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The Yarn: Comedy Storytelling
Saturday, October 5 | 9:30pm - 10:30pm
A showcase of long-form comedic storytelling!
Good storytelling is like a thread that connects us all to each other, knitting together the human experience, and it’s even better when it’s so funny that it leaves you in stitches! Don’t let yourself get unraveled, come laugh with every fiber of your being, enjoy a story where everything is as true and hilarious as it SEAMS!
Join us for an evening of true, funny stories from some of the city’s best comedians and storytellers.
On stage this month:
Cameryn Moore is an award-winning playwright/performer, but she is best known as the founder of Smut Slam, a global network of community dirty-storytelling events. (The Berlin Smut Slam is on the third Monday of every month.) In addition to hosting regular Smut Slams in seven locations around Europe (with more in the works), Cameryn delights in creating extremely niche performance events such as YIKES! (a celebration of awkward performance), Sex Ed (a cabaret of play), and NOM, a community storytelling open mic about food that premieres on December 3. You can find her online all over Facebook, or at www.camerynmoore.com
Josie Parkinson is a UK-raised, Berlin-based stand-up comedian who likes to tell jokes about things being terrible but also fine. Josie founded and hosts SAUCE, a weekly open mic for womxn, LGBTQIA+ and minority comedians at Space Meduza bar on Skalitzer Strasse (you should come to it!!!!!) Besides comedy, her favourite activities are crying at podcasts and arranging pizza toppings to look like faces.
Andrew Rae Lefoley
Andrew is a homemaker and full-time parent originally from Canada. He performs Improv, Storytelling and Standup around Berlin. He likes Dungeons & Dragons and will fall in love with your cat.
Presented by Josh Telson & Michele Guido, hosts of Four Eyes, Berlin’s favorite comedy storytelling open mic.
Every 1st Saturday of the month at 9:30pm
Please be aware that for the safety of our performers, staff and fellow audience members, masks (covering your mouth and nose) are now mandatory at all times at Comedy Café Berlin. (Except for that brief moment when you are taking a sip of a delicious beverage or a bite of a tasty sandwich). Our theatre and barroom are kept ventilated with open doors, windows and air exchange via fans.
To ensure safe distancing, space is very limited! Seating is only done in pairs and the price you see is for a pair of tickets (granting entry to 2 people). You may be able to purchase single tickets at the door if there is space.
Doors open 15 minutes before scheduled show time. Please be aware that seats may be released at show time and latecomers may be denied entry or given standing room entry.
No refunds on ticket sales!
Unless otherwise stated, all shows are in English.
Please enjoy a drink at the bar before and after the show! (It’s how we keep the doors open.)
Interested in taking comedy classes? Check out The CCB Training School.