• Monica Steyn

Life's too short to be serious all the time...

There’s a powerful legion of South African comics that are dominating the comedy scene and these powerhouse acts will be taking part in the Kings & Queens of Comedy: Women’s Day Edition on the 9th of August 2019 at Emperors Palace, Johannesburg.

Taking centre stage as the royal host for the evening’s affair will be Tumi Morake with her stellar entourage of comedy giants including Angel Campey, Annalakshmi, Celeste Ntuli, Kate Pinchuck, Lindy Johnson, Nina Hastie, Thenjiwe Moseley and Tracey-Lee Oliver, with a special guest appearance by SA’s favourite comedic genius, Marc Lottering.

This top-class line-up is what comedy-loving audiences love about attending Kings & Queens of Comedy. It’s a brand that we’ve nurtured and that we are extremely proud of,” comments Blu Blood MD and KNQ promoter, Osman Osman.

Celebrating seven years of Kings & Queens of Comedy, Blu Blood created the brand in 2012 in Johannesburg and it has since grown to be one of the leading comedy brands in South Africa, promoting and showcasing local talent from around the country.

The comedy heavyweights have shined their comical armour and sharpened their witty swords and are ready to hilarity to the next level. Kings & Queens of Comedy: Women’s Day Edition will take place at the Centre Court at Emperors Palace on 9th of August. Emperors Palace is located at 64 Jones Road, Kempton Park.

Tickets start from R200 are available from Computicket online and retail outlets. The show is rated PG-16.

Another hilarious production brought to you by Blu Blood. For more information, visit www.blublood.com or follow the conversation with @BluBloodSA #TheBluBloodWay.

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