Warren Robertson. Johannesburg, South Africa. Warren Robertson is a man for whom being funny has no boundaries. This international competition winning comedian has presented radio shows, hosted podcasts and written columns for a variety of magazines and newspapers, as well as brought roof raising laughs to stages around the country. In 2012 his one man stand up comedy show Spamily was lauded at the Grahamstown Festival where it received excellent reviews and sell out houses.
Tony de King. Johannesburg, South Africa. While studying in Cape Town Schalk slowly began to realise that there was so much more to life than boerewors and rugby, and started doing stand-up in April 2011. On stage Schalk is fun and energetic and appeals to people of all kinds and colours. Schalk has come a far way in the short amount of time that he has been doing comedy. He has had the privelage to perform at some great venues, alongside some even greater comedians.
Schalk Bezuidenhout. Cape Town, South Africa. While studying in Cape Town Schalk slowly began to realise that there was so much more to life than boerewors and rugby, and started doing stand-up in April 2011. On stage Schalk is fun and energetic and appeals to people of all kinds and colours. Schalk has come a far way in the short amount of time that he has been doing comedy. He has had the privelage to perform at some great venues, alongside some even greater comedians.
Pravesh Mungaldave. Johannesburg, South Africa. He has progressed to professional MCing and standup comedy, enticing audiences with witty, sharp humour about experiences from his childhood to current affairs. As a professional MC and comedian, Pravesh has added spark to various corporate functions. Pravesh says, “As a MC you are responsible for holding together the function and ensuring its success, which I do with ease”
Mojak Lehoko. Johannesburg, South africa. Mojak Lehoko is a Johannesburg based comedian who has grace various stages across South Africa and abroad. Since his humble beginnings at Cool Runnings in Melville he has gone on to be nominated for a Comic’s choice award and won the adoration of crowds from all walks of life. After testing the waters as a writer on the satirical news show “Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola”
Mel Miller. Johannesburg, South Africa. Another true veteran of comedy Mel’s history as an entertainer goes way back to the early sixties when, as a member of well known folk singing group Mel, Mel and Julian the entertainment ‘bug’ bit, cementing Mel’s entire future as a sought after entertainer!
Deep Fried Man. Johannesburg, South Africa. Deep Fried Man is a musical comedian, satirist and writer with his own quirky,original and uniquely South African style. He has performed at some of South Africa’s biggest comedy shows, including Bafunny Bafunny, Blacks Only, The Heavyweight Comedy Jam, Kings and Queens of Comedy and Comedy Central Presents Live At Parkers. He is currently a permanent cast member on the Emmynominated, SAFTA winning TV series Late Nite News With Loyiso Gola.
Conrad Koch. Johannesburg, South Africa. Conrad is South Africa’s top comedy ventriloquist, and a double International Emmy Nominated comedian. Chester Missing has interviewed most of South Africa’s political elite and has held a number of regular radio and TV slots, and writes for City Press. Conrad has appeared at most of South Africa’s biggest comedy events, and has done so internationally, including at the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal.
Chris Forrest. Johannesburg, South Africa. Chris Forrest has been on the forefront of the South African Comedy scene since the late nineties. His unique dry sense of humour, quick wit and intelligent comedy has made him one of the country’s most popular comedians and ensured that audiences are left in stitches wherever he goes.
Carvin Goldstone. Durban, South Africa. Carvin H Goldstone is regarded as South Africa’s only 100% clean stand up comedian. Carvin has been performing for 9 years and has two comedy awards and three sold out one man shows. He is affable and his comedy is clever and broadly inclusive of all South Africans. Add this to the fact that his shows have no swearing or sexual vulgarity and it’s not hard to see why Carvin is a unique performer and a theatre and corporate favourite.