Celeste Ntuli: I'm humbled by the love

Celeste Ntuli (Supplied)
Celeste Ntuli (Supplied)

Johannesburg- Queen of comedy, Celeste Ntuli, is honoured that her show, Home Affairs2, is back by popular demand. 

During the first run of the show last year, hundreds of people were turned away, so as you requested, Celeste is doing the show for one night only. 

"It's amazing that fans have received me so well, because I only started doing my one woman shows last year. I've had nothing but good turn outs with fans loving the material and my comedy. I'm truly enjoying and am reflecting on how I can grow my comedy," she explained. 

Even though Celeste has a passion for comedy, it's something that she actually stumbled into along the years.

"I started loving comedy the moment I got into it. But I always knew that I wanted to be an actress," Celeste said. 

Celeste explained that growing up during the era of Bantu education, she didn't know what comedy was all about, but definitely fell head-over-heels in love with it from the first moment it was introduced to her. 

"I don't try too hard to adapt material for different races or cultures, but rather come up with material that affects us all as human beings. I've found that this way, my material appeals to everyone and it's just me being natural and making fun of problems we all experience," she added. 

Catch Celeste live at The Lyric on Friday, 28 August 2015 when she performs her popular stand-up show, Home Affairs 2. Tickets available at Computicket.