Kinders van die ses is back with a brand-new show called Jou Ding Moet Pyn, brought to you by Omar “Boeta Maan” Adams from Mitchells Plain.
Boeta Omar, who regularly hosts shows innie Plain, says he loves entertaining mense with his shows which are humorous, yet tackle serious social issues in communities.
“It’s more of a family affair,” he tells the Daily Voice.
“This show speaks about the daily obstacles we face in our households.
“It portrays the unity of families and touches on betrayal between parents and their children.
“You know mos what kids do behind their parents’ backslikewise parents also do things behind their children’s backs.
“This show sheds light on the current situations, but turns it into humorous events.”
The show takes place at Westridge Civic Centre tonight at 8pm.
And there is a lekker special on tickets – three people can enter on one ticket.
Tickets cost R100 each. For more info, call Omar Adams on 072 292 7357.
The Whisky Live Festival has a reputation for being the largest, liveliest and most exciting whisky tasting lifestyle show of its kind in Africa.
And the premier sip and swirl spirits event is back in the Cape this week to showcase some of the world’s finest single malts and blends, happening until Saturday, at The Lookout in Granger Bay.
You can look forward to over 150 exhibitors showcasing their wares, including Bunnahabhain, Ardbeg, Glenmorangie, Bruichladdich, Aberfeldy and more.
Described as “exciting, fun, sexy and youthful”, this show is perfect for novices as well as connoisseurs.
Tickets are available on the Whisky Live website and via TicketPros.co.za, ranging from R200 to R1 540 for VIP tickets.
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