Review: Daliso Chaponda – Waterfront Hall, Belfast

‘What The African Said…’

ROAR and Live Nation present 3rd place BGT finalist Daliso Chapondas debut tour – ‘What The African Said’. The tour that is set to run for 52 shows, will be running until Saturday 9th June 2018, with its final act in Middlesbrough Town Hall.

As part of his debut tour, Chaponda has performed at Waterfront Hall, Belfast on Saturday 7th April 2018.

The show began with support act and Chapodas friend, Susan Murray. Witty, chuckle-some yet relatable jokes immediately created a lively atmosphere in the whole room. Energetic, comical and charming Susan Murray, has captivated the audience with her personal engagement and cringe comedy, creating the most hilarious comedy show opening in Belfast so far.

After a loud and comical opening, Daliso Chaponda rushed to the stage with the most spirited and bouncy attitude. Malawian-born comedian was not afraid to “cross the line” with his heritage, character-based, dark and blue comedy. The jokes which included debatable topics such as race, politics, religion and slavery, were told from heart and never of a bad intent. Chaponda, who came to Belfast to entertain and delight different groups of people, has also been able to fulfil his own dreams – to travel around different locations and perform his own, original shows as  a stand-up comedian.

Daliso Chapondas performances are still running around UK cities including; London, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Bristol and many more, until the 9th of June. A show that is worthy to see for those who love non-stop laughing and cheerful comedy.

Note: The show is for over 14’s only

 

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Author: Viktorija Kubiliute

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