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Jonas Mogensen - Trummerum - extra show

Thursday 11 april at 7.00 PM.

He has dabbled in Danish standup for 12 years, and now he is ready with his first one-man show under the title 'Trummerum'. Jonas Mogensen will come on his tour in the autumn of 2023 to MCH Herning Kongrescenter on October 12, and here he will be generous with his quirky observations about the small and big joys and challenges of everyday life.

And even the everyday becomes funny in his company, because Jonas Mogensen has a unique ability to see the big things in the small things from a completely skewed angle and with such a dry delivery that you will immediately giggle and chuckle.

AWARD-WINNING STANDUPPER AND POPULAR LYRICIST
In 2015, Jonas Mogensen won the talent award at the Zulu Comedy Gala, and ever since he has shown his great talent for comedy - both on the live stage and on TV, where many have been amused by his appearance in the entertainment magnets 'Klipfiskerne' and 'Stormester' on TV2. He won the latter in autumn 2021. H

e has also shown his sense of humor as a copywriter on various entertainment programmes, until he and his partner Kasper Gross created their own TV series, 'Minkavlerne', which has proved to be a regular viewer success on TV2 Zulu for three seasons. But now the comedian needs to get out into real life and do a lot of stand-up. Jonas Mogensen says about the upcoming one-man show:

"The show will be a compilation of small stories from my and my loved ones' everyday life. Not because all sorts of wild things happen in my life. On the contrary, in many ways I am a completely average, Danish family man. It will be more of a small celebration of the small and intimate things, which together make up the drumbeat of everyday life. And we live in a time when we have become very aware that the small things can have an influence on the big ones. In any case, I think it would suit me to change a few habits - although I don't really want to. On the other hand, I'm really looking forward to getting around the country and performing, and I have to do my best to make it both relevant and great fun."