“Wang is by far the strongest of the bunch…The British Malaysian comic toys with his mixed heritage before settling into his despair at the modern male” ★★★★ Stephen Armstrong, The Sunday Times

“record-breaking riffs on sex, race and Popeye…excellent jokes including some choice one-liners” ★★★★ Brian Logan, The Guardian

“glorious” ★★★★ Alice Jones, The i

11th December – Following selling out an entire month-long run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in advance of it opening, 5-dates at The Soho Theatre and 2-dates at The Leicester Square Theatre, whilst also selling out multiple regional venues with others reaching capacity in 2020, Phil Wang has added 10 shows to his biggest nationwide tour. From 3rd February to 29th April, Phil will explore morality and the modern sense of self in his stand-up show Philly Philly Wang Wang over 35-dates around the country including Salford’s Lyric Theatre, Cardiff’s St David’s Hall and Newcastle’s Tyne Theatre.

The full list of tour dates and tickets will be available on 13th Dec at 10am at

Phil has made a name for himself exploring sex, romance, politics, and his mixed British-Malaysian heritage, in shows that delight in his unique Wang brand of smart/silly stupidity.  Phil will return as a panelist alongside host Charlie Brooker on Have I Got News For You (BBC One) on 20th December, adding to numerous broadcast credits including hosting Live at the Apollo (BBC Two), Taskmaster (Dave), performing as one of only two non-US acts on The Comedy Line-Up (Netflix), QI (BBC Two), Would I Lie to You? (BBC One), 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (Ch4), The Last Leg (Ch4), Unspun With Matt Forde (Dave), Roast Battle and Drunk History (both Comedy Central) and Jack Dee’s Helpdesk (BBC Two). Phil recently used his outsider perspective to dissect the British Empire in a new BBC Radio 4 stand-up show, Wangsplaining. He has also written and starred in two series of Daphne Sounds Expensive for BBC Radio 4 with his Foster’s Newcomer Award nominated sketch trio, Daphne. Earlier this year Phil began co-hosting podcast BudPod with Phil Wang & Pierre Novellie.

An internationally acclaimed live act, Phil has performed at festivals including Montreal Just for Laughs Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the New Zealand Comedy Festival. His last critically-acclaimed live show, Kinabalu, sold out at Edinburgh Festival in 2017 and the subsequent national tour was extended through 2018 including four weeks at London’s Soho Theatre.

What the press has said about Phil Wang

“A unique and properly funny stand-up” ★★★★ Dominic Maxwell, The Times

“Perfectly intertwined personal-political belly laughs” ★★★★ Jay Richardson, The Scotsman

“a clever, droll delight” ★★★★ Sharon Lougher, Metro

“Playful but also not afraid to have a controversial opinion…Wang is very funny”★★★★ Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke

“A satisfying product of his brains, comic nous, and unique style” ★★★★ Paul Fleckney, Chortle

“Humorous self-deprecation, killer punchlines and just the right amount of risqué, he hits the target each time” ★★★★ Rowena McIntosh, The List

stunningly insightful” ★★★★★ Emily Hall, Edinburgh Festivals Magazine  

For more information and press tickets, please contact: Victoria Wedderburn at or 07557160139