‘Waa was Djy?’ will have audience in stitches

 Waa was Djy? The Legacy features PEFM radio personalities Ou Laalie and Boeta B with their grandson Brookliyano.            Photo: SUPPLIED
Waa was Djy? The Legacy features PEFM radio personalities Ou Laalie and Boeta B with their grandson Brookliyano. Photo: SUPPLIED

BOETA B and Ou Laalie, together with the Bethesda Praise and Worship team, will have the audience in stitches in the fourth production of Waa was Djy? titled The Legacy which is set to be staged in Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage this weekend.

Waa was Djy? was brought to life by the popular PEFM radio personalities Boeta B and Ou Laalie back in 2012.

This show takes a comical look at the everyday lives of a Northern Areas family who have been displaced from South End and have made new lives for themselves in Schauderville.

It is a wonderful blend of Gospel music and comedy that will have the entire family jiving to the music.

For the first time ever, Waa was Djy? will be making its way to Uitenhage and do a Port Elizabeth show on the same weekend.

The Uitenhage show will be held at the Roselane Congregational Church on November 27 at 7:30pm., while the Port Elizabeth show will be held on November 28 at 7:30pm in the SM Arends Hall in Schauderville.

Tickets are available for adults at R50 per person and for children under 12 at R25 each.

For tickets contact 041 451 3818 during office hours.

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