happenings this month Trevor Noah Is Coming To Dubai!
Trevor Noah Is Coming To Dubai!
Updated on 01 May 2023

Trevor Noah, the hilarious comedian from South Africa, known for his sharp wit as well as being the host of 'The Daily Show', which has gone on to win an Emmy Award, is coming to Dubai for an unmissable show that will send the audience into a frenzy of laughter.

The show will be held on 3 October at Coca-Cola Arena, performing as part of the 'Off The Record' tour.

The stand-up artist has also released popular solo performances on Netflix, including 'Trevor Noah: Son of Patricia', 'Trevor Noah: Afraid of the Dark' and more.

Prices for the tickets start at Dhs 295 and will go on sale at noon from 5 May via the Live Nation website.

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