Sam See: Coming Out Loud

Comedy (stand-up, solo show)

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Sam See (MTV, Comedy Central Asia) brings his show to the Edinburgh Fringe for the first time! As a comic in a country where free speech and gay rights are non-existent, Sam See has a lot he wants to talk about. From Singaporean censorship to bad charity shows to performing in the Middle East, Sam is letting it all out. Bring money. 'Quick-witted' (Straits Times). 'Whip-smart, risqué' (Esquire Asia). 'Within seconds, he has the audience laughing, clapping and clinging onto his every word' (RiceMedia).

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Beth Philpott 8 days ago

The show was lovely and honest. Unexpectedly, this is not just a show about being gay, it's much much more.
He is clever and amusing.

Cheryl Mcnabb 13 days ago

Great show! Highly recommend.


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Chortle (3/5 stars) 8 days ago

Edgelord comedians take note. One of the biggest risk-takers on the Fringe is a small, smiley Singaporean man with a genial manner and dressed in a colourful bow-tie and waistcoat. ...

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Broadway Baby (4/5 stars) 17 days ago

It's a fact of life that any standup on the Fringe who is neither white nor straight is likely required to spend at least part of their show addressing it. Sam See – working the room in a muggy Attic, immediately gaining some audience traction by offering to lightly spray...

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