March 23rd – 29th

Tuesday French Fried Comedy Night, 9:15pm @ the Paname Art Café

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Robert Hoehn hosts, with comics Arsene T. Mwez, Lisa Raduszynski, James Simpson, Ryan McMichael & Ollie Horn.

Wednesday Carrsambar, 9:00pm @ Carr’s Irish PubFor the most diehard fans, this is the best place to see raw, unhinged and gut-punching comedy. It is a safe space for comedians who want to try fresh and never-heard-before material, work out the kinks or just get started in the business.

Thursday Unfiltered Comedy Hour8pm @ O’Sullivan’s Rebel Bar

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The Unfiltered Comedy Hour presents a good old-fashioned Open Mic night. 10 open slots at every show, comics sign up before so you never know who you might see. This week’s host is Fred Eyangoh.

Friday The Melting Pot Comedy Night, 8.00pm @ The SoGymnase Comedy ClubMelting Pot FinalThe Sogymnase’s bi-monthly open mic is back this week, hosted by Sebastian Marx. He’ll be welcoming Cedrik Verdure, Yvonne Pollack, Noah Weil, Catherine Collison, Jennifer Eversfield, Mark Edmonds and Joanna Silber.

The New York Comedy Night, 9:30pm @ The SoGymnase Comedy ClubNYCN NewThis week, Sebastian Marx welcomes Alex Van Walsum, Tania Dutel, Christian Brighty and Harold Barbé.

Saturday The Great British American Comedy Night, 9:30pm @ The SoGymnase Comedy Club

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Your host this week is Vanessa Starr, with sets from Sarah Donnelly, Phyllis Wang, Tom Morton, Charles Pellegrin and Fred Eyangoh.

Sunday French Fried Open Mic, 4pm @ the Paname Art Café

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The people who brought you French Fried Comedy Night on a Tuesday have added a second show, sunday afternoons at the Paname Art Café. Join host Tom Morton as he introduces Alexandre Quillien, Swann Perissé, Khaldoun Hosni, Franck Brusset and David Azencot!

A New Yorker in Paris, 6:30pm @ La Nouvelle SeineSebastian Marx performs his one hour stand up show in which he explains the trials and tribulations of adapting to life in Paris.

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