Trevor Noah, the South African comedian who replaced Jon Stewart as the host of Emmy and Peabody Award winning television show The Daily Show, is returning to New Zealand for what will undoubtedly be a hilarious night of stand-up.

Noah will play at Auckland’s Civic Theatre on September 3.

Born in South Africa to a black South African mother and a white European father, Noah has hosted numerous television shows in his native South Africa as well as the US.

Despite his television commitments, he maintains an active touring stand-up careers which will see him performing across Europe and the States before heading to New Zealand, for what will be his third appearance in Auckland (having played here in 2013 and 2014).

In his new stand-up show, Lost in Translation, Trevor seeks to address major domestic and international events, sharing his outlook on the world today including terrorism, racial tensions in America and what it is like being African and travelling into the US during the Ebola crisis.

Tickets for Noah’s Civic appearance go on sale today via Ticketmaster.


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