Maule and Pillay at Hilton College Theatre

2015-10-14 06:00
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Darren Maule heads up the hill to entertain the Midlands with ‘LOL’ at the Hilton College Theatre.

PHOTO: supplied Darren Maule heads up the hill to entertain the Midlands with ‘LOL’ at the Hilton College Theatre.

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COMEDY fans are in for a treat with a duet of laughs from two of KwaZulu-Natal’s most well-known voices, Darren Maule and Neville Pillay, when they take to the stage at Hilton College Theatre for their show LOL on Friday, 23 October.

Known for coaxing people out of bed in the morning, the two radio deejays, who both host breakfast shows, are equally comfortably sharing jokes over the radio waves as they are in front of an auditorium full of people.

Maule has been a familiar name and face on the South African entertainment circuit for over 20 years. He is one of the country’s top stand-up comedians. The East Coast Radio personality has starred in award-winning television series and has featured in numerous TV advertisements, both locally and internationally.

Television viewers will remember Maule from the Survivor Santa Carolina Island in 2010. He is also an accomplished actor and in the same year enjoyed stage success as one of the leads in the Tim Plewman farce Grin and Bare It.

Pillay hosts the “Morning Rush” on Lotus FM, a show that is the only breakfast show in South Africa that consistently produces fresh new local content in the form of skits and song parodies, every day. The scam calls are hilarious and the song parodies go viral regularly. The comedian also has three movies under his belt – Attack of the Indian Wereworld, 31 Million Reasons and Curry and Vice.

IN addition he is an avid music lover, film producer and emcee.

For more information, visit or phone 033 383 0126. Tickets are R150. The show starts at 7.30pm.

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