Comedy Masala @ CATO ft. Keren Bala Devan | Malaysia's Next Generation Comedian
UPDATE: TUES 13 SEPT
Walk-in tickets will be avail at the door from 7.30pm onwards
$10 Students (18+, with valid student ID)
WELCOME TO THE COMEDY UNDERGROUND.
Comedy Masala @ CATO
KEREN BALA DEVAN (MY) - Malaysia's next generation comedian
Who is Keren?
Keren Bala Devan is a stand up comedian who loves to share his unique views about everything wrong with modern culture. Usually by complaining. A lot. His specific brand of comedy stems from years of observing how ridiculous things that are part of everyday life have come to be. From strange modern cultural habits to the annoying behaviour of the general populace, he always find something to say and rant about. Some of the things that rub him the wrong way are:
The General Population
He is now one of the new producers for One Mic Stand, Malaysia’s premiere comedy open-mic venue and can be seen frequently performing there and at The Crackhouse Comedy Club in Kuala Lumpur.
A limited number of STANDING TICKETS will be available at the door from 7.30pm onwards
Students: $10 (18+, with valid ID)
-Comedy Cocktails: $12
-Guinness: 2 pints: $25
-Student Promo: $12 housepours all night
DINNER MENU -
Korean Fried Chicken, Grilled Chicken Skewers, Garlic Fries, Wings, Fish & Chips, Mac & Cheese, Tempura Prawns, Fried Tofu, Prawn & Spinach Wantons, Crispy Squid
- The event description was updated. Diff 2016-09-13 10:55:44
8:30 PM - 10:30 PM SGT
- CATO, 237 South Bridge Road
LIMITED EARLY BIRD :: 4pax - Cocktail Table: $13 SOLD OUT $52.00 LIMITED EARLY BIRD :: 5pax - Couch: $13 SOLD OUT $65.00 1pax - Single Stool (SEATED): $18 SOLD OUT $18.00 1pax - Single STANDING ticket (no seat, only standing!) SOLD OUT $15.00 3pax - Couch: $15 SOLD OUT $45.00 4pax - Cocktail Table: $15 SOLD OUT $60.00 5pax - Couch: $15 SOLD OUT $75.00
- Venue Address
- 237 South Bridge Road, Singapore 058786 Singapore
7min walk from Chinatown MRT & 10min walk from Telok Ayer MRT. CATO is located on the first & second floor within the heritage OCBC Bank building on 237 South Bridge Road (right across Chinatown). Located right across the Sri Mariamman Temple.