Comedy peppered with acrobatics
Can't decide whether you want a comedian or rather a show to amaze you? Then "Handundstand" is the right choice.
Here comedy is combined with high-level acrobatics. The two former artistic gymnasts Lukas Külling and Marcel Brunner will certainly make you and your guests laugh, because humour, spontaneity and closeness to the audience characterize the program of "Handundstand".
Over and under
Lukas Külling and Marcel Brunner have clearly assigned the roles. Marcel, the heavier one, has both feet firmly on the stage, while Lukas, the smaller one, gymnastics on him - to the amusement of the audience. That has always been the case and will always remain so. Says Lukas.
But suddenly it is no longer enough for Marcel to be downstairs, while Lukas garnishes all the applause above. And that shakes the whole relationship. Because Lukas doesn't dream of changing roles.
Lukas and Marcel can twist and turn it any way they like: If they both want the same thing, only one can win. But why on earth should they be better off than any other couple?
The programme was written by Domenico Blass ("Ernstfall in Havana") and directed by Hanna Scheuring ("Fascht e Familie").
Would you like to give your event a special touch? "Handundstand" lead through the program in a unique way. With a lot of wit and artistic skill they make every presentation a little highlight. Of course, one or two show blocks are also part of the program. All intermediate numbers can also be arranged especially and topic-specific for the occasion.
|Gala show 1x30|
|or 2x20 minutes.||2'600.00||flat-rate|
|Moderation, programme guidance and special shows|
|Full evening program|
|about 90 minutes.||4'000.00||flat-rate|
Included in the price
|-||Travel expenses in Switzerland|
|-||Food and drinks of the artists|
Lukas Külling and Marcel Brunner
Size of audiance40 to 2000 people
Space requirementsFloor space at least 3 x 5 meters
In order to be able to show the full programme, a stage height (stage floor to ceiling) of at least 3 metres
Area of application
German-speaking Switzerland and Germany
2 XLR connectors for the microphones