Marc Lottering reflects on making musicals

Marc Lottering

Marc Lottering’s brand-new stand-up comedy show, So I Wrote That Musical, runs until Saturday January 6 at the Baxter theatre.

He reflects on the process of moving between the worlds of stand-up comedy and musical theatre, following the success of his Aunty Merle musical trilogy. He also weaves in his views on the madness of current life in South Africa. The show is not suitable for children.

So I Wrote That Musical and Loukmaan and Emo Adams’ in Two of a Kind are the two shows taking place at the Baxter on New Year’s Eve. Both shows will start later on the night and ticket prices include the New Year’s Eve bash when the stars will count down 2023 with a spectacular balloon drop, a complimentary glass of bubbly or juice and a DJ on the decks, playing some favourite dance tunes.

Two of a Kind features a live band, dancers, special guests and the award-winning actors and vocalists, Rushney Ferguson and Edith Plaatjies, who join the Take Note band. It is a celebration of the enduring bond between the two famous brothers, as they entertain audiences with their signature style of blending music, comedy and dance.

Book through Webtickets or at Pick n Pay stores.