Florian Schroeder

Cabaret Artist

Florian Schroeder (born 1979) studied German philology and philosophy at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg from 2000 to 2007. As a student, he began his stage career as a cabaret artist and parody, gained experience as a radio and television presenter and received numerous awards. He lives in Berlin.

Florian Schroeder has been touring in Germany, Austria and Switzerland since September 2017 with his new stage program "State of Emergency". He moderates the SWR cabaret show "Late Night Shift" and has the books "Open to all and not very dense" (2011), "Had, Bicycle Chain" (2014) and "Women. Almost a declaration of love. "(2017) published by Rowohlt Verlag. With the "Satireshow" Florian Schroeder has been bringing a new and up-to-date format to the stage since 2015 - regularly at radioeins, hr1 and in the summer of 2017 the special issue of the Bundestag election with Peer Steinbrück. On WDR 2, radioeins and hr1 he can be heard weekly with his radio columns.

Florian Schroeder is an opinion-maker of the younger generation and a welcome guest on talk shows. He also enthuses his audience as a lecturer and presenter of business events. His mark: the close observation of the political and social situation. He is always up to date, he analyzes, evaluates and questions. Florian Schroeder moves his auditorium, enriching and stimulating reflection. With his mixture of razor-sharp observation, philosophical substance and subtle humor, he effortlessly spans the curve from Kant to Facebook.

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