Barry Hilton –  aka ‘The Cousin’ is an award-winning South African comedian, actor, and TV personality with 4 decades of experience. His unique style of performance – observational and witty – has an international appeal and has won the hearts of old and young around the globe. In 2014, the South African comedy industry paid tribute to the seasoned entertainer by presenting him with the Lifetime Achiever Award at the annual Comics Choice Awards.

After 6 years of initially working as an electrician he tried his hand at comedy – turning Professional in 1983 at the age of 26. Inspired by comedians Richard Pryor and Billy Connolly, Barry has opened for comic greats such as Bob Monkhouse, Bobby Davro, Billy Connolly and Les Dennis and was also the first South African comedian to perform at the Sun City Extravaganza, Royal Swazi and Wild Coast Sun and London’s Comedy Store.

To this day Barry continues to fill venues with his solo shows and will taking his ultra-funny comedy show UNSCRIPTED to London, Scotland, Ireland and Malta during June and July 2022.


Kgothatso Montjane – aka ‘KG’ – is a South African Paralympian wheelchair tennis player ranked 4th in the world. She has been named South Africa’s disabled sportswoman of the year three times and holds 29 singles titles.

Also successful in doubles,  KG won the Belgian Open in 2015 together with Jordanne Whiley. In 2013 and 2014, she participated in 3 of the 4 Grand Slam tournaments, Australian Open, Roland Garros and US Open, where she was able to reach the quarter and semi-finals in the singles and the semi-finals in all of the doubles tournaments.

In 2018 KG qualified to compete at Wimbledon as the first black South African woman to do so.  Later in the same year, KG competed at the US Open and became the first African wheelchair tennis player to qualify for all four Grand Slam tournaments.


Retshegofaditswe ‘Tshego’ Nché – more commonly referred to as Ox Nché – is a South African rugby union player for the Sharks in Super Rugby and the South African national team the Springboks. His regular position is prop, and he is a formidable scrummager.

Nché first earned provincial selection in 2011, when he was included in the Free State squad that participated at the Under-16 Grant Khomo Week in Queenstown. In 2012, Nché represented Free State at the premier high school rugby union competition in South Africa – the Under-18 Craven Week competition. He was also selected for the South African Schools squad that played against France, Wales and England and made three appearances for the Free State U19s during the 2013 Under-19 Provincial Championship.





Barry Hilton the electrician

Kevin Anderson greatest memories

Kgothatso Montjane playing tennis for the first time

Ox Nché graduating

Barry Hilton teaching people to laugh

Kgothatso Montjane finally getting to Wimbledon and hopeing to win

Ox Nché stepping out of Beast’s shadow

Kevin Anderson toughest opponent

Barry Hilton touring the UK

Kgothatso Montjane hoping to win Wimbledon

Ox Nché toughest opponent