The season premiere of Luxembourg English Comedy Showcase takes place on 22 September. Still a couple of hours left to secure your early bird tickets!

The first show of the new season welcomes headline acts Tom Deacon (UK) and Aine Gallagher (Ireland), but also surprise local talents as well as master of ceremony for the evening, Joe Eagan (Canada).

When: Saturday, 22 Sept 2018 - showtime 9.15pm (entry to comedy room from 7.30pm or later for eating guests, from 8pm or later for non-eating guests). Eating guests can reserve a table to eat by calling +352 48 12 17.

Where: Marionnette, 15 rue Strasbourg, Luxembourg

Price :  €20 pre-sale, €25eur at the door. The early bird promo (2 persons for €34) ends on Monday, 27 August at midnight!

Tickets can be bought via: 
https://billetto.eu/en/e/earlybird-tickets-for-luxembourg-english-comedy-showcase-on-sat-sept-22-tickets-304417/

Hosted By: InternationalComedians.com

Comedian Bios

Tom Deacon (UK) - As a comedian he has performed on Dave's One Night Stand and Edinburgh and Beyond on the Comedy Central channel. Deacon began hosting the Sunday night slot on BBC Radio 1 from 7pm in March 2010, Also in 2010 he presented the 50 Most shocking moments in 2010 world cup. Deacon won the Chortle Student Comedian Of The Year award in 2007, appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2008 as part of the 'Comedy Zone' and made his Edinburgh solo debut at the 2009 Fringe Festival with his show Indecisive. He returned to the festival in 2011 with solo show, Can I Be Honest? In August 2012, Deacon is debuting Tom Deacon: Deaconator. 

Áine Gallagher (Ireland) is the resident MC for Funny Women Ireland and she is fresh off her hit show at Edinburgh called ‘Are You Well?’ She shares stories of her latest encounters on public transport and other endeavors and provides insight in how to live happily and reduce stress when trying to understand graphs and other work-related things - an escape for all! Fans of deadpan comedy will love her. She also leaves no questions unanswered about social norms and sex appeal, as well as guaranteeing audience members fully functional Irish language skills after just 60 minutes.