KUALA LUMPUR, 5 Sept 2019:
Malaysia’s premier comedy entertainment firm LOL Asia – rebranded from LOL Events – is celebrating its 10-year anniversary with a mega show called ‘The Big LOL Show’, featuring more than a dozen comedians.
Featuring some of the best comedians in the region, this show will be in a comedy variety format – with musicals, dance, agony uncles, experiential and stand-up – utilising 10 years of experience to design a multi-sensory comedy show that promises to blow the audience away.
In statement, LOL Asia said: “We present 12 comedians that will take you on a unique journey of LOL.
“Ahmed Ahmed, Brian Tan, Joanne Kam, Jon Atherton, Kavin Jay, Keren Bala Devan, Papi Zak, Prakash Daniel, Ron Josol, Te+ek Sense (Singing Trio Sensation comprising of Sherry Alhadad, Shamaine Othman, and Farah Rani), and the Mast Millennium Dancers, along with special guest host Kumar, will join forces on stage and showcase the best comedy has to offer!”
There will be two performances at 8.30pm – on Thursday Sept 19 and Friday Sept 20 – at the HGH Convention Centre here, with ticket prices starting from RM80 at ProTicket.
A week earlier – at 8.30pm on Saturday Sept 14 – LOL Asia is staging AIIA (Artificially Intelligent Improvaholics Anonymous) Improv team to take you on a hilarious journey of spontaneity with the magic of improvisational comedy at The Platform @ Menara Ken TTDI.
Like the popular TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway, this show will blend performers ingenuity with audiences’ suggestions to form a unique show with challenging games and short sketches all executed naturally impromptu.
Performing on stage are Iedil Dzuhrie Alaudin, Shamaine Othman, Farah Rani, Ashraf Modee Zain, and Tung Jit Yang, who will be joined by special guest artistes – comedy legend Afdlin Shauki and screen darling Sharifah Amani.
Ticket prices start from RM48, also with ProTicket.
LOL Asia promised there will be multiple local show productions, international shows and exciting content projects to come – having achieved many milestones include breaking sales records with Russell Peters, 3 seasons producing comedy series Comedy Central Stand, Up Asia and bringing big international artists such as David Blaine, Gabriel Iglesias, Jeff Dunham, Eddie Izzard, Margaret Cho and most recently Kevin Hart. LOL also did national and international tours with comedy artist Kumar, Joanne Kam and Ahmed Ahmed.
Having organised more than 450 live comedy shows, nation-wide tours, multiple comedy shows, and making millions of people laugh, LOL Asia looks to reach more people than ever with creative comedy content utilizing its global network of partners.