Cape Town Comedy Sundays: An Evening of Unforgettable Laughter and Entertainment

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Get ready for an unforgettable night filled with laughter and amusement at Cape Town Comedy Sundays. Hosted by Bokeh Studio, this event promises to be a sidesplitting evening with a special edition called “Angel’s Angels,” featuring a talented lineup of award-winning comedians.

Headlining the Show: Kate Pinchuck

Kate Pinchuck, known for her role in the popular Tali’s Joburg Diary, is the remarkable comedian headlining the show. An accomplished comedian and SAFTA nominee, Pinchuck brings her sharp wit and quick humor to the stage, promising to keep the audience entertained throughout her performance.

Other Performers

SmileFM’s Angel Campey, Mel Jones, and Tumi Mkha are also set to make this first-ever live show an evening filled with hilarious insights.

Event Details

Held at Bokeh Studio, doors open at 6 pm for drinks, with the comedy show starting at 7 pm. Tickets are available starting from R140 and can be booked through Quicket. Attendees must be 16 years or older.

Food and Parking

Attendees are welcome to bring food from surrounding restaurants before the show starts. As a bonus, Cape {town} Etc is offering a special discount on Nachos and milkshakes for two on Kloof Street for only R199.

For parking, street parking on Regent Road is available. If street parking is unavailable, you can park in one of the Spar or Checkers parking lots located higher or lower up the road on either side of Bokeh Studio.


After the comedy show, the audience is invited to stay and join one of Bokeh Studio’s legendary karaoke nights for even more entertainment.

Cape Town Comedy Sundays has combined the talents of some of the best comedians in the industry. With the likes of Kate Pinchuck, Angel Campey, Mel Jones, and Tumi Mkha, this special edition of Cape Town Comedy Sundays is expected to be a huge hit among comedy enthusiasts.

Don’t miss the chance to be part of this incredible night of comedy and entertainment. Book your tickets now and prepare yourself for an evening of non-stop laughter at Cape Town Comedy Sundays.

Event Details:

  • Location: 84 Regent Rd, Sea Point
  • Date: Sunday, 4 June
  • Time: 7 pm
  • Tickets: Here

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