A not to miss show with the witty Ms Irit Noble

The Blah Blah Bar is a performance bar & party place situated in a beautiful Victorian building on Kloof Street in Cape Town.

The Bar will be hosting the award-winning comedy diva Ms Irit Noble on the 21 – 23 April.

Noble is said to be the only female entertainer in South Africa who combines music and comedy.

In 2015, Noble won the Mbokodo Award (bestowed in conjunction with the Department of Arts and Culture) for her contribution to SA comedy, as well as the www.oflocal.co.za Best Comic in Cape Town.

Listen to the full conversation on The John Maytham Show:

Talking to CapeTalk’s John Maytham, Noble mentioned how proud she was to receive the recognition in the industry by receiving the Mbokodo Award.

Because of people always ask her to sing more, she says her show this weekend will be filled with parody songs, her own versions of Dolly Parton’s ‘9 To 5’, Peggy Lee’s ‘Fever’, and Taylor Swift’s ‘Trouble’.

We are in a difficult time and I think we all just need to lighten up, that’s the reason comedy is doing so well these days.

Irit Noble, Comedian

The show starts at 8.30pm and cost R95 and R110 at the door

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