Conrad Koch returns to Baxter in April

South African ventriloquist and award-winning performer Conrad Koch has spoken to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies about his upcoming show at the Baxter Theatre in April.

He's been away from out TV screens for sometime, working hard to get Puppet Gut on stage.

Koch says this show is a change of pace for him as he previously was highly vocal on political issues with his famous puppet Chester Missing.

This show is less political, people who are fans of Jeff Dunham, they will be fans of this show. It is really fun...

Conrad Koch, ventriloquist

The show will be running for two weeks from Apr 4and tickets are available at Webtickets at R120

To hear more about Conrad Koch upcoming show, listen below:


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