Nataniël entertains crowds with “Mannequin”

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Nataniël is one of South Africa’s most multifaceted, eclectic artists. This SA entertainment pioneer will be entertaining crowds with his new show, Mannequin, at Emperor’s Palace until 25 September.

Mixing elements of comedy, anecdotes, fantasy and intrigue, Mannequin will delight fans of Nataniël’s previous work, and is bound to attract new fans as well. Nataniël shares the stage with fellow musicians Charl du Plessis (keyboards), Juan Oosthuizen (guitars), Werner Spies (bass), Hugo Radyn (drums) and favourite singers Nicolaas Swart and Dihan Slabbert. The show also features original songs, as well as Nataniël’s striking cover versions of well-known hits. Aside from its breathtaking musical numbers, Mannequin features eye-catching costumes and lighting.

The show will be performed from Wednesdays to Saturdays at 20:00, and Sunday afternoons at 15:00. Tickets start from R160 per person can be booked through the Emperors Palace Box Office on 011 928 1297/1213, or by visiting the Emperor’s Palace website or Computicket. No under 15s will be allowed at the shows.