IF commentaries on social media by comedy fans who thronged Snap Cinemas in Accra last November for the maiden edition of Lekzy Decomic’s headlined show, Too Cute to Be Mute is anything to go by, then it surely served its purpose.
The comments were enough to fire up Lekzy Decomic and encouraged him to host a version of the show in Kumasi in February this year. The well attended event sent patrons cracking up with laughter right from the beginning to the end.
Lekzy who believes he still has a lot to offer is gearing up for what he calls Chapter Two of Too Cute to be Mute show which will be hosted at the National Theatre on Friday, September 30.
Other comedians OB Amponsah, General Ntatia, Oh Joe, Jerry Ashinyoh, PJ, Papa Yaw and female comedian, Afia Barcelona have also been billed for the show.
In addition to the humour therapy, Chapter Two of Too Cute to be Mute promises for patrons, it will be laced with music performance by Dwe hitmaker, Mr Drew.
Also on the night, actor and comedian Funny Face who has off the comedy scene for some time will make an appearance.
In a chat with Graphic Showbiz, Lekzy Decomic, an old student of Takoradi Technical University College said he’s really prepared for the day.
“If you think Too Cute To Be Mute was the best thing you ever saw in terms of comedy, then brace yourselves for a better experience with Chapter 2. I have been working on this for quite a while and I can’t wait to share this incredible piece with the world on September 30, 2022,” he said.
Lekzy Decomic, real name, Emmanuel Nkansah Ansong, is making a steady progress with his craft after winning the confidence of people with presentations at events such as Easter Comedy Show and Night of Laughs.
His works have been duly recognised through nominations and awards.
He won the Best Comedian at the 2017 People’s Celebrity Awards and Emerging Comedian of the Year at the 2016 Comedy Choice Awards.