I was one of a select few media, who was invited to a preview of Comedian Robby Collins‘ one man show called “Son of Carol” a few days ago. In case you didn’t know, the Goliath and Goliath Comedy Club now also has an additional venue in Braamfontein, in Johannesburg, downstairs at the Bannister Hotel, and this was the venue for the showcase.
Trevor Noah is the talk of the town, internationally and locally, and Mzansi is ever so proud of of our “Man in NYC” – a local who is really making it as big as Charlize Theron. Well done to this Son of Africa! Trevor Noah is the best South African comedian, in my opinion, as this view was solidified when I saw him at his recent SA performance at Montecasino. He was on point, topical and so sleek.
The show broadcasts in the USA on 28 September (as can be seen in the below teaser for the show) but it launches in South Africa on Tuesday, 29 September at 9pm on Comedy Central, DSTV channel 122. I have already put a note in my iPhone to PVR the entire season, so looking forward to it.
Here’s a teaser to whet your appetite.
It was recently announced that media personality and businesswoman, Bonang Matheba, was the only South African female to make the prestigious Forbes Magazine‘s 13 most influential artists in Africa list. The other two South Africans to make the list were Trevor Noah and DJ Sbu (Sibusiso Leope).
This took me back to a few months ago, when Bonang appeared as our celebrity guest on Spirit Sundae (SABC1).