Laughter Nation has been making sincere efforts to bring about standup comedy to a wider audience. We have been partnering with them in their efforts. They recently introduced a new format in their new show Cut 2 Cut. Read on for a description
Kishore Dayani through his comedy club Laughter Nation has been holding standup comedy shows across Delhi NCR. We have liked the acts for their simplicity, sincerity and the instant connect with Delhi audience. He recently showcased comedian Apurrv Gupta at Lok Kala Manch. Appurv is an engineer who’s taken up standup comedy and entertained the audience for about an hour or so…
Daniel Bye’s Going Viral is an experimental performance where he acts and interacts with the audience by being on and off stage. The play had audience sitting on the stage. And that is not the only abstract concept about the play. Read on to know more.
We have a thing for stand up comedies and try to attend these gigs in Delhi NCR. Jason Byrne, the internationally renowned comedian recently performed at Kamani Auditorium. We watched him with wonder!
Stand up comedy may be a thing from the west. But given its popularity with the audience it is here to stay. We have watched stand up acts in Delhi NCR and have rarely been disappointed. Buoyed with the confidence, we watched a recent stand up show Lolmaal organised by Laughter Nation at the Akshara Theatre.
Stand-up comedy as a form of entertainment is new for us. However it has picked up momentum in Delhi NCR. Consequently many stand up shows are held in clubs, pubs and auditoriums over the week as well as weekend. We recently watched the Ghanta Awards Nomination, comedy act by Radhika Vaz, Neeti Palta, Sanjay Rajoura and Manan Desai. Here is our splitting account.
Comedians Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood of ‘Whose line is it anyway’ fame are touring India thanks to Black Dog Easy Evenings. They performed in Gurgaon last Sunday and we are most tickled to be there.