Win a CD and tickets to Nataniël show

South Africa's favourite Kaalkop will perform in PE at the Opera House

Weekend Post readers can win tickets and CDs signed by stage wizard Nataniël when he visits Port Elizabeth to perform at the Opera House next weekend.
The Afrikaans entertainer will perform at 7pm on Friday and Saturday, October 26 and 27, and is likely to keep his audiences spellbound with his simplistic stage craft, astounding vocal abilities and one-of-a-kind humour.
He is giving two readers each a double ticket and a Nataniel CD.
The hard-working solo artist sees sold-out performances in theatres nationwide and he is the only South African artist with 19 CDs and 19 books as well as more than 80 stage productions.
Nataniël returns to the Opera House for a celebration of his 31th year on stage where he hopes to delight audiences with new stories in Afrikaans and English from his favourite stage productions of the past year.
Well-known jazz, pop and rock covers will feature alongside new melodies that he has written himself.
The Charl du Plessis Trio, celebrating their 10th year together, will also perform on stage, featuring Steinway artist Charl du Plessis on piano, Werner Spies on bass and Peter Auret on drums.
Nataniël will wear a new collection of costumes designed by Floris Louw, leading to a night of cabaret, musical theatre and stand-up comedy all meeting in a stylish creation such as only South Africa's “Kaalkop” can offer.
Nataniël manages his own production company, Nataniël House Of Music, is the creator of the Kaalkop Lifestyle range of products and also heads his own charitable foundation, The Nataniël Progress Project.
To stand a chance to win one of the two double tickets and CDs send the word NATANIEL and your name (first and second name) to the number: 41893. SMSes should be kept to a maximum of 320 characters at a charge of R1.50 per 160 characters. Free minutes do not apply and errors are billed. The cut-off for entries is noon on Monday October 22 and the winners will be notified shortly thereafter. Tickets are R195 and R295, on sale at Computicket.

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