Live House Comedy: United Nations of Comedy will be organized at Live House Kuala Lumpur on 23rd - 24th September 2016 (Friday - Saturday).
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In difficult times, in a country divided, Live House brings you the United Nations of Comedy. A show which celebrates the rich diversity of comics in Malaysia. Featuring the best expat-comedians in Kuala Lumpur, as well as local comedienne Luwita and hosted by Singaporean Sam See, United Nations of Comedy promises to bring the love and the laughter back to Kuala Lumpur.
Date: 23 & 24 September
Venue: Live House KL
JUSTIN HEYES – United Kingdom
Arguably one of the UK's most loveable exports, Justin's honest reflections of his own experiences never fail to entertain a diverse array of audiences. Justin got his start in comedy, writing for other UK comedians at just 16 years of age.
Taking to the stage himself during his university years, he racked up an impressive number of shows across the country before moving to Malaysia in 2012.
A crowd favourite, Justin has headlined a number of shows across Kuala Lumpur, while branching out to entertain audiences in Penang, Singapore, Cambodia and Myanmar.
Justin has opened for international stars such as Marcel Lucont, Dana Alexander, David Smiedt, Paul Myrehaug, Tom Rhodes, Glen Wool, Ed Byrne, Dara O Briain and Gina Yashere. "He has a penchant for bursting Malaysian rooms with laughter" That Time Of Night on BFM89.9
"Spontaneous and energetic, Justin gives off the sense that he is ready to fly off on a tangent at any moment... And when he does it is comedy gold." TimeOut KL Comedy Thursday
Sam See – Singapore (Host)
Based in Singapore, Sam See is part of the new wave of stand-up comedy in the region, bringing his own style and youthful charm to audiences regionally. He has performed in numerous comedy festivals in Asia. In 2014, he made it to the finals of the Hong Kong International Comedy Competition, which lead him to performing at the MGM Macau with 2012 America's Got Talent's First Runner-Up Tom Cotter.
Luwita Hana Randhawa – Malaysia
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 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 – Australia
Dan has travelled all the way from Australia to try and add some sunshine to your otherwise pathetic lives. Now based in Kuala Lumpur, Dan has performed in several countries including Japan, Singapore, Philippines, Australia and Malaysia. His frequent travel gives him a steady stream of misadventures he can share with audiences. In Kuala Lumpur he has performed at Time Out Comedy KL, Live House, and a few other hotspots.
Dash - Pakistan
Originally from Pakistan, Dash has been living in Malaysia in recent years. He did his first open mic comedy show at the Time Out KL Comedy Thursday. Since then he has appeared at numerous comedy venues across Malaysia including Live House. A man of many talents, Dash is involved in a wide range of entertainment including stand-up comedy, film, photography and television commercials.
Sreeram Trikkur - India
A walking stereotype from India, Sreeram is an IT engineer by day and comedian by night.
Since starting his comedy last year, Sreeram considers himself a Malaysian comic and has performed in Malaysia and in Singapore. In 2016 he performed as part of a major International Comedy Festival here in Kuala Lumpur.
Kinjo - Japan
Kinjo 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.