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Go West Comedy Showcase feat. Zackarias Branzell

March 14 @ 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm

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Schöneberg’s number-one English comedy night is back with an awesome lineup for our March show! And it’s all FREE! (Though donations are encouraged 🙂 .)

**Please note our show starts at 9 p.m. sharp. Doors open at 8 p.m. The venue has great cheap drinks so come get warmed up before the show!***

Ben MacLean (Canadian bureaucrat turned flight attendant/comedian… it’s complicated) is your host this month as we bring you three of Berlin’s top comics…

ANDREW HALL is a high-brow, white-trash comedian from the States. He got his start in Charlotte, North Carolina, but spent the last 3 years in Washington, D.C. doing comedy and trying to navigate the city’s poorly put together public transportation. He has an odd knack for taking the darkest, most unnerving aspects of life and trivializing them onstage in bizarre yet relatable ways. A poor dresser but a talented writer, Andrew has established himself as an out of the box thinker and performer. He was a founding member of “The Ex-Wives Club” who have done videos, sketch and improv, having toured the East Coast of the U.S. But lately he can be found in Berlin telling jokes, or on Twitter and Instagram @andrewhallpass.

ERIKA RATCLIFFE (Erika Radcliffe) is a Japanese-Austrian comedian and has performed stand-up all over Germany and Austria. She has a dark sense of humour and doesn’t shy away from controversial topics like racism and vaginal yeast infections. Her comedy is also very self-deprecating and she shows a lot of empathy for the underdogs in our society. Erika also starred in the first season of “Comedy Central presents: Stand-Up“.

And your headliner… ZACKARIAS BRANZELL!

A comedian, podcaster, host, producer, lover and a friend, Zackarias Branzell grew up in the north of Sweden 2 hours by plane from the closest comedy club. But he’s made up for lost time and has now performed all around Northern Europe.

His comedy has been described as “funny” and “good” comedy, often warming up with one-liners then switching to longer bits. He’s known for being a bit darker than what you’d expect from a guy in a bright shirt who smiles so much on stage.

“I’m a Swedish comedian so you’re going to have to assemble these jokes yourself” – Opening joke ano 2016

“He is the only funny Swede we ever saw and we lived in Sweden for seven years” – Swiss family of three

“Was für ein toller Abend… Der schwedische Delpin ist der Hammer!” – Michaela Hannes

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March 14
8:30 pm - 11:00 pm