Pikkujoulu Time Dec 20th! English Night at Apollo feat. Nigel Williams (UK/BE)

Sami Hedberg and Louis Zezeran are proud to present two of the biggest headliners at one of the coolest comedy venues in Helsinki.

Our biggest show gets even bigger for January as we present a huge Pikkujoulu show! This month we have two great comedians, Nigel Williams from England and Christian Schulte-Loh from Germany! Oh yes a German comedian, game on!

Tickets are 17€/14€ + service fees and available at Lippupiste and Tiketti!



Belgiums ‘no holds barred’ comedian. If you like your comedy a bit rough around the edges ,you’re gonna love this guy. Nigels act is full of energy and healthy misanthropic rants, lots of improvisation and audience participation guaranteed. ‘Like a long distance sprint of laughs with no final destination’.

He was born in Bristol UK and left school at 15, worked as factory worker/ union organiser and barkeeper before taking up stand-up comedy. His first show was called ‘The Penis Monologue’ most recent show is called ‘Believe me!!’ (about religion and other fables). Nigel has won the prestigious Belgian Humos Comedy Cup in 2000 and since then has twice been voted Comedian of the year.

He has performed in Holland, England, Scotland more recently Denmark and Sweden and is best known in Belgium for the political and social content of his humor.




Christian Schulte-Loh is an international stand-up act from Germany that has performed in clubs and at festivals in more than a dozen countries.

Christian regularly performs at the biggest clubs in the UK, Germany and on the European circuit. He has been called “a funny German – the only one!” (KKUNST MAGAZINE, Belgium), and THE SPECTATOR wrote about him: “one of the most subversive acts ever”.

Christian performs in three languages: English, German and Spanish. He has toured the world, won several awards (including “King Gong” at London’s Comedy Store) and regularly appears at the Edinburgh Fringe.



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