English Stand-up Poland gladly presents the next guest for Pete Szumowski’s comedy show: Pete Presents. Straight from the UK but born in the capital of tzatziki, we give you George Zach.
Pete is the only comedian in Poland who has regularly performed in 3 languages – Spanish, Polish and English. He traveled around the world for over 400 days, then wrote a book about it, and now is taking the Polish stand-up scene by storm. Pete Presents is an original idea in which Pete invites his friends, colleagues and other comedians to join him on stage. The whole event is hosted and presented in English – that’s why it’s so unique.
The headliner of the next show comes from the UK but was born in Greece. George Zach moved to Britain at 18 to study biochemistry but firmly established himself in nonscientific Australian and British comedy circuits. He has performed in various countries such as Spain, The Netherlands, Greece, Germany, and Hong Kong and has supported Luisa Omielan and Sophie Willan on their UK tours.
Outside live comedy work, George has written for and appeared on BBC One’s This Week, The One Show and has acted in Sky’s Summer Shorts. In 2016 George also was cast as the lead in a Greek-speaking play called Aphrodite’s Wedding which went on for a week-long sold-out run at the Enfield Theatre. George will show up in the same place as last time which is club Poziomy (Nowy Świat 27a) on Saturday (May 30th).
Like all of Pete’s guests, we asked George 5 “odd urban questions”.
That’s what George would say according to Pete:
Bike or car? Bike. George is Greek. They should not drive cars.
Kebab or burger? Kebab. Greek kebabs are excellent!
Tinder or classic go for hunt date? Whatever he can get. George is not the most attractive person I have met. He needs all the help he can get. Tinder premium.
Quick shots or old man sipping? Why not both?
The best thing to do in traffic? Come up with angry rants.