Stand-up comic Nik Rabinowitz grew up on a farm in Africa, climbing trees and commentating on his own rugby games in three of South Africa’s eleven official languages. He was raised on the mean, green streets of Constantia, Cape Town, a world of ride-bys, piano lessons, and unrelenting love and financial support from family members.
International appearances include Australia, Canada, Holland, the United Kingdom, the USA, and Zimbabwe. He’s been a guest on BBC2’s Mock the Week, performed at London’s Royal Albert Hall, and intentionally driven on the wrong side of the road in Nigeria. His major claim to fame remains the fact that he was born in a stable, and is one of only two Jewish boys in the last two thousand years to have done so.
Date: Saturday, 2 March 2019
Time: Gates open 17:00. Show starts at 18:30.
Place: Spier Farm Kitchen
Cost: R200 per person
Add a seasonal picnic basket and a bottle of Spier Signature wine for R594 (serves two generously, and excludes show tickets).