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Win 4 Tickets to Jim Gaffigan’s “The Quality Time Tour” Comedy Show

The Comedy Club Bangkok and Live Nation BEC-TERO present JIM GAFFIGAN – ‘The Quality Time Tour’, Live in Bangkok!

Jim Gaffigan is one of the world’s highest-grossing stand-up comedians. In December 2014, he became one of only 10 comics in history to sell out Madison Square Garden and a few months prior, he had the honour of performing for Pope Francis and over one million festival attendees at the Festival of Families in Philadelphia. In 2016, Forbes magazine named Jim as one of the world’s highest-grossing comedians and streaming service Pandora announced Jim was the most popular comic on the site.

Dubbed “one of our most intelligent observational humorists”, Jim’s most recent performance film “Noble Ape” has been a smash success and follows on from last year’s hilarious Netflix special “Cinco”. The “Noble Ape” film is drawn from his sold-out performances around the world including shows in England, across Europe, China and Japan.

Come see one of world’s highest grossing, funniest and most family-friendly (ages 6+) comedians of all time with his show on 22 March 2019 at the historic Scala Theatre, Siam Square, Bangkok.

TICKETS ON SALE NOW at ComedyClubBangkok.com & ThaiTicketMajor.com ! For enquiries, please email [email protected].

BKK Kids is also excited to be giving away 4 tickets to see the show! Simply enter your details below to join the giveaway; contest closes on Sunday, 10 March 2019 at midnight. One lucky winner (for 4 tickets) will be randomly chosen and notified on Monday, 11 March 2019, via email. Tickets can be picked up at the theatre right before the show. Good luck!


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