So who the 'al is Prodgers?
My parents had a sense of humour. They named a boilermaker's boy-child Alistair Martin Prodgers, and sent me off to school to get the snot beaten out of me!
"What's your name, then?"
"Prodgers to you too!" (BIFF! SCUFFLE! PUMMEL! OUCH!)
All Prodger is highly experienced and has represented SA in London, Toronto, Dubai and various African countries including Namibia, Zambia and Uganda. He is accessible with a sense fo humour that is easily understood by both South Africans and visitors from abroad, in fact in 2008 he was a finalist in the prestigious Yuk Yuk Great Canadian Laugh off of 2008. He regularly performs on major stages in South Africa with a highlight being the 2010 Vodacom Funny Festival at the Baxter Theatre Concert Hall in Cape Town.
He has toured with his own comedy shows, "@ Full Tilt" ('98) and "Bad Manners" ('99 & '00) as far afield as Windhoek in Namibia and the Grahamstown Arts Festival Fringe.
In 2002 he went to London to emcee the "Stand Up South Africa" Comedy Festival at Riverside Studios in Hammersmith. One hundred years after the Anglo-Boer War, he invaded them!
He's done Stand-up and Improv on television as well. This includes shows such as Dali Tambo's "People of the South" ('96), "Mainly For Men" ('99 &'00), "The Barry Hilton Show" ('01), Comedy Showcase ('01), and The Smirnoff International Comedy Festival ('01). There's also a clip on the Joe Parker Comedy Express II video that's available in most South African stores right now.
When it comes to corporate work, Al places client satisfaction at the heart of his comedic performances. He is a versatile performer who customise his comedy to communicate a company message. He boasts a positive and interactive style that will energize an audience through laughter.
Al is a television veteran with numerous appearances in TV series such as Generations, Isidingo, and Wild at Heart. Currently he has written and presents Man on a Mission in the series Zooming in on Men on SABC.
Al has regularly appeared on international comedy stages from Seychelles and Mauritius to sophisticated venues in London, UK. He has entertained audiences in Dubai and Abu Dhabi and worked in Windhoek, Maputo, Gaborone Zambia and Uganda at home on the African continent.
Al’s motivational talks are light-hearted, laced with plenty of his stand-up comedy that equips individuals & teams to manage change in a positive and optimistic way. He also uses improv comedy techniques to demonstrait how to build constructive conversations that will enhance communication & creativity in the workplace.
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