Comedy act brings great delight

2015-09-02 06:00
COMEDIAN Conrad Koch leaves the audience in stitches.   

Photos: Teboho Setena

COMEDIAN Conrad Koch leaves the audience in stitches. Photos: Teboho Setena

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THE top comedians featured in the Goldfields Casino’s Comedy Night Show wowed the audience with endless jokes. The main acts of the event were Conrad Koch, Ndumiso Lindi and Celeste Ntuli.

The one-night comedy event, courtesy of the Goldfields Casino, was one of the initiatives to bring entertainment to the Goldfields.

Their ability of being conversant and understanding the local languages proved that they have what it takes to entertain, offering the audience value for their money.

Although they were the main acts of the night, they took their performances to another level, connecting with the audience by engaging them in the process.

The jokes cut across the spectrum of politics, culture, social and personal life and left the audience with tears rolling down their cheeks.

Ntuli, who was the only female in the line-up featuring two males, spiced up the show touching on femininity – and dress code.

Lindi showcased his acrobatic side, doing modern dance on stage, throwing his legs around in the air much to the delight of the audience.

In tow was Conrad Koch with the controversial, hilarious puppet Chester Missing on stage, entertaining the audience. The audience even got to ask for a repeat of jokes the comedians did not crack during the three and half hour comedy feast

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