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ED2012 Comedy Review: 5-Steps To Being German 2.0 – Free (Paco Erhard / Free Festival)

By | Published on Sunday 19 August 2012

According to Paco Erhard, there are actually more than five steps to becoming German, but if you’re worried about that then you’re already too German. Indeed the show is more a playful and riotous look at German and British stereotypes than a rule book for the German psyche. Erhard aims to prove that not everyone hates Germans and that the Brits can be just as annoying. Eventually the ‘Nazi/You-beat-us-in-the-World-Wars’ jokes start to get a bit samey, especially as Erhard discusses the need for the Germans to create a new national history they can be proud of. Nevertheless, this is a triumphant return for Erhard. Make sure you get there early for a seat!

Laughing Horse @ The Counting House, 2-26 August, 7.00pm.
tw rating 3/5 | [Anna McDonald]


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