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A (very brief) History of German Humour

German comedian Paco Erhard loves Australia – you’re feckin' weird! And now he shares his results of five years’ observing you in your natural habitat... 

And let’s face it, Germany in the last 5 years has undergone an image change from “probably nazis” to “beacon of the free world”, he’ll act accordingly, say what’s what, end the madness, bring it all back on track and save Australia. How hard can it be?

You will laugh. If you want. Zis is not an order.



With his “sidesplittingly funny and violently politically incorrect humour” (The Argus, UK), Paco has won Australian hearts since 2012. A master of mischief who “knows Australia almost painfully well” (Rip It Up), his shows sell out all over the world.

Best known for his 2012 solo show 5-Step Guide to Being German, his more recent solo shows (like Paco Erhard: Djerman Unchained and Paco Erhard: Worst. German. Ever.) have made him equally famous for his biting social satire, intercultural comedy and mischievous charm.

Paco has appeared on BBC One television as well as on TV and radio in Australia, Canada, England, Scotland, New Zealand and Germany. Considered “one of the best cultural comedians in the world” (Rip It Up, Australia), he was nominated for the Fringe World Best Comedy Award 2013 and won the Stuttgart Comedy Clash in 2015.




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293 La Trobe Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000

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