Due to overwhelming demand we added another showtime!
On this page you can get tickets for the 7PM EARLY SHOW.
Looking for the late show? Sorry, that one sold out already!
The Berlin Offensive returns as a monthly showcase, featuring Berlin’s darkest comedians; it’s a show for people who believe that the only good baby joke is a dead baby joke.
Featuring A FREE SHOT (or more!) and the comedic stylings of:
Nir Gottleid (IL), an Israeli comic who has performed in the US, Germany, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands and Israel. He has come to Germany to, as he says, “make Germans feel uncomfortable as a form of reparations”; he would prefer to date Germans to achieve his goal, but sadly German women have intelligence, common sense, and eyes — therefore he’s forced to do comedy instead. His combination of dark humor, self-deprecation, and obscene “dad jokes” will leave him in stitches, because you are very likely to stab him after his set.
A kiwi and a reluctant Aussie, Anna Beros (NZ) is a stand-up comedian writing and performing in Berlin. She hosts and produces Glory Hole Comedy and Sexy Voice Comedy. She’s entertained crowds in London, Melbourne and around Europe. Kindergarten teacher by day, stand-up comedian by night, she uses her wit and charm to take audiences on a journey through the mind of a Berlin expat in her 30s. Sometimes poignant, sometimes uncomfortable, always hilarious.
Carl Dackö (SE) is a 180 cm tall, bearded Swedish stand-up comedian, doing jokes, bits, observations and faces on the Berlin comedy scene.
Carl’s comedy is mostly about his relationships and the behavior of humans and animals around him. This can sometimes go to dark places but in a friendly happy way.
Hosting the evening will be our very own Francesco Kirchhoff (IT/DE), one of the hardest-gigging comedians of the Berlin scene and a constant fixture of most shows here, freshly returned from a full run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. His comedy explores extremes and self-serving absurdities with rapid-fire punchlines—ok, it’s mostly jokes about Nazis.
This is the early show.
Doors are 18:45 – show starts 19:00.
The show is ticketed – remember, online tickets on this page are cheaper than at the door.
The tickets will be:
€12 – online (That would be right here, the thing you’re staring at. Genius, right?)
€15 – at the door!
Dead baby jokes are like STDs—best when shared with friends! Keep your friends and enemies close by using the coupon code miserylovescompany for 2 Euros off each ticket for orders of four tickets or more.
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