Supporting the South African comedy industry during COVID-19 lockdown


169 days ago

Savanna Premium Cider will launch its #SavannaVirtualComedyBar on Thursday 9 April in its continued support for the South African comedy industry during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Over the next few months paid comedians will take to a virtual stage to showcase their talent to South Africans.

The #SavannaVirtualComedyBar will consist of the weekly Bar Nights and bi-weekly Comedy Specials.

Azania Mosaka spoke to stand-up comedian Nik Rabinowitz to find out more.

Obviously a lot of people have lost a lot of jobs, so it is providing people with some income and an opportunity to do what we love doing and for audiences to experiences some relief.

Nik Rabinowitz, Stand-up comedian

It is not stand up comedy in the traditional sense. If you are familiar with game shows, panel shows....it is three comedians really having a conversation with one another, we have got some interesting technology and a lot of improvisation that is going to happen. It is an experiment, we will see how it goes.

Nik Rabinowitz, Stand-up comedian

Follow Savanna on any of its social media platforms to get links to the shows and be part of the audience.

Click on the link below to hear more....

This article first appeared on 702 : Supporting the South African comedy industry during COVID-19 lockdown

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