Arnotte Payne will perform his debut one man show 49 Shades of Black at 8pm on November 4 and 5 at the Durban Jewish Club, 44 K E Masinga Road, Durban.
This one man show is about a Durban man who grew up with a slightly confused identity – a coloured man with black parents, who was raised by his Indian granny in Stanger. Confused?
Now you know why Arnotte Payne is so hilarious – he has a little bit of everyone in him.
His show explores inter-racial relationships, mixed families, politics and one-liner comedy.
Payne is also a musical comedy genius. Come see him twist famous tunes into hilarious parodies.
Tickets are R100 at quicket.co.za or call or WhatsApp 083 291 5702 to book. Alternatively get your tickets at the door.
Payne has performed with the likes of Carvin H Goldstone, Eugene Khoza, Nick Rabinowitz, Laughing Stock, Trevor Noah, and Afzal Khan in venues such as Suncoast Casino, Sibaya, The Durban Playhouse, 99% Zulu comedy and Durban Losing it. He was also voted best KwaZulu-Natal comedian in 2008.
He also featured in the hit buddie cop film Curry & Vice which screened at cinemas countrywide.