Comedy Club Delft #international
wo 23 jan 201920:30Theatercafé
Get to know comedy from across the Dutch border: tonight international comedians will take the stage.
This night the following artists will take the stage:
Nico Yearwood: Nico has travelled all over the world performing in shows from Scandinavia to Eastern Europe to Wetwang in Yorkshire. Nico’s charisma gives him license to handle more controversial topics that other comedians might shy away from. His upbringing in Barbados allows him to present a unique and hilarious perspective on sensitive topics such as race, religion and gender, all the while with a glint in his eye that puts the audience at ease and laughing out loud.
Wouter Meijs: Wouter grows up on the dutch island Terschelling. He left the island when he turned 18 to studie physics. He stopt his studie to pursuit a career in cycling. In 2003 he quit cycling. He starts a actingstudie in Amsterdam. He finds his passion in stand up comedy and auditions in 2005 for the Comedytrain. Sinds then he is a returning name at Toomler, travles through the Netherlands with the Cafétour and he has been Hans Teeuwens pre-programme in the Panama.
Ed Night: Ed is fresh to the scene and one the the youngest and most thrilling voices rising throughout he ranks. 'Ed Night stands at the dawn of the new age of stand-up' (Fest). He 'has no right to be as good as he is' **** (Fest). 'One of the future stars of British comedy' (iNews.co.uk). 'Blisteringly quick fire and jam-packed with jokes' (BroadwayBaby.com). Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee 2017. Star of BBC Radio 1's Ed and Lauren Get On. Tour support for Paul Sinha, Phil Wang, Dane Baptiste and Simon Amstell.
Masud Milas will be the MC.
A pirate… no really, an actual pirate in the 2015 remake of ‘Pan’ and looking as fly as a Blaxploitation cop, we don’t think Time Out will regret their decision to hand-pick Masud Milas as ‘One to watch’.
One of the most exciting acts to emerge on the UK comedy circuit. With his 70’s flair and kick ass jacket, Masud’s intelligent addictive humour has earned him a rapidly growing fan base. He’s supported Milton Jones on tour, hosted his own show on Soho Radio, performed at Latitude & Reading Festivals and stormed the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe festival with his debut solo show ‘Routes’. Again in 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival with 'Masud Abides' and is currently writing his follow up show for 2019.