The gastrobar stand-up program in Foz do Iguaçu will feature comedians who work in the city and region. After all, laughter brings lightness to the soul.
It can be said that the origin of stand up comedy In the late 19th century, entertainment customs in the United States. An example of this is the humorous monologue, when comedians of this manner were still seen as tellers of jokes and anecdotes without much recognition.
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in despite of shows of solo comedy in Brazil from the 1960s stand up comedy It only began to become popular in the 2000s. On this level, the main attractions are Fabio Porchat, Danilo Gentilly, Rufinha Bustos, Diogo Portugal, and others known nationally.
Since Soy Loco Por Ti is also culture, and still loves to bring entertainment to its audience, the gastropub from Iguaçu hosts this Friday, the 28th, Comedy Night, which brings together artists from the arts stand up, After all, laughing brings lightness to the soul and relieves people’s stress. It is the perfect combination of a Latin menu, drinks, a themed atmosphere and lots of laughs.
Meetings with laughter and humor at Soy Loco Por Ti will take place once a month, always on Thursdays. Comedy Night was created about a year ago by comedians from Foz do Iguaçu Lucas Tesche, Tavinho and Thiago Dantas. Over the past three years, he has performed in bars and hotels in the region.
“Comedy Night at Soy Loco is one way to contribute to opening up spaces for this artistic and entertainment genre,” explains Gastropub director Chris Palomo. “With it, new comedians appear or expand their audiences”, he says.
face to face with the public
comic difference stand up It is the novelty, the surprise, in which the characters present themselves to the public with a clean face. The repertoire of these artists excludes anecdotes and classic parlor jokes that hurt people with parrots and blondes, for example.
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Soy Loco Por Tee – affectionately called “Soy” and “Soy Loco” – is one of the most Latin American environments on the three borders of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, located in the center of Foz do Iguaçu. The proposal is to spread the gastronomy and culture of the nations and peoples of Latin America.
Residents of Foz do Iguaçu and the city on the trinational border, as well as tourists, enjoy a comfortable and pleasant atmosphere, which is decorated with great care and good taste. Every day of the week, a promotion invites you on a gastronomic journey through Latin American spices.
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Rua Marechal Floriano Piccoto, 2222 – Downtown – Foz do Iguaças
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