Guyana’s most popular annual satirical review, the KFC Link Show 34, entertaining Guyanese audiences by the thousands for the past 33 years, will be opening at the National Cultural Centre (NCC) between March 1 and 4.
KFC Link Show 34 satirises our current political and social situation along with political and topical personalities in a very funny and entertaining manner. Audiences can look forward to an evening of relaxation and lots of laughter.
The production, which premiered in November 1981, has been thrilling audiences from Charity to Linden and Corriverton and New Amsterdam and between 1997-2001 in the USA and Canada over the years.
The cast will comprise of both experienced actors and some promising newcomers. Link Show stalwarts such as Sonia Yarde, Michael Ignatius, Mark Luke Edwards, Mark Kazim, Sean Thompson, Randy Critchlow, Simone Persaud, Simone Dowding, Rajan Tiwari, Nirmala Narine, Paul and Sean Budnah will be joined by other seasoned actors – Sheron Cadogan, Nathaya Whaul, Melika Edmonds, Nelan Benjamin, Makini Thompson, Troy Parboo and Raymond Persaud. Newcomers on the scene will be Zoya Moore, Tamepha Rodney, Rovindra Persaud, Lee Leung, Joshua Persaud, Yohance Koama and Nalini Narishwarie.
The show starts promptly at 20:00h. Security will be provided for vehicles and the NCC dress code is in effect.
The KFC Link Show 34 is produced by GEMS Theatre Productions and The Theatre Company and is directed by Ron Robinson.
Tickets cost $2000, $1200 and $1000 and are available at the National Cultural Centre; KFC Mandela Avenue – Regent and King Streets outlets.