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The Luxembourg comedy festival returns for a third edition with 23 artists from 11 different countries performing over three days, starting 17 November.
Among the experienced line-up will be Ireland’s Rory O’Hanlon, Sarah Donnelly and Carly Baker from the USA, Scotland’s Stephen Carlin, Kiwi Javier Jarquin, Thanyia Moore from the UK, Adrien Arnoux from France and David Tsonos from Canada.
They will be joined by up-and-coming comics from the local stand-up open mic scene in Luxembourg to perform in seven shows across four venues: Marionnette in rue de Strasbourg, Scott’s in the Grund, Rocas and The Tube, in the city centre.
Comedy fans can catch some afterwork laughs on Friday with three shows. On Saturday, there will be a show entirely in French at 7pm with Adrien Arnoux et ses amis, followed by an all-female line-up at 8pm.
The final show takes place on Sunday at 8pm featuring Rory O’Hanlon.
Each show has a limited number of half price early bird tickets available. Click here to book yours.