FAQ

  • When is the show?
    • Every 3rd thuseday of the month. Check out our Facebook page for the details (we start at 20h)
  • Where is the show?
    • Ritcs Café, dansaertstraat 70 in Brussels check out the venue info.
  • Will I be able to catch te last train to Antwerp/Leuven/Gent?
    • Depending on how much beer you drink…yes, probably.
  • Is the venue wheelchair accessible?
    • Yes it is, make sure to mention you‘re bringing your own ride so we can provide a spot close to the stage with good visibility.
  • Are all the shows in English?
    • Yes, that’s kind of our “thing”!
  • Is it difficult to understand the English show?
    • Not really and if you don’t get the joke just laugh along, have a beer, no one will notice
  • I am deaf. Do you have a sign language interpreter?
    • No we have not. But we love to try it! Contact us if you know someone. (we are able to plug in remote hearing aids…but beware our technician is a Phill Collins fan so remember to turn it off during the intermission)
  • Do you have giftvouchers?
    • We do! Use the contact form to send us your adress and we send you a pretty silver envelope containing a gift voucher and a bunch of confetti.
  • What kind of audience comes to your shows?
    • Everyone from students to locals and expats. We usually have every age group and +/-20 nationalities covered.
  • Can I pay with my card at the venue?
    • No you can not. However the friendly people of KBC installed a cashmachine across the street.
  • What special Belgian beers do you have?
    • That’s the trade secret of our barman Steven, each month he carefully selects new ones.
  • I’m running late do you mind if I bring in my take-out food?
    • Nope, just make sure to finish it before the show starts or share it with us (we like burgers).
  • What is the great intro tune that I keep hearing?
    • That is the song ‘stand-up’ by The Prodigy (see what we did there?)
  • What is Els’ real hair color?
    • Alongside the Bermuda Triangle, the Loch Ness monster and Stonehenge it’s one of the worlds big mysteries.
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