Have the Last Laugh for Comedy Wednesday!
Kurt Schoonraad hits The Bravo Lounge at the Garden Route Casino in Mossel Bay for a night of side splitting, belly busting, afro teasing comedy… on the 8th of August at 8pm!
It’s only 50 bucks per person… as Algoa FM brings you a rip roaring night with Kurt Schoonraad Live at the Bravo Lounge, in the Garden Route Casino.
Tickets available from the cash desk.
More Entertainment… More fun…. And the Last Laugh… brought to you by Algoa FM!
Prepare for stomachs in stitches with Kurt Schoonraad at Bravo Lounge
The wild, whacky and zany funny-man from Mitchell’s Plain, Kurt Schoonraad, has promised to have the audience rolling on the floor laughing when he performs his Kurt Schoonraad LIVE show at Garden Route Casino’s Bravo Lounge on Wednesday 8 August.
“Knowing him this is no idle threat. Comedy fans must brace themselves for a real tummy workout because they are literally going to be in stitches laughing. The next day is a public holiday so there’s no excuse not to be there or go home early,” says the casino’s general manager, Robin Seabrook.
Schoonraad’s show kicks off at 20:00 but Seabrook urges people to arrive early. Entrance is R50 per person. Fans who want to ensure that they get a seat can book early at the casino’s guest relation desk at 044 606 7777.
For most people, Schoonraad is an instantly-recognisable face, having done the rounds at comedy shows across the country for over 10 years, and pioneering the hugely-successful “Jou Ma se Comedy Club”, a popular and ground-breaking weekly showcase that is truly benefiting Cape Town culture and the comedy industry as a whole. He is also a popular favourite on the “South African Arts Festival” scene and some of his stage accolades include the “East Coast Radio Ha Ha Comedy Showcase” in Durban, the “Smirnoff Comedy Festival”, and the “Cape Town International Comedy Festival”.
He is well-known as the quirky accidental tourist on the hit SABC TV series “Going Nowhere Slowly” and for his role as the whacky protagonist on the popular game show “Crazy Games” between 2006 and 2009. Other TV accolades include hosting a season of the ever popular “Comedy Showcase” on SABC, featuring on Pieter Dirk Uys’s “Evita, Live & Dangerous”, and Barry Hilton’s “Funny you should say that”. Although hilariously funny, he performs a clean act focusing on the widespread diversity of our rainbow nation’s varied cultures.