Comedy in Cambodia, the Kingdom’s only live comedy promotion, tonight presents the acclaimed Scottish stand-up Phil Kay who will headline the “Celtic Comedy Legends” show at Box Office in Phnom Penh, supported by top-rated Irish comic Aidan Killian.
Kay won the award for Best Stand-Up at the British Comedy Awards in 1994 and will perform his 29th Edinburgh Fringe show this year. He lists his recent exploits as having “oiled my bike with pig fat, nicked the cigarette from behind the ear of a sleeping man, did a fart on an escalator, made fun of Stephen Hawkins, made my own cotton buds, and refilled a mini-bar with water and tea”.
Killian, meanwhile, has been busy establishing himself as one of the premium comedy promoters in the region, having organised Asian tours for superstars Bill Bailey and Doug Stanhope as well as the Magners International Comedy Festival in recent months.
The Celtic Comedy Legends show is slated to start at 8pm at The Box Office, with doors opening at 7pm tonight. Advance tickets are $10 and $8 (for Upper Deck and Lower Deck seats, respectively) or $15 and $12 at the door. Email [email protected] for more details, or check out their Facebook page.