will not be sowing his wild Quaker Oatss
but he will be
"Shot From Cannons"
Almost too the day 24 years after his legendary first appearance in Paris
Monday 14th November
7-30 & 9-15pm 2022
11, rue des Canettes Paris 6
Fresh on the heels of his critically acclaimed memoirs,
Now, Montana’s transatlantic messenger returns with new rants,
another job exceptionally well dungeoned - twice
quite a night with a girl from crew, a heckler from santa cruz
rivers of laughter ouseing out of mesmerised audience
Deputising for Durst
Friday 11 October 2019
(ex La Chapelle)
19, rue de Lappe Paris 11
Will Durst was unable to perform in Paris as expected.
At short notice we have managed to find two great Ameriucan stand-ups to deputize for Durst.
From Wisconsin Ms Jackie Kashian who just so happened to be in town
and the man from Montana Rich Hall Eurostared in from London
'cuase he knew the show must go on.
And what a show it is turned out to be.
Thank you Jackie and Rich
Matters hailed for a record breaking 9th time
the award winning grump meister
photo John Zumpano
Tuesday 14th November 2017
turn up and tune in for Rich's Sold Out Hoedown
La Chapelle des Lombards
19 rue de Lappe Paris 11
Totally agree about:-)
"..last night - it was absolutely fantastic.
Rich Hall at his very best and funniest!
"Thanks a lot for last night. Rich was certainly
on form and confirmed once again he's firmly in my Top 2 of your comedians....."
"Great stuff last night"
"my absent friends ---.they all really wish
they'd been at Rich's tremendous show last Tuesday!"
Laughing Matters in
Paris presents for the 8th
he not only brought the house down he packed it to the rafters
Wednesday 28 October 2015
105, rue du faubourg du Temple Paris 10
These two nights in La Java have to go down as a couple of the best comedy shows I’ve ever put on. Rich being in monumental form and enjoying every minute of performing in front of such a savvy and disparate audience. He just loves coming to Paris and he’s ever welcome.
Thanks to all of you who came and sussed out the seating arrangements, I hope none of you have grounds for complaint.
After last night’s show we came back to the Sound Gallery to unwind and jam with wine, whisky and song thanks to Rich, Rob Armus, Rodolphe Burger, Chris Kenna and Melissa Cox who played some Jimmy Reed, Rolling Stones, John Prine, Gram Parsons, Robert Johnson songs as well as a bunch of originals. Though nothing by a Willie or a Williams!
(You’d have to have been to the show to get that.)
Comments from Rich's 2012 shows
yeah, it was definitely the best one yet. thanks. RH
Just a note to tell you how much my friend, husband, and I enjoyed Tuesday evening!
Thanks Karel - we all had a fantastic evening last night.
Rich was hilarious last night Karel. I'm sooooo glad I didn't take you up on your offer of a front row seat!
very much enjoyed the show - thanks for organising it for us people who have chosen to base ourselves in semi-exile by living in Paris......
Karel - thanks again for putting the shows on!
Well done, Karel. Great show. Richard Hadley
Thank you SOOOO much for organising such a great time - my friends and my first time at your haunt and we had a great time – laughing and laughing - good for the soul especially in mid February
Laughing Matters in Paris presented
23rd February 2011
abetted by Melissa Cox & George Wolfheart
photos Randy Saharuni
"Memorable" Martin Dixon
"An excellent evening! Thanks Karel..." Alex Summerfield
"Hi, Karel. In true British fashion I just want to thank Rich Hall, and of course you, for the best evening we've spent in a long time.
It was non-stop laughter - a class act." Lindsay Lightfoot
Thank you Karel, That was the best show yet!
As I told you, I managed to persuade 5 colleagues to come along and I assure you they were not in the least bit disappointed! " Warren White
" Karel That was an absolutely magic night of comedy by Rich Hall last night. Just wonderful.
Get him back before too long." Richard Hadley
PS I'm only sorry I didn't come Tuesday night too
"That was two "fubits" (units of fun for me)" Justine
"La Java is better for comedy than the Hotel du Nord" Rich Hall
Laughing Matters In Paris Presented for the 5th time
The Mean & Moody Man From Montana
Perrier - Emmy - Time Out - All Round Winner
Tuesday 21 & Wednesday 22 February 2006
click on the photo below and you can not only hear the sound of the shutter
as the actual snap was being snipped but also Rich serenading Helen from Exeter
it ain't jazz but it sure is funny.
my buddah is rich
rich and reg share a chair
laughing matters presents for the 4th
perrier, time out & emmy award winner
tue 17 & wed 18 june 2003
The man who did for stand-up comedy
what Jerry Lee Lewis did for Rock 'n Roll
"I (personally) think Rich Hall is the funniest comedian I have seen at Hotel du Nord" Jon Noble
Laughing Matters presented from America
The Perrier 2000 Award Winner & 2000 Time Out Award Winner
Sunday 10th, Monday 11th & Tuesday 12th June 2001
"Hey karel...i'm there for june...its
my birthday you know...what are the dates 10-12?
lemme know. I'm looking forward to it..".your pal rich
Television fans throughout the world are
well aware of Rich Hall's unique brand of humor.
His appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman,
HBO's Not Necessarily The News and as a cast member of Saturday Night Live have earned him a solid fan base
. As an author, his best-selling books include Sniglets and Self-Help For The Bleak.
What most people don't realize is that first
and foremost, Rich Hall is a stand-up comedian. His shows are as unpredictable
. Well, to put it simply - as unpredictable as trying to have a "normal" conversation with him
. It's impossible to describe his humor, some journalists have made decent attempts by includin
g "wry, thoughtful and a candidly warped view of the world." You could also add "bizarre and non-traditiona"l,
but once that was printed his next show would result in a scramble for different adjectives that were missed the last time around.
And in 1999
12, 13 & 14 December
Otis Lee Crenshaw
and from the back of the room for a few heads and a hat
and he was here in November 1998