‘Race, culture and polony’

2018-06-26 06:01
Wayne McKay

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Local funny man Wayne McKay will host a two-night show entitled: Fresh off the boat.

On Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June, you can experience the comedy legend live at the Mesopotamia restaurant Greenmarket Square, Cape Town.

McKay, the runner up to the 2003 Sprite Comedy Festival Sandton and one of South Africa’s most loved comedians and MC’s, has put together the show for Capetonians.

In doing so McKay allows the audience to experience everything they thought they knew about race, culture and polony.

McKay who performed on the MSC Sinfonia earlier this year had the passengers in stitches with his latest offering.

McKay has a long history in the entertainment industry as a stand-up comedian, actor, radio, television voice-over artist and popular master of ceremonies. He is best known for his ‘Wheelies’ video clip on YouTube that has been circulating the globe. He freelances around the country, one of his best-known shows being one-man show ‘Roots’.

He says he looks forward to dazzling the Cape Town audience.

“It is a very intimate show that deals with lots of issues in our country. I talk about my first journey on a cruise liner, the Patty de Lille saga and of course the water crisis. It is always a thrill to entertain Cape Town audiences on stage. I love this city’s vibe and culture,” says McKay.

McKay will have two local comedians opening the show on each night.

Reagan Allen and Lunga Tshuka will open on Friday 29 June and Keegan Cerff and Khanyiso Kenqa will open the show on Saturday 30 June.

V Tickets for the much-anticipated show can be purchased at a price of R120 per person. For tickets call 082 724 7968.

Local funny man Wayne McKay will host a two-night show entitled: Fresh off the boat.

On Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June, you can experience the comedy legend live at the Mesopotamia restaurant Greenmarket Square, Cape Town.

McKay, the runner up to the 2003 Sprite Comedy Festival Sandton and one of South Africa’s most loved comedians and MC’s, has put together the show for Capetonians.

In doing so McKay allows the audience to experience everything they thought they knew about race, culture and polony.

McKay who performed on the MSC Sinfonia earlier this year had the passengers in stitches with his latest offering.

McKay has a long history in the entertainment industry as a stand-up comedian, actor, radio, television voice-over artist and popular master of ceremonies. He is best known for his ‘Wheelies’ video clip on YouTube that has been circulating the globe. He freelances around the country, one of his best-known shows being one-man show ‘Roots’.

He says he looks forward to dazzling the Cape Town audience.

“It is a very intimate show that deals with lots of issues in our country. I talk about my first journey on a cruise liner, the Patty de Lille saga and of course the water crisis.

“It is always a thrill to entertain Cape Town audiences on stage. I love this city’s vibe and culture,” says McKay.

McKay will have two local comedians opening the show on each night.

Reagan Allen and Lunga Tshuka will open on Friday 29 June and Keegan Cerff and Khanyiso Kenqa will open the show on Saturday 30 June.

V Tickets for the much-anticipated show can be purchased at a price of R120 per person. For tickets call 082 724 7968.

Local funny man Wayne McKay will host a two-night show entitled: Fresh off the boat.

On Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June, you can experience the comedy legend live at the Mesopotamia restaurant Greenmarket Square, Cape Town.

McKay, the runner up to the 2003 Sprite Comedy Festival Sandton and one of South Africa’s most loved comedians and MC’s, has put together the show for Capetonians.

In doing so McKay allows the audience to experience everything they thought they knew about race, culture and polony­.

McKay who performed on the MSC Sinfonia earlier this year had the passengers in stitches with his latest offering.

McKay has a long history in the entertainment industry as a stand-up comedian, actor, radio, television voice-over artist and popular master of ceremonies. He is best known for his ‘Wheelies’ video clip on YouTube that has been circulating the globe. He freelances around the country, one of his best-known shows being one-man show ‘Roots’.

He says he looks forward to dazzling the Cape Town audience.

“It is a very intimate show that deals with lots of issues in our country. I talk about my first journey on a cruise liner, the Patty de Lille saga and of course the water crisis. It is always a thrill to entertain Cape Town audiences on stage. I love this city’s vibe and culture,” says McKay.

McKay will have two local comedians opening the show on each night.

Reagan Allen and Lunga Tshuka will open on Friday 29 June and Keegan Cerff and Khanyiso Kenqa will open the show on Saturday 30 June.

