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, April 1
Woman in Mind by Alan Ayckbourn – a play reading
Susan finds herself middle-aged, in a loveless marriage to a boring cleric with a son who does not speak to her anymore and despairs on how she got there. After getting knocked out by stepping on the tooth end of a garden rake, she experiences hallucinations of an ideal family. However, as the play unfolds, she loses control of her fantasy.
Monday, April 8
An Evening of Short Scenes
Monday, April 15
My Friend Miss Flint by Donald Churchill and Peter Yeldham – a play reading
When Tom receives a call one morning from Inland Revenue about a Miss Flint he can honestly say he has never heard of her. By lunchtime, however he knows Miss Flint has been invented by his ex-wife and accountant Sarah as a tax dodge. How Tom and Sarah get out of this tricky situation provides some sparkling moments in this entertaining comedy.
Monday, April 22
Easter Monday – No reading
Monday, April 29
Searching for Dr. Branovic by David Tristram – a candidate for production November 2019
Emma mourns the sudden and unexpected death of her husband. But all is not as it seems and, deep in the bowels of a nearby hospital, something stirs. Enter Detective Inspector Monroe, the grumpy beleaguered detective soon finds himself right in the middle of a mystery which threatens to unhinge his sanity.
Deathtrap by Ira Levin – a candidate for production November 2019
Unknown dramatist Clifford Anderson has sent his new thriller to award-winning Broadway author Sidney for comment. Without a success to his credit for some years, Sidney plots with his reluctant wife Myra about how best to plagiarize 'Deathtrap'. When Clifford turns up to discuss the play, events take a sinister turn.