He’s cheekily referred to himself as the Celine Dion of Theatre of Marcellus at Emperors Palace. Much like Dion gained mega fame during the years of her residency show in Las Vegas, Nataniël’s annual show at the Ekuruleni-based casino and entertainment complex has become an important part of Gauteng’s annual social calendar.
This year Nataniël will entertain fans as he celebrates three decades on stage in his latest show spectacular 30 years, 90 minutes between August 24 and September 24.
With more than 6 000 live performances, 79 stage productions, 17 music albums and 17 published books Nataniël is a stalwart on the South African entertainment industry.
30 years, 90 minutes will include highlights of some of Nataniël’s favourite moments and on-stage performances spanning over the past 30 years, along with a variety of new songs and stories performed in both English and Afrikaans.
“Nataniël’s is a highlight on our annual entertainment calendar and we are thrilled to host his latest stage production. We would also like to congratulate him on celebrating 30 years in the entertainment industry, and look forward to working with him for many more years to come,” says Andi Shaughnessy, Emperors Palace Entertainment Manager.
Nataniël will be joined on stage by fellow performers, Charl du Plessis (piano), Juan Oosthusizen (guitar), Werner Spies (bass), Hugo Radyn (drums), Dihan Slabbert (vocals), and Nicolaas Swart (vocals).
The show will start at 8pm from Thursdays to Saturdays, and at 3pm on Sundays. Regret no children under the age of 15 will be permitted. Fans can also purchase a limited-edition luxury souvenir programme at the show.