Brought to you by the Montreux Comedy Festival.
Because laughter is a universal language, the Montreux Comedy Festival decided to pull together standup comedians from all corners of the globe. Among the many comedians is a fine line up of English language comedians from the UK, Canada, Nigeria, USA, Japan, France and Switzerland.
Performers include: Basketmouth, Nigeria’s biggest comedy star, Yuriko Kotani, BBC New Comedy Award winner from Japan, Mike Ward, multiple award winning comedian from Canada, Ronny Chieng, from the Daily Show with Trevor Noah in the US, Thomas Wiesel (Switzerland), Adam Hess (UK) , Adrien Arnoux (France) and Sebastian Marx (USA).
The English, Trending Comics Show, takes place at 5pm on Sunday 4 December 2016, at the Auditorium Stravinski, 2m2c, in Montreux, which seats 1,600. The theatre also has a bar.
For those keen to come along and see these artists live, the Montreux Comedy Festival is offering Le News readers a special 20% off tickets. To buy these discounted tickets click here and enter the discount code: TC20 (see instructions below). And don’t forget to share this discount offer with your friends.
Video clips of the performers are set out below.
THOMAS WIESEL (SWITZERLAND)
Thomas Wiesel is part of the new generation of politically incorrect Swiss-French humorists, who relishes any opportunity to tackle contentious cultural and political issues in Switzerland.
YURIKO KOTANI (JAPAN)
MIKE WARD (CANADA)
RONNY CHIENG (USA)
ADAM HESS (UK)
SEBASTIAN MARX (USA)
Book tickets here to see them live. Don’t forget the discount code: TC20 to get 20% off.
Time: 17h00, 4 December 2016
Venue: Auditorium Stravinski, 2m2c, in Montreux
Tickets: Buy here (discount code: TC20)
To use the code, click in the blue text “enter promotional code” near the top right, enter TC20 in the field and click validate. Next click buy, then in the following screen select promo ticket from the drop down under the price and click update. Don’t forget to share.
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