Laugh “Til Yu Belly Buss” at Big Comedy Night
The ever hilarious Jamaican comedian Christopher “Johnny” Daley returns as Get Well Ministry, Inc. presents “Big Comedy Night: Laff Til Yu Belly Buss.” Set for June 12, starting 7 p.m. at the Coral Springs High School Theater, the “Lime Tree Lane” star will be headlining a carnival of comedy, featuring other top South Florida talents.
Also performing will be Rohan Gunther, Sammy Question and Spicy, Queen Maxine and Pauline Mathy, Turner the Magician, Sas Squash and Spider Squash, Bassie Dave, and Linguistic. Comedian Rev. St Hope will be the host for the concert.
Gunther has been blowing up the South Florida scene since his recent move from Jamaica, where he hosted his own comedy series “Mi Nah Laff.” In addition to headlining several concerts in Miami, he’s also appeared at the “World Laff Festival” in Trinidad on Tobago alongside Blacka Ellis, Peter Josephs and Diva Racquel Price.
Sammy Question also appeared on episodes of “Lime Tree Lane,” and later teamed up with the late comedian Apache chief as a duo. Sammy has since teamed up with female comedienne Spicey with hilarious results. As for Linguistic, his comedy is built around his ability to mimic the speech patterns and accents of people from various countries.
Meanwhile, Queen Maxine has been the star of many South Florida theater productions including Theater World’s “Barbershop Bangarang” and “Three ‘Gl goat,” plus many appearances on the Jamaica Jerk Festival culture stage.
As usual Laff adds variety to the concert with the appearance of dj/rapper Sas Quash, a winner at Showtime at the Apollo back in 1999. He will appear with his young son prodigy Spider Squash. And that’s along with a performance by Bassie Dave and his band. Dave is the current bass player for reggae super star Shaggy. All this will be topped off by the magical tricks of illusionist, Turner the Magician.
Comedy Night- Laff til Yu Belly Buss is a family friendly event with kids under 12 admitted free. The event is the latest in a series of comedy concerts and stage plays presented by Get Well Ministry to raise funds for their charity foundation.