Three comedians coming to town

2015-08-19 06:00


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COMEDY lovers can expect barrels of guffaws at the Goldfields Casino’s Comedy Night show on 29 August in Welkom.

Featuring three of South Africa’s hottest comedians X Celeste Ntuli, Ndumiso Lindi and Conrad Koch X the one-night show will be held in the Goldfields Casino.

Audience members will not be short on entertainment, given the three acts versatility in speaking and understanding four of South Africa’s 11 languages – English, Afrikaans, IsiXhosa and Zulu.

With his hilarious puppet, Chester Missing, in tow, Koch has the ability to entertain a variety of audiences.

Sibongile Tantsi, the Goldfields Casino’s marketing manager, says hosting these three acts on one stage will be incredibly exciting for Goldfields audiences.

“Fans cannot afford to miss this live one-night-only show.

“We are proud to bring these well-loved South African comedians to fans in our area.

“With a line-up this formidable, tickets are set to sell out quickly, so we encourage our guests to get them as early as possible,” said Tantsi.

Ntuli is known as the queen of Zulu comedy and is the first ever local female comic to record a one-woman show DVD.

Seriously Celeste is a collection of her performances across the country.

Ndumiso Lindi, speaking IsiXhosa, who hails from Zwelitsha in the Eastern Cape, was one of the few select South African comedians chosen to star in the Vodacom Funny Festival at the Baxter Theatre in Cape Town.

Tickets are available from Computicket and the Goldfields customer service desk at R120 per ticket.

The doors will open at 18:30.

For more information on forthcoming shows, please visit or call the Goldfields Casino information desk on 057-391-5710

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