Live Nation and The Comedy Store today announce a series of shows taking place across the European continent including stopovers in Paris, Amsterdam, Prague, Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Helsinki.
Described as the birthplace of alternative comedy in the UK, The Comedy Store has been a launchpad for the careers of countless stand-up stars with the likes of Michael McIntyre, Eddie Izzard, and Jimmy Carr all performing on their world-famous stage.
The UK’s best-known comedy brand is now coming to Europe in a big way, bringing dazzling shows to cities around the Continent, showcasing the brightest stars of the UK stand-up scene.
Fans can expect a night of pure, unfiltered comedy from the very best of the British and now European comedy circuit.
Don Ward, CEO of the Comedy Store says, “After a delayed start to our European adventures, we are excited to be finally taking The Comedy Store across the Continent. These international shows will be a great addition to our existing comedy venues in Manchester and London as well as our existing UK theatre residencies.”
With nearly 40 years of experience in the business and as the premier name in comedy, The Comedy Store is renowned as a breeding ground for new comedy talent and remains the place to see tomorrow’s stars today.
Three performers with a unique sense of humour will visit the Bravo! theatre in Prague on 11th February. Dane Baptiste, Josh Jones and Allyson June Smith will present their stand-ups, with which they have recently dominated the British scene.
As representatives of the Czech scene, we will welcome the already well-known comedians En.dru or Ondřej Havlík and Daniel Čech, whom you may know from the show Na Stojáka.
Tickets are available here
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