Comedian Patrick Laureij compares support act Anouk with kickboxing
Comedian Patrick Laureij (34) found his support act Anouk in the Ziggo Dome, to compare with kickboxing.
“At a particular point in your shins hard. First of the, you get bumps, bruises. But if the calluses there once, you don’t have to think. Then you can focus on your punches”, says the Rotterdam-based comedian, who, from his sixteenth kickbokst, in the AD.
Laureij was on 24, 27 and 31 may on the stage of the Ziggo Dome in the support of Anouk. “It remains difficult, the reading of such a huge audience”, says the comedian.
According to Laureij, there is of course a harm risk” in a large hall and the Ziggo Dome. “But I thought: if you are with z’n all scold, to go do, things are going to throw insults me back! I come in peace, finally.”
Looking back, he concludes that the ‘fine’ was the audience warm-up for Anouk. “A great experience.”
The comedian played several times at the Lowlands festival, was the opening act, Theo Maassen, is the winner of the audience and jury prizes of the Cameretten 2013 and was seen in the theatres with his own show Coverage high.