When a family member gets diabetes it also affects the rest of the family. When it is a child that is diagnosed it is not uncommon that parents get feelings of guilt. But it is possible to turn it into something if not positive so at least less dramatic.
I was going to slow down this year, due to my new job. One has to pay the bills. But then I found out that I miss the audience and being on stage. So I have updated my gig-calendar with a few gigs.
In my youth I was involved in an association in my old hometown Kalmar. Once a month we gathered at the almar prison to play football against the inmates.
After “Dirty Uncle Roadshow”, “Swedish Oddballs”, “Så Mycket Bitter” and “It’s a Wretched Life” I am now working on a new show in 2019. Working title is “Joybringer”.
August ment Berlin. Two gigs at two very different clubs, Krackers Comedy and Cosmic Comedy.
Many, many years ago, in a century now past and gone, I drew some cartoons that were published in local newspapers. I recently found some of them in a plastic bag, and will publish them here every now and then. The first one is about anesthesia.
Early May I was invited to do a few gigs through MirthControl Comedy. I have done a few gigs with them before, and I like it. To me these gigs are a great way to see UK outside London and meet a new audience at the same time. This time I was booked at Barbican […]
My gigcalendar for the second half of September is now set. Except for Stockholm you will see me in Haninge and Karlstad.
A few years ago I and my daughter Jasmine ran a few standup clubs around Sweden. The idea was to give new and upcoming comedians the chance to perform outside their comfort zones, and with more established comedians in order to improve as standup acts.