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Comic trio to split sides at Pontoon

Comic trio to split sides at Pontoon

The Comedy Club Cambodia returns to Pontoon this coming Monday for some March mirthness.

This fourth edition of the highly rated monthly international stand-up show will feature musical genius and sex symbol Earl Okin from England, Arizona survivor and Australian resident comic Tommy Dean and Canadian-Filipino funnyman Ron Josol.

Tickets are US$10 each with doors open at 7pm. Check out The Comedy Club Cambodia Facebook fanpage for more details.


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