Carnival City Big Top Arena in Johannesburg and certainly won the match. But it
came short of winning the tournament.
Kagiso Lediga, John Vlismas, Trevor Noah and Marc Lottering put on a hilarious
show centred around the question “Who would represent South Africa at the World
Cup of Funny?”
anthem all made an appearance on the list of topics, but World Cup was not the
main subject, thankfully.
humour was a great warm-up to a night of sore ribs.
the Gaza conflict, and it worked because the audience came up laughing.
narration of his fear of Zulus were a treat for the socially-aware South
his fluent Xhosa and detailed knowledge of black South African idiosyncrasies,
as well as Noah, whose innovative way of looking at the national anthem, earned
them the lion’s share of guffaws at the arena.
despite the performers bringing their A-Game.
did not pour down the cheeks.
six as opposed to eight, the performers would have had more time to hook the
audience and kill it.
to their hearts’ content because Carnival City decided to turn on fans inside a
cold arena and activate the heaters outside by the parking lot instead.
country until July 5.