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WEDNESDAY 21st of February 2018

THURSDAY 22nd of February 2018

FRIDAY 23rd of February 2018

SATURDAY 24th of February 2018

SUNDAY 25th of February 2018   

The Romanians Are Coming este o seară de stand-up comedy românesc, la un club de comedie londonez cu comedianți români stabiliți în Londra.

Haideți să-i învățăm pe englezi cum se face haz de necaz.
Haideți să-i învățăm pe englezi cum se face haz de necaz. Cei 8 protagoniști din Februarie sunt: Radu Isac, Dragos Mostenescu, Cata Dum, Doru Mihailescu, Dan Marin, Claudiu Ene si Victor Patrascan.

Biletele se pot cumpara on-line (10GBP) sau de la intrare (15GBP).

Atenție!!! Intrarea în sala de spectacol se face doar până la ora 17:00.

LA 17:00 PE 3 FEBRUARIE 2019
LA BACKYARD COMEDY CLUB
231 CAMBRIDGE HEATH RD. LONDRA E2 0EL

The Eastern European Comedy Festival presents English Speaking Comedy Borsch – the series of shows where some of the biggest acts from Eastern European countries translate their jokes for the rest of the world to enjoy.

with

Dickie Richards (Poland)
Writer of the Shortest Joke in the World
Polish Cockney and one time member of The Greatest Show on Legs
Member of The Oddbods

Narin Oz (Cyprus)
“21st Century Andy Kaufman” – Broadway Baby

Victor Patrascan (Romania)
“he’ll quit comedy next year, you should see him now” – Radu Isac
“insightful, deadpan and utterly charming” – Sindhu Vee

Romina Puma (Italy)
“One to watch” – Funny Women 2016″
“Personal, funny and frank” – Kate Copstick

Vladislav Ilich (Macedonia)
Macedonia’s tallest comedian

Tomislav Kozacinski (Croatia)
Recently moved to London after a 12 year long career in Croatia where he is known as “the Goat”

MC: Steve Hili (Malta)
‘The energy of a dog that needs to be taken out’ – VICE

*We know that some of these countries aren’t considered Eastern European. This is actually one of the reasons we are doing these shows. It wouldn’t be the first time comedy changed the world.

Testing the limits of free speech has always been an immature endeavor. Sadly, Radu Isac is also a very immature comedian. If you enjoy taking comedy seriously you probably won’t enjoy this show.
*none of the victims feelings were considered during the writing of the show.

£5 to reserve a seat.

AT 18:45 ON THE 10th OF January 2019
AT THE BILL MURRAY
39 Queen’s Head St. London N1 8NQ

The Eastern European Comedy Festival presents English Speaking Comedy Borsch – the series of shows where some of the biggest acts from Eastern European countries translate their jokes for the rest of the world to enjoy.

with

Dimitri Bakanov (Russia)
Leicester Square New Act of the Year 2014 – Finalist
Laughing Horse New Act of the Yea 2015 – Finalist

Maggie Kowalski (Poland)
NATYS Top of the Bill 2018 – Runner Up
“A fresh sideways perspective”-Bruce Dessau, Beyond the Joke

Saban Kazim (Turkey / Cyprus)
“Saban Kazim seems the least well prepared, but his anecdotes about his Turkish family, delivered with a constant grin, are gently amusing.” – The Skinny

Martin Durchov (Bulgaria)
So You Think You’re Funny 2018 – Finalist
Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2018 – Finalist

Luca Cupani (Italy)
So you think you’re Funny 2015 – Winner

Mia Zuanic (Croatia)
”Mia Zuanic is a ridiculous woman” – Eshaan Akbar

MC Radu Isac (Romania)
BBC World Service – “What Makes the World Laugh” 2016
BBC Radio 4 – “Fresh From the Fringe” 2017
BBC World Service – “The Arts Hour” 2017

*We know that some of these countries aren’t considered Eastern European. This is actually one of the reasons we are doing these shows. It wouldn’t be the first time comedy changed the world.

