Good news everyone! We’re back as a fully licensed “event place”. Which means we can have events like other places. Exciting times.
We spent the last two weeks making small improvements here and there while we had the time. You most likely won’t notice them except for the fact that we have AIR CONDITIONING in the theater now. AAwww yis!
What’s in the works?
While we are super pleased with our modular theater seating, we do realize some people like to ‘lean back’ rather than ‘lean in’ during shows. We’re looking at a modular bench solution so we can keep our seating but provide some additional comfort.
Furthermore! Because we were forced to re-test our soundproofing we learned that it’s better than we thought and almost good enough to carry on shows past 10pm. We’re looking into small fixes to be able to do this – then we’re in real good shape!
In the meantime…
Continue coming to see shows and laughing your nuts off.
We held an open house at CCB this weekend past for a good chunk of Berlin based comedians and producers. It was good to hear them say it’s big. I know it’s not always about size, but it still feels good.
Good news everyone! There is already some great comedy coming out of CCB and the show is called “The Contractors Who Are Renovating The Space.” And damn, they are good. The show is full of twists and turns, you’ll laugh, you’ll cry. And the best part is: the price of the show is negotiable!
If you want to see the show yourself, just go ahead and open a café and let them come to you. Make sure you read every invoice.
Seriously though, these guys are the worst. It’s like doing business with goldfish. Here’s how a rough idea of how a conversation goes:
Us: Please don’t do that yet, we’re waiting on other offers.
One day later.
Us: Why did you do that? We told you not to do that yet.
Contractor: Oh it’s fine. I’ll charge you for a lower price.
One day later.
Us: You invoiced us for a higher price.
Contractor: Yeah, I can’t do it for a lower price.
Us: You said you could do it for a lower price yesterday.
Additional laughs brought to you by the guys who ran the sound cables.
Let’s just say they overcharged us by 400%.
Eyes and ears, fellas. Eyes and ears.