Nik Rabinowitz
  • West End

Nik Rabinowitz is coming to the UK! After the successful recent run of his one-man show in Cape Town, and turning 40, Nik decided that the best location for his midlife crisis would be London. Please don't tell him that 40 is the new 30, it'll only confuse him further.

In this show, Nik explores a variety of subjects, some related to his bout with middle age, some not. Either way, he's not going to commit to anything specific now because then you'll come with very specific expectations of the show, leaving him no room to change his mind at the last minute, which is he wont to do.

Honestly though, does it really matter what it's about? It's a comedy show. There will be stories, there will be awkwardness, there will be accents. And - it will all be funny which is all you really have to know.

Please remember that the rand is now at 16 to the pound so if you see Nik after the show, buy him a beer would you?

Since you’re here…

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