Ghetto Laughs comedy nights at Soweto Theatre


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Ghetto Laughs - Tshepiso Nkoe
Ghetto Laughs – Tshepiso Nkoe

You don’t want to miss out on an evening of laughs featuring Chris Forest, Gorge Kuda and Tshepiso Nkoe at the Soweto Theatre on April 26.

Ghetto laughs is at it again at Soweto Theatre on Thursday, April 26 at 8pm. Tickets are available online:, R80 presold and R100 at the door. If you want to laugh until you drop or maybe willing to go further than that by cracking your ribs this is a place to be.

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Ghetto Laughs introduces the host of the night, Sister H AKA Emelda, who is not only known for her short videos that travel all around South Africa dropping people’s jaws but is also an upcoming stand-up comedian Here she presents a diverse line up to satisfy your comedy pallet.


    Chris Forrest has been at the forefront of South Africa’s 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. Chris has hosted his own episode of “Comedy Central Presents Live at Parkers” and performed three successful one-man shows.
    SA-based Zimbabwe comedian, Gorge Kuda was born in Mashonaland East’s Marondera. He has already performed with big-name SA comedians including Trevor Noah and been in SA’s province except the Northern Cape. He has also performed in Botswana and Swaziland, not forgetting his homeland.
    “A young stand-up comedian, artist and overall creative ass kicker here to give a voice to the weird and socially awkward” as he describes himself from social media platforms. Tshepiso Nkoe has also performed alongside the greatest SA comedians and is growing fast in the comedy industry.

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