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A Night of Scottish Comedy, 4th October 2013

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A Night of Scottish Comedy, 4th October 2013

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Place : Ball Room at The Holiday Inn, Soi 22, Sukhumvit Road, Bangkok
Time : Starts at 6.30 pm. till late
Date : Friday, October the 4th, 2013

Price per person: 2,850 Baht with early bird 2,550 Baht (until September 15th)
Price per table of 10: 25,500 Baht

Includes buffet (4 courses-including pre show appetizers), soft drinks and mixers, wine, free flow beer and corkage free bring your own bottle (spirits).

In 2008 was our 1st Comedy Night with Raymond Mearns, with 2012 a 2nd great success. This year Raymond will be accompanied by the renowned Phil Kay for a hysterical night of Scottish comedy.

Raymond Mearns returns to Bangkok for this 3rd year on popular demand.
Since 2003 Raymond has been an actor and comedian. He has had a sell-out run at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe and then onto New York to The Improv and The Gotham Comedy Club, alongside the first ever New York Comedy Festival.

In November 2005 Raymond returned to New York where he played to a sell-out crowd at The Laugh Factory with the Show “Laughs Across the Ocean” in collaboration with New York Comic, Danny Lobell.

2007 also saw the release of Raymond’s first DVD which was recorded at the Stand Comedy Club during the Glasgow International Comedy Festival

As of 2011 Raymond completed a successful mini tour of venues across Scotland; appeared in the new series of “Rab C Nesbitt” and in the BBC’s Scottish Soap Opera “River City”; and released his second DVD in April of 2011. He then went on tour with “Pete Doherty” at The Shepherds Bush Empire and various venues in the North of England, and continues to do live stand-up most weekends at various clubs across the UK and overseas.

*A man who knows how to swear, properly! – Billy Connolly
*A comedy masterclass – Edinburgh Evening News
*The Future of Scottish Comedy – Edinburgh Evening News
*A Ballistic Ranter, not to be Missed – The List Greatest virtue is that he always wants to put on a great show – The Stage
*The next Big Yin – Glasgow Evening Times
*This man is going to be huge – Fred Macauley BBC Radio Scotland
*A Top Class Act –

Phil Kay is Scotland’s madcap king of stand-up comedy has been performing since 1989. He has garnered a pile of awards including Best British Comedy Award in 1994, various nominations and TV appearances including hosting his own live show on Channel 4 in 1997. However, it is his stage shows that see him at his best.

His childlike take on the world is blended with sacks of energy, spoonfuls of improvisation and jumps of the imagination. The results are hilarious, crazy shows where even Phil doesn’t know what’s going to happen next!

“You have to be born with comic talent such as his. It’s a gift from the gods; a freewheeling mind that’s utterly without boundary”

“One of the greatest comedic odysseys ever witnessed. Hysterical in every sense of the word – Kay truly is a mesmorising head**** genius”

The crowd were in hysterics from the start. In many ways, Phil Kay is the spirit of the Fringe. He’s a manic, funny, shambolic, Scottish, hairy hobgoblin of an exhibitionist, and embodies any adjective you care to ascribe to the festival.

“extreme, perceptive and expect the unexpected”.

Charity: Gift of Happiness Foundation
Limited seating, by booking only:
Call 081 824 3157
Email [email protected]

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