The Eastern European Comedy Festival presents English Speaking Comedy Borsch – the series of shows where some of the biggest acts from Eastern European countries translate their jokes for the rest of the world to enjoy.

with

Micky Overman (Netherlands)
Funny Women 2016 – Finalist
Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2016 – Finalist
Max Turner Prize 2016 – Winner

Vitaly Filipskiy (Russia)
London Comedy Store King Gong – Winner
Manchester Comedy Store King Gong – Winner

Philipp Carl Kostelecky (Slovenia)
Silver SRA Kevin Greening Award for Creativity 2017 – Winner
“impressions and accents were pitch perfect, like those performed by a young Jim Carrey” – The Founder

Valerio Sarà (Italy)
“One of the funniest and most surreal acts we have had here” – The Secret Comedy Club, Brighton
“Brilliant, surreal and hilarious” – Comedy Cafe

Alice Frick (Austria)
“Exuberant … perfectly pitched…” – Three Weeks
Laughing Labia – Host

Victor Patrascan (Romania)
“he’ll quit comedy next year, you should see him now” – Radu Isac
“insightful, deadpan and utterly charming” – Sindhu Vee

MC: Steve Hili (Malta)
‘The energy of a dog that needs to be taken out’ – VICE

*We know that some of these countries aren’t considered Eastern European. This is actually one of the reasons we are doing these shows. It wouldn’t be the first time comedy changed the world.

The Eastern European Comedy Festival presents English Speaking Comedy Borsch – the series of shows where some of the biggest acts from Eastern European countries translate their jokes for the rest of the world to enjoy.

Gatis Kandis (Latvia)
Britain’s Got Talent 2012 – Semi Finalist
“You’re hysterical. I love you!” – Alesha Dixon
“It’s so terrible it’s fantastic” – Simon Cowell

Mike Topolski (Poland)
Stand Up Polska London regular MC

Arielle Souma (France)
“She is just what the comedy industry need; and should be forced upon every audience until they buckle under her spell” – Franky Boyle

Fran Kissling (Switzerland)
“To say that Fran Kissling’s stand up is unique is like saying the Pope is a tiny bit Catholic” – Stella Wright
Quantum Leopard Comedy Competition 2018 – Winner

Vash Pernicar (Czech Republic)
“Quirky and funny stories from an outsider looking in”
“I loved his humour” -PJ Promoter Suffolk Punch Comedy Club

Milo Edwards (England via Russia)
StandUp – TNT 2017
“Fantastic … had me in hysterics” – The Cambridge Student

MC Radu Isac (Romania)
BBC World Service – “What Makes the World Laugh” 2016
BBC Radio 4 – “Fresh From the Fringe” 2017
BBC World Service – “The Arts Hour” 2017

*We know that some of these countries aren’t considered Eastern European. This is actually one of the reasons we are doing these shows. It wouldn’t be the first time comedy changed the world.

The Eastern European Comedy Festival presents English Speaking Comedy Borsch – the series of shows where some of the biggest acts from Eastern European countries translate their jokes for the rest of the world to enjoy.

Alex Martini (Italy)
“Alex Martini is best thing to come out of Italy since pasta. A very funny man, highly recommended.” – Mark Dolan, Balls Of Steel, C4

Maggie Kowalski (Poland)
NATYS Top of the Bill 2018 – Runner Up
“A fresh sideways perspective”-Bruce Dessau, Beyond the Joke

Tibor Szilágyi (Hungary)
Tibor is a simple guy from Hungary

Hubert Mayr (Austria)
Comedy Virgins Summer competition 2018 – 3rd place
Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2018 – Finalist

Hassan Dervish (Cyprus/Turkey)
Comedy Virgins Max Turner Prize 2017 – finalist
(London X 4 – Seasonal Short Film Festival 2017 Runner Up

Victor Patrascan (Romania)
“he’ll quit comedy next year, you should see him now” – Radu Isac
“insightful, deadpan and utterly charming” – Sindhu Vee

MC Radu Isac (Romania)
BBC World Service – “What Makes the World Laugh” 2016
BBC Radio 4 – “Fresh From the Fringe” 2017
BBC World Service – “The Arts Hour” 2017

*We know that some of these countries aren’t considered Eastern European. This is actually one of the reasons we are doing these shows. It wouldn’t be the first time comedy changed the world.

The Romanians Are Coming este o seară de stand-up comedy românesc, la un club de comedie londonez cu comedianți români stabiliți în Londra.

Haideți să-i învățăm pe englezi cum se face haz de necaz. Cei șașe protagoniști din Octombrie sunt: Dragoș Moștenescu, Radu Isac, Dan Marin, Victor Patrascan, Claudiu Constantin și Rareș Hasmasan.

Biletele se pot cumpara on-line (10GBP) sau de la intrare (15GBP).

