‘Hot and spicy’ family fun

2016-01-20 06:00
PHOTO: supplied Karou Charou’s Hot & Spicy Family Show will be n PMB on 5 February.

PHOTO: supplied Karou Charou’s Hot & Spicy Family Show will be n PMB on 5 February.

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THE charismatic Karou Charou­ is one of the most commercially successful comedians on the SA circuit.

His popularity was recognised by the international brand of McDonalds, which handpicked him as the face of its hot and spicy burger campaign, which included national television, street billboards, cinema and social media.

Charou has, over the past six years, amassed an extensive and enviable following across the country, and the beauty of it is that his fan base extends from children as young as three to senior citizens in their 80s, and it is because of this that Karou decided on hosting a “family show”.

Hot & Spicy will see the “turbanned­ one” perform some of his best material over the year and will have you in stitches with his take on Indian weddings. He will attempt to explain why Indians can’t swim and don’t play rugby. He introduces his own TV channel, Logie­ Naidoo makes a guest appearance, and Charou will leave you gobsmacked with his mental telepathy stunt.

With so many children eager to see Charou in action, he has a fun- filled segment dedicated to them.

Hot & Spicy is a 120-minute non-stop roller coaster of laughs for the family.

Catch the show at the Blind & Deaf Society hall, corner of Olympia and Newholmes roads in Northdale on 5 February.

- Supplied.

Tickets are R80 for adults and R50 for children under 10 and senior citizens. Tickets can be purchased from partner and sponsor Medikist Pharmacy (Chota Motala Drive - 033 3874032) or PMB China City. Bookings can also be done via info@box officesa. com or phone
083 660 1424.
Early bird offer:
Produce this article at Medkist (Chota Motala Drive) and pay just R50 for your ticket - limited stock.

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