November’s English Comedy Club is coming! Did you miss October’s show? Did you miss former YLE news anchor Kimmo Wilska surprise the audience and perform stand-up!? Did you miss the side splitting laughter?!?
Well don’t miss November’s surprises as we’ve got another incredible show lined up for you, with headliner Martin Lagos…
WHAT: English Comedy Club
WHEN: Thursday November 11, 2010 @ 8pm
WHERE: Manala / Botta (3rd Floor) in Helsinki
COST: Still just 10e! (8e students) | Tickets from door, cash only please
HEADLINER: Martin Lagos (SWE/Chile)
Martin Lagos is a quick-witted, fearless and charming comedy. With a father from Chile and a mother from Sweden, Martin Lagos is bilingual and can speak English, Spanish and Stockholmian. He jokes about everything and everyone but the best he jokes about himself. A great social observer who uses his multicultural upbringing to bring a unique perspective to the world… in an absolutely hilarious way.
Martin has appeared at Norra Brunn and Sthlm Live, the biggest stand up clubs in Sweden and has appeared on TV in “Comedy Fight Club”. In spring 2010, he went on tour with the international award-winning comedian Al Pitcher.
Zoë Chandler (UK) | www.zoechandler.com
Zoë Chandler left the rain and warm beer of England in pursuit of her dreams… but soon gave up and settled in Finland. Her mixture of sharp observations and absurd notions brings out the unseen paradoxes of everyday life. Zoë finds that wearing three belts makes her look at least ten years younger.
Ulla Virtanen (FIN) | www.ullavirtanen.com
Ulla Virtanen is a classically trained actress who currently stars in the role of a children’s mascot cat on the local booze cruise lines. She is very afraid of children, elderly women and mascot cats. Ulla sure can list NYC and LA as her past hometowns but she was Riihimäki, a town of 25 000 people that used to have the tallest flagpole in Europe.
Phil Schwarzmann (USA) | www.philschwarzmann.com
Phil Schwarzmann is not quick-witted, fearless nor charming. Neither of his parents are from Chile or Sweden. Phil Schwarzmann barely speaks English, and something called “Baltimorese”. Everyone makes fun of him. He’s not a great social observer and uses his narrow-mindeded ness to bring a bland perspective to Helsinki. It’s fucking hilarious.
HOST: Louis Zezeran (AUS) | www.zezeran.com
Your host for the evening is Australian comedian Louis Zezeran. He coined the phrases: “What’s up, matey?” and “Time is money, matey” and “Crikey! Who farted?” and “Put another shrimp on Barbie, matey.” He thinks whomever writes these bios is a dick.
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