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Abbott & Crabb Johannesburg
Abbott and Crabb (Dave Abbott & Henry Crabb) have become one of the bastions of the South African entertainment, cabaret and pub circuit. They have performed at prestigious venues such as Sun City and The Carousel as well as in neighbouring countries Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia. In fact it’s probably easier to mention the few places that they haven’t played, rather than the many places where their brand of comedy and music has had audiences shouting for more.

Al Prodgers Johannesburg
Al Prodgers is a funny man! With a name like that, you might as well be, because the other kids at school are going to laugh at you anyway.
Prodgers is, of course, the ancient Celtic word for “How do you spell that?”
It’s the kind of name you change as soon as possible. Al considered changing to “Smith”, but decided that “Smith Prodgers” wasn’t a significant improvement.

Alan Committie Johannesburg
Alan Committie is a character comedian, stand-up comic, actor, director, writer, producer, MC and a part-time (fully qualified) high school teacher.

Alyn Adams Johannesburg
Durban born Alyn Adams has been at the comedy game since 1994 when he joined the "Improvisational ensemble". He started his standup career in 1995 by joining then famous Johannesburg "Comic Bytes and Natural Born Kidders". Alan is suitable for any occasion, the reason being able to do a whole range of songs and jokes, including observational comedy in his standup performance.

Annabel Linder Johannesburg
Multi award winning actress, comedienne and singer Annabel Linder, has distinguished herself in all spheres of the entertainment media.

Barry Hilton Johannesburg
Say 'the cousin' and everybody knows exactly who you're talking about. Barry Hilton is a household name in South Africa and audiences love his irrepressible sense of humour! He is a skilful, generous and engaging entertainer who pulls out all the stops for audiences across the country and his shows are invariably sold out well in advance.

Chris Forest Johannesburg
International Comedy Festival (Johannesburg and Cape Town, October 2000) under his belt - audiences absolutely adored his refreshing humour. In 2001, he was voted runner-up in the first ever Red Bull Comedy Underground Competition, in which more than 30 comics competed, at Cool Runnings, Mellville. He has been seen on television in Comedy Showcase and the Comedy Express Video.
With his wry, self-deprecating style, Chris Forrest is a quietly ticking time-bomb, ready to blow new life into the comedy scene.

Conrad Koch Johannesburg
Conrad has worked as a professional facilitator for corporate self-help workshops. He is frequently a feature at corporate functions and is repeatedly rebooked for the 5fm Heavyweight Comedy Jams, Night of 100 Stars, Smirnoff International Comedy Festival, Oppikoppi Music Festival and the South African Comedy Festival in London. His corporate clients include Standard Bank, Eskom, and BP. Conrad has worked in the UK and Australia. He requires a sound system with CD player and a raised stage and lighting are preferable to bring out the best in his show.

Cyril Green Johannesburg
He’s a household name on Television, appearing in Biltong & Pot roast and hosting his own popular show. He’s produced over 40 hours of television music, variety and comedy shows featuring top SA and international stars.

He starred in and wrote the music score for the classic hit comedy film ‘The Big Gag’. Performed at the Mofet Hechel Hatarbut theatre in Raanana and was a great success in Israel with the show ‘Latkes & Laughter’.

His comedy joke book ‘Hot Beef on Rye’ has attained unique distinction.

Darren Maule Johannesburg
Darren Maule is a South African actor and stand-up comedian best known for his role as Grant Fletcher on the SABC3 drama series Hard Copy, and for hosting the SABC3 game show Out Of The Box.

He also hosted the daytime game show Play TV on SABC3, from 2003-2005.

After 10 years of specialising in physical comedy, he shifted his focus to stand-up and in a few short years he's established himself as a top South African comic.

David Kau Johannesburg
David grew up in Kroonstad - a small and conservative town in the Free State. His mother was a prison warder. His grandmother wanted him to be a priest. He doesn't know where his father is. He was always trying to make people laugh - in between dodging tear gas and going to a local catholic school.

Jammies Jamneck Johannesburg
He’s also a very good musician and was one of the Band members of well-known Ollie Viljoen who went to UKKASIE in London to perform for 12 000 South Africans. Jammies does well at the Festivals, and has launched his CD “Jammies speel klavier die Floyd Cramer manier”.

Joe Parker Johannesburg
Joe has travelled and worked in the United Kingdom on various occasions, gathering vast experience in his field. In April 1998, he was invited to perform at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, which resulted in offers of work in Australia and a return to the Festival in 1999. The Comedy Express has also produced two videos, with Joe hosting each, both of which receive continued support through local video stores. In (Month? Year?),Joe opened the Comedy Warehouse in Cape Town, together with partner Derek Gordon. The consistently high standard of comedy at this venue saw it chosen as the setting for the SABC3 hit Comedy Showcase, (on which Joe has appeared x times). Other television appearances include Barry Hilton’s stand-up show in (Month Year), followed by People Of The South in December 2001.
Joe Parker is a comedian built to last – topical, resilient and different.


Kagiso Lediga Johannesburg
Live shows include festivals at Oppiekoppie, Up the Creek Rock Festival, 5fm Heavy weight Jam, Smirnoff International Comedy Festival where he won the People’s Choice Awardand he also took part in Laugh Out Loud.
Kagiso has performed for many corporate functions including Caltex, M-web, Ster Kinekor

Kedibone Mulaudzi Johannesburg
“ Did you guys watch the Nigeria v/s Bafana Bafana game? Man I was there at the Ellis Park Stadium. We have finally beaten Nigeria after 14 years. Let’s give Bafana Bafana a warm round of applause.

