Join us for the best Saturday night laughs and giggles on Saturday 11 November at 7:30 pm.
Looking for weekend fun? Join our Saturday Fun of laughter! We have a line-up of more stablished and and new local and international talent.
This edition featuring Ronan Brosnan: considered tall in his native land of Ireland, Ronan has taken to standup since mov-ing to Amsterdam to cope with his newfound vertical mediocrity.
On stage: Ronan Brosnan (Ireland), Richard Walker (United Kingdom), Winnie Hänschen (The Netherlands), Lara Micocky (Australia), Timmy Guiney (Ireland).
The bar is open during the whole show with drinks to enjoy while you sit back, relax and watch a diverse range of stand-ups.
- 7:00- 7:30 PM: Doors open.
- 7:30- 8:45: Comedy Show.
- 8:45-9:15 PM: Drinks for those who want to discuss the comedy or just have a chat and a drink.
Considered tall in his native land of Ireland, Ronan has taken to standup since mov-ing to Amsterdam to cope with his newfound vertical mediocrity.
I’ve been living in Amsterdam so long I thought I was Dutch but then I looked at my passport and it turns out I’m British. Sorry.
Winnie is a stand-up comedian from the Netherlands. She’s worked in theatre for over a dec-ade 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!
Lara has the charm of wind from a toddler’s behind, and a burp from its front. Living in Amsterdam, but hailing from Australia with Austrian parents, she is a bo-nafide human mongrel that has spelling and identity issues. It’s ok, she doesn’t bite, she only nibbles at your funny bone. Shell tackle mental health and anything to do with the butt – she’s a derrière connoisseur. That was hard to spell. See you on the dance floor!
Timmy Guiney has been delighting audiences across Europe with his observational and friend-ly, approachable humour. He is a master storyteller, a skill he learned from leprechauns in his native Ireland. He is a polyglot, speaking 3 languages, English, Irish and total shite. He cur-rently holds the Guinness world record for the youngest person to suffer back pain.
Jan Hendrick is not only the best comedian in the Netherlands, he is also the humblest. Jan is a man on a mission: to teach the world about philosophy, racism and the importance of buttholes. Some say he’s willing to die on the smallest hill possible, but according to him, it’s not about the size of the hill, but how you stumble on it.
Social Hub ‘T Kleverhuis, in the heart of Kleverparkbuurt.
Online ticket price: €12,50 (€ 13,99 including Eventbrite transaction costs); €15,50 at the door.