Following its sold-out run earlier this year, Nik Rabinowitz returns to the Baxter Concert Hall with his hilarious new show DRY WHITE. It will be performed from 18 December to 12 January at 20:30.
Having recovered from his early-onset midlife crisis just in time for Cape Town to almost become the world’s first city to run out of water, stand-up comic Nik Rabinowitz decided to explore the recent water crisis for his new show DRY WHITE mostly because everyone thought the drought was going to last forever, which, in case you missed it #SpoilerAlert, it didn’t.
Now that mother nature has rained on his parade, Nik will be forced to discuss other stuff too, like love, marriage, infidelity, transphobia, staying woke post forty, and when the Land should be given back. Just kidding, what white person wants to discuss the land?!
DRY WHITE IS 100% VEGAN AND GREEN FRIENDLY. MADE UP OF 10% RECYLCED MATERIAL, AND 15% UPCYCLED JOKES. BRING YOUR OWN GLASS WATER BOTTLE & CANVAS BAG. NO PUNCHLINES TESTED ON ANIMALS. LOLS GUARANTEED.
Age restriction: 14
DRY WHITE will be performed from 18 December to 12 January Tuesday to Saturdays at the Baxter Concert Hall at 20.30 (no performance on 25 December and 1 January). There will be a performance on New Year’s Eve 31 December which starts at 10pm.
Tickets cost from R150 except the performance on New Year’s’ Eve when tickets cost R255.
Bookings can be made at Webtickets www.webtickets.co.za or at selected Pick n Pay stores.
Don’t miss the Early Bird Specials – book in October and pay R110 for selected seats or book in November and pay R130 on selected seats.
There is a 20% discount for scholars, students and pensioners and 10% for block bookings of ten or more.
For discounted school or group block bookings, fundraisers or charities contact Sharon Ward on 021 680 3962 or email email@example.com or Carmen Kearns on 021 680 3993 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.