Victor Pãtrãşcan: Traitor | Brighton Fringe

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Victor Pãtrãşcan: Traitor | Brighton Fringe

Romanian comedian Victor Pãtrãşcan skewers conventional thought and ponders whether it is better to be Romanian or Bulgarian, right or left or a platypus. This is a show about betrayal, paranoia, cheese, fears, sandals, immigration and love. – basically, a contemplation on the inane, frivolous and vapid lives we all live, and sandals.
With his introspective and sometimes dark approach to comedy, come and watch Victor Pãtrãşcan bare his soul in this one-man show. If you want to see a man question question everything about life and whether to speak his mind, this is the show for you.


“he”ll quit comedy next year, you should see him now” Radu Isac 
“intelligently stupid stand up” Susie Steed
“like getting high with your best mate” David Mills
“singular comedic voice” Chris Betts 
“insightful, deadpan and utterly charming” Sindhu Vee
“hilarious questions, confusing jokes” Tom Ward
“pretty ‘woke’ and very dry” Harriet Braine
“probably funnier than that other Romanian comedian” Pete Bazely
“a hilarious staple of the London scene” Helen Bauer

Location: Artista Cafe & Gallery, 42 Waterloo Street, Hove, BN3 1AY

Tkst 9th May at 8PM
Tkts 11th May at 9:30PM
Tkts 17th May at 6:30PM
Tkts 19th May at 8PM