Chris Forrest – He’s a Really Nice Guy
He speaks slow, but he thinks quick. Some call him South Africa’s answer to Steven Wright, others say “who is Steven Wright?” whilst others say, “we’re out of milk, can you please pick some up on your way home.” Chris Forrest, the deadpan face of South African comedy brings you his inaugural solo show “Chris Forrest – He’s a really nice guy”, which with his dry sense of humour and completely odd take on life promises to be a side splitting affair. For one show only, Chris will be performing his debut one man show at The Tesson Theatre, The Johannesburg Civic Theatre in Braamfontein on Wednesday, 26th of November.
With topics varying from the difficulties of being single, to his experiences aboard, to the joys of life in South Africa, there’s bound to be something for everyone. So make sure you wear a belt (to stop your sides splitting – duh) and come and enjoy “Chris Forrest – he’s a really nice guy”.
Chris Forrest has been on the forefront of South Africa’s comedy scene for close to ten years now. His unique dry sense of humour has made him one of the country’s most popular comedians and ensured that audiences are left in stitches wherever he goes.
Best known for his TV appearances such as being one of the stars of the “Pure Monate Show” and numerous successful ad campaigns which include being Sasol’s volunteer Olympic coach “Coach Joe”, the “Yo” guy for the Vodacom Challenge, and the recent eBucks advert we he played four different versions of himself. He’s also had smaller roles on Komplex, and the Emmy nominated episode of “Sorted”.
Chris has also been a regular performer on South Africa’s premier comedy show “The Heavyweight Comedy Jam” which tours the country on a regular basis, as well as being an honorary black man on the hugely successful “Blacks Only Show” which has revolutionised comedy in SA. Chris is also the regular host of the King Size Comedy Shows, attracting crowds of three thousand plus.
Don’t miss Chris Forrest – He’s a Really Nice Guy, at the Tesson Theatre at the Johannesburg Civic Theatre on Wednesday, 26th of November. Show starts at 20h00 and tickets are available at Computicket R120 excl Computicket service charges. Book Now!