We’re not sure what the stereotypical image is of Luxembourg. EU-court personnel, tax haven… ehm, small? Anyway, there be comedy in them there hills! The city is spelled ‘bourg’, the country ‘burg’, so that’s enough confusion already for the Luxembourg Comedy people to have a comedic shot at. Also, there’s of course a heap of…
The UICF might be the most fun comedy festival on the European continent and we’re doing showcases there! Yesterday we had a rehearsal at Nutty Anita’s Comedy Night in Amsterdam, with Dharmander Singh, Neil Numb, Kristyna Haklova, Steve Foreman, Karsten Blomvik, Chris Doering and Luca Ravenna.
We’ll be officially unveiling StandUpEurope.org at the Utrecht International Comedy Festival on 8 and 9 March 2019. We’ll be showcasing some of the most fun comedians living and performing around the continent.
Wow, we think Dharmander Singh and Neil Numb may have found the magic formula at their Cosmic Comedy Club in Berlin. That’s a powerful combo, any night of the week. StandUpEurope is very happy to have them on board!
Ultravox once sang: ‘Vienna, it means nothing to me.’ Well, it certainly means something to us. Regi Bärris, Jack Holmes and Othello Dunkley of Vienna Chuckles make the whole city giggle -and let’s be honest, keeping Austrians happy is always a good idea. We’re very happy to have them on board!
Is there laughter in Moscow? Yes there is. English Comedy Moscow is joining StandUpEurope.org and hopefully you’ll get to see these guys in action in a city near you as well. Do drop in if you’re in Moscow.
We’re still taking the site for a testdrive, but StandUpEurope is up and running!
We are happy to have been joined by Woodeneye Productions, ran by the lovely and very funny Carly Baker. She runs two awesome monthly shows at respectively, The Muziekhuis in Leiden and Club Ciccionina in Delft. Both are student cities with a warm crowd for English stand-up and very much worth the visit. And hug…