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January 17, 2018 16:37
Yohay Sponder performing in London

Yohay Sponder performing in London. (photo credit: YOUTUBE SCREENSHOT)

 
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Israeli comedians Shachar Hason, Yohay Sponder and Yossi Tarabulus released a documentary this week of their trip to London during the Comedy International Conference that took place last October.

These three comedians take a weekly break from performing in Hebrew, and whip out their jokes in Tel Aviv every Monday in English, in a show entitled "Funny Monday."



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Funny Monday in LONDON Full Movie: HASON , TARABLUS and SPONDER (YouTube/Sponder Yohay)

 

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