HP the Half-Asian Comedian - Unofficial Harry Potter Stand-Up Comedy Show in Tallinn

Thursday 22. February at 19:00 - 20:00

Doors: 18:30

Heldeke! • Tööstuse 13, 10413 Tallinn, Harju maakond, Estonia

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Performer: Pascal Hausberger
Genre: Comedy
Language: English
Duration: 60 min
Tickets: starting from 12,49€


If the terms “Hogwarts”, "Quidditch” or “Gryffindor”, DO NOT excite you… please do yourself a favor and DO NOT COME to the show! I’m serious. This type of humor won’t be your cup of tea. BUT if you DO GET EXCITED and LOVE Harry Potter… then this will DEFINITELY interest you!

Pascal about the show:
Hi, my name is Pascal and I too grew up loving Harry Potter. I watch the movies every year for Christmas and read all the books multiple times. As a Stand-Up comedian, I wrote several nerdy jokes on Hogwarts, Dumbledore and the Sorting Hat...but the audience often doesn’t even know what any of that means! Can you believe it?!? Crazy, right?!? For this reason, I wanted to organize a Harry Potter show, exclusively for people who love, understand and want to laugh about this magical world. And after doing the show in front of packed audiences in several cities... the jokes are finally READY for Tallinn!
At the show, I’ll do all of my Harry Potter material and mix in some other of my jokes too. It's gonna be a super Harry Potter-y, enjoyable and fun evening!

About the comedian:
Pascal Hausberger is a Standup Comedian from Austria and Korea (his weight should tell you which Korea it is). He loves peanut butter and dogs (not in that combination, you creep!). Every year he travels to Paris for a cultural trip to Disneyland. He’s still traumatized by his 11th birthday when he did not receive an acceptance letter from Hogwarts.
Pascal has performed on Comedy Central Germany and at more than 1000 shows in 13 countries in Europe so far.

IG: https://www.instagram.com/pascalhausberger

Heldeke! • Tööstuse 13, 10413 Tallinn, Harju maakond, Estonia

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Pascal Hausberger