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In his third one-man comedy special, award winning comedian Loyiso Gola enthralls us with his astute musings on both the greater and lesser spotted South African.
Renowned for his no holds barred satirical commentary finely tuned after 12 seasons of the International Emmy nominated 'Late Night News', Loyiso wades seamlessly through wide-ranging topics only to irreverently pull them apart with zero governability. From his Presidential Office, Loyiso thrashes and thrills in an hour of refined and unmissable comedy genius.
Filmed in front of a live audience in Cape Town's Grand West Casino, Loyiso's latest offering is not to be missed.
It’s hard to live in South Africa for more than five minutes without looking around in wide-eyed bewilderment, and asking: “What the EFF?”.
Whether it’s hippies rubbing their chords together to produce solar energy, militants marching into parliament in Pep Store overalls and Italian shoes, or taxi drivers who manage to simultaneously cut you off and flip you the bird while paging through the newspaper and counting their money… at some point in every day, you will say: “What the EFF?”.
Fortunately, Nik Rabinowitz is here to answer that question. Or maybe not answer it, so much as shake it a bit, and see what falls out. From the leafy green ganglands of Constantia to the imaginary book-storage lockers of Limpopo, Rabinowitz casts his eye far and wide, and muses: “What the EFF?” And if politics isn’t your cup of tea, there’s plenty of other ridiculousness that’ll have you shaking your head, and clutching your sides.
(Recorded live at the Baxter Theatre, 14 March 2015)
Recorded live at the Lyric Theatre, Johannesburg on March 1st 2014.
Nik's new stand up special takes the 'Pistorius' out of almost everything South African. It's so funny, it's almost criminal.
Embark on a side-splitting journey through the poorly lit, insane reality TV series we call Mzansi, and emerge at the other end, sane and happy to live in one of the most tjatjarag countries on planet Earth.
Jeff Dunham and his iconic creations - Achmed the Dead Terrorist, Walter, Peanut, Jose Jalapeno and Bubba J - embark on an unprecedented world tour where Dunham performs across five continents, logs almost 50,000 miles, and stars in arenas where few American comedians have dared to perform.
With his signature dysfunctional family, Dunham has to be careful: Tell the wrong joke in Singapore or United Arab Emirates and risk being handcuffed before you even leave the stage; bring Achmed the Dead Terrorist on stage in Malaysia after a government warning forbidding his presence and you may begin an indefinite vacation in Kuala Lumpur.
Taped live on stage in a series of sold-out concerts, Jeff shows that humour is truly universal… most of the time.
Live stand-up show by the English comedian Al Murray. Celebrating 20 years as the Pub Landlord Al delights the audience with a set of brand new material.
Comedic legend Richard Pryor draws big laughs in this recording of one of his stand-up comedy routines at the New York Improvisation in 1971.
Capturing the spirit of the legendary comedian in his early years, this disc features many of his classic routines performed in true Pryor fashion; uncensored and outrageous.
Double bill of stand up performances from the comedian famous for his intolerant Pub Landlord persona. 'Barrel of Fun' (2010) captures Murray live at London's Hammersmith Apollo, where the Pub Landlord - a man who very much encapsulates the 'Best of British' with his love of binge-drinking, loutishness, fervent dislike of France and xenophobia in general - gives voice to his opinions on global warming, the financial crisis and chat-up lines. 'The Only Way Is Epic Tour' (2012) captures Murray on his 2012 tour of the same name, where the Pub Landlord comments on 'Broken Britain' and the general state of society amidst the continuing financial crisis.
The Australian comedienne, who assumes the persona of an air hostess, captured live in Manhattan. Pam Ann, the stage name of Caroline Reid, pulls no punches in her commentary on the idiosyncrasies of air travel and passenger relations. Applying a mixture of camp, glamour, riotous humour and double entendres to some of the biggest international airlines and their stereotypes, Pam's performances include parodies of staff from Easyjet, British Airways, Virgin and Singapore Airlines.
