Comedy Stop Stockholm is a brand-new Comedy Festival dedicated to bringing the very best of local and international Comedy talent to Stockholm. Comedy Stop Stockholm will play host to the most exciting comedians the world has to offer.Don’t miss your chance to discover the biggest Comedy stars of the future!
Comedians: Paul Foot, Jenny Bede, Sara Barron, Dane Baptiste. MC: Kathryn LeRoux / Opening Gala from 19:00Postponed
The world-famous London Comedy Store are proud to be partnering with Comedy Stop Stockholm to deliver a hilarious opening gala packed with the best in international and local talent.
With nearly 40 years’ experience in the business and as the premier name in comedy, The Comedy Store is renowned as a breeding ground for new comedy talent and remains the place to see tomorrow’s stars today.
The likes of Eddie Izzard, John Bishop, Jimmy Carr, Rhod Gilbert and Sarah Millican, have all cut their comedy teeth at The Comedy Store.
Don’t miss the chance to see the best in international comedy talent right on your doorstep.
Simply the funniest show you’ll see all year!
Paul Foot - Nalen Klubb 19:00Postponed
Jenny Bede - Nalen Bar 20:00Postponed
Sara Barron - Nalen Klubb 21:00Postponed
Dane Baptiste - Nalen Bar 22:00Postponed
Fern Brady - Nalen Klubb 19:00Postponed
Troy Hawke - Nalen Bar 20:00Postponed
Chris Turner - Nalen Klubb 21.30Postponed
Bobby Mair - Nalen Bar 22:00Postponed
NALEN KLUBB & BAR
David Bagares Gata 15-17
Nalen is a well-known venue in the centre of Stockholm City. Nalen has a long and fascinating story – the house was built in 1888 and have since served as the location for political meetings, sport events, concerts and other activites. During the 1930’s-1960’s, Nalen was especially known for its jazz music and ballroom dances. Nalen has since been renovated, but with all its original charm still present, and is today a house with concerts, events, conferences and meetings. Nalen also has its own restaurang.
Mosebacke Torg 1–3
Södra Teatern is Stockholm’s oldest active theatre, constructed in 1859 and situated in the heart of Södermalm’s bohemian pulse with breathtaking views over the capital. Despite the classic gold and red velvet settings, the stage is predominantly used for music rather than drama performances these days.