Cape comedians rally together to fundraise for Khayelitsha fire victims

A number of Cape Town comedians are rallying together to raise money for the victims of the recent Cape Town fires that raved three communities in one weekend.

Organiser Paul Cowan says they have organised three shows at various venues across the Cape.

The line-up consists of award-winning comedians including Conrad Koch, KG Mokgadi, Angel Campey and Phil De Lange.

The first show kicks off at 8 pm on Wednesday the 24th October at The Station on Bree, 207 Bree Street.

The second show will be held in Muizenberg on Friday 26th October at The Hive, 37 Palmer Road.

Then finally a Charity event at the Cape Town Comedy Club (the Pumphouse at the V&A Waterfront), on Tuesday the 6th November 2018.

Details are being finalised and the cost of tickets is expected to be around R100.

Read: NGOs rally behind Khayelitsha fire victims and Pick n Pay helps the children

To hear more about the comedy show held on behalf of the fire victims, listen below:


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