Al Murray, the comedian famous for his intolerant Pub Landlord persona, captured live on his 2012 'The Only Way Is Epic Tour'. As ever, The Pub Landlord - a man who very much encapsulates the 'Best of British' with his love of binge-drinking, loutishness, fervent dislike of France and xenophobia in general - has much to say about the state of the world. On this tour he reflects on 'Broken Britain' and the state of society amidst the continuing financial crisis.
Live performance from comedian Harry Hill. In this show, filmed in Leeds, Harry performs stand up comedy and sketches to hilarious results that see him being attacked by a member of the audience and trying to drink a bucket full of water.
The popular Iranian actor and comedian in his first stand-up release. After breaking all box office records at the Edinburgh Festival and then going on a forty date sell-out tour across the UK, this is the final show of the tour, recorded live at The London Palladium.
Triple bill of live stand up performances from the British-Iranian comedian. 'Tour of Duty' captures Djalili on his 2012 tour of the same name, where he brings his trademark energy to the stage as he seeks to find comedy in the fraught terrain of religious and cultural divisions. 'No Agenda' was recorded at the Hammersmith Apollo in London during the comedian's 2009 tour, while 'Live in London' sees him perform at The London Palladium.
In Stand And Deliver, Nik, a Xhosa-speaking Jew, explores the reasons why Colored people are Mcguyvering, what life will be like under the Chinese, and how come Indians don’t play rugby.
While the cover might suggest the show is about Nik surfing in his underpants, we assure you it really isn't. In fact it has nothing to do with surfing and Nik almost never goes out just in his underpants.
Live stand up performance from the British-Iranian comedian. Captured on his 2012 'Tour of Duty' tour, Djalili brings his trademark energy to the stage as he seeks to find comedy in the fraught terrain of religious and cultural divisions.
Double bill of live stand up performances from the Australian comedienne, who assumes the persona of an air hostess for her act. Pam Ann, the stage name of Caroline Reid, pulls no punches in her commentary on the idiosyncrasies of air travel and passenger relations. In 'Come Fly With Me' Pam's performance includes parodies of staff from Easyjet, British Airways, Virgin and Singapore Airlines. 'Live from New York City' captures Pam live in the Big Apple and features her usual blend of camp, glamour, riotus humour and double entendres.
The Liverpudlian stand-up comic and TV star, John Bishop takes to the road once again on his sell-out 2012 tour.
In his 14th HBO special and final concert appearance, the late American stand-up comic George Carlin ruminates with his customary unapologetic irreverence on the touchiest of subjects including life, death, religion and bureaucracy, cheerfully roasting sacred cows such as Tiger Woods, Betty Ford, overprotected children, patriotism, self-help and even the Statue of Liberty as he goes along.
'Punslinger' Tim Vine, holder of the Guinness World Record for telling the most jokes in one hour (499!), delivers his rapid-fire one-liners to an eager audience at London's Bloomsbury Theatre in 2008.
Al Murray, the comedian famous for his intolerant Pub Landlord persona, performs a live stand-up show in London.
Nik Rabinowitz is a South African comedian and author, who has made guest appearances on several comedy shows, including the British panel show Mock the Week. He currently resides in Nik Rabinowitz is a South African comedian and author, who has made guest appearances on several comedy shows, including the British panel show Mock the Week. He currently resides in Cape Town.
You can't be serious
A live recording of Nik's hilarious stand-up show, You Can t be Serious. Seriously, you can own him on DVD, and you could even watch him in the bedroom. Yours, not his.
Stand and Deliver
In Stand and Deliver, Nik, a Xhosaspeaking Jew, explores the reasons why Coloured people are Mcguyvering, what life will be like under the Chinese, and howcome Indians don t play rugby.
Live stand up performance by British writer, comedian and TV presenter Frank Skinner, recorded at the Leicester Square Theatre in London.
Lee Mack, star of BBC comedy shows 'Not Going Out' and 'Would I Lie To You?', delivers his high-energy banter and sharp one-liners to the audience of the London Hammersmith Apollo, filmed over seven nights of shows.
The English stand-up comedian and host of ITV's dating show 'Take Me Out' captured live on tour in 2011.
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