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THE Cape win­ter may be un­der way but don’t be a couch po­tato. Warm up with the com­edy fare on of­fer at the Bax­ter

Sne Dladla’s new solo show, iChameleon is on from Tues­day un­til July 8 in the Bax­ter Golden Arrow Stu­dio. Af­ter Dladla wraps up, down­stairs in the main theatre, the Jive Cape Town Funny Fes­ti­val is on from July 10 to Au­gust 6. In Gra­ham­stown, there is fan­tas­tic line-up of in­ter­na­tional and lo­cal com­edy at the Na­tional Arts Fes­ti­val from Thursday to July 9.

iChameleon is di­rected by Louk­maan Adams and pro­duced by Nik Rabi­nowitz. Dladla, 26, is a wun­derkind. The win­ner of two Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards and a Sil­ver Ova­tion Award at the Na­tional Arts Fes­ti­val for his first one-man show, The Joke’s On You, he moves seam­lessly be­tween drama, mu­si­cals and com­edy.

Re­cently the cast was an­nounced for the highly an­tic­i­pated King Kong – the mu­si­cal at the Fu­gard and Dladla has nabbed the role as the nar­ra­tor, Pop.

Be­fore see­ing him in the mu­si­cal, what can we ex­pect with iChameleon?

“I’m blend­ing the world of stand-up and theatre to show you

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