The best English-language comedy nights in Prague

These are some of the best regular English-language standup comedy nights the Czech capital has to offer Staff

Written by Staff Published on 01.09.2020 17:13:00 (updated on 19.09.2020) Reading time: 3 minutes

Standup comedy has taken off across the globe over recent decades, and even become a regular staple on the Prague scene even if the city has yet to debut a dedicated comedy club.

There are a number of great regular standup comedy nights at venues across the Czech capital, including those that are presented in English. Both Czech and expat comics frequently feature among the rosters, and traditionally give the shows some unique local flavor.

We’ve put together the below list with some of our favorites. While live events are currently on the downswing due to the developing COVID-19 situation in the Czech Republic, these are some Prague’s hottest standup nights to keep an eye out for in the future.

Velvet Comedy Club

via Velvet Comedy Club / Facebook

Established in 2017 and billed as the first regular English-language standup comedy show in Prague, Velvet Comedy Club is still going strong despite the current COVID-19 situation.

Currently, Velvet has weekly comedy nights at the Ty kávo! coffee shop in Prague 5. Previously, the Club was a mainstay at the Czech Inn hostel on Krymská, where it may return in the future.

Tickets to Velvet Comedy Club shows can be booked via GoOut, and typically run 150 crowns. Keep an eye out for other special shows including Roast Battles, and appearances in other cities: beyond Prague, Velvet Comedy Club has also put together shows in Brno and Bratislava.


Comedy Prague

via Facebook / Comedy Prague

Founded by Irish standup Luke Ryan, Comedy Prague organizes weekly comedy nights at different locations throughout the city. In addition to standup nights featuring some of the city’s top local performers, Comedy Prague also features regular Open Mic nights where you can get up on stage.

Despite the current COVID-19 regulations, Comedy Prague is still organizing shows, with recent standup nights at London Underground Bar and Vinohrady’s California Republic.

Blood, Love & Rhetoric’s Thursday Comedy Brew

via Facebook / A Maze in Tchaiovna

Prague’s English-language theater troupe Blood, Love & Rhetoric puts on a weekly improv night that combines both American and British styles and mixes in a professional theater feel with its cast of talented actors and actresses.

Taking place every Thursday at popular Prague cafe A Maze in Tchaiovna, seating is extremely limited due to current COVID-19 regulations and booking in advance is a must.

The Gay Agenda

via Facebook / The Gay Agenda

The Czech capital’s first (and only) LGBT comedy troupe was created last year by Prague expat Jackson Smith, and showcases underrepresented talent while raising funds for local charities including Jsme fer and TransParent.

You can read more about the inspiration behind The Gay Agenda, and what’s in store for the future, in our Q&A conducted earlier this year.

Follow The Gay Agenda on Facebook to stay up to date with future shows.

Underground Comedy

via Facebook / Underground Comedy

Prague’s premiere Czech-language stand-up comedy night, Underground Comedy features some of the city’s top up-and-coming comics, with a regular roster of talented local performers.

Keep an eye out: Underground also put together the occasional English-language show.

Follow Underground Comedy on Facebook for future shows, and learn more about their standup shows and performers via their official website.

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