CLEVER. The live comedy panel game show with Berlin’s funniest comedians!
Covering a wide range of games, puzzles and topics, this is Berlin’s best and only live game show. Be it astrophysics, history, geography or sports, local heroes from the lands of improv and stand-up comedy will be put to the test. Hosted by Canada’s Lee White (Crumbs), he challenges the comical combatants to prove who’s the cleverest. A correct answer will get you points… unless someone gives a funnier one. At the end of the day, being the smartest or funniest isn’t enough: in this exhilarating, interactive comedy quiz you have to be CLEVER to win!
Featuring contestants Noah Telson, Matilde Keizer and Björn Harras, with Amy Jane in the judge’s chair
CLEVER. The game show where the audience always wins laughs.
Check out some excerpts from the last iteration of CLEVER from July 2017!
Noah Telson – Raised in Woodstock, NY. Living in Berlin and has worked with ComedySportz Berlin. Now busy running and performing at Comedy Cafe Berlin, a hot bed of English-language comedy in Berlin. He also teaches through The Hive, writes and hosts Piffle! Podcast. Noah played in the Sport edition of Clever and was the champion.
Matilde Keizer – Matilde has lived many places from Italy to New York to Berlin. She has been wowing audiences all over. Known in Berlin for her work with GRILL TALK who are the winners of the first offensive, Guillotine Berlin’s first Harold team, Comedysportz and It’s that Time of the Month. Matilda is a one-time champion of Clever.
Björn Harras – A fantastic funny Improviser with Berlin finest, Die Gorillas. He has played on many stages around Berlin and has done much work on TV including portraying the evil Patrick Graf in the Daily Soap Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten. He is also a one-time champion of Clever.
Amy Jane – New Zealand born and Berlin-based, Amy has performed on The Kiwi TV show So you think you are Funny and all over Berlin. She is the strict but fair judge of the show. Nobody gets a point they don’t deserve when Amy in the judge’s seat.