Munya Chawawa Voted Best Breakthrough Performer At The First British National Comedy Awards

After a meteoric year on little and large screens, Munya Chawawa was voted Best Breakthrough Performer at the first British National Comedy Awards for Stand Up to Cancer. 

The inaugural ceremony was held at Camden Roundhouse in London on Wednesday 2 March. During his acceptance speech, the Zimbabwean Comedian joked, 
“There was a time that I really did believe that my future would be touring small northern towns as a JLS tribute act; thanks to this award, that will not happen for at least another five years.”

Munya Chawawa
Munya Chawawa
Image Credit: Instagram/@munyachawawa

The awards celebrating Britain’s favorite funny people were hosted by Tom Allen, with trophies being handed out by stars of comedy and entertainment including Matt Lucas, Meera Syal, Jamie Demetriou, Jessica Hynes, and Joel Dommett.

Stand Up To Cancer is a joint British national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4 that brings the UK together to speed up progress in life-saving cancer research



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