The Citizen (Gauteng) - - CITY -

Com­edy fans who ap­pre­ci­ate straight-up, no-feel­ings-spared, raw com­edy from the mouth of a man who tells it as it is will get all of this and more when Mashabela Galane hits the stage at Car­ni­val City’s Bru’s this month.

Laugh and Dance is Car­ni­val City’s lat­est of­fer­ing of ver­nac­u­lar com­edy night ses­sions, pre­sent­ing one lo­cal co­me­dian at a time. On Oc­to­ber 31, Galane takes to the stage to make com­edy fans laugh hys­ter­i­cally as he speaks about all things African.

This in­stal­ment of jokes will see the Lim­popo-born funny man dig­ging deeper into the day-to­day chal­lenges the res­i­dents face, amongst other things.

From their rental ac­com­mo­da­tion in the back­rooms of Tem­bisa, to the strug­gles of try­ing to speak Zulu, mov­ing to the sub­urbs of Jo­han­nes­burg and even­tu­ally be­com­ing home­own­ers and reach­ing in­de­pen­dence.

Hail­ing from Polok­wane, this laugh-a-minute funny man says that he is gen­er­ally a bit of an in­tro­vert.

Tick­ets to this show cost R150 per per­son and are avail­able from Com­puticket.

The show starts at 8pm.

It was at school that he re­alised that, when mak­ing fun of his teach­ers and fel­low pupils, peo­ple found him hi­lar­i­ous so he de­cided to be a stand-up comic.

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