Introducing Mr Carl Weber
We are very excited to announce that Carl will be joining us on our journey for 2022! Click on the link above or Read on …
Introducing someone that really needs no introduction! Mr Carl Weber! Carl has been really busy in his career and if I should mention half of what he has been up to we will spend quite a bit of time learning just quite how experienced our Mr Weber IS in the world of comedy, shows, events, festivals amongst which we cannot fail to mention his stints with Loyiso Gala, Stuart Taylor, Riaad Moosa, the Comedy Club, Nandos Comedy Festival, the Jive Festival right up to the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown amongst others. Talented our Mr Weber! Also nominated as SA’s best headline 2018 at the South African Comics choice awards, and was part of a four man show winning best online comedy show on Showmax 2021.
Why I am introducing you to Carl however is because Carl has agreed to become an ambassador for The Charity Book NPC for 2022. We are extremely thrilled and excited that he has agreed to come on board and we believe that he will add extreme value to our cause. Carl will be moving with us from event to event as Host & Emcee for our 2022 calendar of fund-raising events!
We kick off at the end of March and will continue through to December and hope that YOU will be a part of our journey and will indeed support us where you can. As you may be aware, The Charity Book NPC – was set up as a fund-raising charity interface and our aim is to Grant One Wish List at a Time! – more about that later!
On a personal note, Carl is happily married to Valene and his favourite and only dog Randall . Carl says: “If there is one thing that Covid has taught us is that we are stronger than we think, tougher than we can imagine and more resilient than we know. The only way we overcome our obstacles is together and why not overcome them while I make you laugh!!!!
“I am happy, proud and honored to be a part of this, and like Marianne Williamson said – “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, ‘Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be?”