The road to Bwahaha

The road to Bwahaha

While government ministers shuffle faster than a deck of cards at a swingers party, judges are redeployed as car guards and convicted criminals lead Justice towards the boudoir using the secrecy bill as a condom… the only way to describe the general mood in SA’s halls of power is…
“Mass Hysteria.” – from the chaotic ruins of SA politics rises a new hope.

The country’s finest comedy performers stand up and take the reins. If comedy had a government, this would be it:
DeVries, Lindi, Rasdien, Missing, Schoonraad, Vlismas, and Modikoane join forces to bring this country just what it needs – The Road To Bwahaha. A stand-up comedy show like no other – all headliners, one stage, and no prisoners. It will all come together at the Grand Arena, GrandWest, on August 16 and 17.

“This is the will of the people,” says Minister of Offence, John Vlismas. “They are tired of being told about service delivery, so we are going out to the people, and doing material delivery. Our government is working overtime to write comedy; the least we can do is share it out amongst the people.”

Each minister will address the nation in accordance with their mandate here in Cape Town.
Screamingly funny, seamlessly staged – this show has a bigger budget than lunch at Nkandla, more full chairs than Parliament and less jokes than Dina Pule’s defence team… ladies and gentlemen of South Africa, rise up as one and book at Computicket – Viva Haha Viva!

The following ministers will be performing in Cape Town:

Casper De Vries – Minister of Science Fiction, Internet and Miniseries.

Mpho Modikoane – Minister of Youth.

Joey Rasdien – Minister of Religion and Evolution.

Ndumiso Lindi – Roosta In Chief

Chester Missing – Minister Of Nik Naks, Guilty Whites and Latex.

Kurt Schoonrad – Minister of Gatsby’s, Gaps and Gangs

John Vlismas – Minister of Offence.

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