Freek de Jonge was on march 13, in a sold-out Carré where he has a box set with the complete works of his former cabaretgroep Holland’s Hope was presented. That evening in Amsterdam he still does a once over on Saturday 2 June. There are now due to great success of six performances to be added.
Bram Vermeulen (l.) and Freek de Jonge, (r.) of Holland’s Hope (1969).
The comedian pulls in may with Freek does Holland’s Hope along the six theatres in the Netherlands and Belgium. In the show, take Freek de Jonge the audience back to the time of Holland’s Hope. With his band, The Jonges, he brings the most beautiful songs and most famous sketches performed. The ticket sales for the shows has already started.
The Young was from 1968 to 1979 on the stage with Bram Vermeulen under the name of Dutch Hope In Fearful Days, or Holland’s Hope. Bram en Freek went after both of them continue with a solo career. Vermeulen died in 2004.