Comedian Marc Lottering recently joined 702's Clement Manyathela to talk about his childhood as a pastor’s son, career and upcoming performances.
The comedian who has performed in London, Toronto, Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Auckland and Dubai, says his new shows are a challenging but positive experience.
I always used to go to the front of the church, the congregation sort of becomes your audience and I was comfortable doing that. - Marc
With his recent experience of suddenly being referred to as "Uncle Marc", Lottering - now in his 50s, says that as he has grown his audience has changed leaving no room to make any assumptions before performances.
No more assumptions to be made, everybody is sitting in the theatre and I just think that's great to have a whole family laughing together - Marc
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Source: Talk Radio 702