HONG KONG is fast becoming a home-from-home for British footballers. True, most ply their trade at the Government Stadium, but one will be showing off his silky skills at the Godown next weekend. The name Tim Clark may not mean a whole lot to footie fans, but the lad once toyed with a career at Fulham and that's enough for us. Anyway, he's a comedian now, one of the most promising in Britain in fact, and comperes at London's popular Jongleurs clubsplural correct. Hong Kong Comedy Club promoter John Moorhead secured the services of the man described as 'brilliant' by The Guardian newspaper for the Hong Kong May 6, 7 dates, as well as two in Beijing this weekend. It wasn't easy: Clark is currently working in radio and television as well as at Jongleurs and on tour (he recently appeared with the highly successful Frank Skinner). Although the 'good seats' are said to be going fast for this Saturday's show, there are still plenty available. Tickets cost $80 if you pay in advance and make a dinner reservation, $120 if you just turn up on the night. Only those with a dinner reservation are guaranteed a ticket, but the standing room was perfectly adequate at the last Comedy Club presentation, Walter D.