Following playing to full houses in the United States, Trevor Noah will be in Port Elizabeth in October as part of a national tour.
His show, “That’s Racist,” was voted the “act most likely to make a million quid” at the Edinburgh Festival in August this year.
The Guardian newspaper described his set as “an “impressive fringe debut from a classy young comic”.
Tickets for the Port Elizabeth show are already selling fast, according to The Boardwalk public relations and entertainment manager Caley Phillips.
Noah, who has been based in Los Angeles while touring the United States since appearing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Show in January, is well known to local audiences through his numerous television shows in South Africa, including the country’s music, television and film awards, the South African Comedy festival and his own night time talk show.
He has sold more DVDs than any other standup comedian in Africa, Crazy normal his latest, Goodbye for now show and Daywalker 2.0.
He is in Port Elizabeth from Thursday, October 2 till Sunday, October 6.
Shows will start at eight from Thursday till Saturday, and Sunday’s show will start at five.
Tickets are available from Computicket at R180.00.
041 507 7944
Please Note: This event has already taken place. Please check our events list for current events.