Giveaway: Comedy night

Share this story:

Irish eyes are definitely smiling this March and you will be too with the fabulous John Colleary, comic from the Emerald Isle!

If you missed St Patrick’s Day, there’s still time to catch Irish comic John Colleary, star and writer of the three-times IFTA-nominated The Savage Eye. He’ll be joined on stage by Andy Valvur from the USA and UK rock-comedy duo Ray Guns, in the Luxembourg English Comedy Showcase Thursday Special on 23 March, at Marionette, Rue de Strasbourg.

John Colleary was recently voted 6th best comedian in Europe by Bail Out magazine, with appearances in Stand and Deliver and The Panel (RTE 2), he’s also a writer and performer on Last Orders, part of TODAY FM’s Last Word.

Returning to Luxembourg is US comic Andy Valvur, who’ll host a night that also features UK duo Ray Guns – think Spinal Tap meets Morecambe & Wise. Luke Reel and Ray Gunn will reveal just what it takes to be a rock star, combining character comedy with high-energy musical mash-ups.

You’ll also get the chance to sample Luxembourg comedy with some local up-and-coming acts.

The show starts at 20.00 and tickets can be bought on the door for 25€, or in advance for 20€ by emailing luxpromo2017@internationalcomedians.com. A two-person ticket at 37€ is only available in advance here

To win a pair of tickets, simply tell us the name of the IFTA nominated show that’s both written by and starring John Colleary, by noon, Tuesday 21 March.

And the winner is… Diana! Congratulations – we’ll be in touch.

 

This competition is now closed.

 

 

Upcoming Comedy Nights – Mark your calendars


Sat 29 April – Daniel Ryan Spaulding (Canada), David Duff (Ireland), Brian Jordan (USA)

Thur 18 May – Allyson Smith (Cananda), Scott Capurro (USA), Deepu Dileepan (India)

Fri/Sat 2-3 June – Mini summer comedy festival

Sun 4 June – comedy workshop for beginners

Keep an eye out for open mic sessions in Luxembourg here, and hire comics for an event or party at here.

 

Share this story:
Sarita Rao
Sarita ditched the day job in London for a less hectic life in Luxembourg in August 2013. She spends her days freelance writing, arbitrating fights between her children, and waiting for ‘wine o’clock’ time (that’s 6pm for most mothers).

3 COMMENTS

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here