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Sponsored by Fuzzy Logic Brewing Co.

 

Join Seven Million Bikes & WAM Saigon for a night of riotous, rollocking comedy at Thao Dien’s coolest venue from Saigon’s top local and international comics!

 

The best sunset view in Saigon over Landmark 81.

 

Tickets;
150k VND Entry Only (
200K VND, Entry includes a Fuzzy Logic Brewing Co. craft beer or Hard Lemonade!

 

Four of Saigon’s funniest comics will be tickling your comedy tastebuds!

 

Hosted by AJ Miller (USA)

 

AJ Miller is a straight outta Jersey girl, stoner, snow bunny from Colorado currently conducting field R&D for her inevitable Pulitzer Prize Winning auto-biography, Lighten the Fuck Up: A Very Brief Guide to the Numerous Benefits of Underachievement. She’ll be sharing chapters and conducting auditions for future participatory roles.

 

Ankita Ghosh
Like many things in her life, Ankita is a work in progress comic. She hails from kolkata, India, where she learned to ask uncomfortable questions about everything. At her day job in advertising she tries to sell stuff, and as a comic at nights she tries to hurl insults at those who buy, but in a funny way. Or not. You’ll find out 😉

 

Kirk Ramsden (UK)
Descending from the foggy hills of West Yorkshire. He grew up on a farm and often wore Wellingtons. Especially when it wasn’t raining.

 

Niall Mackay (SCO)
Inspired by his comedic hero, Billy Connolly, Niall performs regularly in Vietnam, hosting comedy shows and performing across Saigon. He also hosts the popular English-language podcast, A Vietnam Podcast.
He’ll make you laugh at being a Scotsman abroad, life in Vietnam and anything else in between.

 

“Niall wins his audiences over with a charming presence and funny jokes and songs! He has a hilarious point of view as an expat and world traveler!” – JK Hobson

Craig Craw (SCO)
Craig Craw has been performing comedy for nearly 4 years, performing regularly in Thailand, now Vietnam and his native Scotland. Before moving to Saigon, he won the Hanoi leg of the 2020 Vietnam comedy competition with his deadpan and self-deprecating one-liners and witty observations of the world and it’s sub-cultures.

 

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