Join us on Monday, November 18th for a special event at dB's in Utrecht: a stand-up comedy show in English performed by five comedians from around the world. Ro Campbell (Australia), Maureen Younger (United Kingdom), Soula Notos (Greece), Joe Eagan (Canada) and a surprise guest will enter the stage. The comedy night will be hosted by International Comedians, a booking agency based in mainland Europe specializing in comics who can perform in English for company events, parties and clubs.
Tickets in advance: non-student tickets (10 euros), student tickets* (6 euros)
Tickets at the door: non-student tickets (12 euros), student tickets* (8 euros)
Get your tickets at: www.dbstudio.nl
* don't forget to bring your student card
Ro Campbell (Australia) is a Scottish-based Australian and was a finalist in the 2007, 2009 and 2010 Scottish comedian of the Year competitions – winning the title on the third attempt. Campbell's award winning brand of cheeky, slightly dark humour has wowed audiences from Adelaide to Bangalore, Helsinki to Singapore and many places in between.
Maureen Younger (United Kingdom) recently performed twice at the Utrecht International Comedy Festival in Tivoli Oudegracht and Vredenburg Leeuwenbergh, but she's back in Utrecht for a show at dB's. And when she’s not performing as a comedian, she acts in movies and television series, such as the wellknown Spielberg/Hanks production Band Of Brothers.
Soula Notos (Greece) is born and raised in Holland in a Greek family. Crisis indeed! She knows it by heart. Growing up with shouting and gesturing relatives (small bodies, lots of movement), the only relief was comedy. And now, close to her well deserved pension, she loves to tell stories filled with self-mockery to as many people as possible.
Joe Eagan (Canada) currently resides near Copenhagen and runs the English comedy club there. He specializes in touring around the world and performing for international groups with his unique ‘sit-down comedy’ show about life, culture clashes, and lots of other fun things – a maple syrup mix of observational humour you don’t want to miss.