School Shows

“Als je iemand wil die op een open en heel heel geestige manier je studenten of scholieren iets kan bijleren over het Engelse taal, dan ben je in heel goede handen met David Talks, een comedian naar mijn hart”

– Nigel Williams.

“David is niet alleen een hele goede comedian, hij is ook een goede leerkracht, hij weet wat er nodig is om de leerlingen te boeien vanaf het eerst moment! Lachen én iets bijleren, de ideale combinatie!”

– William Boeva


Whats it about ?


“David is new here but is loving the land of Chocolate and Beer, but mainly beer. Born on a farm in the hills of Ireland he strives to integrate into a culture of nuance, formalities and customs that would baffle any Irishman.”

Expatie is an interactive Stand Up Comedy show designed for Secondary Schools. Using the mediums of comedy and live music we will explore where the Irish and Belgian culture differ, crossover and intertwine.

As a part of the English curriculum in many schools, English teachers organise contact with natural English speakers. Stand Up Comedy offers an engaging and fun alternative to usual performers or speakers.

Is it any good ?

1” We all loved your show at our school…We would love to book you again for next year … “

2David that was funny,.. very funny “

3“Last year you visited our school …It was a big success.

A sample of the show

Some Schools I have performed in

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Why Stand Up Comedy?Screen Shot 2016-08-31 at 15.51.40

Stand Up Comedy has a growing popularity right now, and that is down to the growing number of school-going fans of comedians on stage and TV.

So what better way to inspire and motivate your students by having a stand up performance in their own school as an English lesson!

The format is simple, one 45 – 50 min performance with a 10 – 15 min AMA (Ask Me Anything ) session where I invite students to interact and ask me questions on ANY subject. The show has alot of audience interaction, so don’t get too comfy, you could be on stage with me.