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Australian comedy powerhouse Ro Campbell returns once again for his latest stand up tour of the Kingdom. He will headline Comedy in Cambodia's shows on Thursday 7 December at 3 Mangos (#28 St 360) and Friday 8 December at Box Office (#76 St 244), with England's Graham Wooding supporting along with other stars of the PP scene.
Tickets are available for $7 each, or $5 if you book before the day of the show via email to [email protected]. Doors are at 7:30pm, show starts at 8:30pm.
The night is made possible thanks to our amazing sponsors - Bruntys Cider, 3 Mangos Guesthouse, Giant Ibis buses, and Buffalo Sister sandwich shop!
UK-based Aussie Ro Campbell’s relentlessly entertaining and award-winning brand of cheeky, slightly dark humour has wowed audiences everywhere from Adelaide to Bangalore, Helsinki to Singapore and many places in between.
He has performed at the last 10 Edinburgh Fringe festival’s and made The Scotsman’s pick of Best Jokes of The Fringe in 2009. In 2010, he was crowned Scottish Comedian Of The Year (slighty controversial being Australian and all).
He has also written for British TV and radio, and featured regularly on BBC Radio Scotland, and Kevin Bridges & Friends Live at The Stand. And he has performed at the NZ Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Perth Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, all over Europe, toured the Middle East twice, Southeast Asia numerous times, two short runs in India, 4 gruelling tours of outback mine sites in Western Australia, played to captive audiences in several Maximum Security Prisons and supported Live At The Apollo star Tom Stade on dates of his UK Theatre tours and Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner Russell Kane on a number of his 2010 and 2011 tour dates. He also recently opened for Kevin Bridges in Australia.
From 2013 to 2015 Ro co-produced 5 Star hit show Comedian Rap Battle at the Edinburgh Fringe with Glaswegian YouTube star The Wee Man. ‘ ***** – The most exciting late-night format since Set List’ – Bernard O’Leary, The Skinny
Countries performed in professionally:
UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Latvia, Estonia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Romania, Spain, Malta, Switzerland, Bahrain, Qatar, Dubai, Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, India, Indonesia, Seychelles.
What the press have to say:
‘Campbell is the hidden gem of the Fringe … mixes all of his worldy experiences together into one hour of pure hilarity’ **** RipItUp.com.au, Adelaide Fringe 2015
“His laugh-per-minute ratio is one of the highest I have seen this festival… and he makes it look effortless! Because Ro Campbell is really bloody funny” – NZ Theatrereview, NZ Comedy Fest 2013
“Great Stand Up and exceptional storyteller” The Skinny, Edinburgh 2011
” Proper emphasis on punchlines, while still telling a tale…and given extra lift by the professional performance.” Steve Bennett, Chortle.co.uk”
“Mad and bad, peddling savage lines – **** Three Weeks, Edinburgh
Having won a comedy talent competition on his eleventh gig, Londoner Graham Wooding knew his love of stand up would stay with him forever.
With five years on the UK circuit and five Edinburgh Fringe festivals behind him, he took to the skies to travel the world. Touring with groups and performing on his own, his charm and observational wit took to the audiences delight.
Graham performed on British TV shows including Paramount Comedy Channel and Nuts TV and has written material for high and low-level comedians.
After a five-year break, Graham found himself in Asia, helping to kick start the Bangkok comedy scene, before jetting off once again to perform in Malaysia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Hong Kong and Poland.
Cameo roles in Hollywood movies such as The Railwayman and many TVC acting roles continue to place Graham at the forefront of entertainment in whatever nation he finds himself.
Oh, and he likes tea.