It's about time for some fresh faces in the scene, so «Vienna Chuckles» is proud to bring you 5 top-notch comedians coming all the way from Moscow! Each one in this international group has years of comedy experience under his belt, and they've joined forces to present their show «From Russia With Laugh!»
These guys will only be in town for One Night Only, so don't miss your chance to see them live!
Doors Open: 20:00
Show Starts: 20:30
Entry: 12€ (10€ for Students)
If everything you know about Russia comes from James Bond movies, crazy YouTube videos, and political news, the picture you have in your head is probably – true. But, eternal cold, strong accent, bears, and vodka, vodka, vodka (there's a lot of vodka) are not neccessarily a bad thing, especially if you can joke about it.
How it is to actually live in Moscow, one of the biggest cities in the world, where traditional East meets capitalistic West, where even Russians sometimes feel like aliens, and where the only English word majority of population knows is «what» (because it reminds them of vodka), you will find out through humor and satire from a group of young comics, who know Moscow as the palm of their hand (or at least as much as then can without attracting KGB attention).
A westerner; Adam Bobek (USA), two sons of Mother Russia; Denis Nikolin (Russia) and Gleb Tugushev (Russia), one Asian; Arun Khurana (India) and one European; Igor Mondae (Croatia) will try to break all the stereotypes you might have about the biggest country in the world, and probably doing so create a few new ones.
So, if you were always curious about the lifestyle of Russian youth, how does Russian police behave, why are Russians great friends, do Moscuvites hate foreigners, what is it like to date a Russian girl etc., find out all of that and much more during an hour and a half of laughter and fun by the name of «From Russia with Laugh», brought to you by English Moscow Comedy.
«From Russia with Laugh» succesfully premiered in Moscow in April 2016, and has since then been performed on stages in Slovenia (Ljubljana); Croatia (Zagreb, Osijek) and Serbia (Belgrade), before returning to Moscow in October in front of a sold out room.