Atenție!!! Intrarea în sala de spectacol se face doar până la ora 17:00.

la 17:00 pe 7 OCTOMBRIE 2018
la BACKYARD COMEDY CLUB
231 CAMBRIDGE HEATH RD. LONDRA E2 0EL

The Eastern European Comedy Festival presents English Speaking Comedy Borsch – the series of shows where some of the biggest acts from Eastern European countries translate their jokes for the rest of the world to enjoy. Different line-up every month.

For December we are joined by:

Gatis Kandis (Latvia)
Britain’s Got Talent 2012 – Semi Finalist
You’re hysterical. I love you!” – Alesha Dixon
It’s so terrible it’s fantastic” – Simon Cowell

Maggie Kowalski (Poland)
NATYS Top of the Bill 2018 – Runner Up
A fresh sideways perspective” – Bruce Dessau, Beyond the Joke

Dimitri Bakanov (Russia)
Leicester Square New Act of the Year 2014 – Finalist
Laughing Horse New Act of the Yea 2015 – Finalist

Hubert Mayr (Austria)
Comedy Virgins Summer competition 2018 – 3rd place

Robert Dan (Romania)
Born in Targoviste

Valerio Miconi (Italy)
An excellent talent for delivery” Voice Mag
more than capable of getting an audience roaring with laughter.” – Soho Comedy Club

MC Radu Isac (Romania)
BBC World Service – “What Makes the World Laugh” 2016
BBC Radio 4 – “Fresh From the Fringe” 2017
BBC World Service – “The Arts Hour” 2017

*We know that some of these countries aren’t considered Eastern European. This is actually one of the reasons we are doing these shows. It wouldn’t be the first time comedy changed the world.

The Eastern European Comedy Festival presents English Speaking Comedy Borsch – the series of shows where some of the biggest acts from Eastern European countries translate their jokes for the rest of the world to enjoy.

with

Gatis Kandis (Latvia)
Britain’s Got Talent 2012 – Semi Finalist
You’re hysterical. I love you!” – Alesha Dixon
It’s so terrible it’s fantastic” – Simon Cowell

Maggie Kowalski (Poland)
NATYS Top of the Bill 2018 – Runner Up
A fresh sideways perspective” Bruce Dessau, Beyond the Joke

Dimitri Bakanov (Russia)
Leicester Square New Act of the Year 2014 – Finalist
Laughing Horse New Act of the Yea 2015 – Finalist

Hubert Mayr (Austria)
Comedy Virgins Summer competition 2018 – 3rd place

Vlad Ilich (Macedonia)
Macedonia’s tallest comedian

Victor Patrascan (Romania)
he’ll quit comedy next year, you should see him now” – Radu Isac
insightful, deadpan and utterly charming” – Sindhu Vee

MC Alex Martini (Italy)
Alex Martini is best thing to come out of Italy since pasta. A very funny man, highly recommended.” – Mark Dolan, Balls Of Steel, C4

*We know that some of these countries aren’t considered Eastern European. This is actually one of the reasons we are doing these shows. It wouldn’t be the first time comedy changed the world.

at 20:00 ON THE 20th OF September 2018
at CAMDEN COMEDY CLUB
100 CAMDEN HIGH ST, CAMDEN TOWN, LONDON NW1 0LU

The Eastern European Comedy Festival presents English Speaking Comedy Borsch – the series of shows where some of the biggest acts from Eastern European countries translate their jokes for the rest of the world to enjoy.

Different line-up every month. For November we are joined by:

Darek Gadowski (Poland)
If you’re Polish, you would’ve heard of him!

Narin Oz (Cyprus)
“21st Century Andy Kaufman” – Broadway Baby

Konstantin Kisin (Russia)
Beat the Frog World Series 2017 – Panel Prize Winner
South Coast Comedian of the Year 2017 – runner up

Hassan Dervish (Cyprus/Turkey)
Comedy Virgins Max Turner Prize 2017 – Finalist
(London X 4 – Seasonal Short Film Festival 2017 Runner Up

Vitaly Filipskiy (Russia)
London Comedy Store King Gong – Winner
Manchester Comedy Store King Gong – Winner

Mike Topolski (Poland)
Stand Up Polska London regular MC

Victor Patrascan (Romania)
“he’ll quit comedy next year, you should see him now” – Radu Isac
“insightful, deadpan and utterly charming” – Sindhu Vee

MC: Steve Hili (Malta)
‘The energy of a dog that needs to be taken out’ – VICE

*We know that some of these countries aren’t considered Eastern European. This is actually one of the reasons we are doing these shows. It wouldn’t be the first time comedy changed the world.

