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Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Laughter in Barcelona

The laughter is an universal language, but a comedy show in your own language is even better. And if you can enjoy it in a beatiful city like Barcelona, it would be simply fantastic. That's what you'll get with the Barcelona’s International Comedy Festival, the world‟s first multilingual comedy festival.

Over 35 performances, in 10 venues, a kids show (The Loch Ness Monster, at Sala Almazen) and a no language show. From 22 to 29 November you can spend very funny nights in the city.

Festival Headliner is The Adam Hills & Jason Byrne show, combining two of the biggest names in comedy worldwide on the one stage, at Teatre Tradicionàrius.

Different styles from stand-up to physical comedy, to clown, to musical theatre, to drag acts. Also, the second edition of Logan Murray‟s stand-up workshop in English. With the help of Logan, you will find your creative inspiration and you will learn the building blocks of jokes. Be a better writter and permormer!

Prices go between 20 Euros (before the show) and 22 Euros (at door). Pre Festival launch will held in Maremagnum on Sunday November 22, with free to public shows all day. The workshop costs 250 Euros.

Check their web if you want more information

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