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Moni Zhang: Child from Wuhan
Saturday, February 19 | 9:30pm – 10:30pm
This show is sold out! Limited seats may be available at the door – a waitlist will be started at the venue an hour before show time.
From a sweatshop in the ghetto of Wuhan, Moni made her way to Berlin. She searched hard for love, until severe depression hit her, forcing her to face unresolved childhood trauma. Luckily, comedy found her.
Is it standup comedy?
Yes and no. It’s a mixture between standup & storytelling. It will be funny and emotional.
Who is Moni Zhang?
Originally From Wuhan, a cold, desolate place that became way too famous in 2020. A regular in The Berlin Comedy Scene and The Winner of Berlin NewStand Up Award, 2019.
Moni doesn’t hold back with her material. She approaches sensitive subjects like race, sex, and farting with the finesse of a bulldozer. Her wit, set up and unique delivery makes her act fun to watch, while her vulnerability makes her the bravest person you’ll meet.
Besides comedy, Moni dedicates herself to promoting awareness for mental health. She founded the Berlin Mental Health Festival, a week-long art festival including many workshops and art performances. She also produces the weekly podcast “It’s Mental!” where she has in-depth conversations with creatives about their mental health journey.
Masks are no longer required in the theatre, though we strongly encourage it.
If you are feeling unwell, please stay home!
Doors open 15 minutes before scheduled show time. Please be aware that seats may be released at show time and latecomers may be denied entry or given standing room entry.
Tickets, if available, may be purchased at the bar with a 2€ surcharge.
No refunds on ticket sales!
Unless otherwise stated, all shows are in English.
Please enjoy a drink at the bar before and after the show! (It’s how we keep the doors open.)
In partnership with Berlin English Improv Network and Comedy in English Berlin.
Interested in taking comedy classes? Check out The CCB Training School.