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LAUGH OUT LOUD: Freelance filmmaker Aravind SA (above), Kenny Sebastian and Aditi Mittal take centre stage at the Laugh OK Please comedy festival at School of the Arts with their inimitable brand of Indian humour.

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LAUGH OUT LOUD: Freelance filmmaker Aravind SA, Kenny Sebastian (above) and Aditi Mittal take centre stage at the Laugh OK Please comedy festival at School of the Arts with their inimitable brand of Indian humour.

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LAUGH OUT LOUD: Freelance filmmaker Aravind SA, Kenny Sebastian and Aditi Mittal (above) take centre stage at the Laugh OK Please comedy festival at School of the Arts with their inimitable brand of Indian humour.

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MAESTRO'S CELEBRATION: To celebrate the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra as well as maestro Zubin Mehta's 80th birthday, arts lovers will be treated to classical masterpieces from Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and Ravel.

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EVERGREEN CROONER: Taiwanese balladeer Fei Yu Qing returns to Singapore to usher in the new year with another solo concert.

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RICH ORCHARD ROAD PICKINGS: Drummer Brandon Khoo and a cappella group ICapplla are two acts that will perform at the HAG Space during Orchard Road's edestrian Night this weekend.

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Jan 1, 2016 5:50 AM

STAND-UP WITH EXTRA SPICE

STAND-UP COMEDY

Laugh OK Please

START the new year in the best possible way - with a couple of big laughs.

To help you get into that mood is Laugh OK Please, a stand-up comedy festival

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