Strictly Come Laughing Comedy Show June 6

| May 26, 2015

It has been said that laughter is the best medicine for everything and for one to get through whatever it is they may be going through, laughter is the way to go.Some have said that as human beings, we need to sometimes laugh at our own individual predicaments as a way of therapy and moving on from such things.

Come June 6, from 7pm to 9pm, Boipuso Hall will be the place to be as Incepta Communications host a Strictly Come Laughing Comedy Show where people would witness a slew of talented comedians doing what they do best make people laugh.

The show would feature comedians from both Botswana and South Africa and thus expected to thrill. A press statement from Incepta Communications states that the South African acts to be featured include Kagiso Lediga, David Kibuuka and Tats Nkonzo while Botswana comedians would include Rib Cracker, Phenyo and MaWee.

Incepta Communications chief executive officer, Thabo Majola, says in the statement that comedy is a growing industry in Botswana. “So we thought it would be an excellent opportunity for us to bring Batswana the best of both worlds in Botswana and South African comedy and all the comedians we will be bringing are crowd favorites, each of them being a brand in the comedy sphere,” he says.

One of the South African acts, Lediga is an award winning comedian, actor, producer, writer and television presenter. He is best known for creating, writing, producing and starring in a number of shows such as The Late Night News with Loyiso Gola which has also featured both David Kibuuka and Tats Nkonzo.

Tickets are currently on sale at Web Tickets (, the Web Tickets kiosk in Riverwalk, Maitisong theatre, Spar shop branches at Kgale, Broadhurst, Airport Junction, Village, Mochudi and Molepolole.

They sell at P200 for general entry, P300 gold entry and P400 for VIP which affords patrons the luxury of a private bar and a separate entry to the event.

Source : BOPA

Source : Botswana Daily News

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