United Nations of Comedy 3
United Nations of Comedy 3After 5 sell-out shows across 2016/2017, The UNC Team makes its long awaited return! This time at the wonderful cabaret room Upstage @ Rendezvous, with a show which once again celebrates the rich diversity of comics in Malaysia. Featuring the best expat-comedians in Kuala Lumpur, as well as locals Luwita and Shaz, United Nations of Comedy promises to unite Kuala Lumpur through laughter.When : 17 & 18 November (9.00pm) (Diners advised to arrive by 7pm)Where : Upstage @ Rendezvous, BangsarPrice : RM35 (Online/Booking)RM40 (At The Door)How: Visit http://uncmy.peatix.com/*Pick the day that you would like to catch the United Nations of Comedy Team by selecting the date shown on Peatix.Featuring: Sam See – Singapore (Host)Sam See is part of the region's new wave of stand-up comedians, with the wit, skill, and liver capacity to entertain audiences of all kinds.Based in Singapore, he has opened for comedians like Harith Iskander, Bert Kreischer, Gina Yashere, Kevin Bridges, Dara Ó Briain & Ed Byrne. He has also performed in numerous comedy festivals in Asia, including the Singapore Comedy Fringe Festival, Manila Improv Festival and the Kuala Lumpur International Comedy Festival.Sam has also been working with Comedy Central Asia since its inception for both live and televised performances, earning him a spot as one of their featured comedians online and on screen. His comedy chops in both stand-up and improv have also led him to numerous overseas performances, entertaining audiences in Melbourne, Taiwan, Malaysia, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Macau, Myanmar and the Philippines.Justin Heyes – United KingdomJustin Heyes is arguably one of the UK’s most lovable comedy exports. A storyteller at heart, his honest reflections of his own experiences never fail to entertain a diverse array of audiences.He has appeared on Malaysian television in the film ‘Cinta Di Gerai’, and sitcom ‘Cakap Melayulah’, and was the first English comic to perform stand up in Bahasa Melayu on Malaysian television when he appeared twice on ‘Komediri’.Luwita Hana Randhawa – Malaysia (KL)Ever since bagging the Best Female Youth Newcomer Award at the 2012 Short+Sweet Malaysia Stand Up Comedy Festival, Luwita Hana Randhawa has made a name for herself in the local comedy scene for her acerbic and understated wit. She is a regular performer at comedy shows throughout KL. She has also performed at shows in Singapore, Cambodia, Hong Kong, London and New York and performed her first solo show, Nothing to be Done, at the 2014 New Zealand Fringe Festival. Luwita was included in the CLEO HotShots 2016 list, a sign of more things to come for this up and coming comic.Dan Tackage – AustraliaDan Tackage has performed in Singapore, Japan, the Philippines, Thailand, Thailand, Vietnam and Australia. He has also performed at the Crackhouse Comedy Festival and LOLFest in Malaysia. Despite having a fear of flying, only being able to speak English (barely) and being incredibly introverted, Dan's work forces him to mingle with all kinds of people from South East Asia, even those annoying expats. This frequent travel leads to a steady number of misadventures which Dan shares with his audiences, although he sees it more as therapy. So come along and laugh at the misfortunate adventures of Dan Tackage.Yuichiro Kinjo - JapanKinjo is a comedy giant in his own right. Since starting his comedy career in Japan in 2010, he has shot to fame making appearances on both television and radio, while touring the country.In 2011, Kinjo won a Japanese comedy award and in 2015 his company (the largest comedy and entertainment agency in Japan) began to expand sending its biggest stars around the world, flying Kinjo out to Malaysia to perform here.A true performer Kinjo has entertained audiences in KL performing in English and Malay, and has demonstrated his musical and magical talents as well. Kinjo loves Malaysia.Shahrizan Ferouz – Malaysia (Sabah)Shaz has travelled all the way from the far off land of KK Sabah. Since arriving in KL in 2003 he has been involved in TV and radio and has been doing stand up for 7 years, In 2016 he appeared on 'Komediri' and 'Sembang Teh Tarik'. During his set he will educate you on the basics of Malaysian geography. Lesson 1: Sabah is part of Malaysia. For 'Lesson 2' come and watch him perform!Zainal Bostaman - BruneiSince first taking to the stage in Singapore 4 years ago, Zainal has performed in Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, United States (LA and NY) and UK (London). He now runs the BruHaHa Comedy Club in Brunei where he is ranked as one of the best comics in the country! Well at least top 3! There's only 3 comics, total...Aaron Barber - USAAaron fled America to Malaysia as a refugee following Trumps election victory. He figured the two counties flags are almost identical so it seemed like the logical destination for a new home. The big Texan will be making his debut for United Nations of comedy. He is a regular performer on the open mic comedy circuit in Kuala Lumpur.