Urban Deccan Pub (UDP) presents 'The Comedy Quarter'

Urban Deccan Pub

Urban Deccan Pub (UDP) presents 'The Comedy Quarter'

Bar & Restaurant |

Urban Deccan Pub | 4032, 100 Feet Road, next to Domlur Flyover, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560038 |

Feb 13 | 8 p.m.

Ends on: Feb 13


About Urban Deccan Pub (UDP) presents 'The Comedy Quarter'

Bringing to you a night of laughter and unlimited entertainment, The Urban Deccan Pub (UDP) presents 'The Comedy Quarter', a live comedy show featuring a curated line-up of four popular comedians performing their funniest 15 minutes on #QuarterLifeCrisis.

To be hosted by artist Arnav Rao, a practising lawyer & a practising comedian, the show features artists Suhas Navarathna, Pronoy Chowdhury, Harman Preet Singh and Joteen Patro, all of who are perfectly dysfunctionall guys and will leave you in splits with their witty jokes and anecdotes on the crisis of a quarter life.

So come, drop in for an evening of witty humor alongside delectable Udipi bites, as you watch them while they try to make you feel better about your lives. At Urban Deccan Pub on Thursday, 13th February, 8pm onwards.

About the Artists:
Harman Preet Singh, is a comedian who looks older than his age, says things younger than his age! His comedy is loud, personal yet relatable cause mistakes are funny. 

Joteen Patro is socially inactive, calm and composed about everything. His jokes are sometimes dark, sometimes dirty, sometimes insightful but always silly. He started his comedy career in Bengaluru and has already performed across the country, including
the Indian Naval Academy (INA).

Pronoy Chowdhury is a medical writer in the day and a humor writer by night. He talks about all things he finds funny to realise that only he finds those things funny. Pronoy tries hard not to be lovable on stage; unfortunately his humor makes sure he does not succeed.

Suhas Navarathna is an alcohol and applause addict who uses the stage as a medium for his addictions. He performed stand-up for the first time when he was 15 at the Horlicks Whiz Kids Inter school Competition and nailed it. He even tried his hand at engineering but he gave that up because he knew that comedy was always his calling. He has been professionally performing for over 5 years and has performed in over 600 shows in major cities. Being a true Bengalurian, he embraces his mother tongue and has also been doing Kannada stand-up for the past two and half years.