Comedian’s ‘Dingetjies en Goetertjies’ coming

2017-09-13 06:00
PHOTO: suppliedJonathan of Radio Raps, for the first time will be heading to the Golden Horse Casino this September.

PHOTO: suppliedJonathan of Radio Raps, for the first time will be heading to the Golden Horse Casino this September.

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YOUTUBE sensation, Jonathan of Radio Raps, will be heading to the Golden Horse Casino for the first time with his new one-man stand-up comedy show, Dingetjies en Goetertjies.

The show is on Friday, September 22, at the Golden­ Horse Conference Centre.

In this show, Jonathan from the East Rand (where it’s apparently common practice to use words like “lekker boys”, “da vat hy”, “Okeey” en “olraait­”) explores how to deal with the everyday things of life.

After taking South Africa by storm, it’s now time for Pietermaritzburg residents to experience the hysterical show.

In Dingetjies en Goetertjies, Jonathan relates to life and how to make sense of it all, especially those small yet incredibly irritating things we all have to deal with.

“Jonathan - also known as Radio Raps - has established himself as a household name across South Africa, with his jokes trending not only in the digital space, but also at braais across the country. He is a much-loved, successful and popular local comedian. This is evident by the fact that his shows sell out at The Ridge,” says Maureen Kivits, Golden Horse Casino general manager.

“We are delighted to have him perform for the first time at our property and promises to leave the audience with belly-aching laughter.”

Tickets are R150 per person online via Goldenhorse.co.za or Computicket outlets. Golden Horse Rewards members are eligible for up to 20% discount on show tickets. The show starts at 8pm.

For more information, visit goldenhorse.co.za

- Supplied

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