AT 20:00 ON THE 15TH OF NOVEMBER 2018
AT CAMDEN COMEDY CLUB
100 CAMDEN HIGH ST, CAMDEN TOWN, LONDON NW1 0LU

Il Puma Londinese torna per una ONE OFF il 2 Dicembre.

Questa serata sará completamente in Italiano. Due ore di comicitá tutta all’Italiana.

Ad esibirsi ci saranno i veterani del Puma Londinese ed alcune new entry.

Biglietto: £10 online / £15 alla porta
Data: 2 Dicembre 2018
Apertura porte: 16:00
Inizio spettacolo: 17:00
Locale: Backyard – 231 Cambridge Heath Rd, London E2 0EL
Stazione metro piú vicina: Bethnal Green

17:00 |  2 dicembre 2018
BACKYARD COMEDY CLUB
231 CAMBRIDGE HEATH RD. LONDRA E2 0EL

 

The Eastern European Comedy Festival presents English Speaking Comedy Borsch – the series of shows where some of the biggest acts from Eastern European countries translate their jokes for the rest of the world to enjoy.

Different line-up every month. For October we are joined by:

Arielle Souma (France)
“She is just what the comedy industry need; and should be forced upon every audience until they buckle under her spell” – Franky Boyle

Micky Overman (Netherlands)
Funny Women 2016 – Finalist
Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2016 – Finalist
Max Turner Prize 2016 – Winner

Dragos Mostenescu (Romania)
Co-creator and star of one of Romanians longest running sitcoms: “La Bloc”

Martin Durchov (Bulgaria)
So You Think You’re Funny 2018 – Finalist
South East New Comedian of the Year 2018 – Finalist

Mia Zuanić (Croatia)
“Mia Zuanić is a ridiculous woman” – Eshaan Akbar

Tomislav Koza Kozačinski (Croatia)
Recently moved to London after a 12 year long career in Croatia where he is known as “the Goat”

MC Radu Isac (Romania)
BBC World Service – “What Makes the World Laugh” 2016

*We know that some of these countries aren’t considered Eastern European. This is actually one of the reasons we are doing these shows. It wouldn’t be the first time comedy changed the world.

AT 20:00 ON THE 18TH OF OCTOBER 2018
AT CAMDEN COMEDY CLUB
100 CAMDEN HIGH ST, CAMDEN TOWN, LONDON NW1 0LU

The Romanians Are Coming este o seară de stand-up comedy românesc, la un club de comedie londonez cu comedianți români stabiliți în Londra.

Haideți să-i învățăm pe englezi cum se face haz de necaz. Cei 8 protagoniști din Noiembrie sunt: Claudiu Constantin, Doru Mihailescu, Radu Isac, Victor Patrascan, Dan Marin, Gilbert Ionut, Rares Hasmasan, Claudiu Ene

Biletele se pot cumpara on-line (10GBP) sau de la intrare (15GBP).

Atenție!!! Intrarea în sala de spectacol se face doar până la ora 17:00.

LA 17:00 PE 4 NOIEMBRIE 2018
LA BACKYARD COMEDY CLUB
231 CAMBRIDGE HEATH RD. LONDRA E2 0EL

The Romanians Are Coming este o seară de stand-up comedy românesc, la un club de comedie londonez cu comedianți români stabiliți în Londra. Haideți să-i învățăm pe englezi cum se face haz de necaz.

Protagoniști din Noiembrie sunt: Radu Isac, Claudiu Constantin, Doru Mihailescu, Dan Marin, Gilbert Ionut, Rares Hasmasan, Claudiu Ene si Victor Patrascan.

Biletele se pot cumpara on-line (10GBP) sau de la intrare (15GBP).

Atenție!!! Intrarea în sala de spectacol se face doar până la ora 17:00.

la 17:00 pe 4 NOIEMBRIE 2018
la BACKYARD COMEDY CLUB
231 CAMBRIDGE HEATH RD. LONDRA E2 0EL

The Eastern European Comedy Festival presents English Speaking Comedy Borsch – the series of shows where some of the biggest acts from Eastern European countries translate their jokes for the rest of the world to enjoy.

with

Dimitri Bakanov (Russia)
Leicester Square New Act of the Year 2014 – Finalist
Laughing Horse New Act of the Yea 2015 – Finalist
Dragos Mostenescu (Romania)
Co-creator and star of one of Romanians longest running sitcoms: “La Bloc”
Arielle Souma (France)
She is just what the comedy industry need; and should be forced upon every audience until they buckle under her spell” – Franky Boyle
Saban Kazim (Turkey)
Saban Kazim seems the least well prepared, but his anecdotes about his Turkish family, delivered with a constant grin, are gently amusing.” – The Skinny
Valerio Miconi (Italy)
A confused misanthrope with anger issues, Valerio Miconi has been performing since October 2014.
Marta Piechowiak (Poland)
Naturally Polish, living in London while on a gap year.. for the last 15 years
MC Chelsea Hart (25% Eastern European)
An extraordinary presence. Fresh, funny, smart, surprising.” -Kate Copstick (The Scotsman)

*We know that some of these countries aren’t considered Eastern European. This is actually one of the reasons we are doing these shows. It wouldn’t be the first time comedy changed the world.


