Dating Issues – A Stand up Comedy Show
Dating Issues – Why you Need Therapy
A brand new comedy show about dating and all the pain and misery that comes with it.
Walid Azak aka. Jean Luc aka. Dr. French Love teams up with Tamas Vamos aka. Dr.Tinderlove to bring you an evening full of laughter and dating stories you will never forget!
Walid Azak is a french-tunisian Comedian born in Carthage (Tunisia) on a hospital bed full of jasmin flowers with a view on the old punic port and sea. His father is a tunisian muslim, and his mother a french catholic, which makes him sort of a sicilian jew.
After studies in economics & finance, he started simultaneously a banker and a rapper career, that is why I was known in the Bank as MC Kredit, beatboxing during credit committees. Then he drifted into stand-up comedy, after his best friend told him he was funny and pushed him on stage. He performs in german, english, french and arabic.
He is now one of the upcoming Comedians in Austria with several TV appearances (ORF Pratersterne, Dinner für Zwei, Quatsch Comedy Club) and awards (Kabarett Krone, Open House Alsergrund, Kabarett Talente Show). He is currently touring through Austria with his new one-man show “Schmäh d´Amour”, sharing his expertise in flirting, dating and striking.
You might also know him as “Jean-Luc” from the Post advertising, as Weiza from the band “Mizgebonez”. Walid Azak, a name to remember.
Tamas is a half Hungarian, half South – African all round great guy who first tried doing stand up comedy in 2014 in Vienna as a “laugh” but having years of experience in improvisation as well as acting in theaters and small movies,he quickly got addicted and fell in love with the stage light (once again).
Since then he became not only a creator but one of the staples of the Vienna comedy scene, he was the in-house comedian of the famous Austrian Wein &Co franchise where he ran his twice a month show “Wein & COmedy – Thirsty for a laugh?” he is the founder of the stand up comedy – theater play the “Jewslim show – when a Jew and a Muslim join forces to make you laugh”. and is currently running his monthly show “Offensively Funny – A safe space for Jokes”.
Tamas also has a Youtube show called: “Dr.TinderLove – Explaining Men to Women, through Womens Tinder profiles.”
In his free time Tamas is touring the World performing stand-up comedy. Which he has done in over 35 cities spread out in 15 countries and 2 continents!
His storytelling style comedy is balanced perfectly with unexpected hard hitting punch lines, (very) dark humor and political incorrectness!
“Comedian Tamas Vamos owns the stage, delighting audiences with his charm, ease, and sidesplitting cultural commentary. His unique brand of comedy left me not only laughing, but also thinking more deeply about the deliciously quirky ways we human beings have for dealing with life on Planet Earth.”
—Hillary S. Webb, author, The Friendliest Place in the Universe: Three Weeks of Stand-Up Comedy in Berlin
”Headlining the show, following an earlier gig that evening round the corner in The Immigrant, was Tamas Vamos, a Hungarian-South African Jew living in Vienna (keep up!). As you might expect from that introduction, Tamas’s comedy is heavy on cross-cultural comparisons and the complexities that derive from conflicting identities, living in Western Europe as a Hungarian. He turned out to be a worthy headliner, linking political, cultural, observational and dark comedy together with subtlety, while always remaining woke and self-aware. After a great night of comedy, the audience, larger than usual for Velvet Comedy, was in high spirits, and Tamas interacted naturally with the crowd, dealing with a heckler with flair at one point.”
—Jack Stephen, Writer, Author, BrnoDaily
“Tamas Vamos is a talented, intelligent, international comedian who can make any audience laugh. His perspective is unique, and refreshing. Defintely worth seeing.”
—Dave Thompson, Comedian, Actor
Doors open: 20:00
Show starts: 20:30
EUR 12.- Online
Group Admission 5PAX EUR 50.-
EUR 15.- at the door
*Please note that all attendees and performers must provide a negative PCR test if you’re not fully vaccinated.