- Mon, March 17, Showtime 20.00 -
Entry: Advance tickets on sale at Hofman are 10 eur (6 eur for students).
Door entry from 19.00 on March 17 is 12 eur (8 eur for students).
The entire show will be in English.
NOTE: As Cafe Hofman is undergoing renovations and is closed the week before the show, thus limiting the ability to buy cheaper advanced tickets - on March 17th, groups of three or more who say "meetup trio special" at the door pay only 10 eur each instead of 12 eur.
The show was packed and great atmosphere in feb, check out the highlight clip here :)
Here is the line-up and full info for March 17:
Join us on Saint Patrick's Day, Monday March 17, for a special Utrecht comedy event. A stand-up comedy show in English performed by four stand-up comedians from Ireland. David Duff, David Hayden, Mike McMAhon and Joe Eagan (honourary canadian/irish) will enter the stage.
Mike McMahon is an Irish comedian based in London. He is a regular on the London comedy circuit, where he has been performing for several years. One of the fastest up and coming stars on the circuit, he is a name on everyone's lips, he will be our headline act this evening.
David Duff is a musical comedian. His most well known song is "The Boy Racer Song" which has had about 200,000 hits on Youtube. He has played all over world with a host of different acts in venues both small and big. His songs are catchy and sometimes even funny.
David Hayden is currently based in Antwerp Belgium. He was shortlisted for BBC New Comedy Awards 2012 and Finalist for "Show me the funny 2011". He moved to Belgium in 2011 and started the "Cafe Manger Saturday Night Comedy " where he MCs and presents local an International acts. He has played along side some of the best comedians in Belgium, Ireland, Germany and the UK.
Joe Eagan is actually from Canada but has an Irish passport, that's why he gets to perform too this evening. after is ever popular 15 new bad jokes act in feb, he will treat us to his (in)famous powerpoint comedy show, St. Paddy's day version, including a song at the end! – a maple syrup mix of observational humour you don’t want to miss.
Guest host for evening is Soula Notos (GRE) - what wouldn't be more fitting for an all irish night than a greek host! The EU politicians in Brussels must be wondering how two of the EUs hardest hit economies can send so many comics abroad!? :)