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Lekzy DeComic Set To Bring To Ghanaians The Second Edition Of His Annual Comedy Special – Too Cute To Be Mute Chapter 2

Lekzy DeComic – Ghana’s ‘cutest’ comedian, is set to bring to Ghanaians the second edition of his annual comedy special – Too Cute To Be Mute Chapter 2.

Having successfully held the first edition last year at the Snap Cinemas, Chapter 2 of Too Cute To Be Mute promises to be bigger and very entertaining as organisers line up the crème-de la-crème of Ghana’s best comedians and musicians.

Performing on the night will be a fellow comedian and co-host of the Half Serious Show – OB Amponsah, and comic actors Clemento Suarez and Jeneral Ntatia. Also making an international appearance will be Simy from Kenya.

The biggest surprise of the night will be the return to the stage after 11 years, Benson Nana Yaw Oduro popularly known as Funny Face.

This Year’s hitmaker, Mr Drew, is expected to electrify the stage with his performance as he is known to do every time.

Lekzy DeComic, since his inception into the industry 8 years ago, has performed across the breadth and length of the country. Until his recent exit from Dreamline Entertainment, he was the headline act of Ghana’s popular monthly comedy show – Laughlin and has since been a headline act on most comedy nights earning him several nominations and awards in Ghana. Currently a co-host of The Half Serious Show on GhOne, Lekzy DeComic has become much popular as an impressionist and this is what he promises to bring Ghanaians as he says, “I will be on the stage alone but many characters shall join me.”

Too Cute To Be Mute Chapter 2 comes off on 30th September 2022 at the National Theatre. Tickets go for a cool 100 Ghana Cedis and can be purchased digitally through *928*528# on all mobile platforms.

Too Cute To Be Mute Chapter 2 is being organized by 2 Cute Entertainment led by Event Management progidy – George Quaye, in collaboration with the National Theatre of Ghana and Image Bureau.

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