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Wednesday 8th March 2017, Andorra Kino, Eerikinkatu 11, 00100 Helsinki.

We are proud to announce the first of our English language comedy night’s in downtown Helsinki featuring some amazing talent from across Europe. Early bird tickets start at 12,50€ (until 6th January) and can be purchased from our ticketing site at

Sean McLoughlin is now widely considered to be one of biggest talents currently working in U.K. stand-up.
Sean’s ascendancy has been cemented by recent appearances on Russell Howard’s Stand-Up Central and Comedy Central Live At The Comedy Store, as well as high-profile tour supports for Ricky Gervais, Doc Brown and Katherine Ryan. A regular at the U.K’s finest comedy clubs, he has previously appeared at the Cat Laughs Comedy Festival in Kilkenny and the Vodafone Comedy Festival in Dublin, as well as shows in every Scandinavian country, Brussels, Croatia and The Netherlands.

‘The best comedian you haven’t heard of yet’ – Mark Watson
‘A terrifically intense, eloquent hour of comedy’ – Independent
‘Never less than compelling’ – The List
‘The stand-out stand-up’ – Evening Standard
‘Sean McLoughlin has ‘it’ and is more than willing to continuously punch it in the face.’ – Doc Brown


Originally from Nottingham, Sarah Keyworth is fast-becoming a regular on the London circuit and has recently supported Stewart Francis on tour. Her material is a mix of honest anecdotal storytelling about her Midlands upbringing, made surreal with the occasional addition of a silly observation. She delivers sharp lines with a cheeky smile and moments of sudden deadpan that leave the audience wanting more.

Charming” – The Independent
“Pulling in the biggest laughs” – Three Weeks
“Excellently deadpan” – Huffington Post


Aatu looks like the police and talks like a criminal who is trying to reverse the judgment. Aatu was selected in 2013 as the comedy newcomer of the year. He has performed extensively around the Finnish circuit and also in Russia, Germany, Denmark and Estonia.


David did his first standup show in 2008 and has since performed at a number of comedy festivals, a single episode of a reality TV-show, as well as in the second floor laundry room in the building where he lives. Slightly introverted but funny, David is regarded as one of the hardest trying comedians in the business today.


We would like to thank our sponsor for the evening, Omena Hotels.