With over 400reviews from over 30 countries: Hungry Hungry Dragon is a show that appeals to an international minded crowd.
Date: Sunday (17th of November) 8:00 – 10:00 pm
Venue: Incognito Club, Debrecen (11/a Eötvös street)
Program: English Standup – Dragos – Hungry Hungry Dragon in Debrecen.
Having started off in Singapore, Dragos touches on:
* language barriers
* cultural identity in a global world
* emotional limitations and
* religious pressures
* East European and slavic culture
Come check out the show that has been described as:
“super fun and very educational” – Daniela, Lausanne
“Elegant and funny. It’s a rare case.” – Albina, Bonn
“lovely and definitely relatable to any global citizen out there!” -Beena, Morocco
“The show in Munich was brilliant- insightful, contextual and downright hilarious! “ – Alysha, Munich
“cross cultural perspectives handled with care and humour are so so needed in our world”- Susanne, Copenhagen
“the perfect mix of multicultural comedy, dark humour and crowd work” – Michael, Rotterdam
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Who is Dragos?
A: A citizen of the world that appeals to an international minded crowd, Dragos is a Romanian standup comedian who started his comedy journey in the wonderful country of Singapore, one of the most vibrant standup scenes in Asia!
Based out of Berlin – Dragos is one the first Comedians in Europe to write and perform material exclusively for Europe in English
Q: What kind of comedy is it?
A: The comedy has been described as Cute but Dark and focused on culture, emotional trouble, and emotional limitations.
Q: What language is this show in?
A: The show is fully in English
Q: Is someone going on me if I sit in front?
A: No, the show is very friendly
Q: Is it vulgar comedy?
A: Dragos’s comedy is more cultural in nature and focuses on differences between European cultures, it is not vulgar.
Q: Where has Dragos performed?
A: Over 30 countries around the world and more than 50 cities in Europe.
Q: What can I expect to learn at this show?
A: Hungry Hungry Dragon is a show that documents Dragos’s journey through the world from Romanian to UK to Japan, Singapore, Estonia and Germany so you can expect to learn a bit about tall the places and with the show receiving more then 240 reviews you can expect it to be a cultural experience.
Q: Can I bring my dog to the show?
A: 100% YES 🙂
Q: I tagged a friend how can I get the discount?
A: We will send you the code to anyone that comments or tags on the event.