Hello world! Here’s another stand up comedy video from a performance from the international comedy night in Maastricht. Me, Manuel Wolff, a german stand up comic, who loves to perform in english, tells you about flirting with women on facebook and how to meet girls, involving dogs, little children and a dolphin. This was recorded in Maastricht, enjoy!
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This is german comedian Manuel Wolff performing in english at the International Comedy Night in Maastricht, talking about the german love for complaints and David Hasselhoff and why the hell they always say „früher war alles besser“ – „in the past everything was better.“. Please share the video, if you like it!
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So, here’s all three parts of me, Manuel Wolff, a german comedian, having my first gig in english. Which part do you like best? Share the part you like best on Facebook!
Please note: This was my first gig in english, but not my last. After this performance, I started to stand up comedy in english more often and I love to travel and can be booked. Simply drop me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to contact me.
Here’s the second part of me, several years ago, with the first time I did comedy in english, a performance at Johnny Hollywood’s Comedy Night in Cologne in front of expats from the USA, Canada, Britain, Australia, etc… it was tons of fun! What do you think? Do germans have a sense of humor?
As promised for a long time, I wanted to tell you about my recent trip to London, to do some more stand up comedy in english. Being a german comedian it’s a thrill to perform in another language, so I was happy that I could add gigs in Maastricht and Paris as well. Here’s the first part of my travel report, with all the hooplaha (great word, isn’t it?) of changing trains in an odyssee through the netherlands, belgium and france, the Thalys, the Eurostar, Brussels, Bruxelles, the chunnel and then London with a couchsurfing eurovision song contest party and rollercoasters in thorpe park, with finding the house of my youth and of course, also performing. Yay!
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Hello people from earth! I’ve been doing stand up in English for a couple of years now and am leaving my lovely town of Cologne for a nice week of English performances in Maastricht, Paris and London tomorrow, so I thought it would be nice to take a look back at the very first performance I did in English:
This is from „Hollywood’s Comedy Night“, a monthly English comedy show created and hosted by american Comedian Johnny Hollywood in Cologne, Germany, where he invites british & american comedians to perform for expats living in Cologne.
And also gave me the chance to tryout performing stand up in a foreign language, as English is a foreign language to me, as I am a german stand up comic, yes, we exist.
So enjoy the clip and subscribe the youtube channel „hello, germany“ because the will be more coming and please leave a comment 🙂
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