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Chigubhu one-man show

Bruce Ndlovu
FOR his one-man show which is set for the end of March, Nama Award winning comedian Clive Chigubhu wants to infuse some of his theatre training from Amakhosi Cultural Centre into his act.

The stand-up comedian, who has already held a one-man show, back in 2012 at Elite 400, wants to show those who attend his complete range as an artiste when he takes to the stage for the show which is set to culminate in a DVD.

“Unlike the traditional format of a man in a suit moving around the stage with the mic in his hand, for my one-man show I will be playing different characters and using a few different costumes to bring to life the jokes and points I will be trying to make. I will also be using a lot of visuals including clips that will help reinforce the objective of the act,” said Chigubhu.

He added that the show will be an all family affair, as he had discovered that he was a comedian who appealed to people of all ages.

“I have seen that I am a crossover comedian capable of making both the young and old laugh so my one man show will be geared towards pleasing people of all ages,” he said.