Dude, Where's My Karma?
Written & Performed by Fedor Ikelaar
Fedor Comedy - Amsterdam, The Netherlands
V.2 - MTC Up the Alley 
Ever had a road trip go so wrong you ended up in a war? Fedor has. And it was the least of his worries.
Dutch comedian Fedor Ikelaar, loved by audiences from Kathmandu to Cape Town, tells his Forrest Gump-like true story of searching for direction, only to stumble from one bizarre adventure to the next: from unintentionally relocating to Nepal to becoming a university teacher of a language he doesn't know. Until it's all decided in Ukraine.
Next level comedy - Kathmandu Times
Jokes that must be told - Ukrainian TV

Fedor Ikelaar

Fedor Ikelaar

Show Info:
75 Minutes


Coarse Language

Wed July 19 9:45 PM
Thu July 20 6:15 PM*
*(2 for $12)
Fri July 21 4:45 PM
Sat July 22 1:00 PM
Wed July 26 6:15 PM
Thu July 27 11:15 AM
Sat July 29 7:45 PM
Sun July 30 2:30 PM

Dude, Where’s My Karma?

Fedor Comedy—MTC Up the Alley

If you’re in the mood for a wonderful, straight up comedy show, this will do beautifully! Fedor Ikelaar, originally from Amsterdam, says he couldn’t afford to live in the Netherlands and now resides in, of all places, Bulgaria.

He’s affable, engaging, and delivers a rewarding show that will leave you smiling. His charming accent doesn’t hurt either. He covers a wide range of topics and gives the audience an interesting insight into life in other countries. He’s genuinely thrilled to be doing his first Canadian show and you won’t regret taking this in. You can even learn what a ‘swaffle‘ is. Don’t even try to guess.

Lisa Campbell

Fedor Comedy

Dude, Where’s My Karma?—MTC Up the Alley

Comments from the audience after the 1st try-out:

“A laughter filled journey that ends with look inside the reality of the war in Ukraine. Sincere, hilarious and kind.” – Alice (U.K.)

“Never before have I been so captivated and touched during a comedy show, why is this not on Netflix?” – David (US)

“Besides just being hilarious it had all the ingredients I really appreciate: intelligent humour, authenticity, self-irony and a profound message at the end!” – Irina (MD)