The Berlin Offensive is a non-stop cavalcade of offensive humor, holocaust jokes, and vivid discussions of necrophilia. Three comics will take to the stage to discuss such wide ranging topics from pediatric cancer to why Germans love asparagus so much.
All those jokes that you secretly wanted to hear but should not have been uttered in polite company? Here they come.
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.
Erika Ratcliffe (AT) is a Japanese-Austrian comedian and has performed standup all over Germany and Austria. She has a dark sense of humour and doesn’t shy away from controversial topics like racism or vaginal yeast infections. Her comedy is very self-deprecating and shows a lot of empathy for the underdogs in our society. Erika starred in the first season of “Comedy Central presents: Stand-Up”.
Chris Doering (DDR), a former Kabarettist and current stand-up comedian. Chris enjoys long walks on the beach, a good Nazi joke followed by a fart joke, opening for Anthony Jeselnik, headlining international comedy shows in Germany, Czech Republic, UK, Netherlands, Hungary, Mexico, Austria, Poland and running comedy shows in Berlin, like Laughing Bearlin, The Berlin Offensive and Laughing Spree Comedy.
Francesco Kirchhoff is 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.
For many years, the only stages Freddi Gralle (DE) spent much time on were those in church. Now she is doing comedy – so being judgmental comes in handy.
Her dazzling sense of self-entitlement guides her to tackle the existential questions in life: God, sex or the upsides of PMS. Freddi’s voice is life-affirming but sarcastic, with a strong preference for the auto-biographic.
Doors are 20:30 – show starts 21:00
The show is ticketed – get tickets online here.
Remember – online is cheaper! 12 Euro online (or until Early Bird tickets run out) and 14 Euro at the door!
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