V Tickets for the much-anticipated show can be purchased at a price of R120 per person. For tickets call 082 724 7968.

Local funny man Wayne McKay will host a two-night show entitled: Fresh off the boat.

On Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June, you can experience the comedy legend live at the Mesopotamia restaurant Greenmarket Square, Cape Town.

McKay, the runner up to the 2003 Sprite Comedy Festival Sandton and one of South Africa’s most loved comedians and MC’s, has put together the show for Capetonians.

In doing so McKay allows the audience to experience everything they thought they knew about race, culture and polony­.

McKay who performed on the MSC Sinfonia earlier this year had the passengers in stitches with his latest offering.

McKay has a long history in the entertainment industry as a stand-up comedian, actor, radio, television voice-over artist and popular master of ceremonies. He is best known for his ‘Wheelies’ video clip on YouTube that has been circulating the globe. He freelances around the country, one of his best-known shows being one-man show ‘Roots’.

He says he looks forward to dazzling the Cape Town audience.

“It is a very intimate show that deals with lots of issues in our country. I talk about my first journey on a cruise liner, the Patty de Lille saga and of course the water crisis. It is always a thrill to entertain Cape Town audiences on stage. I love this city’s vibe and culture,” says McKay.

McKay will have two local comedians opening the show on each night.

Reagan Allen and Lunga Tshuka will open on Friday 29 June and Keegan Cerff and Khanyiso Kenqa will open the show on Saturday 30 June.

V Tickets for the much-anticipated show can be purchased at a price of R120 per person. For tickets call 082 724 7968.

Local funny man Wayne McKay will host a two-night show entitled: Fresh off the boat.

On Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June, you can experience the comedy legend live at the Mesopotamia restaurant Greenmarket Square, Cape Town.

McKay, the runner up to the 2003 Sprite Comedy Festival Sandton and one of South Africa’s most loved comedians and MC’s, has put together the show for Capetonians.

In doing so McKay allows the audience to experience everything they thought they knew about race, culture and polony­.

McKay who performed on the MSC Sinfonia earlier this year had the passengers in stitches with his latest offering.

McKay has a long history in the entertainment industry as a stand-up comedian, actor, radio, television voice-over artist and popular master of ceremonies. He is best known for his ‘Wheelies’ video clip on YouTube that has been circulating the globe. He freelances around the country, one of his best-known shows being one-man show ‘Roots’.

He says he looks forward to dazzling the Cape Town audience.

“It is a very intimate show that deals with lots of issues in our country. I talk about my first journey on a cruise liner, the Patty de Lille saga and of course the water crisis. It is always a thrill to entertain Cape Town audiences on stage. I love this city’s vibe and culture,” says McKay.

McKay will have two local comedians opening the show on each night.

Reagan Allen and Lunga Tshuka will open on Friday 29 June and Keegan Cerff and Khanyiso Kenqa will open the show on Saturday 30 June.

V Tickets for the much-anticipated show can be purchased at a price of R120 per person. For tickets call 082 724 7968.

Local funny man Wayne McKay will host a two-night show entitled: Fresh off the boat.

On Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June, you can experience the comedy legend live at the Mesopotamia restaurant Greenmarket Square, Cape Town.

McKay, the runner up to the 2003 Sprite Comedy Festival Sandton and one of South Africa’s most loved comedians and MC’s, has put together the show for Capetonians.

In doing so McKay allows the audience to experience everything they thought they knew about race, culture and polony­.

McKay who performed on the MSC Sinfonia earlier this year had the passengers in stitches with his latest offering.

McKay has a long history in the entertainment industry as a stand-up comedian, actor, radio, television voice-over artist and popular master of ceremonies. He is best known for his ‘Wheelies’ video clip on YouTube that has been circulating the globe. He freelances around the country, one of his best-known shows being one-man show ‘Roots’.

He says he looks forward to dazzling the Cape Town audience.

“It is a very intimate show that deals with lots of issues in our country. I talk about my first journey on a cruise liner, the Patty de Lille saga and of course the water crisis. It is always a thrill to entertain Cape Town audiences on stage. I love this city’s vibe and culture,” says McKay.

McKay will have two local comedians opening the show on each night.

Reagan Allen and Lunga Tshuka will open on Friday 29 June and Keegan Cerff and Khanyiso Kenqa will open the show on Saturday 30 June.

V Tickets for the much-anticipated show can be purchased at a price of R120 per person. For tickets call 082 724 7968.

