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Salvado bringing top African comedians to Kampala for comedy show



L-R: Speke Apartment's Assistant General Manager Sajeev Kulangarath,comedian Patrick Salvado Idringi, and UBL's Whisky Portfolio Manager Annette Nakiyaga,at the press conference to announce the Africa Laughs show.

L-R: Speke Apartment’s Assistant General Manager Sajeev Kulangarath, comedian Patrick Salvado Idringi, and UBL’s Whisky Portfolio Manager Annette Nakiyaga at the press conference to announce the Africa Laughs show.

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Comedian Patrick Salvado Idringi will treat Ugandans to a steady supply of humour yet again after the return of his star-studded Africa Laughs show was confirmed on Tuesday. First held in 2013, the feast of laughter will celebrate its fourth season on October 8, 2018 at the Kampala Serena Hotel.

Salvado has over the years transformed into one of the biggest brands in comedy both locally and across the continent, with his blend of laugh-out-loud humour and cheeky charm. He pulls crowds wherever he goes and with him hosting a show, the lineup is guaranteed to crank up every bit of laughter with jokes from all over the globe. Five local acts are lined up for the Singleton-sponsored event, including Daniel Omara, Prince Emma, Ronnie Mcvex, Agnes Akite and Madrat&Chiko while international comedians Prof Hamo (Kenya), Kevin J (UK), Basketmouth (Nigeria), Alfred Kainga (Zimbabwe), Eddie Kadi (Congo), Mc Jessy (Kenya) and Arthur Nkusi (Rwanda) complete the five-star roaster.

There will definitely be no reason to miss out on what promises to be an evening of rib-cracking comedy at the Serena Conference Hall come d-day with individual tickets going for Shs100,000 and a table available for Shs500,000. The lineup promises a blend of acts that include dialects, character voices, accents, great insight into human nature and street wise humour.

For Salvado, the journey the Africa Laughs show has enjoyed is testament to the growth of comedy in Uganda and the region at large.

“The industry has risen from nothing to grace. As major stakeholders in the industry, we have the challenge of keeping things new and exciting to keep our audiences satisfied. Africa Laughs returns with lots of additions as we continue to grow and develop comedy,” said Salvado.

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