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On Saturday, 23 March 2019, all the comedians featured on Showmax’s comedy-reality Original series Trippin With Skhumba will appear on one stage at 1 Fox Junction in Joburg, in a stand-up extravaganza the likes of which could only come together by the force of nature that is Skhumba Hlophe.
Don’t miss your chance to see Mashabela Galane, Celeste Ntuli, Tumi Morake, Salesman, Siya Seya and Schalk Bezuidenhout, along with show host Skhumba, and a line-up of up-and-coming comics from each of the comedians’ hometowns. These rising stars will get to share the stage for the first time with their mentors, and it will be a beautiful – and hilarious – thing to behold.
Gates open at 18:00 and the event starts at 20:00.
Grab your tickets through webtickets or at any Pick ‘n Pay nationwide. Tickets cost R250 and numbers are limited! Go to Webtickets or call 0861110005 for more.
Stand a chance to win double tickets!
Sign up to Showmax before 20 March 2019 and you will go into a draw to win one of 100 sets of double tickets to the live show.
Here’s how to enter:
- Go to www.showmax.com to sign up.
- You will get an email confirmation once you’ve signed up.
- Send your email confirmation to TWS@showmax.com.
- And then you’ll be entered to win one of 100 sets of double tickets!
Winners will be announced on the 20th of March.
Note that the competition is only applicable to residents of Johannesburg, and no transport or accommodation will be provided. For Ts & Cs, go here.
In the meantime, watch the first episodes of Trippin With Skhumba, only on Showmax. Episode 1 sees Skhumba visiting Mashabela Galane in his hometown of Moletjie village in Limpopo, including his Moringa gin distillery, and in episode 2 he drives over 1 000 kilometres to visit Xhosa comedian Siya Seya (and his mother) in Port Elizabeth.
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