Double Saturday Fun Comedy this March in Haarlem

Double Saturday Fun Comedy this March in Haarlem

Get a double dose of laughs this Saturday 19 March at the English spoken comedy nights: Haarlem Comedy Factory Saturday Fun. Get your tickets online with discount.

If you joined us for the comedy night in February, you’ll know what a fun evening it can be. Just look at the joy in the audience’s faces in the photo album of our last show, which were taken 3 weeks ago.


If you missed out on getting a ticket for the sold-out February event, then you are in luck as we have not one, but two English spoken comedy evenings planned in March. Grab your tickets early before they sell out too!


Hands up: who’s in for a double helping of laughs in March?

Join us for the best Saturday night laughs and giggles! Six talented comedians will take to the stage to offer you a night full of laughs.

Online ticket price: €11,00 (€ 12,73 inclusive Eventbrite transaction costs); €15 at the door.



  • 7:30- 8:00 PM: Doors open. We are open from 20:00 for drinks at the bar beforehand. The Comedy Bar will also be open during the break and after the comedy.
  • 8-9:00 PM: Comedy Show.
  • 9:00-9:30 PM: Drinks for those who want to discuss the comedy or just have a chat and a drink.



Tim Hill

Tim Hill is a recovering cynic. A backpacker who settled down to become a dad. A sweet guy with a sting in his tail. But above all, a smartass who loves referring to himself in the third person (he really does). Tim does not approve of people calling him a hipster – mean-ing he probably is one – and sees the world as a meaningless yet endlessly fascinating place. Tim is cheap, clean and sustainable and is therefore considered by many to be a viable alter-native to fossil fuels. Tim is co-founder of The Comedy Embassy, as well as writer and co-creator of sketch channel Infinite Monkey Theory, which has amassed literally tens of fol-lowers.

Nira Tal

Nira is a comedian originally from Israel. She’s in her 40s married to a Dutchman and mothering a teenage daughter. As part of her midlife crisis, she turned to comedy and discovered that mediocrity is also an art form. ‘Nira’s way of viewing the world is simultaneously relatable and hilariously baf-fling.’ – Steven Morgan

Lupe Estrada

Originally from the San Francisco and Los Angeles comedy scenes, Lupe is known for stringing together silly dark one liners that tell a much sillier darker story, usually with a drink in hand.

Alina Sharipova

Alina Sharipova is a Russian-Belgian comedian. Her friends often compare her to herpes, be-cause she never really goes away. She says her dream job would be designing fortune cookies, but in the meantime stand-up comedy will just have to do!

Socrates Inglessis

Socrates Inglessis, born in southern New Jersey in the US of A back in the ’60’s man! Since 2009 Socrates has been a born-again Dutchman living in Amsterdam and loving it daily. He says dumb stuff on stage, and some if it may seem funny to some people, some of the times. Those are the ‘jokes’, the rest is just filler. This bio is pure filler and does not represent any of Socrates’ ‘jokes’.

Fakhry Faisal

Sudanese comedian from all over the world , so in short full time immigrant. Doing jokes mainly coming from real life painful experience and cultural differences and life style back in his home country and the first world country!! In completely different perspective.



The Comedy’s venue is the monumental building Badhuis/Bathhouse.

The Badhuis was built in 1903 to a design by the architect S. Roog. This second public bath in Haarlem served as a bathhouse for the citizens of the Leidsebuurt, a working-class neighborhood that developed from 1876 on the western edge of Haarlem. It served until 1979. The Badhuis will now be turned over in a cozy comedy spot.