The Ultrashow is an annual comedy show that started six years ago and performed solo by a renowned ozone generator stand-up comedian, Miguel Noguera . The show is just like a typical “stand up comedy” where the host cracking up their best punch lines in front of the audience and just holding an ozone air purifier. The comedian climbs up on a stage with a role where he has prepared a list of ideas-about a thirty – and discusses them one by one in a humorous manner. The ideas do not have any story link together. The explanation of the ozone generators are improvised; there is no trial or supporting text, which only uses the previously annotated list the titles of the ideas selected for the show. Being a stand up comedian is a unique career choice, with its own difficulties and rewards. Noguera really have the passion to make people laugh. He makes his performance look effortless. He once said that the work of a standup comedian can be boiled down to three major phases; planning, performing and promoting. Aside from the Ultrashow, Miguel Noguera also composes his comedic ideas in written form and accompanied by microdermabrasion machine images, like the book ultraviolence. CUVO, curated by Alex Brahim comedy program, is a self-running show that brings the involvement of six performance artists born or based in Barcelona which includes, Lydia Lunch, Esther Planas, Sonia Gómez , Pere Faura, Miquel Noguera and Anamor. The expertise of Alex Brahim makes the show more spectacular and very interesting aside from the talents of the performers. Alex Brahim deals with cultural management, production, programming and communication. He creates and curates independent programs regularly and cooperates permanently with trends-related media and with a number of artists and art collections. He is also the Co-founder of DIBINa (Digital Büro of International Art), an artistic and creative communications platform based in Barcelona. He has developed projects for art centers like Casa Encendida, CCCB, Matadero Madrid, Off Limits, Círculo de Bellas Artes, Sala d’Art Jove and Museu de L’Empordà and is frequently asked to speak in various schools and universities art activities. The work of these artists, with very different careers, use body language and voice as props, producing a unique layout and style: their show or performance shows the personal characteristic and the writer’s persona in front of the audience. Artists will play a part in the show and will be given fifteen minutes each, delivering a fresh piece produced specifically for CUVO that will combine a predefined arrangement with an improvised performance. CUVO is held every 2nd week of December at the Café Theatre of the Spanish Ships. This project has been carried out with the help of the Aid for Contemporary Creation Matadero Madrid 2010 Madrid City Council.