Paul Salamone and Toby Arsalan are supercool. Seriously. They even got into Berghain once. Join these two local comedy legends for a night of English standup in Neukölln. Entry by donations.
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Now Even You Can Learn How To Be Cool!
When he turned 15, Toby figured out how to be cool. He came up with the street name TCM (Tobias Cool Man), memorised lots of Shaggy lyrics and really got into Magic The Gathering. He upped the cool factor at 17 when he got braces later than everyone else and started really killing it at math olympiads.
Paul was even cooler in high school. After getting beat up for his Vanilla Ice haircut, he became DJ of an all-white teenage rap group called Da Normbreakaz and didn’t kiss a girl until he was 18. He got cooler in college, when he participated in LAN parties and finally saw his first boob.
Years have passed since. Thankfully, as standup comedians working in Berlin, Paul and Toby can safely say that they are now both supercool. But can their jokes and stories guide others on the path to coolness? Find out… at the coolest comedy show ever!
Paul & Toby are Supercool Now • A Night of (supercool) Standup
Saturday, November 25
9pm (doors 8.30pm)
Kleinod – Niemetzstr. 24 Neukölln (S Sonnenallee)
Entry: 7 Euro suggested donation
Toby Arsalan runs Flat Earth Comedy, Monday Night Mics and Joke Time, three of Berlin’s most popular comedy shows. From Helsinki to Cape Town, he has performed all over the world and recently took his solo show “Nazi Jihadi” to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for a near sold out run. The Comedy Café Berlin called him “one of the hottest standups in town!”
Here’s a short set of Toby’s:
Paul Salamone Comedy is the host of Berlin’s longest running comedy night We Are Not Gemüsed and official audience warm-up comedian for NEO MAGAZIN ROYALE. Deutsche Welle, BERLIN LOVES YOU and Local Suicide collectively describe him as a “prolific, ambitious… razor-tongued… legend!”
Here’s Paul in action:
Kleinod is a cozy bar in the heart of Neukölln, Berlin, Germany. Easily accessible via S Sonnenallee or S Neukölln, it’s home to cheap drinks, good vibes, and hilarious comedy.