Keeping Up With The Koopasamys

After a ‘SOLD OUT’ debut performance in Johannesburg, Keeping up with the Koopasamys, the comedy show that spoofs reality TV show Keeping up with the Kardashians, is coming to you live at Suncoast Casino, Hotels & Entertainment (SUNCOAST) on  the 28th , 29th  and 30th of  March 2014.

From the same team that brought you the smash hit comedy show, ‘Curry on Laughing!’, this hilarious comedy will celebrate Indian sub-culture leaving you entertained and asking for more.

Louise Howell, Marketing Manager said, “Reality shows have become a firm favourite for people and we look forward to bringing you the laughter that goes with this over-the-top version of it.”

Keeping up with the Koopsamys, stars Eastern Mosiac presenter, Jailoshini Naidoo, Sans Moonsamy and Eubulus Tracy. With a crazy story line, the show will include the nosy back door neighbour, the sister’s drunk husband and uncle’s bedroom fantasies to auntie’s shoe hiding addiction.

Sans Moonsamy, the producer of the show said, “This is our debut Durban show at Suncoast and we will present an authentic Durban version.” The three actors will present characters like the fat sister Kunthie Koopasamy, Kanya East, The Nosy Neighbour Sameer, Aunty Mummy Girl, Kim Koopasamy, Koekie Koopasamy and Mani Koopasamy just to name a few.

If you thought the Kardashians were controversial, they fall short in comparison to the Koopasamys. Kim, short for Kimeshnie, has just celebrated her 40th Birthday but is unmarried and thus bringing shame to her family. Her sisters Koekie, the aspiring exotic dancer, and Kunthie, the overweight food lover, are also family embarrassments.

Find out what happens when all your children are the black sheep of the family. This is one comedy show not to be missed. Tickets are available via computicket, for only R125 and Suncoast cardholders receive up to 20% discount. For more information on the show, visit or follow the BEAT on Facebook and Twitter.

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Winner of the BMW Supertech KZN Top Business Award – Tourism Category 2014, voted KwaZulu-Natal’s “Best Casino” for the 13th year running, in the 2016 Daily News Your Choice Awards, the 2014 Ask Afrika Orange Index customer service award winning in the Casino Industry category, and recipient of the 2016 certificate of excellence by TripAdvisor.

SUNCOAST Casino, Hotels and Entertainment continues to be an integral part of the Durban entertainment scene.

SUNCOAST has a gaming floor of over 7,000m2, with coinless SMART technology, 1,600 slot machines, 67 gaming tables, and an exclusive Salon Prive called 77 Ocean Drive for higher limit slots and tables.

SUNCOAST’s leisure, dining and retail options include 13 restaurants and fast food outlets, a kids’ entertainment arcade and an 8-screen Cinecentre cinema complex.

SUNCOAST opens onto a boardwalk which links to uShaka Marine World to the south and Moses Mabhida stadium and Blue Lagoon to the north.

There is a superb grassed area between SUNCOAST and the beach offering loungers and umbrellas for the beachgoer.

The SUNCOAST Durban complex also offers 5-star conference and eventing venues plus superior accommodation at the sea-facing Suncoast Towers and SunSquare Suncoast with its Balinese-style spa and stylish Jeera Restaurant.

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