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The Noose & Kakis leaves live audience in stitches

Chua Enlai, Judee Tan, Suhaimi Yusof, Alaric Tay and six guest comedians poked fun at anything and everything under the sun

The Noose & Kakis leaves live audience in stitches

“You know what they say about The Noose: we are good from far…and far from good!”

That was Pornsak Sukhumvit’s (played to usual perfection by Chua Enlai) punchline after joking about the audiences in the faraway “cheap seats” having the best view of The Noose & Kakis live show last night.

We think he was just being modest: if that were the case, then we wouldn’t have seen 1,500 folks show up to The Theatre @ Mediacorp, and we certainly wouldn’t have heard all kinds of chuckles, giggles and guffaws brought on thanks to Enlai, Judee Tan, Suhaimi Yusof, Alaric Tay and their band of guest comedians (Kumar, Harith Iskander, Fakkah Fuzz, Kavin Jay, Rizal van Geyzal and Rishi Budhrani).

In the same vein as the recorded television programme on Channel 5, the two-hour live show poked fun of everything under the sun, from the annual haze (hence the title of the show 11 Months of Fresh Air) to the City Harvest Church saga (featuring a parody of Sun Ho’s ‘China Wine’ by a gyrating Judee) to our neighbouring country Malaysia (and its “best comedian”, Prime Minister Najib).

Even a Noose star was not spared. “If an artiste who cannot speak Chinese can be nominated for the Star Awards…” (They were, of course, referring to Enlai, who is nominated for this year’s Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes for the first time.)

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Show details
Date: April 1 & 2, 2016 (Friday & Saturday)
Time: 2pm (Saturday only) & 8pm
Venue: The Theatre @ Mediacorp, 1 Stars Avenue
Ticket prices: $65, $85, $115, $135, $168 (Kakis Package), $200 (Noose Package, includes meet-and-greet with the cast) *Excludes booking fee
Tickets are available from Sistic through its website and booking hotline (6348 5555)

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