Location: Pavilion Room, Simbithi Country Club
Simbithi Comedy Night proudly presents…
“Hilarious! One certainly gets their money’s worth!”
Join us at Simbithi Country Club for delicious dinner and an unforgettable Comedy Show from 1 of SA’s funniest comedians – Jem Atkins!
He has performed sold-out shows across the country and received rave reviews!
And now you can catch him at Simbithi Country Club for 80 minutes of non-stop laughter!
His latest solo offering is nothing short of hilarious.
In ‘Not Famous!’, Atkins lets you peak behind the curtain in this laugh-a-minute exposé of the real life of a ‘famous’ Durban comedian!
From surviving divorce, to overcoming addiction and crippling performance anxiety, to the highs and lows of ‘making it big’ in SA, Atkins is wildly entertaining and brutally honest.
He’ll share some priceless tips on how to survive tough economic times, the beautiful madness of fatherhood and the hilarious hazards of online dating, all while poking fun at everyday SA life…
It’s real. It’s heartwarming. And it’s hilarious!
Tickets: R350 (includes delicious dinner)
Info/Bookings: Chantal Geddes email@example.com OR 032-946 5409
BOOK your place today!
Limited seats available.
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His performances are loaded with high-energy, intelligent observations, and dotted with hilarious antics and impressions.
His sharp-witted humor makes for unforgettable audience interactions as he artfully skirts the line between funny and edgy.
He has been nominated 3 times for a Savanna Comics’ Choice Award (‘Best Friend of Comedy’ – 2016, 2017, 2018) and has performed all over SA, with the biggest names in the industry.
He is a regular host at Cape Town Comedy Club, and has opened for Barry Hilton on several occasions.
Atkins is currently touring his 3rd Solo Comedy Show (“Not Famous”) around the country, and is planning his debut Australia tour for 2020.
He is also an accomplished actor, having starred in dozens of stage productions from the age of 13, and more recently in adverts for YouTubeBack To Calendar