Africa

    • Etienne Shardlow takes to the stage as his hilarious ‘Schoolboy’ character (Courtesy E. Shardlow)
    • Shardlow is known for his bitter, dry and sarcastic wit. (Courtesy E. Shardlow)
    • A poster advertising ‘Etty Spaghetti,’ with Shardlow as ‘The Chef’ character (Courtesy E. Shardlow)
    • An advertisement for Shardlow’s ‘Etty Spaghetti’ show (Courtesy. E. Shardlow)

    South African comedian Etienne Shardlow

    Darren Taylor

    Published April 05, 2013

    Features of Shardlow’s work are sarcasm, a deadpan, dry wit and clever wordplay. One character, The Schoolboy, reveals his warped views of the adult world…in often hilarious ways.


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