Monday "Club" Evenings
...and finding us
The Zurich Comedy Club meets on Monday Evenings.
Potential new members are always welcome. (Please see details below for appropriate evenings.)
All events take place at:
St Andrew's Community Centre
8001 Zurich - see map (right)
Doors open around 19.00 for an informal get-together. Start is at 19:30 unless otherwise indicated.
Play readings organised and read by members. Newcomers will not be asked to read initially. Nearest tram stop Kunsthaus.
Monday, 26 February 2018
Night of January 16th by Ayn Rand
The court hears the case of Karen Andre, who is accused of murdering Bjorn Faulkner. The play does not directly portray the events leading to Faulkner`s death, instead the audience as jury must rely on character testimony to decide whether Andre is guilty. The play's ending depends on the verdict.
Monday, 5 March 2018
The Curious Incident of The Dog in The Night-Time adapted by Simon Stephen from Mark Haddon's award-winning novel
Fifteen year old Christopher is determined to discover who killed the neighbour's dog. Although alone he has never ventured further than the corner of his street, Christopher's detective work ends up taking him on a frightening journey that 'tears apart his once familiar world' ... a richly theatrical exploration of this touching and bleakly humorous story.
Monday, 12 March 2018.
Two One Act Plays for STOK and All Things Theatrical
One For The Road by Harold Pinter
Victor, an intellectual, his wife Gila and their young son are interrogated by a government official, a Grand Inquisitor determined to protect the State from dissent. But is there a personal motive in the background? Will Right triumph over Might? Who will be the 'Victor'?
The Lunch Hour by John Mortimer
A man and a young woman arrive at a small, privately run London hotel in their lunch hour in order to have some privacy and express their love. The man has had to fabricate a story in order to get the room. Things start to unravel after the landlady helpfully offers tea to the worn out ‘wife’ who's travelled from the North to meet her husband.
Monday, 19 March 2018
The Garden Party by Jimmie Chinn & Hazel Wyld
Jan is holding a birthday party for her husband Richard who is turning 70 years old. She has invited their three children to join in the festivities. Richard’s older sister Hettie and their neighbour Eunice are also part of the fun. That is until the oldest son Ben arrives with a stranger - or is he?
Monday, 26 March 2018
Beautiful Thing by Jonathan Harvey
Jaime lives with his mum Sandra and her younger boyfriend in a low-rise block of flats in Thamesmead, London. Living next door is the rowdy Leah, who has been expelled from school and spends her days sunning herself and listening to Mama Cass. And on the other side is Ste. His father’s anger means that he often hides out in Jaime and Sandra’s flat, spending the night there to escape being beaten.