A lotta lotta laughs
Residual winter depression won't stand a chance against these comedy show picks, on this week and next throughout the city.
Copenhagen Comedy Club: First Show
Kan du taler dansk? Nej? If you’ve been hankering for some comedy but been running into language barriers, you’re in luck! The Copenhagen Comedy Club is starting up a new series of British comedy shows in Copenhagen, and the monthly schedule starts Monday. The evening will feature comedians Matt Richardson, a rising star on the London comedy circuit, and Cornwall’s Anna Keirle, a 2003 finalist in ‘So You Think You’re Funny?’ and an excellent MC. The show is first come, first served − get moving!
Kierkegaard Comedy Show
Søren Kierkegaard is a pretty sordid fellow. After all, existentialism is a bit … dreary. That’s where scholar Claus Damgaard comes in. In his unique comedy routine, he interprets the works of Kierkegaard and transforms them into something relatable and contemporary. Admittedly “subjective” and “unscientific”, this show is something that is sure to make you think. Before the show is revealed in Copenhagen, Damgaard is offering a free preview of the show − in English! Nevertheless, it sounds dreadful if you’re not interested in philosophy.
English Comedy Night
Loud laughs will echo from the basement of Kennedy’s on Thursday at the pub’s weekly comedy show.
Kennedy’s Bar, Gammel Kongevej 23, Cph V; Thu 21:00; Tickets: 50kr
Another night of English-language comedy organised by Wisecrackers.The comedians tend to be a mix of Danes, Swedes, Canadians, Americans, and Brits, and there are usually six acts.