Hong Kong may not be known globally for comedy, but it hosts a wealth of shows every week - many of which will not set you back a dollar to enjoy. Not even a Hong Kong Dollar: not joke! Every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday Hong Kong's funniest are out on the local mic scene breaking in new material on stages across town. Catch the newest ideas from both seasoned performers and newbies alike. Mondays - 8:30-10:30pm Bar 109 - 109 Lockhard Road, Wan
Are you a performance pilgrim looking to jump up on stage at every opportunity. Hong Kong's got 4 weekly open mic nights welcome to new comers. Monday - Bar 109 109 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai Time: 8:30-10:30pm Signup: Come and signup to perform on site. No limit to the number of performers. Signup on the whiteboard & have some fun. Entry: Free entry for friends & audience members. All performers get a free beer. Performance Length:...
Phil Wang is a British comedian, winning the 2010 Chortle Student Comedian of the Year Award and Comedy Central's Funniest Student Award in 2011. He joins the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow in Hong Kong July 18-24 at the Hong Kong Fringe Club. Comedy HK caught up with Phil ahead of his Hong Kong return. What's the worst you've ever bombed on stage? At an agricultural college in universities. Farmers in training basically. Very sk
Mel Buttle's an Australian comedian and winner of the 2013 Directors Choice Award at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival for her solo show 'How Embarrassment'. She joins the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow in Hong Kong July 18-24 at the Hong Kong Fringe Club. Comedy HK caught up with Mel ahead of her week of shows. What's the worst you've ever bombed on stage? I did a gig in Brooklyn, New York and the audience couldn’t und