Event Type: On Stage, Comedy
In Dry White, Nik Rabinowitz decided to explore the water crisis for his new show. Mostly because everyone thought the drought in Cape Town was going to last forever. Spoiler alert: it didn`t. Now Nik will be forced to discuss other stuff too, which is a good thing because he feels like Jo`burgers didn`t care thaaat much about the drought anyway. Some additional topics include: love, marriage, infidelity, transphobia, staying woke post forty, and whether the land should be given back. Just kidding, what white person wants to discuss that?!
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15 minutes before the show
Refreshments And Meals
Kiosk and Cash Bar
Drugs, Weapons, Alcohol, Own Alcohol, Cameras and Recording Equipment
Secure and Paid on site
Nelson Mandela Square (formerly Sandton Square) adjoins Sandton City, just off Rivonia Road. Entrances to the Square and the parking garage are in West Street and 5th Street, Sandown.
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