Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Kings & Queens of Comedy - Durban 2018


It's no secret that Durban loves its comedy, with most stand-up comedy shows being sellouts, the people just crave more. With this in mind, organizers of the popular Kings and Queens of Comedy show have got big news for Durban comedy lovers in 2018. With Durban being one the biggest audiences for the comedy brand, they have now extended the line up, with next years being the biggest in six years to ever grace the show! Audiences will be glad to know that most of their favourites will be returning to the stage for this one night only comedy festival along with some popular new ones as well. The show takes place on the 9th of February 2018 and tickets are on sale via Computicket. 


Shining their comical armour and sharpening their witty swords, the stellar line-up includes Darren Maule (MC), Annalakshmi, Arnotte Payne, Celeste Ntuli, Donvan Goliath, Glen Biederman-Pam, Jason Goliath, Joey Rasdien, Khanyisa Banu, Leeandra Reddy, Logie Naidoo, Marc Lottering, Riaad Moosa, Rory Petzer, Sagie Murugan and Safiso Nene, with a guest appreance by Morgan Beatbox. 


"We pride ourselves on bringing world-class South African comedians to stages around the country. You are getting a massive line-up of headliner comedians from start to finsh. We've picked the cream of the crop and we're excited to bring an even bigger and better Kings and Queens of Comedy to Durban in 2018" - comments Osman Osman, MD of Blu Blood.


A name that locals might be excited to see there is former deputy mayor Logie Naidoo, now retired from the world of politics, Naidoo has chosen comedy as a second career. Politicians often provide comics with plenty of material, which means that Durban's socialite politician, Loganathan (Logie) Naidoo, should have no problem with getting the crowd going by adding an interesting colourful twist to the nights hilarities.


With a line-up like that, the show is bound to be one of the best ones yet, so don't miss the Kings and Queens of Comedy, 9 February 2018 at the Durban ICC. Tickets from R185 and are available through Computicket online and the various retail outlets. The show starts at 8pm and is rated PG16. 

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