The performance is part of a series of comedy monologues which will continue up until March 2014
The acclaimed Comedy Zoo programme at the Club Capitol, a series of monologues that has featured some of the biggest names in the country, has begun its tenth season.
On the 8th, 9th and 10th of November, Rober Bodegas will be performing El umbral de la estupidez (The threshold of stupidity), a monologue used that the comedian employs to reflect on what would happen if humanity became a little more stupid every day. In line with the characteristic style of humour of the series, the Galician comedian, who is also known for his television appearances, delivers a sarcastic and ironic dissertation on contemporary society and the modern world.
Another of the most popular monologists of the moment, Iñaki Urrutia, a radio and television collaborator and author of one of the most acclaimed performances on the Madrid stage, Maldito Narajito, will be performing for the first time in the Barcelona Comedy Zoo from the 22nd to the 24th of November.
Over the last weekend of November one of the familiar faces at the Comedy Zoo, Toni Moog, will be performing his revised classic Blanca Navidad (White Christmas), a hilarious and irreverent perspective on all things relating to the Christmas Spirit.
Up until March next year, the Comedy Zoo will be hosting performances by comedians Raúl Cimas and Julián López, who together will be performing Toda la verdad sobre el oso hormiguero (All you ever wanted to know about anteaters, 17/01 to 19/01), Miguel Martín and Raúl Pérez (7/02 to 9/02), Joaquín Reyes, who will be presenting a new routine (21/02 to 23/02), and Pablo Chiapello (28/02 to 2/03).
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