BANGKOK — Binge on five days of laughs starting Thursday when stand-up comedians from around the world take over a Khaosan Road bar.
Twelve comedians from different parts of the world will gather at the Bangkok Comedy Fringe to put smiles on faces with a couple of shows daily through Monday.
Irish rogues Aiden Killain and Andrew Gilmore will join forces as the Dirty Rotten Irish Scoundrels from 7pm to 8:30pm, Thursday through Monday. From 9pm to 10pm, catch the Best of Bangkok show featuring 2016 Canadian Comedy Award-winner Brian Aylward and Jonathan Samson, who’s billed as the godfather of stand-up in Thailand.
On Saturday and Sunday, comedians from Thailand, Ireland, Canada, Scotland, Philippines, the United Kingdom and United States will take the stage starting at 3pm.
Tickets for the Best of Bangkok show are 100 baht and can be purchased at the door. All other shows are free. Visit Bangkok Fringe for more information.
The event starts Thursday and runs through Monday at the Khaosan Comedy Club in the 999 West Bar on Khaosan Road.