COMEDIAN Sagren Moodley – aka Karou Charou – says nothing is off limits when he performs his latest show in Nelson Mandela Bay this weekend. Moodley is bringing his strictly adult and off-the-wall humour to the Boardwalk with his new show Don’t Dalla Wid Da Masala (DDWDM) on Friday at 8pm.
Port Elizabeth comedy fans encountered a taste of Charou when he performed at the same venue with the Uncles Peru & Bala earlier this year.
“[The show] dissects all things Indian,” said Moodley.
“Amongst other things Karou relates his woes on losing money at the races, advises women on the advantages of dating older men, and warns on the dangers of social media and internet dating.”
Charou is often controversial, so how far will this show push the boundaries?
“When Karou was last in PE, touring with duo Peru and Bala, his sets were ‘clean’ due to it being a family show.
“With DDWDM, Karou’s true character comes to the fore. No topic is off limits.”
Karou is also known to get very involved with his audience.
“Karou often walks off stage to engage the audience, and this show will be no different.
“Without giving much away, the audience segment involves a magic trick and a roll of toilet paper. Nuff said!” quipped Moodley.
“The audience are in for a 90-minute, high-octane on-stage comedy riot.”
The show also has Charou’s take on topics which include spiritual healers, Michael Jackson and gold teeth.
Whilst you’ve heard of Pop Idols, Charou’s “Flop Idols” set is another matter altogether.
The show carries an over-18, Adults Only age restriction.
Karou will also be performing at the Venue@Hemingways in East London on Sunday at 4pm.
Tickets for either show can be purchased from Computicket for R120 per person.