Talk Cock Comedy Feat. Sharul Channa (SG) & Azeem Banatwalla (IND) – 17 March 2016
Talk Cock Comedy is Singapore’s Original stand up comedy open mic
night, fostering the Singapore comedy stars of the future.
This time we have a double header, with both SHARUL CHANNA (SG) and AZEEM BANATWALLA (IND) taking to the stage!
Even if you don’t give a rat’s fat proverbial about comedy…where are you gonna get a cheaper drink in such a great vibe venue?
Fantastic drink deals make it an awesome value night out.
SHARUL CHANNA (SG)
A trained actor from La Salle College of the Arts, and a Communications Graduate from the University of Buffalo, Sharul is one of the most sought after talents in Singapore today. She is also Singapore’s first ever Indian female stand-up comic and a versatile event emcee.
She has also been on TV regularly for various series on Channel News Asia, commercials on AXN and also for documentaries on MediaCorp Channel 5. A brilliant comic actress, Sharul has been seen in productions like Rafta Rafta and We are Like This Only (HuM Theatre) and Rub My Antenna (Complete Communicators). As a comic, Sharul has shared the stage with some of the top comedians in the world. She was the opening act for Papa CJ (India), Irene Ang (Singapore), Raju Shrivastava (India), Jojo Smith (UK) and many others. She has performed with Reuben Paul (USA) at the MGM Macau and also headlined shows for The Comedy Club KL, Comedy Kao Kao, PJ Laugh Fest 2013, One Mic Stand, The Comedy Lounge in Perth and Sydney, amongst others.
Sharul has also performed at the Georgetown Festival in Penang 2013 and Weirdass Pajama Festival 2014, India’s largest comedy festival. She also produced and performed a sold-out two-man show in Singapore titled The Rishi and Sharul Show. In recent times, Sharul’s work has been featured in The Straits Times, The NEW Paper, The Mumbai Mirror, The Indian Express, and The Economic Times India.
– The Straits Times
AZEEM BANATWALLA (IND)
Azeem is the proverbial jack of all trades, and master of puns. An engineer-turned-writer-turned comedian, he has extensive experience writing for print and digital media, having worked with National Geographic Traveller India and The Man Magazine.
As a stand-up artist, he’s one of India’s best. Specialising in intelligent, observational English stand-up comedy, he’s popular on the Indian club circuit, with over 150 public shows in 2015. He has two stand-up specials to his name – the first, titled “Out of My System” toured across 13 cities in India,receiving much critical acclaim. His second special “Cometh the Hour” will be touring across India and Asia over 2016. He’s performed all over India and Asia, and is in demand as an artist at corporate events and college festivals.
“Effortlessly likeable” – The Hindu