FLMAO: Comedy Night @ Cafe Queen

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Comedy.HK returns to Cafe Queen with a stellar lineup of the best and brightest acts in town!

Featuring Tim Chan, Bryan Bentley, Muk Venkatamaran, JAMES, and Fran Ayala!

 

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Tim Chan is the main performer in stand up comedy group “Hall of Laughs." Tim started his comedy career in 2011, he won 2011 Hong Kong International Comedy Competition and he did an opening act in Hall of laughs headliner Vivek Mahbubani’s one man show. In 2015, Tim did his first one man show and did an opening act in HK famous Radio DJ Cheuk Wan Chi’s one woman show.

Tim is not only active in Hong Kong, he also performed in Mainland, Macau, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore & Australia.
In 2017, Tim was invited by TEDxYOUTH to be a TEDx speaker.
 
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Bryan Bentley has been performing stand-up comedy in Hong Kong since 2018. In that short time, he has performed at Take-Out Comedy as well as Backstage Comedy and several venues around Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, as well as several shows in Shenzhen and Xiamen China. Bryan is a regular at the Bar 109 open mic on Mondays and hosts The Aftermath Open Mic weekly. With a mix of observational comedy about being a self-proclaimed “Boujie Ass Negro” along with a dose of healthy self-reflection, his energetic personality, and unique look always brings a good time.
 
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Muk is born and raised in Hong Kong, and is well travelled living in 6 different countries. He is highly educated, holding 3 university degrees and is somehow managing to use absolutely none of them as he is now a personal trainer and stand up comedian. His comedy style is based on true life experiences, true stories where every time something good happens, misfortune prevails in extremely strange ways.
 
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JAMES is British, a lover of the pedantic and petty things in life. His comedy style is self deprecating and dry.
 
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Fran Ayala is the co-founder of Bitches in Stitches, Hong Kong’s first, all-femme stand up comedy troupe. She’s known for high-energy, in-your-face performances that give audience members an over-the-jeans feel of what it’s like to be a woman of colour in Hong Kong. Fran is exceptionally talented at using Google Slides, getting audience members to dance on stage, and saving her friends from stepping in dog poo.