Daily Show host Trevor Noah will perform on stage in Amsterdam next year during his Loud & Clear Tour. The 36-year-old South African comedian will make his return to the Ziggo Dome just over a year after his last appearance there, the venue said, a sell-out show that earned several glowing reviews.
Canadian comedian Russell Peters and American comedian Kevin Hart will both be performing in Amsterdam this year.
The Ziggo Dome is on Peters' schedule for April 30th, according to Carbaret Info. This show forms part of his 'Deported World Tour', which takes him to 34 countries across the world. This is Peters' third visit to the Netherlands. In 2013 his show in the AFAS Live sold out completely. Presale of tickets for the Ziggo Dome show in April starts on Friday. Ticket prices range between 40 euros and 54 euros.
Ticket sales for two international acts in the Netherlands start today. From 10:00 a.m. tickets are available for the The Rolling Stones performance in the Johan Cruyff Arena, formerly the Amsterdam ArenA, on September 30th. And from 1:00 p.m. you can buy tickets for the Chris Rock show in the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam on October 8th.
Rotterdam lawyer Ejder Kose is helping Turkish-Dutch to press charges against comedian Hans Teeuwen for insults he made in an interview with RTL Nieuws.
The 75-year-old legend John Cleese has announced that he will be putting five stops in the Netherlands as part of his, “The Last Time To See Me Before I Die” tour. The comedian/writer/actor/director will be telling anecdotes about his career and personal life, and audience members will have the opportunity to ask him questions as well.
Dutch female comedian Adèle Bloemendaal suffered an intense stroke, and had to be taken into hospital where she has now come out of her coma, De Telegraaf reports. The 81-year old is currently working on rehabilitation, but doctors are hesitant to say if she will ever speak again.
The Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWa) has brought an unexpected visit to the broadcaster VPRO in response to 'the smoke incident’ during Zomergasten. Two staff inspected the studio of Zomergasten names and even took a look at the ashtray where Hans Teeuwen put off his cigarette.
The broadcaster made a video of the visit and put it on their website. "The NVWa spoke with editor Peter van Ingen and then inspected the studio. Based on the visit, a report will be created, which will be the base for the final decision,” according to the VPRO.