Having started out in the Red Light District under the name Off the Wall(en), The Comedy Embassy is now housed at the Comedy Cafe. Comedy Cafe has been a dedicated comedy club for nearly 25 years and is located just a ten-minute walk from Central Station and a stone’s throw away from the Palace of Justice (though the Palace has politely requested we stop throwing stones at them).
Like Socrates, Tim van ‘t Hul raises many questions. Questions like: “Why does he talk like that?”, “What happened to his moustache?” and “Did he really just compare himself to Socrates?”
Tim is a young father and an old-school nerd. As such, he loves movies, science, grammar and referring to himself in the third person (he really does). He does not approve of people calling him a hipster, meaning he probably is one and sees the world as a meaningless yet endlessly fascinating place. Tim is cheap, clean and sustainable and is therefore considered by many to be a viable alternative to fossil fuels.
He is half-Polish and half-Dutch. On average, that makes him a German. Kor is a born and raised Amsterdammer. Despite having grown up in relative proximity to the UK, he speaks American English with a Dutch accent. He tries to be vulnerable on stage not because he wants to but because he needs to. He looks like the love child of Richard Branson and Boris Becker. That’s why he needs to.
Zoe Brownstone is a Toronto born comic who has recently made the move to the Netherlands. Back in Canada Zoe was a finalist in the city wide Comedy Brawl competition in the fall of 2018 and has been busy touring around Europe since her move earlier this year.
Follow her along @zoezoehaha/@zoebrownstone & zoebrownstone.com
Zuva Martens is a fluffy stand-up comedian with an edge. A relaxed presence on stage, Zuva finds the funny in his personal life, culture, politics and race, mostly at his own expense. His witty and out-of-the-box punchlines entertain from start to finish, and have made him a mainstay in the English comedy scene.