Cape Town comedy club among world top ten

Cape Town comedy club has been voted among the top 10 comedy clubs in the world.

Kurt Schoonraad, comedian and founder of the Cape Town comedy club says he still trying to digest the news 24 hours later.

Schoonraad says he started the comedy club with his wife with no funding and over the years it has grown tremendously.

The club has hosted some of the world’s most famous comedians and some of South Africa's most talented comedians.

The Cape Town Comedy club has found itself in a beautiful position to be the one stop shop for comedy in this part of the world...

Kurt Schoonraad, Comedian and founder of the Cape Town comedy club

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