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Telenet is throwing the Flemish topcomedy in the fight against the Blue Monday winter blues

Telenet is throwing the Flemish topcomedy in the fight against the Blue Monday winter blues

Blue Monday, allegedly the most depressing day of the year, which falls this year on the 20th of January. A rainy date with the fun of Christmas is already forgotten, and the good intentions of the new year, however, difficult to prove, than had been hoped for. Telenet offers a happy relief. On the 20th of January, you can from 10: 00 to 16: 00, will also be called by stand-up Comedy a help desk for an uplifting, funny play with one of these comedians. And it doesn’t stop there: in that day for Telenet customers who have a Play, or a Play, More, subscribers will also have access to more than 25 zaalshows of icons such as Urban, Alex Agnew, Jacques Vermeire.

Smile, it is necessary to use the bestaanspijn, to soften, to confirm the psychiatrist Dirk De Wachter: “it is, in my experience, surprisingly often, humour is used. Humor is a powerful make and strength in terrible times, and the best way to ease and to put things portable to create it. We just have to be careful that we do not lapse into cynicism – which is like a heavy weight on your shoulders is. A delicate, but important balance.”
This can be from the 20th of January, in the Play (and thus Play More), Telenet’s right. The Stand-uppers, Alex Agnew, Xander De Rycke, Urban, Adriaan Van den Hoof, Jacques Vermeire, from the 20th of January, ready to stand up in the TV library to get the viewers to help in the dark days-to-face with the best shows of their career. Both the old as well as new shows come to the fore: for the Urban people go back as far as 1985, with the Urban Live, and as the godfather of the Flemish stand-up comedy happy. “My early work can be seen on Telenet’s Play, and you will finally see that I’m in my period of time at least 2 weeks ahead of the times.” For Vermeire, Urban, and, Adrian, this also shows never-before-seen on tv, be shown: (a) in their most recent work.