Humor is the new age stress reliever. Worried about an upcoming deadline at the office? Go watch a comedy show. Is your crush not replying to your text messages? Well, laugh at the situation, or at least try to.
Amusing oneself has always been a part of daily life, but now it has even become a profession. Yes, stand-up culture has rapidly spread across the country gripping the attention of every soul that stays updated with the latest pop-culture universe. But, while talent is abundant out there, not every unique content and a presenter receives a life-time opportunity to showcase their talent in front of the right audience. This is why Chennai’s CounterCulture Comedy Club (CCCC) was set up with 150-seats. Earlier a pub or more precisely, a venue for budding talents to showcase their brilliance in music, theater, stand-up, and more, CounterCulture established a comedy club in 2019 in Chennai.
Synonymous to its name, CounterCulture Comedy Club has mixed various stand-up cultures from around other Indian cities and materialized an environment where humor is accessible to all. An intimate and exclusively a comedy club, CounterCulture Comedy Club believes one single mantra, “No alcohol, no kitchen, no fire, no fuss, just playfulness that knows its context well.” Isn’t that what every day must feel like? CounterCulture Comedy Club has cracked the code and has had comedy shows lined up for months, details of which are available on their website along with tickets. So, you might as well book one now!
But wait, CounterCulture Comedy Club is just a small yet significant section of a well-known company, the CounterCulture Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. While the comedy club came into being recently in Chennai, one of its kind, CounterCulture Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. had been in the business of music, gaming, theater, and more for long. In short, if the young audience of the country resonates with the content, then CounterCulture brings it to them.
So, Chennai folks brace yourself for a no-nonsense and serious comedy to come your way as the club conducts events from Thursday to Sunday. Isn’t it the best way to spend the weekend, anyway?