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Wednesday, 15 May 2019 11:22

Unnecessary Comedy Show by Prins is Absolutely Necessary Featured

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The comedian formally and informally known as Prins goes bigger than ever with the Live Performance and Recording of his One Man Stand Up Comedy Special “Unnecessary”, at the Lyric Theatre, Gold Reef City on the 30th May.



Originally from the Eastern Cape, Prins has performed in Switzerland, South Korea, Swaziland, Botswana, Namibia and All over South Africa for the past 6 years.

Prins has previously featured on MNET’s Trevor Noah’s Nationwild and could also be seen on the Showmax Original, ‘Funny People Africa’ as well as on Comedy Central’s ‘Grab The Mic’


“Unnecessary is a show I have been crafting for 3 years. It started in my hometown East London in 2016, and has been performed all over South Africa since; from the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, to Bloemfontein to Cape Town”.

The only city the show has never been performed in, is Johannesburg.


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“I decided to leave Johannesburg for the Grand Finale. I wanted a well matured, well crafted, perfect show to showcase on the grandest stage and recorded for television”.

‘Unnecessary’ is an introductory piece to the comedian Prins and addresses the Social ills of self, society, South Africa and the world at large. All those things we can all agree are totally ‘unnecessary’. The show is heavily concentrated on Funny in all frames. Prins being the bearer of a diverse comedy skill set.

“The show appeals to ALL audiences, from all walks of life, with the material being family friendly. Some people have described my humour as “Naughty but Nice”.

Unnecessary’ is live at the Lyric Theatre on May 30 at 8pm. Tickets available at Computicket. Early bird tickets only R100. “Unnecessary” is Necessary.




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