The comedy bug seems to be spreading in Cape Town CBD with the inclusion of a new comedy club in Cape Town – Tuesday Comedy At Dubliner. The Dubliner is proud to announce that they will be hosting Tuesday Comedy, every last Tuesday of each month. The launch event will be on the 31st March and will feature an amazing line up of acts including:
Conrad Koch (Chester Missing)
Joey Lee (Top New York Comic) – HOST
Mum-z (SAFTA Award winning comedian)
KG (“Heavy” – Baxter Theatre)
Angel (Comedy Central)
Peter Sserwanga (Graca Comedy Showdown Winner)
Doors open: 8pm
Comedy starts: 8.30pm
Fully stocked bar
ABOUT CONRAD COCH
Conrad Koch is one of South Africa’s most in demand comedy talents, and the winner of the Entertainer of the Year award for 2010. He combines hilarious comedy with world class puppetry (Chester Missing), and has done so for over fifteen years to local and international acclaim. Both him and Chester Missing have worked all over the world, been featured on local and international television and is a frequent guest at some of South Africa’s biggest comedy events: The Smirnoff Comedy Festival, the Vodacom Comedy Festival, King Size Comedy, The 94,7 Heavyweight Comedy Jam, Blacks Only, SA London Comedy Festival, and more.
Kagiso Mokgadi, better known as “KG”, is a quintessential comedy heavyweight. Influenced by old-school comedy greats and unfettered by the latest trends, KG’s gags are delivered from his unique perspective on life that will have you laughing from deep within your belly.
He’s got his own thoughts and lots to say. And someone gave him a mic.
The son of a journalist-turned-sangoma father and a nurse mother, KG takes his audiences on a unique comedy journey with a glimpse into the “behind the scenes” practices of a sangoma, what it’s like having a nurse for a mom, and why he was never able to take a day off sick from school.
Angel is a Capetonian comedian, born in Durban and raised in Plett, Jozi, Somerset West and her grand-mother’s house. Given the name Angel at birth, she didn’t have the career luxury of becoming a doctor or lawyer and her options were limited to being a stripper or stand-up comedian. After a few test runs in front of her own mirror she chose comedy as it made the neighbours “boo” less violently. As a new comedian she counts herself lucky to have performed on the best stages with some of SA’s comedy heavyweights already. She also appears regularly at well known comedy clubs, has opened for one man shows and performs at top festivals, theaters and events. Most recently she appeared on Comedy Central.
Winner of the 2010 Graca Comedy Showdown in Cape Town, Mum-z is a multi talented award winning comedian whose involvement with ZA News has earned him 2 SAFTA Awards in the past 2 years (2013: Best Ensemble in a TV comedy series and 2014: Best TV comedy series). He has performed at Blacks Only 6 times, the Real Heavyweight comedy jam twice, Cape Town international comedy Festival, Rocking the daisies, Cape Town’s own Mind The Gap Comedy Show, The Soweto Comedy Festival (twice), 2007 Arts Alive Festival as well as being the host of the South African Blog Awards in 2010. His humour can best be described as thought provoking and intriguing and his stage presence is undeniably powerful.
ABOUT PETER SSERWANGA
Peter Sserwanga is already showing signs of being one of the best breakthrough comics in the industry. It’s his content and charisma on stage that makes him such a favourite amongst those in the Cape Town Comedy scene.
Pete has spread his comedy style with various comedy audiences including those at Parker s Comedy and Jive (JHB), Comics at Work (Obz Theatre Cafe) , Zula Bar ( S.T.A.R.V.I.N.G Comics ), Kurt Schoenraad presents Jou Ma Se Comedy Club and his apartment shower in the Cape Town CBD. Peter has also been a crowd favorite at several festivals including Rocking The Daisies , Rocking The River, Ithuba Arts Festival and Giggle Gaggle Comedy Festival Tulbah.