Time to laugh out loud

2020-02-18 06:01

The Cape Town Comedy Festival (CTCF) will return to the Artscape Theatre from Sunday 1 March.

Regarded as one of the country’s largest comedy festivals, it will feature some of the world’s top comedians.

A total of 15 international artists from the world’s comedy capitals will join South Africa’s funniest.?

The festival was launched in 1996 as the first international comedy event on the continent.

It has staged hundreds of international artists from around the globe and sold over a million tickets during its 16-year run.

The festival has a proud history of introducing the most prominent comedians to South Africa including Jim Jeffries, Jimmy Carr, Russell Peters and Trevor Noah.V Tickets for the CTCF are now available from Webtickets from R190.00 For more information, visit www.capetowncomedyfestival.com or e-mail info@capetowncomedyfestival.com

The Cape Town Comedy Festival (CTCF) will return to the Artscape Theatre from Sunday 1 March.

Regarded as one of the country’s largest comedy festivals, it will feature some of the world’s top comedians.

A total of 15 international artists from the world’s comedy capitals will join South Africa’s funniest.?

The festival was launched in 1996 as the first international comedy event on the African continent.

It has staged hundreds of international artists from around the globe and sold over a million tickets during its 16-year run.

The festival has a proud history of introducing the most prominent comedians to South Africa including Jim Jeffries, Jimmy Carr, Russell Peters and South Africa’s comedy treasure, Trevor Noah.V Tickets for the CTCF are now available from Webtickets from R190.00. For more information, visit www.capetowncomedyfestival.com or e-mail info@capetowncomedyfestival.com

The Cape Town Comedy Festival (CTCF) will return to the Artscape Theatre from Sunday 1 March.

Regarded as one of the country’s largest comedy festivals, it will feature some of the world’s top comedians.

A total of 15 international artists from the world’s comedy capitals will join South Africa’s funniest.?

The festival was launched in 1996 as the first international comedy event on the African continent.

It has staged hundreds of international artists from around the globe and sold over a million tickets during its 16-year run.

The festival has a proud history of introducing the most prominent comedians to South Africa including Jim Jeffries, Jimmy Carr, Russell Peters and South Africa’s comedy treasure, Trevor Noah.V Tickets for the CTCF are now available from Webtickets from R190.00. For more information, visit www.capetowncomedyfestival.com or e-mail info@capetowncomedyfestival.com

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