Join us on Saturday 19 November at Mama Gaia Haarlem for our special performance MAMA COMEDY: a delicious international comedy night at one of Haarlem’s trendiest and most sustainable spots. Next to Haarlem CS, so easy to reach from Haarlem and surroundings.
Our headliner Rogier Kahlmann will be supported by a line up featuring MC Lőrinc Réti (Eastern Europe), Maeva Dolle (France & The Netherlands), Frank Buytendijk (The Netherlands).
So to all you expats, internationals and the Dutchies that like international comedy and to laugh out loud: get those tickets because this is going to be a blast!
Tickets cost €12 euros online (€ 13,78 including Eventbrite transaction costs) or €15 at the door .
- 7:30- 8:00 PM: Doors open. We are open from 7:00 for drinks at the bar beforehand.
- 8:00-9: 15 PM: Comedy Show.
- 9:30-10:30 PM: Drinks for those who want to discuss the comedy or just have a chat and a drink.
Rogier Kahlmann is the creator and host of Comedy Café’s ‘Trigger Warning Tuesday’, a politically incorrect comedyshow where he likes to do all kinds of offensive jokes at the expense of all kinds of people. And because he has this unique ability to offend basically anyone he considers himself to be quite inclusive.
Emma Dalenberg approaches her sets with good vibes and a genuine love to connect with her audience. Originally from Minneapolis Minnesota, she has performed all around the United States, shared the stage with Michael Che and Dave Attell, was recently voted Racket MN’s 2022 Comic to Watch, and produced the viciously funny Underground Roast Battle. Now temporarily based in Cologne Germany, Emma is taking her goofy semi sober energy to whichever stage in the world she stands upon.
Meet Maeva. A French & Dutch yet English-speaking comedian. Her comedy has been de-scribed as “foul mouthed” to “really nice”. Now that’s range. When not on stage, you can find her consuming copious amounts of cheese and engaging in self-debate on which cheese is the snobbiest.
Maeva has been performing comedy throughout the Netherlands as well as in London and Paris.
Winnie is a stand-up comedian from the Netherlands. She’s worked in theatre for over a decade as a playwright and performer, and has a solo under her belt. She performs and writes in Dutch and English, used the many lockdowns to write a book and has a comedy podcast in the making, but very happy to get back out on stage now we can!
In case you were wondering, clinical depression and sexiness aren’t mutually exclusive. As a queer comedian from Eastern Europe, Lőrinc at least has his handsomeness working in his favor.
He looks so nice, but beware, he strikes out of nowhere. He is particularly hard on himself. Where most guys in their fifties climb on a motorcycle, Frank found a standup stage to climb on, to share his own vision on life. It doesn’t matter where, it can be New York, Tokyo, Dinxperlo or Haarlem! In the daytime he is a futurist, in the evenings in the spotlights he seeks his themes closer to home. But, in the end, does he understand how the modern world works, or doesn’t he?
Mama Gaia is the new plant-based restaurant in Haarlem that serves dishes inspired by the flavors of mother nature. At Mama Gaia they want to show you how good it is to eat plant-based, and thus take good care of yourself and your environment.
Mama Gaia is located in the sustainable impact hub Oceans, where they want to create a wave of impact together with their tenants and visitors. The comedy will be a new inspiring event to bring the comedy world closer to sustainability. Sustainability, Awareness, Humanity and a Laugh can make the world better.