AT 20:00 ON THE 1st OF June 2018
AT Camden Comedy Club
100 Camden High St, Camden Town, London NW1 0LU

The Eastern European Comedy Festival presents English Speaking Comedy Borsch – the series of shows where some of the biggest acts from Eastern European countries translate their jokes for the rest of the world to enjoy.

with:
Gatis Kandis (Latvia)
Britain’s Got Talent 2012 – Semi Finalist
“You’re hysterical. I love you!” – Alesha Dixon
“It’s so terrible it’s fantastic” – Simon Cowell

Victor Patrascan (Braila)
“he’ll quit comedy next year, you should see him now” – Radu Isac
“insightful, deadpan and utterly charming” – Sindhu Vee

Micky Overman (Netherlands)
Funny Women 2016 – Finalist
Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2016 – Finalist
Max Turner Prize 2016 – Winner

Luca Cupani (Italy)
So you think you’re Funny 2015 – Winner

Tomislav Kozačinski (Croatia)
Recently moved to London after a 12 year long career in Croatia where he is known as “the Goat”

Rusen Tuzcu (Turkey)
Co-founder and MC Komikrofon – the first UK style Open Mic night in Istanbul

MC Steve Hili (Malta)
“Hili is all presence” – Wee review
“Perfect” – Voicemag.uk

*We know that some of these countries aren’t considered Eastern European. This is actually one of the reasons we are doing these shows. It wouldn’t be the first time comedy changed the world.


AT 20:00 on the 6TH OF July 2018
AT Camden Comedy Club
100 Camden High St, Camden Town, London NW1 0LU

The Eastern European Comedy Festival presents English Speaking Comedy Borsch – the series of shows where some of the biggest acts from Eastern European countries translate their jokes for the rest of the world to enjoy.

with
Radu Isac (Romania)
Alex Martini (Italy)
Olga Koch (Russia)
Mike Topolski (Poland)
Lisanne Fridsma (Nederlands)
Hassan Dervish (Cyprus/Turkey)
MC: Steve Hili (Malta)

We know that some of these countries aren’t considered Eastern European. This is actually one of the reasons we are doing these shows. It wouldn’t be the first time comedy changed the world.

The Romanians Are Coming este o seară de stand-up comedy românesc, la un club de comedie londonez cu comedianți români stabiliți în Londra.

Haideți să-i învățăm pe englezi cum se face haz de necaz.

Cei zece protagoniști din Aprilie sunt: Dragoș Moștenescu, Radu Isac, Marius (Sică) Coanda, Alina Păduraru, Cată Dum, Dan Marin, Victor Patrascan, Ciprian Mistreanu, Claudiu Constantin și Gilbert Ionuț.

Biletele se pot cumpara on-line (10GBP) sau de la intrare (15GBP).

Atenție!!! Intrarea în sala de spectacol se face doar până la ora 16:00.


la 16:00 pe 14 APRILIE 2018
LA BACKYARD COMEDY CLUB
231 CAMBRIDGE HEATH RD. LONDRA E2 0EL

The show will be performed in ENGLISH. The comedy show will be performed by Radu IsacKonstantin KisinAsli AkbaiMike Topolski, Dimitri Bakanov and Nikola Silić with MC Chelsea Hart.


The Eastern European Comedy Festival presents English Speaking Comedy Borsch – the series of shows where some of the biggest acts from Eastern European countries translate their jokes for the rest of the world to enjoy.

with

Radu Isac (Romania)
Konstantin Kisin (Russia)
Asli Akbai (Turkey)
Mike Topolski (Poland)
Dimitri Bakanov (Ukraine/Russia)
Nikola Silić (Serbia)

Mc Chelsea Hart (25% E. European)


AT 20:00 ON THE 25TH OF FEBRUARY 2018
AT THE TOP SECRET COMEDY CLUB
170 DRURY LN, LONDON WC2B 5PD