• Monica Steyn

Boys Don't Cry In July

Following on from the success of his previous one-man show, “Diluted People”, and his Comedy Central Africa-aired show, “Colour Mine”, Ndumiso ‘The Roosta’ Lindi is bringing us another exciting comedic offering this July. His deep voice, soul-warming smile, booming laughter, original content and seamless delivery will be bringing the belly-laughs with his new comedy show, “Boys Don’t Cry in July”, to audiences at the Auto & General Theatre on the Square in Sandton from the 23rd to 27th of July.

"Boys Don’t Cry in July” is a uniquely engaging and hilariously relatable expression of the laughable moment in everyday life. A dedication to his father, his life and times, the show is a personal comedy story that takes the audience on a laugh-a-minute journey through his life, words and wisdom.

Ndumiso opens up to audiences with insights into his personal story, from his childhood, to his family, to the expectations of not showing your emotions as a man, but most importantly, the relationship between a son and father and the pressures of living up to your father’s expectations. Using humour to deal with personal pain-points, Ndumiso proves in true South-African-humour-style that tragedy and time equal to comedy.

Expect infectious feel-good humour from this highly-talented comedian whose accessible and well-constructed narrative has endeared him to audiences of all races across the country.

I learnt early on that I had to understand my audience in order to appeal to them,” says Lindi.

Ndumiso’s “Boys Don’t Cry in July” comedy show will be showing from 23 – 27 July at the Auto & General Theatre on the Square in Sandton. Tickets cost R150 pp and are available through Computicket. The show starts at 20h15 and carries a PG-14 age restriction.

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