•Daniel Ndambuki’s 'Churchill' journey started with an all-time hit comedy show: “Redykulass”
Comedians are gearing up to excite a Kenyan audience at what is said to be a game-changing, rib-cracking Laugh Festival in Nairobi at the KICC Tsavo Ballroom.
This is the fourth annual edition of the Laugh Festival.
The night of African comedy by The King of comedy Daniel ‘Churchill’ Ndambuki will feature the best of the best Kenyan comedians and their international counterparts including Celeste Ntuli (South Africa), Salvado (Uganda), Daliso Chaponda (Malawi), Loyiso Gola (South Africa), Q-Dube (Zimbabwe) and Oga Bachelor (Nigeria).
The Laugh Festival is a premier comedy and entertainment event with the aim of converging Africa’s top-performing comedians on a grand stage annually.
The Laugh Festival 2022 edition brings back momentum to the series following a Covid hiatus with the last edition successfully held in 2019.
Partners of the fourth edition of Laugh Festival include Radio Africa (Classic 105 & Kiss 100).
Daniel Ndambuki’s 'Churchill' journey started with an all-time hit comedy show: “Redykulass”.
He, however, built his brand around his stage name “Churchill” which holds the record as the longest-running and successful weekly live-recording comedy and family TV show in Kenya changing the comedy scene with a unique comedy style.
Churchill has spearheaded different projects in an effort of nurturing local talent.
These include Churchill Raw: a show that brought new and raw talent to the screens, Churchill Comedy Clubs: which are creative comedy hubs across Kenya and Churchill Comedy Experience: which inspires and motivates students in various campuses across the country, Top Comic, Kids festival, TekeTeke, amongst other projects.