Local funny man Wayne McKay will host a two-night show entitled: Fresh off the boat.

On Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June, you can experience the comedy legend live at the Mesopotamia restaurant Greenmarket Square, Cape Town.

McKay, the runner up to the 2003 Sprite Comedy Festival Sandton and one of South Africa’s most loved comedians and MC’s, has put together the show for Capetonians.

In doing so McKay allows the audience to experience everything they thought they knew about race, culture and polony.

McKay who performed on the MSC Sinfonia earlier this year had the passengers in stitches with his latest offering.

McKay has a long history in the entertainment industry as a stand-up comedian, actor, radio, television voice-over artist and popular master of ceremonies. He is best known for his ‘Wheelies’ video clip on YouTube that has been circulating the globe. He freelances around the country, one of his best-known shows being one-man show ‘Roots’.

He says he looks forward to dazzling the Cape Town audience.

“It is a very intimate show that deals with lots of issues in our country. I talk about my first journey on a cruise liner, the Patty de Lille saga and of course the water crisis. It is always a thrill to entertain Cape Town audiences on stage. I love this city’s vibe and culture,” says McKay.

McKay will have two local comedians opening the show on each night.

Reagan Allen and Lunga Tshuka will open on Friday 29 June and Keegan Cerff and Khanyiso Kenqa will open the show on Saturday 30 June.

V Tickets for the much-anticipated show can be purchased at a price of R120 per person. For tickets call 082 724 7968.

Local funny man Wayne McKay will host a two-night show entitled: Fresh off the boat.

On Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June, you can experience the comedy legend live at the Mesopotamia restaurant Greenmarket Square, Cape Town.

McKay, the runner up to the 2003 Sprite Comedy Festival Sandton and one of South Africa’s most loved comedians and MC’s, has put together the show for Capetonians.

In doing so McKay allows the audience to experience everything they thought they knew about race, culture and polony­.

McKay who performed on the MSC Sinfonia earlier this year had the passengers in stitches with his latest offering.

McKay has a long history in the entertainment industry as a stand-up comedian, actor, radio, television voice-over artist and popular master of ceremonies. He is best known for his ‘Wheelies’ video clip on YouTube that has been circulating the globe. He freelances around the country, one of his best-known shows being one-man show ‘Roots’.

He says he looks forward to dazzling the Cape Town audience.

“It is a very intimate show that deals with lots of issues in our country. I talk about my first journey on a cruise liner, the Patty de Lille saga and of course the water crisis. It is always a thrill to entertain Cape Town audiences on stage. I love this city’s vibe and culture,” says McKay.

McKay will have two local comedians opening the show on each night.

Reagan Allen and Lunga Tshuka will open on Friday 29 June and Keegan Cerff and Khanyiso Kenqa will open the show on Saturday 30 June.

V Tickets for the much-anticipated show can be purchased at a price of R120 per person. For tickets call 082 724 7968.

Local funny man Wayne McKay will host a two-night show entitled: Fresh off the boat.

On Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June, you can experience the comedy legend live at the Mesopotamia restaurant Greenmarket Square, Cape Town.

McKay, the runner up to the 2003 Sprite Comedy Festival Sandton and one of South Africa’s most loved comedians and MC’s, has put together the show for Capetonians.

In doing so McKay allows the audience to experience everything they thought they knew about race, culture and polony­.

McKay who performed on the MSC Sinfonia earlier this year had the passengers in stitches with his latest offering.

McKay has a long history in the entertainment industry as a stand-up comedian, actor, radio, television voice-over artist and popular master of ceremonies. He is best known for his ‘Wheelies’ video clip on YouTube that has been circulating the globe. He freelances around the country, one of his best-known shows being one-man show ‘Roots’.

He says he looks forward to dazzling the Cape Town audience.

“It is a very intimate show that deals with lots of issues in our country. I talk about my first journey on a cruise liner, the Patty de Lille saga and of course the water crisis. It is always a thrill to entertain Cape Town audiences on stage. I love this city’s vibe and culture,” says McKay.

McKay will have two local comedians opening the show on each night.

Reagan Allen and Lunga Tshuka will open on Friday 29 June and Keegan Cerff and Khanyiso Kenqa will open the show on Saturday 30 June.

V Tickets for the much-anticipated show can be purchased at a price of R120 per person. For tickets call 082 724 7968.

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