Entertainer Thomas Hermanns, who will moderate the "Quatsch Comedy Club" for the last time this Monday (December 12) in Berlin, advises younger people in the industry to be more courageous. "You should always go on stage with the craziest idea and just try it out without calculating what will happen," said Hermanns of the German Press Agency. The 59-year-old opened the first "Quatsch Comedy Club" in Hamburg 30 years ago and thus introduced the US concept of stand-up comedy to this country.
"At the time, many people said that Germany didn't need stand-up comedy. But in the end, an entire industry grew out of this crazy idea." That's why he can only encourage the younger generation to simply try an idea.
In the farewell edition "Bye Bye Thomas" guests include Chris Tall, Atze Schröder, Tahnee and Oliver Pocher. It will be recorded at the Theater am Potsdamer Platz in Berlin and will be broadcast on ProSieben on December 29th. Hermanns remains connected to the club as a creative head. At the beginning of 2023 he will also moderate the new edition of "Wheel of Fortune" on RTLzwei.
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