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Aaron Sequerah

Originally starting his entertainment career in the late 90s as a bass player / vocalist with the band Mnemonic (Mnemonic Groove), who achieved international exposure for their innovative style, even being quoted by U2s The Edge, Malaysian born, but Aussie bred Aaron Sequerah (stage name, "Aaron Ayjay", as pronunciation of the former is a challenge for many MCs on the comedy circuit) turned his sights to comedy and acting, having appeared on Channel [V] Asia’s “On Demand” music show, The Apprentice (UK), Liz Hurley’s The Royals, movies such as Everest and Howl" and upcoming movies such as "Now You See Me 2". It’s his personal experience with the new Star Wars production in London that inspired the title of the show How to Stay Lonely and Keep Your Star Wars Collection which played at the 2015 Edinburgh and Camden Fringes, which morphed from his original solo show concept Too Asian for Star Wars.
Keeping with his nerdism in everything Star Wars he presents 2016's "STAR WARS: A Dating Odyssey".
An infectious disease specialist by profession, Aaron, like a comedic virus "transmits" his brand of comedy mixing real-life anecdotes with shock-and-awe jokes, invoking terminal diseases, dating, misogyny, religion and atheism, his brush with marriage, faux parenting and possible racism in the Star Wars universe…and there may even be a bogus musical interlude during his set…
"Aaron Sequerah dazzles with aplomb and mouth brilliance" - TNT
“One to watch” - City Weekly


Also appearing is Phil Macleod. Demonstrating an aptitude for magic in his early teens and performing at numerous shows and festivals, he has crafted several illusions using mentalism which will be performed during the show. Phil has a long background in magic and mentalism and performed street magic at 2015’s Edinburgh and card illusions at the Camden Fringe as part of Aaron Ayjay’s “How to Stay Lonely and Keep Your Star Wars Collection” show.
An IT consultant during the day, Phil manages to bedazzle audiences with his quirky brand of humour, wit and charm whilst performing mental illusions and card trickery.

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