Ephraim Kishon (1924–2005), born as Ferenc Hoffmann in Budapest, was one of the most successful humourists and authors of the 20th century. With his anecdotes and jokes, he uncovered unpleasant truths, attacked stupidity, intolerance and complacency, but also showed understanding for the weaknesses of human nature. His family-, bureaucracy – and travel-stories always caused freeing laughter amongst his readers. The actor and prize winner of the “Kleinkunstpreis” 2004 Philipp Sonntag reads and accompanies himself on his mouth organ.
Blues im BlaumilchkanalMusically underlined reading of Ephraim Kishons “The Big Dig” with Philipp Sonntag SUN 12.11.2017 (11:00 am)
Entry 10 € plus ticket and advance booking fees
Tickets available here