‘Work In Progress’ on show at the Comedy Club

2019-07-09 06:00
Nik Rabinowitz

Nik Rabinowitz

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The one-man show of Nik Rabinowitz called Work In Progress will be on at the Cape Town Comedy Club on Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 July.The title may be misleading though, as the show is well written, fully memorised and hilarious.

When it comes to side-splitting stories about hair transplants, ill-conceived mountain rescues, and the pitfalls of genetic testing, Rabinowitz has it all figured out, written down, and ready for delivery to all the eager audiences who attend.

Except, Rabinowitz is still trying 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 he has might belong to someone else at this stage.

The shows will begin at 20:30 with the restaurant and bar opening for orders between 18:00 and 19:30.

The show will run for 70 minutes with no interval or service during this time.

No under 18s allowed.

V Tickets are available at a cost of R150 and can be purchased via Computicket.

The one-man show of Nik Rabinowitz called Work In Progress will be on at the Cape Town Comedy Club on Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 July.The title may be misleading though, as the show is well written, fully memorised and hilarious. When it comes to side-splitting stories about hair transplants, ill-conceived mountain rescues, and the pitfalls of genetic testing, Rabinowitz has it all figured out, written down, and ready for delivery to all the eager audiences who attend.

The shows will begin at 20:30 with the restaurant and bar opening for orders between 18:00 and 19:30.

The show will run for 70 minutes with no interval or service during this time.

No under 18s allowed.

V Tickets are available at a cost of R150 and can be purchased via Computicket.

The one-man show of Nik Rabinowitz called Work In Progress will be on at the Cape Town Comedy Club on Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 July.The title may be misleading though, as the show is well written, fully memorised and hilarious. When it comes to side-splitting stories about hair transplants, ill-conceived mountain rescues, and the pitfalls of genetic testing, Rabinowitz has it all figured out, written down, and ready for delivery to all the eager audiences who attend.

The shows will begin at 20:30 with the restaurant and bar opening for orders between 18:00 and 19:30.

The show will run for 70 minutes with no interval or service during this time.

No under 18s allowed.

V Tickets are available at a cost of R150 and can be purchased via Computicket.

The one-man show of Nik Rabinowitz called Work In Progress will be on at the Cape Town Comedy Club on Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 July.The title may be misleading though, as the show is well written, fully memorised and hilarious.

When it comes to side-splitting stories about hair transplants, ill-conceived mountain rescues, and the pitfalls of genetic testing, Rabinowitz has it all figured out, written down, and ready for delivery to all the eager audiences who attend.

Except, Rabinowitz is still trying 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 he has might belong to someone else at this stage.

The shows will begin at 20:30, nightly with the restaurant and bar opening for orders between 18:00 and 19:30. No orders will be taken after this time.

The show will run for 70 minutes with no interval or service during this time.

No under 18s allowed.

V Tickets are available at a cost of R150 and can be purchased via Computicket.

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