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TakeOut Comedy Festival Schedule

By Promotions 15 May 2017

Summer is coming and big things are happening at the TakeOut Comedy Club! Paul Ogata returns for the 25th time, performing at two locations (Champs in Wanchai & Takeout Comedy Club in Central) from the 18th-20th and 25th-27th May. What: The 25th Return of Paul Ogata When: 18th-20th and 25th-27th May 2017 Where: Champs, 209 Wan Chai Road & TOC, Basement, 34 Elgin Street, Soho Contact: +852 6220 4436 But that's not all... We're also looking forward to the First Summer Series where top comedians do 1 hour shows, the First Asia International Comedy Festival from July 7th-8th (see schedule below) and the First TakeOut Comedy Camp for Kids running from July 17th-18th! Simply e-mail Jami with the dates and number of tickets you want to reserve and secure your seat for a hilarious night! [su_button url="" target="blank" style="flat" background="#ff9900" color="#ffffff" size="6" center="yes" radius="5"]More TOC information here![/su_button]   Last but not least: Did you know that TakeOut Comedy also do Workshops!? Check out this corporate team building workshop where you learn how to use laughter to make your speeches memorable. The feedback has only been good so far! [su_box title="Here are some comments!" box_color="#faad54" title_color="#000000" radius="2"]“I attended Jami’s stand-up comedy workshop to help me add more humor into my presentations. I’m a trainer and public speaker by profession and his tips were practical and effective. I used them the very next morning in one of my speeches. I engaged the audience immediately and had them laughing about an otherwise dry topic. Afterwards, I received many compliments about how fun my talk was. I recommend the workshop for anyone who needs to liven up their presentation skills. Thanks, Jami!” Bernice Lee (Director, The Etiquette & Leadership Institute, “Comedy teaches you to think on your feet because you are being judged by the entire audience. And it helps you get people on your side – you make sure they are laughing with you, not at you. The more standup comedy shows you do, the better you get at reading the audience. This is an important skill when you are making a presentation as a banker or delivering a difficult message as a consultant” Ben Quinlan (CEO, Quinlan & Associates & Multi-Finalist of Annual HK International Comedy Competition) “An AWESOME way to ignite your communications skills to the next level!….How can comedy advance your career, increase your salary and ignite your love life? Attend the Standup Comedy workshop and learn from Jami Gong!” Perry Lam (TEDx HK Coach, Executive Excellence Coach and Founder Lam Institute,[/su_box]  

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