Friday, 26 Jan 2018 6:30 PM
Join us for the New Year’s Comedy Night in the gorgeous ancient building of the Societeit Vereeniging Haarlem.
Four talented comedians and an MC will take to the stage to offer you an eve full of laughs.
Make sure you don’t miss it and buy your tickets online NOW. The ticket price is € 10 p.p. Remaining tickets (if available) can be bought at the door for € 15,00 p.p. Buy your tickets here.
6,30 PM: Doors open & Drinks 7-8 PM: New Year’s Comedy Night. Entrance with tickets. Online tickets € 10 p.p.; € 15 p.p. at the door (if available) 8,30-10 PM: expatsHaarlem New Year’s Drink. Free entrance. Read more information here.
MC: Jacob Adriani
Jacob has been MC’ing since his schoolboy days and found his true stand-up comedic form in 2016. Ever since he’s been routinely classified as an originally absurd banter-salesman, among other semi-compliments. He’ll shape an energetic show around the finest stand-up comedians.
Johan van Hespen
Born in Dublin, Ireland. Moved to Holland as an eight year old, and after surviving Zoetermeer and Hoofddorp, now settled in Amsterdam!.
Energetic, fast-paced and bubbly are all words that cannot be used to describe Gillian. Since she first took the stage in 2016 she has been performing stand-up all over the Netherlands, defying the stereotype of the bitter and humourless feminist one joke at a time.
Jeroen is a comedian born and raised in Rotterdam, who’s more often the zero than the hero. He talks about how he copes with his fears, the scenarios he imagines and why vegetarians don’t always make sense. A nice mix of self-deprication, observations and absurdism.
Tim van het Heul
Like Socrates, Tim van ‘t Hul raises many questions. Questions like: “Why does he talk like that?”, “What happened to his mustache?” and “Did he really just compare himself to Socra-tes?”
Despite the beard and the weird last name, Tim is not in fact Klingon but Dutch. He’s also a massive nerd (which is why he insisted on mentioning Klingons in his bio) and as such loves movies, science, grammar and referring to himself in the third person (he really does). He does not approve of people calling him a hipster, meaning he probably is one, and sees the world as a meaningless and absurd yet endlessly fascinating place. Tim is cheap, clean and sustainable and is therefore considered by many to be a viable alternative to fossil fuels.
Buy your tickets online NOW here. The ticket price is € 10 p.p. Tickets at the door cost € 15,00 p.p.