Korzo Zaal

Event in the past.

60% Banaan & On the Move

Creator Benjamin Monki Kuitenbrouwer
Duration 90 min
Program lines So(ul)ciety
So(ul)cietySocietal issues are addressed in this work, however complicated they may be.

60% Banaan is in Dutch

A happy message for the angry citizen in three parts.

Around the performance 60% Banana, Monki is organizing a full-length circus program on October 29 on this theme. In the Korzo Club there will be a social experiment, in the Studio a performance by Tall Tales Company and in the foyer a look at Monki's take on optimism and of course as a finale the performance 60% Banaan in the Hall!

20:00 - 20:30 On the Move by Tall Tale Company in Korzo Studio

21:00 - 21:30 60% Banaan by Monki in Korzo Zaal 

During the evening there will also be a social experiment by Monki.

In 60% Banaan, Benjamin Monki Kuitenbrouwer gives you an optimistic view of humanity in a brand new format:  A circus monologue. An energetic acrobatic lecture where Monki uses his skills to tell the audience about all the hopeful developments around the world. With the aid of coloured rubber bands, he forms a number of meters-high charts between the poles. With data on, among other things, extreme poverty, war victims, and population growth, professor Monki sways, climbs, and swings between his poles to make his point. He takes us along in the conviction that our view of human nature is in dire need of readjustment. 

Korzo x de Pizzabakkers

Enjoy a pizza at de Pizzabakkers before the show starts. For €8.50 you can choose from different kinds of pizzas.  When ordering your tickets, also choose a pizza ticket to make use of this combo offer. 
Note: make a reservation at the restaurant itself to avoid it being fully booked on the night of the show!


Prior to Monki's performance, enjoy Tall Tales On the Move at 19:30 at Korzo Studio.

In a world where more and more people seem to be diametrically opposed to each other, a comma behind your point of view is the best antidote.

Two completely different characters and styles delve into each other in this performance. Acrobatics and Breakdance come together on stage. They explore each other's codes and vocabulary and learn from each other. Can the genres be combined to create something unique without losing their separate identities?

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

Benjamin Kuitenbrouwer (1988, Amsterdam), got his nickname ‘Monki’ from his fondness as an acrobat to swing between meter-high poles back and forth. He calls himself a circus artist and performing artist. He makes performances where uses circus as mediation between the things that daily occupy his mind. Currently that is our view of humanity and the conviction that it is in need of readjustment. 

Korzo Zaal

Event in the past.

60% Banaan & On the Move


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