(Audience claps)

You know like the Nigeria/Bafana Bafana game was played in Ellis Park right? And Ellis Park is right next to Hillbrow. Man I was scared we were going to loose the game because Nigeria had home ground advantage. I was like “Oooh my gawd! They are going to beat us in their own country”!...

That is the sort of talent Kedibone Mulaudzi is brimming with!
Need we say more?

Krijay Govender Durban
2001 saw Krijay perform on both The Royal Rump Comedy Showcase and The Comedy Shop. Since then this former Miss India SA has become a regular on comedy stages around the country! You can also see Krijay on the small screen in her recurring role as Hemali Moodlier on ISIDINGO!

Kurt Schoonraad Cape Town
Kurt's widest exposure locally was on the nationwide Green's Spicer Campus Cities Comedy Tour 2000 where he garnered a huge following from Potch to Pretoria and RAU to Rhodes. Internationally, he featured on the front cover of the New York Times and in a BBC World Service documentary on SA comedy! Kurt has also appeared on a 5fm Heavyweight Comedy Jam, headlined the CCC's sell-out Cracking Christmas Comedy show at Artscape and their full houses at the Hermanus Whale Festival 2001. Most recently, Kurt topped the bill of the Cape Comedy Collective's celebratory holiday show "FROLIC!" at the Spier Amphitheatre in December.

Magic Man Johannesburg
Since 1999, Magic Man has been an evergreen hit at Comedy Express evenings. He has appeared on the Comedy Express Video, M-Net’s It's a Funny Country and SABC 2’s Chuckle and Chat Show, and was also invited to work at the 1998 Smirnoff International Comedy Festival in Durban and Cape Town. Whether he’s working an intimate room or a large pub, Magic Man’s boyish, charming blend of gags and unbelievable sleight-of-hand keeps the whole room enthralled.

Marc Lottering Cape Town
Marc Lottering hails from Cape Town and is considered by many to be one of South Africa’s top comedians. Marc first appeared on the comedy circuit 7 years ago. His self-scripted one-man shows have earned him critical acclaim, both locally and abroad.

Prior to taking to the stage as a comedian, Marc dabbled in musical theatre, taking prominent roles in musicals such as AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’, GREASE and BABY.

In 1997, Lottering introduced himself to Cape Town as a comedian. Marc’s phenomenal local success resulted in him embarking upon sellout national tours. Soon after, Marc was invited to entertain homesick South Africans in London, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Lottering has been hugely successful in bringing to the fore one hit show after the next:

Mark Banks Johannesburg
Mark Banks this year celebrates 14 years as a one man entertainer. He originally started in the performing arts at the age of 11 when uniquely he was able to balance an entire Zulu rondavel and its contents on his chin while singing ‘I’d like to Teach the World to Sing’ by the then -New Seekers.

Martin Jonas Johannesburg
Supported Joe Parker on the First Farewell Tour, performed at the Smirnoff International Comedy Festivals & played the 5fm Comedy Jam to an audience of 3 000 in Sandton, Johannesburg. He’s a firm fixture on the Comedy Express, the corporate circuit, and major TV Comedy shows.

Roland Gaspar Johannesburg
He was the guest comedian at the Variety Club’s recent celebrity boxing match held at Carnival City, which featured celebs like SABC3’s Graham Richards, Top Billing’s Tumisho Masha, Isidingo’s Brandon Auret and many others.

He is an experienced speaker and excellent motivator, having been used by Coca Cola Sabco in plants across 6 countries across their African division. Roland’s clean fun style has been extremely well received by corporate and entertainment audiences across the country.

Soli Philander Cape Town
A regular face on South African television and stages, this 41-year old multi-talented, award-winning actor, director, comedian, playwright, columnist and presenter on radio and television has been a feature of the Media and Arts- and- Entertainment Industry for more than 20 years.

Stuart Taylor Johannesburg
Stuart’s television credits include “Evita Live and dangerous”, Barry Hilton’s “Funny you should say that”, “Top Billing”, “The Phat Joe show” , “Heita”, SABC 3’s “Comedy Showcase” and “Laugh Out Loud”, South Africa’s biggest ever comedy event.
He is the South African comedy link for the Lion Red Sports Café, a New Zealand sports show hosted by ex-All Blacks Rick Selitso and Mark Ellis on SKY television. Stuart has had regular comedy features on the P4 & Good Hope FM Breakfast Shows.
International credits include performing at the Pleasance Dome, at the Edinburgh fringe festival and Berlin Comedy Festival 2004.
Stuart is currently the host of the SABC show “Going nowhere slowly".

Trevor Noah Johannesburg
The young and vibrant Trevor Noah started his career in the entertainment industry on the popular local soapie “Isidingo” and soon thereafter hosted an educational show on SABC2 for two years. While still on TV, Trevor started hosting his own radio show “Noah’s Ark” on Gauteng radio Station “Yfm”. Moving into the world of comedy, Trevor quickly amassed respect as a comedian and performs at many of the comedy shows around the country including “Blacks Only”, “State Of The Nation” and the “Vodacom Campus Comedy Tour”. Performing at countless clubs around the country, Trevor also Mc’s at Dacqs Café in Pretoria and Rhazoos at Morula Casino. Trevor performs at numerous company functions either as a comic or an MC. His impersonations and acting skills are complimented by the fact that he understands and speaks 6 South African languages. An all-round performer and an immensely talented young man, Trevor Noah is a must see!