Extremely Interactive Shows..

CASE STUDY >> We kinda get in your face in a friendly way. We respect those that don't want to participate, we're not here to publicly shame you or embarrass you, we want you to have a good time, but sometimes some people are basically "Up for it". They want to be a part of the show and have a bit of fun with us. In Ireland we call it banter. Interactive Moments Writing Sentences ...
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Native English Speaking Comedians

Meet the Comedians David Talks Best Known for his one man School show "Expatie" has been performing stand up comedy since 2010, playing all over Europe in Clubs, Pubs, Schools, Universities and events delivering improvised mayhem and stand up comedy.     Tristan Barber  Tristan is a comedian, improviser, writer and performer on The Schuman Show and a member of the Brussels English standup comedy s...
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Entertaining the most highly qualified unemployed people in the country , the PostDoc Community @ Ghent University

Standup comedy antwerpen
When I met with PostDoc Pres/ Chemist / Mentor / fellow Expat César "he joked that the postdoc community are the most highly qualified unemployed people in the country... It's quite a confusing and insecure position to be in , you're not quite employed and you're not really a student... but your also essential to the education system mentoring the new generation of researchers, while also w...
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English Comedy Shows for Schools

BOOKING & QUOTATIONS Why Have our Shows in your School [ap_column_wrap] [ap_column span="2"] 6 Reasons it works!​ This Show Motivates : Speech & Interaction in English. Native English Speakers : We're Irish & Canadian. Very Interactive : Audience participation through improv. Cultural Exchange : You will learn about our countries Less Expensive : than a Theatre Group Mor...
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Clearing its name – Momo Tegen Pesten

Momo tegen pesten
In a surprise move the icon known as Momo has sprung back against critics who say that Momo is part of a bullying app which encourages children to selfharm and commit suicide. "The Flemish kids TV station "Ketnet" has launched an anti bullying campaign where all children are encouraged to show that they are against bulling by drawing 4 dots on your hand. The campaign has nationwide support an...
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