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Find out why Nik Rabinowitz thinks he’ll live to be 200
Laugh 'til it hurts at the veteran comedian's new show
Nik Rabinowitz says that as he gets older, his show are becoming more personal. Well the comedian, actor and author, will be cracking up audiences with his personal stories at his new one-man show, Work In Progress.
Catch him at the Cape Town Comedy Club dinner theatre in the V&A Waterfront on Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 July 2019.
A REASON TO GET OUT THE HOUSE
According to Nik, this show was the only thing that would get him out of the house two nights in a row, and it gets under his skin, literally.
He talks about his DNA and recounts a number of side-splitting incidents including one about an Irish nurse, hair transplants, ill-conceived mountain rescues, and the pitfalls of genetic testing.
Have a chuckle as Nik tries to figure out who he is, where he came from, where he’s going (Romania, probably), and how he ended up here with a wife, three kids, two animals, and the vague feeling that this life might actually belong to someone else.
WATCH AND LOL
LAUGHTER BURNS KILOJOULES. EAT UP.
Don't miss Happy Hour at the Cape Town Comedy Club, from 6–7pm. Dinner is served from 6pm and the last meal orders are taken at 7:30pm. The 70-minute show starts at 8:30pm and there is no interval. Try Jou Ma Se Gatsby: a half-sized baguette filled with lamb, fries, lettuce, tomato and homemade minty sauce, for R130. Or burgers, pizza or salad. Check out the full menu.
ATTENDING NIK RABINOWITZ – WORK IN PROGRESS
Tickets cost R150 per person or R135 per person in a block of ten and can be booked online. For more information, contact the organisers directly on +27(0)21 418 8880, +27(0)79 495 3989 or email@example.com.
The closest parking is at the Portswood Parking Area opposite the aquarium/Watershed at the V&A Waterfront.
Leave the kids at home: No under 18s are allowed.
5 THINGS YOU MUST KNOW ABOUT NIK RABINOWITZ
- He is obsessed with genealogy
- Mostly wears T-shirts with funny pictures on them
- Eavesdropping is one of his favourite pastimes
- Will be the first man to live to the age of 200
- Identifies as bush Jew
Laughter goes around to help fund a mobile health bus to serve rural areas with Penny for a Laugh.
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