Very many people especially in the entertainment industry have been hit hard by COVID-19 because of the restrictions that it comes with. Comedy Store that is hosted by Alex Muhangi happened every week on Thursday at the UMA exhibition hall before the whole COVID frenzy. It brought together many comedians, artists and of course people looking for a good laugh.
This year on Valentine’s Day, Comedy Store had probably one of it’s biggest shows headlined by Nigerian artist Rudeboy at the Lugogo Cricket Oval. However after 6 months of no work because of the pandemic, many of the comic stars are trying to find ways of making us of the platforms closest to them. Alex Muhangi will be having a virtual show starting this Friday at 8pm.
Together will Fezah, an airplay monitoring and artist booking company, they will be bringing two show to viewers at an affordable price. According to Muhangi the virtual show will allow even people in diaspora to attend the show.
Formerly, Comedy Store ordinary tickets were at Ugx 20,000 but for the virtual show viewers will pay Ugx 10,000.