Many a reveller would agree the Fun Factory 5star Madness concert satisfactorily fit the 5 star status. From the full house, to well decorated venue, and the perfectly executed skits, the event was worth each penny spent. It went down at the Kampala Serena Hotel in the plush Victoria Hall yesterday.
The guests kept the time. By 7:30pm, the waiting lobby was full, as the guests enjoyed free Mirinda and Johnnie Walker Sour Whisky cocktails. The guests were ushered in to the silky sounds of instruments and vocals from Janzi Band. By 9 pm when the show had gone just a skit deep, the hall was full to capacity.
Fun Factory cast did not disappoint the watchful eyes and attentive ears of the guests. They put up a number of comical skits, and the audience was laughing from the word go. The skits were based on many contemporary issues like classism, conmen, infidelity, and the education system.
watchful eyes and attentive ears of the guests. They put up a number of comical skits, and the audience was laughing from the word go. The skits were based on many contemporary issues like classism, conmen, infidelity, and the education system.
The stand up comedians like Ronnie Vex, the stuttering Smart ‘Ayokya ayokya’, Ken Van Muk and Anne Kansiime were also on a roll with their stereotype jokes.
When asked about the show, the fans were full of praise. Even the Ghetto president Bobi Wine fell to the charm of fun factory.
“5 star Madness was nice. It was perfect. There is no better way to answer that question”, Bobi told our reporter.
Veronic Namanda, one of the lead actresses was proud of the effort the crew had invested.
“We gave it our all, and I am glad the people turned out in such numbers. You are the best” she said.
The event climaxed with a hilarious mock presidential debate and a surprise appearance by Salvador. The guests then departed to tunes of the then all white-clad Janzi band at around 12:30 am.