After a successful run starring in David Kramer’s musical comedy ‘Some like It Vrot’, Marc Lottering fans should be happy to know that the popular comedian will once again take to the stage on his own in his new stand-up show ‘I Don’t Work on Sundays’. It will show until April 21 at 8.15pm at the Baxter Golden arrow Studio, with extra performances at 6pm on Saturdays.
The show features brand new material from Lottering in which he expresses his unique views on topics that tickle his fancy, ranging from Beyonce’s baby, to his fascination with reality TV in South Africa. Lottering will of course also explain exactly why it is that he refuses to work on Sundays.
Lottering is a native Capetonian and is regarded as one of South Africa’s top comedians. He has been in the funny business for 13 years and continues to keep audiences in stitches across the country.
When he is not performing locally, Lottering also entertains home-sick South Africans abroad and to date he has performed to positive reviews in London, Sydney, Perth, Toronto, Melbourne, Auckland and in Dubai.
The comedian is a multiple Fleur du Cap Theatre Award winner and a Naledi Nominee. His self-scripted one-man shows often feature his unique and popular characters, with the likes of Auntie Merle and Smiley the “taxi gaartjie” having become household names over the years.
* Tickets range in price from R80 to R100. Book at Computicket. Visit www.marclottering.com to see the artist’s detailed show schedule.
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