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Trevor Noah’s S’pore shows sold out, the comedian takes some time out to experience hawker food

He was spotted at digging into some local cuisine




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Singapore – Popular stand-up is in Singapore for the first time to perform two shows at The Star Theatre on August 19 (Monday).

On Saturday night, the comedian- was spotted at having a taste of some local cuisine.

LAMC Productions posted the following photo on their Facebook page, welcoming Noah.

Welcome to Singapore, Trevor Noah!!! 🤩📷 credits: Lauretta Alabons / @lauretta_alabons on IG

Posted by LAMC Productions on Saturday, 17 August 2019

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Another photo of Noah with the gang was posted by Lauretta Alabons, the founder of LAMC Productions, on Instagram.

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1 More Sleep to @trevornoah Loud and Clear Singapore

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Initially, Noah was supposed to perform one show in Singapore; however, tickets were sold out rapidly, which urged the group to schedule another show.

Tickets were priced between S$98 and S$198, excluding the booking fee.

Noah will be performing two shows, both a part of his Loud and Clear Tour at 7 pm and 9:30 pm.

It is expected that Noah will be performing with the same flamboyance and style that he uses as the of .

Not to forget the witty takes on current international affairs audiences are familiar with.

Naturally, Noah is expected to deliver some new content suited to the local context, such as topics of identity and race.

Noah will also be making stops in Hong Kong and Japan for his tour. -/TISG

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