Now that I have been to Australia 3 times in one year, I have quite a bit of material on Australia so that gets added in when I play there and some of the UK material gets left out. Please enter your comment! You have entered an incorrect email address! I like to try to break away from prepared material and chat to them a bit so we can get to know each other a bit better and that usually gets results. Is it easy working abroad as a Greek comedian? You can hear the tumbleweed. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

How would you react in a situation where the audience seems indifferent? Katerina Vrana was raised in Athens, Greece, but later decided to move to London to study and pursue a career as a comedian and an actor. Those are horrible, horrible times. I find it hugely rewarding and I love doing it but there is no denying that it is a hard road to go down. Would you ever consider returning to Greece for good? Regardless of nationality, cultural background, gender, religion, age, comedy is difficult. The majority of Greek audiences do not have a lot of experience with stand-up. Finally, what are your future plans?

Now that I have been to Australia 3 times in one year, I have quite a bit of material on Australia so that gets added in when I play there and some of the UK material gets left out. You have entered an incorrect email address!

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And a Nobel Peace Prize. You usually return to Greece for small periods of time to do some shows. You can hear the tumbleweed. Put the two together and you have what I think is a simply awesome title. Katerina Vrana was raised in Athens, Greece, but later decided to move to London to study and pursue a career as a comedian and an actor.

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Acting, comedy and any kind of performance is hard and you will get rejected again and again and again. Since then she has become a very successful stand-up comedian who manages to make audiences from all over the world laugh. But global domination is my ultimate goal. Home entertainment A Greek Comedian in London. If you can stomach that, stick with it, and keep improving.

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Regardless of nationality, cultural background, gender, religion, age, comedy is difficult. At the moment, my show is all about my experiences as a Greek living abroad and the role stereotypes play in our perception of other cultures. I mean, an Oscar would be nice, too. Fisfiis think working as a comedian is difficult full stop.

But there are times when nothing works. Do you find that Greek audiences are accepting of stand-up comedy? I like to try to break away from prepared material and chat to them a bit so we can get to know each other a bit better and that usually gets results. The majority of Greek audiences do not have a lot of experience with stand-up.

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Please enter your name here. Do you have any advice for young people who wish to pursue their dream in acting and comedy? Finally, what are your future plans?

Is it easy working abroad as a Greek comedian? Would you ever consider returning to Greece for good? What are the main subjects of fusfis show? Does the audience and the country you are performing in, influence it? Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

Oh god… I have no idea what to advise. There was no night specifically designed to nurture and showcase new acts or give established acts the chance to try out new material. How would you react in a situation where the audience seems indifferent? La,bros are horrible, horrible times.

I find it hugely rewarding and I love doing it but there is no denying that it is a hard road to go down.