shrivastava (India), Jojo Smith (UK) and many others. She has performed with Reuben Paul (USA) at the MGM Macau and also headlined shows for The Comedy Club KL, Comedy Kao Kao, PJ Laugh Fest 2013, One Mic Stand, The Comedy Lounge in Perth and Sydney, amongst others.Sharul has also performed at the Georgetown Festival in Penang 2013 and Weirdass Pajama Festival 2014, India’s largest comedy festival. She also produced and performed a sold-out two-man show in Singapore titled The Rishi and Sharul Show. In recent times, Sharul’s work has been featured in The Straits Times, The NEW Paper, The Mumbai Mirror, The Indian Express, and The Economic Times IndiLuwita Hana Randhawa  ( Malaysia )This English-born lass has studied film and theatre in New Zealand, and has honed her improv skills in New York City. Now, Luwita’s making waves in the stand-up comedy scene right her in Kuala Lumpur. You better pre-book your tickets to one of her shows quick because shows are selling out fast for the new It girl in comedy. 

Rex Navarrete

The Premier Filipino American comedian Rex Navarrete was in town last week and we manage to steal his precious time for an interview with us. Join us in our inaugural episode of Seriously Kam and you can also be treated to a video of Rex and the rest of the comics that performed on Fri & Sat at LOL Livehouse, Kuala Lumpur's premier comedy club. Prakash Daniel was the host and we were also treated to our very own Dr Jason's comedy routine and to bring it home ...Rex Navarrete. Tune in tomorrow as we talk to Rex on his comedy, live and everything in between. REX NAVARRETEMany claim that college is the turning point in one’s life, when one finds his or her future. This was the case for San Francisco Bay Area comedian Rex Navarrete, when Navarrete’s college professor told him he was wasting his talents.“He told me, ‘Get out of my office-we shouldn’t be joking here, you should be taking those jokes to the stage,” recalls Navarrete of his Asian American Studies professor Dan Gonzales, the teacher who encouraged his dream to be a comedian in 1989.That spring, 19 year-old Navarrete was baptised by fire, entertaining a crowd of 800 at the annual Asian Pacific Islander Student Union conference at UC Santa Cruz.“I was looking for my identity then just as everyone else was at that age,” says Navarrete. “Much of my material was very serious, it lacked comedy. I figured that I had some important stuff to say, so say it in the format of stand-up. This is where I started to take comedy as a vehicle seriously.”By the early 1990’s, Navarrete began seeing his routine evolve through the use of characters, many of whom were struggling underdogs. His portrayals, which ranged from his ESL teacher Mrs. Scott to his Uncle Boy and to Maritess the domestic worker, gave him the voice to air his thoughts on issues and speak about things that otherwise wouldn’t be mentioned.Navarrete gathers all of his material from what he calls “real Rex moments,” reality and shared life experiences. “I think everything has humor; you will always find humor. I don’t always make stuff up. Even though most of my material is geared for a Filipino audience, if you’re smart enough you’ll understand the universality of it. Look at the comedy traditions of Jewish and African American comics, which are now the mainstream througNavarrete remains to be a one of the hardest working, relatively unknown American comedians today though he’s performed alongside notable national headliners as George Lopez, DL Hughley, Paul Mooney, among others. He does plan to release a number of other comedy albums on CD and DVDs under his label for fans to enjoy.The future seems to only give him the chance to connect with a larger audience that is now finally getting the opportunity to experience the changing face of American stand-up comedy.h Seinfeld, Bruce, Allen, Rock, Pryor and Murphy. Our struggles become our comedy.”

The Trouble Makers of Comedy : Keren Bala Devan & Haikal Idris

KEREN BALA DEVANKeren Bala Devan is a stand up comedian who loves to share his unique views about everything wrong with modern culture.Usually by complaining.A lot.His specific brand of comedy stems from years of observing how ridiculous things that are part of everyday life have come to be. From strange modern cultural habits to the annoying behaviour of the general populace, he always find something to say and rant about. As part of the next generation of comics in Malaysia, his almost three year journey has lead to him headlining various venues around Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya, opening for International comic Paul Ogata, and performing in shows with Harith Iskander as well as at the International Comedy FringeFestival in Singapore.He is now one of the new producers for One Mic Stand, Malaysia’s premiere comedy openmic venue and can be seen frequently performing there and at The Crackhouse Comedy Club in Kuala Lumpur.HAIKAL IDRIS  The 25-year-old is best known for his dark humour (or otherwise known as black comedy), a comic style that is often viewed as offensive or cruel to some as it makes light of themes that are generally considered taboo or sensitive.While the comedy scene is already used to Haikal’s shenanigans, Twitter wasn’t. He first joined the social media network in June 2016 and within a few weeks, his joke about Kelantan received so much backlash that he was invited on OhBulan and Astro Awani.Haikal isn’t just a stand-up comedian. By day, this Finance graduate is the head of Business Development and Investor Relations for ParkEasy, a Malaysian startup and smartphone application that helps you find parking quickly in shopping malls. After running a beta for several months, the application has now been officially launched and is available on both Apple App Store and Google Play Store.Last Tuesday, I had the pleasure of watching Haikal and other local comedians “live” during One Mic Stand at PJ Live Arts. The next day, I had a sit-down with Haikal and asked him about his journey into comedy and his opinion about the negative reaction he received after a week of curating @twt_malaysia..It all started three years ago when Haikal was hanging out with some comedian friends who encouraged him to take the stage. His first show was completely unstructured. He could have easily given up the first time, but when asked what motivated him to keep going, Haikal said that most comedians who are dedicated to the art form do so for the validation.“A lot of us are lonely and we’re usually introverts,” he says, “so comedy is an outlet for us to take out our frustrations. It’s nice knowing that you can make people laugh.”

Victor Anastacio From Philippine at the Crackhouse

Victor AnastaioOne of the top Philipino Comedians to watch out for and he will be coming to our shores namely CRACKHOUSE Comedy Club in Taman Tun this FRIDAY & SAT 24th & 25th March 2017.One way to describe Victor’s comedy is 100% original. It does not feel copied or rehashed or fabricated from some obscure internet meme or comic. Good comics are funny. The great ones are also funny, but they also show you something else: their actual point-of-view. Every topic he gets into feels like you are seeing it from a completely different perspective.Also, The way he seems to also weave self-deprecation into his jokes is a treat in of itself. The trick is to say enough so that the crowd is on your side and roots for you, but not too much that the crowd just ends up feeling sorry or sad for the comic. Victor walks that thin line masterfully, and you are always left wanting more. He is able to keep any audiences attention because he is unique and he writes good jokes. Do you want to know what the future of stand-up comedy in the Philippines looks like? Watch Victor Anastacio and spread the word.Come on down to catch Victor Anastacio and spread the word!Book early to avoid disappointment https://crackhousevictoranastacio.peatix.comFriday 24th March, 9:00pm | Doors Open for Seating 8pmSaturday 25th March, 9:00pm | Doors Open for Seating 8pmRM40 (RM10 OFF for students)IMPORTANT NOTICE:1. Doors and Bar opens at 8.00pm2. By 8.45pm we are required to release all no-show bookings and reserved seats3. We do not accept requests for ticket refunds4. For student purchases, bring your Student ID with you and flash your card upon registration at the door. No card, no entry.5. 18 and above onlyFor inquiry, call +60172603654 or e-mail laugh@crackhousecomedy.asia